The Samsung Galaxy S3 is an excellent phone with great specs, there is no denying that. One frustration with the phone for Verizon users though, has nothing to do with the phone itself- it’s that pesky encrypted bootloader. One of the great things about Android is the flexibility and freedom that comes with it. You can easily unlock devices and add custom ROMs, but this isn’t the case with the Verizon version of the Galaxy S3. The good news is that the XDA developer, Adam Outler, has managed to created a new method that will open up your boatloader.
For the average shutter bug, Sony’s ultracompact line is perfect for taking snapshots on the go. The latest addition is the super sexy DSC-T30, an upgrade to the T9 while maintaining the same appealing form factor. They’ve bumped the imaging sensor to 7.2 megapixels, which really is more than what the average consumer needs, and […]
Do you like the pocket-friendly dimensions of the HTC Touch Diamond, but prefer the availability of both a numeric and QWERTY keyboard? You’re in luck, because HTC is bringing a juicy little number to the United States in the form of the HTC S743. The reason why this particular Windows Mobile smartphone looks so darn […]