The problem with HTC

I like gadgets. Specifically, I like gadgets that work, connect and help you achieve your task without making you jump through hoops. In addition, I believe that gadgets should look reasonably nice and if they allow me to tinker and improve them myself, then it's all the better. Gadgets that…

#Tags: mobile, smartphones, android

Setting up with Cordova under Linux

Building mobile apps with HTML/CSS may not be universally beneficial but for certain types of apps it does offer the write-once/deploy-everywhere attitude that Xamarin valiantly fails at. The Apache Cordova platform (currenty at version 4) is the enabler here and its magic allows developers to leverage their knowledge…

#Tags: programming, mobile, android, cordova

Samsung Galaxy S5 disappointment

The launch of the new Samsung flagship phone, the Galaxy S5 has left many with a bitter taste and it begs a question: is Samsung trying to release as small an increment as possible to see how much the public can take before they stop jumping at the latest releases?…

#Tags: samsung, mobile, innovation, android, galaxy S5