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.
Top Smartphone Apps For House Hunting & Finding A Flat
by kenlo on Mar 10, 2014 11:58:29 PM
Whether you’re renting or buying a new home, it’s often a stressful experience. In this article, we review some of the best applications for house hunting on the go. They’ll make it easier to research a new property and to find out the background of an area. We’ll also review some useful applications for after you’ve moved in (e.g. making an inventory and sharing household bills).
Top Extremely Fun Mobile Shooter Games
by zerodudex333 on Mar 11, 2014 1:24:35 PM
This is the second blog post in a series of posts that focuses on hidden gems within the app stores. This week, I’ll be taking a look at shooter games.
QuizUp on Android, a cool HTC M8 cover, OnePlus One details and gaming: This Week's Headlines
by wsjudd on Mar 9, 2014 6:27:48 PMGood evening folks! I hope you've enjoyed a good weekend, and you're now ready to read about the week in tech. We've got some interesting stories this week, including upcoming Android phones and a lot of gaming content! Let's get right into it.
Top 9 Samsung Galaxy S5 cases and accessories
by wsjudd on Mar 9, 2014 1:59:49 AMToday we're going to have a look at accessories for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5. The new phone is due next month with a new waterproof casing, new fitness features and an improved camera. If you're planning to pick one up - and it's certain that millions of people will buy one worldwide - then have a look at 9 excellent cases and accessories that have been announced so far!
Useless Tech Gadgets
by shadylady on Mar 8, 2014 6:59:30 PM
The invention of Tech Gadgets has made things easy for us but some gadgets that are available on the market are just not convenient. Read on to find out about some tech gadgets that are utterly useless.
Whether you’re renting or buying a new home, it’s often a stressful experience. In this article, we review some of the best applications for house hunting on the go. They’ll make it easier to research a new property and to find out the background of an area. We’ll also review some useful applications for after you’ve moved in (e.g. making an inventory and sharing household bills).Read more...
Last November I did a review of the brilliant Motorola 'Moto G' Phone (Link in ref). I also joined the world of Android for the first time, and with that came the power to customise my phone however I like. I've also come across some very useful apps that I'd like to share with you all. So grab yourself a mug of hot cocoa and read on.Read more...
I’ve noticed a bit of a trend in mobile gaming as of late - it’s either frustratingly addictive, or it pressures you into splashing out a bit of cash to still have a chance at playing the game successfully.
I’m going to list a few ways to make mobile gaming more about having fun, and less about gamification and app monetization.Read more...
So Flappy Bird was removed off the market and thousands were disappointed, including you maybe? There’s no need to fret though, because it was gone but it wasn’t. Confused? Read on to find out how it still exists…Read more...
Originally, phones were meant for one thing - calling your mates. Things have changed, and the world we once knew has morphed into some kind of strange sci-fi movie. It’s quite cool really, but it means that modern day phone technology now plays a huge part in our day-to-day lives, for better or for worse.
Today, smartphones are capable of so much; it’s almost like we have computers that fit inside our pockets. However, the main use for a smartphone is still as true to form as the first phones of yesteryear - they can now let us talk to our mates on many different platforms, sometimes all at once.
If you have small little gripes with your current text messaging software, hopefully these apps will serve as a good replacement.Read more...
We all love free wi-fi internet: whether it’s at the shopping mall, airport, coffee shop, hotel, train station or pub. Unfortunately, however, many of us don’t realise the potential risks to security and privacy when using public wi-fi. In this article, we’ll show you how to stay safe when using public wi-fi networks.Read more...
In the past two weeks, we’ve looked at how to recognise smartphone viruses and also at the best smartphone anti-virus apps. This week, we go one step further and discuss application permissions. They’re a hugely important aspect of maintaining your privacy and also for keeping your phone safe from malicious applications.Read more...