Month: September 2011 (page 1 of 2)

Android vs. Apple – Why Apple is For Zombies

Android vs. Apple

If you’ve been following my blog for a while now, or have read past articles, then you know I’m not an Apple fan. I wanted to go in depth and explain why. I believe that you’ll find my points interesting, but I also praise Apple for their innovation. Without Apple developing the iPhone I don’t believe our phones would be the same today....

HTC Thunderbolt 1700mAh and 1800mAh Batteries

HTC Thunderbolt 1700mAh Battery

In regards to my post back in June, based on the extended batteries. I’m writing a follow up. I’ve been using the “cheap” aftermarket batteries that you can buy on eBay on two HTC Thunderbolts and I haven’t run into any issues. I’m not noticing an increase OR decrease in battery life vs. the OEM battery.I will...

Why I’m Passing Up the Droid Bionic

HTC Vigor 1

Sure the Droid Bionic is the latest and greatest phone on Verizon’s LTE network as of today. However, speculation is next month HTC will be releasing the HTC Vigor which is going to pack a 1.5Ghz dual-core processor. The Vigor will also include 1GB RAM and 16GB internal storage– same as the Droid Bionic. I went to Verizon Wireless...

Android has Changed my Music Listening Experience

Android and Pandora

I’m part of a “younger” generation who grew up with Napster and downloading MP3s. The iPod came out when I was in high school and downloading music became the future. I too changed with the times and started downloading more of my music and buying less physical CDs. Earlier this year Sony closed down a CD manufacturing plant in...

Droid Bionic Released. Price Slashed by $50

Driod Bionic

The Droid Bionic was released today and this is one phone that I’ve been patiently waiting for. I thought I would share that you can already get this phone for $50 cheaper than what Verizon is offering it for ($299). Amazon, through AmazonWireless.com, is offering the Droid Bionic for $249. Whether you’re a new custom or upgrading from...

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