It looks like Apple has caught the Android app fever, but this app is not of peaceful intentions. The company has announced an app on its website that will help you transfer all of your data from your Android device to your iOS device. It’s called “Move to iOS,” and it’s pure evil.
In case your day got started on the wrong foot, here’s a bit of tech humor to lighten things up. A humorously odd Easter egg has been found in Google Maps, one that includes a picture of the Android logo relieving itself right onto Apple’s logo. The addition likely came from a rogue Googler, and ... Read More »
According to a new report from The Verge, Google is in the final stages of enabling compatibility between iOS and Android Wear. Since its launch, Android Wear has been exclusively compatible with Android, an unsurprising fact considering the hoops that need to be jumped through in order to make it compatible ... Read More »
Apple’s trade-in program allows you to give up your old iPhone and get some money for a shiny new one in return. It’s not the best value, as you can sell your old iPhone for significantly more online, but it’s quick and easy to do. But a report says that soon Apple will take in ... Read More »
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 »