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I like the name they chose.
2 months ago on Google Hits Another Home Run With This Nexus 10 Commercial
I would say no.... except that I have a TouchPad with Cm10 on it..... I'm sure an official Android device from HP won't have the same kind of developer community behind it though, and will probably be locked down pretty hard.If they could keep the open nature of the community that's built around the TouchPad somehow, that would make it very attractive however. The TouchPad has more "support" than any other non-android android device I can think of, and a longer update lifespan update-wise than most real Android devices.
3 months ago on HP May Be Working On An Android Tablet, Tegra 4 Inside
No, I would not pay $70 for a screen protector. Nor $20, nor $14.95 (around what the sheets of plastic go for at retail). Back when I still usedscreen protectors I'd order a pack of 3 or 5 from eBay or Amazon that worked just fine for a couple of bucks.Other accessories? I've been burned, so I'm very hesitant. I paid $40 for a car mount at T-Mobile which featured a suction cup. After 6 weeks in the Texas sun, the plastic on the suction cup literally crumbled and there was nothing left to hold the mount to the windshield. Too much? For something that falls apart, yeah.Headphones... My max is $20. I have a very nice pair of JVC sport headphones that don't fall out of my ears like normal earbuds do. Have spent more, and it just ends in tears when the cat chews the cable.Batteries? $100 for a Seido is just too much for a battery that you know doesn't cost $15 to make. Am I a cheapskate? Perhaps. Do I like being gouged on products that are often just a bit of plastic? Not in the least.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on Late Night Poll: How Much Are You Willing To Spend On Accessories?
They say this now. But they have a Nexus. Apple lawsuits should be arriving in 4,3,2,....
5 months, 4 weeks ago on LG Takes Out Ad In Wall Street Journal, Says "We Make Phones Not War
Umm.... Google Voice Search has been around for a lot longer than Siri. The only thing "new" is an update! Calling it a Siri Clone is basically an outright lie and shows your obvious bias.
6 months, 2 weeks ago on This Week in Big Data: Google’s New Siri Clone
Don't care. LG bent me over and had its way with me on the G2X, I won't touch another LG product again.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on [Rumor] Upcoming LG Phone May be a Real Powerhouse
This is ridiculous. If we didn't live in such a police state these days, I'd suggest what needs to happen to Apple lawyers and the judges involved. However, I'm a law abiding citizen and would not suggest such things. Especially in a police state like the USA.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on (Updated) Galaxy Nexus Ban Stays, Samsung Denied Request To Continue Selling Device
Your little pop over ad makes this Site almost impossible to load and scroll on the android browser.
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Google and Samsung to Work Together to Put a Stop to Apple's Tirade
Google Y U NO 10" Nexus Tab???? *sigh*...
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Jelly Bean Will be Android Version 4.1; 7" Nexus Tablet All But Confirmed
Did Cheerios pay for that placement?
1 year ago on Why Chrome OS is Ahead of its Time [Video]
Carriers. Why would they sell a model that could hold your entire music collection? Instead, sell a model where you are forced to use cloud music services. While the carrier may not provide that service, they do profit by the following upgrade in your data plan that's required from constant streaming. No space on your phone, so you start streaming, goodbye 2GB quota, hello 10GB quota! And hello overage fees if you're on one of the carriers that hates their customers!
So.... as long as carriers have insanely expensive overage charges and low caps/throttles, you can expect to never see large amount of storage on a mobile phone.
1 year ago on Why Has Flash Storage In Mobile Devices Plateaued?
video private .... can't be seen.
1 year ago on Samsung's First Television Spot For The Galaxy S III Might Creep You Out
It is beginning to look on multiple fronts like T-Mobile simply refuses to pay for any major updates to any manufacturer.
1 year ago on Samsung Details Ice Cream Sandwich Update For US Carriers, T-Mobile In The Dark?
No, I completely disagree.
The problem is, consumers have not been given a choice.
Thick phones have been treated as budget/cheapie gadgets from day one. That is, if you get a thick phone, it's likely to be made out of cheap plastic, have a subpar screen and lack a lot of features. They have reserved the higher build quality and better features for their thinnest phones. Thus, people buy the thin phones, not just because they are thin, but because they are the best phone in every other way.
Give consumers a phone with a huge battery, but still top notch build quality (not mid-range but THE BEST), top notch processor/memory (not mid-range but THE BEST), and top-notch display (you get the idea), and people WILL buy it.
So far, such a beast dos not exist outside of maybe the RAZR MAXX.
1 year, 1 month ago on HTC Says Customers Prefer Thin Phones Over Longer Battery Life, Do You Agree?