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About Vincent Messina

Vincent Messina

Vincent Messina

Self-made billionaire, inventor of the Large Hadron Collider and owner of the NE Patriots turned father, writer, musician, chasing little green robots.

Posts By Vincent Messina

Nexus 4 Fanatics use a bit of Detective Work to Uncover Approximate Sales Figures

January 3, 2013 |

The Nexus 4 didn’t exactly have the smoothest launch and was riddled by server crashes, fluctuating stock, and just plain miscommunication. Despite all of these mishaps, the sales of this pure Google device continued to soar. Well, at least that’s what we were led to believe by the perpetual “Sold Out” notification and ever slipping shipping dates. Read More

Ubuntu for Phones: Just Another Hobby for the Neckbeards

January 3, 2013 |

Today, Canonical threw us Android users a bit of a curve ball by announcing Ubuntu for phones. Ubuntu for phones is different than Ubuntu for Android in that it acts as a mobile OS on your phone as well as a desktop OS when docked. This is a bold move considering Canonical doesn’t seem to have the backing of any OEM or carrier, never mind a viable ecosystem to sustain such a move. Being able to launch Ubuntu when docking your Android device is one thing, but erasing Android from the equation entirely is, well… just another hobby for Neckbeards. Read More

The Android Mascots That Could Have Been: “Danger, Dan Morrill!”

January 2, 2013 |

We’ve all come to love the adorable little green robot known as bugdroid, but did you know the first proposed mascot more resembled the love child of Rosie the Robot Maid and the Robot from Lost in space? That’s right! Long time Android engineer Dan Morrill was doing some, erm.. winter cleaning, and came across a few relics that could have changed the entire course of Android’s history. Read More

Let the fun Begin

January 1, 2013 |

Now that we’ve been introduced, it’s time to get things started. The first thing we need to do is start spreading the word about Hashtag Android. In order to do this, we need your help. Since we’re starting fresh, we need you to start adding us to your favorite social networks in order to stay up-to-date with all current #Android content. Read More