Sony Xperia Z1 Compact - Video review
by victoriatagg on Feb 6, 2014 12:33:19 AM
If the 5-inch Sony Xperia Z1 was too much phone for your pocket to handle, then you might want to check out the new Sony Xperia Z1 Compact.
Survey: Which handsets would you like to see on the giffgaff Handset Selector?
by victoriatagg on Mar 24, 2014 6:15:27 PM
Picking the right handset is a bit like finding the perfect partner. Before you commit, you want to know that you work well together. To get the full picture though we need your help. Suggest the phones you think should be included for a chance to win oe of two Blackberry Q10s.
Whatsapp taking over traditional text messaging
by shadylady on Apr 12, 2014 1:49:29 PM
First, traditional simple phones got replaced with super techy, high functionality smart phones. Now it seems like some traditional phone functionalities are being replaced too. Read on to find out how WhatsApp has taken over.
Top 8 Sony Xperia M cases and accessories
by wsjudd on Apr 19, 2014 2:45:01 AMGood evening folks! Today we're going to take a look at some of the best accessories for a low-key but well-selling Sony handset, the Xperia M. Let's get right into the suggestions.
giffgaff revealed as No 1 network provider in latest Which? magazine survey
by alison_es on Apr 17, 2014 2:29:28 PM
We have some rather lovely news to share this morning. We’ve been named best provider in Which? magazine’s latest customer satisfaction survey.
HTC One M8 vs Samsung Galaxy S5
by victoriatagg on Apr 16, 2014 8:00:00 AM
The Samsung Galaxy S5 was launched last week on 11th April. Members are able to purchase the handset on giffgaff for £529. This handset has been very popular with our members but how does it shape up next to the HTC One M8?
29 exhilarating things #alltheboss
by charliejsmith on Apr 15, 2014 4:26:25 PM
For some Tuesday fun, we wanted to pull together a list of exhilarating everyday things, from silly small things like the refreshing thrill of the cold side of the pillow to the feeling you get flying down a zip wire.
So, here is our list with along with all the suggestions from you in the GD thread. Why not suggest some more or let us know your favourite.
Android In 2014: Cars, Wearables, TVs & More
by kenlo on Apr 13, 2014 12:29:01 AM
Of the three major operating systems (iOS, Android and Windows Phone), Android has long stood out for its versatility and flexibility. In 2014, Google is trying to extend the reach of their operating system to new devices. There’s now a version of Android for cars, for wearable devices and for living room TVs. In this article, we look at some of the latest Android form factors.
First, traditional simple phones got replaced with super techy, high functionality smart phones. Now it seems like some traditional phone functionalities are being replaced too. Read on to find out how WhatsApp has taken over.Read more...
Hey everyone, this is my last submission for this mobile game series - I hope you’ve all found at least one game that has taken your interest. Today I’m going to be taking a look at some of the greatest strategy games currently available within the various app stores.
Strategy games are great on mobile because they typically offer slow paced gameplay that can easily be managed on a small touch screen device, and this means we aren’t sacrificing any gameplay potential due to bad controls or uncomfortable playing conditions.Read more...
Nowadays, most high-end smartphones contain a shooting mode for HDR photography. High Dynamic Range (or HDR for short) is a common technique used to create more detailed photos. It gives colours that are more vibrant and textures that are clearer. This article explains dynamic range and how HDR can help you to take better smartphone photos.Read more...
I think action games are probably one of the best genres for the mobile platform, beside puzzlers of course. The reason behind this is because it can be quite easy to make some pretty epic moments in mobile gaming through the use of gesture controls and simple swipes or presses of the screen, and then tie those into an action packed narrative.
In this article I’ve listed what I think are the best mobile action games currently hiding in the app stores. Expect big guns, explosions, and various high speed car chase scenes.Read more...
One of the worst things about losing your smartphone can often be losing the phone numbers stored upon it. Along with taking normal security precautions and using software to track your phone remotely, it’s also recommended practice to back up your phone book regularly. The easiest way to do this involves backing up online. This article shows you how to back up a phone book on iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry.Read more...
I’ve never been that into watching sports, besides the occasional American Football and the Football world cup, but when it comes to sports games, I really enjoy them. If you’re a sports fan, then you probably already know about the various EA games on the market at the moment. Things like NFL, Football manager and Fifa are all there, and for mobile games, they are pretty impressive.
However, I’ve decided to delve into a few games that may appeal to those less inclined to watching and playing sports today. These games offer quick gameplay that allow players to play whenever they have a few minutes to spare, and despite being far less realistic than EA’s games, they still offer some great mechanics for sport lovers to enjoy too.Read more...
Just when you got your sanity back after being highly addicted to a game, another one comes along and you find yourself right back where you began. If you aren’t there yet, you probably will once you’ve read this blog….Read more...