Which Online Storage Company is Best for You? -

There are a lot of options online to store your data, I will be going through a few of the big contenders today.. 

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Review of Droid Bionic Ice Cream Sandwich ROMS -

  I have switched to a Motorola Droid Bionic, because I missed having new things to play with, having the. 

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App Review S Voice (Samsung’s Siri Clone) -

Samsung’s S Voice is the closest and best replica of Apple’s Siri, it does still need some tweaking. 

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CISPA – What Does It Mean To You and Me?

By joshua.combs | On Wednesday, April 17th, 2013 - No Comments »

Originally posted on JoshCombs.com You may remember the post I made about SoPA (IP Act) that I made back in 2011, well since then the people we have voted into power to help protect us from the evils of big governments are conspiring once again to lock down the internet. There are many reason’s behind it, but we are the ones who have the most to lose when it comes to our rights on. 

Which Online Storage Company is Best for You?

By joshua.combs | On Monday, October 22nd, 2012 - No Comments »

There are a lot of options online to store your data, I will be going through a few of the big contenders today. We will be reviewing Dropbox, Skydrive from Microsoft, Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive and Box.net. This is a non biased review as I have accounts on all of these services and I use them all equally and I will note why I use one over the others in more detail further down in this. 

[BETA] Android App for CincyGeek.com

By joshua.combs | On Saturday, September 15th, 2012 - 1 Comment »

I am pleased to share with you, my new app that I have been creating for the Android operating system. It has been tested on JellyBean so it should work on Ice Cream Sandwich and Gingerbread, but I need some beta testers to try out my app. I will continue to work on this app to show all of my posts and pictures like some of the other apps you may have seen from other sites. Also I am working. 

AT&T Switched on the 4G LTE on in Cincinnati

By joshua.combs | On Friday, September 14th, 2012 - 4 Comments »

Looks like AT&T is making good with their promise to have 4g live in more markets by the end of the year. It was announced a couple of weeks ago that Cincinnati was on the list to have 4g by the end of the year, and it appears they have switched it on tonight! Hopefully it is here to stay and not just a testing exercise. I am receiving the same speeds I was from Verizon when I had the. 

The New iPhone5

By joshua.combs | On Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 - No Comments »

Today Tim Cook announced the iPhone5  from the Moscone Center in California. This is the third time that he has taken to the stage, the last appearance was to announce the New iPad. During this keynote it was apparent that Tim Cook was not comfortable filling Steve Jobs shoes instead he had his key developers come up and share the new information instead of selling it to us himself. Today. 

Happy iPhone5 Day (Being announced 9/12/2012 1PM EST/10AM PST)

By joshua.combs | On Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 - 1 Comment »

Today is the big day for all Apple fans everywhere, it is the day that we learn what new features will be included in the 7th version of the iPhone. The new iPhone5 has been the most leaked iPhone to date, even with the iPhone4 snafu that happened when Brian J. Hogan left a prototype at a bar does not equal the amount of leaks that have been revealed. This shows how much of a tight ship that. 

Can Apple Revolutionize cableTV?

By joshua.combs | On Thursday, August 16th, 2012 - No Comments »

If you have watched any news sites, or television news today you have heard that Apple is in talks with television content providers. Could apple be planning on bringing the Apple experience to the television? Could they be doing it to prove to Google that a smart tv can be made if it is made correctly? I think Apple will do very well if they make it similar to the AppleTV that has been released. 

How To Install CyanogenMod 10 on your AT&T Samsung Galaxy III (SG3)

By joshua.combs | On Sunday, July 22nd, 2012 - 1 Comment »

Looking to get the latest version of Android, 4.1 Jelly Bean onto the Samsung Galaxy S3 for AT&T, but don’t want to wait for Samsung’s official update? Pay attention, because below are the instructions on installing CyanogenMod 10 (CM10) for the Galaxy S3, courtesy of CyanogenMod. Still, if Project Butter and Google Now are desirable features then read on for installing CyanogenMod. 

How to Get 50 gb DropBox on Your New Samsung Galaxy S3

By joshua.combs | On Friday, July 13th, 2012 - No Comments »

I was really disappointed with Verizon and AT&T when I heard they opted out of the free 50gb dropbox promotion that European and Sprint users are able to take advantage of. As good luck would have it the good folks over at XDA-Developers have found a way to get past this little hiccup. There are a few different methods that I will be sharing with you. The first method is to flash a rom. 

How to Install a Custom Rom on Your Galaxy Nexus (Verizon)

By joshua.combs | On Monday, June 18th, 2012 - No Comments »

I wanted to use Cyanogen Mod on my Verizon Nexus so I first needed to root my phone so I used the Galaxy Nexus ToolKit you can read my previous post about how to use the toolkit [HERE] I selected my current Rom which at the time was ICS 4.0.2 Then I made my selection to unlock my bootloader, Root my Phone, and other options by pressing option 7 Then after it was done rooting, I went to.