Android Threat Assessment: The Verizon iPhone Situation

Gotta admit Feb 10th is making me uncomfortable. This month over half of the Android handset impressions ad network Chitika served were Verizon hits. Meaning Verizon is Android’s best friend –...

MobilityLeaks: Off Topic Woot Humor

We have all been stuck in meetings where some of our co-workers would present ideas that are not always received very well. As a matter of fact, almost all of the...

Is popularity of Samsung Galaxy a real headache for Google?

Should Google really be worried about the success of Samsung with Android devices? Last year we had read few analysts and bloggers saying Google is afraid of Amazon while Amazon was busy...

This Site Is Too Damn Slow

Microsoft and Google have revealed that the longer your site takes to load, particularly beyond one second, the significantly more likely your overall traffic including engagement and retention will suffer as...

APP REVIEW: Fusion Free

I just got finished reviewing a great Reader Style App Called Fusion Free. If you are like me you read a lot of websites to keep up to date on what...

Gmail Hiding Sigs and Copypasta: Cool or Whack?

I bet your answer depends on whether you’re the one receiving the mail or sending it, right, whether or not  you like how Gmail conceals your sig and any copypasta you...

Hey, About How Much Do Traffic Lights Cost?

I was rollin’ in my hooptie, stock rims, diamond in the back, sunroof top, diggin’ the scene with a gangsta lean, and I hit an intersection. Looked up at the traffic...

Ask the Readers: Getting from JFK to Newark

Here is my first ask the reader post because Doug Simmons suggested that this would be a good one. I am traveling to India on May on 3rd for about a month...

The rough road to Windows 8.1.1, which is what we’re calling it I suppose.

So a few days after the update is always a time of trials and tribulations as people settle back into their routines and try and accomplish all their every day tasks...

WP Devs: You May Want to Lock Down Your XAPs [updated]

I just surveyed the Windows Phone piracy scene to see if developers of paid apps were doing an effective job staving off piracy yet -- they’re not. Especially now that Microsoft...