Comixology, a service that was like the Amazon of comic books, was bought by the Amazon of everything else and they promptly disabled the ability to buy comics from within their iOS app ostensibly to avoid paying a 30% cut to Apple. No one knows for sure. All that’s certain was that what was an […]
Paul Thurrott reviews Microsoft Office for iPad – Paul Thurrott, who has long run winsupersite.com, posted his review of Office for the iPad and it’s a great review … unless you count all the digs he tries to throw at Apple. ” … the only thing holding it back, really, is Apple’s antiquated mobile OS.” “The device itself […]
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.