Tagged: nexus one

Quick Review: Sipdroid 2

Quick Review: Sipdroid

At work we’ve been playing with SIP softphone clients. There are a number of remote workers and this would be much more convenient for them to use than something like Skype. Of course, first I had to fix NAT/SIP issues which is another post for another time. Today’s post is about a softphone client I tried out on my Nexus One (aka The Google Phone). It is called Sipdroid, and...

Ok AT&T, I’m offically sick of you 2

Ok AT&T, I’m offically sick of you

Look, I understand that cell phones are imperfect devices.  Hell, everything computerized is imperfect.  That being what it is, I only have so much patience and I’ve reached my limit with AT&T Wireless.  They suck, and they drive me up a mother loving wall.  All I want to do is be able to make a bloody phone call, and I can’t.  For years, I’ve accepted a multitude of dropped calls...

Nexus One a week later 0

Nexus One a week later

I’m just going to really quickly outline my thoughts of the Nexus One after having it for a week: The trackball is basically useless for navigation, except for getting around in text fields. It does a great job glowing though, and damn is it bright. The unit is still lickity split fast, except it can get hung up if you try to do too much at the same time. The...

Video: Android Folder Demo 2

Video: Android Folder Demo

Today is another one of my Android/Video series. The video is very short, just over 2 minutes in length, and it focuses completely on the folder aspects under Android. (View in high def) I’m just going to quickly reiterate the 3 aspects of folders in Android that I covered: Standard Folders – The main purpose of folders is to create ways to “gather” your applications all together, keep them out...

Developing on an Android device under Windows 7 4

Developing on an Android device under Windows 7

One of the first things I did after getting my shiny new Nexus One was to plug it into my computer for development. After all, development was the entire reason I bought this very expensive new toy (well, it might not be the only reason, but it is the one I use to justify actually plunking down and buying it when I already had a fine and functional iPhone). I...