Would you like to know what mobile operating system dominates in your state? Planning to move anytime soon? Here’s a map that can guide you in the right direction! Stats and info graphics are always fun, but today we have something extra special for you.
This map shows which US states are dominated by Android, ... Read More »
Blame it on Android’s massive popularity or Google’s lack of mobile patents, but Android is being attacked on all fronts. On one side, you have patent trolls like Oracle wanting to feed off Android’s success. Then you have companies like Microsoft, who would rather resort to lawsuits and lawyers to win, instead of building a ... Read More »
There’s a common stereotype that iPhone users tend to be less educated about the technical specs of their phones. I’m not one to make fun of anyone, and that truly isn’t what I’m trying to do, but these statistics definitely deserve a bit of my time. It seems more than a third of iPhone users ... Read More »
One of Android’s main advantages is volume. Not a week goes by that we don’t hear about some new Android device that’s coming out in the near future. It’s this nonstop river of Android phones that has catapulted the platform to the number one spot worldwide. As someone who keeps an eye on this avalanche ... Read More »
Succeeding the I’m Watch, the I’m Color is a wristwatch that comes packed with a customized version of Android. We have seen other major manufacturers bring similar ideas, like the Sony Ericsson LiveView, and Motorola’s just leaked Tracy XL. Though these manufacturers’ prestige is much higher, the I’m Color is definitely not staying ... Read More »
It’s that time of the week again, folks. Another research firm is reporting that Android is the most popular mobile platform in the U.S. This time is Nielsen’s turn, which today released its mobile report covering the three-month period from February to April.
Echoing Gartner’s report from two weeks ago, ... Read More »
T-Mobile really wants you to know that its 4G network is the fastest one out there. In fact, the carrier is willing to give you a cool 1,000 bucks if you can prove them otherwise. That’s confidence right there. During this weekend, you can bring your iPhone to a T-Mobile store in the Seattle area ... Read More »
One of our readers Jon asked AT&T support how he could download the U-Verse app to his Android phone. The response he got was, “Unfortunately Android is not high tech as a iPhone.” I don’t know if she ever answered Jon’s question, but the U-Verse app for Android is limited to AT&T phones so that ... Read More »
Do one third of Android users really want to switch to the iPhone? That’s a headline I saw this weekend and it’s being reported over and over that a good portion of Android users secretly lust for Apple’s iOS.
It turns out the source of the survey ... Read More »
What does the typical Android user look like? How are they seen by iPhone users? What do BlackBerry users think of iPhone users? Full comic after the jump.