The Android platform is closing in on an impressive milestone. We expect Android to be on one billion devices this year, but how soon will it happen?
Malware, malware, malware! You could easily get the impression there’s no hope for any of us on Android unless we install a security app or jump ship to a nice safe platform. What’s with all the scaremongering?
Flagship Android smartphones seem to be getting bigger every year. As the line between smartphone and tablet vanishes altogether we’re left wondering how big is too big?
Isn’t it about time you stopped defaulting to Amazon for your online shopping? The retail giant may be efficient, but there are definite question marks when it comes to ethics and the quality of Amazon’s electronics.
The hype machine is fired up and excitement is building as we see Samsung’s latest Android flagship sailing into view on the horizon. With expectations soaring there’s a good chance the Galaxy S4 will bring everyone down to earth with a thump.
As our friendly neighborhood search giant extends its tentacles, drawing together more and more useful functionality, you may well wonder if you can manage without Google. Would a lack of support for Google services be enough to turn you off a mobile platform?
How do you get the best deal for your money in the sub-10 inch small tablet market? What represents the ideal blend of features and quality at the right price? Let’s take a look.
It’s a brave new dawn for the company formerly known as RIM. As BlackBerry launched BB10 yesterday we watched with interest. Does the new platform have what it takes to compete with Android?
The fortunes of Sony and HTC make for a stark contrast. Sony has streamlined its branding and declared a clear premium device strategy focused on Android. HTC seems to be going in the other direction.
The argument that Android is popular because it’s cheap rather than because it is good has been bouncing around the interwebs for years now. Is the platform’s success based on price?