I turned on our (okay, my wife’s) BlackBerry PlayBook the other day and, much to my surprise, the 2.0 update was available! Alright, so I wasn’t really surprised. I had read all about it from the various blogs, but I definitely was more than pleased with this download. The update unified the device and showed that BlackBerry has a err… playbook for the PlayBook. For something that never gained the popularity of the iPad or Galaxy Tab, the PlayBook is still quite the competitor. An ideal screen size for most hands and a predominantly “landscape” orientation combine to make this a portable powerhouse great for entertainment. Plus it’s still supported, unlike the HP TouchPad. Continue reading →
Privacy is a huge concern for almost every iPhone user. We’ve seen controversies in the past dealing with users’ location data being recorded and even contact data being accessed without permission. So for most iPhone users it’s a no-brainer to set up a 4 digit passcode to keep thieves from gaining access to your phone.
But what if you’re in a trusted area like your home or office? Should you still be required to enter your passcode even though theft is unlikely? Of course, that’s up to you, but if you’re sick of entering your passcode in the confines of your home, a jailbreak tweak called CleverPin attempts to remedy that inconvenience. Continue reading →
Those of us with dual monitors know how much easier it is to work with more screen real estate. In fact, it’s hard to go back to using only one monitor once you start using two or more. So what about a dual monitor for your laptop? Surely you’re not going to carry around a separate monitor for your laptop, right? Lenovo aims to change that idea, but with more convenience than your standard LCD monitor. Continue reading →
Saving voicemails is important. For various reasons, from legal issues to saving a loved one’s voice, people sometimes need to save voicemails. And they should be able to, right? Well, almost every U.S. cell phone provider deletes voicemails after a certain period of time – from 14 to 30 days. They’re your voicemails, so why are you letting your carrier determine which to delete?
On top of that, iPhone users don’t even have an option to save or forward voicemails despite how “smart” it is. So I’ve created this guide on how to save your iPhone voicemails permanently. It’ll take you five simple steps to complete, and it doesn’t even require jailbreaking your device. Continue reading →
The latest version of Firefox is set to be released this Tuesday, March 13th. However, the final version of Firefox 11 has been uploaded to Mozilla’s FTP servers for immediate download. This new version of Firefox comes with changes like Add-on syncing between computers and importing data from Google’s Chrome browser along with a few smaller changes. If you can’t wait to grab the new version on Tuesday, we have the download links after the break! Continue reading →
If you’re looking for the true Google experience, obviously you can’t look past a Nexus device. While Google allows any manufacturer eligibility to produce each Nexus, the ultimate goal is pure Google and pure power. While I’ve never had anything against any prior Nexus device, Samsung has done the Galaxy Nexus oh so right. Obviously, the ability to uninstall or disable almost every application is a huge plus. The Galaxy Nexus offers this whereas the Razr Maxx comes with quite a bit of bloatware that you cannot uninstall (without the aid of root). Continue reading →
If you are like me, you are on Xbox Live pretty consistently, and while the standard headset offered by Microsoft does the job, it still doesn’t sound or work that well. You are still tied down, to the controller at least, by a wire. Initially, Microsoft and Xbox offered a wireless alternative, and I used mine faithfully for over 3 years. Now Microsoft offers a new alternative to their popular wireless headset. The design is new (and finally comes in black), and it now offers Bluetooth as a connectivity option letting you use it for more than just your Xbox 360. Continue reading →
When it came to protecting my Galaxy Nexus, I looked no further than Seidio. They protected my Bionic so well that I couldn’t pass them up. While the construction of this case was slightly different than my first from Seidio, the protection wasn’t compromised at all. This case has definitely saved my phone more than once. Continue reading →
Lots of changes are coming your way if you’re a Mac user. Apple announced their latest version of the Mac OS X operating system version 10.8 called Mountain Lion which is available for developers to download now while the rest of us will have to wait for its official summer release. Tons of new features are packed into Mountain Lion including Messages, Reminders, Twitter, and many more that will take Apple’s desktop OS one step closer to its mobile operating system iOS. Continue reading →