If you’ve been hiding out in a cave for the past 24 hours, you probably haven’t heard that Apple unveiled iOS 7 with a brand new UI. For months, rumors have suggested that Jony Ive and his design team were working to flatten iOS and remove every last trace of skeuomorphism. Jony Ive delivered!
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When Matias Duarte, lead user interface designer at Google, showed off Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich two months ago, he was beaming with pride in his team’s creation. And he damn well should have; Ice Cream Sandwich is a thing of beauty, and may be the first Android version that is ... Read More »
One of Android’s biggest downfalls is the occasional lag throughout the UI. I’ve been using Android on and off (more on than off) since the release of the G1, and there’s no denying the lag exists. It has gotten better over the years, but nonetheless, it always seems to pop up when you least expect ... Read More »
Today, RIM announced that they have acquired The Astonishing Tribe. While the majority of Android users may not be familiar with The Astonishing Tribe (TAT), we’re pretty sure that most of you reading this know at least some of their work. Within the mobile community, TAT is most well known for being at the forefront ... Read More »
I’m sure you’re all bored with Froyo by now, what with it having been officially available on one device for two days now, so its time to move on to Gingerbread and fortunately Eldar Murtazin of mobile-review.com just outed a whole slew of fun new details about the forthcoming Android OS update.
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With the pending release of Android 2.2 (FroYo), Google has pretty much addressed all the core features the community was asking for. So what is the main focus for the next version of Android? According to TechCrunch, the Android team is “laser focused” on improving the user experience for the next release ... Read More »