LogMeIn Ignition App Review

Well I’ve been waiting ages for an Android app that allows remote access to my computers at home while I’m away. While I continue to wait on TeamViewers’ promised app, I have found a very promising replacement. I introduce to you LogMeIn Ignition for Android. LogMeIn running on an HTC EVO 4G At first view ofContinue reading “LogMeIn Ignition App Review”

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MineCraft

  MineCraft is a free online game witch currently is in its alpha stages and soon moving upto beta. MineCraft lets you be in control in a first person experance and allows you to move around freely the only thing you have to do is to stay alive. Sure in the daytime nothing actully happensContinue reading “MineCraft”

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Android Market: “May I See Your License?”

Well maybe the Google Android mascot we’ve come to know and love doesn’t look like and maybe it didn’t say “May I See Your License”,but be aware, Android is now providing some “Law Enforcement” for those app developers that want to protect their apps from being unscrupulously distributed over the interwebs. Now here’s the low-down.

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The T-Mobile G1 Is No More

Image from Cellphones Etc  The title says it all. The beloved pioneering Android device that flew solo for nearly a year is being taken of the main line. This had already been foreseen due to the fact that many more advanced Android devices have been released into the market making the aging G1 look like a happy meal toy.Continue reading “The T-Mobile G1 Is No More”

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iPhone or iPhlop?

   Image is from CNET in this article   Should we call it the iPhone or the iPhlop? Some people would argue either way with the recent signal loss troubles with the iPhone 4. The problem is people hold their phones with what is called the “Death” grip. This covers the antenna and basically blocks any signal from beingContinue reading “iPhone or iPhlop?”

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DMCA Exception Calls Jailbreak “Legal”…Or Does It?

Image obtained from Gadget Review    I happened to be browsing through Wallzy when I spotted a rather oddly titled article. I followed the link to Engadget  to find the article saying that it was now “legal” for product owners, especially Apple and Android owners, to root or jailbreak their devices. In my mind I’m thinking “This is a phenomenal breakthrough for us.”Continue reading “DMCA Exception Calls Jailbreak “Legal”…Or Does It?”

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