Before I begin this review, I’d like to start off by saying that this review will not be written in the signature Twenty First Tech fashion, partly because the Z3+ is so similar to the Z3, but mostly because compartmentalisation will not do the Z3+ justice. To understand the Z3+ fully you’ll have to read this article in continuous prose. Continue reading “Sony Xperia Z3+ Review”
The OnePlus 2, the second phone from Chinese manufacturer OnePlus is here. What does the “2016 Flagship Killer” have to offer? Continue reading Say hello to the newly announced OnePlus Two!
The Fitbit Flex, where wearables began Continue reading What is the Fitbit Flex?
Xiaomi’s highly anticipated flagship-level phablet, the Mi Note, is finally here.
Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi Note available on 28th July for $569, 27th July via Uber”
Another great device from the ASUS that delivers a great usage experience, becoming one of the most desirable laptops you can get right now.
Building on the success of the curvy G Flex 2, LG has a killer device in the G4, delivering in spades what matters whilst retaining the niceties that delight. It is easily one of the best, if not the best, smartphone you can buy right now.
In the early 2000s, Adobe Flash was the technology for all that makes the web interesting. It was the time of the dial-up modem, where the tiny 56kbps bandwidth was insufficient to deliver video and animated content by other means. Continue reading “Adobe Flash: Time To Say Goodbye”
Apple’s iPod Touch has not been updated for 3 years now, but this week, Apple has released a new one.
Apple has added new colour options, like dark blue, hot pink and gold, in addition to the existing black, silver and red options. Continue reading “The iPod touch gets a refresh”
In this article, Jeremy Cai discusses why physical books cannot keep up with ebooks.
In this article, Dan Radak writes about the security of your smartphone.