My Country is a game that has been out for quite some time now. I originally started playing this on my iPod Touch 4g, but got kind of angry because of the small screen. I recently learned it was out on Android, and found it worked GREAT on my tablet!
My Country is one of those city-farming games, as I like to call it. There are a lot of city-farming/building games out there and this one seems to blow the other’s out of the arena.
The aim-of-the-game is to make a large, beautiful city (Or Country). Like any others though, you have to earn experience points, level up, and rack in a lot of that cash. You can do this by collecting rent from Residential places, Business, and several different Industries as well. This game reminds me more of a Sims City game than any other however, because you also have to build different power stations and keep your Ecology up to place certain buildings, and also, you can place buildings, roads, lakes/rivers, etc. anywhere on the map that is open.
There are few cases out there that offer complete protection for the Galaxy Tab 10.1, but this one does just that!
This case made by Gumdrop, is a complete, wrapped around, fully protected case for this tablet.
On opening the box, it was difficult for me to get the case open. It has 2 pieces, and when first trying to take it apart, you may have some trouble, but don’t worry, after the first time, it’s less complicated to figure out how to get the case off of the tablet.
iBallz has been universal for a bit now, but a lot of you may not know that!
iBallz is a case replacement, that offers very great protection for tablets, but was invented originally for the iPad.
Now, they have the iBallz Minis, available for all tablets, including the Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Tab 10.1, and Galaxy Tab 10.1v.
I ordered the iBallz Minis in black almost a week ago and got them just a couple days back. And I already have a lot to say about these.
The sequel to the Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, has a release date now for the United States – November 13th. It will only come in the 16 GB variety at first for $399. It is sad that it is no Galaxy Tab 7.7, but the main difference between the two devices is that the 7.0 Plus has a 1024 x 600 resolution and the 7.7 has a 1280 x 800 resolution on Super AMOLED Plus.
GalaxyTabs.com is in need for a few part-time writers. We are looking for three to five new writers to come up with a few posts a month each. Currently the budget is $5 a post for 200-300 words. We can only afford to pay for twenty posts total (for all the writers) a month so this is definitely a part-time gig. All payments will be made through PayPal on the first day of each month.
So what are we looking for in a writer?
A love for technology, especially the Galaxy Tab line, is a must. That takes much higher priority over a skilled author. As long as you can write without spelling or grammar errors, then you are good. You must also own a Galaxy Tab, for obvious reasons.
What will set you apart?
Even though being a strong writer is not required, it always helps. Experience using CMS or blogging software such as WordPress, Joomla, or Drupal. A digital camera or camcorder could come in handy for some types of posts.
What types of posts will you be required to write?
The same type of posts that you see here already – news, App of the Week, reviews, and more.
How do you apply?
Just shoot an email to email@example.com with your name, age, two tech related posts (200-300 words), and a little about yourself.
We previously reviewed this case for original Galaxy Tab, but Waterfield Designs were kind enough to send us one of their brand new Galaxy Tab 10.1 cases.
If you are anything like me, then protecting your Galaxy Tab 10.1 is paramount. The Ultimate SleeveCase offers excellent protection from minor drops. It is “cushioned with high-grade neoprene and wrapped in a nearly indestructible ballistic nylon shell.” You will feel safe taking your tablet around with you in this case.