Free Doodle Board 1
the author of this app says:
Simply said, this is a free Doodle Pad. It's great for entering short notes or scribbling a picture while you are waiting, and it's free.
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer excitement, Amasung tablet coming and Skype gets an update but not what we were hoping for
On this weeks show, the ASUS Eee Pad we're dubbing the Transformer-top, hints at what may be next for PCs, Samsung and Amazon sitting in a tree and Skype gets an update but isn't quite what we were hoping for.
Top 10 must have free Android apps part two plus the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, AKA the PlayStation phone
This week, numbers five through one of our top ten best Android apps plus our video review of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, AKA the PlayStation phone
Andy and Sean get their hands on Apple's new tablet, the iPad....well, kinda. They talk about what it's designed to do, what it won't do, and whether or not it's going to be worth waiting for its spring 2010 launch date.
Our first chance to get hands on with Xperia Play. This smartphone runs Android 2.3, Gingerbread, and is a full-featured mobile. Slide the screen up though and you reveal a Sony Playstation style direction pad and the four Playstation buttons.
With Registry Booster 2010, your Windows computer is born again
Doodle is a scheduling application that helps you schedule stuff.
On this week's show, native video calling coming to an Android near you, Android caught up in the location data fray and Android offers more freebies than iOS. Also, Kate Abraham brings us her review of Kongregate and the wealth of games it provides.
The LG Optimus Pad AKA LG Optimus G-Slate is LG's first real attempt at a tablet and while it feels a little like toe-dipping to test the waters, it's a solidly built tablet running Android 3.0, Honeycomb, and offers some interesting features.
The Boogie Board can be likened to a high-tech chalkboard slate or Magnadoodle. It uses no power and erases with the press of a button. Andrew takes a Gadget TV First Look.