While the new Samsung launch set for the World Mobile Congress in February has dominated much headline space, there is a fantastic field heading into the MWC this year.
While the iPhone X has set the benchmark, the other players in the mobile space have set themselves to topple Apple once again. Continue reading “Smartphones To Watch Out For In 2018”
The Android vs iPhone war rages on: many iPhone users passionately believe that their phone is far more intuitive and Android users enjoy the ease of customisation and configuration of their phone.
Still, as simple as iOS seems, there are plenty of hidden features you probably have no idea about! Continue reading “iPhone Hacks You’ll Want to Try Immediately”
Android phones come in many forms and are one of the most popular forms of smartphones in the world. A huge percentage of the planets and Australia’s population own them and use them for everyday tasks such as texting, taking selfies and calling people.
There are a few little hacks that you may not be aware of however which will make owning an Android even more fun. Continue reading “Things You Didn’t Know About Your Android”
As far as gadget-hacks go, it probably doesn’t get any better than this: turning your old Android into a TV remote. The fact is, universal remotes are great.
But: universal remotes are also very expensive. What better way to circumvent the niggly issue of forking out bags full of money for a television remote than to up-cycle an existing device to do the same job?
So, if you own an Android device with an Infrared (IR) blaster, we’ll show you how to navigate your television set without having to spend an additional dime on the project. Continue reading “How To Turn Your Old Android Into A TV Remote”
Some say it’s a glorified reboot, others say its Apple’s biggest gamble to date that just happened to pay off. It has, after all, been released without iPhone’s signature home button, to mention but one of its many new tweaks.
Talk about a dodgy toss of the coin. Talk about a drastic change of direction. Talk about, in our opinion; the closest Apple has ever come to creating the perfect smartphone.
For years we’ve been buying into the same old and exhausted ideas because, quite frankly, it was Apple and we wanted a new iPhone. Now, for the first time since the new iPhone’s original release back in 2007, we’ll be paying for something completely new. Continue reading “Taking A Look At The New iPhone X”
As we come towards the end of the year, a lot of people are looking back on what we saw in 2017 and are thinking about what we can expect for 2018.
Forrester Research, an American-based company that specialises in the impact of technology, released a report in October on the top technology trends for 2018 – 2020.
They broke their predictions into 3 phases: Dawning, Awareness and Acceptance. If we use those to look at what Forrester and other experts are anticipating for the year ahead, it’s easier to see how far along the most exciting emerging technologies are. Continue reading “Tech Trends to Watch in 2018”
In an age where even the cheapest smart phones can do things that were once only part of cheesy science fiction, it’s easy to take for granted just how powerful these little devices are. Smart phones have come a long way in the last 10 years, and while many of us thought that the first iPhone was truly the future, even that device is starting to look a little prehistoric in the fact of some of the devices on the market today.
These are devices that are on par with some of today’s more advanced laptops, and can run just about any type of media you can think of, ranging from high definition streaming to the latest 3D games. Continue reading “The Best of The Best Smartphones in 2017”
Since the introduction of the 2nd Gen Kindle Oasis, all the major eBook suppliers are now offering fully waterproof e-readers. It was only a matter of time before e-readers made the technological H20 leap, following in the footsteps of the smartphone.
In some senses, the need for a waterproof e-reader is more useful than a phone. After all, reading or using betting apps at the beach or in the bath is a common occurrence and has often lead to the demise of many a device. Continue reading “Waterproof E-Readers: A Comparison”
Worth the Wait: 2018 Mobile Phone Releases
While a new mobile phone will most likely be at the top of many Christmas wish list’s this year, it might be worthwhile to wait a few more months to get your hands one of these new mobile devices releasing during 2018. While there probably aren’t many people super giddy to get their hands on the new Nokia 9, we suspect that there are many excited buyers for the new Samsung Galaxy S9, the Huawei P11, and the LG G7! Which will you choose? Continue reading “Worth the Wait: 2018 Mobile Phone Releases”
The Smartwatch – Still Hot Or Not?
We all know the smartwatch, that little piece of tech that people scrambled to get their hands on when it first hit the markets. No wrist was complete without it, and old style analogue watches receives sneers and smirks from those who were technologically advanced.
But how popular is it now? Has it really taken off or will it go the way that Google predicted most wearable tech will, which is by the wayside? Continue reading “Have smartwatches really taken off”