We have seen how companies like BlackBerry have allowed Android apps to run on its platform. Granted it’s not the most optimized experience one can have, but if you wanted a particular app that wasn’t available for BlackBerry OS 10, then you would at least have this option. Now according to a report from Neowin, it seems that Microsoft is looking to offer its Windows Phone users a similar option as well.
This isn’t the first time we have heard that Microsoft was looking into that functionality although it seems that even after a year, Microsoft still has not given the feature a greenlight to ship alongside the Windows Phone platform. Instead it seems that Microsoft is developing the feature more as a backup plan in the event that universal Windows apps fail to catch on with developers. Read full post →Microsoft Reportedly Working On Windows Phone Compatible Android Apps
With the Apple Watch featuring an OLED display, we suppose it is fair to assume and speculate if Apple could turn to using OLED displays for future iPhones. Unfortunately if you were looking forward to seeing OLED displays in future iPhones like the iPhone 7 in 2016, then you might be disappointed to learn that Apple could be passing on it. Read full post →Apple Expected To Stick With LCD, Not OLED For iPhone 7