We’ve talked about it a lot before, and we’ll talked about it again. Smartphone manufacturers are getting into the habit of producing follow up color options to their popular smartphones as a marketing strategy to increase their sales count.
And before the Samsung Galaxy S4 hands over it’s ‘flagship crown’ to the much awaited Galaxy S5, a follow-up black edition of the device has been announced. Aside from the jet black color, the black edition S4 features a … Continue reading
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Yesterday, an unannounced Samsung mobile device was spotted online in the database of Zauba, a website that tracks Indian exports and imports. And according to the device’s listing on the website, the Samsung device has a model number of GT-I9405 and was under testing and evaluation. The listing also stated that the device will feature a 5.5-inch screen, and is a single-sim device. Aside from that, there’s no picture or any specs stated about the device.
Now the … Continue reading
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Sprint has revealed today via it’s newsroom several Samsung Galaxy devices that are set to receive the Android 4.4 KitKat treatment in the near future. Included in the list are the already updated Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4, and soon to follow are the Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Mega, and the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0.
The US network carrier also detailed a number of changes that will come with the above devices for … Continue reading
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TeamViewer provides an All-In-One solution for a wide variety of scenarios like remote maintenance, spontaneous support, access to unattended computers, home office, online meetings, presentations, training sessions and team work, in a single software package. For this reason TeamViewer is a popular choice for million of users (and mines also). Well now our favourite app gets a big update to v9.0 with two-factor authentication, external keyboard/mouse support, and more.
But let us take a look first about version’s 9 … Continue reading
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We all know that the current Samsung devices that are running on Exynos 5 Octa chipsets can’t actually utilize all eight cores at the same time. Both 5410 and 5420 chips can only use the four Cortex-A7 cores or the four Cortex-A15 at a time. Now Samsung has decided to fix this and yesterday the manufacturer announced its latest revision of the Exynos platform that will support simultaneous operation of all eight cores. … Continue reading
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