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Technologies Review | June 25, 2019

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HTC One M10: The Miracle From HTC

February 28, 2015 |

HTC is always considered as one of the top brands creating premium devices but it has never tasted the feel of crown on being top in the markets, but future plans of HTC shows that HTC is working for it. HTC smartphones are one of those, which are premium with quality and design but never offered cheaper. And HTC release one flagship per year, for example HTC One M8 last year and HTC One M9 this year, and now we have rumours to see the next launching flagship of HTC would release in 2015.

The last HTC One M8 design was awesome, if we talk about the front panel of the device, which was occupied by the screen, which is flanked above and below by two zones, which include aluminum, grills both speakers. This speaker layout is the same as we saw in the HTC One and make … Read More

Tablet Take-Over: 4 Killer Accessories For Tablets

December 5, 2014 |

The future of personal computing is light, mobile and filled with truly useful accessories. Not long ago, tablet manufacturers were mostly interested in developing hardware that could only be enhanced with the use of mobile apps. These days, however, the focus is on truly extending the functionality of tablets with useful accessories. The following four accessories allow tablet users to transform their devices into highly efficient productivity machines.

Keyboards

Let’s face it: mobile apps that enhance the touch typing functionality of tablets can only go so far. The popularity of tablets that sell with a case and special keyboard is a testament to the fact that tablet manufacturers are not going to bid goodbye to the sheer convenience of full, external keyboards. If anything, the new generation of keyboard accessories for tablets actually improves upon the tablet experience by offering Bluetooth connectivity, back lighting, integrated numeric pads, track pads, and more.

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Car Shopping? 4 Apps That Every Smart Driver Needs To Make The Right Purchase

January 22, 2014 |

Buyers in today’s auto market have such an advantage over buyers of even ten years ago. Technology has put a wealth of information at our fingertips, allowing us to make informed decisions, negotiate the best prices and find the car of our dreams, all with just a handful of smartphone apps. If you are ready to start shopping, these apps can save you time and money, taking the hassle out of car buying.

Kelley Blue Book

Kelley Blue Book has long been an industry resource for new and used car pricing. Simply enter the car’s details and you will get a comprehensive value report for new, used and trade-in prices. This can give you more bargaining power because you already know what the car should sell for and how much to expect from your trade-in.

Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kbb.mobile

iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kbb-com/id367353324?mt=8

Edmunds

Edmunds is … Read More

Is Moto X The Pinnacle Of Modern Convenience?

August 13, 2013 |

For a long time now, science fiction has shown us humanity’s dreams of having a world with so much convenience that all it takes is a few spoken commands for anything you want to be delivered right to you. Now, with the Moto X coming out, we might be one step closer to such dreams as a species. The new phone has brand new capabilities unlike anything we’ve seen before and it could very well revolutionize how we interact with computers in the coming future.

Any Time Voice Commands

One of the striking things about shows like “Star Trek” was the fact that no one had to ever push a button or switch a lever before talking to the computer. All you’d have to do is just say the name “Computer” out loud with a pause afterward, indicating that you wanted the computer’s attention and that you were planning on addressing … Read More

Fitness Apps – Your Phone Will Get You In Shape

January 27, 2013 |

You know how you have a sedentary job and then you get home and sit some more in front of your computer or switch to a TV for a lie-down on the couch? And after a tough day at the office, who could blame you, with a boss breathing down your neck and deadlines piling up. Yet, even though it’s tough to will yourself to it, the best cure when feeling caught in a rat’s maze of everyday life struggle (apart from getting wasted every night – which is most likely NOT going to boost your productivity) is to get some physical exercise.

Yeah, I know, you’ve heard it all before, but bare with me, cause I’m going for the interesting ones – the mobile apps that will make you want to move. There’s a number of them out there that help out with the more boring aspects of working out, such as pedometers, or … Read More

Top 5 Betting Apps for your Mobile Phone

December 30, 2012 |

With the appearance of the Android operative system for mobile devices, a whole new specter of usability has emerged. This operative system transforms your cell phone into a powerful computer, giving it the power to edit and create any kind of documents, play movies and music, take high resolution photos and access the Internet without any constraints. Moreover, Android has its own software database where you can download and install the newest games and other applications on your mobile or your tablet device. So, regardless of your preferences, you are bound to find something cool enough to keep you in love with your phone.

However, if betting is you cup of tea, there are dozens of applications you can use for placing your bets wherever you are, by using your phone.

Favourit is an app which takes your mobile device to the official website of it, granting it access to one of the most … Read More

The story behind the fall of Apple shares

December 19, 2012 |

A fall of about 25 % is noticed in the share price of Apple since the highest recorded price set by it three months ago. The U.S analysts have lowered the price targets for this U. S. Giant in the last few days.

Android Smartphones continue to be at the top compared to the Apples iOS. The ratio is nearly 1:7. This had made the matter worse for Apple.

In the concepts of medium term, Apple has the potential to shine back in its price and image, while in short term concepts, the view of analysts and investors are Apple is losing its bite.

