Everyone’s been in a situation where you lose or misplace your phone at the point where the battery is almost dead, then it goes off and there’s now way to find it’s location. Lookout has looked (no pun intended) into that problem and launched an app called Signal Flare for Lookout on iOs a few weeks ago, [...]
Yesterday, Joe Belfiore, Manager of the Windows phone program took turns with Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO on stage with help from Hollywood actress Jessica Alba to introduce Microsoft’s new mobile operating system, Windows Phone 8 to the world. The main push that was stressed is how the new OS is built around the user and [...]
The Official Twitter Mobile twitter handle (confusing I know) had this to say earlier today regarding Windows 8 and its twitter offerings. What is rather disappointing is the time it might take to have this out in the wild for people to use. A few months is a long time. In the meantime, the Microsoft [...]
Only last week during the iPad mini announcement, Apple stressed the fact that they had the most number of apps available for download for iDevices on their iTunes app store…700,000 of them. Well, AllthingsD have just confirmed from a company spokesman that Google’s own android app store Google Play has also crossed the 700,000 apps [...]
No matter how hard Hurricane Sandy will blow, on goes the show. As you may have heard from releases last week, the Google show was postponed because of the storm that was about to hit, meaning we would have to wait longer to see the new rumoured devices that we meant to be revealed today. [...]
The official launch of Windows Phone 8 takes place in a few Minutes. Not too long ago, my colleague on the Suplex put up a post regarding his fears about the soon to be announced windows phone 8 platform. I had seen a notification about this post and I was hit with a conundrum; do [...]
A good place to start this post will be to say I want Windows Phone to succeed. Why? Simply because choice is great for the end user. When the end user has a variety to pick from, each product competes for your attention, that forces the maker of the product to innovate and innovation means better [...]
Previously… I cannot see. The hand that grabbed me was coarse, not anything like Esther’s. Esther! The memory returns in a flash. I have a vague recollection of a meeting with the Mother Of All Circuit Boards…a memory wipe. I must have had an out of case experience. ‘It’s mine!’ Esther’s voice breaks into my [...]
Now this is dirt easy, however for some reason, it’s one of the things I do get asked about the most with regards to BlackBerry Smartphones. So you get a new phone and you want to transfer your contacts from your BlackBerry to your new phone, but you are old school, so going the sync [...]
Yesterday, IDC released their latest numbers for smartphone shipments for Q3 2012. A cursory glance at the numbers throw up a vivid picture of what’s going on with regards to smartphone sales (shipments in actual sense). First thing worthy of note is how many smartphones Samsung sold in the past three months 56.3 million units, more [...]
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