Category Archives: Linux

  • The iPhone SE should continue to be a part of Apple’s line-up

    Yesterday, Cult of Mac reported on a claim stating that Apple has no plans to refresh the iPhone SE this year. Today, another article from 9to5Mac reports that a new iPhone SE will arrive in August this year, a couple of months before the iPhone 8. However, the article’s title also states that the source for the report is “sketchy”. Whether […]

  • Without Google, I don’t know if I’d be interested in iOS

    Recently I’ve been shopping around for a new carrier, and oftentimes – although not every time – when you switch to a new carrier it’s also a good time to shop for a new phone. As I’m browsing through the phones and considering whether I want to stick with Android or go back to iOS, […]

  • The LG Q8 is the mini variant worth considering

    Over the years we’ve seen plenty of different “mini” variants of flagship phones. Samsung is certainly no stranger to the idea, that’s for sure. Sony has done it, too. The idea is to build a phone that looks similar enough, if not exactly like, a flagship handset, but then drop the price by shaving some […]

  • 10 best Android apps for power users

    Android phones come with a lot of handy apps out of the box, but that’s just the start. With the right apps you can may your phone faster and better. You can also start making changes to customize the device to your liking and really get into the nitty gritty of customizing. For that, you’ll […]

  • Which Path to IoT Security? Government Regulation, Third-Party Verification, or Market Forces

    On Friday, a series of distributed denial-of-service attacks hit Dyn, a company that provides a form of traffic control for popular websites, and interrupted some users’ access to sites including Github, Twitter, and Netflix. Since then, it has become clear that these attacks were made possible by security vulnerabilities in millions of devices within the […]


    Facebook is harnessing the power of its events feature as part of a new standalone app that lets users discover things to do in their city, and around the U.S. The “Events from Facebook” app is available now for iOS, and is heading to Android soon. When you open the app, you can immediately see […]


    Like everybody else in the world, Lenovo isn’t sure what Microsoft’s future plans are for Windows 10 Mobile. As a result, the company is staying far away from that mess. That’s the word from Lenovo’s chief operating officer, Gianfranco Lanci, who leads the company’s PC and smart device group. Speaking at the Canalys Channel Forum […]

  • Acer Liquid M330 With 4.5-Inch Display, Windows 10 Mobile Launched

    Acer introduced its Liquid M330 smartphone back in September last year during the IFA 2015 conference. The Windows 10 Mobile-based smartphone was launched with seven different handsets at the conference. The company after almost half a year has finally launched the Liquid M330 at $99.99 (roughly Rs. 6,650). It will be available from Microsoft store […]

  • Get a Super Nintendo Bluetooth controller for your mobile device

    Do you yearn for the days when you spent most of your free time with an SNES controller nestled into your hands? If so, then you might want to check out 8Bitdo’s SNES30 Bluetooth controller for computers and mobile devices. Its design apes the Nintendo original, complete with A, B, X and Y buttons, and […]

  • OnePlus launches an iPhone 6S case

    The latest third-party cover for the iPhone 6S has come from an unlikely source – affordable smartphone peddler OnePlus. Yes, you read that right, but the Chinese company has an ulterior motive: flogging one of its own devices. The £15.99 Sandstone cover comes bundled with an invite for the OnePlus X, so you’re essentially paying extra […]

  • Samsung Patent Shows Designs for Foldable Smartphones and Tablets

    According to a patent published by the USPTO on November 26, Samsung seems to be working on creating scrollable, foldable smartphones and tablets. The patent gives details of the designs Samsung products might carry in future. Of course, foldable devices would require flexible displays, something Samsung has been working for nearly three years. Looking at […]

  • Customer Respect Is The Foundation Of Everything Apple Does

    Earlier this week, Apple Store employees at the High point Shopping Centre in Melbourne, Australia, asked a group of black students to leave the store because they worried they might “steal something.” Apple has since apologized to the students, and Apple CEO Tim Cook recently sent out a company-wide email, obtained by BuzzFeed, in which […]