Results tagged with 'Android'
Published May 6, 2016
The Summerfest 2016 App presented by Pepsi has been redesigned to help fans get excited for the "Big GigÂ®" and plan their visit to the festival. It's available on IOS and Android platforms and is free and available today in the App Store or Play Store.
Published May 1, 2016
I've compiled the pros and cons of an Apple iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S7 to give you an idea of what made the decision for me. In the end, it was a close call, but it was one seemingly small detail that wound up the deal-maker.
Published July 20, 2014
Recently, Jacob Tabak helped develop an Android app called Timehop. With this technical know-how and successful design under his belt, Tabak turned his attention to his more pressing problems: a closed and locked garage door, full hands and the desire to solve human needs through better technology.
Published Dec. 3, 2012
Last week, when I picked up the dirt-cheap Kindle Fire for $129 via Amazon.com's Cyber Monday sale. I figured, for that price, the tiny tablet would be a good iPad backup, and certainly more apt to withstand any drops by the clumsy fingers of a kindergartener. Plus, I was intrigued to see what this Android operating system was all about. A week later I can report that the Kindle Fire, which costs one-third of an iPad Mini and one-quarter of a full-sized iPad, is no iPad.
Published Aug. 18, 2011
I've been complaining about AT&T's cell coverage at Miller Park for years, so today I put it to the test, comparing identical tasks with the AT&T iPhone and the U.S. Ceullar Android Mesmerize. Here are the results.
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