From Angry Birds to Infinity Blade: Is iOS good enough for hardcore gaming?
Mar01

From Angry Birds to Infinity Blade: Is iOS good enough for hardcore gaming?

Without a hint of doubt, thanks to the global rise of smartphones, portable gaming has taken a massive turn towards the casual market. Games like Angry Birds or Cut The Rope are insanely popular, proving that these simple yet addictive time killers are perfectly suited for gaming on the go. The short pick-up and play nature of these games is designed to yield almost immediate rewards to the player, but what about those longer commutes...

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs Nokia Lumia 800 vs iPhone 4S Comparison/Review. Part 2–Sofware, UX&Conclusions
Dec29

Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs Nokia Lumia 800 vs iPhone 4S Comparison/Review. Part 2–Sofware, UX&Conclusions

This is the second and closing part of our comparison/ review featuring Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Apple iPhone 4S and Nokia Lumia 800. In the first part, we had a closer look at the hardware and performance of the three flagships. Today we’ll compare and highlight differences in the software platforms and overall user experience on each device. We also reveal which phone we believe comes on top in this test, and draw some other...

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs Nokia Lumia 800 vs iPhone 4S Comparison/Review. Part 1 – Hardware & Performance
Dec28

Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs Nokia Lumia 800 vs iPhone 4S Comparison/Review. Part 1 – Hardware & Performance

Choosing a smartphone to carry for the next year or two is a difficult task these days. There are tens of devices running on 7 operating systems/platforms, at prices ranging from 100 to 600 Euro. To make that choice a little bit easier we took a closer look at the flagships representing 3 smartphone platforms,  to see how will they fare against each other. Samsung Galaxy Nexus represented Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich,...

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Samsung Galaxy Nexus Review: The Next Step for Android
Dec20

Samsung Galaxy Nexus Review: The Next Step for Android

In a world where Android now powers more than half of all smartphones sold in the last quarter, the so called ‘Google phones’ find themselves in rather awkward position in the market. Releasing once per year, these smartphones break little ground in terms of hardware. Down to its core, however, the fundamental selling point is a substantial one, namely, the premise of a Google phone itself. The outgoing advantages are apparent right...

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