2014-05-07 19.25.27

I have a Samsung III.  That means I cannot use a very simple but useful command that lets me load the last app used but not the current app.  However, there is a way around this. In fact, you can do something even cooler if you are willing to put in the time.  For this… Read More


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I have been using the iphone 4 for a long time now.  It works well.  I had it jailbroken and customized to do what I want. Never did update to the iPhone 4S and also skipped out on the five because I was too invested in the old docking station.  So much so, I had… Read More


by Rob Jackson

Seriously?!! Apple is already planning on making a new iPhone? If the iPhone5 what such a crash and burn (as alot of people think), shouldn’t they be taking a a little time to improve on some of the features that the iPhones are lacking? Android OS has quite a few things that put them ahead… Read More


LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional social network with more than 175,000,000 members in over 200 countries, recently updated their Android and combo iPhone plus iPad apps, to entice mobile users for more engagement. Their website will be rolling out similar features to its users over the next few weeks. Real-time is a must in today’s… Read More


This is gold. Announced last week, the Chinese manufacture GooPhone decided to take all the iphone 5 rumors out there and create that phone.  However, instead of running iOS on this, they would run Android.  Now this is funny enough, but it seems that since Apple did not patent the iphone 5 specs yet, GooPhone… Read More


This post was written by Christopher Rauschnot and was originally posted to Pin This. Pinterest Releases Android and iPad Apps. You can follow him on Twitter @24k & @24kMedia and the 24kMedia Facebook Page Social networking site Pinterest, is on a roll with app releases. Their first-ever Android app, at 1.0.2, along with a newer… Read More


This is something I have been expecting.. A simply AI system that learns from your behavior to make voice interaction smarter.  Think of it as autocorrect for your SaaS personal assistant.  If you tend to call your SO on the way home from work often, then the next to time you say; call so and… Read More


I just received my Sony Ericsson Xperia Play smartphone. This is the first PlayStation certified Android smartphone, hence it is also known as the PlayStation phone. I won the phone from a party Qualcomm had during the Game Developers Conference 2011 for their new Snapdragon platform. I haven’t won anything like this before so I… Read More


This review post was written by Christopher Rauschnot and originally posted to Samsung Galaxy Tab Mobile Tablet Computer Review. You can follow him on Twitter @24k & @24kMedia and the 24kMedia Facebook Page Sets of tablets were announced in late 2010 that were going to be shown off at the upcoming International Consumers Electronics Show… Read More


Seems that Google has included a Location History dashboard with their latest release of Google Maps 5.3 for Android. The dashboard is a feature for Google Latitude that allows you to view your location history on a personal dashboard at google.com/latitude or on the phone by tapping view location history from your Latitude profile. The… Read More


(Note: this post is a living document) As recently as 6 months ago, this would be a silly question. The general rule is that you always build on Apples iOS first then Android second, then other OS’s later. Assuming you have the skills or people to choose what to build for, the common thinking is… Read More


Just got an iPad eh?  But did not get the 3G version?  Thats ok right? Just connect to WIFI.  But if you do have has WIFI when your travel?   Well, there’s an iPhone app for that.  Jailbroken of course. I wrote about using GPS on your ipad a few months back.  To use GPS you… Read More


Saw this poster for the Black Eyed Peas and it didn’t work. As an augmented reality developer and fan of BEP, I had to fix this. Here is the video I made of Augmenting the Black Eyed Peas Time. Android apps used in this example are Google Goggles and Junaio from Metaio. [ glucovance 500mg pills… Read More


Here you go.  I think the demo says it all.  Flash running on the new Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet. Yes, the great tablet war is alive and well. [ loxitane 25mg pills $262.00 | vytorin 10mg pills $262.00 | cipro 250mg pills $50.00 | tinidazole 500mg pills $91.00 | zyrtec 5mg pills $141.00 | prandin… Read More


First off, any Trojan is a bad Trojan. However, there is something off about this story.  I’m not saying its wrong or we should ignore this story, but there were a few things that kinda of bothered me. First off, who in world would call a trojan file ‘“Trojan-SMS.AndroidOS.FakePlayer.a”’ ???  I mean really.  That like… Read More


Wow. I’ve seen lots of crazy Linux ports, but full X11?  Wow. And the crazy thing is this is working on top of Android.  So once they get this stable, you can realize a full on computer on your phone. You can find more on NexusOneHacks. net Check out the video below. [ buy viagra… Read More


It was only a matter of time before both Apple and Google would find themselves on top and staring at each other. Microsoft was now #2 and Apple was king of the hill, but Google was not far behind.  And after Apple kicked Flash out of the studio, Google made a point in their last… Read More


Over the last 2 weeks I have noticed that my iphone was working slightly better in my office here SOMA in San Francisco, the home of cell phone purgatory. But not good enough. And of course, I still get dropped calls in Oakland and in Palo Alto.  So now what?  Well, I already decided that… Read More


Last week I talked about how near 30% of current ebook owners would have bought the iPad if it had been available. Well, another study from arstechnica states that %4o of blackberry users will go to a smart phone when their contract is up.. Many of them going to the iphone.  Its pretty clear that… Read More


So let me count how many people are surprised by this… Show of hands??   Hmmm just you in the back?  Work for Microsoft?  Yea, ok figured.  Just a quick look around San Francisco and you can see the number of Android phones are starting to make enough of an impression that they are starting to… Read More