About Cody Sharp

Cody likes sports, games and sports games. He has also been known to read about sports, games and sports games.

Verizon HTC Incredible vs. iPhone HD

By |2010-04-29T12:34:03-05:00April 16, 2010|Features|

Product-reviews.net reports, “The Incredible will pack a 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED display screen (multitouch capacitive), capable of outputting a resolution of 480 × 800 px. It will run on Android 2.1 OS, with HTC’s Sense UI. Other specs include an 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash, 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 512 MB RAM and 512MB ROM.” The phone will reportedly be released on April 29th, 2010 across the US...

iPhone and iPod Touch Multitasking in OS 4 – Just Not for 35 million of You

By |2010-07-06T10:06:11-05:00April 15, 2010|Features|

Many of you read my article from 2 months ago that said point blank that OS 4.0 would not contain multitasking. The reason being, I said, was that Apple would want to continue supporting all of their iDevices on the market. Well I was wrong...mostly. In fact, they are adding multitasking to OS 4 and they aren't letting all of their iPhone and iPod Touch devices (out of 85 million iDevices sold, 35 million will not be able to use it)...

Skate It Preview for the iPad

By |2010-04-15T10:48:55-05:00April 15, 2010|Previews|

The first video of EA's new skateboarding iPad Game, Skate It can be seen below. Skate It for the iPad uses the iPad's touch screen to do all of the moves you know and love on the skateboard. Watch the action and see how just a flick of your wrist will be able to make you do some pretty sweet twists and tricks...

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Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch Beta OS 4 is Here – Plus Jailbreaker Info

By |2010-04-14T08:49:07-05:00April 14, 2010|Features|

Developers everywhere now have the ability to begin using OS 4.0’s new functionality right away. In fact, even if you’re not a developer, you may be able to secure access to 4.0 well before the rest of the public does in summer (very likely to be on or around the reported June 22nd iPhone HD release).

Opera Mini Browser Review for the iPhone and iPod Touch

By |2010-04-13T09:44:44-05:00April 13, 2010|Features|

In a surprise move, the Opera Mini browser became the first 3rd party browser ever accepted by Apple onto the App Store. Up until now, iPhone and iPod Touch users had just one choice for a web browser (unless they were jailbroken). Now that I have had some time to take it through its paces, I have enough information to tell you that it is a mix of both good and bad. Unfortunately the bad is caused entirely by Apple...

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Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2

By |2011-07-10T23:14:37-05:00April 12, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 may be 10 years old but it is still as fresh today as it was then. I remember playing this game with a joy pad on my PC for literally hours as a time. Every last thing has been reproduced in this iPhone/iPod Touch version from the graphics down to the same Punk/Ska/Rap music that was used upon initial release. Suffice to say, this all leads to one conclusion. It's good...

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The iPad vs the iPhone/iPod Touch – Demographic Differences

By |2010-04-05T09:25:16-05:00April 5, 2010|Features|

700,000 iPad's were reportedly sold on the first weekend. I found myself thinking this about the iPad's demographic and I wondered who the owners of the device would be. It will be a while before anyone puts out a survey that shows how people fall in but in the meantime it might be worth doing some analysis based on several factors. Those factors are: the device's cost, its ease of use, the way it will be used and how easy it is to break...

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