2015 will see a large number of mobile SoCs finally reach 20nm and beyond. We examine how far mobile SoCs have come and what to expect in the coming years from a process size perspective.
We take a look at the Nexus brand, what it is supposed to represent, how it has or hasn’t changed and whether it really matters.
The lack of progress on the smart home front is frustrating as self-interest ensures fragmentation is a major problem right now. Google and Apple are taking different approaches to home automation, but who will connect the pieces?
Android permissions and, specifically, Android flashlight apps have been getting a lot of scrutiny lately. Is there cause for concern? Let’s find out.
As a wider range of high-end smartphones and tablet beginning to make use of AMOLED display technology, we break down the key technological differences between AMOLED and LCD.
A new report indicates that Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus, a phablet by any other name, has been a major hit. We look at what this means for the industry.
From Froyo and Gingerbread to Lollipop, Android has undergone some significant changes in the past two years. We examine how the ecosystem has changed.
As the year draws to a close we take a look at five features that would get us excited about the 2015 class of Android smartphones. Where should Google and the OEMs go next?
If you’re thinking about ditching your Android for an iPhone, you need to stop, take a breath, and think about what you’re throwing away. There are some special things about Android that you’re going to miss once they’re gone.
In a recent interview, Huawei made no secret of the profitability of Windows Phone 8, or the lack thereof. Let’s examine some of the OS’s problems.