Tag Archives: Android

Review of Twitter’s video platform on Android

A very obvious invitation popped up in an update from twitter tonight in the Android app in my Moto X running Android 4.4.4 to try the new integrated twitter video publishing platform.

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Review: HTC One on Verizon with a focus on camera

A Review of the HTC One on Verizon Wireless

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus front facing video microphone

  Tascam  for the iPhone 01/01/12 Patric Spohn comments: I’m very satisfied with my new Nexus and with the mic. However, I’d like to use the video cam with an external mic to do some reporter work. Of course the … Continue reading

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus handles Microsoft Exchange 2007 services well

I synced up the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to Microsoft Exchange 2007 without a hitch and notifications work perfectly. You can sync contacts, calendar and mail. Interesting to note that the system font size setting changes the size of text in the email … Continue reading

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Baltimore Inner Harbor with a smartphone

A smartphone, Baltimore Inner Harbor at sunset and an annoyed friend because I had my face stuck in a smartphone a good part of the time. Photos were originally tri-posted into facebook, G+ and twitter real-time. I think I just do … Continue reading

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VIDEO: Buying local for Christmas

Monthlong Red Lion event helps York County residents buy local for the holidays Motorola Droid RAZR video mixed with stills

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Review of the Pantech Breakout, a solid, lowest cost Verizon 4G option

Testing and writing something good about an $80,000 BMW is much easier than writing a glowing review about a $13,000 Ford Fiesta. When the low cost drive does a really good job at what it does, it’s a worthy accomplishment. … Continue reading

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VIDEO Tweets in Bloom: Shot, processed, published and music created with an Android phone

This monthlong series was originally photographed, processed and published on a Motorola Droid X using Twitter. The video uses the original tweets and photos, adding music created on the Droid X using a free Android app

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Circle Battery Widget for Android battery hawks

Circle Battery Widget, free in the Android Market, provides a real-time check of battery usage in 1% increments, graphically depicted with a broken circle.

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Thumb (split) Keyboard for Android phones and tablets

Thumb Keyboard for Android devices is a massively customizable keyboard for phones and tablets. The underlying theme here is that people generally use their thumbs for typing text into phones. This becomes more cumbersome with large phones and tablets.

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