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Motorola Unveils the Moto X Smartphone – Droid of the Future?

After much hype and speculation, it’s finally here. The Moto X is real, and it’s finally coming our way. It has probably been the most hyped and controversial device on the Android ecosystem so far, in great part because of Google acquiring Motorola Mobility back in 2012 and having done nothing with it in terms…

Impressions on the Samsung Galaxy S4 (After the Honeymoon)

The Samsung Galaxy S4 has been available from some carriers for over two months now.  Verizon, one of the largest carriers and the one I happen to rely upon for service, was slowest to release the phone, citing concerns over whether Samsung could provide the number of units it would need to satisfy demand.  And…

What’s Coming Next in Android

So, Google I/O 2013 has come and gone, and against all expectations, a new version of Android was not announced. This goes against what everyone was expecting out of I/O 2013, and breaks the tradition for Google announcements. However, Google has decided to give current versions of Android a whole new bunch of features, as…

The Best Android Phones of 2012

Now that 2012 is squarely in the books, 2013 promises to deliver another bevy of high quality and not-so-high quality Android phones. But with the major phone releases for 2012 now in the rear-view mirror, we should revisit and reflect upon the year’s Android offerings by highlighting the year’s best phones. In doing so, we…

Pay or Pass – Which Apps are Worth Purchasing?

Pay or Pass is a feature in which we determine from time to time which apps are worth purchasing, and which apps you can just pass on. While I did not purchase every app from the Google Play Store “Celebrating 25 Billion Downloads” sale over the past 5 days, I did buy quite a few;…

The History of Android: From Cupcakes to Jelly Beans

Whether you know it or not, its been almost a week and four years since Android’s first software release. Although it has recently garnered a lot of attention from the market and media, Android was relatively unknown to most consumers throughout its early years. It has since then taken the market by storm, flooding shelves…