More Free Android Apps than iOS Apps

No shocker here, the number of free Android apps has surpassed the number of free iOS apps. A Netherlands-based mobile analytics group, Distimo, has recently released a statement stating that there are 134,342 free apps for the Android phone. This is about 12,500 more free apps than are available on Apple’s iPhone. There are other [...]

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Google Talk Video Calling on Android

Have you been dying to make video calls on your Android device over Google Talk? Well, die no more. Yesterday, with the announcement of Android 2.3.4., Google has brought Google Talk video calling to the Nexus S and eventually other phones running the “Gingerbread” version of Android. With the update, will you not only be [...]

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Wacom Stylus for iPad and others

Steve Jobs was once quoted as saying concerning other tablet and hand held manufacturers, ““If you see a stylus, they blew it.” Well Steve, like it or not, there is a growing industry for styli…on your own devices. That’s right, manufacturers from no-names to the creative big boys are coming out with their own versions [...]

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ZAGG introduces ZAGGsafe

This week, ZAGG introduced a new product called ZAGGsafe. Sadly it is not as it sounds…a bullet proof safe encasing your iPhone 4 with an impossible to crack tumbler that slides delicately into your pocket. No, ZAGGsafe is a warranty program, but luckily it is just as cool as a steel vault. Before you finish your yawn [...]


Check out Kindle Books from your local physical library

Well, it looks like your physical local library can renew its lease…at least for a little while. Today Amazon, the behemoth in content selling and distribution, has announced that it will be partnering with the content lending company, OverDrive to make Kindle books available for check out at 11,000 libraries nationwide. According to the official press release, [...]


What’s Your iPod?

Over the years, there have been quite a few generations of iPods, from the old black and white screens to (OMG) color screens, all the way up to the iPod nano with a touchscreen.  Apple tends to improve their products gradually, making improvements and touch-ups here and there (look at the iPad vs. the iPad [...]


Go Green, Get Green

I recently signed up with AT&T again and got my new iPhone 4, which I love more than a man should love an inanimate object.  I was signed up with AT&T a couple years ago as well, and I had a few different phones (none of them as nifty as the iPhone) before canceling my [...]

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Amazon Kindle Tablet? Let the speculation begin

Okay, okay, if you are tired of tech rumors and speculation, then you better move onto the next post on the ZAGG blog, because this one is saturated with them. The last couple of weeks, I have been reading and hearing various tech pundits mention, almost in passing, the possibility of an Amazon tablet. I’m [...]

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Three apps to get you through Baseball season this year

I swear the best holiday is opening day for the MLB season. It is as if, Christmas came early and Santa dropped a beautiful gift on my front door. Now unlike most, I have TWO teams that I adore very much (Baltimore Orioles & Philadelphia Phillies). Now when you think about tracking, watching, worshiping one [...]


What do you use your tablet for?

So, you finally broke down and bought some sort of tablet computing device (iPad, Motorola XOOM, Playbook, eventual TouchPad, Galaxy Tab, etc..) how is it? What do you find yourself using it for? Well, if you are part of the majority of ‘tabbing’ individuals, odds are you use it for one main task more than [...]

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