Monthly Archives: July 2014

motorola sandisk android usb on-the-go howto

USB OTG or USB On-The-Go lets you connect usb sticks / disks to some android devices such as the google moto g but not the asus nexus 7

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB_On-The-Go

android sandisk usb on the go

http://www.cnet.com/uk/how-to/how-to-tell-if-your-android-phone-or-tablet-supports-usb-on-the-go/

Motorola Moto G Single SIM 16GB Sim Free Smartphone

Motorola Moto G Dual SIM XT1033 (Unlocked, 16GB)

SanDisk Dual USB (OTG) 32G 

SanDisk Dual USB (OTG) 64G

motorola xt1033 moto g 16g a sub #200 android thats actually worth keeping

after buying (and then throwing away) many sub #200 androids from alcatel, htc, samsung and sony that are useless and unusable i think i have finally found one from motorola thats worth keeping

motorola xt1033 moto g

motorola xt1033 moto g

motorola xt1033 moto g

motorola xt1033 moto g

but even this one doesnt have an SD card slot or user replacable battery

motorola xt1033 moto g

The Indie Life

Luc Vandal

Yesterday, I’ve tweeted this regarding Kevin Hoctor leaving NoThirst Software for a new position at Apple:

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Let it be clear to everyone, I wish Kevin all the best and I am convinced that his experience will be greatly beneficial for all the Mail and Notes users. And let’s face it, 99% of us dreamed at some point to work for Apple and would really have a hard time to turn down an offer if it came by.

However, it seems that more and more people I know are moving away from the indie life.

I will tell you this: I cannot blame them to do so and I find myself thinking about doing the same from time to time. Here’s why.

The Game Has Changed

Let’s face it, the app gold rush is well over. It is now much harder to make it into the market and it requires more planning, financial investment and…

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