It may not have made my official list of resolutions, but one of my smaller goals for 2013 is to be more frugal with my gadget purchases and to get the most out of the ones I already have. In other words: stop buying new crap and use the devices I own already. I was […]
This weekend – after many, many months of lusting over the idea of owning a smartphone (let alone the various models) – I finally took the plunge and joined the 21st Century. It’s only been a couple of days, but already I’m wondering how I went so long without it. Text messaging alone was worth the […]
As you’ve no doubt guessed, I’ve been spending copious hours with my brand new Kindle Fire since it was released last month. During this period, I’ve been gathering and organizing my thoughts about the device in the hopes of reviewing it. However, that turned out to be a much more difficult task than I originally […]
A few days ago, I said I’d pretty much decided to get the new iPhone 4. My Android predilections, however, have gotten the better of me, thanks in part to Engadget’s lengthy review of the HTC Aria. I believe my future phone has been found!
My boss told me today that she’s getting a Droid Incredible soon. I have to say I’m incredibly jealous (no pun intended). As I mentioned a few months ago, I’ve been trying to decide what smartphone to get soon. I’ve pretty much resigned myself to buying an iPhone 4, but I’m still very drawn to […]
As a longtime fan of Google’s many and varied products – from GMail, Reader, and Docs to their superb Chrome browser – it should be obvious that I’m at least somewhat interested in the Android cellphone OS. I don’t own an Android-based phone myself, but I’m certainly considering one. The only thing holding me back […]
Once again, Apple has something up their sleeve. Today, just a few days after the release of the iPad, the company is going to reveal the details for the next version of the iPhone OS, which powers not only the iPhone but the iPad and iPod Touch as well. I’m an iPod Touch owner myself, […]