For this week’s Friday Debate we ask which handset do you prefer: the HTC One M8 or the Samsung Galaxy S5?
This Friday Debate, we discuss the Fire TV. Amazon introduced their long rumored set-top-box this week, and it looks pretty impressive. Has Amazon gained the upper hand on Google by releasing the Fire TV? Is the Chromecast still a good deal now that the Fire TV is out?
Although new handsets from HTC, Samsung and Sony offer many improvements over their predecessors, they arguably lack a certain ‘wow’ factor. Can newcomers like Oppo and OnePlus bring back the ‘wow’ factor to the smartphone market?
The concept videos that we were shown and the details we were able to glean from the SDK suggest that Android Wear is miles ahead other smartwatch platforms, like Samsung’s Tizen or Pebble. So, did Google just appropriate the wearable market for itself? Will Wear be for wearables what Android has been for mobile? Do competing platforms stand a chance in face of Google’s onslaught?
Join us in the comments and vote in the poll.
As Google continues to slowly push away from SD cards, we wonder: what’s your preferred method of storage: SD cards or the cloud? Join us as we discuss the matter!
The two hottest smartphones of the moment are clearly the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Sony Xperia Z2. Tech sites, social media, and blogs are teeming with comments favoring one device over another. The difference between them may be small, but for people planning a purchase in the following months, it’s important to know which is better.
So, what’s the hottest Android device of the moment? What would you pick between the Galaxy S5 and the Xperia Z2?
In this week’s friday debate we look back at MWC’s many announcements to discuss our overall impression of the event and what excited us the most.
In this Friday Debate, we look back at one of the biggest Android devices from 2013 and to its successor, due to make its debut on Monday. Although highly anticipated and predicted to break sales record, the Galaxy S4 was received with less enthusiasm that the S3 and the S2 before it. It wasn’t a failure by any means, but that lack of excitement turned into missed sales targets for Samsung. It’s safe to say that the Galaxy S4 was a disappointment.
Can any company still fork Android? Can Nokia create a successful Android device without Google’s apps? How does Google’s stance affect consumers? Join us in the discussion, vote in our poll, and sound off in the comments!
In this edition of the Friday Debate, we take a look to the other side of the fence towards Microsoft, the company that has put a Windows computer on every desk, but is now struggling to make Windows Phone worthy of its name. With Steve Ballmer out and Satya Nadella in, now it’s the best time for Microsoft to reinvent itself, or at least, to fix some of the problems that have turned it from mobile leader in mobile also-ran.