Mike Stenger

Tech lover and enthusiast, I've been rocking Android since the EVO 4G. When I'm not here writing, you can find me on social media or cracking jokes that nobody laughs at.

Mike's Posts

Is Twitter testing a Google Glass app?

An image was recently shared on Twitter using the “Twitter for Glass” app. Shortly after word got out, the account that posted the photo, was deleted. Is an official app coming soon, or ...
Mike StengerApril 30, 2013

How to take apart the Galaxy S4, put it back together [video]

As with any smartphone, there comes the risk of breaking something, typically the screen. Read on to see just how easy the Galaxy S4 is to disassemble.
Mike StengerApril 29, 2013

T-Mobile Galaxy S4 now available online

Starting today, you can now order the Galaxy S4 from T-Mobile’s website. Available in black or white with 16GB of storage, the phone will cost you $149. Are you planning on picking it up?
Mike StengerApril 29, 2013

Google Glass ‘significant’, privacy concerns ‘just didn’t show up,’ says Robert Scoble

Robert claims Google Glass is significant, and even went as far to say “I will never live a day of my life from now on without it (or a competitor).” Read on to see what else he had to say...
Mike StengerApril 29, 2013

Rumor: Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is next, not Key Lime Pie

According to Android Police founder Artem Russakovskii, the next version will be 4.3 Jelly Bean, and not 5.0 Key Lime Pie. There are several reasons leading to this conclusion, the ...
Mike StengerApril 27, 2013

New Google Glass specs emerge: OMAP 4430 processor, 1GB RAM

Thanks to developer Jay Lee, we have received even more details on what is powering Google Glass.
Mike StengerApril 26, 2013

Facebook hosting its “biggest developer party yet” to kick off Google I/O

To show its support of Android developers, Facebook will be hosting a party for Google I/O attendees on Tuesday, May 14. The event will take place a day ahead the kickoff of Google I/O 2013.
Mike StengerApril 26, 2013

Judge rules Motorola patents worth far less than $4 billion

In November, a bench trial officially began, further reviewing Motorola’s claims, and assessing the validity of its licensing fees. Now, a judge has ruled that Motorola’s patents are ...
Mike StengerApril 26, 2013

T-Mobile signs court-ordered agreement after ‘deceptive’ no-contract plan advertising

T-Mobile announced its new no-contract Simple Choice Plans last month. While there are technically no contracts, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson discovered the carrier ...
Mike StengerApril 25, 2013

Google Drive now syncs Docs, Sheets, and Slides for offline use

Starting today, Docs, Sheets, and Slides in Google Drive will automatically sync for offline use. Also, you can now create, and edit drawings while offline.
Mike StengerApril 25, 2013
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