For this week’s Friday Debate we take a look at IFA 2014 and what we are most excited to see at next week’s event.
Building on previous Android customizations, Screen Filter dims your display so to help you see your device in the dark. No vision correction here, sorry, just a super dim display that is easy on the eyes.
The Gear S is one of the first mainstream smartwatches that isn’t just a “companion” device to a paired smartphone. But is it really capable of being your primary mobile device?
In past years, IFA has been almost synonymous with the launch of the Note series, but this year we have lots of other cool stuff on tap. Here’s a brief preview of the news we expect to come out of Berlin next week.
Do we need to improve smartphones any further or are they good enough? What would you really like to see a major improvement in? Do we need better batteries and displays, or greater durability and longevity?
Join us as we take a look at Android’s design guidelines and what they mean for both developers and Android users alike.
We look at the range of new mobile processors destined for Android devices later this year, including new 64-bit Snapdragons, Exynos, and Nvidia Tegra SoCs.
For this week’s Friday Debate we discuss what we would change about Andriod and its ecosystem, if we had the power. What would you change?
Telecom companies use a variety of techniques deemed astroturfing.
Android customization – The latest update to Tasker allows you to place buttons in your Notification bar. Use these buttons to control music, send SMS, turn on your TV and more. If Tasker can do it, you can have a button to make it happen in your Notification bar.