Tag Archives: Poll

Editorial: Tablets Have Become Essential To My Daily Life

This time last year, I was a completely tablet person. I owned a first-gen iPad, and while I did own a decent desktop computer, the iPad was my main means for accessing the internet. I had everything I needed, apps, email, great web browsing, all in an incredibly portable package. The battery life was phenomenal, and I rarely had to charge it…. Read more

Poll: What’s The Best Screen Size For A Smartphone?

There’s a constant debate over what’s the best screen size for a phone, with devices ranging from 3.0-inch screens all the way past the 5-inch mark. With the both Samsung and HTC’s flagships settling in the 4.7 to 4.8 inch range, and the upcoming Note II rumored to have a 5.5-inch behemoth, we want to know what you think. Do you miss the days of tiny… Read more

Poll: Thinness Vs. Battery Life, Which Do You Choose?

Thinness vs. battery life is an age-old question, but an important one at that. Device manufacturers are constantly raising the bar for how much juice they can fit in a slim-shelled handset, just take a look at the Razr Maxx with its 3,300mAh battery. Still, manufacturers like HTC say that they would rather focus on battery life than make an incredibly… Read more

Midnight Poll: Which Launcher Do You Use?

One thing that makes Android so appealing is the ability to customize almost every aspect of the open-source software. Unfortunately, manufactures tend to divulge their own design standards with intrusive skins that hinder the overall experience. Many users have turned to third-party launchers to suit their needs and with the recent release of… Read more

DROID X bootloader locked tight

The bad news here is that the bootloader of Motorola’s upcoming beast, the DROID X, is locked down with the same encryption that Milestone hackers have been struggling with for six months. This means that root access is a good possibility, but that custom ROMs are either a long way off or flat out impossible. But considering the quality of the hardware… Read more