It has been a long time coming. Android Version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) has been out for a few weeks now for the Samsung Galaxy Note. Not in India though. For some reason or the other, the release had been pushed for the devices... until now. It isn't exactly an
The geek in us makes us look for apps all the time. Another app caught our fancy. Think of it like Device Manager in Windows except it is for your Android phone... on crack. It is called Anfish.
The purpose of Anfish is to provide users interesting statistics related to their Android
Don't be too surprised if you haven't heard the name Milagrow before. We hadn't. We have heard of Milagro though... but it has absolutely nothing to do with technology :) Anyway, we are still trying to figure out the difference between a Tablet and a TabTop, the latter being the Milagrow's USP. It is
Are you in the market for a starter smartphone and don't care about having a QWERTY keyboard? Do you need a phone that has the capability to hold dual SIM cards? Don't want to spend too much on it either? There's a phone just for you. It is called the Samsung
What is rooting?
If you ever do a search on optimizing your Android device, you are bound to run into the term rooting. Rooting is the process by which you gain administrative access to your phone. Back when the iPhone was launched, hardcore techies quickly realized the true potential of the device and
A couple of weeks ago, we took a look at HTC's latest top of the line offering, the HTC One X. We also got a chance to review X's little brother, the HTC One V. This is the entry level version of 3 new models that HTC has released under the One
The Samsung Galaxy S III is probably the most awaited Android smartphone to hit the market this year (along with the HTC One X). It has reached an almost cult like following akin to the iPhone series. Branded as the top cellphone maker in the world and considering what a resounding success its
The headline is not a joke. At first we thought it was considering India is the 2nd largest mobile market in the world. And considering how Samsung has been touting about increasing their market presence in India. This declaration (Disclaimer: these were not the exact words from Samsung) was not
We have all heard the debate that has been raging for quite some time now, do cell phones emit radiations that are harmful to us? There is no definitive answer to that question yet, but that hasn't stopped a trio from Israel with coming up with a means of monitoring
Motorola to us is a hardware junkie's dream. For a long long time they have been producing electronic hardware (and licensing patents) that power almost all the devices we use on a daily basis. We were huge fans of the Motorola StarTAC back in the 90s and almost every device