Saturday, March 19, 2011

Nexus S review

The Google Nexus S, like the
original Nexus One, isn't intended to awe the tech community with late-breaking
technology and huge leaps in, well, anything. Instead, it's intended to
represent the best possible experience for the Android
at this given
moment in time. It's not weighed down by the often heavy interfaces that HTC,
Motorola, and Samsung like to use on their Android devices, and so what you're
left with is a light
installation of Android backed by some pretty compelling hardware. 
                If the Nexus S is anything like the Nexus One, we have a winner on our hands. Not only was the Nexus One a fast device with terrific battery life and a crisp
screen, but it won the support of the development community, paving the way for
a plethora of custom ROMs and tweaks available for the device, even one year
after its release. And, with promised updates by Google on a regular basis, the
Nexus series of devices won't become obsolete, even when successive devices are
released. Read on for our full review of the Nexus S!

Droid Pro

The Droid Pro by Motorola lets you work
hard and play hard. With the optimized QWERTY keyboard and large touch screen
display above it, you'll be able to input info one-handed and get work done even
faster. The Droid Pro is also extra secure with a high level of device and IT
controllable security, you won't have to worry about your information getting
into the wrong hands. This phone lets you do business whether you are in the
office or out of the country. It is customized the way you like and so you can
access calender, email, news and social networking cites quickly and easily. The
Droid Pro also lets you take calls in more than 200 countries. The screen is a
large 3.1 inch multi-touch display and the QWERTY keyboard measures 54x27mm for
optional one or two handed use to get the job done even faster. This speedy
phone has a 1 GHz processor and many tech specs including 3g CDMA and UMTS,
Android platform with Android 2.2 (Froyo), multiple networks, a five megapixel
camera with digital zoom, dual LED flash, automatic focus and custom tagging. It
also has an Android Media player for music and is video capable. It also has
multimedia messaging, text messaging, instant messaging, and voice mail. These
are just some of the many tech specs that this phone has. This is an overall
great phone.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

How to get a lot of followers on twitter?

There are many different ways to get a lot of followers. One method is too search a topic that you tweet about and search people. Click the person and see who they are following. Go through their followers and follow 200 a day. About 1/4 of those people will follow you. Don't unfollow them once they follow you. There are also paid versions like tweet adder where all you do is basically click a button. Follow me  @bridaman

Droid Incredible

The Droid Incredible was released running Android 2.1 (Eclair) software, modified with HTC Sense, an overlay user interface for Android OS. Following the announcement of Android 2.2 (Froyo), HTC did not comment on whether the Incredible would receive 2.2 or when, although they did state all equipped devices would be updated by Christmas of 2010, and an update to the following version of Android, codenamed Gingerbread, would depend on its release by Google. The updates would come in the form of an over the air (OTA) update.

Droid Incredible has improvements over standard 2.1 devices including an FM tuner; a Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr-integrated social aggregation application called Friend Stream (as well as a Twitter client named Peep); a geotagging application for photos called Footprints; and a redesigned appearance and functionality for stock 2.1 applications. The smartphone features an 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash,optical mouse and a camcorder with resolution of up to 800x480 (WVGA), which may be compressed in either MP4 or H.263 format.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Motorola Xoom

Unfortunately for the Xoom it's been out for a pretty long time without much commercial success even with a commercial in the Superbowl and the 2.2 android operating system. Was the commercial really that bad? No, the failure of the Motorola tablet's root cause was the newer IPad 2 . It's sleeker and it's backed by the Apple brand name so how could it compete. Motorola should have come into the tablet industry a lot sooner. A little too late for the folks over at Motorola.

HTC Thunderbolt

Even though people completely trashed the Thunderbolt if you look to the picture on the left, you will see that these folks are completely wrong. They said the wireless on the Iphone 4 was absolutely phenomenal so I will take their opinion with a grain of salt. With a 2.2 Android operating system and HTC Sense, this phone is Verizon's most powerful phone yet. It will also introduce 4G to Verizon. It's screen is larger than the Droid X so it might need to stay out of your pocket, but it is definitely worth it. You can download movies, games, and even e-books in seconds. You can also create a 3G and 4G mobile hot spot that android is famous for. With all things considered this will be a phone to watch!

Sunday, March 6, 2011

ipad 2

               Although both the old and new iPads run on 1Ghz processor, the iPad 2 is equipped with a new dual-core processor, A5, iOS 4.3 You are also able to take pictures with the 2 cameras. With those cameras that allows you to face-time with your friends, family, and etc.  The rear camera can record High Definition videos with 720p at 30fps. The front camera may be used for non-HD purposes. The new iPad is 33% thinner then the original iPad. The Prices range from $499 to $829 depending how many GB you want. The iPad 2 will be available in the United States on March 11. Another cool feature is the smart case. The smart case when you close it puts the iPad to sleep. When you open the case it wakes the iPad. It uses magnets and only covers the front screen.