by Joe Levi | March 1, 2013 2:30 PM
I love how Android integrates various ways to contact friends, family, and co-workers using a simple "contact card" metaphor. Today we have so many different ways to be contacted it's almost comical. Work phone, home phone, work cell, home cell, home email, work email, Twitter, Facebook, Google Chat, Skype, and more! Most Contacts apps that come built-in to the major mobile operating systems today include ways to handle all these methods through which we can connect with one another. Still, firing up your contacts app, searching for the person you want to connect with, then picking which ...
by Joe Levi | November 29, 2012 1:04 PM
Adobe's Flash Player isn't available to download through the Play Store anymore, but if you have a browser that's compatible and you can sideload an app, you can still get Flash content on your Android-powered smartphone or tablet. Before we go into the details on just how you can do that, let's dispel some myths and clear up some confusion. Myth: Android isn't compatible with Flash Yes it is. Flash runs just fine on Android. Myth: Android doesn't support Flash Yes and no. Adobe withdrew support for Android not too long ago -- and they never really supported iOS at all. It's not so much ...
by Joe Levi | July 12, 2012 9:04 AM
Technology is one of the most fun industries to be involved with. If you don't like something, wait five minutes and it will change! Okay, perhaps that's a bit of a stretch, but the point I'm trying to drive home is that in tech things change -- and they change very, very fast. That being the case, how can you possibly know when to buy any particular phone, tablet, or other piece of technology? Lies, Damned Lies, and Marketing The first thing you need to know is the kind of person that you are. Do you like long walks on the beach and romantic comedies? Wait, different website, sorry. ...
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