Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. 1. Apple just launched a new attack on Android. The iPhone maker has launched a website aimed at persuading people who currently have an Android phone to buy an iPhone from Apple. 2. Show More Summary
Stepping out for groceries or an afternoon coffee? You’ll no longer need to bring anything more than your phone. Starting today, Android Pay is available in Russia – which means you’ll be able to enjoy a simpler and more secure way to...Show More Summary
Ready for adventure? So is LG’s latest smartphone. Today they announced the X Venture, a 5.2? low-cost Android 7.0 phone that sacrifices high-end specs for a tough as nails build and monster battery life. If you’re looking for a phone to take with you on extended camping trips, that might be a sacrifice worth making. Show More Summary
A new series of 15-second clips depicts the iPhone's strengths over Android. They're eerily familiar to anyone who remembers the Get a Mac campaign.
The infotainment is simple, but lacks standard integrated navigation as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Verizon is rumored to unveil the successor to it Ellipsis 10 Android tablet, with a press render of the unannounced device making the rounds.
With Google I/O come and gone, it’s clear Android O isn’t going to be the most dramatic software update ever, but there’s still plenty to look forward to. Now in its second developer preview, Android O brings a number of performance improvements and new features. Show More Summary
The latest Humble Mobile Bundle deal for Android gamers lets them pay just a little money to access a number of great platformer games.
Hackers in Russia targeted domestic bank customers and stole funds from their accounts using Android malware. The group intended to target bank customers in France and other western countries before being arrested.
Nest might finally have a new product on the way, though it could just be an upgraded indoor security camera rather than a new product category it could dominate like it did with thermostats all those years ago. According to Android Police, the smart home company is working on a new indoor Nest Cam with […] New Nest Cam Incoming With 4K-Not-4K is a post from: Droid Life
These days, it’s not a stretch to argue that the best Android phones are out-designing the iPhone. Devices like Samsung’s Galaxy S8 have features that just aren’t available on Apple’s flagships, for example. When it comes to the metrics that matter most, though, Apple is in front. Show More Summary
Apple on Monday introduced an overhauled "Switch" minisite, hoping to persuade more Android users to buy an iPhone, while simultaneously releasing a related series of video ads.
Without fail, Tim Cook hops on an earnings conference call every few months and boasts that Apple recently saw a record number of new iPhone users coming over from the world of Android. Now, in an effort to coerce an even greater number...Show More Summary
Apple is back in the business of trying to convince consumers to switch to its products from a rival platform. Only this time it's targeting users of Android, not Windows. The iPhone maker on Monday launched a new website that's aimed at persuading people who currently have an Android phone to buy an iPhone from Apple. Show More Summary
Apple is turning up the heat on Android with a fresh redesign of its website that teaches smartphone customers how to transition to iPhone. The new site makes it super-easy for Android users to make the change to iOS by promoting one of Apple’s only Android apps: Move to iOS. Packed with simple FAQ segments […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple wants you to know how easy it is to leave the dull, colorless world of your Android device and slide right into brightly hued iOS life. A series of new 15-second ads use a simple graphic frame with a split background--the left half gray, the right half vibrant--to deliver a series of mini metaphors...
Apple has started a new iPhone advertising campaign centered around potential switchers who currently use Android or other platforms. Apple highlights superior performance, camera quality, privacy, and other factors in appealing to potential new iPhone customers. more…
Amazon’s odd foray into the world of selfie cameras via the Echo Look is now complete with the launch of a companion application for iOS and Android devices that works with the new connected camera. The app allows Echo Look owners to...Show More Summary
Just because you chose Google's Android over every other rendition doesn't mean you should be left out of the wireless fun. Mophie has concocted a clever solution for those of you who may adore your Pixel XL smartphones, but have been secretly ruing the day you abandoned your wireless charging privileges. Show More Summary
The Pixel Launcher from the latest version of Android O has been made available for download if your device is running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow or above.