by Michael Fisher | August 8, 2012 11:10 AM
Like any kid who grew up with an abundance of time, books, and VHS movies, I like quoting things. From face-to-face interactions to phone calls to muttering to myself as I do dishes, about 1% to 2% of my daily vocal output is comprised of out-of-context quotes from a brain chock-full of memorable snippets. That ratio expands to about 10% on the internet; half of my time on Twitter is spent sharing senseless quotes, the symptom of a lifetime spent watching too much Star Trek and Growing Pains. Think I'm weird? You're right- but I'm not alone. Surely you've noticed the propensity of your ...
by Joe Levi | July 11, 2012 8:02 AM
In most of my videos you've seen some pretty nifty widgets: Beautiful Widgets. I've had them on my smartphones almost as long as I've had smartphones! Recently, however, a new player in the widget game has begun to surface: HD Widgets. Does the "HD" in the title really mean what you think it does? How does this widget pack compare to the others? How do you set them up? Hit play for answers to all these and more! HD Widgets for Android on AppBrain Download HD Widgets from the Play Store
by Joe Levi | May 31, 2012 8:25 PM
Notifications on Android are great and very convenient, but many of us spend much of our time in front of a traditional desktop or laptop computer with out phones nestled snugly in our pockets or pouches. Let's face it, not all notifications are important, but you don't know if that notification you just heard was spam or a vital text message until you pull out your smartphone and take a look. DeskNotifier is a set of apps that aim to resolve that by pushing notifications from your Android to your computer. You'll need the desktop app and the Android app to get started. Hit the play ...
by Joe Levi | May 18, 2012 11:38 AM
It hasn't been that long since we told you about the Samsung Galaxy S III. One of the cooler features of the phone, at least in my mind, is the multi-tasking, picture-in-picture, pop-off video player. This SGS3 feature will let you watch a video while you're reading a web page, or answering email, for example. It's really a cool idea. Unfortunately, we've got to wait for the SGS3 to be released to get it. Or do we? ☆ Stick it! (Pop-up Player) is a media player app, available for download from the Play Store that will cost you around two bucks. I mention in the video that I bought my copy ...
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