Welcome to Geek Mecca
 

 
 

Could Android fail?

When we think of the smartphones and tablets operating systems, we primarily think of Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android platforms. It’s essentially become a two-horse race. But what would happen if one of the h...
by Geek Staff
0

 
 
 

Asha vs Android: Nokia blurs the smartphone lines in its battle for mobile’s low end

Nokia today unveiled a new device and operating system that it hopes can help it compete with Android phones at the low end of the mobile market. The Asha 501 runs on what Nokia is calling its ‘Asha platform’: essen...
by Geek Staff
0

 
 
 

iOS 7 wishlist: web-based account administration

Last week’s Google I/O conference inspired me to dust off my Android phone and I’ve been using it a little more than normal lately. I’ve been testing Google Play Music All Access to see how it compares with Sp...
by Geek Staff
0

 

 
 

Best Android smartphones (June 2013 edition)

Previous | Next Image 1 of 8 (Image: ZDNet) Introduction Looking to replace your aging Android companion with something newer and with a little more “oomph”? Here are five excellent Android-powered smartphones fro...
by Geek Staff
0

 
 
 

The future of Ubuntu on mobile: Canonical forms carrier group to shape OS

Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, has launched an advisory group for mobile carriers to help them influence the development of its emerging mobile OS. Read this Canonical’s Ubuntu smartphone OS, in pictures Read more ...
by Geek Staff
0

 
 
 

Google Play: Google’s ultimate answer to Amazon and Apple

Google Play brings all of Google’s entertainment services under one roof. What do you get if you take Google Music; Google eBookStore; the Android Market, and the Android movie rental service into one service? You get Goo...
by Geek Staff
0

 

 
 

Google’s Android+Chrome likely a winning combo

The forthcoming Chrome browser for Android is a good move for Google as it attempts to shakes off extreme competition from Apple’s iPhone/iPad, disappointing sales of Android tablets and worries about fragmentation of its two...
by Geek Staff
 

 
 
 

Transformer Prime: benefits of extremely long battery life

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. Prior to joining ZDNet, James was the Founding Editor of jkOnTheRun, a CNET...
by Geek Staff
0

 
 
 

San Francisco hates your startup: SceneTap

When locals heard that Scenetap’s facial detection cameras are going live in over a dozen San Francisco bars this Friday, the new startup received the opposite of a San Francisco welcome. SceneTap was not met with a Ritual R...
by Geek Staff
0