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Startup notification if apps use cache size large than 500K bytes
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Overclocking: it’s the magical word around the mobile-sphere nowadays, and it looks like the HTC Inspire 4G isn’t immune to the speed demon’s charm. In following the trend set forth by the Xoom, which recently got overclocked to similar speeds, a member of XDA Forums is now claiming he’s brought [Read More...]
Citing a third party speed comparison in two major metropolitan areas, T-Mobile has published results that predictably puts them on top with their 4G network, while skewering AT&T and Verizon’s iPhones as being as slow as a rabbit beating the turtle. In addition to claiming a speed advantage over [Read More...]
The BlackBerry PlayBook is RIM’s entry into the tablet wars, and although it hasn’t been launched officially yet, rumors have been cooking online about the PlayBook being able to run Android apps, either natively or through some 3rd party type emulator. We’ve all heard these rumors, but now we have [Read More...]
A true constant in the gadget universe is that if a new Android device comes out, you can bet someone over at XDA forums is going to throw caution to the wind and push the edge of the envelop to see what it can do. And the Motorola Xoom [Read More...]
If you’re looking for the latest and greatest app to install on your Android smartphone, then you could do a whole lot worse than checking out the brand new SlashGear Android app, fresh to the Android Market. Bringing all the tech news and reviews from our gadget-obsessed sister site, the [Read More...]
Joining AT&T and Verizon in offering some software-based data security for owners of its handsets, Sprint is today introducing its Total Equipment Protection app. Funnily enough, it uses the same Asurion software as the aforementioned other carriers, which would be why its functionality mirrors them so closely. With the TEP [Read More...]
Both the iPhone and the Blackberry line of smartphones have robust security features that make them appealing to corporations that need to be able to manage devices closely. The Android OS lacks the robust security that many enterprise customers want to see before they adopt a device.
Android has some security, [Read More...]
It’s no secret these days that the stock music player for Android, to put it nicely, is slightly outdated. Fortunately, with the openness of Android, there are plenty of alternatives for you to pick from. As I always say, more choice is better, right? That being said, check out Zimly [Read More...]
The nine-dot pattern lock option is one of those uniquely Android things — it’s been there ever since the G1, and even if you don’t personally use it, odds are good that you recognize it. So when we see it on an iPhone — apparently on an app used by [Read More...]