Posts Tagged: Android

Nexus 7: Nice Hardware, Disappointing Software

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So, I’ve spent a few days with Nexus 7, the 16Gb version. And so far the experience is generally nice, and most of the positive aspects are definitely hardware based. I went for 16Gb because there is no memory card slot, and, unlike Google-ville, I don’t live in ever-connected utopia (especially as the tablet doesn’t […]

Carrier IQ: poor little victim of carrier’s desires (NOT)

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Sometimes when I read TechCrunch I’m not sure if they’re just trolling or accidentally “omit” certain aspects of story. You have probably seen enough Carrier IQ news everywhere — how it’s capable of recording everything on your Android phone but choses to only “help carriers to improve service”, how Apple turned out to also have […]

A few thoughts about an ideal Android phone: Razr Glaxy Nexus anyone?

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So, today is the day for Android announcements. Motorola has Razr completely and officially unveiled. Samsung and Google showed Galaxy Nexus and new Ice Cream Sandwich OS. And as I’ve already got accused of being a hater for my initial impressions of the presentation, I decided to think about the ideal combination. What would make […]

Ice Cream Sandwich presentation: first impressions

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Well, I’ve watched to Ice Cream Sandwich presentation from Hong Kong. It’s always nice to see new hardware and software, though here the actual presentation seemed to have ran into rough patches repeatedly. Aside from the fact that all presenters were speaking in front of a video screen (which created horrible dotted patterns, driving youtube […]

Android Honeycomb – the non-response response

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I am known for sometimes glancing over important details (or worse, misinterpreting certain things), and I’m afraid I am having such moment with Andy Rubin’s post in which he tries to dispel FUD about Android Honeycomb, transparency and Google’s policies. Because I can’t understand how is his response a response. Specifically, as I understand, people […]