The CrowdGadgets newsletter is a weekly installment that will keep you up to date on the latest gadget and tech news from Pocketables, Good and EVO, and the rest of the CrowdGather gadget network, including Anythingbutipad, Anythingbutiphone, Anythingbutipod, and Zune Boards. Read the latest news below.
John, a longtime Sprint and HTC customer, is seriously considering a move away from both of these companies. Read his editorial to find out why. Andreas also posted his first impressions of jailbreak on the iPad mini and shared why Music Studio for the iPad is great for learning how to play the piano. And if you’re annoyed with the Verizon logo on your Samsung Galaxy Note II, you can cover it up with a vinyl overlay.
There are a number of great apps and games on Windows 8 and Windows RT, and we have reviews of two of two recent Xbox LIVE-enabled titles: Adera Episode 3 and The Gunstringer: Dead Man Running. The former is a point-and-click adventure with a great story, while the latter is an entertaining endless runner in the vein of Temple Run. We also have a review of the FlyGrip accessory which works with most devices.
Good and EVO
HTC’s financials aren’t doing well, but the company is promising to have some big camera and audio innovations this year and the lingering legal threats against the root community have finally been resolved. That being said, we want to know what your network carrier experience has been like, and you can always take your HTC EVO 4G LTE to Verizon prepaid if necessary.
The Pocketables staff is putting a renewed effort into bringing you exclusive coverage of the hottest devices and software that you can’t find anywhere else. This week, we’re spotlighting Tasker, a multi-purpose automation app for Android. It allows you to do all sorts of things, from automating everyday tasks to creating your own Android apps from within the app.
From our forums
- New to Windows Phone: Tips and Tricks?
- How’s 3.16.651.3 treating your EVO 4G LTE?
- How to update a Sony Tablet P to ICS?
- Modding a full-size USB socket into a M1
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