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9 months, 1 week ago on Enable The New Gmail Web Layout With Tabs
HTC didn't mention anything about nature... NATURE IS THE FUTURE OF DESIGN! >:O
10 months, 1 week ago on HTC Re-Uploads The Design Story Of The HTC One
Hmmmm... *scratches chin*
11 months ago on G-Project G-BOOM Bluetooth Speaker Review
Yeah, the display on the One X/One X+ is amazing. SLCD2 looks as if the picture is floating atop the phone, not actually behind glass (if that makes any sense). Kinda like a sticker of a homescreen placed on top of the phone :p
1 year ago on HTC One X+ First Impressions
1 year, 2 months ago on Welcome to Techgress
Joey... let me root YOU. O_o
1 year, 4 months ago on Sh*t Fanboys Say
Not to be a d*ck but... It looks downright silly. It just seems like it changes the flow of the "normal" Android launcher just for the sake of changing it. Does nothing to make the launcher more intuitive or easy to use. Even TSF Shell looks better than this.. O_oLove Tweetlanes though :p
1 year, 4 months ago on Looking For A New Launcher To Try? Take A Sneak Peek At Action Launcher
I was really hoping they'd announce something really different and was completely let down. It was the same old, same old from Motorola. Even if it was just them showing off a newly overhauled Blur interface, with maybe some of the new features Samsung has been busy incorporating into their devices with TouchWiz. ANYTHING for goodness sakes. Nothing from Google other than "we like Motorola." I fully expected Google to say, "And we have made a commitment to Motorola to support the Droid RAZR HD in AOSP."What. A. Letdown.
1 year, 6 months ago on [Editorial] Did Motorola's Announcement Really Mark A New Day For Them?
Okay, I read their response like 10 times and didn't see any indication of a slip up. That's just their canned response to any inquiry on anything regarding everything. Lol
1 year, 6 months ago on Samsung May Have Just Dropped The First Hint At A Galaxy Note-Like Device On Verizon
I used to love this game on my G1!!! Totally forgot about it... I'm gonnna check it out again :D
1 year, 7 months ago on Featured App Friday, This Week's App, Everlands HD
1 year, 7 months ago on Google Science Fair Winner Builds Artificial Brain to Asses Breast Cancer
@kanoneyez Check Craigslist in your area. That's always a good indicator :)
1 year, 8 months ago on Deal: AT&T Galaxy S III Preorders For $150, Sprint Variant For $180
@Mackster248 @BigRed75 That's cuz you're on Verizon. GSM version has great battery lifes. =p
1 year, 9 months ago on Sprint's HTC EVO 4G LTE Finally Passes Customs; Soon To Be In Consumer Hands
@Mackster248 The One S was nice. But only cuz it was new and different.
Still feel like the GNex is a better phone. Can't beat the HD screen, development and removable battery. Well, for me anyway =p
If I was on Sprint, I'd be jumping up and down right now... =p
Unfortunately, I'm on T-Mobile and the best we got is an unlocked Galaxy Nexus (crossing my fingers for a One X in the future) =/
Carriers play a bigger role in this than you know. Manufacturers like HTC and Samsung who release so many phones throughout the year have to "sell" these devices to carriers. Often times, they have to show them software that isn't on any of the old devices, new features and attempt to differentiate them older and sometimes the same models on other carriers. My (very unpopular opinion) is that I don't think OEM's should update devices past their current firmwares. Just keep up with maintenance updates like how Microsoft does with Windows to keep everything stable. Then they could focus more energy on releasing new devices with the newer firmware a lot quicker and there would be less issues with bugs.
1 year, 10 months ago on Is It Really Acceptable That Ice Cream Sandwich Is Only On 5% Of Android Devices?
@Serotheo But if you haven't tried AT&T (recently) then how do you know you wouldn't like their service? =p
1 year, 10 months ago on Got A Problem With AT&T? Wake Up, This Isn't 2008 Anymore
@Sparklngcyanide I've had terrible coverage and customer service from T-Mobile. I guess it depends on which rep you speak to. I jumped to Sprint for 2 years but that carrier went downhill fast. Now I'm back on T-Mobile with another 8 months before I can go to glorious AT&T and import phones from overseas. =p
This is so true! People talk so much crap about AT&T over the years (and still to this day) that I never once considered switching to them. After receiving my preactivated Galaxy Note review unit, I was able to try them out for myself and holy crap!
They're basically like a GSM version of Verizon with coverage EVERYWHERE and when you don't have LTE, you still have their blazing fast HSPA+ network. Pricing aside, I don't know how people can still bash AT&T in 2012. Those that do, probably don't know what they're missing (this is largely dependent on where you live).
Not a chance. That thing is ugly and design wise, looks just like a GS2. The Verge is saying it could be a GSIII inside one of Samsung's "test boxes" although I'm more inclined to believe it's actually a Galaxy M or other Galaxy S II variant..
1 year, 10 months ago on Could This Be The Actual Galaxy S III?