Category: Android

LG’s G Flex Curved Screen Phone Review – The Shape of Things to Come?

Good:  Good performance, light UI layer over Android, stellar battery life, curved screen is great for watching videos/playing games. Not Good: Grainy display, slightly cheap feel, HUGE. The Bottom Line: A G2 with a big, curved screen. A great phone, but pricey at $300 w/ contract or $800 off-contract for a grainy display.    




When Will Android Get Proper, Integrated Visual Voicemail?

After using the iPhone’s intuitive and excellent visual voicemail for the first time, there was no going back to regular voicemail. Except, I did go back when I switched to Android, where the default was (and still is) primitive, regular voicemail. I didn’t know it was such a luxury and that carriers charged $1-3/month for




Hands on with LG’s curved G Flex Smartphone at CES 2014

LG’s new G Flex is one of the first smartphones to rock a curved screen, beating the ever-so-eager Samsung to the punch. It should be interesting to compare it with Samsung’s Galaxy Round, which will also have a curved screen, but with horizontal curvature (rather than vertical on the G Flex). This could be the




Five iPhone Things You’ll Miss If You Switch Over To Android

iOS6′s tired, old staleness was one of the main reasons I switched over to Android. Now, a green iPhone 5c test device running iOS7 is making me seriously consider going back to iPhone. When I returned to my trusty Nexus 4, there were five major aspects that I missed dearly from using iOS7 on an




Nexus 7 (2013) – Can It Dethrone My iPad Mini?

On a recent trip, I found myself packing two small tablets; the Nexus 7 and the iPad Mini. I thought this was ridiculous. Packing two small tablets totally negates the point of portability. And I would switch between one or the other, which made things confusing. Apart from all that, it’s just excessive to have




Top 5 Most Useful Mobile Device Accessories

5. Tile These little tags work with an app to ensure you don’t lose your oft-misplaced items like keys, wallets, tablets, etc. Tags attach themselves to pretty much anything and the app helps you find lost items with a proximity meter. It also features a way to locate your device with sound, which I think




Scam Alert: AT&T’s “Next” and Verizon’s “Edge” Still Not Addressing Transparency Issue

Good news for phone lovers who want to upgrade every year instead of every two years! AT&T and Verizon have essentially come out with leasing programs called “Next” and “Edge,” respectively. On AT&T’s “Next,” for example, you can have a Galaxy S4 for $27/month installments with no down payment, which comes to $324 for the




AT&T Quitely Updates GoPhone No-Contract Plans

AT&T has recently updated its prepaid GoPhone plans to look more like T-Mobile’s no-contract plans. Before the update, GoPhone was designed mainly for short-term customers, such as visitors to the U.S. Plans used to be more expensive for less and the GoPhone network was limited to 3G. Now, GoPhone includes AT&T’s 4G LTE network and




Aio Wireless – AT&T’s No-Contract Service Coming Soon Near You

Aio Wireless is AT&T’s answer to T-Mobile’s popular Simple Choice plans in the form of a new brand and service. It works off AT&T’s nationwide network (4G/LTE included) but you can only purchase plans from stores and online if you live in Jacksonville, Orlando, Gainesville, Tampa, Naples or Ft. Myers in Florida, or Houston, Texas. Aio




iOS 7 Wish Lists VS Reality

Out with the old and in with the new, iOS 7 has finally come to freshen things up. Or has it? I downloaded the iOS 7 beta version for free using instructions and links from my friends over at TheUnlockr.com and you can, too. However, keep in mind that this is Apple’s beta, and it




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