Several times a year, we’re treated to the cream of the crop in phones from different manufacturers. It’s a cycle that generally repeats itself every year–sometimes even more than once in a year. Coming from the major manufacturers, most of these phones that run Android are outfitted with a custom skin that the respective company ... Read More »
How many of you use your smartphone as your primary camera? Many people do. It’s fast, easy, and you almost always have it with you. Most of the time, the quality comes close to that of a point-and-shoot, with the exception of something like a Sony RX100. Yet, smartphone cameras have many serious limitations, some ... Read More »
Is it quad-core or dual-core? How many pixel thingamajigs does it have? Is it equipped with the latest gizmo, gadget, or other gimmicky feature? We’ve all heard those questions from a tech nerd before. We’re hoarders, always trying to get the newest, hottest technology on the market. If our phone doesn’t have it, we generally ... Read More »
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Over the weekend Google teased some big announcements were coming to Google TV on Monday, but so far all we have seen is a blog post about a new YouTube udpate that is coming later this week. Many are assuming that the YouTube news was the big announcement, but Google actually ... Read More »
Samsung, have you learned nothing from the past couple years worth of advertising failures? You could have done so much with your Super Bowl ad, but you didn’t. You did nothing but brag about a stylus, and make fun of one of your main competitor’s customers. Samsung blew a monstrous opportunity yesterday to show off ... Read More »
Call me Mr. Grumpy, but I can find something to complain about in every Android handset. The following is a list of gripes I have with several handset makers. Feel free to add your own in the comments.
I am taking a chance here by discussing a topic such as this, and in particular taking the stance that I am taking. So, with that in mind, let’s just get down to business.
As is usually the case with these sorts of things, we’ll start off with a disclaimer or two. Most importantly you ... Read More »