If you're in the market for a new Smartphone, you're probably comparing Apple iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy Nexus. But which one is better? Bellow you may find some information that I hope will help you to choose the right one. Design Place these handsets next to each other and it immediately becomes obvious that… Continue reading Which one is better: Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs. Apple’s iPhone 4S
2011 was an explosive one for the mobile industry. The industry was rife with action, growth, progress, conflict, winners, and losers. We saw the birth of the Android tablet; the rebirth of the Android, iOS, and Windows Phone platforms; the death of webOS-based phones and tablets; the failed AT&T-T-Mobile merger; and all sorts of industry… Continue reading My Top 5 stories of 2011 in mobile tech
Twitter has begun to rollout a major redesign of its website, and has released updated versions of its iPhone and Android apps, as well as its TweetDeck client, which match the site's new look. Let’s have a look what changes are in the new Twitter app for iOS and Android: 1. Keep tabs on important… Continue reading New Twitter design for Web, iOS, and Android launched
We know that Apple's iOS and Google's Android. Both are real blockbusters, and we don’t need to find any reason why they can't simultaneously thrive for years to come. At the moment, with WebOS undergoing an open-source reboot and RIM's next-generation BlackBerry OS apparently nowhere near completion, only one other phone platform has an immediate… Continue reading iOS and Android: Is there any possibility for a Windows Phone to be third major player?
Microsoft might have sold hundreds of millions of Windows 7 licenses, and Apple might be managing to persuade tens of millions of people to buy iOS-powered devices every quarter, but the real winner when it comes to operating systems in 2011 as been Android, Google’s mobile operating system. Based on the Linux kernel, Android is… Continue reading Android – real winner in 2011, isn’t it?