Found a locally available wireless charger that works with the Nexus 4 Android mobile phone that cost less than $25
I really love some of the things that’s new on iOS – like the control center’s access to toggles for diff. settings
The next revolution would be our watches. We will start wearing watches that will do a lot of other things besides telling us the time of day. Rumors having been all around the Internet about Apple’s secret work on creating a “smart watch” which they will probably call the iWatch. Now it seems that I won’t be seeing it this year.
I’ve finally gotten the new Google Hangouts app on my Nexus device. It’s good but I don’t think it’s compelling enough to use for the majority of Android users (not just yet and I hope Google moves fast to change that).
I’ve been trying this little experiment for the past several months using Android as my main mobile combo (the Nexus 4 as my phone and the Nexus 7 as my tablet). One of the things that I’ve found lacking on the platform is a great way to do messaging across all Android users.
After trying out Google’s new Hangouts app, I’m convince that it is not going to encourage other people to leave their current messaging platforms to use Hangouts. This post is my two cents worth analysis why this is so.
When I was young, I just love the idea of having a watch like the one Dick Tracy uses. I’m pretty excited that pretty soon we’ll have them.
I wonder who’s going to be the first to offer it. Will it be Apple?
Updated the XBMC for Android app on my Nexus 7. It is such a great media management/center app
Created a #UbuntuPhone concept design of how it needs to be for a geek like me when Canonical announced the Ubuntu Phone OS
Recent update of Apple’s iOS to version 6.1 comes the support of LTE in the Philippines via Globe and Smart
Finished playing the Arc Squadron game for iOS on my mobile phone. Good for a shooter game.