- At Massey Hall waiting for the Dan Lanois/Emmylou Harris Wrecking Ball show to start! Happy b-day to me!! http://t.co/vS5RTJVJgf 7 hours ago
- Ok guys BRB my spaceship just arrived. http://t.co/NYgpEXG5NF 1 day ago
- In which I talk about the Heartbleed bug's effect on the Android platform: itworldcanada.com/blog/androids-… 1 day ago
- Someone asked if I wanted to immediately go play some craps, but I hate having to make an on-the-spot dice spin. 2 days ago
- How I know it's spring: when I furminate my cat, there's enough castoff hair to make a kitten. http://t.co/uU1XaCz74D 2 days ago
Author Archives: globalhermit
Last week’s launch of Google Play pulls together apps, movies, music and books into a single user experience, and puts part of it into the cloud. Read my full blog post on this at IT World Canada.
I’ll admit it – I feel a bit guilty when I order things online, when I could get them at a local bricks and mortar store. Yes, I love the ability to buy nearly anything I want and have it … Continue reading
Angry Birds Space hits app stores on March 22, but Samsung Galaxy users get a 30-level bonus. See my full blog post on this at IT World Canada.
Earlier today, Apple announced the next gen iPad…what does this mean for Android tablets? Well, it really depends on your perspective. See my blog post on this at IT World Canada.
Wondering about cloud-storage options for your Android phone while waiting for Google’s cloud drive? Check out my blog post at IT World Canada for a few options.
Think dual-core mobile phones are fast? How about quad-core phones, then? There have been a few new quad-core Android smartphones announced at Mobile World Congress. See my take on how the performance bump might affect the battery and heat in … Continue reading
Canonical believes that Android smartphone owners will want to dual-boot into Ubuntu Linux if they can. See my whole blog post on this at IT World Canada.
Panasonic aims to make a splash with its forthcoming waterproof Android smartphone, the Eluga. See my full blog post on this at IT World Canada.
Have Siri envy on your Android? Don’t worry – there are a few alternative apps for Android. You can see my full blog entry here.