This is what we’ve been waiting for for YEARS. True Google devices, not necessarily labeled Nexus — but labeled as Google devices and to be sold as such. Devices with marketing behind them to show the power of a true … Continue reading Google Pixel Devices, what to expect
Could this be the start of game-changing, fully functional Windows 8 tablets? This product by Dell certainly turns heads. Let’s start with the price, this tablet starts out at $229 (Amazon; seen here) for the 32GB version — absolute steal. Next, take a look at the specs, although they are not amazing, remember this is a fully functional Windows 8.1 Pro machine — meaning you can get real work done. This tablet can run MS Office, Photoshop, video editing suites and more. Reviewers are simply raving about this device and to be honest the rave reviews are well-deserved. Dell has nailed … Continue reading Dell Venue 8 Pro, the Windows tablet we’ve been waiting for?
Google fans unite! Rather, pure-Android fans unite. Whether you love the Nexus brand or not — it is always great to see another monumental device along with the latest version of Andriod be released around this time of the year. As a Nexus 4 owner, I am excited for the new features of Android 4.4 (KitKat) as well as the new hardware found on the Nexus 5. Nexus devices show the market what Android is all about, that is without the skins, colorful overlays and played transitions. This is stock Android at it’s finest. Typically OEM skins can slow down … Continue reading Nexus 5
Android, probably the most powerful mobile operating system on the planet, is great for numerous reasons: Customizations to make the device yours Great multitasking Fully integrated with Google services Many different OEM custom skins to suit everyone However, there comes a time that users want to do a little more and have full control of their device. So, what is done — we root. Why do people root their Android devices? Here are just some of the reasons: Backing up apps and data Tethering Ad Blocking Removing carrier bloatware Wireless and network tricks 😉 Also, with a rooted device means that your … Continue reading Android Custom ROMs
One hour. One hour is how long it took for Google’s latest Nexus flagship have it’s stock reduced to zero (both 8GB and 16GB versions). That is pretty impressive. If you tried to purchase the device there was error after error to be encountered. Some users even experienced Chrome crashing due to the Play Store being so overloaded. Though frustrating, those that showed perseverance have their orders now confirmed and they should have this beast of a smartphone sitting at their doorsteps in a matter of days to a week. Bottom line: Congratulations to the lucky few. Great job Google … Continue reading LG Nexus 4; Sold Out
With Google’s latest Android announcement around the corner; Android fans, myself included, are on the edge of their seats. There are many predictions to be had regarding what Google will show us on Monday, October 29th. However, one thing is almost for certain: We will see a new Nexus device. What exactly does Nexus mean you ask? Pure unaltered Android without lousy carrier or manufacturer modifications. That means no extraneous bloatware can spoil yet another glorious Android device. In addition, it is rumored that there will be a slew of new Nexus devices from many manufacturers just waiting to grace your pockets … Continue reading Impending Android Announcement
Rooting your Android device is certainly a question that should enter the brain of any technology and Android enthusiast. Why? The answer to that question is simple – pure, raw, unadulterated control of your device. Sure, Android is pretty customizable stock from your OEM of choice: Samsung, Motorola, HTC, LG and more; however, if you want to overclock, underclock, block ads (ALL ads) and most importantly, run custom ROMs, then rooting is certainly for you. First off, rooting your device and unlocking your bootloader will VOID your warranty. However, as you dive more into the world of root you will … Continue reading Should I root my Android device?