UPDATE: It seams HTC moved and renamed the settings after an update. More information can be found on XDA to disable the ads. The new HTC Lock Screen app updated with a new “Mealtime Recommendations” feature. What it does is provide you with restaurant recommendation near you that looks like an advertisement of sorts. It […]Read more »
Stock Android Mobile OS, AOSP or Vanilla as some may call it, is hands down one of the best mobile platforms out there, compared to iOS and Windows Mobile and what was the other ones? Oh yeah, Blackberry, Palm OS, WebOS, etc… Android has come a long way since version 1.0 days with the HTC […]Read more »
The Moto 360 Smartwatch is a sexy piece of hardware running the Android Wear code. The watch itself is unique as it is the first round face watch available compared to the common square and rectangle watches. I opted for the black watch with black leather band over the silver and grey one and will […]Read more »
I’ve been highly interested in the Android OS since leaks have been dropped on the internet. When it was finally announced and the HTC Dream (T-Mobile G1) was open for preorder, I jumped ship from my previous mobile provider just so I can pre-order the device on T-Mobile. The Dream was just the beginning for me. Now, I don’t have a collection as large as a lot of other people out there. I’m one of those that will scope out every device as they come out and wait for the right one, for me that is. Of course it would be subjective to your own tastes and likes. So here is my list of devices I’ve used or am still using that pertain to Google Android OS and Chrome OS with the latest on top.Read more »
Well it looks like Looxcie is pulling the plug on their consumer cameras and products and shifting their business towards enterprises video instead. Time to look for other option. GoPro?
The Looxcie HD is a lightweight video camera designed to be a hands free and capable of live streaming, recording up to 1080p and able to capture the last 30 seconds with the instant replay feature. Off the bat you will notice it has no built in screen. That is because it connects to your mobile device via Wifi to be utilized as your viewfinder as well as adjust your recording resolutions and control your live stream feed. You will have to download the app from Google Play or iTunes respectively.Read more »