Archive for July, 2010
Apple posted a video of the Droid X loosing signal strength. It’s part of its campaign to show that every cellphone on the market has antenna issues. The problem with the Droid X is no one could replicate the issue. Motorola took out a full page ad to make sure everyone know that the Droid […]
The popular MyMovies add-in for Windows Media Center has made it so SageTV. MyMovies is a movie management software that provides you will all the details about the movie including the cover art. MyMovies uses a client server so you can have the server hold the main database while all your other machines can pull […]
The new Kindle, Kindle 3 if you will, is now available for pre-order from Amazon. You can get the 6″ screen in either wi-fi only for $139 or the wi-fi + 3g model for $189. The new models are graphite and feature the better e-ink screen. They will be available August 27th.
Logitech is gearing up for the launch of Revue, Google TV, with its first commercial. The commercial is embedded below and the first thing that came to mind was “What”. It’s strange way to start publicity on a new product. Plus wouldn’t you want to show how TV could be with Google TV. Oh well, […]
YouTube has increased the upload time of videos from 10 minutes to 15 minutes. Now everyone will truly get their 15 minutes of fame. I have only ran into the old 10 minute time on a couple videos. I’m sure for a majority of users it wasn’t an issue. You can read about it on […]
There is a new program out that will allow you to root you Droid X with one click. It doesn’t get any easier than that. If you don’t want your X to be rooted anymore it is another one click to undo it. You can find the program and directions to run it on AllDroid.