Not realizing that the protesters “protesting” on the streets of Pakistan don’t have access to high speed internet nor the knowledge and expertise to search and view the undesirable content on websites like YouTube, PTCL and PEMRA have started blocking the websites indiscriminately and irresponsibly without regard how it might be affecting the real . . . → Read More: PTCL / PEMRA BLOCK INTERNET IN PAKISTAN
By HARRY MCCRACKEN
If you find the very idea of Samsung’s Galaxy Note — the tablet-like phone with a humongous 5.3″ screen and a pen for note-taking and sketching — fundamentally absurd, I understand. And this article isn’t for you. So long for now; see you soon, I hope.
. . . → Read More: The new refined version of Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung sold three million of its original Galaxy S phone in 85 days. A few months later, a full ten million had been moved. Now, it looks as if the superphone’s proper successor may put that latter statistic to shame.
. . . → Read More: Samsung’s Galaxy S II becomes company’s quickest selling phone
The next Android phone version Ice Cream Sandwich has one clear motive: to put a stop to having dozens (ok, under ten) different versions of Android on devices. Yes, fragmentation. Not just for phones, it’s Google’s “most ambitious” update yet.
It’s not just for phones…
We’ll be seeing Ice Cream Sandwich on phones, tablets, computers…
. . . → Read More: The next Android – Ice Cream Sandwich
Though Blackberry devices served their purpose during their time, lately they are losing all of their clientele to Android and iOS. Within the consumer world, this is mostly due to the user interface and aesthetics, but there are reasons why the business world is still mostly sticking with Blackberry. It is common knowledge that Research . . . → Read More: RIM is bringing secure enterprise solution to Android
As 2010 ends with Android growing faster than any other smartphone platform, some are declaring 2011 as the year of Android, imagining that it will vanquish all competitors like Windows did after 1995.
But if that’s so, why are phone makers hedging their bets with alternate platforms?
. . . → Read More: Don’t Declare Victory For Android Just Yet