Microsoft is building a new version of Windows 10, codenamed Polaris, for traditional PC form factors that strips out legacy components in favor of a more modern OS. Last September, I exclusively revealed “Windows Core […]
Samsung has just confirmed the launch date of the most anticipated phone of the first half of 2018. In the teaser tweet, Samsung announced an Unpacked event for the 25th February, which should be just […]
Xiaomi tied with Samsung for the top spot in India’s handset segment late last year, and with the momentum strongly in favor of the Chinese manufacturer, it was only a matter of time before it […]
This could be the next big thing … at some point. The mobile industry has been tracking this rumored Samsung “Galaxy X” prototype phone for several months, gradually pushing back the supposed launch timeline for […]
Folding phones are set to be all the rage in 2018, offering a way to deliver even larger screen sizes while keeping the handset pocketable. ZTE has actually delivered such a device, Samsung is expected […]
Google Maps will make taking the train or the bus in places you’re visiting a lot less stressful: according to TechCrunch, the app will soon guide you through every step of a mass transit ride, […]
Samsung has unveiled its latest ultra-premium clamshell phone at an event in Xiamen, China, and it’s an absolute monster. As is usually the case with Samsung’s flagship “flip phones”, the W2018 will only retail in […]
Battery breakthroughs happen all the time, in labs, but rarely make it to devices – until now. Samsung has announced a new graphene based battery that could mean its next Galaxy S9 smartphone will charge […]
Samsung’s been aggressively pushing its Bixby virtual assistant since the announcement of the Galaxy S8 at the beginning of the year, and while Bixby has made sizable progress over the past few months, it’s still […]
It has been 10 years since the first iPhone was announced, Apple’s flagship mobile phone is one of the most hyped flagship devices of the year. With a mobile market share of about 12-15%, iOS is the second largest mobile platform in terms of the Market Share (as per data from IDC).
Unlike its biggest competitor, Android it is less open and less customizable. This means that you can’t apply any third-party UI (launchers) or change the default apps. Also, it is not so easy to sideload any apps on your iOS device unlike it is on Android or Windows 10 Mobile devices but the closeness of the OS leads it to be really smooth and secured. With the latest A11 Bionic Chip that comes with iPhone 8 duo and the iPhone X, the devices are super powerful and due to the presence of the multiple Microsoft productivity suite Apps, the iPhone really transforms into an iPhone Pro.