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Galaxy S5′s fingerprint reader can be hacked exactly like iPhone 5S’s

by Nick Adamson April 16, 2014
The Samsung Galaxy S5 fingerprint sensor can be easily hacked, security researchers have revealed, placing owners’ devices and Paypal accounts at risk. It looks like the iPhone 5s isn’t the only smartphone whose fingerprint reader can be fooled by fake digits. SR Labs has just posted a video (shown below) showing that Samsung’s just-launched Galaxy S5 is susceptible to the same trick. […]
HTC One M8

HTC One M8 Launched as an iPhone 5S and Samsung Galaxy S5 Competitor?

by Matthew Lucason March 29, 2014
HTC One M8 just got at the top of the high-end smartphones. HTC launched the 2014 model of its flagship smartphone, called the HTC One M8, at an event in New York City on Tuesday. The new phone will have a screen measuring 5 inches diagonally, up from 4.7 inches in last year’s model. It will […]

UK Anti-spam service launched

by Ryan Burgesson March 23, 2014
Four of the largest UK mobile networks have teamed up to tackle spam text messages, The GSMA a collective of networks has announced that EE, O2, Three and Vodafone have joined the ranks. These four networks have signed up to the Spam Reporting Service which allows receivers of spam texts to report the offenders by […]


OVIVO Mobile shuts down

by Ryan Burgesson March 20, 2014
The British firm OVIVO announced yesterday evening that they were to shut down… That same evening. OVIVO left this message on their website to the disgust of their customers: Dear OVIVO Customers, We are very sad to announce that for reasons beyond our control, OVIVO Mobile is closing down on the evening of Wednesday 19th […]
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Report: Healthbook App Could Be On Its Way From Apple

by Mark Omoding Anyangon March 18, 2014
After the success of Passbook App, Apple Inc. is reportedly developing a similar app affiliated to the health sector.Citing several sources believed to have a direct engagement on the initiative’s development, 9to5Mac reported that Apple is working on an app called Healthbook. The App is said to feature a series of tabs that help monitor […]

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Apple’s iPhone 6 Able to Holographically Increase Its Screen Size?

by Matthew Lucason March 17, 2014
Apple’s iPhone 6 is considered to be the upcoming flagship phone of Apple after the iPhone 5S this year, and a lot is relatively expected of the former phone iteration. SET Solution’s iPhone 6 dream phone features a couple of holographic projectors on each side of the device, which would let users extend the screen size of the device when placed on […]
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5 Tricks To Make Your iPhone Run Smoothly

by Hamza Akbaron March 15, 2014
User-experience that smartphones render serves to be the most basic and magnetic element that pulls consumers to smartphones of their choice. What sets Apple’s devices apart from those of other manufacturers is the flawless and seamless user-experience imparted to consumers. Although, over the years Apple has perfected its devices and in turn the user-experience has […]

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Europe calls for every phone to use the same charger

by Ryan Burgesson March 14, 2014
In a bid to cut electrical waste European Politicians have backed a regulation that will force all phone makers to use the same type of charger. European representatives want this implemented by 2017. MEP Barbara Weiler said in a statement: This serves the interests both of consumers and the environment…It will put an end to […]
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Theneeds Personalized News App Now Available On iPhone

by Matthew Lucason March 13, 2014
Theneeds.com, a San Francisco based start-up, launched the iOS version of their “web, re-imagined” mobile app, an app that’s designed to put all of your favorite online content into one convenient, easy to use app. Your personalized stream of content will be pre-stacked with a collection of articles, blogs, social posts, and media that we know […]

Samsung Galaxy S5

Galaxy S5 Comes With 3 New Battery Saving Features

by Dilawer Soomroon March 9, 2014
Galaxy S5 is the latest flagship smartphone by Samsung. It comes with a lot of new features and functions to give it an edge over the competition. However, the battery life, as usual is very limited for Android devices. Equipped with a 2800 mAh battery, the Galaxy S5 doesn’t seem like a big hit for heavy Android users. […]

Samsung Galaxy S5 Offers Up To 10.7GB of Internal Storage

by Dilawer Soomroon March 9, 2014
Samsung Galaxy S4 was the target of online ridicule when users noticed how the smartphone was offering less storage space for saving content while system files took up a large portion of the internal storage. In numbers, the 16GB variant of the Galaxy S4 only offered around 9GB of storage for the user, which is […]

