Samsung just introduced a great new device. So why are so many Samsung fans disappointed? And was it even possible for Samsung to release the Galaxy S5 with the S5 LTE-A’s specs in the first place?
According to Korea Times, Apple and Samsung are coming close to a ceasefire and possible arrangement that could end their patent war. We’ve heard this more than once before, but could it finally be happening? Should the war even end?
The Energi 2K is the “Worlds Most Affordable Wall Charger with Battery by TYLT,” but is that good enough for you? Other chargers and power packs might be a better fit for you.
Is there something rotten in the state of crowdfunding? It seems some companies are exploiting the goodwill and cash of backers on Kickstarter and Indiegogo, but what are the rules anyway?
Multi window is already on a number of OEM’s devices, but not on stock Android. Even Apple is bringing it to iOS. As smartphones grow larger and more powerful, there’s little excuse left for Google not to bring this feature to stock Android.
The industry keeps pushing bezels away like they are some kind of bacterial disease, making for devices that are nearly all screen. Is this a problem?
Now that the dust has settled a bit, and we all had time to ponder, how will Android be affected by Apple’s improvements to its platform? Is the new iOS a real threat to Android? What impressed you the most? What do you wish Google had come up with instead of Apple? What annoyed you?
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Wishing that iOS 8 would fail or trying to dismiss it as a pale imitation, is self-defeating for any Android fan. Who else is going to drive Google to do better things? Microsoft? BlackBerry? Seriously?
For Android Wear to take off we need developer support. What is Google doing to make the process enjoyable for them? We have a testament of the experience!
More folks have begun switching to prepaid in the United States, finding its a way to get great service at a much cheaper price. Thanks to Tmo, we’ve also seen the growth of no-contract postpaid. So how do contract vs no-contract options compare?