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December 20, 2012 By Web de Recursos Cristianos

The Holy Bible 3D For PC

The Holy Bible in 3D for PC, is a program that contains the holy scriptures of the Bible King James Version, and offers the ability...

September 17, 2009 by

Review: Laridian PocketBible for the Apple iPhone

I go through quite a few mobile phones, but one of the main reasons I always have made sure I had a Windows Mobile device at hand was so that I could access and use Laridian's PocketBible application. Yes, an application has been so important to me personally that I have purchased and used devices just to be able to use that application. I have been beta testing an application that I am very excited about and am pleased to tell you all that PocketBible for the iPhone/iPod touch is now available in the App Store (iTunes link) for FREE.

October 15, 2008 by

Review: Over 260 images and 5 videos of the T-Mobile G1 Google Android device

The biggest mobile news of 2007 was definitely the Apple iPhone and I think the biggest news of this year is the Google Android. I enjoyed my trip out to see the T-Mobile G1 launch last month and have now had the opportunity to use the T-Mobile G1 for almost a week. As a long time T-Mobile customer I am pleased to finally see a 3G device and one as functional and powerful as the G1. The G1 is not perfect, what mobile device is?, but after getting to spend time with it I am very pleased and happy I pre-ordered my own for delivery next week. You can check out my hardware image gallery with 57 pictures and my other image gallery with over 215 images that show every screen on the device, including pop-ups and options that appear with tap and holds on the display. I also have included 5 YouTube videos that show the device in action. The T-Mobile G1 is the first Google Android device and as I state below, the future success is largely dependent on developer ingenuity and involvement.

May 5, 2008 by

iPods and the Inquisition

An enduring question: what happened to Islamic science and philosophy? In early and mid medieval times, it was the best on the planet: any system of knowledge that encompasses algorithms, Algol and alembics gets my vote.

April 18, 2008 by

What ultra portable meets my needs for under $1000?

I have spent quite a bit of time and even more money trying to find a solution that would help me be productive during my daily 2 hour train commute and while traveling. I have also added the restrictions that it has to be very portable, lighter than my MBP, and have a battery life that last 3-4 hours or more with connectivity to WiFi or Bluetooth for data. My final requirement is that the device has to cost less than US$1000. My minimum functional requirements are the ability to write in a basic text application, connect to the internet to work with email, research for articles and post blog entries, read an electronic version of the Bible, ability to resize photos taken with a digital camera so they can be uploaded and inserted into articles, and watch video content (either streaming of pre-loaded content).

February 25, 2008 by

Are 3rd party mobile applications dead? I hope not.

Michael Mace posted an article on his Mobile Opportunity blog that put me in a bit of a sad mood to start off my Monday morning. I realize my mobile usage is out of the norm, but I personally have a ton of 3rd party applications loaded on all my devices and find them to be extremely useful, fun, and vital to my mobile computing needs. Michael talks about how on-device applications are going away and being replaced by web applications. While I think there are some very good web-based and iPhone optimized mobile applications, IMHO nothing beats a good application loaded on a device.


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