Fragmentation Threshold

Ice Cream Sandwich hasn’t even had time to melt and someone out there on the internet has the nerve to create a chart showing just how infrequently all those Android devices actually get the latest version of the mobile OS. Michael DeGusta, the man who laid out the sad state of Google’s hardware support in […]

Is Ice Cream Sandwich Delicious?

After two episodes that revolved around the iPhone last week it’s certainly nice to spend some time talking about delectable frozen treats…wait, is that Chaim saying that Android releases are named by desserts in ascending alphabetical order? This week we discuss the new features Android has to offer and trends in mobile operating system development. Chaim feels pushed towards […]

Which Devices Can Run iOS 5?

As a public service announcement for those toting Apple mobile devices with a few more scratches than the average iPhone 4S: iOS 5 is compatible (and that includes iMessage functionality) with the following devices: iPhone 3GS iPhone 4 iPad 1 iPad 2 iPod Touch 3rd Generation iPod Touch 4th Generation The bottom of the iOS […]

iCloudy with a Chance of Google

The cornerstone of Apple’s push towards iOS 5 is iCloud and we decided it deserves a 30 minute block of it’s own. Are sync services central to digital devices going forward? How does Apple’s method compare to Google’s? We also discuss what really happens when all of those 8 megapixel pictures from new iPhone 4Ss […]

Eyes on iOS 5

It’s been nearly a week so each of us has had a chance to use each and every one of the 200+ new features, and with the help of the inimitable Kelly Guimont of TUAW and Angry Mac Bastards fame, we get to make sense of them.  Siri also gives hosting a try, but she’s […]