Is Amazon’s SmartPhone on Fire or is it Just an Ember? Fire Phone Full Review
Sep01

Is Amazon’s SmartPhone on Fire or is it Just an Ember? Fire Phone Full Review

After a few years of rumour and speculation Amazon finally made good on its promise to bring a smartphone device to the market. This summer, and in typical Amazon style they brought that device with a twist dynamic perspective. The question remains is Amazon's foray into the smartphone arena worth your hard earned money? It really depends on what you are looking for out of a smartphone. Find out if it's for you in the full review...

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Samsung Android 4.4.3 and beyond
Aug30

Samsung Android 4.4.3 and beyond

We have been bringing you plenty of news recently about updates to Android 4.4.3 and 4.4.4 from HTC and Sony devices, but you may have noticed it has been quiet with Samsung. Of course, the company is known for taking its time with such things, but the Korean giant has a massive round of updates around the corner, check out the details below. The company of course has a huge catalogue of devices, so arguably has more work to do in...

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Android hit by ransomware, 900,000 devices affected
Aug27

Android hit by ransomware, 900,000 devices affected

Android is not always the most secure of mobile platforms, which is a by-product of being open and free. As Google pointed out this year, it is not the company’s fault that the platform is a little bit like the Wild West, and that is probably true. But the stats don’t lie, and 5 million Android devices are infected with malware, while a lot more have just been added to the list.We are always wary when a security company announces that...

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Android One on the horizon
Aug27

Android One on the horizon

While Google was rolling out Android for everything (Car, Watch, Phone, Tablet etc.) at the company’s I/O developer conference in June, the company had plenty to talk about regarding Android One. This is the project that aims to bring more unity to the Android platform by giving companies in emerging markets the tools to create quality and affordable smartphones that run the newest versions of Android. At the moment, handsets made by...

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Nokia to Still Make Windows Phone Devices After Microsoft Contract Expires?
Aug27

Nokia to Still Make Windows Phone Devices After Microsoft Contract Expires?

  Being a Nokia user since the mid-nineties I am trying to wait patiently to figure out what Nokia's next smartphone move will be in mid 2015/early 2016  when the company is completely free of its Microsoft contract. So I posed the question to Nokia Via Twitter and they responded.   As you can see from above they claim that they will be making Windows Phone devices when they can start making their own smartphones again. However...

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