From Symbian to Windows Phone, here’s why Android is the answer to Nokia’s software woes and how Google’s OS can ignite the Nokia of old.
This year’s IFA 2015 GPC is over and the key message is that Android is spawning an era of new smarter electronics from projectors to TVs and white goods.
Today, we’re unboxing and giving you our first impressions on the budget-friendly Alcatel Onetouch Idol 3!
The gang gets together, catches up on the week’s personal happenings, and then gets talking about Project Fi. For those who don’t know, Project Fi is a new wireless service (basically... a MVNO) by Google that focuses on the ability to move from mobile networks and Wi-Fi hotspots on the fly, as well as some simpler pricing for talk, text, and data. The functionality to switch among network...
We round up the best screen protectors, headphones, cases and more for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
The HTC One M9 and Sony Xperia Z4 have attracted a lot of criticism about their “old” designs. Let’s take a look at what’s going on, and why it’s happening.
If you had been in charge of designing the Sony Xperia Z4, what would you have done differently? What design and spec choices would you make?
With Sony announcing the Z4 today, there’s another handset that is just more of the same. So we’re asking, is innovation dead in Android?
Phones coming in a lower price point are gradually bringing high-end experiences, with perhaps just a few holes left in their evolution. So, we ponder the question of how midrange devices fare against the current crop of flagships from the likes of Samsung, HTC, and future phones from the likes of LG and Sony.
The Xperia Z4 is just hours “old” and already has much backlash. Let’s take a look at why the product actually makes sense for the market it’s intended for.