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Must Have Android Apps To Optimize Your Device

April 6, 2014


I just finished another article. Basically it takes a look at some of the best, not to mention FREE, Android applications out on the market that can improve the experience with your device. Most of all, I purposely tried to look for ad-free apps. These are free apps that the developers work through donations. If […]

Here’s Where You Should Be Storing Your Bitcoins

March 29, 2014


Once in a while you hear on the news that some old folk is digging through trash to try and find a lost hard drive. Why? Because lots and lots of Bitcoins were stored there. Like many early adopters of Bitcoins, they didn’t think much of it at first. Just do a bit a mining […]

Another comparison of SwiftKey and Swype after Android 4.4 update

March 21, 2014


I have been a SwiftKey user for a long time now so naturally it is my go to keyboard. However, after the Android 4.4 update,I thought I would give each of these keyboards another look. As I am a blogger and manage this very informal blog in my spare time on my phone, it only […]

Flappy Bird Is Returning, But We Don’t Know When

March 20, 2014


Dong Nguyen, the Vietnamese creator of Flappy Bird, confirmed it will return on Twitter! When asked by a fan, he said yes it will return, but NOT SOON. “I don’t work by plan. I will release it when it is done,” he says. It must suck for those that shelled out big bucks bidding for […]

Looks like Swype is built into Galaxy S4′s Android 4.4

March 16, 2014


Like the title says, it looks like Swype is built right into the Galaxy S4′s Android 4.4. However, I highly doubt this is a ploy by Samsung. In fact, I dare say Samsung would do no such thing. If we were to look at the so called “Android Keyboard” market, we would find many popular […]

Android 4.4 KitKat Finally Arrives To Samsung Galaxy S4

March 15, 2014


As an Galaxy S4, I have been frustrated by this wait. Finally, got my update to Android 4.4. The file was about 450 MB which should be downloaded over WiFi if you don’t want rack up a data charge. After the package download, the installation and application update takes about 15 minutes. If you haven’t […]

Let’s Ask Siri If Microsoft’s ‘Cortana’ Is A threat!

March 15, 2014


It’s still too early to tell just how advanced Cortana is. In terms of voice recognition, they have quite a bit of competition. Apple has ‘Siri’, Google has ‘Now’, and Samsung has ‘S Voice’. While I would probably say ‘Siri’ comes closest to delivering the most user friendly experience. Google Now seems to be heavily […]

Legit Bidding Sites!

March 10, 2014


The article on bidding sites that actually pay out is finally finished. We take a look at some of the more popular bidding sites, but also ways you can do your own analysis. I used a simple video recorder software for my screen so I don’t have to sit in front of the computer and […]


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