Category Archives: Google Android

Optoma NEO-i DV20A Pico Projector/Smartphone Speaker Dock Review!

Last year, Optoma launched their PK301 Pico Projector at CES 2010.  This year at CES 2011, I had the pleasure of viewing their latest flagship product, the Optoma NEO-i DV20A, which basically is like the PK301 but more.

The all-new Optoma NEO-i DV20A is not only a pico projector but

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HTC Thunderbolt Review!

At CES 2011, Verizon and HTC unveiled their first, ever 4G LTE-enabled smartphone, the HTC Thunderbolt!

Of course, with all the new dual-core processor Android smartphones coming out later this year, the HTC Thunderbolt lacks in processing power but certainly, it’s the probably one of the fastest 4G phones you can buy right now and the only 4G-enabled phone on Verizon.

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Motorola Atrix 4G Review!

UPDATE: See updated review of the Atrix 4G!

Motorola Atrix 4G, the world’s fastest smartphone now?  Technically yes, with a Tegra 2 dual-core 1Ghz processor and a whopping 1GB of RAM memory, it’s the world’s most powerful smartphone introduced at CES 2011.

Couple that with ability to r

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CES 2011 – The Year of Android

(I spotted this Sprint ad while on the way to the airport my last day.)

Above video shows CES 2011 Unveiled, a press conference held the day before CES 2011 started. There were so many people, everyone had to wait in line for like an hour to get in. Once you get in, it’s like a big flea market filled with too many people, you can barely breath.

Of course, part of the problem

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HTC Evo Hack – DIY Garage Door Opener App!

Here’s a rather interesting hack that involves an RS232 relay couple with a linux server that allows this HTC Evo 4G user to remotely open/close his garage door.

When his Evo 4G is within a block of his home, he can remotely open/close his garage door. It sure sounds like a lot of work but for those of you who are already familiar with relays, RS232 programming, and linux, mig

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Nexus S Android 2.3 Gingerbread Running on Galaxy S!

It looks like someone has successfully ported a Nexus S Android 2.3 Gingerbread to a Galaxy S. It’s not completely ported yet since a lot of major functionalities don’t work such as voice, wifi, etc…etc… But this is a good sign that it will eventually lead to custom ROMs users can download onto their Galaxy S phones.

Give it another 2 weeks, I bet we will have some

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Nexus S is Here!

Nexus S is going to be here real soon and here’s a video showing how Nexus S has some awesome YouTube browsing skills.

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T-Mobile G2 Phone Review!

So, I’ve been using the T-Mobile G2 Phone for almost 3 weeks now and I think I am very qualified to tell you how “good” this phone is.

First of all, this is the next generation Google Android smartphone.  Google’s very first Android smartphone was called the “G1 Phone” (or Google Phone) on T-Mobile.  This second generation T-Mobile G2 Phone repre

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Navigon Launches MobileNavigator for Android!

Navigon just launched MobileNavigator for Android. This will be certainly one of the best GPS navigation apps out there as I’ve seen a demo of Navigon’s latest innovations at the last CTIA couple weeks back.

For those of you who want something a bit better than GoogleMaps with added “live camera view” among many other cool features, you can try the Navigon MobileNavigator for about $39 on the Market.

Here’s some screenshots:

(As you can see, the Navigon also pinpoints all the red light cameras.)

(Reality scanner is v

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T-Mobile G2 Phone Unboxing!

Well, I just received my unlocked T-Mobile G2 Phone I ordered last week on Amazon, here’s me unboxing the new G2 Phone, enjoy:

P.S. I really like the G2 Phone, it feels really “solid” in my hands and if you like Android stock UI, this is definitely a s

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