LG Optimus G Vs. Nexus 4

A new generation of Android devices is making its way to the market ahead of the holiday season including the LG Optimus G and its Google-supported cousin the Nexus 4. These two devices share a lot in common beyond just being manufactured by the same …continue reading

Nexus 4 Vs. iPhone 5

Does the Nexus 4 have what it takes to grab a significant chunk of the iPhone’s market share in 2013? Is the iPhone 5 too good to be challenged by the latest the Nexus line has to offer?

Perhaps one of the most-requested comparisons we’ve …continue reading

Best Android Phones of Late 2012

This holiday season, Android fans have a lot to be joyous about. Not only has the new Nexus arrived in time for the seasonal rush, but it looks like this was a great year all around for high performance and sleek design in the Android …continue reading

Should You Care About Ubuntu for Android?

“In every dual-core phone, there’s a PC trying to get out.” – Ubuntu for Android

I’ve long been an advocate for the idea that phones will eventually replace our desktop computers. The Motorola Atrix 4G was a promising step in the right direction, unleashing a …continue reading

The Ability to Root Your Android Device is Awesome – and Unimportant

I am the proud owner of a rooted Samsung Galaxy Nexus with CyanogenMod installed. I initially decided to root my device not because I needed more flexibility or “control” over my Android experience, but because there was a limitation on the phone’s volume that made …continue reading

How to Resolve Problems with Android Gingerbread

For those of you who are using a smartphone powered by Google’s Android version known as Gingerbread, you are most likely aware of some of the issues that may plague this older operating system. Gingerbread was first introduced several years ago by Google and is …continue reading

LG Optimus G Review (AT&T)

The LG Optimus G is a powerhouse of a smartphone. I’ve had the privilege of being able to use the phone for a little over a week now, and the contrast between using it and the Galaxy Nexus is astonishing. LG spared …continue reading

Jelly Bean 4.2 To Offer “Bouncer” Malware Protection

As president, Ronald Reagan always had a welcoming jar of jelly beans on his desktop and there was never any doubt that the President enjoyed the nostalgia that these candies brought to his mind. This type of desktop offering is already available to those of …continue reading

Why I Am Ordering a Google Nexus 4

Google is working at a rapid pace to stay ahead of the pack by introducing new hardware and improvements to its Android operating system. Of course, we all know that in the field of smartphones, tablet computers, and laptop systems, speed in releasing new products …continue reading

Samsung Galaxy S III is the World’s Top-selling Smartphone

The folks at Samsung can claim a small victory for the Galaxy S III smartphone as it surpassed any other smartphone (including the iPhone 4S) as the most popular choice among buyers in the third quarter of 2012. This is a statistical victory, …continue reading