Originally Posted by jkichline
Android is mostly used by:
a) People that don't have money for an iPhone.
b) People that don't really use a phone but to make calls.
You are right! But you know what the problem...
Originally Posted by aderutter
I've used an S4 and I didn't get the impression it was "smart phone". I guess somethings are subjective as to me it was far inferior to an iPhone 4s.
Don't worry, I know exactly what...
Originally Posted by AdyB
Can anyone please tell me who the 16+ other companies making all these 'Other' tablets are and what models they are selling? It would make the figures slightly less difficult to swallow!
Originally Posted by ScottWilson
If you could get stock Android on the HDX, it would be a much more compelling product at a much better price. The construction is even fantastic. The consumer is seriously winning when a...
Originally Posted by Crowley
64 bits weigh twice as much as 32 bits, right?
Man, those bits are really heavy stuff!
Anyway, both are good tablets. It really is incredible how fast the technology advances!
And that proves only one thing. People want bigger screen phones, and Apple is really dumb not making one! Yes, they are selling a lot of iPhones but maybe, just maybe, if they had a 5 inch phone they could sell double, or triple what...
Originally Posted by jragosta
Let's see if we can understand this business model:
- Sell the hardware at cost.
- Add tens of millions of dollars in new employees to support the buggy hardware.
- Sell popular ebooks below...
I think the Pattern Unlocking from Android and Windows phones is the best method for security on the phone. I don't think is better than a 20 character random password but much better than a 4 number pin or this fingerprint gimmick!