Jason O'Grady developed an affinity for Apple computers after using the original Lisa and in 1984 he got a 128k Mac. He started writing one of the first daily Apple online publications (O'Grady's PowerPage) in 1995. After winning a major legal battle with Apple in 2006 O'Grady set a precedent that independent journalists are entitled to the same protections under the first amendment as the main stream media. He has written for the 8th and 9th editions of the MacBible (PeachPit Press) and has contributed to major Mac publications including a staff position at MacWEEK.
The Google Phone Pocket Guideby Jason D. O'Grady
This handy Pocket Guide by mobile device expert Jason O'Grady will steer readers through the secrets to using the latest phones on the market incorporating the Android platform. Some of the common features across the phones are expected to be: QWERTY or touch-screen keyboard, Google Search, Web browsing, Google Apps, IM/text/email, digital camera, YouTube videos, music player, Android Market, and more. With this essential companion readers will be mastering their Google Phones in no time!
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An excellent guide to the features of the Google operating system, as well as tips of care and maintenance of phones. This superb operating system is complex and has a lot to offer, and without the PocketGuide I may never have discovered some of the really cool things you can do with it. The book is short, to the point and small enough to keep in the pocket of a laptop case or pocket book so it's no hassle to carry it around. My wife and I have learned about a lot of useful features that apply to both my Droid Eris and her Motorola Droid--or any other Google Phone for that matter. For example, the GOS allows you to create a graphic "connect the dots" password that is far easier to enter than any text password. (Why didn't I think of that?) Customizing the home screen turned out to be remarkably easy--once the book explained how. There's not a stone left unturned. Probably the best how-to book I've ever purchased.