Post archive for ‘Android/Apple’

RIP Steve Jobs (1955-2011)

[Taken from @9to5mac's twitter account]

SPIDERSS – A New Android Browser Has Me Asking WHY IS THERE A CURSOR?

Today Phandroid posted that a new Android Phone Browser, SPIDERSS, has a BETA version on the Android Market.  The description already shows that it could run with the other popular browsers, Dolphin and Steel, but does it? I’m only nitpicking the application right now, which may come off as “negative,” but hopefully these issues will [...]

Getting to the ROOT Of Your Android HTC Dream/G1

A simple guide to help you find information on how to root your Android HTC Dream/G1 phone and upgrade to new ROM builds.

Qik for the Andorid is here! (video demo included)

Android phones have been given the gift of Qik today! Qik is a smartphone app that lets you stream live video for people sitting at their computer to see. IT’s super easy to set up, too. Just download it from the Android App Store, set up a new account, which can be done on your phone, and you’re ready to broadcast. Also, don’t forget to check your e-mail to confirm your Qik account!

Did Audio Hijack Pro Almost Cost Me A New Audio Recording Interface?

For over a year, I’ve been having audio issues with my firewire audio recording interface, a Focusrite Saffire. When I’d do my live feed/broadcast on ITRadio, I use Skype to talk with my co-host Frosty, as well as interviews for another podcast I’ve worked on. In order for me to record both sides of the conversation I would use Audio Hijack Pro to record the audio as separate files, as well as use the Soundflower plug-in to route my audio sources for the live feed. Everything works fine, until a Skype call happens, and my audio going in to the Saffire would mess up.

Cupcake Is Here and I Am Eating IT!

After months of building IT up, Android’s newest OS update, Cupcake, is here! I am eating IT, enjoying IT and IT does NOT disappoint.

Twitter Clients I Use – Part 2

My take on twitter.com and twitter clients: Twitter (mobile), Tweetie, Twidroid, Twit2Go and Loquacious (demo).