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Brandon Sobotta

Brandon has been into Android since the G1, and has played with devices such as the Hero, Moment, Evo, Epic, Incredible 2, and his current favorite the Droid 3. His passions with Android lay with rooting and ROM's, while at the same time learning all the new tricks he can do with his Droid 3.

Brandon's Posts

AT&T Buyers Guide: February 2012

This is our new monthly column that will feature the best from AT&T for each month. We are doing one for each carrier in the US. We are going to bring you current ...
by Brandon SobottaFebruary 18, 201210

Chaikin Power Tools Stock App Review

The Chaikin Power Tools stock app provides investment research tools previously available only to Wall Street firms. Developed by stock market ...
by Brandon SobottaFebruary 11, 2012

Sony Xperia Ion vs. Motorola Droid 4

Intro Now that the dust has settled from CES, we can dig in and look at some of the new Android tech. Sony and Motorola had many big announcements at CES, with the Motorola Droid 4 ...
by Brandon SobottaJanuary 14, 2012

Droid 4 vs. Droid Razr Maxx

Two of Motorola’s big announcements at CES 2012 were the Droid 4 (D4) and the Droid Razr Maxx (DRM).  These two phones are similar in many aspects, but they are separated by ...
by Brandon SobottaJanuary 12, 201214

CES 2012 and the Future of Google TV

Google TV (GTV)  was officially launched in October of 2010 with initial support from Sony and Logitech. Sony integrated GTV into many of their ...
by Brandon SobottaJanuary 7, 2012

The Fate of the Nook Color, Post Fire [ICS]

Before the release of the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet (NT), we had the Nook Color, it was the go to tablet for developers who were on a budget.   Why had it received such ...
by Brandon SobottaDecember 31, 20113

Call2Schedule App Review – This App Will Help Keep You Organized!

Call2Schedule is a simple event scheduler that captures your callers incoming phone number and places it directly into the subject line of your calendars scheduler with the ...
by Brandon SobottaDecember 31, 20112

How to Install Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 on your Motorola Xoom WiFi

This is the second part of a guide of getting ICS on your Xoom, there first section here gives direction on how to unlock and root your Xoom. So yesterday I posted a video of ...
by Brandon SobottaDecember 23, 20116

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on Droid 3, with some Benchmarks and Screenshots

So the other night I got an alpha version of ICS installed on my Droid 3, and I have to say I am impressed. Hashcode has been hard at work since the release of the source ...
by Brandon SobottaDecember 22, 20112

Editorial – Ice Cream Sandwich, Bloatware, AOSP, and Everything in Between

 A lot of terms today are thrown around in the Android community that to some, may be a little confusing. I have decided to write a post that may help clear up some of the confusion ...
by Brandon SobottaDecember 21, 20117
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