Posts Tagged ‘Videos’

DROID Bionic Review [video]

September 12th, 2011

The Motorola DROID Bionic is the latest ‘SuperPhone’ on the Verizon Network.

The Spec sheet is impressive and so is the $299 on contract price. 🙁

*Currently $249.99 at 🙂

Data Download Speed-4G LTE/3G
Dimensions-5.0″ x 2.6″ x 0.4″
Predictive Text Entry-Yes
Phonebook Capacity-Limited Only By Available Memory
Platform / Operating System-Google’s Android OS 2.3 “Gingerbread” With Motorola Application Platform
Standard 3.5mm Stereo Headset Jack-Yes
Micro HDMI-HDMI Mirror Mode Output To Your HDTV Or Monitor. Web Browse, View Movies, Play Games in 1080p
Micro-USB Port-Yes
Hearing Aid Compatible-M4/T4
Multiple Numbers Per Name-Yes
TTY Compatible-Yes
Webcam-Front-facing Camera Serves As A Webcam For Video Conferencing
Weight-5.6 Ounces
WiFi-WiFi b/g/n Capable
3G Data Speeds-Yes, Where Available
Processor Speed-1GHz Dual Core Processor
Built-In Memory-16GB On-board Memory + 16GB Preinstalled microSD Card
Expandable Memory Capacity-Up To 48GB Of Total Memory Via A 32GB microSD Card
Touch Screen-Full Touch Screen With Virtual QWERTY Keyboard
4G-Enjoy Super-fast Browsing, Streaming Video, Seamless Multi-tasking, and Downloads At 4G Speeds
Mobile Hotspot-Use Your Bionic As A Mobile Hotspot- Connect Up To 5 WiFi-enabled Devices To The Internet
Compatible Carrier-Verizon Wireless
Network Compatibility-LTE/CDMA Dual Band


YouTube for Android updated with new features

August 8th, 2011

The YouTube app has been updated in the Android Market to version 2.2.14.

Some features include:

    New UI for uploading built into the app
    create/edit/delete playlists straight from the app
    more control when uploading content from your phone
    edit the title of your video, description and adjust privacy settings
    normal bug fixes and performance enhancements as well


New Challenge to XDA Developers…Beat Restrictions on Android Movie Rentals

May 22nd, 2011

“due to requirements related to copyright protection” Google is blocking access to ‘Android Market Movie Rentals’ for any ‘Rooted’ Android devices. You will get an error message when you attempt to try — “Failed to fetch license for [movie title] (error 49)”.

Apparently anyone who is willing to root their device, and risk voiding their warranty in order to upgrade their phones (Carriers use ‘No Upgrade’ to push new device sales) is automatically a pirate that is going to somehow steal a streaming movie from the Android Marketplace. I smell Bullshit!

source: Android Central

The Sims Medieval Official Video

February 11th, 2011

Your heroes, your quests and your kingdom! Let Patrick Stewart inspire you in this gameplay trailer showing more of The Sims Medieval.

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