Connor Cottrell

My name is Connor Cottrell. I was born in Madison, Wisconsin. I lived just outside Madison for the first 12 years of my life, until I moved with my parents to the island of Bocas del Toro, located just off the north coast of Panama in Central America. I've lived here ever since. Since at first I was unable to speak the local language, I was homeschooled. Once I finished my basic education I started playing around more with computers. I started learning all the basic ins and outs. I became interested in the internet and decided to learn basic HTML and CSS code. I played around with a few blogs and other small sites before actually creating my first commercial site. It was a great experience, however soon after I realized it wasn't exactly what I wanted to do with my life. Even though I was extremely impressed with the way code works, it just didn't seem right for me. I knew that I wanted to work on the internet, so I decided to explore my options. The site that I had previously created needed some more marketing, so I volunteered to be able to widen my experience of internet marketing, mainly SEO. And that brings me to now. I've been working on learning all internet marketing strategies since. I'm currently working for myself picking up odd jobs here and there when I can find them. Now I am a proud member of TheAppleGoogle bring you the most accurate up to date information. A bit about my personal interests. I enjoy mountain biking and swimming. My favorite sport is Football. I love to spend time watching videos and keeping up to date on the latest fantasy news. But I have the most fun when I'm with my friends hanging out grilling over a fire on the beach.


Posts by Connor Cottrell

3 Android Apps To Make You Laugh

android laughIn this post, we will take a look at the Apps that are designed to make you laugh. We continue our journey to present to you the very best Android Apps that surely do deserve a place on your device. Here are the top/best three Apps for your Android device that will make you laugh each time you fire them open. Read More

3 Productivity Android Apps That Will Keep Your Life Organized

android marketLast week, we wrote about the 4 games that every Android user must have. Now we are going to take a look at a few Apps that will help you stay productive. Since there are so many different kinds of productivity apps, we tried to pick the ones that would be relevant to as many people as possible.  So without further ado here they are. Read More

Top 4 Android Games That’ll Get You Addicted

android marketIf you are a new Android user or you plan on getting an Android device, then you are likely going to download an arsenal of applications that fit your personal needs. With thousands of applications in the market, which one should you get first? Well, you could get on your phone or go to Android.com to see what the most popular apps are. But there are really good apps way down on the long list of Apps too. During the coming weeks, we will be covering some breath-taking Android Apps that will help you get the most out of your device. For this week, we will be covering the top Android games that’ll get you addicted. Read More

Amazon’s Appstore Reaches Other Countries

As is everything on Amazon.com, their Appstore has been a great place to pick up Apps for your Android devices. With the one paid App for free for a day program, Amazon has managed to capture a lot of Android hearts. However ever since it’s launch, this AppStore has only been available in the U.S.A, which is of disadvantage to users outside the country such as myself. It now appears though as if the restrictions have been lifted.
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Android Optimized For Intel Processors

 

Google and Intel announced some exciting news this morning regarding Android and the hardware that the OS will be running on. This announcement confirms the efforts that Google and Intel are making to produce Android devices running on Intel’s hardware, mainly their Atom processor line. Read More

Ultrabook Manufacturers Limiting Initial Shipments Due To MacBook Air Popularity

Top to bottom: MacBook Air, ASUS UX21, Toshiba Portege Z830, Acer Aspire S3, Lenovo IdeaPad U300s (Source: This is my next…)

 

The redesign of the MacBook Air has apparently been very pleasing to consumers. Apple is reportedly shipping 500,000 units per month. It’s easy to understand why this model is popular. It’s popularity has drawn attention of both Intel and PC manufacturers, to begin making their own Ultrabooks to compete with Apple’s MacBook Air. But reports seem to indicate that these manufacturers, who are mainly Asus, Toshiba, Acer and Lenovo, are just testing their models, only shipping a reported combined number of 50,000 Ultrabooks in their initial shipment. Read More

iPhone 5 To Be Released In October

An image of a Best Buy document shows that this major retail store is also expecting the release of iPhone 5 in the month of October. Read More

Did Apple Impersonate the Police to Find Lost iPhone 5 Prototype?

iphonejailAgain as the release of a new iPhone is imminent, stories of lost prototypes are surging just like when the iPhone 4 was released. It’s unclear whether this has happened again or if this is just a rumor. Read More

EA Releases Free Version of TETRIS

tetrisEA, the company we all love so much for bringing us such wonderful video games, also is bringing great apps to our mobile phones. For some time they have had a paid version of the game TETRIS. For those of you who are like me and don’t really like apps that have a price tag included, you’re going to love EA’s latest release for Android phones. EA has released an ad-supported version of their insanely popular TETRIS game called TETRIS free. Read More

The Official Steve Jobs Biography: Coming November 21st

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Steve Jobs is undoubtedly one of the most influential people in the world. The one thing about Steve Jobs though is the fact that he is not very open about his personal life. However, that all could change on November 21st when his personal biography hits book stores around the country. Since Jobs fully cooperated with author Walter Isaacson in the writing of his biography, it should be the best look that we’ve ever had at the life of Steve Jobs. Also Jobs encouraged all people who were interviewed during the research for the book, to be completely honest in their interviews. Some of those who were interviewed include ex girlfriends, competitors, adversaries, colleagues, family members and close friends. I’m not usually one for reading books, but this is one I definitively am eager to read. Here is the full description of the biography according to 9to5mac.com: Read More