In this week’s Friday Debate we discuss whether tablets are still relevant in a world full of bigger screen smartphones. Be sure to vote in our poll!
Why pay when you don’t have to? We take a look at five things you should never pay for on the Android platform and discuss the free services, features, and apps that deliver.
OnePlus has shaken the industry with amazing accomplishments, but today they are impressing us with what could be the worst packaging job we have ever seen.
Motorola is very confident about the Moto 360 and believes all other smartwatches are “crappy”. Would you agree with them?
With the mobile design team head leaving the company this week, we decided it would be a good time to take a look at some of Samsung’s smartphone designs over the years.
How do Android Wear and the new Silver program fit into Samsung’s grand plan for world domination of the consumer electronics market? It looked like a Google vs Samsung battle had been averted a while back, but there could be more trouble on the horizon.
Android users are promiscuous hillbillies, iPhones are for the rich and hip — so suggests two new surveys
A set of new surveys both seem to reach a similar conclusion about Android: it’s for those that can’t afford Apple. Of course, we all know this is a bunch of BS.
Recently a report has surfaced claiming that Google is preparing a new initiative called Android Silver, which is designed to take the Nexus line’s place. Is this a good move for Google?
The number of Flappy Bird clones highlighted just how prevalent the practice of copying successful games is. But where is the line between copying and pirating? How serious is the problem and what is being done?
A class-action anti-trust lawsuit alleges that Google rose to the top of search because it forced its own products on Android manufacturers. The lawsuit seeks damages for individuals who have purchased artificially high priced devices due to Google’s alleged price-fixing, anti-competitive restrictions.