CloudWraith News & Reviews Because what I say matters…

May 12, 2010

What Android Apps Are On My Droid Incredible?

Filed under: Hardware — CloudWraith @ 12:27 pm

Ever since showing people my new Droid Incredible the most often question I get is “What apps do you have installed?”. Well thanks to the AppBrain App I can show other people what apps are installed easily via the AppBrain Web Link or via the widget shown to the left.

What apps do you have installed on your Android equipped phone?

May 7, 2010

Droid Incredible Comes To Verizon

Filed under: Hardware — CloudWraith @ 11:36 am

I’ve been waiting for many months for Google’s phone the Nexus One to be available on a carrier other than T-Mobile. When they announced it would be coming to Verizon in the spring of 2010 I was ecstatic.

I was surprised to find that the Nexus One would not be available on Verizon. Instead, HTC who makes the Nexus One for Google would produce a Nexus One-Like phone branded for Verizon with the same specifications and call it the Droid Incredible. In reality the Droid Incredible is even better than the Nexus One. HTC included its HTC Sense interface as well as an upgraded 8 Megapixel camera (the Nexus One was 5 Megapixel) and an optical mouse instead of the Nexus One’s roller ball mouse.

These features along with Google’s Android 2.1 operating system, the 1Ghz Snapdragon processor, 512MB of RAM, 8GB internal storage and gorgeous OLED screen make this phone the most feature rich and capable phone available to date. Take THAT Apple fan boys!

I bought mine the day they came out. When will you get yours?

April 30, 2010

posting from an android phone

Filed under: Uncategorized — CloudWraith @ 2:18 pm

this is my first post from the android phone droid incredible

April 24, 2010 is Born

Filed under: Site News — CloudWraith @ 12:41 am

The Problem

For almost two decades I’ve been using the same internet nickname for game playing, email, forums and everything else that requires a login on the internet. The problem is that my nickname was a ubiquitous word that appeared everywhere. This meant getting search ratings were hard to get and made it pretty difficult for people to find my little patch of real estate on the web.

The Solution

Creating an internet handle that is unique, sounds cool and does not have a domain, gmail, twitter, or google account associated with it is pretty difficult to do these days. Finding something that doesn’t have thousands of search results is even harder. I was looking for a handle that I could obtain all these sites and utilities with yet be unique enough to rank high on the search engines. The ultimate find would do all of these things and still fit my persona.

The Result

After many whois lookups, google account trials, search engine tests and nights of brainstorming I finally came up with something I liked. Many people and companies have begun referring to computing and storage done on the internet as being in the cloud. In fact, it has become a pretty big (and common) buzzword in the tech community these days. We back up to the cloud, we compute in the cloud, we do word processing and emails in the cloud. The cloud is that nebulous network of computers unseen doing processes for people everyday and I am but an unseen traveler in that cloud. I am the ghost in the cloud. I am CloudWraith and this is my home.

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