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What Retina Display? Samsung’s Exhibiting An Insanely High Resolution Display

Samsung today announced that they will be showcasing various industry-leading technologies at the Society for Information Display’s Display Week 2013. Amongst these technologies will be a 13.3-inch laptop, boasting a display with a 3,200 x 1,800 pixel resolution. Putting It In Perspective To give these numbers a little more perspective, the new 13-inch retina MacBook […]

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Smartphones & Tablets

BBC’s Watchdog Puts The Samsung S4 Under The Spotlight

Anne Robinson is well known in the UK for her ruthless style especially from the show, Weakest Link. Last night though, there weren’t any money-hungry contestants receiving a grilling but instead the tech giants Samsung. The investigation was based around Samsung’s claims that their flagship device, the Samsung S4 offers 16GB worth of storage memory, […]

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Blackberry’s BBM is moving to iOS & Android

Remember the days when Blackberry users (myself included) used to brag about the awesome messaging service called BBM? Now it seems that what used to be one of the key reasons for owning a Blackberry is going out the window – BBM will become available on iOS and Android, for free. The growing popularity of […]

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iOS Smartphones & Tablets

How To Add Websites To Your iOS Home Screen

If like me you visit lots of websites on a daily basis, you’re likely to bookmark them within the browser itself. With iOS though, you can really easily create a dedicated icon on your home screen to work as a visual bookmark. So, this article will show you how to add websites to your iOS […]

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How To Choose A Tech Ecosystem

In a recent article about choosing the right tablet for you, I touched base on the need to consider your current tech/gadget ecosystem. With the on-going debates about “who is better” out of iOS (Apple), Android (Google) and Windows (Microsoft), I thought it would be helpful to knuckle down on what should really influence your decision […]

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Apps & Software iOS

Google Now for iOS: Siri’s true competitor?

After Apple’s failed attempt at a proprietary Maps app for iOS, Google came along and redefined the ‘navigation app’ marketplace with a freshly designed version of Google Maps. Unsatisfied with that, the search giants once again seem intent on outperforming Apple’s Siri with their own personal assistant; Google Now for iOS. Google Now vs Siri So […]

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Smartphones & Tablets

How To Choose The Right Tablet For You

When you’re in the market to buy a new tablet, the selection process can quickly become complicated and end up frustrating – mainly because there are so many product lines, each with their own pros and cons. In this post I wanted to run through some of the key factors you should consider when having to […]

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Computing

What To Do When Your Computer is Slowing Down

We’ve all been there, whether its the hour glass for Windows users or the rainbow circle for Macs, when your computer is slowing down on a regular basis it isn’t a good sign. The positive thing is, there’s a bunch of things you can do to help nudge the speed and performance of your machine […]

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Injustice: Gods Among Us (iOS Review)

Brought to you from Warner Bros in collaboration with NetherRealm Studios (creators of Mortal Kombat), Injustice: Gods Among Us is the iOS adaptation of the console-based versions now available for PS3, XBOX and the Nintendo Wii U. It’s built upon an epic roster of DC heroes and villains and is a touch-based 3 on 3 […]

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My Experience with iTunes Match

iTunes Match is a music service by Apple that allows you to stream your music via iCloud. If you own an Apple product, you’ll understand what I’m talking about when I complain about the hassle of syncing a music library of 16GB+ in size with each individual device you want music on. If like me, […]