Trusted technology research and advisory company Gartner has released its latest smartphone market share report today, and while the numbers spell bad news for Samsung (as bad as being the number two smartphone manufacturer in the world can be), Android is still on the rise globally.
According to Gartner, Samsung was ousted ... Read More »
Beau HD from PhoneDog gives us 12 reasons why the Sony Xperia Z3 is better than the iPhone 6 Plus. There are a host of differences between the two devices, and in this video we learn the advantages the Xperia Z3 has over the iPhone 6 Plus. Some of the reasons include dust/water resistance, expandable ... Read More »
Our friends over at PhoneDog have released a new video outlining 7 reasons why Android 5.0 Lollipop is better than iOS 8. Do you agree? Are there any reasons they left out? Let us know in the comments.
The Nexus 6 was originally set to feature a fingerprint sensor nestled in the dimple on the back of the device. The news comes as the result of an interview with Dennis Woodside, former CEO of Motorola. What was the reason for the decision that left the production model without a fingerprint sensor? ... Read More »
Our friends over at PhoneDog have produced an excellent video detailing 12 reasons why the Nexus 6 is a better smartphone than the iPhone 6 Plus. The reasons they include range from the physical build of the phone and how it feels in the hand to the subtleties of the Android operating system. Do you ... Read More »
We’re no strangers to Samsung ads that poke fun at Apple. For the last few years, Samsung has been makingcommercials making fun of both Apple and its die hard customers, but in a lighthearted way. They were funny and not really insulting, and they were good ... Read More »
Apple announced today that it has agreed to acquire both Beats Electronics and Beats Music. The Cupertino firm will pay a total of $3 billion for the house that Iovine and Dre built, including $2.6 billion right away ... Read More »
Apple and Google are two of the biggest players in mobile, with each company constantly working to improve its mobile software in the effort to win over consumers and gain market share. Building their own OSes aren’t the only watt that these two wireless titans are competing, though, as a new report claims that they’re also duking it ... Read More »