Early impressions on the Moto 360 vs. Apple Watch

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In case you’ve been living under a rock, the wearable space has grown drastically for major companies throughout the world over a few months’ time. With Google’s quicker-than-ever rollout of Android Wear and Apple’s first iteration of Apple Watch, things are bound to get ...

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Samsung: Good, bad, and what I’d change [EDITORIAL]

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No matter whether you love or hate Samsung, you have to admit they’re one of the strongest brands in smartphone industry. When it comes to Android they have consistently been perceived as the strongest one, particularly when we look at the market share. According to Localytics Samsung ...

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My week with Swype: the end of my search for the perfect keyboard

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I remember when Swype was the biggest thing to hit the market. Everyone was so used to simple single-letter typing that the concept blew us all away at first. Swype was a closed beta for awhile, and everyone scrambled to sign up for it. Even when it was released to the public, Swype was a... ...

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Has Apple gone too far?

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Apparently, Apple not only claims the right to censor what’s available for download onto your iOS devices, but they also reserve the ability to pull it totally off of your device if it slips past their reviewers in the first place. This means no more Quickpick in the Appstore, on iCloud, ...

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Where are the Desktops in the Mobile Ecosystem? [Opinion]

We all remember Steve Jobs’ statement that we’re living in the ‘Post-PC era.’ This statement was widely spread and some people truly started believing that the days of the PC were over. I do not share this opinion, I think we should look at mobile devices as an addition ...

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[Opinion] The ShiftyJelly Saga and What I’ve Learned

By now you may have read the blog/rant “Amazon App Store: Rotten to the Core.” This blog rant was written by developers ShiftyJelly and takes on the pros and cons (well more cons really) of the Amazon App Store and its “Free App of the Day” program. This piece has been ...

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Nokia Continues to Say ‘No’ to Android

What do you do when you think the ship you are navigating is sinking? Do you go down with the ship like the guy from "Titantic", or do you look for a life raft? Well despite all the warning signs that Nokia has been receiving over the past 2 years, they are going to stick with their sinking ...

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Android and You: User Responsibility

Back on 6 Oct., AndroidGuys published a Newbtorial called “How to Keep the Zip in Your Android.” The article laid out some rudimentary pointers about how to avoid sluggishness on your Android device by not over-taxing the available memory.  

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Android, Not Ready for Prime Time. Or Is It?

I need to start this article with a confession of addiction, it is what they tell me helps to handle my problem; Hello, my name is Ray and I am addicted to Technology. That being out of the way; I am like Napoleon Dynamite’s brother Kip, singing, “I love technology” at the end of the... ...

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My Impression of the G1 So Far

Vamien weighs in with his initial impressions of Android 1.0 and the T-Mobile G1 handset.

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Android Set to Deliver on Multiple Fronts

Not just for the techies and nerds, Android has mass appeal. Take a look at some various types of people who should see benefits from the new platform. Google’s Android platform is in the unique position of satisfying completely different groups of end users. Never before has a platform ...

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