Samsung introduces Milk Music

by Ryan Burgesson March 8, 2014
Samsung has just launched their free music streaming service, Milk Music to the masses (in the US). The service is currently only available on Galaxy smartphones and only available to those of us that live in the US as of now. Milk Music currently has over 200 radio stations and 13 million songs available to […]


Twitch Bringing Streaming Service To Mobile Games

by Dilawer Soomroon March 6, 2014
Twitch is one of world’s most popular game streaming service which is used by millions of gamers from all around the Globe. The Twitch app is already available on Sony’s next-gen (Current-Gen) console, PlayStation 4 and it will also be heading onto the Xbox One console in a week. The only things this popular service […]

Nokia X rooted and Google Play installed

by Ryan Burgesson March 2, 2014
Nokia released their new line of Android smartphones this week at the Mobile World Congress and we were told that the phone would run Nokia’s own flavour of android. This meant that you could not access the Google Play store leaving you without the huge number of apps the service has and being stuck with […]

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(Finally) Moto G Capped as Motorola’s Best-Selling Phone

by Gizmoration February 28, 2014
Yes, it’s official: Moto G is Motorola’s bestselling phone of all time. Motorola’s on a topsy-turvy ride; repeated fall in sales, then getting acquired by Google and astonishingly sold to Lenovo. It’s nothing less than a golden history for folks at Motorola. It was launched way back in November 2013, with a minimal price tag of […]
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Google Wants to Develop $50 Modular Smartphones For Next Year

by Chris Murphyon February 28, 2014
Google’s Motorola announced the Project Ara in October last year as company’s open hardware platform for creating highly modular smartphones. How much will a modular smartphone set you back? To start, if Google gets its way, about $50. The key phrase there is “to start,” however, as this smartphone with swappable components could get a lot pricier, very quickly. Time has […]

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iPhone 6 With Sapphire Screens May Come in Latter Half of 2014

by Hamza Akbaron February 27, 2014
iPhones have captivated consumers’ hearts so tightly that immediately after the launch of an iPhone discussions of the next iPhone take birth; last year Apple unveiled iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C and its seems to people that its been an eternity since they laid their hands upon a new iPhone. The utter iPhone-effect fuels speculations […]
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Boeing Reveals Self-Destructing ‘Black’ Spy Phone

by Anna Johnsonon February 27, 2014
Boeing unveiled a smartphone that appears to come straight from a James Bond spy movie. Designed for secure communication between governmental agencies and their contractors, Boeing Black can self destruct if it is tampered with, destroying all the data on it. However, the phone is so secure that Boeing will only sell it to ‘approved’ purchasers. According […]

$25 Firefox OS smartphone

Mozilla Unveil their £15 smartphone – The Firefox OS Flame

by Ryan Burgesson February 25, 2014
Once again at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Mozilla saw fit to announce their assault on the smartphone market with the Firefox OS Flame. Coming in at just $25/£15 the Firefox OS Flame is affordable by pretty much anyone and that is the line Mozilla want to take with their phones. Its important to […]
ZTE Grand Memo 2 LTE

ZTE Grand Memo 2 LTE Comes With 6-inch, Thin Body, Android 4.4

by Anna Johnsonon February 25, 2014
The ZTE Grand Memo 2 LTE features a 6 inch full HD IPS display. But big things don’t always come in big packages — this phone has the specs of a mid-range Android handset. The ZTE Grand Memo 2 LTE is the follow-up to the Grand Memo that debuted at Mobile World Congress 2013. The new Memo 2 […]
Sony Xperia Z2

Sony Xperia Z2 Unveiled: Waterproof, 5.2-inch Display, 4K Recording

by Nick Adamson February 24, 2014
The Sony Xperia Z2 was launched as the latest flagship super-phone from Sony, four months after introducing Xperia Z1 and one year after launching the first phone in the series, the Xperia Z. The new phone keeps the same aluminium-edged design, sexy glass front and back, Full HD display, a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and impressive 20.7-megapixel camera. Like its predecessor, […]