Christine Torralba(339 posts)

Christine Torralba has been a freelance writer for the past couple of years. While most of her work has been ghostwritten, she has also contributed articles to magazines such as SPARK, Monday, Vault and Epic. In her spare time, she cooks, takes photos of food, and manages to write about it on her food blog.

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Motorola Droid 4 Gets a Release Date, Xyboard and Nexus Too

by: Christine TorralbaDecember 6, 2011

Thinking about it, it’s been a while since we’ve seen a full QWERTY keyboard on a high-end Android device. Even though there are still several keyboard equipped phones being released to the public, it is very rare that they achieve flagship characteristics. This is why Motorola has held the reigning title for flagship devices that contain a full keyboard ever since the release of the original Droid.

Yet again, the title has been revised with the release of the most recent Motorola Droid 4. In an effort to stay true to its tradition, it contains the same features that have made the brand famous. Despite the lack of information on the full specs of the new Droid, we can [...]

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Leaked Photo of Sony Ericsson Nozomi Believed to be Running On ICS

by: Christine TorralbaDecember 5, 2011

Whoever is, he’s sure become a celebrity overnight! Thanks to him, we were able to witness what may have been the Sony Ericsson Nozomi (LT26i) running the highly anticipated Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS)! Even though we really can’t tell for sure (considering its tiny cropped and watermarked photo), many believe that its official name may actually turn out to be the XPERIA Cloud. After all, Nozomi is most likely just the device’s internal name. This still hasn’t been confirmed yet though. Nevertheless from the looks of it, the ICS is looking pretty sleek on the 4’ display.

A closer look at the photo will let you realize a few things. The first is that [...]

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Exynos 5250 is Samsung’s First Super Fast SoC Processor

by: Christine TorralbaDecember 5, 2011

In recent news, Samsung has just announced the arrival of their 2GHz Exynos 5250 System-on-Chip (SoC). The company is the very first to feature the new dual-core Cortex-A15 processor of ARM, which has been believed to be about twice the speed of its predecessor, the 1.5GHz Cortex-A9.

What’s remarkable about the Exynos 5250 is that its manufacturing processes are based on 32nm length. As a result, it provides 3D graphics that have been greatly improved to perform over the number of Cortex-9 systems. At times, it is four times better than other processes; considering it has stereoscopic 3D display support.

The Exynos 5250 also supports a WQXGA resolution [...]

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AT&T Getting Ready for LG Nitro HD Release Date

by: Christine TorralbaDecember 4, 2011

If you’re planning to get a new AT&T smartphone for yourself this holiday season, you may want to check out the all new addition to their lineup: the LG Nitro HD. One of the key features this phone boasts of is a stunning high definition touchscreen display which lets you enjoy uber fast speeds of both LTE and 4G networks. As for its mainframe, the phone is packed with a 1.5GHz dual-core processor. With this capability and AT&T’s mega speed networks, it is no wonder why it has been dubbed as the superphone.

If you’re fond of multitasking on your phone, you will find this particular unit a lot of help to you since it lets its user do so. Not to mention, it [...]

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How to Capture and Stream Live Videos on Your Android Using VtweetIT

by: Christine TorralbaNovember 29, 2011

One of the best ways you can connect with your friends via the internet is to have it streamed at ultra-light speed. This is why people are getting hooked to Twitter. However, if you prefer to put a video along with your message, the best way to do it is to use VtweetIT by MAARS.

VtweetIT is the newest video streaming app you can use on your Android. Through this app, you have the ability to capture and broadcast live videos instantly. Your uploaded videos will then be posted on the website—where you can also view other video contributions posted by app users. Upon uploading a video, viewers get to see the location where the video was shared through Google Maps. This [...]

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How to Use Moodagent App to Automatically Categorize Your Music Library According to Your Mood

by: Christine TorralbaNovember 29, 2011

If there’s one thing missing from the Android, it would be iTunes Genius feature. For those who don’t know what this is, it is actually an intelligent feature found on iTunes which automatically creates a playlist based on the genre and mood of the songs found in the existing library. Think of it as a personalized DJ whose job is to create a playlist of songs that will complement one another. Thankfully, Android users can get the same feature on an app we recently discovered.

Just like its name, Moodagent is an app that sorts the music library into different moods. The good thing about this app is that it gets the job done on various platforms including iOS, Android, [...]

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Motorola XT928 is a Dual Core, 13MP Media Savvy Speed Demon

by: Christine TorralbaNovember 28, 2011

If you still haven’t come up with your Christmas wish list, you better start doing it now! One thing you might want to add to your list is the Motorola XT928—a new, classy yet “triple-dual” smartphone. The smartphone is the product of the partnership between Motorola Mobility, Inc. together with China Telecom.

Features of the Phone

Its main features include a 13-megapixel camera, huge 4.5-inch touch screen complete with 1280×720 HD resolution, 1080p HD video capture/playback and Dolby Digital Plus audio technology—all in a smartphone. With extras like dual-mode, dual-core, and dual-standby function, it surely is a complete package in [...]

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How to Wirelessly Sync Files Between PC and Android

by: Christine TorralbaNovember 27, 2011

If there’s an app that each Android user finds useful, it would certainly be SweetHome by SweeSoft. The reason why the app is so useful is because it enables an automatic sync between the Android device onto a computer over a Wi-Fi network. If you find this really helpful, you’re in for a better treat. This same developer has modified the concept into something much better. By introducing the alpha version of the Cloudless Magic Media Transfer, you get to have an extended feature. Apart from just transferring media files, syncing music files is now a breeze.

By choosing the Cloudless transfer, you eradicate the use of cables when [...]

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How to Enable Priority Inbox on Your Android (and Setting Important-Only Notifications)

by: Christine TorralbaNovember 25, 2011

Good news to all Android 2.2 users! Google has released an update of their Gmail application. This update supports the feature called Priority Inbox. At the same time, an option for important email alert notifications can be modified.

Before discussing how to enable this feature on your device, you need to know how good Priority Inbox is. Compared to other apps, this lets you rearrange and customize important emails on your device. Over time, the app gets wiser and automatically determines which of your recipients are most important. This is a setting you can manually adjust too.

To get an update of this application, you need to head [...]

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