Jerry is an amateur woodworker and struggling shade tree mechanic. There's nothing he can't take apart, but many things he can't reassemble. You'll find him writing and speaking his loud opinion on Android Central and occasionally on Twitter.
Android 12 is unfinished, probably filled with bugs and even Google tells you to not use it on your daily driver. But dammit, I need it now.
Not every app needs to know exactly where you are when knowing "about" where you are can serve the same purpose. Google is finally giving us the tools to make the right choice.
The AirTags biggest feature is what makes it a nightmare when it comes to security, safety, and privacy — more than a billion iOS users can track one, but none of the billions of Android users can.
If you're looking for a gaming phone, you need to check out the RedMagic 6 pro. If mobile gaming's not your thing it still has a big battery and a small price tag.
Project Treble took a while to make a difference, but the benefits are starting to show themselves. At this rate, the Galaxy S21 could see an update when the S22 launches.
Android 12 can make your favorite app have a better built-in camera. But only if the company that makes your phone will play ball.
Mini LED display technology helps bring LCDs closer to OLED perfection where it counts. And they're a lot cheaper to make, too!
Testimony from prominent app developers shows how Google and Apple are abusing their dominance and stifling competition with app store rules.
Putting more power inside a tablet isn't the solution when the software isn't able to use it. Maybe a "lite" model is the right choice when it comes to your next tablet.
No phone is perfect, and if you're a picky man who is set in his ways you'll find things that bug you. I am that man and this is my list.
A short mention in a company blog post might mean Chromebooks with a new SoC from NVIDIA and MediaTek. Bring on the Steam games 🚜! Maybe ...
Android 12 brings a few great new features, but one of the best for users of BIG phones is the new one-handed mode.
Google can fix the global shortage of Snapdragon chips. All it needs to do is build its own, and then get them into devices that it can actually sell to people.
Two-factor authentication can protect your account, and a USB Security Key makes for a great backup if you lose your phone. It's cheap peace of mind and beats the heck out of calling Google.
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