Tag: Motorola

Jul 04 2013

Microsoft/Skype don’t want you to go off-line

If you have Skype loaded on your smartphone, you may have noticed an update to the user interface. It’s a little bit more sleeker and has a slightly different look, but one of the things you may have also noticed is that you can’t find the option to log out of Skype. Personally, I’ve noticed …

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May 31 2011

How to make Phones calls from your Motorola Xoom

Did you buy a Motorola Xoom and think about making phones calls as one of the things you could do with it, as well as all the other cool stuff. Well, I find Google finnicky in the fact that if you have a Motorola Xoom you don’t have an option for Google Voice  [at least …

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May 28 2011

Disappointment: No Decent Offline Blog Editors For Android

I was searching around for the past 2 weeks putting efforts in to find a ‘good’ offline blog editor for my Android tablet [Motorola Xoom]. I found several ‘ just getting by’ editors, nothing that really made me stand up and shout. As a friend of mine put it, perfectly, tablet PC‘s are nothing more …

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Apr 11 2011

How to put a DVD Movie on your Motorola Xoom

The Motorola Xoom is a great tablet device. I find myself taking it everywhere to do do everything and it’s even better in situations where I have nothing to do. To be honest I find that my wife uses it much more than I do, but it’s uber-handy to have around. I have not made …

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Mar 24 2011

Motorola Xoom now has Dragon NaturallySpeaking— FlexT9

A big disappointment to me with the release of the Motorola Xoom was the lack of a decent keyboard replacement; and since I had an android device already [Motorola Droid X], I was completely spoiled with the plethora of other options, but the one I really wanted was FlexT9. FlexT9 is the application from Nuance, …

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Mar 14 2011

Review: Motorola Xoom

This review of the Motorola Xoom isn’t a comparison of the iPad; it’s simply a statement of what it is and how well I believe it performs… The release of the Motorola Xoom has come and gone, and while the commercials depicting the awesomeness of the tablet, the question has to be does it work …

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Mar 13 2011

Android v3.0.1: Motorola Xoom Getting a Screenshot

The latest update to the Motorola Xoom doesn’t seem to be fixing the age old problem of getting a simple screenshot from the Android operating system. The latest version of the operating system is v3.0.1. This was something noted in a recent post about how Google/Android quasi-endorses breaking the Android operating system to install a …

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Mar 06 2011

Smartphones/Tablets – The Keyboard Won’t Die

I’ve been talking lately about tablets and Smartphones; they’re really nifty and while the bulk of sales for 2011 and 2012 should be in the market of the tablet and Smartphones— this is why PC’s and Smartphones aren’t going to just rule… Keyboards… There’s something inherent about using a keyboard to get your work done. …

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Mar 02 2011

50% of tech sales in 2011 will be Tablets and Smartphones

This would be some staggering information if it wasn’t so predictable. Devices like the iPad, Samsung galaxy and the new Motorola Xoom are demonstrating, fairly clearly, that you don’t need a specific operating system to get on the Internet and to get things done. The technology trends dictate that customers looking for just a few …

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Mar 01 2011

Motorola Atrix Android gets a docking station

One of the more exciting piece of information I found out recently is that the android operating system, and more specifically Motorola Atrix 4g smartphone, is going to have a docking station. Essentially giving the new android phone the equivalent of McDonald’s supersize option. The docking station essentially converts your android phone into a standard …

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