On the fence about whether you should keep that iPhone or make the switch to Android? Here’s 8 signs that your should ditch your iPhone.
The industry keeps pushing bezels away like they are some kind of bacterial disease, making for devices that are nearly all screen. Is this a problem?
This week in your world of Android: Android 4.4.3 landed, Sony launched the T3 and HTC launched the E8, the Galaxy F supposedly leaked, Apple got everyone talking, Samsung finally released a Tizen phone, Google updated several apps, Asus unleashed a ton of devices, and the Project Tango tablet made us all drool.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly.
Ever wondered why Apple is so popular? Hint: it’s about a heck of a lot more than just good marketing — though that certainly helps a lot.
Now that the dust has settled a bit, and we all had time to ponder, how will Android be affected by Apple’s improvements to its platform? Is the new iOS a real threat to Android? What impressed you the most? What do you wish Google had come up with instead of Apple? What annoyed you?
Join us in our Friday Debate, sound off in the comments, and vote in our poll.
Wishing that iOS 8 would fail or trying to dismiss it as a pale imitation, is self-defeating for any Android fan. Who else is going to drive Google to do better things? Microsoft? BlackBerry? Seriously?
Apple’s latest version of its mobile OS has arrived. So what’s new in iOS 8, and what’s simply recycled from Android and other mobile OSes? Join us as we take a look!
Apple has just taken the veil off iOS 8 bringing several new (to iOS) changes, including 3rd party keyboard support and a new predictive typing keyboard.
Apple will keep Beats Music for Android. “It’s all about music,” told Cook the Financial Times, while Cue was a little more reassuring in saying, “It’s on Android now, and we want to keep it that way.”
Why is Apple buying Beats? This questions will be answered in due time, but now we are certain this deal is to go through for $3 billion.