To say that I haven’t at one point or another, used my phone while driving, would be a lie. I actually used to do it quite a bit. It’s not something I am proud of, but I am proud of how I have kicked that nasty habit. I wanted to share a few brief thoughts as to how I did it, and maybe you can do it too.
If you have read my article (Nexus 4 - Is it still relevant?), you should possess a fairly good idea how Google approaches devices and what the vision for 2013 was. Well, 2013 is over and Google has gone ahead with their vision in dramatic fashion. What we experience now is Nexus 5 and a laser focus on the software experience. How does the device stack up against the competition and what does Google’s focus on software and the “Google Experience” mean for the marketplace and Android at large?
Ever felt it was too loud to get your head down and crack on with some work? Or felt it was too quiet and too hard to be creative? Well Coffitivity is here to save your from the clutches of silence, and take you back into the realms of creativity.
With the success of the Moto X, and the new Droid line, it appears as Motorola has begun to build some steam again. However, with the sale of Motorola to Lenovo, and no new devices announced, what does the future hold? Hopefully Motorola will continue to run as an independent operation to Lenovo, as they did with Google. However, what new devices could we see from them.
After years of back and fourth between iOS and Android, I found what was arguably, one of the best Smartphones on the market, the Galaxy Note 2. As time passed, I looked with high anticipation to the now released Note 3. However, while it's a decent upgrade, just wasn't enough to pull me away from the Note 2.