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Snapdragon 800: The New Darling of the Flagship Android Phones

Snapdragon 800: The New Darling of the Flagship Android Phones

If there is one particular SoC (System on Chip) you would like to see in your next Android smartphone, it has to be the Snapdragon 800 from Qualcomm. Announced during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year, the Snapdragon 800 processor is beginning to show its authority in the premium and high-end smartphone market with as many […]

 
     
 
 

How Microsoft’s Surface 2 Needs to be to Really Matter

How Microsoft’s Surface 2 Needs to be to Really Matter

Important things have happened recently for rivals Apple and Microsoft. Apple has already announced the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c while Microsoft has basically took over Nokia, acquiring its Devices and Services unit for just five billion dollars. While Microsoft definitely can’t compete yet with Apple in the smartphone field, even if it could try to do something, now […]

 
     
 
 

iPhone 5s Announced: 64-bit A7 Processor, Fingerprint Scan and Revamped Camera

iPhone 5s Announced: 64-bit A7 Processor, Fingerprint Scan and Revamped Camera

Apple’s iPhone 5s, the very best of what Apple has to offer this season has just been introduced into retail, alongside a cheaper but also interesting variant, the iPhone 5C. After being carried into the venue with an armored truck, the company described the iPhone 5s as being an upgraded version of the classic iPhone 5, packing an upgraded software […]

     
 
 

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly About Moto X

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly About Moto X

When I saw the first pictures with the recently announced Moto X smartphone, I was suddenly mesmerized by the vast range of colors that it comes with. Then, I saw a price tag – two hundred dollars. I was almost ready to believe that the Moto X would sell for $200, which would mean an obvious loss for Google. Silly […]

 
     
 
 

10 Cool Things to do With Your Tablet

10 Cool Things to do With Your Tablet

Most of us use our tablets for a limited number of tasks like browsing the web, checking emails, reading books, playing games and watching movies. Yes, that’s pretty much about it. Considering the fact that majority of android apps don’t really feel homespun on tabs, it makes sense if people don’t find it as convenient to spin much apps on […]

 
     
 
 

Tablet Showdown: Surface RT vs. iPad Mini, Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD 8.9

Tablet Showdown: Surface RT vs. iPad Mini, Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD 8.9

After Microsoft slashed down the price of the notorious Surface RT tablet by $150, our attention was swiftly shifted towards the Windows world once again. Taking in consideration that the lightest version of the series can now be considered as affordable, with prices starting from $349 for the entry-level 32GB model, we thought of comparing the product against other popular […]

 
     
 
 

Order Food Online: Best Services from Around the World

Order Food Online: Best Services from Around the World

Ordering food is very convenient. You only have to pick up your phone and someone will deliver it at your doorstep. However, ordering food can be done over the Internet also. It is just as simple as via phone, but it has some extra advantages also. These services are particularly good when you have to order many items, for a […]

     
 
 

What is 802.11ac, the Future 5G Wi-Fi Standard?

What is 802.11ac, the Future 5G Wi-Fi Standard?

Wi-Fi, the wireless connection we rely on when our data plan is running short or when we simply cannot touch the boundaries of LTE coverage, is going to receive a huge upgrade in the near future. Known as IEEE 802.11ac within specialized circles, this upcoming edition of the well-known standard will increase transfer speeds to unseen levels and vouch for […]

     
 
 

Should You Have Phone Insurance?

Should You Have Phone Insurance?

Life is full of unexpected events and some of them might also be unfortunate. That’s why we have insurances for our cars, houses and even for our health and lives. That’s the least we can do, at least to financially insure our properties, hoping that we’ll able to retrieve part or the entire amount. We carry our phones daily with […]

 
     
 
 

Why Windows XP Won’t Die so Soon?

Why Windows XP Won’t Die so Soon?

The day has finally come; Microsoft will be bidding farewell to one of the world’s most used desktop operating systems, Windows XP. Almost 13 years ago, in August 2001, Microsoft released Windows XP, an operating system that was soon single-handedly going to change the computing culture. Windows XP made its way into millions of computers across the world: homes, offices, educational […]