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?
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 [...]
When you hear the word Nest, bird chirps may come into mind, but what if I tell you it is the most sexy thermostat out there! Created by the man responsible for overseeing the design of 18 generations of the renowned iPod, Tod Fadell has done it again, but this time with a thermostat. Not [...]
In a recent event by Google and Samsung in Hong Kong yesterday morning, the companies unveiled Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich around the world. The operating system (OS) will feature support for both phone and tablet devices. Doing so they create a more universal OS similar to iOS and Windows 8. This is a huge [...]