posted on 18 Jan 2018, 16:10 2 1. alumoyo (Posts: 381; Member since: 26 Aug 2013) Doesn't really fill the customer with confidence that Sony are trying their best when they design and develop these phones: we just make make smartphones to stay in the industry and we aren't trying to lead or even compete - WHAT??? At least he could say "we are focusing on a market segment different from Apple and Samsung" or something. But those statements are worrying. posted on 18 Jan 2018, 16:27 19 2. Dr.Phil (Posts: 1802; Member since: 14 Feb 2011) It's like you didn't even read the CEO's own quote in the article. It says: posted on 18 Jan 2018, 16:44 0 4. sgodsell (Posts: 5840; Member since: 16 Mar 2013) Also Phonearena has said that a carrier didn't allow the finger print scanner. That is just BS. It was more like Apple or Microsoft that had stopped Sony from using the Finger print scanner in the US. 9. Alan01 (Posts: 475; Member since: 21 Mar 2012) Read it again. … [Read more...] about Comments for : Sony CEO Hirai says it will continue making smartphones, but not to compete with Apple or Samsung
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posted on 25 Jan 2017, 23:12 0 1. Zylam (Posts: 1380; Member since: 20 Oct 2010) Where did the Moto X go? posted on 03 Feb 2017, 15:46 0 7. MK10R (Posts: 9; Member since: 09 Apr 2013) Just like Sony did with their Z series, now became X series... And now Motorola with their X. posted on 25 Jan 2017, 23:30 0 2. Punchy506 (Posts: 129; Member since: 10 Jan 2016) Just got the January security patch and bugfix update on my Moto Z Droid, too. posted on 26 Jan 2017, 05:05 0 4. JC557 (Posts: 1870; Member since: 07 Dec 2011) Yup, got the download yesterday and it fixed the low notification volume issue and seems to be better on battery life as well. posted on 26 Jan 2017, 01:30 0 3. KingSam (Posts: 871; Member since: 13 Mar 2016) S this must be the 2017 model and not a oneplus 3T scenario. But with the Sd835 delays the wait will be long posted on 26 Jan 2017, 05:07 0 5. JC557 (Posts: 1870; Member since: 07 Dec 2011) Motorola/ Lenovo should stick … [Read more...] about Comments for : Lenovo is not chasing Apple or Samsung with the Moto Z line as it keeps its goals realistic
To start, I need to tell you that up until 2006 I was an avid PC user. Starting with my first computer when I was five, an IBM PS2 Model 30 (without a hard drive), I've been loyal. I started with DOS, then Windows 3, 3.1, 95, and then XP. Then came Vista. Before Vista, I spent a lot of time rebooting but it was more or less bearable. After Vista, which is by far the worst operating system ever made, I had to find another solution.In the summer of 2006, I upgraded about 80% of my company's computers to Macs; we're a design agency, and so most people wanted Macs anyway. I kept hearing about their strengths - how the OS never crashed, how it just worked, how you don't need to reboot every day - and dismissed them as blind lust from googly-eyed Apple enthusiasts.But something changed. People started doing things quicker. Work started flowing faster (I estimate by about a third). After seeing how I could still use Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel on a Mac using Parallels, I decided to … [Read more...] about Which is Better for Your Business—a Mac Or a PC?
Samsung's new Galaxy Alpha smartphone is made of metal – but that's not the only way it differs from the company's flagship device, the Galaxy S5. Buyers who pick the Alpha will have to make some concessions, including a smaller screen, slower processor and shorter battery life. But the new device has some advantages over its bigger brother, not least of which is its slicker design and lower price tag. And it retains most of the productivity-boosting software features of the S5. Exact availability and pricing for the Galaxy Alpha haven't yet been announced, however; those details are likely to vary by carrier. But we do know a lot about the Alpha after it debuted last week, about four months after the release of the Galaxy S5. So which is better for business? Read on to find out. Galaxy Alpha: The Alpha's 4.7-inch display falls short of the Galaxy S5's screen in terms of size and pixel density. Still, its 1280 x 720-pixel Super AMOLED display should produce sharp and vibrant … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Alpha vs Galaxy S5: Which Is Better for Business?
The smartwatch wars are on. The much-anticipated Apple Watch is the latest contender, changing the wearables battle by finally bringing the iPhone to your wrist. Now, it's not just Android users who can access their phones without actually touching their phones – iOS users can get in on the fun, too. Here's how Apple Watch stacks up against its closest competitor, Android Wear. Apps, apps and more apps. Apple Watch takes everything you love about your iPhone and jam-packs it onto your wrist. These include Messages, Mail, Phone, Camera, Photos, Passbook, Music, Maps and more. It will also come with fitness and workout apps, as well as a heart rate monitor and activity tracker. Just like your iPhone, Apple Watch delivers real-time notifications for everything a business user needs, from incoming mail to messages and calls. It can show you what your calendar looks like, keeping track of upcoming events and your next meeting. You can also swipe down for the Notification Center to see … [Read more...] about Apple Watch vs. Android Wear: Which Is Better for Business?
