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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.
Which do you think will win the drop test? the Galaxy S4 or the iPhone 5?
Reports are stating that the BlackBerry Z10 return rates are higher than its sales. BlackBerry is disputing the report. Who’s telling the truth?
The first cell phone call was placed in 1973. How have these forty years of cell phones changed our lives?
Will Poor Battery Life Affect Your Smartphone Choices? We put this question to our writers, asking them how important battery life is on smartphone choices.
Industry sources are reporting that the next generations of the Samsung Galaxy and the iPhone will have some form of wireless charging.
One of the bigger questions surrounding smartphone ownership is if you should jailbreak or root it. This practice is done against the advice of the makers of the smartphones, whether it be Apple, Samsung. In this article, we will discuss if it is worth it to jailbreak or root your smartphone.
To drum up some excitement for the Samsung Galaxy S IV on the level of what Apple usually gets with their new product releases, Samsung isn’t letting anyone see it … except Jeremy. Who’s that?
Are your pockets filled up with too many devices? Is it getting difficult to carry around your work phone, your personal phone, as well as an iPod? You’re not alone. That’s what Samsung are betting on by releasing Samsung Knox. Will it replace your iPhone? Let’s check it out.
While Google and Apple have been battling it out to decide who will grab the lion’s share of the smartphone market, Ubuntu and Firefox poised to enter the market and compete with the giants. Is there any more room for new players in the smartphone market?
Steve Jobs once theorized that the tablet computer would at some point overtake the desktop and laptop market. And that moment seems to be now. In this article, we discuss how you can make your tablet as powerful as the laptop and probably replace it forever.
If you live in a large metropolitan area, most likely everywhere you go, you will stay within the 3G bandwidth. Once you travel outside your area, you can lose that bandwidth to either the EDGE network or even even no network at all. The following gives a quick reference to the evolution of bandwidths and how they’re used, as well as the difference between the currently available bandwidths.