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MKB Reviews: Evernote 3.0

Are you in need of a multi-platform, cloud-syncing, note-taking application that will work on your Android phone? Are you not already using Evernote? Look no further! This application is highly polished and very useful for the organization enthusiast within you. You can search notes with keywords, tag them with location and even format text and insert… Read more

MKB Reviews: SpeedTest 2.0

The SpeedTest Application for has received a long awaited update to version 2.0 for Android, which features two main additions: A User Interface overhaul and more accurate readings over 4G networks. It’s still overall a very useful multi-platform application that is helpful with benchmarking network speeds between devices and operating systems. Check out… Read more

MKB Reviews: LinkedIn 1.0 for Android

There are a lot of respectable mobile application for desktop services out there for iOS, Android, and others. Unfortunately a lot of these mobile apps don’t live up to the full potential of the desktop service. Earlier versions of Facebook mobile, for example,  excluded the chat feature present on the desktop version of the website. Today we’ll take a… Read more

MKB Reviews: Firefox 4.0 for Android

The BETA label has been recently removed from the mobile version of one of the most popular web browsers around. Mozilla’s Firefox 4 web client for Android takes customization, sync and functionality to a whole new level with this particular application, but this isn’t without its downfalls. What’s so great about this web browser? Let’s find… Read more

HTC Thunderbolt Review [Video]

The Thunderbolt is a first in many ways. It’s the first Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Device and it’s also the first Verizon device capable of both voice and data over 3G simultaneously. The Thunderbolt is a ground-breaker with its new technologies. Even the spec sheet for the Thunderbolt is pretty impressive. With 768MB of RAM and a 1GHz single core… Read more

Mugen Power Extended Battery Review [Galaxy S]

Mugen Power is a relatively new and emerging company that produces replacement batteries and extended batteries for most devices. If you’re the owner of an Android powered device you’ve probably noticed it’s pretty easy to wear down the battery really quickly. Some specific devices really don’t have the best battery life, and that’s where… Read more

Top Xoom Tips and Tricks [Video]

Let’s take a video look at what separates the Motorola Xoom from the rest of the pack. I’ve been putting the Xoom to the test for around a week now and I’ve discovered a lot about it that isn’t in the typical rushed review video. The launch of the iP*d 2 was nothing short of significant for Motorola but the Xoom has a few tricks up its sleeve that the… Read more

Unboxed: Motorola Xoom

Here’s the Xoom! Is this the Android tablet you’ve been waiting for? Is this the one you just need to have? The one you’ve justified in your mind is worth the money? You’re probably already seen a list of specs along with all the rumor articles. Let’s take a look at what comes in the box: Check out more of the content I produce on the MKBHD… Read more

MKB Reviews: The Weather Channel 3.0

The newest addition of the Weather Channel application has been revamped with an updated interface; That’s the main story here, as much of the feature goodness we’ve enjoyed in previous versions is still present. They’re also bringing in a new logo and greater device compatibility. Check it out: From the description in the Android market:… Read more

MKB Reviews: Swipepad

Swipepad is a must-have multitasking assistant. A free application found in the ‘Productivity’ section of the Android market, Swipepad is sure to change the way you use your device, whether it’s a tablet or a phone or anything else powered by Android. From anywhere, in any application you can swipe across your device’s screen quickly to bring up an array… Read more