Tech news tagged ‘poll’

Poll: Alternative platforms poised to rival Android

Mobile World Congress was full of Android-related developments, of course, but it was also a chance to showcase alternative mobile platforms from the likes of Mozilla (Firefox OS) and Samsung (Tizen). And previously, Canonical has thrown its Ubuntu hat into the smartphone and tablet ring…

“Firefox’s arrival indicates…

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Poll: Are you going to Mobile World Congress 2013?

Organised by the GSMA, Mobile World Congress is a massive event for the mobile industry, and its coming up soon (Monday 25 – Thursday 28 February).

Are you Barcelona bound, or not? And how closely will you follow the event? Time for another Poll…

Are you going to Mobile World Congress…

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Poll: Android as swap-in consumer UI

The Panasonic Rice cooker has garnered a lot of (critical) attention as the exemplar of pointless Internet integration, courtesy of Android.

But a more balanced example might be the Dacor Discovery IQ Wall Oven. While the company mentions Internet-related stuff such as “researching new recipes or viewing cooking video…

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Poll: Ubuntu for Phones

The topic for this week’s poll – the first of 2013 – falls in to my lap with the announcement of Ubuntu for phones. See Ubuntu for phones leverages Android drivers

Your thoughts on this Cannonical development, and its vision of an OS that can run on everything, from a phone…

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Poll: Gingerbread past its sell by date?

Time for another poll! Let’s keep with the monthly Android platform stats, recently released. Inevitably, thoughts turn Gingerbread-wards…

How damaging is it, to the general perception of Android, that a two-year-old version still predominates on active devices? Have your say.

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Poll: Differentiating phones by processor

Time for another Poll, and I am going to return to the Baidu-Qualcomm post we ran earlier in the week – Free cloud storage offered with Snapdragon-based devices

“The Chinese equivalent of Google, Baidu, has announced a deal with Qualcomm in China that sees it offering free personal storage…

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