BlackBerry Messenger Coming Soon to Android

The BlackBerry Messaging Service (BBM) represents, for many, the premier messaging service on mobile devices, thanks to its speed and ease of use. The only problem with BBM is that it has only been available on BlackBerry phones – until now, that is. BlackBerry have just announced that they are bringing their popular messaging service […]

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A Summary of All the Smartphone Launches at MWC 2013

The final weeks of February 2013 have been engaging for technology analysts and mobile device reviewers, as Mobile World Congress 2013 was finally up and running. The four-day extravaganza kicked off on February 25, 2013 and on average it pulled together close to 50,000 visitors each day. A collection of advanced smartphones, feature phones and […]

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Is It Safe to Use Android’s Face Unlock Security Feature?

This is a guest post by Aubrey Samson One of the most recent innovations in cameras has come from Android: face detection security feature for mobile phones. Essentially, what it does is that instead of a PIN lock, a pattern or any password combination, the device takes a snapshot validation of your face. When it […]

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Some New Tablets To Look Forward To For The Rest of 2012

This is a guest article by Mike. If you’re interested in contributing, check out our guest blogging guidelines. With Apple constantly rolling out new versions of the iPad, and other companies striving to battle out the market share, there is little surprise that it all can be difficult to keep track of. 2012 alone has […]

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