Android Multitasking Is (Still) A Half-Baked Ripoff

The hobbled nature and halfhearted implementation of Android's card-based multitasking severely impairs the usefulness of what could be -and, in another life, what was- a compelling, awesome feature.

By Michael Fisher July 16, 2012, 6:47 pm

Where We’re Coming From: Michael Fisher’s Device History

How I feel about a new smartphone is shaped by every device I've ever owned. My experiences over the past eight years affect my perception of new devices. You come here, in part, to read our impressions of these new phones. Some of you weigh these…

By Michael Fisher June 15, 2012, 11:14 am
General OS News

Why People Love(d) webOS

webOS has continued as a relevant platform in the mobile space for so long, not just because of its calamitous, headline-worthy fall from grace, but because so much of its revolutionary roots fuel the most popular mobile devices of today.

By Michael Fisher May 23, 2012, 5:08 pm


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