Androids on steroids: joint Lollipop + Wear review - part II

Part I can be found here. The CLOCK If you ask me, Moto 360 is by FAR the best looking wearable tech clock present on the market today. This was my impression when I saw first photos, release videos by Motorola have convinced me even more & when I got the item on my wrist, there could be no doubt anymore - it looks as good live as it did on pictures. PROS high quality of materials & high precision of production awesome display universal, minimalistic design satisfactory battery life (easily enough for 1 day) replaceable straps connector-less charging (you…

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Androids on steroids: joint Lollipop + Wear review - part I

I took my time, but I didn't want to rush things too much: reviewing OSes takes some time & it's quite easy to state a premature opinion that may not reflect the reality. Anyway, I'M READY to share with you my opinion on two latest Google's OSes: Android 5.0 (Lollipop) - phone version Android Wear I've used them both altogether on paired devices, so this review will cover this integration & synergy between devices as well. Let's rumble. Toys Google Nexus 5 & Motorola Moto 360. I have N5 for almost a year & it's clearly the best phone…

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Web 2.0 development without JavaScript? Hmm...

Today I was going to give you some overview of the changes in Visual Studio 2012, honestly, but … I’ve found something worth sharing instead :) Well, it’s not like the changes in latest MSFT IDE are not interesting, but these can wait. In one of the recent posts I’ve admitted that I never really had much faith in JavaScript - in past I was quite sure it’s a technology that will die sooner or later. Or maybe it will just be replaced with something not necessarily backward compatible that will be better designed and more dev-friendly. Clearly,…

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