I have a friend with a new Android phone, and he still is only using a paper calendar! Now, I still do that, but most of my information is stored in Google Calendar. So, why would you want to deal with paper in 2011? I use Google Calendar because it is linked to a Gmail [...]
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I’m amazed at how much the Android experience improves with each new OS update. The recent demos we’ve seen of Ice Cream Sandwich (aka Android 4.0) prove that this next update will certainly not disappoint. Obviously, it’s high time that we could grab screen shots right off our Android without having to root the phone. [...]
Hi ladies! If you have a G2X from T-Mobile and it is stock, the you need the latest Android Gingerbread 2.3 update! Please go to the link below and download it today! It will improve your phone’s performance as well as battery life. You can check what version you have by going to Menu>Settings>About Phone>Android Version [...]
Women inherently interact differently with the world than men do. Android devices and apps are part of that world, but typically designed by men. If those men want their devices and apps to appeal to more than half the population, they just might need a woman’s perspective.
For all the girls currently rocking a T-Mobile myTouch 4G or myTouch Slide 3G. Did you know that we are currently upgrading customers at the corporate stores to Gingerbread and Froyo respectively. Just stop by your nearest T-Mobile store and ask the myTouch Champion (expert) to please upgrade you.
Parents all over are on the “back to school” craze and I can’t stress enough the importance of keeping your tasks organized. I personally don’t have a child school bound yet, but she is just old enough that I want to want to start the habit early. When reviewing an application, I like to take [...]