Rooting the HTC Thunderbolt: In-Depth How To!

by on April 10, 2011 6:34 am

Yes, you read that right. We think we can change your HTC Thunderbolt’s experience. Although you will see the steps below look a bit challenging, we can assure you that is well worth the effort.  We are about to tell you how to root your HTC Thunderbolt which will do…

The Best Verizon Phone in 2011

by on April 8, 2011 2:53 pm

Verizon is arguably the United States’ leading mobile network.  So, if you are in the market for a Verizon Phone, you will surely need a catalog of the best phones available. In this post we will cover all of the various phones available which we consider to be worthy of…

Android vs iOS Security Features Compared

by on March 25, 2011 8:26 am

Friends! We looked at the Security Architecture of Android painstakingly in the previous post. Now, we will focus a bit on the security features of iOS and then do a bit of comparison with the security of Android. Some of the general security features of iOS includes the following: Geo…

the Security Architecture of Android

by on March 25, 2011 8:15 am

We all love Android. One of the major reasons we love it is the diversity of applications it provides us – the users. Undoubtedly, Android is a very versatile and customizable OS because of its many applications. But, have you ever wondered how your personal info is protected by this…


How are you doing QWERTY Android lovers? We are back with the concluding post in our QWERTY Android series to cover some more recently launched Android phones. Let’s get started with the MetroPCS’ first 4G smartphone – Samsung Galaxy Indulge. Well, they are offering one of the world’s first commercially…


Welcome back folks. Let’s continue looking at the best QWERTY Androids in 2011 as mentioned in the last post. HTC EVO Shift 4G Let’s get started with HTC Evo Shift 4G. This smartphone lacks a front-facing camera and HDMI port. It also has an extremely small included microSD card (2GB…


We happen to believe that QWERTY smartphones are craved for by mobile enthusiasts. An Admob report in 2010 showed that 54% of Android traffic was driven by devices that feature a full QWERTY keyboards. It’s hard to deny that a huge amount of people still want a powerful smartphone with…