Splitting Hairs I’ve been hearing a lot about Android Fragmentation. As a matter of fact I’ve been hearing more about it lately than usual. There was a period when the updates weren’t coming out so quickly. It was that lull in activity between the time of Android 4.1 and 4.2.
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Google Play Store Problems I have been a Google User for over seven years. In this time I’ve seen the rise and fall of Microsoft’s windows phone, Apple’s humble beginnings, and the milestone that we will forever remember as the OG Droid. I remember when Google Play was the Android
What is YouTube Red? YouTube Red is a streaming service that is an offshoot of the traditional YouTube streaming service. Everything you love about YouTube is the same and carries through. There are some additional perks you get with YouTube Red however. Those perks carry through to YouTube Music and
Best NEW Android Web Browsers! Every year we come to this question, “What are the Best NEW Android Web Browsers?” Just how much can anyone reasonably expect any browser to get any better than it currently is? The market is oversaturated with heavy hitters and for the most part, many people
Android Apps News: While you were out – May 16-22 Here we go into the new week ladies and gentlemen… and undesignated individuals! We have a slew of things we’ve gathered for your Monday, so settle in be it at your office during lunch break or on the way to
Android Apps News – While you were out – May 9-15 It’s been a VERY long time since we’ve kept up with the various circuits in the Android world. Things come and go, technology passes our eyes and for a moment we forget what the big hype was last week. Nevertheless,
Windows Phones lack a lot of the apps and features of my beloved Android, but when the Windows Phone 7 first launched in 2010, I was intrigued enough by its Xbox integration and Office features to try it out as my work phone. What I found was a competent smartphone,
After a three year stint back in my hometown of Valparaiso, Indiana for law school, I recently convinced my girlfriend and dog (he was quite the hold out) to pack everything up and start a new life in the neighboring state of Illinois. We quickly found an awesome new apartment,
Many Android users were enraged in mid-September when a flaw in Android’s fifth operating system Lollipop that enables people to easily bypass passcodes was discovered. Although few Android users use passcodes to protect their phones, they are often billed as the most secure option as you can set long, intricate