Will an iPhone make you more productive than an Android phone, or vice versa? The two platforms are ultimately pretty similar, with most apps available for both iOS — the operating system that powers iPhones — and Android. But there are also some real differences in terms of security, hardware, cost and software features. If you’re looking for a new mobile business companion, here’s a breakdown of what to look for.Want a smartphone with a huge screen, or one with killer battery life? What if you just want something that won’t break your business budget? Android phones come in a huge variety of shapes and sizes, with a wide range of feature sets. Whether you want the latest flagship device, such as the Samsung Galaxy S7, a big-screen phablet such as the 5.7-inch Google Pixel XL, or just something dirt cheap such as the Moto G4 Plus, Android has you covered. In comparison, Apple's selection is limited to just a handful of different devices. … [Read more...] about iOS vs. Android: Which is Better for Business?
Samsung's new Galaxy S6 smartphone looks to be the next great business phone, but how does it stack up to the latest iPhone? The S6 — which launches April 10 — sports a couple of key upgrades, like a premium design and a better fingerprint scanner, that bring it more in line with the iPhone 6. On the other hand, Samsung nixed a few features — like expandable storage and a swappable battery — that helped last year's Galaxy S5 stand apart from Apple's phone. So with two devices that look and feel so similar, does one stand out as the better work phone? Design Previously entries in the Galaxy S series have felt solid and durable — the kind of thing that can withstand a few drops and dings. But it's hard to deny that those all-plastic devices felt a bit cheap compared with Apple's metal-cased iPhones. That's why it's nice to see Samsung adopt more premium materials for its latest flagship phone. The Galaxy S6 is sleeker, thinner and better-looking … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. iPhone 6: Which is Better for Business?
Samsung will soon launch the Galaxy Tab S2, its new flagship tablet and successor to last year's Galaxy Tab S. Set to arrive in August, the Galaxy Tab S2 looks a lot like the iPad Air 2; it's just slightly thinner and lighter, and sports the classic Galaxy build. But how do the two powerful tablets compare? Read on to find out what the Galaxy Tab S2 and the iPad Air 2 have to offer and which is better for business. The Galaxy Tab S2 and the iPad Air 2 offer plenty of screen real estate to view and edit documents and run business apps. Both come in 9.7-inch models, but the Galaxy also has an 8-inch version if you're looking for a smaller display or a more portable device (read more on portability below) . Neither device disappoints when it comes to delivering stunning visuals, either. All models come with color-rich 2048 x 1536-pixel displays, with the Galaxy sporting a Super AMOLED display and the iPad featuring a Retina display. However, the difference … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 vs. iPad Air 2: Which Is Better for Business?
Samsung's latest big-screen phone, the Galaxy Note 5, offers everything workers want: a large 4.7-inch display for productivity, a fingerprint scanner for added security and even a built-in stylus for effortless note taking. So can Apple's 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus measure up to the Note 5 as a work phone? Here's a feature-for-feature breakdown to see how the two phablets compare. Apple used to have Samsung's number when it came to smartphone design, pushing out gorgeous devices that made Samsung phones look like clunky plastic toys. Not anymore. Compared to the Note 4, the Note 5 has been totally revamped. The old plastic body has been replaced by more-premium materials, including a sturdy aluminum frame and glass back. The backside of the Note 5 also has new curved edges that allow the big phone to fit more snugly into your palm and help make it one of the sleekest smartphones on the market. While a better-looking device won't necessarily help you do your job, the good looks … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs. iPhone 6 Plus: Which is Better for Business?
The iPhone 6s is now available for pre-order, and business users have plenty to look forward to. But how does Apple's latest flagship smartphone compare with its closest competitor, Samsung's Galaxy S6, for business users? Read on to find out how each phone stacks up and which is better for work. The iPhone 6s and Galaxy S6 both offer sleek, ultrathin frames with stunning displays. But if you're looking for more screen real estate, the S6 is the way to go. The iPhone 6s is equipped with a 4.7-inch Retina HD display, but the Galaxy S6 comes with a larger 5.1-inch screen for more room to work on documents and business apps. Both phones are also designed with durability in mind, but the iPhone 6s has an edge over the Galaxy S6. The S6 is made of sturdy magnesium alloy and a glass back, while the iPhone 6s has been upgraded with aerospace-grade alloy aluminum that's stronger than its predecessor. The 6s' display is also built with what Apple says is the strongest cover glass among … [Read more...] about iPhone 6s vs Galaxy S6: Which Is Better for Business?