You’re probably so used to charging your devices that you don’t realize how inconvenience it is. Can we see a future without having to charge our devices? Let’s find out.
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In this part 2 of the smartphone specs series, find out how the camera, network, bluetooth and GPS play a part when choosing your next smartphone.
All smartphones have a list of hardware specs that can be hard to decipher. Learn how to read your smartphone specs and make a better purchasing decision.
For the first time in history, a smartphone comes with a fingerprint authentication technology. It’s a good a time now to answer some questions about it.
Samsung came out with a new operating system for mobile devices, called Tizen. What makes Tizen any different? Will it be a threat to Android? Let check it out.
Companies like AT&T and Verizon are fiddling with the idea of replacing phone numbers with IP addresses. Here are 3 reasons why we think it will fail.
Have you been waiting long for LTE to arrive in your region? Here are some of the reasons why your country might not be adopting LTE as quickly as you may have hoped.
Motorola and ZTE both announced that they will be developing phones with interchangeable parts. Will modular smartphones become a force to be reckoned with, or end up a novelty that won’t make it very far?
Windows phone will still be here to stay in 2014. As 2014 approaches, it’s a good a time as any to assess Microsoft’s success with mobile platforms.
You got a new phone with a more powerful camera than last year’s model. Here are 10 ways to make good use of the smartphone camera, other than taking selfie.
Having trouble identifying that song? Thanks to technology, it is now easier to track down that movie or TV show song, either with your phone or on the Web.
Angry that your panoramic picture doesn’t turn out well as you expected? Here are a few steps that I use to create beautiful panoramic pictures.
We keep all our personal data on our smartphones, but are you doing enough to protect your mobile phone from snoopers? How do you protect your privacy?
In addition to making phone calls, a smartphone can also be used to control your home. Here are multiple ways to automate your home using your phone.
People now have the option to buy a smartphone that has a whopping 6.3-inch screen size. Have we gone too far, or are we seeing a new era of consumer choices?
While Google’s Cloud Print allows you to print remotely from mobile device, it is not perfect. Breezy is one of the best alternative remote print app that we have found.
IMEI numbers are a source of both mystery and paranoia within many circles around the internet. While these numbers are typically associated with phones, they’re not exclusive to these devices. Here we will show you what you need to know about IMEI number.
If you plan to use your phone to take pictures and video, you’ll need a phone from a manufacturer that prioritizes the camera. Unless you get this, you’ll be missing out completely on features that can make your pictures look professional.
Mobile privacy is almost non-existent. Telecommunications providers know when we place a call, the number we dial, and how long the conversation lasts. If this makes you uncomfortable, here are 5 changes you can make to reduce how much your phone carrier knows about you.
There are times when you have some killer tunes bumping on your phone, but a stereo docking station is nowhere to be found. With a little improvisation, you can easily amplify your smartphone’s speakers using common items from around the house.