From Htcyou: Verizon nailed the original Droid release perfectly, pumping out eminently successful marketing for an excellent phone. Round two of Verizon’s advertising for its newest Droids is beginning in a Hollywood style way with this Droid X promotional video that plays like a movie trailer. More »
During December in England and Wales, 46% of smartphone owners said that they were considering a Nokia, but that sinking number has dropped to about 33%. Six months ago, 19% declared that they were going to buy a Nokia as their next smartphone, but today, only 10% are now committed to Symbian. The iPhone is the overwhelming choice among those who responded to YouGov’s poll. More »
- iPhone game Nimble Strong will save you a few hundred dollars by teaching you bartending 101 for only $5.
- Despite ignoring the Chinese market, Apple intends on opening 25 more Apple Stores…for millions of people.
- Parking issues? The OpenSpot Android app will help find open parking spots, for you.
- When it comes to flash gaming, one thing is certain: Super Junior fans are better gamers than SHINee fans.
- Hey!Say!Jump! for joy — Hey!Say!Jump!’s album hit the number one spot on Oricon charts.
- Pink animals…are they real? Go here to find out.
- Alikewise — Online dating based on book tastes? You better believe it, bookworms.
From Htcyou: Today’s accessory of the day is the Aquapac Handheld Case, a waterproof phone case. With summer in full swing, so are the reasons to get close to the water. What’s also great about this water-proof case is that it’s salt-water and UV resistant (sunlight) and will keep your HTC phone safe up to a depth of 15 ft. Interestingly enough, you can also use your phone while it’s in the case underwater. Obviously to not place calls (unless you have fish on speed dial), but still works aside from that. More »
From Htcyou: Google’s new OpenSpot application for Android just made life a whole lot easier by helping you find parking spots. For those of you who drive in a city, remember how hard it is to find a parking space? I can’t drive yet, but trust me, the number of times my dad has had to circle around the neighborhood looking for a free parking space is too many to count (try every Saturday in Flushing, Queens). More »