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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Iris detection a possibility in the near future for Samsung mobile devices. Great innovation read at

Samsung explores iris detection tech for future mobile devices

Samsung is researching ways to integrate advanced biometric technology within our future smartphones and tablets.

The South Korean firm is exploring various new authentication methods for mobile devices, as reported by the Wall Street Journal. Samsung senior VP Rhee In-jong, chief of the Knox division, told investors at a forum in Hong Kong:

Monday, May 19, 2014

Here's a great Android tip we recently found written by the great folks at

A Secret Tweak to Speed Up Chrome on Your Android

"If Chrome on your Android device is acting sluggish, stuttering as you scroll down pages, you don’t have to just twiddle your thumbs in silent frustration. By changing how much memory is allocated to the app, you can speed things right back up."

Thursday, May 15, 2014

You Can Text 911 In an Emergency Starting Today

It's OFFICIAL, You can now text 911 for emergencies:

Announced by the FCC in 2012, the service goes live today for AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile. Using it is very straightforward. If you have an emergency, you simply text 911 with your emergency and your location, as you would if you were speaking to an operator. You have to state your physical address because, unlike with a voice call, call centers can't triangulate your location.

Samsung says 11 million Galaxy S5 smartphones sold since launch

Samsung’s Galaxy S5 sales figures appears to be very strong since it’s launch:

Samsung says that since the Galaxy S5's launch, the flagship smartphone has outstripped the S4's sales figures by one million units in the first month.

The South Korean firm reports that during its debut month, the Galaxy S5 handset has outperformed its predecessor, the Galaxy S4 smartphone. During the first month, over 11 million S5 smartphones were sold, while the S4 secured roughly 10 million sales.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

iPhone 6: Every rumor about the specs, release date, and size of Apple's next smartphone

What we think we know

This early in 2014, we don't know much about what Apple has up its sleeves for the next iPhone. That said, some trends are already popping up in the rumors. Analysts and sources claim that Apple will give us two phones this year, just like it did in September 2013 with the 5S and 5C.

There will be a large iPhone model, likely with a 5-inch or larger screen, and also a smaller, possibly lower-end, device closer in size to the iPhone 5S.

Monday, May 12, 2014

2014 Top Android tablets

Want a tablet but don't want to buy a svelte iPad Air or the petite iPad mini because you want to stay away from the Apple walled garden? Not a problem!
Tablets are everywhere, and while Apple's iPad – along with its little brother, the iPad mini – commands the most media attention, there's no shortage of excellent Android alternatives to choose from.

Friday, May 9, 2014

Nokia PureView camera lead departs to help improve Apple iPhone cameras

Nokia has been a leader in smartphone imaging for a long time and their PureView cameras are the best in the industry. A lead engineer announced his departure from Microsoft to help a competitor improve their cameras.

Nokia's PureView cameras are the best available on smartphones today. Nokia has always been strong in imaging and their 808 PureView set the bar a couple of years ago. Engadget reports that Apple has hired one of the experts from the Nokia team. Ari Pertinent, a senior camera engineer, reported on Twitter that he will be starting with Apple in June.

Four tips for improving battery life on the Galaxy S5

Change these settings to squeeze the most juice out of Samsung's latest smartphone.

Galaxy S5 owners can breathe easy when it comes to battery life. While most Android devices available today have some sort of battery-saving feature, Samsung went above and beyond with its latest flagship device. Here's how you can get all-day battery life and more on your Galaxy S5:


Thursday, May 8, 2014

Which phone should you buy?

Need some help deciding on which cell phone to buy? Read on to make sure you get the one that is best for you. Great article with some great tips.

"Which phone should I buy?" This is the single most common question readers like you ask phone reviewers like us every day. We get it, it can be a challenge, especially with superb devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8, iPhone 5S, and Nokia Lumia Icon. But depending on your price range and what's available where you live, the phone you should be getting may not be a flagship -- it could turn out to be the Nokia Lumia 520/521 or iPhone 5C.

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Upcoming support for Text to 911 by wireless carriers starting May 15

Here is a great read about the upcoming support for Text to 911 by wireless carriers starting May 15.

Beginning May 15, wireless carriers in the US will uniformly and voluntarily support Text-to-911, a program that lets you send text messages to emergency services as an alternative to placing a phone call.

While carriers will climb on board, this just means they're making the service available -- the ability to text the police in an emergency situation won't work everywhere in the country the second May 15 rolls around. On the flipside, some counties have already embraced the program, usually working with a single carrier. Here are some important things to know about texting 911...