Editorial: Should I be FORCED to upgrade my paid apps?
It seems the most common question about upgrading to Honeycomb (Android 3) is, “Will all my apps still work?” The simple answer is “NO!” The reason: Some developers have used Honeycomb as a way to FORCE you to purchase an … Continue reading
In this guest article, John Nelson gives us a user’s perspective of the process of installing Honeycomb on the Viewsonic G-Tab. Note that John used our guide for the version 1.1 bootloader. Users who have a GTab with a v1.2bl should use the “ClockworkMod 1.2bl & … Continue reading
Guest Post by John Nelson
As a regular air traveler, John tells how he has replaced his laptop and iPhone with a tablet, and the appropriate apps, to do sales presentations and ease the burden of the TSA inspection.
I have had my gTab since Father’s Day … Continue reading
So, do you like Kindle or Nook?
My friend and colleague, John Nelson, has written an excellent review of these two apps on his “From the Porch” blog. It is complete wirh the pro’s and con’s of each, plus some insights about why one may … Continue reading
[notice]First, let me offer my thanks to all of the developers, testers, and other active users on the XDA Developer’s Forum. Especially those working on the T-Mobile G2, the ViewSonic G-Tablet, the Continue reading
Yesterday, Google announced that they will start displaying SOCIAL results more prominently.
I like the idea but there are probably many who will … Continue reading
This article describes the Top Ten Reasons NOT to Use Free Web Hosting Services. It also provides some help with getting started with a quality hosting service. Continue reading
Well, my old (Windows powered) AT&T Tilt finally died for real. Actually, it has been limping along for almost a year. Due to a failure of the mini-USB port, I have not been able to sync it with Windows for a really long time so I dropped the data services and … Continue reading
IMPORTANT information about new FCC rule requiring churches & others to STOP using wireless mics operating in the 700MHz range. Continue reading