Drafting a follow up article to my iPhone 5 to Nexus 4 switch. Working title: What should Apple do?
A follow-up interview regarding my iPhone 5 to Nexus 4 switch with Gunnar Sohn.
My iPhone 5 switch to Nexus 4 that got republished by GIZMODO, covered by ReadWriteWeb and the Times and received more than 20.000 likes within the first 24 hours.
I recently got my brand new Nexus 4 and it totally changed my opinion about Android (for the better). I couldn’t emphasize more how Samsung ruins the Jelly Bean experience with what it does to it on the S3 – but that’s a totally different story. In short: I start to fall in love with(…)
Like many of my friends, I’ve been following Google I/O 2011 curiously earlier this week.
Much has been said about the event, but I cannot resist to add my thoughts about a few of the announcements and Google I/O in general.
According to last week’s Google I/O we have expected the much acclaimed Android 2.2 update, neatly codenamed “Froyo”, to roll-out to our devices in late June. While Google has now confirmed that the launch phase already started, chances are, you are not one of the lucky ones serviced first. Originally discovered by phandroid there is,(…)
Thanks to my friend Zee in the United Kingdom, my Nexus One is almost on its way. There seems to be no ‘Germany’ on Google’s Maps (did you notice the wordplay?). Anyway, the Nexus One will arrive unlocked and without a SIM Card very soon. The long wait has begun.
Okay, a few days from now Google will officially start selling the Google Phone Nexus One. If you have not been living under a rock there’s absolutely no way you don’t know about it, yet. Otherwise, Engadget should bring you up to speed. That’s obviously also, where the image credit goes to. Here is my(…)
On 26th November, 2009 I’ve started The Android Experiment as part of my work for The Next Web: Given my known addiction for All-Things-Apple and my fairly open bias when it comes to Android with all of its attributed iPhone killer potential, I decided to give Android a fair chance to win my heart. I(…)
I recently stumbled across this quote somewhere on the AppleInsider website. I’ve got nothing to add, so here we go: “Google only wants to give phone makers and providers enough code to allow them to deliver their own customized, distinguished products so that it can continue its core business of selling ads and paid search(…)