As the sequel to the bestselling Android phone ever – the Samsung Galaxy S – the latest flagship Sony phone has a lot to live up to. How does it compete against the massive competition of the other Android super phones?
The cool thing about Android is that its an open platform- and gives developers a great opportunity to try new things. Last year Sony launched its Live View Product which I have finally got my hands on one to review.
Sony is without doubt pushing ahead of the pack with the great line up of handsets. The Sony Pro is for business, the Sony Play is for gamings and the Arc is the flaship for Premier market. The only thing that has be left behind is the popular X10 mini line- good news is that this soon to change.
As part of my series on the Motorola App summit- ( Introduction is here)- I have annotated and added some items to my notes I took during the sessions- I hope they are useful! For this post where does Motorola see the future going? Find out below!
Last week, we were lucky to be able to attend the Motorola Dev Summit in London. Instead of just filing my notes, I thought I would add to and share them so others can benefit. Click read more to view them below
The iPad was 1 year old this month and since it’s launch on 3 April 2010 has managed to garner a lot of support and fans( or should I call them addicts?) At a recent Android event, I was quite bemused to see a lot of android developers sporting ipads as their weapon of choice so I thought I would pick up one for a week and understand what makes the device so intriguing to so many.
Data is changing. A process started originally by writing, and then printing, is now about to go through an even bigger revolution that of digitisation. Now that we are getting all these great ways to consume data, how are the publishers responding? Thanks to Pearson and Techhub, for putting on a series of talks, we have a good idea where they think the market is going.
Something really wonderful happened last week- I finally got it. I experienced my first ever “mobile app moment”. What is it you ask? Well its that feeling you get after you have a dream of flying, that moment you realize things have fallen into place and it all makes sense, the moment you realise an app has done something to make your life better, cooler or just that much more sparky.
It was awesome! What happened? Find out after the jump