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LG G3 Stylus Smartphone: Overview

December 15, 2014 |

Smartphone LG G3 Stylus is made ​​in the style of the flagship G3. Of the entire line is the biggest smartphone. Its dimensions are 149.3 x 75.9 x 10.2 mm, which is slightly more then G3 – 146.3 x 74.6 x 8.9 mm and weight 163 g. Despite its size, the device is comfortable in your hand, and has rounded corners of the housing. One hand working with the smartphone is comfortable enough, but much more convenient to use a stylus.

The front panel is nothing superfluous – the front lens 1.3-megapixel Camera and a stylish grille. Is on the verge of a silo and infrared. At the bottom of the smartphone are the microUSB slot and a mini-jack 3.5 mm headphone jack and headset. On the backside there is a 13 Megapixel camera lens, flash button, the volume, rocker and power button and speaker.

The smartphone has a … Read More

Sony Xperia Z3 Camera and Battery Overview

December 15, 2014 |

The most recent device from Sony is Xperia Z3, which is its flagship of 2014. It is powered with most optimized hardware, however not the fastest.

If we talk about the camera configuration of the device, nominally set of cameras in the Xperia Z3 is the same as in Z2: front, 2.1-megapixel camera without autofocus and rear, 20.7-megapixel sensor with reverse illumination Sony Exmor RS size 1 / 2.3-inch, LED flash and autofocus. It is noteworthy that the sensor chamber to raise the maximum ISO sensitivity up to impressive by the standards of mobile photography and nearly 12,800 has changed the algorithm for processing the frame, whereby the device should in theory better to shoot in the dark.

Sony programmers from device to device improve corporate viewfinder in Xperia. All standard options such as effects of augmented reality AR Effect, pictures with sound, combined with two photo cameras, photo … Read More

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: The Performance And Functionality

December 7, 2014 |

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is powered with Octa-Core processor, 3GB RAM and most powerful GPU. But how it performs in reality, let’s find out!

This is confirmed by a benchmark AnTuTu, which is gaining a solid smartphone 49,989 points, which is much more then the Galaxy Note 3 score of 34,714. So, you can imagine its performance.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 running the operating system Android 4.4.4 with the latest version of the interface TouchWiz. Despite the fact that it is generally not changed much compared to that used in the Galaxy S5, some differences still there. Let’s start with the desktop, which can now be placed with transparent widgets from Samsung. Finally there is a calendar widget and weather forecast would not close the user selected the wallpaper.

The menu alerts can now only set up, the order of the buttons, but you cannot remove the … Read More

Know About Amazing Things In Upcoming Xiaomi Mi5

December 4, 2014 |

As the year 2015 is coming, it comes with a lot of changes in each and everything like technology, etc. when it comes to the world of Smartphones, the technology also changes every year in this field. The users of the Smartphones also expect something very new and excited. They expect such kind of Smartphone that will be better than the previous one and must dominate the industry this year.

As you know, Xiaomi is also a very famous company of China and its Smartphones are considered as the most wanted gadgets. The Smartphones of Xiaomi are wonderful when it comes to performance. Now, it is the turn of Xiaomi Mi5 to dominate the market. It is expected that the Mi5 will attract a large number of people towards it. The company Xiaomi has good selling rates in 2014 that are better than 2013, as it was capable of selling 60 … Read More

Why To Opt For SIM Based Termination?

November 18, 2014 |

VoIPoperations wishes to expand the business into SIM based termination in order to utilize locally purchased SIM cards for low termination rates. The GSM termination solution that are available do not present reliable termination options as they don’t address the main GSM termination issues such as SIM card suspension, number traps, number probes, blacklist management and human behavior evaluation. This technology is the solution to the entire GSM termination problem by introducing a distributed GSM termination solution allowing VoIP providers to enter the GSM termination market with ease with minimum financial risk. The solution is integrated to include GSM channels, VoIP billing, and routing functionality in one server.

Features

Destination numbers traps – this is very much popular, quickest and undetectable method to suspend SIM based termination of GSM traffic. This method depends on calling the particular destination numbers that belong to the GSM network operator that record … Read More

Galaxy Note 5 Would Take The Smartphone Era To Next Level With Its Amazing Specs

November 6, 2014 |

Samsung just launched Galaxy Note 4 and for last 3 years the company is coming up with Note series smart phone mostly in the month of September. This has lead to a great amount of rumor that during the month of September 2015 the company will launch it’s Note 5. With this galaxy series launch Samsung has made one thing clear that it is in the race to launch world’s most powerful smart phone device. Moreover, now there are rumors suggesting that competition might force Samsung to launch Note 5 earlier to its schedule.

Though Apple is also trying hard to come with something like this, but due to aggressive marketing and Android platform Samsung has managed to grab a fair share of the market. If current estimates are to be believed Samsung is getting a good response for Galaxy Note 4 as record breaking sales numbers are happening. Here are … Read More

Google Nexus 6 Release Date Soon , New Features Expected

August 30, 2014 |

Google Nexus 6 Launch Date

It’s the year of great flagships & Nexus 6 is one of them. The price of Google Nexus 5 have already slashed and next Nexus will launch soon in the market. Recently released premium Smart phones and others which are all set to get launch in few days like Galaxy Note 4, Sony Xperia Z3 and iPhone 6 have forced Google to rethink about early release of its next flagship Nexus 6.

