Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2016

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 announcement today watch live below:

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Source: Samsung - http://bit.ly/2apqMxa

Thursday, 16 June 2016

OnePlus 3

Breaking news - OnePlus 3 is out

OnePlus 3
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has unveiled their lastest flagship smartphone "OnePlus 3" on June 14, 2016. The phone sports with 6GB RAM, a sleek and quick fingerprint to unlock the phone, Snapdragon™ 820 - the same processor that can be found in many top-end handsets, including international versions of the Samsung Galaxy S7.

Dash Charge - USB 2.0 Type C
Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 82016
Fast Charge
Slim by 152.7 x 74.7 x 7.35mm and weighs 158g
Available Colours - Graphite and Soft Gold

5.5-inch screen
1,920 x 1,080 pixel display (401ppi)
Dimensions: 152.7 x 74.7 x 7.4mm
Weight: 158 grams
Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor
Adreno 530 GPU
64GB storage (32GB variant may be offered in some markets)
16MP main camera
8MP selfie camera
USB-C port (Dash Charge 5V/4A)
3,000mAh battery
Fingerprint scanner
3.5mm headphone jack
Oxygen OS (Android 6.0.1)

  • Conclusion
  • The OnePlus 3 is a look like iPhone 6 plus but the company has to comprise the battery to 3,000mAh non-removable battery which will put off some folks to buy this phone. However, if the battery life is not an issue for you then this is a BUY. You can directly order this phone from OnePlus website at £309 but also this phone will be exclusive to Amazon as well.  

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    Thursday, 13 February 2014

    Comcast wants to turn your home router into a public Wi-Fi hotspot

    The worst carrier in the US
    That's the story Comcast is hoping to tell as it attempts to turn its massive customer base into an unprecedented public Wi-Fi network, potentially eliminating the need for cellular service in some areas. But at a time of heightened online privacy concerns, the company faces the challenge of getting its customers on board.

    What you need to know

    -- The modems. Certain newer broadband Comcast modems double as Wi-Fi routers and build in that public-hotspot feature. Such devices are called "wireless gateways."
    If you are not certain if your device has these features, you have a couple of ways to check this.
    One is to search for a Wi-Fi network called "xfinitywifi" in your vicinity. If the network's signal is strong, it is likely emanating from your router.
    Confirm this by logging in to your Xfinity account at
    customer.comcast.com. Click "my account" at the top. On the next page, click "users and preferences" at the top.
    On the next page, look for the "service address" section, and see if a "manage Xfinity Wi-fi" link is immediately below that. If it is, you do have a home-hotspot option. Clicking the link leads to a pop-up control panel for turning the home-hotspot feature on and off.

    Are you worried?

    1. Call the Comcast customer service and request to opt out. 
    2. You also have the option to switch this public-hotspot feature off even though Comcast does not want you to do so. The choice is entirely yours, and don't let Comcast tell you otherwise.
    Bottom Line
    if you willing to sign up with Comcast services in the US check your terms and conditions before you join them otherwise seek advice if you need to opt out this option from your home router. please leave you comments below and share your experience with us this matter.

    Thursday, 25 July 2013

    Google introduces $35 Chromecast streaming stick

    Thank to CNET in the US please see below video Google event on the new product Chromecast. This product is only available in the US but Google will soon release other countries Europe, Asia and Australia.

    Please follow us on Facebook for more update and release date in the UK.

    Friday, 15 March 2013

    Samsung Galaxy S4 - Eye-tracking smartphone landed

    The long waited Samsung Galaxy S4 unveiled by Samsung yesterday on March 14 2013 at Radio City Music Hall in New York. The new smart phone, Galaxy S4, with features like photos
     with sound from a 13MP rear-facing camera, language translation, group media streaming, infrared gesture control and more.

    what is new with the S4?

    The S4 is still impressive light, weighing in just above 130g, with new addition of a solid metallic banding around the side of the phone. It's also slimmer than Galaxy S3, the previous version the has been released back 2012, with the phone measuring 136.6x69.8x7.9mm alongside packing in full 5 inch HD Super AMOLED screen.


    One of the few major hardware features Samsung introduced was the S4's cameras. A dual-camera mode can capture images from both the 13MP rear-facing and 2MP front-facing cameras, allowing the photographer to be in the video or photograph. Therefore, users can also add audio to still photos, along with other advanced software functions.

    The 5-inch, 441 pixel-per-inch Super AMOLED display on the S4 includes "Air Gesture" capabilities that allows users to interact with the screen without actually touching it.

    Rounding out the new component set is a plastic body measuring 5.3 inches long by 2.7 inches wide and 7.9mm thick. The S4 runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out of the box on a 1.9GHz quad-core or 1.6GHz octa-core processor and comes with 16GB of storage standard, with options for 32GB or 64GB, while all models come with a MicroSD slot. Powering the device is a 2,600mAh battery.

