When Apple announced their super huge bendable iPhone 6 Plus, I'd like to think, Google was smiling in the background saying... "Wait for it". Today, Google announced the new Nexus in a size that dwarfs the new iPhone and the iPhone 6 plus! Nexus 6 The Nexus 6 boasts of a 6" Quad HD display, a… Continue reading Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus Player and Android Lollipop are here!
I still have my trusted Nexus 7 2012 version. It's not the fastest tablet in the world, but definitely a handy one that allows me to check my email when I require, play a few games or watch some videos. A few months back I installed CyanogenMod in order to replace the stock android. If… Continue reading Speed up your Android device with LagFix
Most of the Android phones look and feel fragile so the users have always wanted something that would be solid and latest in terms of technology. Nokia XL, one step further and larger than the previous model Nokia X, seems like the answer to the solution. The phone comes with Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) which… Continue reading Nokia XL Review: Is it the durable Android Phone?
Owning an iPhone is perhaps one of the best tech gadget investments that you can make. Loaded with great features, you will certainly find using an iPhone a very useful technology to own especially when it comes with wonderful applications like a spying app that you can install and use to your own advantage. Nothing can beat a spy app on your iPhone in terms of keeping your device safe and loved ones safer, secured and traceable.
In today’s day and age, new technology is released at such an alarming rate, it is often hard to keep up with what is new and what is now considered old school. For example, in the UK, if you do a two year cell phone contract which seems to be the norm, by the time the contract is up, it is highly likely that three or four new versions of your phone have come out with at least five or six, software upgrades. Often these can be insignificant layout modifications or slightly more streamline designs as electronics manufactures strive to make their hardware smaller and smaller.