Battlefield 3 on your Android Smartphone.

  Battlefield 3 is an action packed war game available on the Xbox, PS3, PC and on my Android Smartphone, (well kind of ;-)).  If you want to know where I have been lately, point your browser to Battlefield 3 Battlelog. You will see I have been playing this awesome war game for 57 hours and 54 minutes over 3 weeks, for a total score of 424911. It has taken me ages to get to the rank of Gunnery Sergeant 1 star. I will not hold it...

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One click file sharing with Android Beam using NFC on ICS smartphones.

Android Beam is great for transfering information and files from one smartphone to another using NFC and the power of Ice Cream...

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App Review: Lloyds TSB Mobile Banking Android App.

I cannot remember when last I stepped into a bank and that is because I do all my banking online. I have been banking with Lloyds TSB for the past 12 years and have never experienced a problem with them. Over the years their website has changed with the times and has become very user friendly and a pleasure to use. So naturally when I got my Samsung Galaxy S II, I was hoping there was going to be a Lloyds TSB Android App. I logged...

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Cooking up a SGS2 ICS 4.0.3 ROM sensation.

One of the great advantages of the Android operating system is the ability to install different firmware versions on your Smartphone. These different flavours of firmware are called ROM's.  Detailed instructions after the jump. They are 'cooked up' by brilliant individuals known as 'ROM cooks', who take a standard Android OS and modify it to make the whole user experience better. Some cooks add personal touches such as better looking...

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Why are wireless Bluetooth over-ear, noise cancelling and in-line microphone headphones so scarce?

It is safe to say the mobile headphone or earphone market is massive and has been growing stronger ever since the decision was made by the mobile phone makers to agree on a universally standard 3.5mm audio jack instead of their own proprietary connector. Another more obvious reason is the current explosion in smartphone, net-book and tablet technology. These devices have become more portable with bigger storage thus allowing us to...

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