Try the testking. I do not now about Network+ but I got my CCNA only by self studying via testking and cisco simulator.
The free apps is a good marketing move since Android users will tend to check the Amazon App Store every day to find out what is free for that day.
Go for EVO of course since the EVO is supported by latest Android and hardware.
I will go for Atrix since what I need is a cell phone.
I think it is depended on what you need. Atrix is more as cell phone while XOOM is tablet PC. So, if you need cell phone, go for Atrix but if you...
Dual Core would be great if the software/application has been optimized for it. So, I think, in near future, dual core would be a great processor...
I think the fragmentation is a good thing since users have limitless options. As always, there is two side of each condition -- the fragmentation...
The best of Android is the limitless customization venture its offers. Another power of Android is the fast growth supporting applications.
I think it can be since Android 3.0 honeycomb is and Tablet PC powered Android. Even though Google said it will also works for smartphones but I...
I also cannot help either since both of phone not yet available in my country. But when it is available, I will go for Nexus S for sure.
It is natural since there are so many vendors that support Android.
It is natural Android is buggy since it is a new mobile OS. However, I think the bugs become less and less for each update.
I love the motorola droid but if Thunderbolt come with 4G, I may choose Thunderbolt.
For that budget, I suggest to have the HTC Wildfire. LG Optimus One is a good phone but the camera kind bad.
I will buy a app if there is no free version for it. And usually, I buy the games app.
Hope Android vendors hear this so we have a "different" cell phones in future.
I am not very sure yet but I choose HTC Thundebolt since I always love HTC's Android cell phones.
May be because any application will be able to access the entire phone system.
for me, it is a necessity since I use it for my work.
Good choice! Wildfire is surely a good option for budget android phone.
For this kind of choice, I always suggest to choose it which one that you familiar enough. It is not about platform but about knowledge behind it.
Welcome mate. Hope you can teach us about the mobile comics. ;)
From my point of view, higher the version means more in stability and more advance features but also more resources (for CPU and Memory) that needed.
I agree with PSkeptic. Root if you need to. If you find that there is no other option beside to root it.
So, if this logic is legal in front of law, we can hope that the companies will not do the "soon" think if they cannot deliver it. Hope better...