Today I will be reviewing a case for the Samsung Galaxy S4 courtesy of our good friends at MobileZap. The case that we have under the microscope is the Spigen Slim Armor View Case.

The first thing that springs to mind when you see this cover is that it is […]

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The 4G network is fast becoming the norm, as 3G speeds simply cannot cut it with apps and mobile sites demanding more. As 4G is rapidly replacing 3G in most areas, there’s also an increasing number of 4G enabled phones available to buy.

The iPhone 5, released in 2012, offers a lighter, […]

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Google Maps Updated

On September 20, 2012 By

Well.. it would seem that Google has smelt blood and gone on the attack.  The biggest flaw in Aopple’s iOS 6 would have to be Apple Maps.

Yes, the maps are pretty. The fly over feature is fun. Love the 3D. BUT…that fun factor wears off after a few hours. The reality is that […]

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App Of The Week – mSecure

On September 9, 2012 By

This weeks App of the week is mSecure. Back up and secure your passwords all in one spot. Sync via drop box.


mSecure for Android is the leading password manager and digital wallet in the Google Play Store. Your data is safe in mSecure because it uses the ultra-secure 256bit blowfish encryption […]

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This weeks App of the week is from the creators who usually make the most addictive games – ZYNGA.

At first you’ll play this game and you’ll have no idea what you are doing. You will start to get the hang of it and will want to find out why things work […]

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Earlier this month, security researcher Trevor Eckhart published information that showed how software manufactured by a company named Carrier IQ logs and transmits data on your personal cell phone without your consent. Carrier IQ responded by suing Eckhart (the suit has since been dropped). It then issued a […]

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Iris for Android

On October 18, 2011 By

Is Iris for Android the answer to compete with Siri which was recently brought out on Apple iPhone 4s? Our friends at (yes the name is funny lol) take a look at Iris.

Take a look at let us know your thoughts below.

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A funny thing happened to the folks at Android Police, the same group responsible for leaking some of the first screenshots of Ice Cream Sandwich. They’ve since come across a few apps from Google’s upcoming release — purportedly straight from a Nexus Prime. The first is Google Music 4.0.1 — a marked upgrade from the current 3.0.1 […]

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Apple iPhone 4S: 5 Key Facts

On October 5, 2011 By

There’s no iPhone 5 yet, but meet the iPhone 4S–including Siri, your new voice-activated personal assistant.

Leaving months of speculation unanswered, Apple on Tuesday did not introduce iPhone 5, the putative heir to the smartphone throne in a product line that has redefined the mobile and the computer industries.

Instead, the company unveiled iPhone […]

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