So you’ve got an idea for an app? For those aspiring to occupy a small portion of digital real estate in the pockets of countless smartphone users, this is an important step. But before the first line of code can be written or the IPO is filled one must choose which platform is best for their budding creation. Read on to find out why developers choose Android.
Is Google’s increasing control over Android ultimately good for consumers? Is the move from open source to proprietary worrying you? How should other companies react? Join us in the discussion, vote in our poll, and sound off in the comments!
How did Samsung climb the ranks to become Android’s biggest OEM and the world’s most popular mobile phone manufacturer? We take a look at Samsung’s beginnings, it’s early successes, the Galaxy S line’s domination of Android, and the copycat claims that have plagued it.
We take a quick look at how the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 compares to the company’s current flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S4.
A quick look at how LTE works, some of the benefits of LTE, and current global subscriptions and expected growth rate of LTE.
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A new trademark has now surfaced for a new Motorola device under the name “Moto G”. The big question is whether this might be the Moto X Google Play Edition or something else entirely.
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From the first cell phone call in the 1970s through to the latest smartphones this industry has come a long way. We take a look at some of the breakthroughs which led to the incredible popularity of the ultimate convergence device.
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