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GameKlip unboxing, installation, and review

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

The GameKlip is a new device which lets you connect a PlayStation 3 controller to an Android phone. The device is essentially a piece of plastic that right now comes either as a universal mount, or specifically for the Samsung Galaxy S3. The universal mount attaches to a spare case for your phone. You can connect the controller with a cable to have it work out of the box with your Android phone, or you can install the Sixaxis app on your phone and connect the controller through Bluetooth, but your phone does need to be rooted for this method to work. Overall, this is a great way to play games such as GTA Vice City on your phone, especially when traveling without a gaming laptop. In fact, for games like the Android version of Vice City, the only decent way to play is with a controller – if you take a look at the bad reviews for that game, they’re all complaining about the on-screen controls. For the full review of the GameKlip, including the unboxing and installation, check out the video below:

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Fire vs. Nook: Different Strokes For Different Folks

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

The iPad 2 is pretty much the uncontested king of the tablet world, but an interesting discovery was made just a few weeks ago by DisplayMate. The company compared the iPad 2, which retails at $499, and the Nook Color and Kindle Fire which retail at $250 and $200, respectively. In a test of screen reflectiveness the Nook was found to have a less reflective screen than either of it competitors. It was half as reflective as the Kindle Fire and 28 percent less reflective than the iPad.

How else does the Nook Color stack up to the Kindle Fire? Well, the fantastic display is not the only bright spot for the Nook Color. The Nook has a 1.1 GHz Atom processor that tops out at 800 MHz so as not to destroy battery life too quickly. That adjustment seems to have worked as the Nook lasts for about eight hours of continuous use. This compares favorably with the Fire’s negligibly slower 1 GHz Texas Instruments OMAP processor. The Fire can be powered up for eight hours of continuous reading or seven-and-a-half-hours of video streaming.

The Nook allows access to about 170 apps, and the Kindle’s Amazon app store blows that number out of the water with access to a few thousand. The Kindle’s app selection still gets dwarfed by the Apple Mac App Store, which can run most of its 250,000 apps on the iPad or iPad 2.

At the end of the day, the perfect tablet for you depends on what you want to use it for. If you plan on using your tablet as an e-Reader and portable movie screen, the Nook, with its fantastic screen, might be the best option for you. The lack of a dedicated streaming video service on the Nook is a bit perplexing and while the device can run Hulu Plus for a $7.99 per month subscription fee, the offerings are not as wide as Amazon Prime, which can stream more than 10,000 movies and television shows for an annual subscription fee of $79. If selection of apps and access to Amazon Prime appeals to you, go with the Fire.

Author’s Bio: Melissa is a guest writer who considers herself an expert on smartphones, tablets and how to save money with Dell coupons on computer purchases. When she’s not writing guest blogs, you can find her at the Blog Content Guild.

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10 Free Useful Android Apps

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

Wifi File Explorer

This app lets you browse files on your phone without plugging it in or removing the SD card. It works through wifi, letting you connect directly to your phone through your router. It’s as easy as opening the app, opening the web browser on your computer, and typing in the local IP address of your phone. There is an option to set a password, and your phone is only accessible when the app is open, so the security is good as well.

Amazon Appstore

It’s an app store from Amazon. There is an app of the day, which is always an app that costs money, but on that day, it’s free. So you get free apps that you would otherwise have to pay for. Not much more to say.

Advanced Ruler

Just as the name of the app suggests, this is a ruler for your phone. Ever need to measure something but didn’t have a ruler around? This app makes measuring small items as simple as putting them next to your phone’s screen. The ruler can be adjusted for any resolution so it should work with all phones.


While not very polished in terms of visuals, this app is the best free converter I have seen. There are options for almost anything that you can possibly convert, and it lists multiple results at once so you don’t need to switch back and forth between units.

Andie Graph

This amazing app lets you have a graphing calculator right on your phone. It is an emulator, so you must get your own ROM, but that isn’t a problem. Now if I forget my actual TI calculator at home, I don’t have to worry because it is right on my phone. It’s really a perfect emulator and you’ll feel as if your phone is a real TI calculator.


This little app lets you do many things with your phone’s built-in camera flash. There is the option of using it as a normal flashlight, as a strobe light, as a morse code beacon, as a timed light that turns off after a set amount of time, and as a hold-to-light flashlight. Plus it can use your screen to display hazard lights and police lights, which is just a cool bonus. It also comes with a widget so you can activate your LED without even opening the app. Very convenient.

