Five Great Money-saving Android Apps for the Frugal Geek

I love saving money. If my Galaxy Nexus can help me out in that endeavor, it makes the process even more exciting. Technology is my passion, but I’ve long believed that you don’t have to be rich to enjoy technology. Sure, you might have to …continue reading

Hands-on with Verizon’s Droid Razr Maxx

Guest blogger Cliff Miller writes:

I recently switched from the Verizon Apple iPhone 4S 32 GB to the Verizon Droid Razr Maxx, and my initial impression was quite good, especially for the price I paid — $199.99 with a two-year contract from …continue reading

A Final Look at the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S III

This is a sponsored post written by me on the behalf of T-Mobile. All opinions are 100% my own.

The time has come to pack this Samsung Galaxy S III from T-Mobile back in its box and ship it back …continue reading

My First Week with T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S III

This is a sponsored post written by me on the behalf of T-Mobile. All opinions are 100% my own.

Last week, I took a T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S III out of the box and started using it. It didn’t take long before …continue reading

Nexus 7: First Impressions

As we watched the Google I/O Day 1 keynote back in June, many of us at LockerGnome were excited for what we knew was coming. For instance: a 7″ Nexus device. We were so excited, in fact, a few of us pre-ordered the device the …continue reading

Is Now a Good Time to Try Android?

I’ve recently made the switch back to Android from iOS thanks in part to a stunning demonstration of Android Jelly Bean that took place at Google I/O. This change meant more than just being on a new mobile OS to me. It meant freeing myself …continue reading

Restoring Market Share to the Newest OS

Guest blogger Elliot Guest writes:

Jelly Bean. Google’s hopes rest on the tiny candy, but we must all hope that, unlike the little bite-sized sweet in reality, the good taste isn’t short lived. At least that’s what Google should be hoping.

It’s …continue reading

25 Things to Ask Google Now on Android Jelly Bean

I’ve had Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for a couple of days now on the Galaxy Nexus and I’ve had a difficult time putting the phone down and taking a break from using Google Now. It’s not that I haven’t had the use of Siri …continue reading

Five Reasons to Use Chrome Browser on Your Android or iOS Device

When Google announced that the Chrome browser was coming to iOS last month, I installed it as quickly as it became available. It’s not that I’m a dedicated fan of the Chrome browsing experience or Google as a whole, but a number of features available …continue reading

Galaxy Nexus Phones Receive Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Others to Follow

Google is rolling out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean starting this week, and HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus owners are at the top of the update list. If you own one of the Google-supported GSM Galaxy Nexus devices, you should receive an update alert within …continue reading