Sunday, May 30, 2010

Video: Free Android Live Wallpaper

This is a some cool live wallpaper for your Android device 2.1 and above. You can download it for free from Android Market.

aniPet Koi ($2)
Cube Live Wallpaper (Free)
Living Colors (Free)
MaryJane (Free)
PongClock Live Wallpaper (Free)
Silhouette (Free)
The Matrix - Live Wallpaper (Free)

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Video: Demo Froyo Andriod 2.2

This is a Froyo Android 2.2 demo from

Video: Unboxing Official Extended HTC HD2 Battery

This is an official extended HD2 battery released by HTC. It's come with the cover and kickstand.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Video Tutorial: How To Flash Froyo Android 2.2 on Nexus One

This video tutorial will teach you how to upgrade Nexus One Android 2.1 to Android 2.2 codename Froyo. Get full instruction and ROM download from

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Video: App and Features Demo Sprint HTC EVO 4G

This is a Sprint HTC EVO 4G Application and Features Demo. The HTC EVO 4G marries the greatest functions from numerous of HTC's existing smartphones in the marketplace right now. The industrial design is comparable to the HTC Droid Incredible, the kickstand is really a carry over from the Verizon Wireless HTC Imagio, the big 4.3-inch capacitive display is borrowed from the HTC HD2, and Android with Sense comes from the HTC Desire. The handset's winning feature may be the 4G network from Sprint, which enables for a excellent Web and multimedia encounter regardless of whether you're surfing in a browser or streaming high high quality YouTube videos.

Also, the device advantages from simultaneous voice and data. A very first for Sprint on the 4G network or whilst browsing on WiFi. Regrettably, you must pick between voice or information whilst on 3G coverage.

Overall, the device feels superb. In the excitement we've seen from media and consumers, this one is going to be a large hit for Sprint for self-evident reasons. I believe numerous devices will come close to the HTC EVO 4G for Sprint within the near future. Samsung's got their Galaxy S, and that's the true sell for this smartphone: 4G network.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Video: iPod Touch with Camera

Another Apple leak in Vietnam. Next gen iPod Touch with Camera. It features a 2 MP camera.

Video: Google I/O 2010 - It's Every Droid Ever.

Checks out the massive display case of Android phones at Google I/O 2010. It's almost all Android device, even some that have yet to be released (like the Dell Aero for AT&T and the HTC EVO 4G Sprint), plus many that you've probably never heard of.

Video: Tutorial How To Flash Sprint HTC Hero with Leaked ROM Android 2.1

This is a tutorial how to flash Sprint HTC  Hero with leak Android 2.1 ROM. For those who has a Sprint HTC  Hero and are stuck with Android 1.5, this is your chance to upgrade your device to Android 2.1. Get your Leaked ROM at

Video: HTC Wildfire Official Promo First Look

Presenting HTC Wildfire. You have lots of friends, in lots of different places. Why not bring them to you? See everyones Facebook, Twitter and Flickr updates, all in one feed. Share your favourite apps, because your mates will love them too. And get everything, from texts, to photos, organized by the friend that sent it not to mention their latest Facebook status when they call.

Video: iPhone 4G Showoff

iPhone 4G aka iPhone HD leaked in Vietnam.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Video: Unboxing Kin One and Kin Two

Taking a first look at Microsoft's newest featurephone's: The Kin One and Kin Two.

Video: Introducing HTC Wildfire

This is a preview of HTC Wildfire a new budget-friendly Android device announced by HTC. Running on Android 2.1, it has an QVGA 3.2" display. It has 384MB of RAM, 512MB of ROM, and a Qualcomm 528MHz CPU. It has a 5MP camera with flash on the rear, and a 1300mAh battery. One cool addition is that the device will come with a widget that will make it easy to recommend an application to a friend.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Video: HTC EVO 4G vs HTC HD2 and Nexus One

This is a comparison between American first 4G phone Sprint EVO 4G and HTC HD2. EVO 4G is a HD2 with Android, and that's a very good thing. The Android Sense interface from HTC is extremely visual - live wallpapers, smooth animations, beautiful widgets - and the huge 4.3" display brings all of this to life. Even better it's come with AMOLED display.

