A must have for fans of Android and Marshall amps.
I wonder if this really a console, or if it’s more like an entertainment system that can play games. As Android as the Kindle Fire, so to speak. I don’t see the great unwashed masses buying gaming consoles, but maybe Amazon knows something I don’t.
iOS wins developers for lots of reasons, but this is a significant one.
Gamers can use the app to start buying PlayStation 4 games now.
I don’t disagree with the sentiment that iOS 7 could be better, it definitely could. It’s just amazing to me how Android v. iOS is the new Windows v. Apple. Somehow I think iOS could be better in lots of ways besides copying Android, and likewise, Android could be better in lots of ways besides copying iOS. The tech press could be better by having an original idea as well.
(This is my 1 and only iOS v. Android rant today. You’ll now be returned to the regularly scheduled postings.)
It wasn’t just Apple working hard to wow consumers this morning; Just about every big-name smartphone maker was feverishly coming up with snarky ways to […]
Funny and interesting. I’ve known several people who switched from iPhone to Android, Android to iPhone, and even one friend recently went Android to Windows phone – and none of them switched because of these corny advertising campaigns.
Matt Asay writes a nice piece in the Apple v Android case.