Scott Adam Gordon 2014-10-18T23:00:01Z1 hour ago
Scott Adam Gordon Originally from the UK, Scott graduated in Popular Music Studies at Newcastle University and attributes most of his success there to his beloved Samsung Galaxy S2. He has written for a market research company and video game website, but now only wishes to voice his opinion on the greatest open source project of all time! That's Android. Scott has never owned an Apple device, of any kind, and doesn't see this changing anytime Read more [...]
Tingz.Me is an application that helps you discover applications. According to the app description, it’s an app discovery platform that tailors its recommendations based on what you search for and what you like. It’s free to use with no in app purchases.
Here’s how it works. You download the application, open it, and it’ll show you a cursory set of recommendations. Then the app will work in the background as you live your life and occasionally toss you more apps that may be of use Read more [...]
If you've spent any time in Google's ecosystem of hardware and software, you're no stranger to impatiently waiting to receive a firmware update. Hey, we've all been there. While we know the ADT-1 is set to receive an OTA to Android 5.0, it seems Google is still holding back a full rollout despite the very small number of units in circulation. If you don't feel like waiting for your number to come up, it's possible to sideload the update manually onto your ADT-1 and take advantage of everything Read more [...]
Samsung is rolling out an over the air update for the T-Mobile version of its Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 tablet, which will bring the device up to Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
T-Mobile launched their version of Samsung's tablet in June with Android 4.4.2 so this new update brings it up to the current version of Android, or at least the one before the official launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop that's expected to be coming in a couple of weeks. Samsung's support page does not show any more software additions Read more [...]
Microsoft has launched its Bing Rewards app into the Play Store, and if you're expecting an experience akin to Google Opinion Rewards, don't. This offering is even easier, assuming you can handle using Bing as a search engine. This may be painless for some folks, but Microsoft apparently wants users enough to pay them. People can win points just by searching for things and eventually redeem them for gift cards and other prizes.
Available reward options include Microsoft products such as free Read more [...]