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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Boost Mobile’s Shrinking Payments for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

When it comes to competition in the mobile communication industry, every company is trying to convince you that it’s …continue reading

How Safe is Rooting Android Devices?

At, Ryebread761 writes:

After almost a month with my Nexus 7, I am beginning to get comfy with Android. (So comfy that I want my contract to end so I can switch to an Android phone…) Anyway, I have seen a few cool things …continue reading

Should I Trade My iPhone 4S for a Samsung Galaxy S III?

At, Urgebot1777 writes:

Should I trade my Verizon iPhone 4S for a Verizon LTE Samsung Galaxy S III? What would I lose or gain? I love social media. I have a MacBook Pro, Apple TV, Nexus 7 (soon to be iPad), and …continue reading

Motorola Droid Razr HD: a Thorough Review

Business professionals in earlier years could be simply identified because they often carried huge briefcases with tons of paperwork inside, daily planners that were bound, and most probably a DynaTAC cellular phone. A number of these brick phones were invented …continue reading

Could Ubuntu Challenge Android and iOS for Smartphones?

The tech world went nuts yesterday over the announcement that a phone version of the popular Ubuntu OS was being developed for release in early 2014. That gives Canonical, the parent company of Ubuntu, a year to establish hardware partnerships and develop the mobile operating …continue reading

Will the Buzzing Drive Nexus 4 Users Nuts?

The Google Nexus 4 has had its critics, with their main complaint being the lack of LTE 4G service. Other complaints have included the inability to change out the battery, no micro-SD slot for added storage, and that the camera could have been better. The …continue reading

How Does Google Know Where You Live?

At, DJ Scooby Doo asks: “How does Google know where you live?”

Do you find it a little strange that your phone knows exactly where you live despite never actually telling it? Android 4.1 Jelly Bean introduced the world to Google Now, …continue reading

Nexus 4 Battery Drain Problem

I have been using the Google Nexus 4 smartphone for a few weeks and, over all, I have enjoyed the experience. Using Google Android Jelly Bean has improved the performance of this cellphone, making it function smoothly during the course of all the activities I …continue reading