Love this Peugeot 208 commercial. Few car commercials ever hold my attention for more than 5 seconds. You see the car and you'll never forget it because of that awesome dance performance. Great work.
It doesn't matter who you are, buying a smartphone is a simple decision and it's based on how you like to use your phone.
If you're the kind of person that really enjoys widgets and copious amounts of customizability, then Android is a great platform. Powerful and sometimes overtly complex. Yes, it can get exhausting keeping tabs on all those customizations, but that's a dream for some people.
You can replace most of the default apps and that's something I wish iOS would copy. Apple has great intentions, but their default apps often leave me wanting. But where Android often falters for me is build quality. It's parade of cheap hardware. But that's slowly becoming less of and issue.
I've made the mistake of generalizing Android as a nerdy platform. But if there is one thing Android has become, it's easier to use.
If you like power and simplicity, then I recommend the iPhone. To this day, Apple garners most of the best-in-breed apps you'll ever find on a smartphone or tablet. But the innovation stops there.
The iPhone gets out of the way. I often recommend the iPhone to people coming from older mobile devices. The iPhone is easily the path of least resistence and complexity for most people.
Some would have you believe iPhone owners are simple-minded idiots. But that just isn't the case. The iPhone is for people with simple needs.
At the end of the day, we're all just buying products we connect easily with. For some it's an iPhone, others an Android device. And God bless your heart, maybe a Windows Phone or Blackberry.
I tell people to buy what they like the most and to never feel guilty or envious if someone thinks that choice sucks.
Waxing memories of his episodic music video series "Trapped in the Closet", R. Kelly is just one of those artists with enough stay power to last centuries.
Joe Juba reporting for Game Informer:
All you need to do is plug the HDMI cable from your PS4 into the HDMI In port on the back of your Xbox One. Then make sure your Xbox One is plugged into your TV.
Why? Because you want to play Killzone Shadowfall while binge-watching the Breaking Bad series on Netflix. That's why.
Ingrid Lunden reporting for TechCrunch:
The company did not offer any further specifics on the layoffs. One person who first alerted us to them alleges that they affect 35 people. We have had other tips that say this works out to between one-fifth and one-third of the workforce, with significant cuts in engineering.
It's pretty well-known that music streaming isn't a profit business. However you want to look at it, this is nothing but good news for Rdio.