Why Android [STILL] Isn’t Afraid Of The iPhone 4

In light of the recent announcement of the iPhone 4S, I thought I’d revisit this post that I published back in January to see if the iPhone had made any headway into striking fear into the heart of Android phone owners. Interestingly, it doesn’t look like Apple has made any advancements toward solving the deficiencies that I identified almost a year ago.

280 Daily Tries To Fill The Niche Between Twitter And Tumblr By Asking You To Archive Your Life

Is there a need for yet another microblogging service? The folks at 280 Daily think so. Their angle is to ask users to summarize their day in 280 characters.

Android Phone Sales Surpass iPhones For The First Time

The Nielsen Company is reporting that in Q2 2010 new sales of Android-based smart phones in the US surpassed those of the iPhone for the first time. Global sales are increasing, as well, with Canalys estimating an 866% uptick worldwide from Q2 2009. The increase in sales is being attributed to the maturation of the platform, as well as media hype for phones such as Verizon’s Droid X and Sprint’s HTC EVO.