Samsung has been a big player in the smart watch game for the past 18 months, launching the Galaxy Gear last year, running Android and now Tizen thanks to a software update, and this year the Tizen-powered Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, Gear Fit and even the Gear Live (running Android Wear) that was announced
Wearables are the current trend in the tech space at the moment. Mainly, its been smart watches or Google Glass that garners all the attention. The first wearables though, have been around much longer, and come in the form of fitness trackers – think Nike+ Sportsband. The fitness category of wearables though hasn’t gone anywhere.
This week has seen an influx of Google updates and news. Today, we bring you coverage of the latest update to Google Search. We’ve had the ability to use voice search for some time, and last year we saw Google enable a user to say “Ok Google” and trigger voice commands. This was limited to
Jolla is rolling out its Jolla Launcher to select testers today, and we’ve managed to get our hands on it. Initial impressions are thus far great! It is quick and responsive, and provides a great tutorial at the beginning for users who are unfamiliar with the User Experience Paradigm that is incorporated into Sailfish OS.
As CJ pointed out earlier today, Nokia released Z Launcher, a launcher for Android. I went to test it out on my Rooted Nexus 5 and was greeted with “sorry, we are currently not supporting rooted devices”. This was a bit of a roadblock, until a few people (1,2) on twitter pointed out a work around.
Samsung’s Galaxy S lineup is synonymous with Android, much like Nokia’s Lumia devices with Windows Phone. As such, there is a sense of superiority of these devices over others on the platform. After a month’s extensive use of the Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung’s latest flagship device, here’s the review. The S5 is easily the best
With our review nearly complete, I thought I’d post a few camera samples and give a summarised opinion of how the camera on the Samsung Galaxy S5 performs. While I’ll go more in-depth in our review post, overall I think the camera is actually pretty good! The Galaxy S5 is equipped with a 16 MP
HTC has taken to their Chinese page, to show off the new HTC One E8. It appears to be like a plastic mash up of the M7 and M8. The design is more the M7, though it boast specs comparable to the M8. The E8 will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chip, clocked at 2.5 GHz,
Last night, Vodafone and Samsung Australia launched a competition that kicks off on Monday 26th May. The competition is straight forward, Vodafone will release clues over the next few weeks, that, if used correctly, will provide you with a code that you can enter online and progress forward in the competition. There will be a
HTC has just announced the HTC One Mini 2, the follow up to last year’s HTC One Mini, and the HTC One (M8)’s little brother. Design of the Mini 2 is almost identical to the M8, with a few differences, mainly based on size reduction and changes in features. The Mini 2 features a 4.5″
Just as the Nokia Treasure Tag gets local pricing and availability in India, there is already a smaller and cheaper variant on the way. Nokia has silently published product pages for the Treasure Tag Mini, or WS-10 if you’re into product names. No pricing or availability has been given other than the Treasure Tag Mini
Earlier this week, Pebble released updates to both the watch itself and their smartphone apps. Firmware on the Pebble (both Steel and Original) has been bumped to V2.1. The Android app is now sporting version number 2.0.51 and iOS has been pushed to 2.1.3. The updates should be on your respective app store. Just open