Doogee, a little-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, recently announced the BL12000, a smartphone with a whopping 12,000 mAh battery. Let’s see how this stacks up against current smartphones and whether it’s actually worth it.
Big brands use certain techniques in order to make us buy items we don't want. Some even change how we think about ourselves. Delve in to find out how they do this, and how you can 'escape' this form of group control.
We’re months away from our yearly 2 weeks of summer so you’re going to want to keep your precious smartphone warm and dry. The cold doesn’t just give you the shivers but it can also have an impact on your phone. In this blog, I go through precautionary methods you can take to prevent damaging your smartphone this winter.
CES 2018 may have drawn to a close but it’s certainly left a wake of amazing brand new tech. You may or may not remember that CES originated as a predominantly TV based unveiling with TV accessories being revealed alongside them. 50 years on and it’s still a battle of the giants to have the biggest, baddest and most futuristic TV at CES. Here is a roundup of the 5 most interesting ones that were unveiled this year. So why not jump in!
Do you remember Tile? I spoke about them briefly in my ‘top tech deals for under £35’ blog. I mentioned there that Tile is a company that sells small tags that can be attached to items to help you keep track of them through their mobile app.
The objective of using Tile is to never lose any of your valuable possessions again. The trouble is, people have a lot of valuable possessions, and it just doesn’t quite make sense to buy a Tile Mate for every last item you’re not willing to lose.
Well, in comes Tiles integrationintotech. This year, Tile is pushing to have their technology already pre-installed with a lot of devices. Here’s a look at how it will work and what devices will come with the technology this year.
The iPhone X was the most talked about smartphone last year and its popularity has certainly been influential on one Chinese company, who have cloned it. The crazy part? It costs no more than $300 (that’s less than £250; less than a quarter of the iPhone X price!).
The Young Turks is the largest online news show in the world that is best known for their anti-establishment stance. This cult American show’s YouTube channel has received almost 4 billion views and averages 2 million views per day. The show is hosted live online 6-8pm EST.
Fake flagship smartphones have grown in popularity, but most come with unwanted, hidden bonuses such as viruses. Find out how to quickly spot fake smartphones and the best budget smartphones with flagship features.