Mobile

Has Samsung beaten Canonical at its own game?

The Samsung Z is set to hit Russia in the third quarter of the year. This phone is powered by the open source Tizen operating system. For those who didn't know, Samsung has been quietly developing Tizen in the background for three years (Tizen already powers the Samsung Gear watches). I firmly believe Samsung is… Continue reading Has Samsung beaten Canonical at its own game?

Apple, Microsoft

Apple’s OS union is Microsoft’s missed opportunity

For years Microsoft has been the de facto desktop operating system. Now Apple is using its mobile devices to steal market and mindshare. Pundits have long expected Apple to integrate its desktop and mobile operating systems; however, recent announcements at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) show that the company is doing far more than borrowing… Continue reading Apple’s OS union is Microsoft’s missed opportunity

Android

What to expect with Android 4.4.3

For many Android owners, the 4.4.3 update has yet to hit (though it is slowly rolling out -- when you will receive the update will depend upon your carrier and device). Although the new feature list isn't epic in length, what it brings to the table will have a lot of users happy... quite happy,… Continue reading What to expect with Android 4.4.3

.NET, IT Start Up, IT Trends, Microsoft

Why is .Net not so popular with startups?

Over the years dynamic languages such as Python and Ruby have become cherished by startups. As for .Net it is more rarely heard to be used by startups. That’s interesting indeed, because this platform is definitely bigger than most of the popular ones. So I wonder why a platform as widely adopted and supported as… Continue reading Why is .Net not so popular with startups?