Tag: Samsung

Nov 09 2015

How Smartphones Changed TV

Advertisers have been relying on TV commercials to promote their products and services for years. However, the competition for viewers’ time has grown beyond bathroom and snack runs. Now, a large chunk of viewers use a second screen while watching TV, such as a laptop, tablet, or smartphone. This means viewers dedicate very little time …

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Aug 11 2015

Review: U8 SmartWatch

Recently, I picked up a you U8 SmartWatch for doing a review. In the past, I’ve made comments and posted articles about how I think the concept of SmartWatches is just a horrible idea. The whole driving factor behind SmartWatches is for manufacturers to simply prove that small devices with limited abilities can be manufactured and people …

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Jun 10 2015

Review: Urban Armor Gear Smartphone Cases

Recently, I updated my smartphone to a Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The process of looking for that perfect phone cover is always important because what you’re looking for is something to protect your phone, be convenient, be compatible and be economical. I’ve done a lot of product reviews on software and hardware, but I’ve never …

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Jan 28 2015

IRulu’s Phones Have Performance And They’re Affordable

Over the past couple of months, iRulu has been distributing some new android-based smartphones. One of the first iRulu smartphones that was offered was a dual core android-based smartphone, iRulu 1U. My initial opinion of that phone was that it was an entry-level phone. According to iRulu, it was one of the first phones that …

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Jan 19 2015

Why Do People Record Vertical Video?

Ever since the introduction of mobile devices with WebCams, or cameras in general, people have been recording video, but one of the most confusing things that I see is when people record video vertically. It doesn’t make any sense. Recording video vertically just does not fit the medium. It’s possible that we can blame the …

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Sep 13 2013

Apple Customer’s Confidence In The Brand-name Is Breaking Down

I heard something other day from a friend of mine that absolutely floored me. He’s been using Apple products for years and has been a diehard iPhone user since the very beginning. I’ve had many conversations over the comparisons between android and the iPhone, but it wasn’t until the other day that I heard a …

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Aug 04 2012

PC’s and laptops aren’t dead- no matter how much its being reported

I hear people say all the time about how they need to buy a tablet or they need to get a touch screen. When I hear this I just smile. Technically, we’re just on the cusp of touch screens and tablets. And while tablets and Smartphones are undeniably powerful, they don’t have the power of …

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Dec 07 2011

Android App: Carrier IQ Detection

After last weeks shattering news that AT&T, Samsung and HTC were tracking every key stroke you make on your phone, there was a small application posted in the Android market and it went straight to the stop of the top download list; it checks to see if you have/are infected with the ‘life’ logger application …

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Sep 15 2011

Windows 8: A walk around with Windows Explorer

Having loaded Windows 8 DP [Developers Preview] on to my VirtualBox machine for testing… I was digging through the Windows Explorer, or the file manager for Windows and I thought I would pass on some things I was noticing with the new interface. The new Windows Explorer is utilizing the ribbon GUI  interface that’s being …

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Mar 07 2011

Techie Review: Nook Color

I recently ventured in make an attempt out the Nook Color. The overall presentation of the Nook Color was nice and it had some good points to it. The overall goal was to purchase an ebook reader for my wife, but she had just about as much hands on as I did. While she was …

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