Member since: Jun 23rd, 2009
Apr 11th 2010 8:51PM Now that the Evo is coming out I think it may change everything. I've always made compromises when buying a new phone. I'll get something I like but not the one I love, just to save money. Then I quickly tire of having an already out-dated device. Technology is almost impossible to keep up with. No matter what you get today it will be an inferior device in only a matter of months (sometimes not even that). But I've been thinking, if I'm going to spend the money on a device that I will be stuck with for the next two years, I might as well buy the one I absolutely love. I might as well buy the best one I can right now.Of course I'm still just waiting and crossing my fingers for the unveiling of the cost of the device. The ONLY deciding factor in this, for me, would be the cost of the device and if the cost of the service would be any different than the plans Sprint currently offers.http://www.Evo4Gforum.net is dedicated to HTC Evo 4G, check it out folks.c
Jan 23rd 2010 10:42PM Hey every body. I just got my eris about a week ago and Im loving It! I've already figured out. multiple ways to integrate it into my music production. I've even recorded a sound from a touch screen synth instrument and used it in a song. Lol. Check out some of my music if you'd like... MySpace.com/eddiemarshall PhoneMyPC is the greatest app of all time. Check out http://www.Droid-Eris.com and a video I made of me using my eris to completely control my recording software on my computer.
Jan 23rd 2010 10:14PM Hey every body. I just got my eris about a week ago and Im loving It! I've already figured out. multiple ways to integrate it into my music production. I've even recorded a sound from a touch screen synth instrument and used it in a song. Lol. Check out some of my music if you'd like... http://www.MySpace.com/eddiemarshall PhoneMyPC is the greatest app of all time. Check out http://www.Droid-Eris.com and a video I made of me using my eris to completely control my recording software on my computer.
Jan 2nd 2010 7:53AM First of all, very nice review.I just purchased the LG eXpo online so I should have it in the upcoming week. Currently I have the LG Incite, It's a great device, but it's time to move on to something more powerful. I currently have my Dark Wolf 28014 rom loaded on http://www.LG-eXpo.com I'm hoping to cook up some really good roms for this phone. I prefer the 6.5.1 interface with the start menu on the bottom of the screen and would love to port it to this phone.
Dec 4th 2009 6:02AM Just picked up my Motorola Cliq about a week ago. I was trying to decide between MT3G or the CLIQ and I went with the motorolla product. I had an iPhone and shadow previously and figured it is time to abandon HTC even though I have never had their touch screen before. I like the CLIQ for 5MP, voicemail player (no need to dial voicemail to listen to messages), qwerty keyboard (spacious, solid, comfortable after week of use), great interface and believe it or not its weight (i like my phone to be slightly heavier because I like to feel it in my hand). Compared to the MT3G the things I mentioned are not common characteristics for them both. I also like it better than myTouch because it is expandable to 32GBs of storage vs 16GB max for the myTouch which is a huge deal for me because I store a lot of files and music on my devices Smiley. I also like the fact that when you slide it out, the top part in the back has a sexy Moto logo and is lined with some sort of brushed metal I guess.... or w/e that is, but all I know it is metal and adds quality to the phone. The only things I am not happy about is its screen. It is 3.1 and is slightly smaller compared to the MT3G. The newest Motorolla (DROID) for Verizon does come with a bigger screen and the new 2.0 OS.But because of all the other specs and parameters it makes CLIQ stand out more in my opinion, opinion based on device capabilities. As far as the OS of course I would like 2.0 or even 1.6 instead of 1.5 better. But I am certain the update will come sooner or later and willing to wait for it. This phone came out 3-4 weeks ago for god's sake and people need to chillax with some negative comments and other forums online. It will be worth waiting for the update, and some hacks/mods even better, so developers take your time please but deliver quality to me. Find me at http://www.Motorola-Cliq.com I share everything there.
Jul 23rd 2009 6:37PM I’ve heard that u can’t add any apps in addition to the ones pre-installed, but are we able to download other programs from different websites and install it? I found http://www.Motorola-Evoke.com but don't see any free third party apps there.
Jul 6th 2009 6:24PM I found this at pdadb.net/. It shows the Sprint and T-mobile TP2 as coming soon and listed as a release at July, 2009. http://www.alltouchpro2.com/index.php?topic=171.0
Jul 4th 2009 8:23PM Hi all, I got a chance to see a demo LG Tritan and it’s a really cool phone. I heard from a U.S. Cellular rep. that it should be in the store sometime this week. I have the Samsung Delve and I can’t wait to return it so I can get the LG Tritan. I was told it has Yahoo Messaging and IM Messaging. someone create a site for the LG Tritan, http://www.LG-Tritan.com check it out when you have time.
Jul 1st 2009 12:59PM I am currently using a Samsung SCH-i760 which I like alot and I am due for an upgrade July 24th. Trying to decide if I should join the Blackberry world or wait for the Omnia II to come out(no release date yet). My husband and I do run an internet business and use outlook for emails, but have never owned a Blackberry. I text alot and also send alot of pics to family currently. My Samsung takes horrible pics! So do we jump on the tour when it comes out or wait for the Omnia to compare? share your view with me over http://www.blackberry-tour.com/index.php?topic=135.msg424#msg424
Jun 27th 2009 12:45PM I'm not going to compare it to the iPhone because they are very different animals, all I have to say is that Android's community support is phenomenal, it's the reason I got the G1 and so far I'm stoked with the way things are going.The phone/OS hasn't been out for a year and look where we are at already; almost every user/community request has been answered or is being worked on; either officially or by the community itself, the point is that it's a huge open source success.happy to see a phone like the HTC Hero coming to the U.S. Market, already found forum for it at http://www.HTC-Hero.com let's get some discussions going guys.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble