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Galaxy S8 and Plus

Posted by on Apr 27, 2017 in Android | 0 comments

Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Overview   That the Galaxy S8 feels like such a complete thought out of the box likely speaks to how long the phone was in development. In this overview, we’re going to be referring to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ interchangeably because, for all intents and purposes, and unlike last year, they are one phone in two sizes. That’s due to a renewed focus on fundamentals, on sticking with what works and evolving the experience in small, meaningful ways. There are regressions, in one major and one minor way, but we’ll get to that. It has been using the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ at different times for a total of two weeks. Both models are unlocked Canadian models connected to AT&T in the U.S. or Rogers in Canada, with Snapdragon 835 processors...

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LG G6

Posted by on Mar 14, 2017 in Android, News | 0 comments

LG G6 is now coming with better specifications 4 reasons you’ll want this sleek phone with its massive screen (and 2 reasons you won’t) The LG G6 could not have come at a better time. Launching its spec-packed, metal-and-glass G6 at the world’s largest mobile show (Mobile World Congress) gives LG a rare opportunity to prove itself after that lukewarm reception of last year’s modular-like G5, without the fear of being overshadowed by its biggest competitor, Samsung. (Samsung had to push back the launch of its Galaxy S8 flagship while dealing with fallout from its exploding Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.) And that’s great. When it comes to the G6, we like what we’ve seen so far. Gone is that funky modular body (but also the removable battery). In its place are a slim design that’s 80 percent screen and...

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Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

Posted by on Nov 11, 2016 in Android, News | 0 comments

Samsung‘s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are still looking strong even though the Edge 7 has failed due to the battery problem. It had a phone that was better than the HTC 10, better than the Huawei P9 and it’s still better than the iPhone 7. But then the exploding Galaxy S8 and Samsung took a bit of a hit. Is it enough to make you think twice about buying a Samsung device? In a word, no. The Galaxy S7 is still the best phone we’ve reviewed this year. Maybe the Google Pixel phone will have something to say about that though. After the massive, and much needed, change in design direction Samsung took with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge in 2015, all rumours pointed to things staying pretty much the same for the Galaxy S7....

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LG new smartphone V20

Posted by on Sep 20, 2016 in News | 0 comments

The LG is produced recent smartphone V20 to compete with Galaxy Note7 and Iphone 7, with a souped up second screen and an all-metal look. Once upon a time, all portable gadgets had removable/swappable power sources. Foreign handset makers tried to put up a fight, but in the end, the Apple bandwagon proved to be too strong, and virtually all smartphones today have its battery sealed in. Except LG. If you think having a removable battery is pointless, ask Samsung’s boss right now if he wishes the Note 7 had that option. If the Note 7 had swappable batteries, that recall would cost half a million instead of a billion. LG’s latest phone, the V20, manages to keep its battery unshackled despite going all metal. And the South Korean tech giant has obviously taken all the G5 criticism (modularity...

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Google is Opening its Physical Store

Posted by on Feb 17, 2013 in News, Rumors | 0 comments

Google is known as the most popular search engine and owner of the Android mobile operating system which is now applied mostly on mobile handsets used by many prominent mobile handset makers, such as Samsung, Sony, HTC, LG, and etc. For years, Google with its Android has just only got an online store, Google Play. At the end of year 2013, Google is rumored to be opening its first physical stores. The retail stores are going to be opened in the US in the upcoming season holiday. Having its own physical stores, it’s time for Google to make things different. The making of the chain of retail stores is a good starting point for Google to break what Apple has done for a long time with its Apple stores around the world. Nexus flagship handsets and the Chromebook products,...

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Ubuntu OS Phone Comes In October This Year

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in News, Rumors, Ubuntu Phone | 0 comments

There are various operating systems of mobile handsets available nowadays on the smartphone markets. The top-notch operating systems available on the market are Android, iOS, Windows Phone 8, and the new released BlackBerry 10. Those popular operating systems are competing to get the top position as the most used operating systems among the smartphone users. As the year goes, the domination of the world most used operating systems seems to be going to change. It is because a new mobile operating system from Mozilla, Firefox OS, is going to shake their domination. Firefox OS is now under the development test. Even, a very new mobile operating system from Ubuntu, Ubuntu OS phone, will go on to take on the popular operating systems. The appearance of the Ubuntu OS phone has been rumored a year ago. As reported by Gsmarena...

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Hackers Own 250.000 Twitter Accounts

Posted by on Feb 4, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Recently, two big media companies in the US got hacked. They are The New York Times and Washington Street Journal. Their online sites are reported to get hacked by hackers who are identified from China. The hackers’ attack attempts have forced other two big technology companies, Apple and Mozilla, to turn off Java by default in their browsers. After breaching the NYT and WSJ’s security system, the cyber bad guys aimed their attack at a popular microblogging site, Twitter. On Saturday (2/2/2003) through its official blog, Twitter said it detected unusual activity on its site. They identified unauthorized access attempts to Twitter users data – usernames, email addresses, session tokens and encrypted/salted versions of password. Twitter investigated that its 250.000 Twitter users’ accounts data have been stolen. Twitter has immediately taken some precautions to protect its users from the...

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Make Your Own Wireless Charging Kit In 10 Minutes For Samsung Galaxy S3

Posted by on Feb 3, 2013 in Help & How To | 0 comments

Wireless charging is a sophisticated feature on future smartphones nowadays. Though there are still a few smartphones that support it, wireless charging sounds nice in the smartphone.  Not only does it make smartphone look more sophisticated, but it also makes charging smartphone no more complicated. Technology is getting easy. Now, we do not need to use a charger cable to plug into the power supply for charging our smartphones. Samsung Galaxy S3 is among the smartphones that do not include the smart wireless charging kit out of the box. But now with a simple hack done by a member of the XDA Developers forum, Samsung Galaxy S3 users can now have that awesome feature. With just a few supplies that cost $25, S3 users can add wireless charging kit for their lovely phone for 10 minutes. The wireless charging...

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This is HTC’s Next Flagship, Meet HTC M7:

Posted by on Feb 2, 2013 in Rumors | 0 comments

Mobile World Congress 2013 is about to come. It is going to be held on February 25-28. It will be the most exciting place for lots of world’s prominent smartphone vendors to show off their newest flagships. HTC, as one of  the world’s top Android smartphone vendors, has reported that it will  introduce its upcoming M7 flagship ( read : HTC M7, The Official Announcement Scheduled for February 19?). Before introducing its next flagship at MWC, the Taiwanese company is said to be holding two press conferences to announce the HTC M7 in New York and and London on February 19. The HTC M7 is rumored to be available in stores on March 8. It will be available in European markets first, then going on sale in the US. HTC M7, which is going to get its first debut...

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No More BIS on BlackBerry Z10

Posted by on Feb 2, 2013 in News | 0 comments

The ease of use of Android, iPhone, and Windows Phone, especially for internet browsing, is a comfortable thing for mobile users. This is one of the the advantages of using those platforms. Being different from those platforms, BlackBerry was known to have its own internet browsing system, BlackBerry Internet System (BIS). BIS was a must to enjoy all phone features. With the new release of BlackBerry 10, connecting to the internet has now been made easier for BlackBerry 10 users. To connect to the internet, the BlackBerry 10 users do not need to subscribe to the BIS any more. For all the activities relating to the internet, such as using e-mail service, BlackBerry Messenger, etc., the BlackBerry 10 users just need to subscribe to the data plan of the carriers for internet access. Everything in the phone will be...

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