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COOL: The Wilderness Downtown Project

September 14, 2010 | General | 20 Comments

OK, I don’t normally post short posts on this site, but this is worth sharing. The Wilderness Downtown Project, might be one of the coolest most creative websites I have ever come across on the web. It is an HTML 5 interactive Google Maps film that is customized for you. When you get to the […]

HTC Incredible Reviewed

The HTC Incredible on the Verizon Wireless network is one of the newest and most fully featured handsets on the market. The Incredible features a Qualcomm® QSD8650, 1 GHz Snapdragon™ CPU, Android 2.1, 8 GB of internal flash memory, a 3.7″ AMOLED screen (480 x 800), and a 8 megapixel camera w/autofocus and flash. The […]

Motorola Droid Review: Summary

The 4th and final post in my series of the Motorola Droid, I wanted to write up a short and quick summary of the phone’s hardware and software. If you would like more details, please look back at the other posts in my series: Android Market vs. iTunes App Store | The Droid Hardware | […]

Motorola Droid Review: The Software (Android 2.0)

November 29, 2009 | Software Reviews | 3 Comments

In part 3 of my review of the Motorola Droid, I would like to take an in depth look at the software featured on the device. The Droid is the first phone available in the US with Google’s Android 2.0 operating system. I have never worked with Android 1.x so I wont be able to […]

Motorola Droid Unboxing

November 11, 2009 | Unboxing Videos | 4 Comments

In this video, I am unboxing the new highly anticipated Motorola Droid which runs on the Verizon Network. The Motorola Droid is the first phone to become available with the new Google Android 2.0 OS. A full review of the device and its OS and apps will be posted at http://ATLChris.com very soon. Please subscribe […]

Display Your Feedburner RSS Subscriber Count

October 07, 2009 | How-To | 1 Comment

Recently, I added my Feedburner subscriber count to my sidebar on the right. Since I did this, I have had countless tweets and emails asking me, how I am able to display it as a number and not as one of the Feedburner chicklets. Let me start this off by saying that you have to […]

Gmail Gives Users The Ability to “Undo Send”

March 31, 2009 | General | 1 Comment

Google has added a new Gmail labs component that allows users to “Undo Send” an email for a few seconds after the message sends. Once the feature is activated, a new “Undo” link will appear next to every sent email confirmation notice. When clicked, the “Undo” will take you back to the composing window confirm […]

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