Apple doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon when it comes to their lawsuit(s) against Samsung. The latest even, which occurred last week, saw Apple adding other Samsung devices to their list of products they want removed from the market. Some of these devices include the Samsung Galaxy S3, the Galaxy Note 2, and the Galaxy Tab.
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Apple has been suing Samsung for what they are claiming is copyright infringement along with a slew of other wild claims. Now just last Thursday on Thanksgiving, a judge ordered Apple to hand over their patent agreements with HTC to Samsung for their attorneys to look into for their defense. In response to this, Apple threw a little tantrum by responding with a new list of items they want Samsung to take off the market. Basically, Apple wants Samsung to remove every notable mobile device, whether its a cell phone or tablet, from the market. Some of the new devices are the Galaxy S3, the Galaxy Note 2, and the Galaxy Tab.
So guess what my new, amazing, toy is? I finally have not only a super-phone, but potentially the best phone available on the market currently. The HTC Sensation comes with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor. 8MP camera with 1080p HD video capabilities. A 4.3” anazing display. As well, it comes equipped with HTC Sense 3.0.
Exoect to see a full review on the phone in the coming week.
Spotify is a program/application many people have been looking forward too. And after sitting down with the app and using it on my MacBook Pro as well my Android phone, I can understand why. Spotify allows you to access your music from the cloud on your smartphone as a free member. But Premium members of Spotify get the added bonus of searching almost any song you could think of, and listening to it on your phone. As well, Premium gets you an ad free version of Spotify on your computer. Now free users are able to search for any song they like and listen to it on your computer which is a very nice feature.
When it comes down to recommending Spotify or not, it depends on your interests. If you want to pay for the service and receive millions upon millions of songs, then Spotify is the right app for you. But if your like me, and just want to listen to you own music library, I suggest Google Music. I have found Google Music to work faster over 3G connections when streaming my music. As well, the user interface feels more fluent and bug-free compared to Spotify.
App City is my new installment on my channel where I review apps available to smart-phones and computers.
Juice Defender: http://latedroid.com/juicedefender
This is a great app which has helped me save my Android’s batter up for to 2.5 days! Be sure to check it out in the Android Market.
Scanner Radio: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.scannerradio&hl=en
Scanner Radio allows you to listen to any police, fire, and emergency channels across the nation. You can listen in to your own home town, or listen in on another crime riden city. Like Los Angeles!
This app gives you scientific calculator for your smart-phone. Meaning, you can do just about any equation you could think of. As well, you can graph out the entire equation.
This app is great for school, work, just about anything. You can create quick and simple notes and categorize them into their own notebooks. You can also access your notes on any tablet, smart phone, or computer. The app/program can be downloaded for any platform you have.
Class Buddy: http://www.appbrain.com/app/class-buddy-student-planner/com.acj0.classbuddypro
A great app for students to help organize your class schedule, your homework, school events, and anything else school related. Be sure to check this out in the Android Market.
Documents To Go: http://www.dataviz.com/products/documentstogo/
This app allows you to view and create Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint files on your phone. You can also share these files between devices and emails. The only downside is this app runs up to $15 and will soon go back to $30.
Google Docs: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.google.android.apps.docs&hl=en
Much like Documents To Go, this allows you to view and share documents. The only difference is, Google is giving this out for free!
This app is available for Android and iPhone. It allows you to actually view your voice-mail for a change! You can select the message you would like to listen to, pause, rewind, and fast-forward to any point you would like.