Overview Every year, Canon updates its Rebel lineup with a similar but improved model. And it seems like the improvements have been getting smaller over time. The 650D Mk II 700D’s upgrades were almost frivolous; a slightly different case, and … Continue reading Canon EOS 750D Review – Rebel Evolution
One of the best budget smartphones of 2015, the ZenFone GO is out now Continue reading ZenFone Go: The Budget Smartphone (Infographic)
The iPhone 6S is a powerful device, but do you know how to use it to its maximum abilities?
Unlock the power of your smartphone with these new tips and tricks! Continue reading Got Your New iPhone 6S? Supercharge It With These Hacks
Yesterday we got a chance to go down to Sony Singapore’s launch of their recently announced Xperia Z5 smartphones (except for the Z5 Premium – that’s launching slightly later) and see just what Sony has pulled out of the bag this time. For more information on the specifications, what’s new in the three devices and what’s not, you can also check out our article on the IFA launch of the Z5.
As the world smartphone market leaders, what do the head-honchos at Samsung do when it’s the annual time to update their flagship? Stuff with more features that may or may not be useful at all.
It was a decision that had many Android geeks holding their breaths, with the biggest ones being held by the team of Cyanogen Inc. About three months ago, Cyanogen Inc. (then simply CyanogenMod) had announced the decision to go incorporated, and had announced a tie-up with an OEM we now know to be Oppo. They had then applied for verification from Google to allow the users of their own version of Android to use Google services, the most important being the Play Store. Well, guess what? Google has given Oppo and Cyanogen Inc the go-ahead to release the first Cyanogen phone.
INTRODUCTION Here we are, with the review all of you have been waiting for. A few days ago, we had teased you with a shot of our Xperia Z1, and Sony’s flagship’s review is finally here. In our eyes, Sony … Continue reading Xperia Z1 Review – It came, it saw, it captured