With the launch of the iPhone the price went higher up to $ 702.10 but as soon as the freshness faded the price fall down to the $ 500 mark. December 17th saw the worse when the price fell below the psychological mark of $ 500. The prices climbed that very … Read More

10 Awesome Retro Games You Can Play On Your Smartphone

October 23, 2012 |

Mobile phones are no longer just for calling and texting. Nowadays, with the help of an app, the phone in your pocket can pretty much do anything. For most this has meant that the average Android has been transformed into a mini game station. Angry Birds lead the way in reviving mobile phone gaming entertainment, however Android and iPhone have, of late, gone a bit old school. Those classic arcade games you played as a kid are making a comeback. Here’s a top ten of what’s available to you if you own an Android or iPhone.

1. Pacman

Perhaps the most famous Namco game, Pacman, is now available in app format so no matter where you are Mr Pacman and those four ghosts can provide endless hours of fun.

Download link at App Store

2. Snake 97

Download link at Google Play

The Daddy of mobile phone gaming, snake is incredibly simple. All … Read More

Picture perfect social campaigns

October 8, 2012 |

As the old saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words” and nothing may be more true when it comes to social marketing campaigns. Considering the wall on Facebook, for example, is such a rapidly changing, visual medium from minute to minute, unique and thought-provoking images are absolutely key to make users stop, take a breath and really absorb what is going on. It’s more or less the same strategy sharp advertisers have been using in magazine advertising wells or on television commercial breaks — come up with an attractive, timely or thought-provoking image that gets people’s attention. Once this occurs, a brand has suddenly been granted a chance to sell their message, service or product. What exactly that image may be is up to marketing and advertising experts, a multi-billion dollar industry that pumps out creative theories and campaigns based upon what will and won’t sell. Some of these theories are right and … Read More

Mobile Reputation Management

September 25, 2012 |

Mobile marketing discussions often center around the best techniques to get your message to the widest possible audience, with less attention paid to the diverse methods to pull in customers. If you’re always pushing out your message or aggressively self-marketing without paying attention to the needs or wants of your customers or target population, your reputation will show it. Just like a friend who always turns the conversation around to her, the behavior gets old quickly. If you suspect your marketing strategy needs some help opening up to your customers’ perspective, you may be able to learn some lessons from reputation management.

What is reputation management?

Reputation management began as a PR term for helping turn around a lukewarm or outright negative public perception of a company or brand by soliciting good reviews. While some companies may practice this after-the-fact type of management, it’s more effective to monitor your brand on a regular basis and respond to … Read More

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Review

August 29, 2012 |

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 reboot is great, but doesn’t quite match the original

 

Samsung is one of the few manufactures who is actually able to challenge Apple at the top of the tablet market, however its latest effort doesn’t quite hit the heights of its predecessor, although at less than $400 the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is priced accordingly, And, its Samsung’s top tab at the moment.

You’d be right to think that the Galaxy Tab 2 would build on the specs of its 10.1-inch brother, but you’ll still find a dual-core CPU, a 3.15-megapxiel rear camera and a 7,000 mAh battery under the hood.

The Galaxy Tab 2 is a slightly more budget-friendly slate, and Samsung has saved itself money with the uninspiring grey plastic case, VGA quality front facing camera and added weight – which defiantly makes the tablet feel cheaper in the hand and less pleasing on the eye.

The dual-core … Read More

Branding Interactions

July 24, 2012 |

As powerful and pervasive as smartphones like the Google Droid Nexus One and the iPhone seem to be, believe it or not, Americans overall still prefer their predecessor feature phones. While the popularity of smartphones is definitely on the rise, more U.S. users still have feature phones in their hands than smartphones. Some examples of popular feature phones include the Sony Ericsson Elm, the Verizon LG Cosmos, Accolade and enV Touch and the Samsung Monte.

With all the hype and accolades circulating for smartphones, how can this be? How is it that people are still choosing the previous generation of phones instead of the loaded, cutting-edge smartphones?

The reasons for this seem to boil down to cost and simplicity. At this time, feature phones are still cheaper than smartphones, sometimes significantly so. Although the smartphones do, indeed, come loaded with features as well as the capacity for even more features, this can be intimidating to … Read More

Apple and Google Rift Takes to Maps

June 27, 2012 |

The Google and Apple war has been raging for a while now. And both tech heavyweights have been in the limelight of late due to their persistent involvement in android spyware or iPhone spy like behavior. It all seems a little bizarre but it appears as though Apple has managed to snag military style planes that go around taking pictures of everything they fly over. The military style cameras are used to capture the images that help build 3D Map system for the all Apple iOS machines.

Google of course takes the cake with multiple offences, the most recent one involved Google gathering data through open Wi-Fi networks that it’s Google Maps cars came across and ended with a $25,000 FCC fine. But it seems that Apple now wants to join ranks in terms of invading people’s privacy with their newest efforts to knock Google Maps out of the picture.

The maps are going to … Read More