Video: iPhone 4G

This is a next gen iPhone leak, iPhone 4G.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Video: HTC Droid Incredible vs iPhone 3GS

Head to head iPhone 3GS against HTC Droid Incredible.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Video: WiiRemote to Control Android Phone

This Android application called Wiimote Controller is still in Alpha stage. It's might not work for every Android phone. Refer below list for the device/OS which is confirmed working and not working.

How to use it?
  • Turn Bluetooth on and run the app, then press the menu button and choose Keyboard Settings.
  • From here on out basing the majority of the instructions on the post over at
  • Enable "WiiControllerIME" (this should only needed once right after installation).
  • Now you'll need to pair the WiiRemote controller with your Android phone by "tapping the first button and at the same time put your WiiRemote in discovery mode by pressing "1" and "2" simultaneously".
  • After that, wait for the "Connected" message to appear on your screen. The first LED will turn on on the WiiRemote back in WiimoteController app tap the second button and select WiiControllerIME.
  • Apparently that's it! You can now fire up your games (or game console emulator) and play away (note, you only get key presses out of this app, you can't tilt the controller left and right to steer, etc.).
  • To disconnect, hold the power button on the Wii remote or simply turn the phone's Bluetooth off.
  • Also, don't forget to go into your phone's Language and keyboard settings and change your IME (keyboard) back or you won't be able to type. 

Device/OS pairs that this app is reported working on:
  • Google Nexus One/CyanogenMod 5.0.6 
  • Google Nexus One/CyanogenMod
  • Google Nexus One/Stock Android 2.1
  • Motorola Milestone/Stock Android 2.0.1
  • SE Xperia X10/Android 1.6 Donut
  • Motorola Droid/UltimateDroid ROM V10
  • Motorola Droid/Cyanogen 5.0.6 w/ P3Droid 1200mhz 7slot kernel
  • Motorola Droid/DroidMod
Device/OS pairs that this app probably does not work on:
  • Google Nexus One/MoDaCo Alpha r21 Custom ROM Desire Port
  • Samsung Moment/Android 2.1 DD10
  • HTC Droid Eris/Android 2.1
  • HTC Incredible/Stock
  • HTC Desire/Stock
  • HTC Legend/Stock

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

myTouch 3G Slide Officially Announced T-Mobile

MyTouch 3G Slide isn't a lot bigger than the myTouch 3G, the industry tablet-style smartphone without having the sliding QWERTY keyboard. The myTouch Slide will also compete with Motorola's CLIQ on T-Mobile's lineup.

It is the first Android 2.1 handset on T-Mobile with Sense UI but the carrier has tweaked the software program to make points simpler for first-time smartphone users. One of several cool points I noticed is an application switcher within the notification window shade. I usually loved the notification bar on Android and thought it was a revelation when introduced but there is much wasted space with it. On the myTouch Slide, the app switcher could prove useful – we just wish you can kill apps from it.

Other neat software program tweaks consist of a Faves Gallery app that shows up to 20 of your most-contacted individuals and gives you these users’ social media, e-mail and phone call updates. There’s also myModes, which enables you to instantly switch the mode on your phone. For instance, make use of this to very easily switch between your work setup and your leisure setup.

The handset also rocks all the connectivity choices you’d expect (WiFi, 3G, Blueooth), GPS and a 5-megapixel camera. So, it is still not going to out-spec some thing like the Droid Incredible or EVO 4G but it looks like a solid device with some spiffy, customized software program.

The myTouch Slide will hit in June and it's come in either black, red, or white.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Video: MyTouch Slide preview on MyTouch 3G/G1

This is a preview for a new version of HTC Sense UI called HTC Expresso Sense.  What to expect on T-Mobile's upcoming My Touch Slide.


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