The Atrix 4G just released by Motorola is as closed as a device can be as the company has locked the bootloader, making custom ROMs a much dicier proposition to create and install.
The mobile space is exploding with smartphones in every pocket and tablets on the horizon. James Kendrick brings you the latest news from the mobile world and a breakdown of what it means to you. If it is tech and it moves, you'll find it here.
James Kendrick has been using mobile devices since they weighed 30 pounds, and has been sharing his insights on mobile technology for almost that long.
The following polls will generate an interesting comparison of what platform readers are currently using on their smartphone, along with what platform the next smartphone will be running.
Rovio Mobile is confirming that a paid version of the Angry Birds game will be introduced for the Android platform soon. This version will get rid of the ads currently appearing in the game.
Google has taken great pains to make Android a completely open platform that works to the user's benefits. That is mostly true, but there are several layers of "openness".
Business travelers may have missed a recent announcement by FedEx and HP that makes it simple to print from a BlackBerry at many FedEx Office (formerly FedEx Kinkos) locations.
The mobile space is growing so fast, that it seems there are new product announcements every day. There are a few simple rules for companies to follow that will make products launches more successful than current practices.
A survey conducted by the NPD Group of 2,400 tablet owners shows a marked decrease in usage of the PC in favor of the tablet.
The 90/10 rule is based on the years I have covered mobile technology, and the observations I've made of countless users of said technology. A good UX is crucial to get a good customer reception, and the 90/10 rule can go a long way to getting one.
This is a peek into a technology writer’s home office, aka Mobile News Manor, discussing gadgets, apps, best practices using same, and ebooks. This week was a laptop kind of week.
There must be a convenient digital method to keep track of e-book libraries that cross multiple retailers, but I haven't found it yet. How about you? Do you have a method to track multiple e-book libraries that is easy to implement?