In the world of Android, there are many devices for us to choose from. Google develops the core OS and then various device manufacturers take that, modify that to fit their various phones and tablets, (and phablets), and then release it to the market, leaving customers with large number of choices. Having a huge and diverse market like this causes competition within these manufacturers and that’s always so good for consumers and Android eco system.
But there may be some Android lovers who appreciates Apple‘s way of doing it – single choice from one company which does it all.
Obviously that method can’t be implemented with Android, and it never should be, and it never would be.
Most of us really don’t know what happened to our hard earned money at the end of the month. Do you really want to learn where your money goes hiding? I didn’t know either. But now I do, and I can now make decisions before making another expense, and I can know how much money I’ve got in bank and pocket without even going to bank, loging in to bank’s website, or checking pocket. This is all thanks to the service called “CashBase”. Continue reading →
Although both Ubuntu and Android are OSs using the Linux kernel, most of the software developed for managing Android devices from PCs, are either for Windows or for MacOS. There doesn’t exist any application for Ubuntu – that I know of – that can manage media, text messages, and other content in an Android device. Even the ways of sharing files between Ubuntu and Android isn’t easy. Continue reading →
I think it’s time for me to restart blogging again. Not that I have a huge reader base eagerly waiting to consume stuff that I might put in my blog, rather I should restart it for the purpose of sharing what I learn, that I think would be needed by me again at some pant in the future. Anyway, I feel it’s a kind of thing one might do in a January.
I think this is a good opportunity to review my 2012. I’m just writing these things without really considering about the order they happened. Continue reading →
Thambaru, who is a friend of mine recently bought an Android phone and asked me what should be the first things he do with it in order to prepare the phone for his use. So, I thought why shouldn’t I write a blogpost on that topic, so I can share my experience of Android. The phone I am currently using is my first Android, so this post would be in a newbie’s point of view, which I think, will make this post more relevant to people who really has the need of a resource like this. Continue reading →