All the companies behind mobile OSes only tell us the good parts, such as which one has the most number of apps in their respective app stores, but mobile app testing company StarDust decided to conduct a 6 month study in order to find out the whole story behind these apps. iOS, Android and Windows […]

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The EISA awards are one of the most sought after in the industry, because they’re known to recognize the best equipment across a range of technology categories. The jury is formed of 50 specialized magazines, which are based across 20 countries in Europe, so the objectivity of these awards are kinda’ guaranteed. Samsung was the […]

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Well, that happened! Just as we were wrapping our brains around the quad-core processors and started implementing them on most high-end smartphones and tablets, MediaTek comes up and presents the first true octa-core processor. Unlike the Samsung implementation, which can only activate half of its CPU cores at once, the latest SoCs from MediaTek allows […]

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Google Reader is dead – RSS lives on

July 2th 2013, 19:29 by Christian

Well, it’s now official folks! Google finally decided to shut down the popular RSS service Google Reader, as the company announced that it would ever since March. So, this means that it you have any data that you would like to recover (starred items, notes, list of sites that you subscribed to, etc), you have […]

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Starting with Q1 of this year, India surpassed Japan and closes in on US and China to become the word’s third largest smartphone market in the world. Obviously, this means that it’s receiving some special attention lately from all sorts of manufacturers, eager to get a piece of the business. Apple’s tactics involve certain subsidy […]

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The Skype video messaging service has been in the beta stage for quite some time now, but it’s now finally moved past that and went to be available to all Skype users, no matter the platform. In case you didn’t already know, Skype video messaging allows you to send short messages over Skype. Obviously, the […]

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In a time when the European Union is going through both an economic but also an identity crisis, Neelie Kroes, the European Commissioner for Digital Agenda, is lobbying the European Parliament to vote an end to roaming charges within the EU. During a speech today in front of parliament, the European Commissioner demanded support for […]

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Get your gold Samsung Galaxy S4 for £1700

May 22th 2013, 19:26 by Christian

Samsung’s latest Android flagship is the latest smartphone to enjoy the gold-plating treatment, with the help of a company called Goldgenie. These are the kind of marketing moves that everyone benefits from – the Galaxy S4 gets a different kind of publicity, Goldgenie makes a name for itself, and the customer will have something to […]

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The Samsung Galaxy S4 is due to arrive in Europe soon, and it will bring along a bunch of free content. Probably the one thing that is most exciting to users is the popular game Need for Speed Most Wanted, which is going to be made available in the Games hub for the first 100,000 […]

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If you already clicked to read this, you probably know the story of the MeeGo team which separated from Nokia and started Jolla, a new exciting idea which caught the interest of many. The company’s firstĀ attemptĀ to success, its very own Sailfish OS is going live in May, as the Chairman Antti Saamio just informed us. […]

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