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TwiStats Android Widget for Monitoring Your Twitter Stats

by: Carl ParkerFebruary 24, 2012

For those of you managing a Twitter account with a high volume of traffic, statistics becomes a bit of an issue. Alternatively, you can be someone who wants to make it big on Twitter and you’ve managed to tap into the right markets and you’re pulling in the followers.

But, with so many followers popping up, how are you going to keep track of all of them? TwiStats, a lightweight widget for Android, solves that problem for you.

At the time of this writing, TwiStats offers what the official Twitter client or numerous other third-party social media aggregators (such as TweetDeck and StreamLife) do not offer yet–keeping track of your Twitter [...]

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Ballistic Case Review – Samsung Epic 4G Touch Edition

by: Vinny MarinoFebruary 21, 2012

When you own a nice and expensive gadget like the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch, you definitely want to protect it with a heavy duty case designed to survive what life might throw at it, right? Let’s be honest – even if you’re the most careful person on the planet when it comes to your device – accidents still do happen, and that’s where Ballistic’s case comes into play.

The case is design to do exactly that – survive life. The case has two pieces: one rubber body piece, and another hard plastic cover. The case isn’t designed to be pretty, so look elsewhere if that’s what you’re in the market for. The case [...]

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SPB Shell 3D Launcher – Android App Review

by: Matthew SabatiniFebruary 19, 2012

One of the best features about Android is having total control over how you customize your device. More specifically, Launchers and Skins give Android users access to tons of new user interfaces and features. In addition, a bunch of Android devices are subject to bloatware. When this happens, the average user probably is not interested in playing around with custom ROM’s or even rooting. Putting aside some of the more well known launchers, SPB Software recently release SPB Shell 3D. The app, which will cost you $14.95 in the Android Market, will bring a whole new look and feel to your Android 2.1+ device. Over 100,000 people, including us, have already downloaded the [...]

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Automatically Setting Your Phone to Silent Mode According to Place or Time

by: Alvin YbañezFebruary 14, 2012

Because smartphones are both handy and useful, we tend to toss them into our bags and bring them with us anywhere we go–at our bedside, in our offices, at dinner dates, and back to the bedside as we retire for the night.

While your Android phone can alert you to incoming notifications, calls, text messages, or important reminders, there are certain circumstances when you’d need to use audible alerts, and there are certain situations when you need to place your phone in vibramode or silent mode.

But, having to switch between sound profiles can be pesky and can chew up your time.  It’s often easy to forget to switch from silent mode to audible [...]

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Droid Razr Maxx vs iPhone 4S

by: Carl ParkerFebruary 14, 2012

No matter what newer smartphones come out, Apple still retains a dedicated group of fans who won’t budge for anything. At what seems to be the height of the smartphone wars, Motorola has just released the successor to its Droid Razr. Welcome the Droid Razr Maxx, which is bigger but is better than the Droid Razr and practically a baby with its release last January 26, 2012. Today, we’ll see how the iPhone 4S stands up to this new release.

Design and Display

Slightly thicker than its predecessor, the Droid Razr Maxx has a thickness of 8.99 mm. The Droid Razr Maxx’s predecessor, the Droid Razr, had the inconvenient camera bump at the top, but the Droid [...]

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Sniffer: A Lost and Found App for Android

by: Ken EastFebruary 13, 2012

No matter how careful we are with our personal belongings we are really bound to sometimes lose or misplace things whether big or small, important or not. It really can be a big headache when something like this happens to anyone.

Most of the time, you may not find your lost items anymore, but Android just got the most helpful solution for you. With the Sniffer app for Android, you’ll have access to a virtual bulletin board that reports lost and found items wherever you are in the world. Check it out now and who knows you may find your lost belongings through this app.


Let me introduce to you Sniffer. It is an Android app that functions like a [...]

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Chaikin Power Tools Stock App Review

by: Brandon SobottaFebruary 11, 2012

The Chaikin Power Tools stock app provides investment research tools previously available only to Wall Street firms. Developed by stock market expert Marc Chaikin. While not being a Nasdaq guy my self, I found the  Chaikin Power Tools app quick and easy to figure out by just playing with it. Well who is this app for?  The app is anyone who follows stocks from the guy just getting his toes wet, to the die hard who needs information on the go.

What kind of information can you get when using Chaikin Power Tools?

Centerpiece of app is unbiased Chaikin Power Gauge Rating which [...]
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Finding and Connecting with Professionals While on the Go w/ Mingle App

by: Carl ParkerFebruary 8, 2012

Say goodbye to a past where business was confined to the four walls of an office. Technology has made it possible for us to be productive anywhere we go–outside the office, at home, or even at a coffee shop. But, since no person is an island, we often find ourselves needing to collaborate with other individuals from our field. Sometimes we’ll even need someone to provide us with a service requiring skills that we don’t have. As comprehensive as search engines can be, looking for the right people can be difficult. Thanks to Mingle, it’s now easier than ever to find and connect with professionals from all walks of life to get work done.

Mingle is [...]

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Andru: USB Phone Charger – Official Unboxing

by: AlexanderFebruary 7, 2012

Today Fedex brought me a cool new charger for my Android device to review. Have to give a big thanks to the guys over at The Gen for hooking us up with a review unit that we will be giving away. It is basically a charger unlike something you’ve ever seen before, in the world of Android. It’s best used as a desk charger, since Andru stands on the plug, so you could have him standing on your desk and make all your co-workers jealous. As you can see in the picture above I used my old HTC Sensation 4G as the guinea pig, and it works on my Droid Bionic as well as my Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant. It will work on any device that has a USB charger, just plug [...]

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Android App for Viewing 2D or 3D CAD Designs

by: JoseFebruary 6, 2012

Computer-Aided Design (CAD) applications have already invaded the mobile platform. Although most of such programs’ mobile versions may not be as sophisticated as the desktop ones, the main point here is that more and more productivity applications are now brought into the mobile platform. This would mean that mobile devices like tablets and smartphones are getting more useful, productivity-wise.

One of the companies who ventured into a CAD app is IMSI Design. The company is known as one of the leading providers of CAD software applications. It has an array of products that are specifically tailored for computer-aided design. One such CAD product from IMSI is the [...]

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