This weeks app of the week is for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Kindle and is actually two separate apps in a series called The Room and The Room 2. The Room and Room 2 are both incredibly well done puzzle games that are definitely...Read More
Since Microsoft released Windows 8 and their Surface tablet, I get a lot of questions on how to use it. I walk you through how to navigate, multitask and access the basic features of the operating system. Microsoft...Read More
The unbelievably successful App store has just reached and surely surpassed the 150,00 app mark. Not too long ago if you would have said that in a little over a year or so there would be 3 billion or more downloads with over...Read More
WebOS has a lot going for it when you put it up against the closest competitors, the iPhone and Google’s Android. The major area it falls behind is in the tiny App Catalog of which pales in comparison. After its first half a year or so in service there are now 1000 apps for download. This number is not too bad when you consider the first gen. iPhone and how long it took to get any applications on it at all.Read More
Palm’s WebOS is having a bit of a rough time gaining momentum with their app store. Well the new Ares SDK is now here in beta form and for us non-programmers. You can use the online application to create a WebOS based app without any external tools. The interface is simple with drag and drop controls. Try it out for yourself and get building. You can still use the software based Mojo SDK, but why not give it a shot here first.
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We did a browser comparison a while back with the Pre and HTC Hero. SInce then we have had a few comments that we should turn off flash and then compare it t the iPhone 3GS. Since we no longer have the Hero, I decided to do a comparison of the stock android browser and Opera mini to the iPhone 3GS Safari browser. See the video after the jump:Read More