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Samsung S5 Unveiled to the Tech World

Samsung Galaxy 5

Yesterday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung like several other tech giants unveiled their newest range of gadgets to the public. Among the gadgets unveiled were the Samsung Galaxy S5, Gear 2, Gear Fit among others. Our focus in this post would be on the Samsung Galaxy S5.

Looking to get your hands on this device? Well we would like to bring to your notice the latest addition or what differentiates the S5 from the S4. (more…)

Is Your Samsung Galaxy S4 Restarting Itself? (Updated)

One of the Samsung Galaxy S4 in our office just started restarting itself last week after installing Facebook (mind you the Facebook app has nothing to do with the phone restarting) and the battery life drops from whatever percentage it is to 0%.

Steps taken to fix the Issue

  • Uninstalling third-party apps
  • Removing the battery and re-inserting it
  • Removing the SD card and starting the phone without it
  • Resetting to factory settings
  • Performing a hard reset by wiping cache and formatting the phone (more…)

Blackberry Messenger Now Available for Android and iOS (Updated)

Yes the wait is finally over. As owners of android and iOS devices can now download and install the blackberry messenger on their devices regardless of your region.

Blackberry had initially limited the app to few countries but at this moment everyone can download the app by going to either Google Play (Android users) or iTunes (iOS users).

Download the app>>launch the app>>enter your email address>> just follow the steps afterwards.

Violà! You should be pinging on your non blackberry device.

You can also download the version for your iPad.

Note: the minimum requirement for your device➡️ ➡️➡️ Android 4.0 and iOS 6 or higher is required.

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The Importance of Google Apps to Your Business

Google Search

Google Search (or Google Web Search) is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. Google Search is the most-used search engine on the World Wide Web, receiving several hundred million queries each day through its various services. The main purpose of Google Search is to hunt for text in publicly accessible documents offered by web servers, as opposed to other data, such as with Google Image Search.

Google Search provides at least 22 special features beyond the original word-search capability. These include synonyms, weather forecasts, time zones, stock quotes, maps, earthquake data, movie showtimes, airports, home listings, and sports scores. There are special features for dates, including ranges, prices, temperatures, money/unit conversions, calculations, package tracking, patents, area codes and language translation of displayed pages.

Google’s rise to success was in large part due to a patented algorithm called PageRank that helps rank web pages that match a given search string.

You can carry out a search on information about similar businesses, products and data. (more…)

Jelly Bean on HTC Sensation XL

htc-sensation-xlHTC Sensation XL was released late 2011 with some praises and criticisms. Ice Cream Sandwich was pre-loaded on them and HTC seems to forget about them in terms of updates. Well that’s a thing of the past because Rootbox has made available a custom firmware update for Jelly Bean version 4.2.2 for HTC Sensation XL.

Below are the steps that you need to take to have Jelly Bean running on your XL. (more…)

Samsung Galaxy S4! Is it truly the best phone around.

Yes you must have heard, seen or own the Samsung Galaxy S4. Samsung have been kind enough to offer its customers with the Samsung S4 Active (water resistant) and the Samsung S4 Zoom (for photo lovers).

Ever since the release of this smartphone, there have been several reviews but this post would focus on the effectiveness of the new features on the phone.

According to Samsung, the S4 simplifies your everyday task. It is described as the ultimate productivity device. How true this is depends on which camp (iOS or Windows Mobile) you belong. For a neutral party or someone who is new to the Android camp, the phone is truly an ultimately productivity device with few exceptions.

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