so I was thinking of getting the Note 4 but I am still waiting the note edge, is it gonna have the same price the Note 4 had ? and when is it expected to be released? should I wait for it or I shouldn't waste my time ?
Whichever mobile operating system you consider your favorite flavor, there’s bound to be things about it that are missing or frustrate you.
Hey, that’s one of the fun things about watching Apple and Google keynotes, right? “What will they add this year that has been missing or someone else has been doing better?”
Anyway, what is a feature that you can’t believe your favorite operating system still doesn’t have?
It's time for me to upgrade my cellphone and I've been doing me research on which phone I should get or even if I should even get one. I've been using the iPhone 5 since it came out and had a go with the OnePlus One over the summer and loved the phone, only problem with that was that the battery does not come out. Now I have ordered the iPhone 6 Plus, and questioning if I should even get it. What phones are out there that people would suggest, or is there something coming out that would be...
I was wondering, what are people's thoughts on the variety of modules for this product at launch?
I preordered the Moto X a few days ago and I'm a little ticked I didn't wait for the Nexus 6. The early specs on the Nexus 6 has it up there in terms of the smartphone world and I am a fan of the phablet, I have a Note 3 now. I wasn't going with the Note 4 because of the bloatware it comes with and I wanted a clean build so I went with the Moto X Pure Edition. I am kicking myself for not waiting for the Nexus though because it comes with 0 bloatware AND the phablet size I love. Should I cancel...
Android "L" Was just unveiled by Google at there Google I/O Event in San Fransisco, Showing off some really cool features, like a new refined UI, Better performance with a new ART Runtime, 5,000 new API's, and MANY other features. So I would like to know what you guys think of this new version of Android?
If you would like to know more about this version of Android, check out the Google I/O Keynote video: