Posts Tagged ‘homescreen’
  • Official Droid 2.1 update details released. To exclude new homescreen/launcher and live wallpapers.
    by Mike
    Posted February 8th, 2010 at 10:19 am
    Droid users: If you were hoping to get a nice replica of the Nexus One's 2.1 flavor of Android, sit down and get ready for some slightly disappointing news. The launcher on the Moto DROID official 2.1 OS uses the same pull-tab launcher, not the new 3D cube style of the Nexus One. Furthermore, the live wallpapers that are gimmicky yet cool are also MIA. It's not all bad however. For instance, multi-touch is now supported in the browser (finally) and the News/Weather Genie widget also come...
  • What the iPhone could be…(or already is if you use Cydia)
    by Mike
    Posted September 24th, 2009 at 12:37 pm
    I'll make it short and sweet. The sooner Apple drops this control nonsense the better off we'll all be. Visual example: The person(s) responsible for this homescreen, Teehan+Lax, dream of a day when they can release such a beaut to the iPhone world. Uhhh....such a store front is already available...it's called Cydia. While some won't for whatever reason take advantage of the unrestricted world that jailbreaking allows, others don't sit idle and wait for permission to control their own devic...
  • Become a statistic: Play video games. Eat food. Get fat.
    by Mike
    Posted September 17th, 2009 at 5:54 am
    Playing video games, especially extended gaming sessions, can cause a weird yet often experienced phenomenon. The phenomenon in question is the growing hunger that builds inside your gut with each punch, lap, shot, etc. Some have to pause their game, waste precious valuable seconds/minutes walking into the kitchen. Some are lucky to have a mini fridge in close proximity. But the coolest of the cool have a PS3 and are enjoying the new built in Papa Johns on screen ordering. Surprise! PS3 ...
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