Tag Archives: Android

No Google Reader? What’ll I do? What’ll I do? (panic)

In my search for an RSS reader to replace the dying Google Reader, I finally settled on Feedly with a few modifications. But that’s me, and I have my own specialized news-reading needs. What about for the rest of us? … Continue reading

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Tap, slide, tap: Using alternative Android onscreen keyboards

I’ve got a problem with using anything smaller than a netbook. The keyboard and I just don’t get along. In fact it’s a little dicey with the small built-in netbook computer. I use all my fingers (10 at last count) … Continue reading

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Android adjustments 2: Preserving battery life

An Android phone puts many functions of a full-sized computer in a package you can stick in your pocket, but there’s a trade-off. It sure is a hog for power. That’s one of the first things I noticed with my … Continue reading

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Android adjustments 1: Using your phone as a USB drive

As I get more accustomed to my fancy new phone, I’m learning some of its capabilities and limitations, plus a few tricks on the side. i will share some of these over the next few entries. So if you have … Continue reading

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