Nov 16 AT 4:47 PM Nick Sarafolean 60 Comments

Motorola is onto something with the Moto G

With Android now reigning as the dominant smartphone OS across the globe, it stands to reason that obviously a lot of people have Android smartphones. Unfortunately though, many countries are stuck with low-end Android devices that don’t do the platform justice at all. Some countries have the problem that better devices simply aren’t available in ... Read More »

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Nov 12 AT 12:52 PM Nick Sarafolean 32 Comments

KitKat should have included camera optimizations

A longtime sore spot of Android devices has been the camera. For years now, people have lamented the fact that the images produced by Android devices haven’t quite stood up to some of their competitors. Don’t get me wrong, I think that what Google did with KitKat is great. The optimizations for lower-end devices without ... Read More »

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Oct 25 AT 6:07 PM Nick Sarafolean 29 Comments

Six ways to protect your phone

If you’ve ever dropped you phone, or for that matter any electronic, then you know that the moment after the drop is horrendous. You’ve heard the crash, possibly even the shatter of glass, and now you have to brace yourself to pick it up and survey the damage done. But it doesn’t necessarily have to ... Read More »

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Sep 23 AT 2:52 PM Dustin Earley 32 Comments

Happy 5 birthday Android!

Where were you five years ago today? I don’t know exactly where I was, but I know I had no idea that a phone and operating system that was destined to rule the world were being unveiled by Andy Rubin, then T-Mobile CTO Cole Brodman and HTC’s Peter Chou. On September 23, 2008, the HTC ... Read More »