Friday, May 6, 2011
[Android Games] Simple Solitaire Collection
Regular, Spider, Freecell, Forty Thieves
New in Version 1.12
- Bug fixes, stats tracking fix
- Forty Thieves Game Added (Thanks to sirpengi)
- Search button can deal if you have no trackball (Thanks to Eric)
- Menu button for saving, options, etc
- Click trackball to deal
- Undo using the back button
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Tuesday, May 3, 2011
[Android Devices] Portions of the user interface section were taken from our review of the Samsung Vibrant since both phones have the TouchWiz user interface.
Out of all the phones in the Samsung Galaxy S series, the Epic 4G strikes us as the most desirable for power users. Like all Galaxy S phones, the Epic 4G has a large Super AMOLED touch screen, a 1GHz Hummingbird Cortex A8 processor, and it will have access to Samsung's upcoming Media Hub store. The Epic 4G layers on several enticing extras that its line mates don't have--such as a slide-out keyboard, a front-facing camera, an LED flash, and most intriguing of all, it supports Sprint's nascent 4G WiMax network. The latter feature makes it the second 4G phone in the U.S. after the HTC Evo 4G
[Android Devices] Debuting just before CES 2011, the HTC Evo Shift 4G is Sprint's third 4G smartphone and also the most affordable one in its lineup. At $149.99 with a two-year contract, it's $50 less than the Samsung Epic 4G and the HTC Evo 4G and sure, the cheaper price comes with some trade-offs--smaller display, 800MHz processor (versus 1GHz), no front-facing camera or HDMI port--but the Evo Shift still has plenty to offer. Running Android 2.2, the smartphone has 4G support and solid performance. It also combines an easy-to-use physical keyboard in a more compact and solid design. If you're counting your pennies or prefer your devices on the smaller side, the HTC Evo Shift 4G is a great alternative to the Epic 4G.