The iPhone 6 was released on September 19 alongside its big brother, the iPhone 6 Plus (our full review here). While its larger sibling caters to those who prefer phablet-like proportions, the 6’s screen size has been bumped up to 4.7″, the (minimum) standard screen size for smartphones these days. Other than the size bump though, is the iPhone 6 merely an incremental upgrade to the 5s?
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Viber, the leading messaging, voice and video platform, announced a major expansion in its app with the launch of Viber Games. This is the third major release for Viber in as many months, following the addition of Mobile Video Calls and Viber Public Chats, as well as numerous other features. Viber has partnered with a number of leading game developers to bring unique gaming experiences to the platform featuring Viber characters and exclusive content.
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Steve Jobs once said that no one’s going to buy a big phone, defending Apple’s decision to not produce phones with sizes like that of their rivals. Yet, the announcement of the 4.7” iPhone 6 and the 5.5” iPhone 6 Plus revealed that Apple has indeed bowed to market demand for phones with bigger screens. For many people who have held off buying an iDevice due to the miserable screen size (like myself), this was the go-ahead, with the flagship devices finally receiving flagship-standard screen sizes. As with all phones, the iPhone has its fair share of pros and cons.
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Before you scroll past this post, know this: these are my favourite of Jabra’s earphones. I love them. By virtue of that fact, if you’re looking for heart-rate-monitoring Bluetooth earphones, definitely check this one out.
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Remember your first phone? That old Nokia. It lived faithfully by your side for all those years, through the ups and downs, thick and thin, and despite all the metaphorical and literal knocks and falls of life, it still miraculously … Continue reading Goodbye for Now, Nokia