After a year of doing The Gadget Gurus Podcast, we all have finally started to get actual podcasting mics. I, like both Nic and Vic (copy/paste Guru), picked up the Samson C01U mic. Below is a quick run through of what came in the package.
When I switched from the Hero to the Nexus One, the first thing I noticed was the lack of really nice widgets. Sense UI provides some of the best widgets for Android that are not only functional, but look great. Have no fear, Android developer Koxx has made calendar, messaging, and now music widgets that are fully skinable and highly functional to fill the gap on none Sense UI devices. Read on to see the full Guru Inspection of the Pure Music Widget.
Coming from a HTC Hero to the Nexus One, I have missed the HTC Keyboard. Well that is all over thanks to the work over at xda-developers. We now have an apk that can be easily installed once put on your memory card. You can snag the apk file HERE, and see screen shots below.
So after getting the PLANon Docupen X05 scanner, $369 retail, I was really excited to see all the cool things I’d be able to scan and toss onto my BlackBerry etc. For me this was going to be like ‘lifting’ an image Indiana Jones style in Last Crusade, or Vietnam Wall memorial. No. This thing hardly works at all. It’s really bad and doing what it does. It’s really big. The interface was a pain in the ass to install. The BlackBerry interface was even more of a hassel.
Just finished doing a video review on one of the two devices provide to me by Samsung, the Samsung Moment. If you’re on Sprint, thinking about switching to Sprint, or just an avid Android lover, check out this review!