Tag: cell phone

  • Hardcore Gamer vs. Casual Gamer

    Hardcore Gamer vs. Casual Gamer

    Hardcore Gamers vs. Casual Gamers, which bucket do you fall into?… Actually, a better question to ask is what is your definition of a Hardcore Gamer compared to a Casual Gamer? Would you consider someone who games on the Wii a casual gamer because they have to interact with the system in order to control it?…

  • Save Wet Cell Phones By Using White Rice

    Save Wet Cell Phones By Using White Rice

    Have you ever been taking a leak while simultaneously tweeting the act, then accidentally dropped the phone in the toilet? Was your first reaction to plunge your hand into the urine filled bowl to retrieve the device that you can’t live without? That’s disgusting, but now that you’ve rescued your device and gotten over your fear of…

  • Alamo Drafthouse Movie Theater Cell Phone Policy

    If you’ve never heard of the Alamo Drafthouse don’t worry, you’re not alone. It’s a chain of theaters that allows you to drink beer while watching a movie, or so I’m lead to believe. Either way, it’s not really important to the story. A few days ago a story broke about how a woman was…

  • To Nobody’s Surprise Google Announces the Nexus One Android Phone

    That’s right, as expected Google’s big announcement [so far] is the next phone in the Android family, The Nexus One. Pictures and reviews have been floating around the web for a couple weeks now so this announcement is no surprise. Nexus One Specs 3.7″ AMOLED Display 480×800 Trackball – mutli-color notification LED Light/Proximity Sensors 1…

  • People Who Hold The Hands Free Headset

    I think most people who have a cell phone these days are familiar with the term hands-free headset, especially with more and more states making it illegal to drive while holding a phone to your ear. Now along with hands-free headsets are bluetooth headsets which are a little different. Bluetooth is a wireless technology that…

  • Sprint Cellular Service Terrible Indoors

    To preface this post, I personally do not have Sprint, I have been a loyal AT&T customer since my first cell phone back in 2000 and honestly have never even considered switching carriers. I don’t know why so many people have problems with AT&T, but I’ve never run into anything major other than the phone…