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Boomsound makes the One a palm-sized stereo system so I don't need my bluetooth and external speakers.
7 months ago on (Update: Contest Over!) Win A HTC One From DroidDog.com And AT&T, In 20 Words Or Less
Verizon is so awful about orphaning its products (can you say "Thunderbolt" or "Rezound?") I cannot possibly believe that they show the market such contempt by trumpeting 6-8 month old hardware such as the DNA and marketing it as if it were a One. Meanwhile, HTC's executive suite thinks that ignoring 37% of the wireless market is a good way to go. For those of us committed to Verizon (because it's the best network in our area), these are not happy times.
7 months, 1 week ago on HTC Says They'll Make A Big Deal About Next Verizon Announcement
Absolutely; can't always "stream," for instance, when on an airplane. That's why I have a 64g microsd card on my phone. If I had my druthers, *all* my music would be local, not just some of it.
9 months, 3 weeks ago on The Age Of Streaming Is Upon Us, Do You Still Store Music On Your Phone?
Swiftkey. Nothing else I've used comes close. The principal problem with Swype is that it brings all the stress of Temple Run to the keyboard (quick, where do I turn nextttttttttt?) Plus my finger's "bounce" on the screen from time to time. I have tried every keyboard (heck, I even tried out Palm's Graffiti for old time's sake) and the predictive qualities of Swiftkey make life easy (if not occasionally spooky. Like, if it really knew what I wanted to say so well, why didn't it just go ahead and type the whole message and send it for me?)
1 year, 1 month ago on [Editorial] What On-Screen Keyboard Do You Use To Meet Your Typing Needs?