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@sitnstew @WillGonzalez Part of the reason that Google does not develop for windows is that "fragmentation" of it. Android and iOS at least do not change that much between updates. For Windows phones to develop an app you must develop it for a specific system, like win phone 6, or 6.5, or 7, or 7 metro, or 8. Too much changing without a large enough community.
1 year, 7 months ago on Google Will Not Make Windows Apps Due To Lack Of Users
@PedroCst @JustinLaQuey I am an Android fan and primarily use an Android device. I still read every article that comes out on this and other iPhone related sites. I also do the same with Android and Windows sites. It is good to know the competition or even to stay up on the current developments on either side.
1 year, 7 months ago on Samsung pokes fun at Apple Maps fiasco
1 year, 8 months ago on End these stupid patent wars [Editorial]
The power of Android is amazing.
1 year, 8 months ago on Android-powered Oakley goggles for sale on the Apple online store
@helly1080 wow, clearly I was joking. I guess I should have mentioned that it also in those 4 minutes the screen shrank to make it more obvious that i was kidding. sorry helly1080 for not being as clever, smart, or as original as you. I will now go back in time and remove my comment. future you will not have to bother replying.
1 year, 8 months ago on What’s different in iOS 6.1 beta 2
So, in 4 minutes you lost 39% battery life?
You're welcome, again.
1 year, 8 months ago on Updated in iOS 6.1 beta 1 – New music controls in Lock Screen, simpler Maps bug reporting
@TheiPhone7isoutdated @Eaglepowerguy We can't go back in time, so we are talking to you now.
1 year, 9 months ago on iPhone 5 vs. Nexus 4 – Spec Sheet Comparison
What everyone is failing to realize is that comparing Android to iPhone is comparing apples to oranges, no pun intended. Android is an OS, Operating System, and Apple is proprietary. If you want an iPhone then you buy an iPhone from Apple. If you want Android, just like buying Windows 7 or XP, you buy a device that runs that system. Now days that can be a phone, a pc, a head unit for a car, a camera, a watch, almost anything can or does have an Android version as well.
So, when you realize how this is different then you can discuss the differences of the two. For one, you can choose your experience. Just like purchasing a PC, you have options between high end performance based computers down to the little netbook computers. With Android this is no different, you can go all out on a phone like the Note 2 or keep it cheap with a less powerful phone that will probably cost nothing out of pocket on an upgrade, that still has specs similar to the iPhone.
Why do you think everyone calls you sheep? Think about this sometime. Why would you be so BLINDLY faithful to a company that treats you like they do. Most of the "innovations" that your iPhone boasts has came from other sources, a lot from Android. How many iPhone versions until they can send a picture message, or multi task, how about a notification drawer, how about live wallpaper, different screens, choice of home launcher, NFC, widgets, tell me when will Apple let you put in a simple sd card, or change a SIM card if you are traveling? Honestly, when will you be aloud to just install apps that aren't expensive and governed by the all mighty Apple to say if you should have that app or not. You know what, if I paid the price you do for an iPhone they I feel I should be able to put whatever damn app I want on it.
For those that say "Android needs to make a better phone" well look at the different manufactures. There are all metal ones, there are beautiful ones, there are cheap ones, and ugly ones, there are all sorts. Also I have one huge question
WHEN DO YOU SEE A IPHONE WITHOUT A CASE?
I have had Android phones since the G1, I also have had iPhones. I have never had a case on my Android phones, Even with cases my iPhone screen shattered with a drop of less than a foot. My Vibrant and GS2 both fell from great distances and still remain crackless. My main point though is, if your iPhone is so beautiful then why not show it off. I have yet to see one without a case covering up that "beauty"
So, you all can think what you want, buy what you want, believe whatever, and spend however much. I just hope any of you that spend so much on a phone that in comparison does so little, especially spec wise would be free on Android, I hope none of you complain about how bad the economy is, or how you are suffering. Good Luck.
@Eaglepowerguy This is a joke, right?
@Tom73 HSPA is still cranking out faster speeds than current LTE, but there will be other versions of this which may carry LTE.
I was wondering the same thing.
1 year, 9 months ago on iPad (4th gen) vs. Nexus 10 - Spec Sheet Comparison
@Ramchi Really? what is so exciting? The moment when you decide to not pay the next few months of rent to get one? Honestly, can someone tell me the features they are excited about, on any of these products actually? And then tell me why if they need those features so bad why didn't they get a different product that already had that for less money?
1 year, 9 months ago on Which of Apple's new products impresses you most? [POLL]
@ChristianHauser iPods are dead. Between iPhones and any Android, or even other smartphones there really is no need.
I honestly would not be surprised that a limited amount of the 16gig versions were built so that customers would be forced to purchase one of the more pricey versions. Not saying anything negative about Apple, just it is a business strategy.
1 year, 9 months ago on Black 16GB iPad mini pre-orders sold out too