LG has — finally — moved to on-screen buttons with the LG G2, giving up the ghost (for now) on the capacitive buttons of old. That provides for some flexibility for how things work in addition to making things a little easier on the hardware side.
By default, you've got three buttons — back, home and menu. Yes, an on-screen menu button. Not recent apps.
You do get the option to move things...
We're all thinking about our next phone, because that what Android fans tend to do. We know we want lots of cores, tons of RAM, lots of storage, and all the other bells and whistles that go along with. Tonight, let's talk buttons.
There's three ways to go here. Old school physical buttons, capacitive buttons, and with ICS, on-screen buttons. Each have their strengths and their weaknesses. And we...
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When OnLive announced they were bringing their services to Android, I was pretty excited. Unfortunately, as soon as I dove into the app, I was made aware of a huge limitation: the touch controls.
They're not terrible (they're touch controls, what do you expect?), but they close off a whole section of the games library that requires a physical controller. So...
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