Written by: Mike Bantick | Published in: EntertainmentAssassin’s Creed III takes to the high seas, nope it is not navel gazing, it is naval blazing as the action moves to the water in this latest trailer.
The point of this post is asking for help not to start a war of which is better. Please understand this and don't start a fanboy measuring contest over my post. I have an Android so I have joined the family. Welcome me in and make me feel at home!!
Ok so here is the story. Last week I got laid off from work (sucks ass) but when I did I had to return my company iPhone and iPad.
I've been an iPhone user for the past four years but after the disappoint l felt with the 5 I made the switch to Android. I have a Note 2 on AT&T. So far I've found the OS to be much more powerful than iOS. Still taking some getting used to! I joined the forums to learn from all you experienced users.
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Joined the forum to learn more about Android and smartphones as I'm about to buy my first one some time soon :) Been a Nokia user till now and I've had it with their laggy interfaces and unintuitive UIs!
hi I am a user of Samsung galaxy note 10.1 and I just have seen an app "Ubuntu for android"
I have android 4.1.2 in my note. so please tell me if I am able to use both Ubuntu and android in the tablet(like a formatted desktop which can use various OS at a time) and if it is possible please try to tell me the process
I am a long time iPhone user who finally made the jump to Android. God do I feel cheated being with the iPhone for so many years! So I picked up a Note 3 and I'm trying to figure things out...if I could get some insight that would be much appreciated!!