Andrew covers news and opinions pertaining to smartphones, tablets, and all else mobile for Digital Trends. He recently switched from Apple to Microsoft and shares the experience through "Life and Tiles of a Windows 8 Convert." Andrew also interns at The Wirecutter and writes for Laptop Magazine and Techerator. Outside of writing, Andrew splits his time between cooking, gaming, and reading.
A marketing executive from Sony revealed the Japanese company plans to emulate elite Android manufacturer's like Samsung by pumping out high-end smartphones and ignoring the cheaper, entry-level devices.
Hoping to stream high-quality games to our living rooms, Nvidia has unveiled the Grid. Boasting some powerful hardware and impressive cross-device sync capabilities, the Grid could be the long-awaited answer to cloud gaming.
As Andrew continues his mission to go all in on Windows and Microsoft products and completely convert his digital life, his love affair with Windows Phone 8 and the Nokia Lumia 920 begins to fall apart.
Before 2012 is over, we thought we'd take a look back. The world of smartphones, tablets, and e-readers continued to evolve this year. Book readers light up, phones continue to grow, and new technologies are invading the market.
In the second article in our weekly Life and Tiles of a Windows 8 Convert series, Andrew details his first days, and instant crush on Windows Phone 8 and the Nokia Lumia 920. But will this love affair last?