by Adam Doud | August 1, 2015 12:00 PM
Sony announced recently that it would be testing a new near-stock Android experiment, while moving most of its additional Sony services to the form of apps. This is great news for those of us who have grown to prefer the stock Android experience as can be found on Nexus phones near-stock on phones such as those offered by Motorola The stock Android experience is a pretty good experience, and more importantly, it brings a unified experience across multiple devices. Ask and thou shalt receive The days of skins are waning as more and more OEMs are changing over to this stock or near-stock ...
by Jaime Rivera | June 7, 2013 5:00 PM
A lot of people have forgotten about the origins of Android. It wasn't the prettiest OS, nor was it the most complete. I remember that one of my biggest reasons to avoid it was that the first version of the OS was launched without support for a virtual keyboard. Another was the fact that the UI just looked cheesy even when compared to the Windows Mobile that we had back then. We all knew of the plans that Google had for this OS, but its first couple of iterations were anything but promising. OEMs like HTC changed that. I still remember how special the HTC Hero was, specifically because ...
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