Tag Archives: android
Over the past half decade I have taken pride in buying top-tier smartphones. I figured there was no point in hampering my experience of a platform by using sub-par internals.
A few weeks ago, I was challenged to partake in a week-long transition to Android. To see how I’d get on, to find out what the differences were with iOS and to see if it might make me think differently when I come to make my next upgrade.
I’ve just completed a week long switch from iOS to Android having been challenged by Matt to experiment with the enemy. He suggested the test a couple of weeks ago after he upgraded the device on his Vodafone contract. I was relatively quick to accept, knowing it would be a good way of broadening my [...]
As an Apple fanboy, I’ve always been very much against the people who jailbreak their iPhones. I always said “why?” and never saw a reason for it. I don’t feel that I was wrong in my initial opinion of it – I still believe that jailbreaking in its early days would’ve given me very little [...]
When the Nexus One was first announced in January 2010 it was, for the time a power-house of a phone. The HTC made device ran a 1GHz Snapdragon processor coupled with 512MB of RAM. The display was an OLED, 3.7″ 800×480 pixel affair.
As with any Apple release there are a great many rumours about what the next iPhone will be. The most credible being that we’ll see something more incremental than radical. In terms of sheer looks the most prevalent being that it will be something along the lines of the iPhone 4 and 4S. While I [...]
By now you should have been able to comprehend that I am a technology lover. Someone who does everything he can to try out as many gadgets and as he possibly can, money and time permitting.
There’s something you need to know about me. I’m a serial phone buyer. I can’t help myself. Whenever I see a new device, I have to have it. It doesn’t matter if it’s from Cupertino, Redmond or Mountain View. As the hype builds closer to the launch and I see the reviews and people rave [...]