So you’ll remember last year, I traded my little Galaxy Nexus 3 for a Galaxy Note II, with the intention of eliminating the need for a tablet. I’m happy to announce I can actually use said phone for the purpose of…well, said phone. The point of getting a Note II (and one day, mostly likely the Note 4) was to take notes without needing to constantly carry around a notebook or laptop. Read the rest of this entry
Welcome to 2015, fans! If you’ll remember from our last time together, we looked at some gifts to get the freelancer in your life (or yourself if you were good last year) and I talked a little about my super buy of a Windows 8.1 laptop. And in today’s post, I’m combining both of them. Read the rest of this entry
A few weeks ago, I had been counting down the days until I could get my hands on the new Galaxy Nexus from Google. A friend of mine has the previous version and while I didn’t like the fact that there was no physical keyboard, I was hard pressed to find any of the newer phones having one.
So when my phone upgrade came, I earmarked my money for the Galaxy Nexus and I have to say that I am quite happy with it. It’s no surprise of course that I’m absolutely in love with Google and all things Google; I wasn’t intending to be a Google fan girl, but I have to say that I have been using a ton of their products for years and have just recently completely switched over. Read the rest of this entry