We wanted a way out of our two-year contracts early, without paying an early termination fee. Each carrier has done that for us, although the ETF is really just parsed out differently. Be it making sure your device is half paid for like Verizon asks, or a monthly fee for the option to leave, you’re still paying for that ETF in some way.
Flurry Analytics has published some new research, which suggests that although smartphone users might not like advertisements, they hate paying for apps even more.
Larry Page said he’s really excited about the Moto X during Google’s Q2 2013 earnings call, but the company’s recent financial announcements reveal Motorola is yet to become a profitable venture for Google.
This week’s edition will focus on the technology that was labelled “the next big thing” a few years ago. It’s time to talk NFC.
It’s a lot like Amazon, except these are Google sponsored results. That little sponsored box at the top of the results screen, which is surprisingly functional, is paid advertising space. If you click on the actual product, you’re redirected to the landing page for that product, on the site selling it.
Don’t trust the government? Google might have a solution for you. The search giant is reportedly experimenting with server-side file encryption for Drive.
This week we’re talking about whether or not the Nexus 5 will be a slightly changed LG G2, what exactly HTC Pro certification is, whether the recent Sprint TOS changes can get you out of your contract and more!
If Apple wants the continued support of carriers, they’ll probably have to soften their stance in regard to the iPhone. It’s the only device Apple requires support with, and the growing Android ecosystem is a large enough hurdle without having carrier roadblocks in addition.
A recent article at Cult of Android suggested that all of the problems OEMs are having could be solved by using stock Android. We respectfully disagree.
Every so often a device comes along that changes the course that its respective industry was on. Read on as we look at three devices which are capable of doing just this!