In the US, wireless providers are increasingly monetizing data caps by charging users for any data they use beyond their limit.
American greed at its finest. Power equals knowledge. And the internet is fast access to a plethora of knowledge. Obviously, these Internet providers in the US are taking advantage and squeezing as much money as they can from their customers. It makes me sick.
This is how you beat software fragmentation. When you can update just about anything without having to push out a new Android version, you have fewer and fewer reasons to bother calling up Samsung and begging them to work on a new update. When the new version of Android brings nothing other than low-level future-proofing, users stop caring about the update.
This is also why Google should stop calling Android “open-sourced” software.
However, in Samsung Galaxy Gear review we found that despite its premium design, the functions and settings it brings to users, especially the lack of social network integration don’t really justify its hefty price of £299.
I’m not surprised in the slightest.