An anonymous shopper got his Nexus S shipped with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android version to be release around the end of 2011). He was nice enough to send out this video on Engadget. also from YouTube: This also makes me wonder if we’ll just go ahead and skip the honeycomb update to the Google TV [...]
An interesting way to break down the user experience with mobile devices based on elements of the device and how the user interacts with each. Three Layers of Mobile User Experience :: UXmatters.
Some content from Reuters Sigh. I doubt I will be picking this up anytime soon but it gives me another toy to go play with at the stores. I have posted previously about this device. At today’s Apple iPad 2 event, Steve Jobs was there to present it. Jobs recently took a medical leave of [...]
In the midst of their Honeycomb announcements today, Google announced the brand new Android Market web site, which allows you to browse, search for, purchase, and manage Android apps for your phones (and tablets) right from your computer. It also allwos you to manage your phone, though only simple things for now (changing device names). [...]
Android Honeycomb 3.0 is being featured at CES 2011. Looking at the videos makes me think that the iPad may not be the only game in town. The fact that 7 million iPads have already been sold does give Apple a head start, but the mobile market is just entering its adolescence. There should be [...]