Tag: battery life

This Infographic Shows Tablets Are Really Just An Accessory [infographic]

This Infographic Shows Tablets Are Really Just An Accessory [infographic]

| September 7, 2011 | Reply

Well, what do we have here? It’s been about two weeks since I have posted an infographic. Mostly because I was on vacation. But here we have one just waiting for me to show all of you. This time, it shows some mobile data usage. What you gather from is it iOS are the hogs […]

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Archos has two new tablets – with outrageous specs

Archos has two new tablets – with outrageous specs

| June 23, 2011 | Reply

Archos has made some tablets int he past and they are back with an 8 inch and 10 inch honeycomb tablet. The press release notes some details like these: Dual core 1.5 ghz 8 inch or 10.1 inch screen 250Gb hard drive Optional 3g wifi dongle WHAT?! Dual core 1.5 ghz and a 250gig hard […]

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HP Introduces Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse

HP Introduces Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse

| May 12, 2011 | Reply

Available in June, HP is introducing the newest incarnation of a mobile mouse. Great, you think? There goes another USB on my computer! Uh ah ah, not so fast. This mouse connects via Wi-Fi, no Bluetooth, no USB, no cable, just Wi-Fi. Need more features to convince you? How about a nine month battery life, […]

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Windows phone 7 Mango – Getting even better!  [Update]

Windows phone 7 Mango – Getting even better! [Update]

| May 9, 2011 | Reply

  If I told you that when buying a windows 7 phone you would get better battery life, a more optimized app drawer with search, a more organized market and all around faster performance in website rendering and screen transition?  You would likely call me a fanboy and laugh. Later this year, this will be […]

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Droid CHARGE does more of a stumble out of the gate

Droid CHARGE does more of a stumble out of the gate

| April 28, 2011 | 2 Replies

It appears the droid charge has been delayed. Engadget is reporting it saw an internal document explaining “Unexpected delays” and did not mention a new release date. Maybe some testing they were doing last minute for the charge took out the 4g network? I guess the phone also has mediocre battery life and it’s quadrant […]

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New Asus Stealth Fighter

New Asus Stealth Fighter

| January 18, 2011 | Reply

Not even David could take down this Goliath. This is a mega gaming laptop will be launched by Sandy Bridge with Intel’s second generation core processor – Core i7.  With the new turbo charged processor in place look for greater processing speed as you take your gaming skills to the next level.  The designers of […]

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Official Android Market coming to Nook color!

Official Android Market coming to Nook color!

| December 14, 2010 | Reply

Earlier this week we brought you the news that you could get the Android Market on your Nook color with a little hacking. Now it looks like Barnes and Noble will be bringing Android 2.2 and the official Android Market to the tablet in January! A source at SmartPhoneMag has spoken with a representative from […]

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Droid X ROM Review, rubiX ROMs! Updated 02/02/2011 NEW rubiX ROM 2.0 Released!

Droid X ROM Review, rubiX ROMs! Updated 02/02/2011 NEW rubiX ROM 2.0 Released!

| October 13, 2010 | 14 Replies

If you are a Droid X owner like me, chances are you are waiting and holding your breath for efuse/bootloader to get cracked so we can get some great and true custom ROM’s going (CM6! ).  Until then you are pretty much stuck with either stock Froyo or one if the many leaks or using […]

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BlackBerry Storm 9570 up close and personal!

BlackBerry Storm 9570 up close and personal!

| September 22, 2010 | 2 Replies

Yesterday we saw an early pic of the BlackBerry Storm 9570 which seems to be the Storm2 “refresh” with more memory and OS 6.  Well today BB Leaks has given us a slew of new pics of the device clearly running OS 6 and looking exactly like the previous 9520/9550 models.  I like a lot […]

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Droid Incredible custom kernels. The What, Where, and Why.

Droid Incredible custom kernels. The What, Where, and Why.

| July 2, 2010 | 1 Reply

If you are like me and have a freshly Rooted Droid Incredible, you have probably seen or heard about Custom Kernels, more specifically XDA Member ejhart’s “Hydra Kernels”. I have had a chance to run all of his kernels now, and they are really a matter of preference, but here are my thoughts on them […]

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