    Please see below YouTube video first look on Samsung Galaxy S4 from AndroidCentral.


    Overall, it seems that Samsung is banking on software improvements and innovations to drive sales, as hardware enhancements were largely iterative. 

    Stay tuned for more update including prices and release dates. Please support us by joining  our Facebook page and we will keep to update all tech news in real time for free.

    Source: CNET

    Friday, 8 March 2013

    T-Mobile/Orange customers face yet more price hikes

    According Money Saving Expert site the Tmobile and Orange UK mobile network operaters increasing their prices by 3.3% from 9th of May 2013 onward, adding 79p a month to a typical fixed mobile contract . This is not the first time as joined companies already increased back March 2012 by 3.7% (Tmobile) and 4.34% (Orange). This is hidden in their terms and condition and not clearly advised consumers in advance before singing up their monthly contract. We recon fix means fix and prices should not be increased before then.

    Who is affected?

    Not all customers will be hit. Contracts which aren't affected include: 

    • Orange customers who signed up after 2 December 2012.
    • Orange business, Sim-only, works and "current pay monthly consumer" customers.
    • T-Mobile customers who signed up after 22 January 2013.
    • T-Mobile customers on 30-day Sim-only and the "current consumer" plans.
    • All customers on EE tariffs

     Are you affected by T-Mobile’s price hike? Or are you worried that your mobile operator might be next to raise prices? Then join Fix Mean Fix campaign led by Which? technology which due to revise by Ofcom14th March 2013. For more information please visit their website on http://goo.gl/TvCy6.

    Stay tuned for more update. Please support us by joining our Facebook page, just click below "LIKE" button. 

    Source:Money Saving Expert

    Thursday, 7 March 2013

    Samsung Galaxy S4: mock-up

    S4 predicted photo

    The next Samsung's flagship smart phone is set to release in 14 March this year. With just seven days to go until the grand unveiling of Samsung’s Galaxy S IV smartphone at a special event in New York City, the Korean company has begun the countdown by posting a teaser video clip of the highly-anticipated handset. The clip involves a young boy – the "secret messenger" of Samsung Unpacked 2013 – calling in to take a look at a secret package, please see below clip to see more about event. 


    Based on rumors we expect the device to pack an Exynos Octa 5410 CPU clocked at 1.8GHz, a PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU, 2GB of RAM, have a 4.99in full HD 1920×1080 display,a 13-megapixel camera, run Android 4.2 out the box, support GSM/WCDMA/LTE networks, and come in 16, 32 and 64GB versions with a black or white colour schem. Furthermore, The Samsung Galaxy S4 may be a sight for sore eyes, literally. According to a New York Times report, the company's "next big thing," to be introduced later this month, will include eye-tracking technology that turns your eyeballs into page scrollers.

    Stay tuned for more news Samsung Galaxy S4. 

    Source: CNET

    Sunday, 3 March 2013

    Evernote Hacked: Evernote Resets Everyone's Passwords After Intrusion

    For what it seems the giant cloud service Evernote has been hacked and all users of an online note-taking app are being forced to change their password after "suspicious activity" was discovered on the company's network. This is including us "Droid Tech News", please see above email we had from the company.

    Evernote will also be releasing updates to their apps very soon to address the attack. Thus, if you haven't had an update for your mobile/tablet then head to Playstore/itunes store and check for an update for your device.

    Please follow us on Facebook in real time update and stay tuned for more news. 

    Source: Evernote

    Wednesday, 27 February 2013

    New HTC One

    New HTC ONE
    Exciting times are ahead as HTC has unveiled its latest flagship handset, the HTC One. The brand new device features a full 1080p HD display, quad-core processor and a 13 megapixel camera, as well as a whole host of audio enhancement tech courtesy of HTC BoomSound.
    Please see below the first look on this new smart phone from HTC and stay tuned as there is more to come including full review. Please leave your comments below on what do you think of this new flagship smart phone. 

    Sunday, 3 February 2013

    Twitter Has Been Hacked: 250,000 Twitter Accounts Compromised

    Security Warning!

    Twitter says that approximately 250,000 users may have been affected by the hack, with the hackers gaining access to usernames, email addresses, session tokens and encrypted version of passwords. Not good.

    In response to this incident the company said:

    "As a precautionary security measure, we have reset passwords and revoked session tokens for these accounts. If your account was one of them, you will have recently received (or will shortly) an email from us at the address associated with your Twitter account notifying you that you will need to create a new password. Your old password will not work when you try to log in to Twitter".

    We would recommend to our audiences to visit their twitter accounts and update password as soon as for better. For more information please see below video from BBC technology news. 
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    Stay tuned for more update.

    Source: BBC