SiMi Folder

This is the best folder organizer I have found. You can create many different types of folder widgets and customize them in many ways. It’s the best way to organize all your apps, rather than having them in one giant list where it’s hard to find anything. Just make some folders for a few different categories of apps and games, and suddenly your phone becomes much more useful because you can actually find the app you’re looking for.

Alarm Clock Xtreme

This is a very cool alarm clock. There are many features, such as having to solve a math problem to turn the alarm off, for those of us who tend to hit snooze while still being completely asleep. You can also customize the vibration and ringing, making it gradual, you can make a large snooze button, and so on. You can even set it so it turns off only when the GPS senses that you are moving. It also comes with a cool clock widget.


This simple and very polished app lets you enlarge text on your screen. You type a message, and it displays the words as big as possible. This can have many uses, such as communicating with people in cars without having to open your window, talking to someone next to you when you can’t actually speak, such as at a lecture or at school, and I’m sure people will find even better uses for this app. It might not seem useful, but it has potential to create funny situations, and might even come in useful sometimes for something important.


If you buy a lot of stuff online, which you should because 99% of the time it’s way cheaper, then this app will keep track of all your shipments. You can customize which carriers show on the add list, and you can point your phone at a QR code so you don’t have to actually type in the tracking number. Very good way to stay organized and to know when to expect your packages.

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Choose the Right Place to Sell Your Mobile Phone

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

When you’re ready to sell mobiles for cash there are so many companies offering to take your phone it can be overwhelming. There are a few tips and tricks to identify a good company from a bad one. Through extensive research, has proven to be a reliable source of true information to get the most cash for your mobile phone.


Cash for Mobile Phones sites offer a variety of benefits, but some can be distracting from the information you need to make your decision. offers the same benefits of other sites, but with a straight-forward approach. One of their most popular features is to easily find out how much your phone is worth, so you know which company to sell to.


Cash for mobiles or is a trusted site offering only the most up-to-date information so you know exactly what you need to sell your mobile phone. Because they continuously check the market and the mobile phone industry, they know what companies are the best to work with and what companies really are going to offer you the most cash. They also know which phone models are getting the most cash and which aren’t.

When you’re looking to get cash for your mobile phone it’s important to find an information source to fit your needs. You need someone you can trust, after all, we’re talking about a phone you spend your hard-earned money on.

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PalmOne Tungsten T5 PDA Phone

Monday, August 10th, 2009

The PalmOne Tungsten T5 PDA Phone is equipped with simple to use software for taking quick and easy backups of important documents and files. Palm Desktop 4.1.4e and HotSync Manager (Windows) is a special software that lets you synchronise this PDA with your computer for making editable versions of back files. You can maintain up to date information and when you make any changes in your calendar, memos, tasks and contacts it automatically updates in your computer. HotSync manager software controls the synchronisation of files whereas palm desktop is a desktop personal information manager. This handheld pda has full security Panel Update 1.0 for Windows installer that solves the problem of intrusion protection when you happen to enter the wrong password many times.

Listen to your favourite music with PocketTunes. This PDA is designed with 256 MB of internal flash memory with user available memory such as flash memory of 160 MB and 55 MB of RAM. This handheld pda has an SD memory card slot and multimedia card for sharing high resolution photos, music, and other digital files. You can share files directly from the camcorder and digital camera. This pda has SDIO and is made with the Intel XScale 416MHz processor. It has large screen made with TFT active matrix transflective display technology that generates 320 x 480 pixels with 16 bit colours. This smartphone pda supports MP3 audio.

This PDA Phone is enabled with a navigational stylus for the touch screen. This pda has a five way navigational method for easy access of applications. It comes with the Palm OS 5.4.5 operating system. It features a lithium ion battery and offers SMS messaging with versamail.

The lithium ion battery gives 127 hrs of battery life and comes with a synchronisation cable. It supports WMA and has multimedia speakers. This pda has a web browser and is equipped with Bluetooth technology with IrDA connectivity.

The package includes charger, USB sync cable, starter guide, stylus, pda, and software CD for PC and MAC. It has overall dimensions of about H 12 x W 7.8 x D 1.5 cm and weighs nearly 145 grams.

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BlackBerry Pearl 8120 Smartphone

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

The BlackBerry Pearl 8120 is equipped with an interactive email management system that offers hands on expertise in sending and receiving your important emails in your palm. You can read messages, send, delete emails and this smartphone automatically updates your emailbox whenever you activate it. You can add up to ten work and personal email addresses. It has dedicated Enterprise, Personal/Web-Based Email Access, Personal and New BlackBerry email address. All these internet based email accounts have the convenience of mailbox synchronization with automatic and push delivery. It has improved email layout with the facility of viewing, file download and editing of attachments. This smartphone has SMS and MMS, and with the help of an innovative keyboard layout you can comfortably type your messages.

