I'm finally ditching my iPhone 5 for a Nexus 5, and to my surprise, clicking "Order" actually felt awesome. However, this is not my first foray into Android. I have a Nexus 7, and basically, using that was my "trial run" with Android. I made a firm decision on the N5 after visiting a T-Mo store (AT&T's are always crowded) and got to spend some time with a Nexus.
hi my name is xmanbob, I am an older gentleman. around 62, but I worked for BIG BLUE and main frame computers before the PC was around.
I was an iPHONE user since the iPHONE came out, but recently I switched to ANDROID. I use the SAMSUNG GALAXY S3 AND THIS PHONE is a mind blower, and I am in learning mode with this amazing device.
I'm new around town, just got my new HTC one m8 a week ago and up until then I was an iPhone user.
My main issue, which I wouldn't even consider - not- rooting my device is the warranty.
What if the battery explode, the CPU goes boom, some chip melts due to overheating, camera mysteriously stop functioning? Is that something worthy of risking?
The iPhone 6 is finally here, and with it comes a hype that only Apple can produce. Regardless of what features they stole from Android, the iPhone 6 will undoubtedly be a huge success for Apple. In the Android World we also have a device that prints money for its maker: the Samsung Galaxy S5.
An ex-iPhone user is suing Apple, claiming Apple’s messaging system interfered with the delivery of text messages after she switched from an iPhone to an Android device.
According to Adrienne Moore, Apple’s iMessage retains SMS messages sent from other Apple users, and will not deliver them to her Samsung device.
Today’s a big day for Apple in Asia. Fresh from launching new iPads and Macs in the US on Thursday, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus finally went on sale in China and India today, opening the new phones up to a combined population of more than 2.5 billion people.