I enjoyed reading Paul Stamatiou’s piece on why Android is Better (for him). I’m often fascinated on why people switch ecosystems and I like that he found something that works so well for him and that he provided a very in-depth, thorough review. It was a great read. The only thing I would like to […]
So last week, Apple announces iOS 7 and there are three camps: One, the group like my parents who aside from having to get used to a slightly different interface will continue to use it and likely love it. Two, people like me who appreciate that they’re going in a different direction and trying new […]
Justin Williams lays out everything Apple needs to introduce at WWDC to appease the Internet. Can’t say I disagree with any of them though here’s some of my favorites: An update to iMessage that allows people to leave group chats. Multiple people on FaceTime calls. The ability to download Mac apps from your iPhone or […]
Google’s engineers say they want to fix fragmentation. While that’s a noble goal (and what good engineer wouldn’t want to fix that?) Google’s engineers can’t fix fragmentation. Not only that but Google as a company doesn’t seem to care about it because the average user doesn’t seem to care about it. One avoids fragmentation by […]
BlackBerry is bringing BBM to iOS and Android. This will be really cool five years ago.