Nexus 4 Battery Drain Problem

I have been using the Google Nexus 4 smartphone for a few weeks and, over all, I have enjoyed the experience. Using Google Android Jelly Bean has improved the performance of this cellphone, making it function smoothly during the course of all the activities I complete each day. Though the regular functioning of the phone…

iOS vs Android

iOS Vs. Android

In the spirit of giving folks what they ask for, I’ve decided to take on the subject of iOS versus Android head-on. This is hardly an easy comparison to make as each platform evolves so quickly. Over a period of a few years, both of these platforms have undergone major changes to many of the…

Should Android and Chrome Be Combined?

A few years ago, I was one of the lucky few who received the Google Cr-48 Chromebook laptop computer. The original model came with Chrome OS installed, which was rather a plain-Jane, vanilla rendition of an operating system. The Chrome OS was extremely limited and those who used it soon recognized these limitations. Though Google…

Nexus 10 Vs. Nexus 7

The Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 are sure to be big sellers during this year’s holiday season. Both of these devices are listed among the biggest and best in their class for both hardware and software, and there aren’t many Android fans who would be disappointed to find one of these under the tree this…

Nexus 7 with Android 4.2 Reviewed

When Google first announced its latest Android OS update to version 4.2, and I first learned of what changes would be made, I knew that some of what would be offered might not appeal to everyone. My personal hope, before the update, was that it would not reduce the performance level I currently enjoy using…