Everything related to mobile phones goes under here. Online services, Cool Software, Tips and Tricks etc.
More Posts from Mobile
This year the big shots at Apple once again took the stage to show the world the next stage in their quest to take over the world’s cell phones. The company out of Cupertino had big news in store for the tech world with the advent of not one, but two new iPhones. Each of these has serious potential to move units. The real impact of today’s press conference will be felt in the weeks and months ahead. The iPhone broke new ground and once again rewrote the rules of the mobile industry today. Here’s how things are changing. The Next
Here comes Samsung. If there’s one thing we took away from the International Franchise Association’s 2013 conference, it was that the Korean manufacturer is pushing ahead hard. It’s not waiting for the market to change on them. It’s trying to be that change with the new Galaxy Gear smart watch (think Pebble). The Gear should be the magic bullet that helps push people toward Samsung products, the solution that gives it an edge over Apple. In theory, Samsung could invent an entirely new category of electronics like they did with the Galaxy Note. The Gear could be the next way
Apple really should have included the option to backup messages via FTP, HTTP, or even iTunes but after all these years they still haven’t implemented a straightforward way to do so. That is, they haven’t explicitly explained a way to do it nor have they made it a native feature, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. We’re going to use two methods. The first is only a few steps out of your regular routine. That is, we’re going to use an iTunes backup of your iPhone to extract the backed up text messages. To do this we’ll need a certain
There was a great discussion on reddit recently about great features only available in certain custom ROMs. In case you missed it, a custom ROM is a special version of Android that you can install on your phone. I’ve explained them at length before as part of our beginner’s guide to custom ROMs. I collected a few features from that thread and from my experience with custom ROMs. If you’re up for digging into recovery mode and flashable zips, you can install some software with really cool features that aren’t available anywhere else. Custom ROMs are great for adding extra
Over a year ago, the Pebble Smartwatch for both Android and the iPhone made news for being the most popular funded project ever on Kickstarter, raising over $10 million to create a unique smartwatch. It was the brainchild of 26 year old Eric Migicovsky, and today it's become one of the most popular computer-based watches available. But is the Pebble a true smartwatch, or just an amped-up version of a digital watch with a few new flashy features? It's designed to send social media, email and call notifications, directly to your wrist. However,there are certain bugs and glitches that may leave some customers questioning their purchase.
We have covered the topic of staying safe and anonymous online before. With the recent NSA scandal and news of the PRISM surveillance program, it's understandable that some users may wish to invest in a good VPN that will help protect their data. However, using a VPN with your PC is only half of the battle. These days, everyone has a smartphone. It's easy to miss. If you want to keep your browsing on the down-low even when on the go, you'll need a VPN for your phone as well. For this guide, we'll take a look at how to use one within the confines of Android.
Google’s internet-connected eye wear Google Glass debuted this year and they are by far the most anticipated gadget of 2013. They allow users to look up anything online with their eyes, giving humans unprecedented access to the internet in the least physical, inconspicuous way to-date. Not surprisingly, the possible ways Google Glass could ultimately be used have gotten many people’s minds churning. Whether you’re a student, parent, traveler, businessperson, business owner or a filmmaker, Google Glass can change your world. We’ve outlined 10 amazing uses for Google Glass. Google Glass – The Ultimate Wearable Tech First-Person Live Video Stream of Important
The HTC Sense interface has often been at the receiving end of the flak from users as being slow and not user-friendly.The latest iteration of the Sense UI, seen on the flagship HTC One, boasts of several new features like BlinkFeed, BoomSound and a camera feature called Zoe. HTC has made a big push on the UI front and often highlights these features. But does it live up to the need of usability and ease-of-use that can make or break an interface? Read on to find out.
In the time since buying Galaxy S4, I haven’t done anything to it. The S4 remains as virginal as the day I took it out of the box, plus a new launcher and keyboard. It still runs TouchWiz on the stock ROM. I’ve swapped out only a few other stock apps. It’s not even rooted yet. The truth is, I’m done with modding. After years of tinkering, I don’t feel like my new S4 even needs to be rooted. And this is coming from a guy who has rooted or jailbroken everything back the first-generation iPod Touch. For the first time in Android, I don’t need root.
Previously only available for jailbroken devices, blocking messages/numbers was a feature that should have been natively included long before iOS 7. This newly introduced feature enables blocking every communication source a particular number could carry behind it. This includes FaceTime, iMessages, SMS, and phone calls. Do this all at once and with extreme ease. Need to blacklist a number on your phone? There are two ways to block someone from contacting you on your iOS device. Follow our guide to find out how to block messages and phone calls on iOS 7 for the iPhone.
Page 4 of 41