The Galaxy S3 Accessory Pack and Case Mate Screen Protectors were sent to me for honest review by our friends over at Mobile Fun. All opinions are 100% my own.
I bought my fiance the Galaxy S3 for Christmas and he absolutely loves …continue reading
What would compel someone to switch from Android to Windows Phone 8?
When choosing a smart phone in today’s world, no one ever talks about the small details that make life easier. By that, I mean functions that one doesn’t need to set up, but …continue reading
I’m a complicated person with simple needs. I don’t require the latest fashion; just give me some functional rather than flashy walking shoes and a few pairs of comfortable runners and I’m good to go. Though I enjoy being served a good meal at an …continue reading
Is Corning’s Gorilla Glass as indestructible as many believe? EJ Wilkes writes:
Some people prefer the smaller form factor of the iPhone, but larger-screen devices seem to be the emerging standard for smart phones. Perhaps the larger the screen, the better the user experience?
What’s with the lack of NFC popularity in the mainstream? Tikoracer writes:
Why isn’t near field communication (NFC) more popular? Do you think it’s because Apple hasn’t adopted it yet?
There are so many things we can do with NFC these days, and it seems …continue reading
Benjamin May gives a shout-out and asks a question about the ever-elusive “right” time for a smart phone upgrade:
When is the best time for a smart phone upgrade? My two-year contract is nearing expiration and I’ll soon be able to upgrade my old iPhone …continue reading
Mario Yeltsin asks:
How much influence do app developers have over the mobile OS industry?
I believe that app developers have a huge influence over the entire mobile OS industry. Not only do they create the very software that makes an operating system more appealing …continue reading
At LockerGnome.net, Rahul247rocks writes:
One of the main reasons iOS does so well is because the average quality of all of its apps seem much better than its Android counterparts. Do you think it’s the developers who can shape the mobile OS industry …continue reading
At LockerGnome.net, Robert writes:
I’ve had my Nexus 4 since late December; it’s a great phone! The thing is that, every night before I go to bed, I read social feeds to drain the battery and then I plug it in for a charge for …continue reading
Jack Sanders writes:
Hello, Chris (or anybody reading this).
I want to buy a new smartphone, but I’m having some difficulty choosing one. I’m into digital photography, so I want to buy a phone with impressive camera technology. After searching the Web, I’ve come down …continue reading
Today, the average smartphone user is spoiled for choice. There are over 700,000 apps from which to choose at the Apple App Store, and around the same at the Google Play Store for Android — with several more in the pipeline. The mobile app development …continue reading
David Corbin writes:
I spend a lot of time driving and I leave my devices and electronics in my car. Is it bad to leave your devices out in a vehicle in cold weather?
This all depends on just how cold it is in your …continue reading
Smartphone platforms. There are the big three: iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. Then there’s RIM’s upcoming attempt at saving itself from sure death with BlackBerry 10. Samsung may also be trying to reduce its dependence on Android with Tizen. Then you’ve got Ubuntu, the world’s …continue reading