Friday, September 24, 2010

Android SmartPhones

So i am a huge fan of the android operating system and want to make part of my blog about all phones and such related news. I have a rooted motorola droid that i have put my own custom work on. If anybody wants any tips on how to use there android phone, how to root it, or just general questions, leave a question in the comments and i will put a post up answering.  Does not matter what type you have, i will be able to answer a bunch for you. If you want a way to get wireless tethering for free, i can help you. If you want to overclock your phone and make it faster than it came then i can help. If you want to take off garbage apps or just change the entire look of it, i can help. Leave questions in the comments.

Got To Love Fines For NFL.

As far as NFL fines go, making contact with an official is a pretty good value. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports the league fined Cardinals safety Kerry Rhodes $2,500 for unnecessary contact with an official.  Rhodes was also kicked out of the game.  (In Rhodes' defense, the contact was pretty harmless. It appeared he was just trying to get the guy's attention.)Fake throat-slashing gestures, on the other hand, doesn't give you much bang for your buck. Broncos cornerback Perrish Cox was fined $7,500 for making the gesture following an interception last week.  His teammate, wideout Eric Decker, was fined $5,000 for a late hit according to the Denver Post.

Verizon Introducing Tiered Data Plans In 4-6 Months?

Ivan Seidenberg, the CEO of Verizon, confirmed today that tiered data plans may arrive in the next 4-6 months.  There was no mention of pricing or structure of tiers, but he did manage to take a quick shot at AT&T, claiming they don’t necessarily “agree” with the way they valued their data.  Most people are expecting the new pricing structure to hit about the same time LTE (4G) takes off.And surprise, surprise, the iphone was also brought up.  Seidenberg said that Verizon doesn’t feel like it has an iphone “deficit” and that they would love to carry it, but need to “earn it.”  Whatever that means?I’m actually a fan of the tiered data idea, to help with the congestion on the network.  Any reason a tiered plan would turn you away?

First NFL Post: Matthew Stafford's injured shoulder

So for my first NFL post, we will look at the lowly lions and their quarterbacks' arm.  In the world of NFL coachspeak, Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has a chance to play this week.
In the real world, Stafford can't throw a football yet.  Or making a forward motion with his arm.  Or untie his shoes with his right hand.  But hey, he's making progress, right?
"It's going good," Stafford told the Detroit Free Press after showing that he could raise his arm over his head. "I am just trying to keep my shoulder as strong as possible. Whenever I am ready to go, I will play. It feels better."
The Lions want to make Stafford's shoulder a week-to-week question mark, but he clearly doesn't sound anywhere close to playing. Much more NFL, smartphone, video game updates coming up!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Here is to a new beginning

So here is the start of my blog. I am a 20 year old college student that likes to do pretty much everything out there. With this space, some of my random thoughts and passions will be able to get through to people. One of the main things will probably be about the NFL and video games.  So here is to a new beginning and hope u enjoy.