Ray Hollister’s articles and podcasts posted at Deemable Tech about mobile phones and tablets.
The only most interesting thing announced at the Apple special announcement last week was the new Apple EarPods. Apple has redesigned the earbud headsets that have come standard with every iPod and iPhone since they were released in 2001. I picked up a pair and unboxed them for your viewing pleasure… See the video and read the […]
After the obligatory months and months of iPhone rumors, Apple has finally announced its latest smartphone, the iPhone 5. If you were waiting with bated breath for something new and exciting, go watch the iOS 6.0 announcement from WWDC back in June. The only really exciting features in the new iPhone 5 are the features that come with […]
I have a bad habit (or good habit depending on your perspective) of updating apps without even looking at the description. As soon as I see the badge next to the App Store, I will automatically update all apps as soon as I get on Wi-Fi. So far this hasn’t been to my detriment. I […]
Yesterday, I visited First Coast Connect’s Melissa Ross in Studio 5 to talk about the HzO Waterblock announcement that happened at CES. Here’s the full story posted at Deemable Tech. HzO WaterBlock Revealed at CES 2012
Here is my first radio news piece in case you missed it, or if you just want to hear it again. HP Open-Sources webOS [Audio clip: view full post to listen] TRANSCRIPT: RAY HOLLISTER: Recently HP announced that they are open-sourcing the operating system that runs their phones and tablets called webOS. In a nutshell, […]
I’ve never understood why people hate the rock band Creed so much. While I’m not a huge fan, I’ve always found their music at least palatable. However, from all of the Creed hate I read on the interwebs, it would seem that I am not in the majority. There are over five million pages of […]
Last night I uploaded version 0.5.0 of the JTA Bus Schedules app for WebOS. I made it so that the schedule webpage on jtafla.com opened inside of the app, instead of loading a new web browser card for each schedule. I don’t particularly like it this way, because it doesn’t give you any feedback to […]
Hey Windows Phone Series 7 users, when you get your phones at Christmas, copy and paste this: “EPIC FAIL!” Oh, wait, you won’t be able to!
Seriously? Windows Phone Series 7 will not have cut, copy and paste? You idiots! OK, it was bad enough that every time I saw the user interface on Microsoft’s new operating system for phones it literally made me want to throw up. (I don’t know why. It had something to do with how the virtual […]