Which do you prefer, Android or iPhone? Vote in the poll below.
Thursday, February 7
The predicted numbers apparently show that Android tops iPhone. Laptop Magazine, in an online post, reports that by December, in terms of smartphones, there will 798 million Android handsets compared to 294 million iPhones. Athens Patch wants to know: Android or iPhone? Vote in the poll below and tell us the reasonings for your preference in comments. Subscribe to the Athens Patch Newsletter, like us on Facebook, follow Athens Patch on Twitter
Georgia is the first state to offer an app for emergency preparedness with geo-located weather alerts, customizable emergency plans and live maps of open shelters.
Friday, September 23, 2011
Research that shows Americans are now increasingly reliant on mobile technology to learn information about disasters. With that in mind, the Georgia Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security and Georgia Department of Public Health have teamed up to create a special mobile app for both iPhone and Android devices. The new "Ready Georgia" mobile app debuted this week, offering up-to-the-minute weather and hazard alerts based on a user’s location and customizable emergency preparedness checklists. Before an emergency, users will be able to make disaster plans for their families and check flood risk levels and historic tornado data near their location, according to a news release. During an emergency, the app will deliver severe weather …