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.
Google Cardboard was a strange release at last year’s Google I/O. It almost seemed like a joke, until we realized the implications. Instead of an overly expensive virtual reality headset that’s not even in a consumer ready form yet, you can build yourself a headset out of cardboard. This means that you can take advantage ... Read More »
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 »
Android may dominate the smartphone market, but Apple still holds a big share. And the fact that Android Wear is exclusive to Android doesn’t help the smartwatch industry, as Google and its manufacturers are losing out on significant amounts of sales. With the Apple Watch being overly expensive, people would definitely buy a cheaper Android ... Read More »
Android Wear is a fantastic system with some great features when used with an Android device. Of course right now, it can only be used with an Android device. While iOS support would be great, the combo of Android and Android Wear makes for some cool functionality that many other smart watches don’t have. ... 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.