Almost all of us have smartphones. And even if they're a year or two old, they get the job done, making it increasingly difficult for companies like Apple, Samsung and Google to convince us to upgrade.
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Because my 3-year-old Motorola Nexus 6 does the job just fine and doesn't require a second mortgage to buy.
Either way, Apple is about to take it up a notch.
First there was fragmentation on the smartphone version of Android. Now, it looks like the same curse is striking the smartwatch version. Android Wear 2.0 was announced in 2016 at Google I/O at the Shoreline in Mountain View. Yet, today, over a year later, few Wear watches are actually running...
Being open is both a blessing and a curse. One the plus side, others can run hog wild. In the case of Google's Android operating system that means manufacturers can build handsets to their heart's content. Large. Small. Cheap. Premium. They can run near stock Android (Moto X Pure) or come...
Thanks the G3's slim bezels, LG has managed to package a 5.5-inch screen into a body not much wider than the HTC One.
The iPhone 5 is underwhelming at best, and a dud at worst. It's clear to me that the Golden Age of mobile tech, presided by Steve Jobs, is over.