Member since: Nov 21st, 2006
Aug 11th 2010 6:42PM Could this have anything to do with that Google mobile announcement tomorrow?
Jun 16th 2010 10:52AM Just ran two speed tests on my G1...first to a server 200 miles away, then one over 1000 miles away...averaged nearly 3000kbps down and 400kbps up. Excellent!
Jun 14th 2010 9:40AM AndroidCommunity is reporting it'll be $129 and on sale June 20th.http://androidcommunity.com/att-htc-aria-official-due-june-20th-video-20100614/
Jun 1st 2010 6:14PM Does this include all the features of 2.1? I remember reading somewhere that it wouldn't have things like live wallpapers, the 3D gallery, etc. Seeing as how both of those work fine on my rooted G1, I'd be effectively downgrading by getting the Slide. :-/
May 17th 2010 7:31AM Why the 528 processor? Isn't that the same chip that's in the G1? WHy bother releasing a brand new phone with a 2+ year-old CPU?
May 14th 2010 7:20AM There WERE privacy issues with Buzz originally, but Google seriously bent over backwards to fix them as quickly as possible. They even posted an apology on their blog. Sure it made headlines, but compare their response to Facebook's. Another reason I trust Google way more than FB.
May 4th 2010 5:32PM Congrats on winning!
May 1st 2010 7:38PM @jtechinc Me too, and I was thinking the same thing. Though, the presence of the Evo here would be odd, since only Miami is on Sprint's 4G list, and it's not even up and running yet. No 4G even "coming soon" for Central Florida. :-(
Apr 30th 2010 8:49PM @mpv Amen. T-Mobile was the Android trend-setter and now Verizon is swooping in and getting all of the coolest phones. :-(
Mar 18th 2010 8:09AM For anyone using Chrome, I highly recommend the Explode extension. It invisibly translates short URLs and displays the full version in the lower left. It works so seamlessly that you barely even know it's there. I really like it.https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/hniojmjkfmakikcfighiifjflnecmnjn
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble