Review: 10 Reasons the Galaxy Nexus is Better Than the iPhone 4S

Galaxy Nexus Better than the iPhone 4S

The best Android phones are arguably the Nexus devices which get special treatment from Google. These phones have the latest software, the best features and often the best looks. The Galaxy Nexus continues this tradition on Verizon’s fast 4G LTE network, bringing an HD display and Android 4.0 to the table. Read: Galaxy Nexus Review […]

Andy Rubin: Android Still Open Sans Restrictions


Amidst fears and concerns over the future openness of the Android operating system, Google’s Andy Rubin has chimed in to correct and contradict recent Internet speculations in a blog post. Rubin is defending Google’s initiatives and maintains that Android will continue to be an open operating system to use without fears of restrictions. Android to […]

Let’s Add “Open” To the Language Casualty List


The carriers succeeded in mangling the English language when the marketing geniuses equated “unlimited” with 5GB of data. Some raised a stink, but most just went merrily along. Now it looks like the word, and indeed the concept of “open” might be the next casualty. This has actually been going on for some time now […]

“Open” Will Always Be a Myth for Most


Last night, Sumocat put up a post about CRAPP on smartphones, extending my long running issue with CRAPWARE in general. It’s a problem consumers have always faced, and sadly, always will when there’s money to be made with deals that make manufacturers and carriers money. Running parallel to Sumocat’s points about CRAPP, TechCrunch’s MG Siegler […]