Tag Archives: android

Field Service Mobility – What’s in it for me?

Field Service mobility has become easy to imagine. As we speak, companies are achieving a mobile and connected field service based operation because the technology building blocks are firmly in place. Even the small and…

Google’s Android Studio vs. Eclipse: Which Fits Your Needs?

Google’s Android Studio is a development tool for Android based on the IntelliJ IDEA platform, one that managed to attract a lot of hype when it rolled out in mid-2013. Roughly a year later, the platform is still in “early access preview,” and…

Why Would Nokia Produce an Android Smartphone?

Nokia plans on unveiling a Google Android smartphone this month, according to The Wall Street Journal, which cited anonymous sources “familiar with the matter.” The Journal added that the device was already under development when Microsoft acquired…

KitKat: Google’s Weapon Against Apple

For years, Google’s critics railed that the Android operating system had a fragmentation problem, with too many manufacturers installing too many versions of the software on too many phones. As a result, they argued, the Android ecosystem was a mess…

Apple CEO Tim Cook Has Some Choice Words About Android

In an extensive interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, Apple CEO Tim Cook sought to explain how his company stands out in an increasingly crowded mobile-device market. Apple will release two new iPhones this month, with analysts waiting to see whether…