After starting out in the world of smartphones, Google’s Android has since grown its presence in the world of technology by appearing on tablets, televisions, eyewear and more. Now it looks like we may know the market that the Bugdroid has its sights ... Read More »
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XOOM back to 2011 and remember what significant event took place in the Android tablet world. If you couldn’t gather the answer from our rather obvious (and pathetic) pun, then we’ll cut the crap and just remind you that the Motorola XOOM came out then. While it had its flaws, the XOOM rocked the Android ... Read More »
The Moto X, in a purely spec based world, isn’t anything to brag about. Yeah, there are some handy software features, but being able to totally customize the color of the Moto X is the device’s real selling point. In a world of brightly colored Nokias and iPhones, the Moto X still manages to stand ... Read More »
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This week, I’ve been musing on what drives tech manufacturers to innovate. Knee-jerk reaction is that it’s to make money and sell more devices, duh. But what consumer needs do these new innovations appeal to? My answer: the need to be lazy.
Hear me out! What some may call efficiency or convenience, I chalk up ... Read More »
Amazon’s family of Kindle Fire devices has been one of the most successful tablet lines out there, even giving Apple some serious competition. For 2013, it appears that the company is once again upgrading its line of tablets and adding some substantial improvements. In a new report from BGR, many of the details regarding these ... Read More »
[Poll] Android Tablets: WiFi Only, WiFi (but Tethered to Phone HotSpot) or 3G/4G; Which Do You Prefer/Use?
I have had quite a few Android tablets since the Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab, but none with 3G/4G connectivity; and I have not felt a shortcoming, as I have been able to access data through WiFi on home/office routers, public HotSpots, as well as my Android phone’s WiFi HotSpot.
So I still cannot ... Read More »
Today’s launch of the Nexus 4 and Android 4.2 comes with a bit of sad news. Android Open Source Project technical lead Jean-Baptiste Queru announced today that the Nexus S and Motorola XOOM will not be updated to Android 4.2. Both devices will finish out their days on Android 4.1.2, just like the ... Read More »
It’s no secret that part of the reason carriers were so quick to embrace Android in its infancy had a lot to do with how flexible the OS, and the manufacturers making devices, were. Devices like the Verizon Droid XXL Mega Battery 2 HD 4G LTE, which will never be updated, are a direct product ... Read More »
Recently there’s been rumblings that Google will release up to five Nexus devices this holiday season, but some have openly wondered if Google will even release one. The number of Nexus rumors is surprisingly low for this time of year, so we reached out to several of our old friends to see if they could ... Read More »
Android 1.0: 9/23/08 Android 2.0: 10/26/09 Android 3.0: 2/22/11 Android 4.0: 10/19/11 Android 5.0: 10/9-30/12?
I think the timeline is setup for us ... Read More »