Jeff Hollaway

I have always had a love for gadgets. I remember when I was a teenager I became obsessed with handheld electronics, cell phones especially. And that hasn't changed much over the years.

Gingerbread for HTC Desire Really is Coming Afterall

As I was writing this post about how disappointing it was that Gingerbread was not coming to the HTC Desire, news broke that it actually is coming. Originally HTC UK stated on its Facebook page that they just couldn’t get it done. “Our engineering teams have been working hard for the past few months to …

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Virgin Mobile’s New Big Boy

Virgin Mobile recently announced  probably the most significant smartphone to hit prepaid carriers Ever. The Motorola Triumph. If you have been thinking of dumping one of the majors and going prepaid, this is probably the phone that would help you make that final decision.


Unless you have been living under a rock or in a cave, you’ve heard about the pending merger of AT&T and T-Mobile. What will this mean for us, those who love AT&T’s network and those who love T-Mobile’s price point? We aren’t sure but it certainly has a lot of us worried. Why? Competition.

Finally Something New

Yet another Android Phone, yes, but not the same ole’ candy-bar shape. Something truly different than anything you have seen. The Kyocera Echo coming to Sprint, has taken a leap in the form-factor innovation of smartphones. Two 3.5 inch WVGA screens, Android 2.2, and Hotspot capability makes for an attractive buy. (if you like Sprint) …

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Verizon iPhone, Who’s gettn’ it?

So after all the rumors and the many, many requests for it, it’s here. So far, the Verizon iPhone has sold out before it even hit store shelves, which put to bed all the naysayers who thought there wouldn’t be many people  migrating to Verizon’s iPhone. Android users actually have another option besides another Android …

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New Android Market

Google has made a smart move by adding another way to push out all other third party app-stores for Android, by doing what the third party app-stores already do. Android users can now download apps via the new online Android Market and have them pushed to their Android devices. So far it looks beta, but …

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