Author Archives: Cory Gunther


Dynamic Keyboard uses prediction to increase key size as you type

Third party keyboard alternatives for Android is a booming business. From Swype, SwiftKey, Fleksy and more. Today though we've just been tipped off about an awesome looking new app called Dynamic Keyboard. And it's exactly that. A Dynamic keyboard that uses a powerful prediction engine like most, but the keys will actually get bigger and easier to hit as you type, and as it learns.

iPhone gets colorful to take on Google’s Moto X

For all you tech junkies and Apple fans tomorrow is iPhone 5S day. Where we'll finally see Android's competition and what Apple has been working on for their new iPhone, not to mentioned that often rumored 5C. Last week Apple sent out invitations for a September 10th launch event full of pretty colors, and it's clear they want to offer customers more color choices. Just like Nokia, and now Google with the Moto X. Oh, and we can't forget about that colorful iOS 7 reboot.

Twitter app for Android tablets leaked, get it now

Last week at the annual IFA conference in Berlin, Germany, the folks from Samsung showed off and announced a new Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition tablet. Along with improved specs and a decent slate, a few eagle eyed viewers found a surprise. What was that? An official Twitter tablet-optimized app. Something that should have been released 2-3 years ago.

Acer 24-inch Android all-in-one PC hands-on

Now that Acer has announced and shown off a few new smartphones and tablets this year at IFA, how about a 24-inch desktop PC running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean? Well, that's exactly what we have with the brand new Acer DA241HL All-in-one PC, which they announced earlier this week. Below check out a few pictures of this ridiculous tablet that doubles as a PC monitor.

Amazon Kindle smartphone tipped to be free for all, off contract

The speculation around Amazon and their mobile aspirations haven't let up, and ever since the first reports of a Kindle smartphone nearly two years ago we've been waiting to see what they have planned. Well, recently we've been hearing a lot more rumors about Amazon's Kindle smartphone, but this latest one sure takes the cake. Talks of a free device, one that's completely off contract.