[SOLVED] Viewing Facebook Messages Without Installing The Messenger App

Want to read your Facebook messages, but don’t want to install the Messenger app? Here’s how.

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 Table 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!

Blogging Tip: Increase Traffic By Solving Problems

Next time you have writers block and are looking for a new article idea, just take a few moments to think about how you solve the problems in your personal life and find a way to share those experiences with your readers. Not only will they benefit from your experiences, they’ll probably thank you with a comment with their shared experience.

Apple Support Discussions – Online Community Management Gone Bad

Not only am I having a terrible time with the iOS 5 upgrade on my iPad, but now my post on the Apple iPad Support Discussion Forum has been deleted because it “contained feedback or feature requests”. Really?!?

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.

Flipboard iPad App Keeps Growing By Adding Google Reader Integration

No doubt, the iPad is a great device for consuming information. Web, Facebook, and Twitter integration all make it easy to find the latest updates from family, friends, the blogosphere, and news sources. Earlier this year, the folks over at Flipboard launched their app that converts feeds into a magazine format that is easy to consume in a magazine format. The response from iPad users has been tremendous and Apple recently named as Apple’s “App of the year for 201o”.

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.