Dustin Curtis on what at first seems like a bad design decision by Apple until experiencing the "normal" design.
My Dinner With Android – Four months with Android: reflections, grievances and some tenuous metaphors bundled up into a weighty tome
That pretty much sums up every bit of experience of Android I’ve ever heard.
Nice bump to an awesome phone.
Not a bad negative outlook of Apple post Steve Jobs, it starts with a pretty good premise but the conclusion doesn’t jibe.
The end of this battle between Apple and publishers.
Nice and simple fix, defiantly not quite as common a problem on the iPhone (rarely do I find myself wanting to hit the label vs. the input field).
Apple’s cut is so out of portion to everything else comparable is the real problem.
It’s one thing to come out with a product half finished, it’s another to come out and say you’ll finish the product and never do.
In a nutshell these were more or less my main issues with the experience of using an Android phone.
Wonder when we’ll start hearing something what this investigation into mobile advertising and I presume privacy is trying to discover.