One of the most often criticized ‘flaws’ of the iPad or iPhone for that matter is it’s inability to play flash. How can something described by the Apple marketing gurus as the best way to experience the Internet not allow the user to experience all the joy that comes from watching a kitten dance on youtube or the trailer for an upcoming movie? Friends deciding on which tablet to purchase, would often play around with my iPad but then inevitably ask one of two questions. “But why canâ€™t it play Flash videos?” or ” Where is the USB connection port?”.
Goodness, Samsung seems to be carpet bombing the smartphone and tablet right now – they will now have smartphones and tablets of all shapes and sizes. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is already pretty great, but there are always people who preferred the original Galaxy Tab’s 7 inch size – it is roughly the size of a notebook, whereas the 10 inch might be too big for some people’s tastes.
Yesterday some developers who have access to Apple’s beta applications started showing some videos of how well Apple’s upcoming iTunes Match service will work. It is one of those ideas that are brilliantly simple, yet one does not know how Apple pulled it off. iTunes Match works like this – […]
The iPhone is not exactly a niche product anymore, and especially not in SA. While not close to the popularity of Blackberry, SA developers are not ignoring iPhone.
With all the recent health scares of Steve Jobs, it was only matter of time before the world’s most revered CEO would have to step down.
RIM today announced their new BlackBerry smartphones featuring the BlackBerryÂ® 7 Operating System (OS). The all-new BlackBerryÂ® Curveâ„¢ 9360 smartphone is an exciting addition to the popular BlackBerry Curve series.
With the current spread of Android devices it has become increasingly difficult to choose the best one out there – each manufacturer has a seemingly better phone than the next. And if you are in the market now for a new smartphone, the Galaxy S2 makes a very compelling case. But is it the best smartphone out there right now?
I sometimes find myself completely numb when young South African developers and entrepreneurs talk about how their next project will be a web app or iPad app thing. Have we all completely lost the plot?
Google has just announced that they will be buying Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, at a 63% premium over the current shareprice. A relative bargain if you ask me, especially if you consider all the patents they will acquire in the process as well. The smartphone race has recently become all about patents, and this will give Google a key advantage.
Google is now attempting to hook users into its Google+ social network with games, which includes Angry Birds.