Results tagged with 'android'
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.
Published July 24, 2011
AT&T and Motorola unveiled the Atrix 4G earlier this year as one of the first smartphones to move into the all-in-one genre. The optional laptop and desktop/entertainment docks make the Atrix an enticing investment. The phone is top-notch but the add-ons need some work before the concept really works.
Published Jan. 13, 2011
Need a good book? Car repairs? Comfortable shoes? As always, we've got you covered with this week's installment of "OnMilwaukee.com Recommends."
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