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S Memo Stylus Review – A Closer Look At The Galaxy Note [Video]

by: RandyNovember 6, 2011

The Samsung Galaxy Note is one of the latest devices from Samsung. It comes with the revolutionary S Pen – which allows users to use the “stylus” as as input devices to create content and media, previously unavailable to swipe and touch interfaces.

Today, we’re taking a closer look at the S Pen, the device that comes together with the Note.

With the S Pen, the user will able to create notes and memos, through Samsung’s proprietary app called S Memo. The S Memo is integrated into TouchWiz, and the icon appears in all homescreens as well as within the App drawer.

The are several ways to launch the S Memo app from your [...]

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Handy Android Apps for Unwired Interaction with Desktops

by: JoseNovember 4, 2011


There are lots of things that can be done on an Android device; it’s one of the main reasons why we go for Android. You might already know a handful of apps that would make your Android phone or tablet awesome, but is that enough for you? How about apps that would extend Android features to a PC?  Here’s a list that may interest you.

On top of the list would be Remote Phone Call. From the name itself, you will already get the idea that it’s for making phone calls. The app would basically let you make incoming calls and receive outgoing ones from your PC via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. This app lets you manage these phone calls from the PC itself. [...]

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Best Android Apps to Turn Your Android Smartphone into a TV Remote Control

by: JoseNovember 4, 2011

The television has always been a good stress reliever after a hard day’s work. It is just so relaxing to watch your favorite TV shows, or probably a movie or two.

The definition of TV nowadays has already evolved. With all these new technologies right now, TV has never been the same. Lots of things can now be done on your TV–things like video streaming, DVR, social networking, browsing the Web, and many others.

Now, imagine if you can extend features of your TV to your Android device, or better yet take control of your TV from your phone or tablet. That would be amazing, right? Sure enough, there are indeed ways for you to do this. Here are Android apps [...]

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Catch a Cheating Partner with the Aid of StealthGenie

by: Paul NuñalNovember 4, 2011

Have you ever faced the dilemma of cheating partners? Or, are you a parent who constantly monitors your children’s whereabouts in school?  Cunning as it sounds, there’s an Android app that could wirelessly monitor the person’s cell phone activities.

Introducing the StealthGenie, a wireless cell phone monitoring app for Android that, once installed into a person’s smartphone, can turn it into a listening station that covertly operates and captures events like inbound and outbound calls, makes a report manifest, and sends the information to a Web-based server for you to take a peek on what’s going on.

The app is quite handy for catching cheating employees, too, as [...]

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Best Android Apps for Managing Files

by: JoseNovember 4, 2011

We all have our own important files stored somewhere. Most of the time we store them in our own hard drive, sometimes we put them in external storage devices like USB flash drives or portable hard drives, and at times we also burn our files on a CD or DVD. Conveniently accessing them might sometimes be confusing, given the fact that many of us don’t have just a single device.

For those who are new to Android, the question on what would be the easiest way to access important files on my Android device might have already popped up on your mind. For people who have been using Android, you might also ask, “What would be the best app to manage my important [...]

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Android App Review: NetQin Mobile Security

by: Will G.November 4, 2011

Are you feeling insecure on your Android mobile device? Do you think some apps are “spying on you”? You can stop worrying about this anymore–with NetQin Mobile Security.

While there are tons of security apps out there, NetQin Mobile Security stands out by providing a variety of features that protect you and your Android phone.

NetQin consists of dual-engine scanning, to rid your device of those nasty viruses and malware. The engine scans major applications and system files in less than 60 seconds. There are also options for a complete and customized scan.

To add to these, there is an add-on called “Anti-Lost” which can locate your lost or stolen [...]

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Verizon Reignites Scavenger Hunt for DROID RAZR

by: Conan HughesNovember 2, 2011

A nationwide scavenger hunt is upon us. In anticipation of the November release of the Motorola DROID RAZR, Verizon builds excitement with giveaways for the lucky few who can successfully solve the puzzles Verizon has prepared.

The telecom company has reactivated @DroidLanding, its Twitter account that was laid dormant for a while, and released a preview for the upcoming smartphone at Both will be essential starting points for solving puzzles and riddles, as have been with scavenger hunts for previous DROID devices such as the Bionic, the Charge, and the X2.

If you recall, the prior scavenger hunt for the DROID Bionic [...]

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Samsung Galaxy Note First Impressions

by: RandyNovember 2, 2011
The Samsung Galaxy Note is causing quite a stir, and there's good reason why. With its incredibly fast hardware, thin profile, and its whopping 5.3 inch HD AMOLED display that produces brilliant images and video, it''s pretty much unrivaled - for now. Check out our first impressions on the Galaxy Note!
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The Great Android Showdown Happening in November

by: Hanie VillamorOctober 30, 2011
Well, now that December is fast approaching and you maybe thinking of rewarding yourself with a new phone. So, we're going to make your life easier by presenting a round-up of some of the most awesome devices you're about to see in stores.
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Review of HTC Rhyme – More Style than Power [Video]

by: Will G.October 28, 2011

The HTC Rhyme is a new device, designed for the more stylish and fashionable Android user. This device packs a sleek punch with a nice purple detailed casing and strong durability. We found the phone to be very durable, using metals instead of most plastics. It also has a removable battery, which an increasing number of phones are starting to phase out, ever aspiring to be thinner and thinner.

Through an unboxing, HTC has provided an impressive purple box, with a ribbon to pull the device out. There are definite elements that are more feminine than say, a DROID branded device.

Opening the Android “diva” box left us with a nice set of earbuds and a charm, [...]

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