Archive for the ‘Android’ Category

We’ve all seen countless unboxing videos of anything from top of the range smartphones and tablets to children’s toys. Some people have made quite a pretty penny from doing high quality unboxing videos on YouTube, but with the release of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung has done something a little different.

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Here’s how to permanently SIM unlock Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or any other Android phone for that matter and use it on any carrier you want. For complete details, head past the jump.

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Smartwatches are all the rage right now, and with Apple entering the fray with its Apple Watch in the next couple of weeks, all eyes are where the market will take us. Google has already been playing in the space for a while now, and Android Wear has proven mildly popular while not quite reaching the heights that many may have hoped.

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Google-owned Snapseed is considered one of the best image-editing apps for mobile devices, and has, in the past, yielded much acclaim from the folks at Apple. Sure, this was before said app was acquired by one of its fiercest rivals, but the fact that both Google and the Mac maker rate Snapseed so highly is a testament to its quality and feature-set. Today, Google has taken the wraps off Snapseed version 2.0 for iOS and Android, bundling in a decent array of new features and fixes. Full details, as well as that all-important download link, can be seen below.

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After a seemingly endless amount of rumor and speculation, the HTC One M9+ has been officially announced by the Taiwanese company. It packs a 2K, 5.2-inch display among a number of other great features, and you can catch the full details after the break.

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After decades, the Star Wars movies are being geared up for a digital launch, where all six titles will soon be available on digital video services such as iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Instant Video and Xbox Video across the globe. According to Disney and LucasArts, fans will be able to grab the movies starting April 10. Head over the jump for further information on this exciting new development.

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Here’s a drop test comparison of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge vs Apple iPhone 6. More details and video can be found right here after the jump.

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Samsung has just released an official bend test video of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, in an effort to fight off its very own ‘bendgate’ scandal that has rocketed on to the scene. In its new video, Samsung tells everyone that the Galaxy S6 does not bend in “normal daily use.” Head over the jump for some background to this story and a look at the video.

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Here’s how to download and install OxygenOS Android 5.0.2 Lollipop ROM on OnePlus One. For complete step by step instructions, head past the jump.

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Here’s a camera quality comparison of HTC One M9 versus Apple iPhone 6 Plus. For more details and comparison photos, head past the break.

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Galaxy S6 Edge bend test video reveals device bends and cracks more easily than iPhone 6 Plus. Check out the test video right here after the jump.

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Samsung’s new pair of Galaxy S devices – the S6 and S6 Edge – are perfectly poised to make a serious impact on the Android powered smartphone world. In an effort to get ahead of the game and keep its subscribers happy, T-Mobile has stayed true to its promise of shipping initial pre-orders early, much to the delight, and unfortunately, dismay, of some of those who purchased it.

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Here’s how to run Android apps in Chrome browser on Windows and Mac OS X. Complete details and step-by-step guide can be found here.

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Goophone Samsung Galaxy S6 clone is now available and costs just $169. Full device specs and details can be found here.

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While Windows Phone is still a nascent platform in terms of number of apps available as compared to iOS and Android, there are certain titles that define Microsoft’s mobile OS and have always been the source of envy for other users. One such title has always been Microsoft’s own Office Lens – a portable scanner that offers OCR facility for pretty much any text that you throw at it – and today, the software giant has made the app available for both iOS and Android users.

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Miss retro gaming with those chunky cartridges and below par graphics? Hyperkin is one company that is aiming to bring it all back, but realizing just how important smartphone gaming has actually become, it is developing a case that will turn your iPhone into a proper Game Boy. Head over the break to find out more.

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A video of the Xiaomi Mi 4 smartphone running Windows 10 for phones has just been posted online, showing Microsoft’s OS running on a device that ships with Android out of the box. What is this wizardry? Head over the jump to find out more about this development and watch a video of the OS in action on the phone.

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Philips Hue, the connected lighting system that was initially introduced by back in October of 2012, is going through further expansion with the introduction of the new Hue Go option. Like the rest of the Hue range, the Hue Go will fall under the category of intelligent home automation, can be connected and controlled directly from your smartphone, but differs from the rest of the established range as it is a truly portable lighting option that can be removed from its base and transported around the home.

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Here’s a camera comparison between Galaxy S6 versus iPhone 6 Plus in outdoor, indoor and low light conditions. More details and comparison photos can be found here.

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According to a newly published set of test results, the Galaxy S6 with its octa-core processor finds itself bullied around by the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with their dual-core chips and 1GB of RAM when it comes to graphics performance. Don’t believe us? Head over the jump for more details.

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