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I dont have one of these phones but I would love to try out Windows 10 on a phone. check out this article about Windows 10 at Tomshardware

I came across this app on the Android Market and I just had to make a post because while I am not a great fan of the glitchy software is Quickbooks from Intuit I think they have an amazing FREE application for individuals who have the need to collect payments from credit cards. I have signed up and have the FREE bluetooth card reader in my hands. It doesn’t get much simpler or better than this. For the grand total of Zero Dollars I have a software application on my Droid X that and a bluetooth card reader that I can use anywhere with a Verizon Wireless Signal to collect payments by credit card. Of course there are transaction fees for using a credit card but its a small price to pay to get the $$ from your customers right now! I suggest everyone with a smart phone check this out, you have nothing to loose.

Well its been awhile since I posted on my website here but I just wanted to take a minute and tell you that I bought a Motorola Droid X back in December and this thing is amazing. I have used some other people’s iphone’s so I can speak with experience that the Droid is a pretty amazing piece of technology. The iphone is amazing as well, Apple has the lead with the number and quality of apps, but seriously how many fricken aps does one person need anyhow, I think its all a little over the top. Once you have Red Laser, I-nigma, Sound Hound, Angry Birds and a few other applications the rest is just gravy. I really like the DroidX, Motorola could have done a little better job on the UI, but who cares its an Android you can change everything. I have been using the launcher Go Launcher Ex and the Android 2.3 gingerbread keyboard. I tried every other launcher available and most of them are a little twichy, Go Launcher has at least on my Droid X been super fast and very reliable. The other thing I replaced on the Droid X was the Email Client, I use Microsoft Exchange and I have found Touchdown to be an amazing application well worth every bit of the $20 that they charge for the app. Some of the original Droid X users were given Touchdown because out of the box the DroidX was really poor with Exchange Motorola is now of the opinion that their 2.2 update that came in Nov or Dec I dont know which fixed Microsoft Exchange Support. Well I beg to differ, I have 3 of them in our office and they all had their own weird issues most of which are related to contact sync issues. I think everyone should have an Android Phone Droid X is my favorite and I have tried them all.

I have been a Windows mobile user for years, I think it is a great mobile device but has been eclipsed by the cool factor going with the IPHONE and the Android phones. My Samsung Omnia running Windows Mobile 6.1 is a touch screen phone that can run hundreds of thousands of applications available on the internet, Apple would like you to believe that the Iphone invented the Smartphone but the truth is that the Windows Phones and Blackberries have been around much longer, and are much more suitable for business applications. With the Addition of Android phones it makes it more difficult then ever to make a decision on a mobile device. I personally think that the Android is the best phone going, sure Apple still has a little better app store, but the open source nature of the Android platform has endless opportunity for growth. Although I do not have an Android phone yet (due to the contract limitations from my friends at Verizion) I have two employees who are running Android phones and I think they are simply amazing devices. Both are Verizon Wireless, while At&T would like you to think they have better coverage then Verizon that definitely isn’t the case in our part of the world. I have experienced both the HTC Droid Eris, and more recently the Droid Incredible, that phone is Incredible in every sense of the word, its FAST, has great features; Gps, facebook, google, and so on, tons of storage, and is simple to operate (for those of us blessed with the technology gene). I will say that this device would make my Mother and my Father go insane, and me as a side-effect, but that is the same for the Windows Phones and the Iphones. I still dont know if I will end up with an Android phone as Microsoft is set to release their new Windows Phones around the same time that my contract is up with my Omnia, but if I was to choose today between an Iphone or a phone like the Droid Incredible, I would definitely pick the incredible, and you should too.

Follow these links for more information about Android devices at one of my favorite sites, AnandTech.com