Posts by Dima Aryeh

The Dog Park: Week Of June 10th

Fans of Samsung should be happy, as we had two announcements this week. The Samsung Galaxy S 4 Zoom was announced with a 16MP sensor and 10x zoom lens in the back, and the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Active is coming to AT&T in a matter of days to meet all your water-inclusive needs. Also, the Samsung Galaxy Camera NX was leaked in all its glory, featuring… Read more

Clear Cache For Vine App, Or It Keeps Growing

The Vine app for Android may have its fair share of problems, but one of the biggest ones may be that it doesn’t have a limit for cache. This means, with use, cache will build up and never be deleted. For some, this may be irrelevant. But for those who use the app a lot, this may mean over a gigabyte worth of cache. And on a 16GB phone, that’s probably… Read more

AT&T Opens Pre-Orders For Samsung Galaxy S 4 Active

If you’re one of the people that finds build quality more important than anything else, Samsung and AT&T have a new device coming out for you. The Samsung Galaxy S 4 Active has a metal construction, giving it an IP67 rating. This means that it’s waterproof in a meter of liquid for 30 minutes and fully dust proof. It’s a rugged device that shares most of… Read more

Root: Free HTC First SIM Unlock Now Available

The HTC First is a good little phone. With pure stock Android in a small size with some competent specs, it could please most people. If you want to learn more about it, read our full review! And for rooted users, a simple unlock method has been released. Using the unlock code given inside the phone itself, it is possible to SIM unlock the device… Read more

New Nexus Tablet, Model K009, Goes Through Bluetooth SIG And FCC

We were all expecting a new 7 inch Nexus tablet at Google I/O, considering that the Nexus 7 had come out at last year’s Google I/O and it’s a year old now, which is ancient for technology. However, we got nothing. Even the white Nexus 4 was not announced, because Google decided to focus on developers more than releasing hardware. However, we may be… Read more

Google Play Music Update Offers Better Bandwidth Management

With everything moving to the cloud, people have been quickly transitioning to streaming music instead of keeping it locally. While I’m still old fashioned and keep it on a microSD card, I know a lot of people who use Google Play Music to stream their library. But there is a huge limiting factor in streaming: data allotment. Yes, two of the biggest… Read more