Perhaps you’ve been wanting to make the switch from iOS to Android, but you’re not quite sure where to begin. I guess this is what Google’s Eric Schmidt is banking on, especially around the holiday season. After all, it’s always the holidays where I tend to get a new smartphone. RIP Blackberry. So, Schmidt has decided to push you in the direction of Android and with that, he has written a guide on Google+ to help you get started on your switch.
Booq is known for making stylishly-modern bags, cases, and backpacks. The company has kept in-step with the popularity of tablets, having released bags and cases designed to carry and protect those devices. Up until now, booq hasn’t done much for smartphones.
A verdict has been reached in the Samsung vs. Apple patent case. A jury has ordered that Samsung must pay Apple $290 million for infringement on several of its patents in multiple Samsung smartphones and tablets. The verdict was reached on the third day of deliberation by an eight-person jury. Apple was demanding $380 million for the infringement, so I guess Samsung at least got a little lucky.
Tablets and smartphones are awesome devices for portability, though they tend to be a little lackluster when it comes to productivity. And no one wants to carry around a standard-sized keyboard and/or mouse.
If there is anything worse than the constant influx of ‘selfies’ it’s the terrible, bad ones. But I guess if you can’t beat the millions, then join them, right? Audiovox has just announced the availability of a new remote control shutter for smartphones. The ShutterBall connects to smartphones with an app and lets users get that perfect ‘selfie’ shot every time.
iGear has announced its latest twist on an iPad keyboard case. The iGear Flip Turn Case features a built-in folding swivel that enables you to switch usage modes with ease. Most other keyboard cases out there transform your into a laptop. The iGear Flip Turn Case, according to iGear, provides two things: Not only can more »
There’s no use hiding it. You want Apple’s Retina display-toting iPad mini 2. All of you. But not everyone can afford it. After all, $400 for a Wi-Fi only version and $530 with cellular connectivity is no joke. Granted, you could wait for Black Friday or Cyber Monday and hope someone somewhere will shave a more »
Booq’s latest hardcase is available for purchase today. The Viper hardcase is tough, lightweight and designed to protect your devices, and then some. Each case has sufficient room for your tablet or smartphone and all the necessary accessories.
So I guess this is the trend for 2013. Perhaps next year, Black Friday will start on Halloween. Walmart will also be jumping on the early Black Friday 2013 weekend bandwagon beginning their deals at dinnertime on Thanksgiving evening.
Sam’s Club may have jumped the gun first by unveiling its exclusive Black Friday deals early, but Target is not to be ignored, especially as the retailer is to hold promos on all kinds of electronic devices, from smartphones to tablets to TVs. Target’s 2013 Black Friday ad is 36 pages long — a fairly more »
Samsung came out on top in JD Powers’ biannual Tablet Satisfaction Study. The world’s top producer of Android devices was the only manufacturer to improve in all five areas surveyed (performance, cost, design, features and ease of use) since the previous survey in April.
There are few things sadder than a cracked iPhone screen. The spiderweb just looks bad, and it makes the phone so much less usable. Until recently, your options were to get a refurbished replacement (and go through the hassle of restoring your phone) or to try one of those mall kiosk things, which always look more »