It has SureType technology software that lets you compose the message accurately and quickly without any flaw. This smarthphone pda is enabled with a digital camera and you can use it to capture pictures and directly upload them to some of your favourite social media websites. With a digital video recorder you can capture instant moments and add sound to create a story. This Blackberry Pearl 8120 offers Media Sync software to readily sync your iTunes and put it in your pda. You can maintain up to date map details using this blackberry and locate your designated favourite places and venues with quick and convenient driving directions.

It is enabled with a GPS system that offers turn by turn navigation. You can shop online, browse web pages, collect info, make calls and stream videos with all the technology and features in one pda that easily slides in your pocket or handbag.

This blackberry smarthphone has Wi Fi and lets you stay connected with internet whenever you step into a Wi Fi spot. It has 2.2 inch screen with 240 x 260 pixel resolution and comes with 64 MB of memory capacity. This blackberry has a MicroSD card with a 2 mega pixel camera and bluetooth technology.

It offers 4 hrs of battery life and the package includes an AC adapter, desktop software CD, mini-USB cable, 1GB microSD card, stereo headset and leather carrying pouch.

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Apple iPhone 3G

Friday, July 31st, 2009

Apple iPhone 3G is similar to the first generation model but fully enriched with 3G technology and features HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access). It provides tremendous download speed that satisfies the need for fast internet access. This iPhone is beautifully designed with a steel body and has a 3.5 inch large display touch sensitive screen, which delivers 480 x 320 pixels resolution. It is built under the platform of the OS X Operating System and is fully assisted with a GPS system. You can drive your way with support map details and see updated live traffic news. It is made with a 2 mega pixel camera and built with a music player, which is enabled with Protected AAC, MP3 VBR, AIFF, MP3, AAC, Apple Lossless, Audible, and WAV formats.

This iPhone is available in both 8 GB and 16 GB of storage capacity. It has Wi Fi connectivity and automatically gets connected to the internet when you enter into any wi fi spot. You don’t need to enter you password again since this iPhone would automatically connect to the internet when you visit next time. It supports Bluetooth 2.0 technology and features USB 2.0. This iPhone has a 3.5mm headphone jack with the wide option of  latest technology such as EDGE, WAP, and HSDPA facility. This iPhone weighs nearly 133 g and comes with an overall dimension of H 115 x W 62 x D 12.3 mm. It is powered with Quad-band (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz) plus with UMTS/HSDPA (850, 1900, 2100 MHz). It has 5 -10 hrs of talk time and has 300 hrs of battery standby time.

This iPhone has up to 24 hrs of audio playback time and comes with integrated speakers. It is designed with a metal frame and has black plastic with a curved edge finish. It has a YouTube application, a notepad, and widgets for weather and stocks.

This iPhone offers remarkable mail support along with a work and personal calendar. This mail support is powered with 3G technology that offers from 300 kbps to 500 kbps internet speed. It has the Safari browser, a music player, camera and video player. This iPhone has a QWERTY keyboard and supports 22 language settings.

It has full security features and parental controls. The package includes a stereo headset/mic, USB Power Adapter, Cleaning/polishing cloth, SIM eject tool, Dock Connector to USB Cable, iPhone 3G, User Manual and Documentation.

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Is your iPod or cell phone scratched?

Monday, June 2nd, 2008

If you’re like most people, your cell phone and mp3 player is probably scratched and banged up. If this is true, I wouldn’t recommend spending $20 on a scratch filler or screen cleaner. Instead, why not spice your gadget up at the same time and get a skin for it?

What might surprise you is that you can get a skin for your phone or iPod for less than half the price you would pay for a scratch cleaner. And the scratch cleaner wouldn’t make it look smooth and it will still have small scratches.

A skin on the other hand will protect your gadget as well as give it a new bad ass look. Some sites you might want to check out that sell these skins are DecalGirl and GelaSkins. These skins can be had for as little as $5.99, and they are top quality and durable. Skins will protect your phone or iPod from scratches as well, giving it a new look and new protection.

Check it out and give your gadgets some fresh new looks.

image from decalgirl

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Windows Mobile spotted running on an iPhone

Monday, April 7th, 2008

The photo says it all:

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