Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 10th Oct 2012 16:51 UTC
Apple The Verge reviews the iPod touch, and it's as good as ever. "This year's iPod touch is the best one ever, without question - Apple updated all the right things, and by giving the touch a big screen and good camera has made this mini tablet a more versatile device than ever. As a gateway drug into the iOS ecosystem, it does a great job of showing off all the iOS 6 features and apps, on a really solid piece of hardware. It's also a great way to get into the huge iOS ecosystem without putting an expensive data plan on your account - and thanks to iMessage, FaceTime, and Skype, there's a lot of communicating you can do just over Wi-Fi." The iPod touch rarely gets the spotlight, but I think it's actually one of the best and most clever products in Apple's portfolio. Not only is it simply a fantastic product, it also has zero competition. My best friend is pretty much in love with her iPod touch, and it gives her everything a smartphone has to offer without the burden of expensive contracts. For people like her, who do not want a smartphone and prefer a sturdy Nokia feature phone, the touch is a godsend.
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RE[2]: Galaxy Player, 5.0
by phoenix on Fri 12th Oct 2012 17:28 UTC in reply to "RE: Galaxy Player, 5.0"
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Install WebSharing on the Nexus, and never use a USB cable again. ;) Any browser on any station becomes your "sync agent".

There are others like WifiExplorer that do similar things.

Basically, it turns your Android device into a browsable network share over wifi.

If you have 802.11n, it's not much different in throughput compared to USB2.

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