Google Nexus To Have All New OS

Google is planning to launch Android L with Nexus 6 with simply stunning new features and rooting the phone is another option. Smartphone world is quite dense now with great flagships releasing one after the other and new OS will certainly add unique value to Google’s next in line up, Nexus 6. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will also have a new OS android 5.0 version.

Nexus 6 … Read More

The 5 Best iPhone Apps For Travelling In Australia

August 29, 2014 |

It looks like iPhone Australian travel apps are coming out quicker than you can fold a map! Seriously though, the when you had to carry around many travel guides are gone. Today, it is more convenient and almost a necessity to have functional Apps on your phone that really assist you on your trip. There are just so many, so I have taken time out to pick out 5 tried and tested Apps you can count on, particularly when travelling around Australia.

There’s Nothing like Australia – free

Launched in June by Tourism Australia as part of its “There is Nothing like Australia” international campaign. The smart-looking multimedia app takes users on thirteen journeys via video, travel stories and interactive imagery. Featured destinations include Melbourne, Sydney, Uluru, El Questro and Hayman Island. Aside from the inspirational scenes, this App is also full with detail, including things to see and places to … Read More

Mobile Website: Why Have One and How To Create It Hassle Free

May 31, 2014 |

If your business or career relies on connecting with an internet audience, then having a mobile version of your website is a must.  Unfortunately, regular websites don’t always work properly on mobile devices because they are designed for viewing on larger screens.

Traditionally, people accessed the internet from their desktop at home to do their online shopping, web surfing and sending emails.  However, things have changed quickly in recent years.  70 per cent people in the UK now carry a smartphone, which has meant that accessing the internet on the go has become much easier.  Although users were previously wary of high data costs, the emergence of cheap mobile broadband packages is transforming their internet habits.

For example, users can order a free SIM card from the MobiData website which comes with 100MB of complementary data with no obligation.  They also offer cheap deals and run special offers like … Read More

Galaxy S5 Versus Xperia Z2: The Megapixel War Is Back!

March 7, 2014 |

Smartphone makers touted their wares at the 2014 Mobile World Congress that was held in Barcelona just recently and this event was where Samsung and Sony unveiled their two flagship smartphones for the year. Samsung unveiled the updated version of the best-selling Galaxy S range with the new Galaxy S5. Sony also unveiled the new Xperia Z2 during the Barcelona event and judging by the features on these new flagship phones, the megapixel war is back!

Shots Fired in the Smartphone Megapixel War

There was a time when phone makers were able to differentiate their phones from others by the higher megapixels. The phones on the market could all allow you to make calls reliably and send texts easily so having a phone able to take pictures was a big WOW factor back then.

During its heyday, Nokia was a leader in the race to offer consumers digital camera-equipped … Read More

Clickdrive: Automobile Digital Revolution

March 1, 2014 |

The digital revolution — development of increasingly specialized mobile applications — has changed the way we think about everything from retail to exercise, and cars are not immune to this shift.

The latest models boast voice-recognition software and real-time GPS mapping. Soon, cars will be parking themselves.

In many respects though, the auto-industry has yet to maximize the potential of mobile technology.

Clickdrive is hoping to change that.

“After experiencing issues with my own car, I was personally inspired to create a solution to the lack of data available on my car,” says former Lehman Brothers trading systems designer and Clickdrive founder Mark Sutheran. “Wifi and highspeed networks have become ubiquitous, but why aren’t our cars taking advantage of the situation?”

Clickdrive is a mobile hardware device that connects to Wifi and the … Read More

MobileARQ Helps Us Re-imagine The Way We Look At School Directories

February 28, 2014 |

In an age of online homework postings and digital blackboards and interactive pre-literacy computers for toddlers, it was only a matter of time before the school-issued phonebook went the way of the typewriter.

With the MobileArq digital school directory, Niru Mallavarupu thinks that day has come. Mallavarupu, a former distributed computing professional, approached the MobileArq project as a frustrated mother, trying to keep track of two children amid all the other tasks of daily life. As she frames it, the shift from a printed to digital format makes sense on a number of levels, for users and organizations alike.

The idea, she says, is to “fulfill a basic and totally intuitive function: creating a permanent, easily accessible, impossible-to-lose format for school directories.”

The MobileArq app brings a constantly updating digital school directory to any mobile device. Parents have instant, portable access to contact information for the school … Read More

Here’s Why You Should Switch To A PAYG Mobile Tariff

February 26, 2014 |

Billions of people around the world have mobile phone contracts, often referred to as post-pay contracts. Such contracts enable one to have the convenience of paying for any mobile phone charges on a monthly basis.

The trouble is, they aren’t always good value for money. Here are some reasons why you should ditch your mobile phone contract and opt for a pre-pay tariff, either with your existing network provider or with someone else.

You Don’t Have To Pay Over-The-Odds For A Handset

It’s a well-known fact that on monthly post-pay contracts, mobile phones are subsidised by network operators; in other words, they buy your handset from the manufacturer and pay for it out of their own money, and then get the money back off you through your monthly instalments.

The trouble is, network operators charge you more for doing this instead of just charging you the actual phone price. For example, in the UK it … Read More