The Nexus brand is Google’s line of ‘untouched’ products in terms of running the original Android software, untouched by carrier bloatware and manufacturer skin overlays (such as Samsung’s TouchWiz and HTC’s ‘Sense’). The most recent Nexus smartphone is the Nexus 4, announced by Google on October 29th. But is it worth your hard-earned money, or is it simply an evolutionary upgrade from the Samsung Galaxy Nexus?
TomTom recently dubbed Vancouver as North America’s second-most congested city (after Los Angeles), and therefore Canada’s most congested city, in terms of vehicular traffic. I believe this conclusion is flawed. Read about why, and some ideas I have to reducing congestion within Metro Vancouver.
The slumping Canucks took on the Phoenix Coyotes earlier tonight, with a Phoenix team that is desperately in need of points to recoup the final playoff berths in the Western Conference, with the season becoming closer to ending. Roberto Luongo started for Vancouver, while Mike Smith received the get-go to start against the Canucks. Overall, [...]
It was only recently that Samsung debuted its much-discussed flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note. With notable features like the S-pen, its behemoth of a 5.3-inch screen and hilarious Super bowl advertisement, there’s little to wonder as to why it has been so discussed. And here, we’re discussing it again. The Dell Streak, launched in June 2010, also had a 5-inch [...]