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Darryl Doak

Darryl is our in house device reviewer. His love of Android has lead him on the personal quest to find the phone and tablet that suit him best. This all started with the T-Mobile G1, moving onto the Motorola CLIQ XT(stock Motoblur 1.5 & Cyanogenmod 7.0), myTouch 3G, Samsung Vibrant, Samsung Transform, Samsung Intercept, Archos 101 Gen 8 Internet Tablet, Google Nexus S 4G, and now he's the very happy owner of a myTouch 4g, Evo 4G and a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The next stops he's planning on making are to the Evo 3D, and Motorola Photon 4G. But the hunt never really stops. You can also follow him at www.twitter.com/darryldoak

Darryl's Posts

What Does AT&T Buying T-Mobile Mean for Android?

All hail the new king. This could be a sad day in the Android world. The biggest supporting carrier in the USA is in the process of being bought out by the most stringent carrier of ...
by Darryl DoakMarch 22, 20115

Let the Budget Tablet War Begin: Archos Arnova 10.1″ Tablet for $199!

Anyone who was reluctant to make a move on buying a tablet due to their expensive price or the question of whether you would use it enough to justify the purchase, Archos is your ...
by Darryl DoakMarch 10, 20117

Apple Scrambling To Keep Up With Android’s 4G Offerings

In 2008, Android started out with a very small bang with the G1, with hardware specs that couldn’t really stand up to the iPhone that year. Don’t get me wrong, I loved my ...
by Darryl DoakMarch 4, 20117

My Revelations, Thoughts, and Dreams for Android in 2011

Hindsight is 20/20 is what they say. Now I’m starting to see the picture a little clearer now. Rolling back to January, when Verizon was announcing all their contract/policy ...
by Darryl DoakMarch 3, 20113
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