Sunday, April 10, 2011

The Tech Temple Has Moved!


Blogger has been a great tool in aiding me with getting into the world of blogging and web site creation.  For those of you who follow this blog, I would like to inform you that The Tech Temple has officially moved to www.thetechtemple.com.  I've found that working with Wordpress has a more professional look and therefore, I will be using that platform in order to maintain a high quality website.  Click here for the new RSS feed for The Tech Temple.  Be sure to add it to your Google Reader as well.  Hopefully you like the new look of the new website.  I'm still adding to it and learning how Wordpress operates, so new things are to come in the near future.  Thanks for the continued following and I look forward to bringing you more great content :-)


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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

The HTC Evo Has Gone 3D...Don't Purchase That Evo 4G Just Yet!


via Sprint
HTC's Evo 4G was unarguably one of the hottest smartphones last summer, and Spint is looking to do the same thing again with the release of the HTC Evo 3D.  No specific release date has been given yet (I hate when carriers do that. Just do like Apple: announce something then release it week) outside of a summer time frame.  The two phones are identical from the front and pack the same features, minus the 3D capabilities of the Evo 3D that allow one to view/take pictures as well as video in 3D.  It also comes with a hefty 1750 mAh battery and great dedicated shutter button for photo taking.   Unfortunately the kickstand has been dismissed.  I'd rather have a 3.7" screen, same sized battery and kickstand in exchange for the 3D...but that's just me (c'mon now, how many people do you know with a 3D tv?).  


Check out Engadget for a video overview of the phone, as well as for a comparison of the Evo 3D versus the original Evo 4G.



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Droid Does...Dancing?


Via TopNews
In order to promote their new Xperia Arc, Sony decided to grace the mall with it's presence using the little green guy himself.  Don't let him fool you, he can do more than just the robot...Android can get down!  I can't even lie, it's pretty amusing and entertaining.


If you haven't heard of the Xperia Arc and it's available in your area, you might be doing yourself a favor by giving it a look.  It's an extremely nicely designed phone, smooth looking interface, thin and has a great camera for taking stills as well as video.  Even better, it ships with Android 2.3. 



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Monday, March 21, 2011

Sprint + Google Voice = Goodness


Image representing Google Voice as depicted in...Image via CrunchBase
Sprint and Google Voice have combined forces in a way that should benefit all customers.  You no longer have to have a smartphone in order to get all of the benefits that Voice has to offer.  After pairing your mobile number with your Google Voice number, the receiver of the call (or text) will see your Voice number.  Furthermore, your texts and voicemails will all be stored in your Google Voice account once you logon using a computer.  And don't forget you can receive and make calls from your computer as well...all for free!


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