Facebook Tip: Changing From Mobile To Desktop View On Your iPad Or Tablet

Do you know how to switch to the desktop view of Facebook on your iPad or Android tablet? Check out this quick tip that will hopefully save you some time and frustration!

Easily Turn Your Nook Color Into A Full Android Tablet Without Voiding The Warranty

Want to turn your Nook Color tablet into a dual-boot Android tablet without voiding the warranty? Want to be able to switch back and forth between the Nook OS and Android? Check out these easy to follow steps!

Input Requested: Are Android Tablets As Good As The iPad?

I’m looking to you, my readers, to share with me why you love your Android tablet. Win me over, help me love Android tablets again. Let me know which model you have and why you feel it excels over the iPad.

Why Android [STILL] Isn’t Afraid Of The iPhone 4

In light of the recent announcement of the iPhone 4S, I thought I’d revisit this post that I published back in January to see if the iPhone had made any headway into striking fear into the heart of Android phone owners. Interestingly, it doesn’t look like Apple has made any advancements toward solving the deficiencies that I identified almost a year ago.

A Lesson In Losing My Sprint Android Phone: Security Is A MAJOR Cause For Concern

Yesterday, I told the story of how Google+ aided my detective work that led to the recovery of my lost/stolen cell phone. Today, I’ll discuss the major security flaws I uncovered about Android phones and Sprint service in the process.

280 Daily Tries To Fill The Niche Between Twitter And Tumblr By Asking You To Archive Your Life

Is there a need for yet another microblogging service? The folks at 280 Daily think so. Their angle is to ask users to summarize their day in 280 characters.

Mobile Applications Infographic

Some great information about the profitability of mobile applications in this infographic provided by OnlineMBA. It will be interesting to see whether the Google Android Market starts to compete with Apple’s App Store, now that Android has passed the iPhone in the number of total users. Additionally, since Google is built on an open platform, it will be interesting to see whether or not Google will be able to generate the profits that Apple has seen since Android users have more of an expectation of free or low-cost.

Android Phone Sales Surpass iPhones For The First Time

The Nielsen Company is reporting that in Q2 2010 new sales of Android-based smart phones in the US surpassed those of the iPhone for the first time. Global sales are increasing, as well, with Canalys estimating an 866% uptick worldwide from Q2 2009. The increase in sales is being attributed to the maturation of the platform, as well as media hype for phones such as Verizon’s Droid X and Sprint’s HTC EVO.

HomePipe – A New Way To Stream Your iTunes To Your Android Phone. Kind of.

Having iTunes and an Android phone seems a bit of an odd match, but the iTunes store is pretty much the standard in the industry for buying music and since I have a couple of iPods around the house, it has always made sense to use it as the defacto music source. So when I got my Samsung Moment, I figured there must be a good way to stream my iTunes to my Android phone, right? Wrong. There are a couple of apps out there that claim to do it, but HomePipe seems to be the most commonly discussed. Since it’s free, I thought I’d give it a try.

Yes, there is an alternative to the iPad. Welcome the new Android-based aPad

For those looking for an alternative to the $500+ Apple iPad, you might consider the aPad Android-powered 7″ table as an alternative. I ordered mine from Totobay at a price tag of $140 and and had the device in my hands in 10 days. I have been using the device for about 5 weeks now, and wanted to share the pros and cons that I have experienced.