Could we be seeing Windows 8 and Android on the same device?

Sounds unreal, right? Well, to start with, this is not any induced hypothesis. This is a soon to be reality. Asus has released two teaser videos that unveils its new product Computex 2012 and both the videos hint at the possible integration of Android and Windows 8 in the device. The device would be a

Apple might be working on an iHub and not iTV

Whatever Apple does makes instant news, and since they are so secretive about everything they do, a lot of rumors keep floating around. Apple enthusiasts have maintained for a while now that an Apple TV is in the works, based on various reports and based on hints found in Steve Jobs’ biography. The iTv, they

Siri For Android: Speaktoit Assistant

Speaktoit Assistant is widely considered as the best alternative to Apple’s Siri as a virtual assistant app for your smartphone.  The app was developed originally for Android devices and available for download in the Android market for free.   Now it has expanded to the iOS platform to take on Siri directly. Some highlights of the

Whooo Hoo!!! Parrot’s A.R. Drone App Arrives For Android

This is like the thing I’ve been waiting for most since CES, and I’m sure there are a lot of you in the same boat. No I am not talking about some tri-core, 5ghz tablet, that’s coming next year.  I’m talking about Parrot’s A.R. Drone control app for Android. Now if you live anywhere near

Finally, An Audio Docking Station For Android

Philips Fidelio Docking Stations Today at IFA 2011 Philips announced the first (nearly universal) audio docks for Android devices.  If you have ever taken a trip into a big box retailer, an online retailer, or gone to an electronics trade show you have seen the vast expanse of  iPRODUCTS.  This product designed to work with

Gadget Spotlight: Cobra iRadar

Apps have come a long way in the our nearly 3 years of Android bliss. There have been a few out there that work as radar detectors, police warnings, and other types of anti-ticket protection. The Cobra iRadar has now raised the bar in this area. The iRadar looks like your typical radar detector the

Motorola KORE, inappropriately touching both Sony Ericsson and Apple

Now with a very similar appearance to the iPod Nano could Motorola be opening themselves up for more patent trolling by Apple? Using an example of the language used in Apple’s filing versus Samsung,

“Instead of pursuing independent product development, Samsung has chosen to slavishly copy Apple’s innovative technology, distinctive user interfaces, and elegant and distinctive product and packaging design, in violation of Apple’s valuable intellectual property rights”

it seems entirely plausible that Apple could add this to their patent infringement suit.

Gadget Spotlight: Optoma PK301 Projector

If you’re in the market for a pico projector than Optoma is the first place I would look. Optoma has been an industry standard in projectors for nearly a decade, but long gone are the days of wheeling in the best projector to the conference room. Nowadays the pico projector is a must have for

Toshiba enters Android tablet market with the Thrive

Toshiba, more well known for there TV’s and computers are about to hit the tablet market with the Thrive. The Thrive will come in at 10.1 inches for a screen, weigh 1.6 pounds and be .6 inches thick. Front-facing 2.1-megapixel camera and 5-megapixel rear-facing camera for photos and video conferencing, a gyroscope, rotation lock, and

Control You Light Bulbs Using Android or iOS

I have been saying for awhile now that I cannot wait till the day that I can control the lights in my apartment using my Android device. I cam do almost anything else but that has been out of my grasp and many other till now of course.

Gift Ideas for the Tech Mom in Your Life!

Mother’s Day seems to be one of the hardest holiday’s to shop for, simple because there isn’t much help provided other than flowers and department stores. If you’re at all like me, then you know these are the most in-personable places to buy your gifts. We here at TheDroidGuy are here to help with that. There

Accessory Spotlight: Jawbone Era

Being a longtime Jawbone fan, I was so glad to get to test this device. It is a form factor that is a mix or the Jawbone Prime and the Jawbone Icon, making it pretty equal to the Jawbone II but with the great fit of being able to wear it without the ear loop.

Accessory Spotlight: Plantronics Voyager Pro+

As far as bluetooth headsets go, there are a ton of great ones to choose from. It just all depends on what you are looking for. The Plantronics Voyager Pro+ is great because of it’s battery life. I decided to test this one on a road trip with it connected to my primary phone using