Be Together. Not the Same. Part 2

About 4 months ago I posted an article as to why I am going to purchase the iPhone. After a lot of thinking I have decided...

Cord Over Wireless Charging

Tuesday night you could find me in a Verizon Wireless store playing with a wireless charger while deciding if I NEED one or not. My first thought was will I sit my phone down long enough to let it charge?

Be Together. Not the Same. Part 1

I have been a dedicated Android user since 2009. I have always enjoyed the capabilities it possessed such as the open environment. My Android screams hack me, manipulate me, do cool stuff with me' and I say yeah, Yeah, YEAH!

3 Things You Never Thought a Smart Watch Could Do!

In anticipation of the soon to be world wide smart watch hype, I decided to get a Pebble Watch just to get an idea what it was like to have my phone notify me of things on my wrist. Instead I learned much more than that!

5 Ways to Maximize Productivity Using 1 Key

Many times when I show users shortcut keys using their keyboard they are very excited to have learned it so I thought I would pass it on. On a daily basis I use a number of keys on the keyboard to navigate different functions quickly without touching the mouse...

May 22, 2013

Stay on track with your goals with Any.Do

If there's one thing I enjoy about mobile, it's the ability to cross sync across to other platforms. There's no need to start something on your phone that you can't continue elsewhere. Here's 12 reasons to use Any.Do to accomplish those goals on the go or at your desk.

May 10, 2013

Keep everything in sync on your Apple device and your Android device

It's common that people who enjoy Android devices prefer an iPad to be their primary tablet. I am one of those people. Even before I owned an iPad I felt it was important that productivity apps never kept you out of the loop because you didn't have your phone. This article proves the same but it includes the need to be able to see these other files on other mobile devices just as you update them on your primary device. 

"Keep Android and iOS in Sync, Part1: Data, Email, Contacts and Calendar