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How to: Google Play Store Greasemonkey script – scroll your installed apps and filter your free/paid apps

on Saturday, October 27th, 2012

While the Google Play Store is evolving slowly, one of the biggest pains is the way that it displays all the apps installed on a device in a set of pages. If you have a look above, I’ve got eleven pages of apps installed on my Thinkpad Tablet. Reviewing my apps means clicking on theRead More…

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How to Use your Box Account as a Network Drive

on Monday, February 27th, 2012
Posted in: Articles, Miscellaneous

Did you just take advantage of the free 50GB Android account mentioned in my previous post? Did you already have a box account from the iOS or Sony Ericsson promo? Or do you just already have a Box account? I’ve got to admit, the web interface on the desktop is pretty clunky. There’s no wayRead More…

Installing a CLIE NX70v Replacement Battery

By: Mitchell Oke
on Monday, March 13th, 2006
Posted in: Articles

I bought a used CLIE NX70v on eBay a few weeks ago for AU$200 because I wanted a PDA that I could use at school to enter data with. I recently trimmed down to just carrying an imate SP5 smartphone (very similar to the SP5m reviewed on The-Gadgeteer) which is fantastic as a phone andRead More…

RSS Feed Primer Article

on Thursday, September 30th, 2004
Posted in: Articles

It’s funny how some forms of technology can be around for years before some of us ever really notice them. Case in point: RSS feeds. Most of you have probably heard of the term RSS before. Some of you are probably even using it. This article is for that group of people that have heardRead More…

A Brief Primer to Recovering Lost Photos Article

By: Gary B. Garland
on Wednesday, June 12th, 2002
Posted in: Articles

Studies have shown that 67.89% of gadgeteers own digital cameras, and that 99.8% of my studies have been conducted on a Ouija Board. Nevertheless, I’d wager a bunch o’gadgeteers own digital cameras, and I’d further bet more than a few have lost photos to corrupted media – whether the camera (or operator) accidentally deletes thoseRead More…

How to Choose a Keyboard for Your PDA

By: Phil Baker
on Thursday, May 16th, 2002
Posted in: Articles

  First, let me thank Julie and Judie for the opportunity to write this article for the Gadgeteer. Julie was one of the first to recognize the true potential of the Stowaway keyboard in her review when we originally introduced the keyboard. As the co-founder of Think Outside, I have strong opinions about keyboards forRead More…

Cheap Wireless iPAQ Article

By: Gary B. Garland
on Monday, January 7th, 2002
Posted in: Articles

After purchasing an iPAQ 12 months ago, my long daily commute with this Pocket PC and Avantgo left me with a feeling of wanting "something more." Not wanting to spend a lot of additional money, I avoided the cost, bulk, and wait for wireless networking alternatives, such as the now defunct Ricochet. These solutions typicallyRead More…

How To Connect Your Pocket PC To The Internet Article

By: Jason Saldarriaga
on Thursday, December 21st, 2000

Many people have wanted to connect to the Internet with their Pocket PC’s, but don’t know do not know how to, or they have some questions. Many of these questions are regarding the “extra steps” that are required to connect to a MSN ISP. I use MSN too, so in the bold words you canRead More…