TextureGrip FlexiSkin adds grip to HTC EVO 4G

HTC EVO slipping out of your hand all the time? Then check out BoxWave's "washable and tear-resistant" TextureGrip FlexiSkin. It covers your EVO's naturally smooth

December 28, 2010 Accessories, Good and EVO

App Review: LastPass Tab and Xmarks for iPad

Like many other geeks, I spend way too much time browsing the Internet. Firefox on my laptop has become sort of my little cave, where

December 27, 2010 Android, Apple, Apps, Microsoft, Reviews, Tablets

Walt Mossberg names Dell Streak as worst product of 2010

If you value the opinions of someone who writes in the third-person and is often criticized for his biased views of anything that isn't made

December 27, 2010 StreakSmart

AppWall puts all your HTC EVO apps on one screen

There are several ways to fit more app shortcuts on your HTC EVO home screens. Some of them include widgets like Multicon or Launch-X Pro

December 27, 2010 Apps, Good and EVO, Tips & Deals

Coca-Cola holiday live wallpaper keeps HTC EVO in Christmas spirit

Just because the calendar says that Christmas is over doesn't mean that we have to stop celebrating, right? Our tree and decorations are still up,

December 27, 2010 Apps, Good and EVO

Dell Streak 7 could be headed straight to T-Mobile

Photoshop makes it incredibly easy to add some well-placed carrier branding to the upcoming Dell Streak 7, but when you consider that 1) there's a

December 26, 2010 StreakSmart

NBT’s Top 5 iPad Apps of 2010

2010 is coming to an end and the first year of the iPad is also nearing a close. Since its release there have been dozens

December 26, 2010 Apple, Apps, Tablets

iPad Today (Podcast)

I’ve been a fan of Leo Laporte for a long time. For those who don’t know the name, he makes podcasts. A lot of podcasts.

December 26, 2010 Apple, Tablets

Do we really need Flash?

A lot has changed since the iPhone was released 3.5 years ago, but there still is no support for Flash on it or the iPad.

December 25, 2010 Android, Apple, Microsoft, Tablets

Griffin Stylus Review

For the last 15 years we’ve been stuck with resistive touch screens that more or less required a stylus to operate properly. Now that we

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