Ever wondered how your smartphone adjusts display brightness automatically, or even how the screen turns off when you pick/make a call? Continue reading “Smartphone sensors and what they do”
When you are not doing photography or shooting a video, what do you do with your smartphone camera? Continue reading “Other uses for your smartphone camera”
Android gives you the liberty to customize your device in any way you want. Something doesn’t appeal you, do away with it or replace it. In customization, the appeal is the interface, which consists of the launcher. Stock Android launchers are not appealing as they should be and lack a lot of functionality as well. Continue reading “What to look for in an Android Launcher”
A cell phone signal refers to the strength of the signal a mobile device such as a smartphone receives from the cellular network. Having a strong signal is the best thing everyone wishes for on their phones Continue reading “No Cell Phone Signal at Home, Don’t Worry”
Sometimes you take a look at a smartphone’s specs and wonder what other features mean, especially when your current flagship doesn’t have them. Well, you are not alone. To most people, features such as an Infrared (IR) blaster or NFC are just a ‘by the way’ technical features the manufacturer included. A feature such as NFC has become a common trend in the digital world. It’s surprising only a small percentage of people are reaping its benefits. But starting today, you will know what NFC is, how it works and its uses. Continue reading “NFC in smartphones”
Cash and credit/debit cards will soon be obsolete. At this technological rate, advanced systems such as cryptocurrencies have started taking root. In developed and developing countries, digital currency is commonly used. You only need to have a smart device with an electronic wallet to join the band. These e-wallets/mobile wallets Continue reading “Mobile wallets: Samsung Pay vs. Android Pay vs. Apple Pay”
So, you’ve just unboxed your brand new Samsung Galaxy S8…
Here’s 5 tips on what to do next to ensure that you get the most out of your new device:
The new Gear 360 (2017) camera is an accessory that you may want to add into your Samsung Galaxy world. Unlike its predecessor, it’s now appealing with its sleeker design. What’s even more exciting is the price; it’s cheaper as compared to the previous model. It’s priced at $229 whereas the other model retailed at $350. You’ll also be in luck if you’re going to buy Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ device with the Gear. This offer which will last until 19th June will help you get the new Gear 360 for just an extra $49. It’s available Continue reading “Samsung’s new Gear 360 Camera: Sleeker Design at a Reduced Price”
You’ve frantically checked all your pockets, searched under the bed and delved down the sides of the sofa.
We’ve all experienced it – that dreadful feeling at the pits of our stomach when we lose our beloved smartphone. The heart begins to race, beads of sweat drip down our foreheads and the urge to check Instagram intensifies…
Luckily, there are a few Apps designed specifically to help you to be reunited with your smartphone in no time!
Let’s take a look at a few…
Is Bixby better than Siri?
Bixby was developed with a sole purpose in mind: to make your phone more helpful.
Whilst Bixby is yet to be fully supported in some languages and regions, according to Kyle Brown, head of technology, content and launch management at Samsung, the smartphone giant intends on continuing to innovate and develop the service rapidly.
Although Bixby has initially been rolled out on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, it has been rumoured that the Bixby button will make an appearance on other Samsung products, including TVs, refrigerators and smart-home devices.
There’s four divisions of Bixby: Home, Vision, Voice and Reminder.
Let’s have a brief look at each of the 4 divisions: