Posts by Dima Aryeh

Editorial: How Long Does An Android ROM Last?

This has been a question in the back of my mind ever since I flashed my first ROM on the Samsung Captivate almost two years ago. It seems so long ago, but the question remains: how long does a ROM last? It has really come to mind while on a cross country road trip, watching my current ROM deteriorate over time. This has been a problem across all… Read more

Photos Taken By A DROID RAZR HD Appear On Picasa

Photos allegedly taken by the DROID RAZR HD have shown up on Picasa. Apparently, a Motorola employee uploaded photos to his Picasa without removing an EXIF data, which shows off the DROID RAZR HD name and the f/2.4 aperture. They could easily be faked, because EXIF data can be edited using Windows Gallery (and damn near every other photo editor). So… Read more

SongKick For Android, The Concert App I Was Waiting For

I haven’t heard of this app, but discovering it has instantly improved my life by 43%. It has a database of over 100,000 concerts. For someone who finds it hard to keep up with concerts, this is fantastic. It can scan your music library and bring up concerts based on the bands you have on your phone. It can also create a calendar for you, send… Read more

DROID Incredible Signs Show Up At Stores

The DROID Incredible has been one of the most elusive phones in a while. It has been shown off in many documents, leaks, videos, and even signs arriving at stores now. But we still don’t have a release date or any word from Verizon. Are they facing delays? Do they just not want it overshadowed by the SIII? Who knows? We just have to play the waiting… Read more

DROID RAZR MAXX Bests iPhone As Top Selling Verizon Phone

Looks like a single Android device has managed to push past the iPhone as the top selling phone on Verizon Wireless. I’m honestly surprised, considering how often I read “Motorola is doomed and failing” everywhere. To me, it seems like they’re doing perfectly fine for themselves, making the #1 selling phone on one of the biggest carriers in the US and… Read more

Unlocked Samsung Galaxy SIII Receives Update

Only a little while after release, Samsung is already pushing an update to the Galaxy SIII. It’s a very minor bug fixer and is said to improve stability, and it’s good to see Samsung taking care of their flagship. The software version is LF2 and is available through Kies if you have the UK unlocked model. It’ll soon be available to others as well…. Read more

C Spire Getting Galaxy SIII Later This Year

It looks like Samsung is doing what it’s always been best at. It’s spreading its flagship phone to every carrier possible, including small regional carriers. C Spire is the next to get it. C Spire, known previously as Cellular South, is getting the same model everyone else. It’ll house the well known dual core Snadragon S4 processor and will support… Read more

Google Maps Kicked Off Of iOS List Of Stock Apps

This has been rumored for quite a while, but it is now official. Google Maps will no longer be included on any iOS device. Apple has purchased many companies and is using their assets to create their own maps service to rival Google. The Maps app on iOS devices has not exactly been the best app. Apple had designed it with Google’s assets, and the… Read more

T-Mobile Galaxy S II Receiving ICS Tonight!

It’s finally here! It’s quite a big event, as Samsung has updated a US Galaxy SII to Ice Cream Sandwich. Sure, it wasn’t the fastest update, but it was faster than most phones were upgraded stateside. And T-Mobile has the honor of being the first carrier to have their SII updated to the coveted Ice Cream Sandwich. Software version T989UVLE1 will be… Read more