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For nearly the entire smartphone era, I’ve been a user of various Android phones, after ditching my first phone, the Palm Pre. To run down… Read More »A switch from Android to iOS (and impressions so far)
For awhile, there’s been numerous attempts to get the general public to switch to using various electronic (and proprietary) payment systems. Of course, Paypal’s been… Read More »The top online payment method is… the credit card?
Google’s Android mobile operating system turned 10 last month. Since its 2008 launch, the Android OS has gone from being part of a crowded marketplace… Read More »Android turns 10: My experiences with Google’s mobile OS
A few years ago, I wrote about how Android and iOS came to dominate the mobile device space. There’d been a lot of changes since… Read More »Whatever happened to Microsoft and Blackberry’s mobile presence?
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