The Google Nexus 6P, made by Huawei, is by far the best Nexus phone to date. Arguably, if you’re first and foremost, an Android fan, one could easily put the 6P as the best Android phone to date. Continue reading “Nexus 6P, Solid!”
The Chromebook Pixel. How vivid the image remains of the day, nearly two years ago when UPS delivered that tech goodness to my door. My oh my, I surely felt after using the Pixel, that Google would shake the hardware world up for many years to come. Two things; One, their not doing that and two, the fact that I’m typing on that aforementioned Pixel has much to do with that now vivid image… Continue reading “Is Google Fading from Mobile Hardware Development?”
The year was 2007 and I remember being all-eyes as Apple introduced the iconic iPhone. Like many, the anticipation leading up to the event was high and eventually, the iPhone itself lived up to the hype. Being the first to market and for a period, alone with zero competition, Apple maintaining king of the throne status, easy. Continue reading “OK Apple, I Get It.”
Apps apps apps. They’ve become a necessity in our mobile lives. Rather than head to a website, it’s just simpler and in some cases, quicker, to click that app. On what will become a recurring post, here is Tech~Nificant’s Android app spotlight.
Well, it’s Friday morning and this years MWC is come and gone. A highly anticipated event each year, with many looking forward to the next innovation to lead into the tomorrow of tech goodness. For most, MWC 2014 didn’t disappoint. I’d like to take a moment and focus on two companies, Samsung and Nokia.