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by TCP staff · October 23, 2012
The newly announced iPad mini may have a larger screen size and a thinner body than its fellow teensy tablets, the Nexus 7 and the Kindle Fire HD, but is it worth the considerably higher price point?
Check out this side-by-side comparison of the three hottest pint-sized slates today:
Kindle Fire HD
Android with Amazon skin
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Display size (diagonal)
Dimensions (height x width x depth)
7.87 x 5.3 x 0.28 inches
7.6 x 5.4 x 0.4 inches
7.8 x 4.7 x 0.41 inches
1024 x 768 pixels(163 ppi)
1280 x 800 pixels(216 ppi)
1280 x 800 pixels(216 ppi)
1.2GHz dual-core OMAP 4460
Quad-core Tegra 3
16GB. 32GB, 64GB
16GB, 32GB internal
You should have lots of interest and expertise as well as ideally some experience producing content in the realms of personal technology and consumer electronics.
You should enjoy wearing multiple hats, be flexible as roles and duties shift, and thrive on working in a fast-paced startup environment.
You must have a fun, friendly, and positive attitude.
You must either be in the Los Angeles area or willing to relocate.
We’re a startup based in Santa Monica, CA. We’re building a new online destination in the personal technology space and looking for smart and creative folks to be a part of our editorial team. Our work environment is fun and energetic, and we offer competitive pay with benefits.
Here are the three positions we’re currently hiring:
This role will work closely with our in-house programming staff as well as help oversee a geographically distributed freelance team of writers and content creators. You will be responsible for helping ...
by doctor paradox · November 18, 2008
Head to head BlackBerry Storm vs. Apple iPhone 3G comparator on Obsessable
So it’s official — I’m seriously sweating the BlackBerry Storm. This is made only slightly troubling by the fact that I have about 10 months left on my iPhone contract with AT&T. Having owned multiple phones on different carriers before there are pluses and minuses to consider:
You are almost never without service
Take advantage of free in-network calling on multiple carriers
Have extra voice minutes on one phone or another almost all the time
If you forget to charge one phone you probably have the other one available in the meantime
Get to play with two gadgets! You can take advantage of the best features of each and use each one for what it does best.
Starting with the most obvious: two phone bills every month
Either deal with the hassle of carrying both phones around at all times, or deal with the inevitability of people calling you on the ph...