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Android Marshmallow Deliciousness

October 17th, 2015

Google has FINALLY fixed all of the issues with Lollipop.  Too bad it did take a whole system update to a new version of Android to get there, but alas, WE ARE THERE!  The awful memory management issues I originally complained about are completely resolved at last.  In addition, the new Doze feature which puts the […]

Android Lollipop Bullshit

January 26th, 2015

Android 5.0 Lollipop came out back in mid November 2014.  So, it has been out a couple months as of the writing of this.  There are a lot of really annoying bugs in Lollipop like caller ID pictures just refusing to show up, silent mode completely broken, horrible navigation icons, and lock screen no longer […]

Why I Love Android

October 16th, 2012

It is open.  You are given simple tools to manage your device how you want, straight from Google.  There are no back door hacks, no monkeying around.  You get to use your device how you want it.  That is what makes Android so powerful; its open nature and ability to do what you want. The […]

Photo Project 52. Week 16 – Invasion

April 24th, 2011

Back to the real world with me.  I wasn’t sure what to shoot this week, plus it has been a very busy week since we just got back from our wedding and honeymoon.  On Friday I decided to build a do-it-yourself lightbox, or macro studio.  I had the box and plastic bags to use as […]

Why Windows Phone 7 Will Fail

June 22nd, 2010

Two years ago I wrote about what Microsoft needed to do to turn their platform around.  Now with Windows Phone 7 only months away, it would appear Microsoft has failed in every way imaginable. Windows Phone 7 will be a miserable failure.  There are many countless reasons why it is going to epic fail, but […]

Android Contact’s Birthdays In Your Calendar

March 28th, 2010

I’ve had my Android phone a week and a half now and I love it.  It brings everything together in to one phone.  Perhaps that is why they called it the Nexus One? But there was one “link” missing.  If you spent time entering birthday information for as many of your contacts as possible, they […]

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