Category Archives: Tablets
One Device Should Be All I Need
I’ve written at times about my technology dream – that I could have one device that would perform all of my needed functions. Depending on the design of the device, it would need certain attachments. For example, if the device is a phone, I’d need the ability to attach a keyboard, mouse and monitor. Two new devices have been recently released that take us one step closer to my goal.
Easiest Nook Color SD Card Method
Feel free to skip the text below and go to the directions that finally allowed me the Nook Color sd card method here. I spent a lot of time going through the various methods people have used, and the last thing I want to do is make someone wait longer than necessary.
Android again proves to be my only option
Maybe the title is a bit misleading, but I’ll be honest – I’ve never run up against an issue with any of my five android devices that I couldn’t get around. Let me tell you about my latest issue and resolution.
Tablet Apps Pets Will Love
There’s a growing segment of tablet apps these days – pet apps! If you’ve never seen one of these crazy, brilliant apps, you might be surprised at how much fun they can be for both of you. The different apps pets will take to vary, of course, on your pet. They all have personalities, so the ones you like might not be the ones your pet likes. While most of them are written for cats, plenty of other pet owners seem to enjoy them. I’ve read about bird and lizard owners having a lot of fun with these.
The Amazon Ecosystem is Ready to Win
If you’re a frequent reader of my writing or listen to me on Attack of the Androids, you know I useÂ the word ecosystem. A lot. As the major technology companies diversify their offerings, trying to get you to buy everything from them, we’re seeing some do a far better job than others. The Amazon ecosystem is far and away the best.
Kindle Fire Should Have a Different Name
I’m a fan of what Amazon does, not because of any particular reason… actually, I don’t even know why. I buy some stuff through there for work, but not terribly often. I just think they get it, ya know? The Kindle Fire is proof, aside from the name. I actually think the name is sort of dumb. Not as dumb as the name iPad… which clearly shows that a product’s name isn’t everything. I sort of wish I had a graphic of someone spontaneously combusting from using a Kindle Fire.
The Unofficial Root Nook Color How To
Over at Byte – http://www.informationweek.com/byte/howto/231002060 – they published a piece I wrote on how to root Nook Color. But why would you want to do that?