July 30, 2012 in Commentary
Business trips can be hectic. From the mad dash to the airport, to long lines at check-in and tedious security procedures, the experience can be downright exhausting. There are many ways to make your trip easier, from planning ahead to getting the right smartphone apps to simplify business travel.
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June 15, 2012 in Write The Smartphone Champ
Hello, I am still confused about which phone I should buy, the HTC One X or the Samsung Galaxy S3. I want a phone thats durable, and if any problems occur with it, (like software or hardware issues) the repairing can be done at a cheap rate.
Rohit, based on durability videos I have seen, I will say the HTC One X seems to be quite durable and well built. That said, Samsung tends to Read the rest of this entry →
June 9, 2012 in Write The Smartphone Champ
Can the Samsung Galaxy S3 be used on Metro PCS?
Jennifer, as of right now, the answer to that would be no. However, that answer will most likely change very soon. The reason Read the rest of this entry →
April 27, 2012 in Write The Smartphone Champ
Drop dead, Orwellian invaders of everyone’s privacy(smartphones)! Drop dead!
Roy, that’s quite a sentiment there. Yes, it is true that much of our private information is stored in smartphones. However, you do have direct control over what you do or do not put into the phone. In a world where it seems like every time you turn around, there’s an app that’s secretly stealing your information Read the rest of this entry →
March 6, 2012 in News, Video
The Android Market you’ve grown to know and love is on its way out the door. In its place will be Google Play. Google Play signifies Google’s shift further into the cloud. Of course your apps and games will Read the rest of this entry →
February 22, 2012 in News
Comcast has announced Xfinity Streampix, their Netflix competitor. Streampix is a video streaming service much in the same Read the rest of this entry →