BlackBerry DTEK60 Review: There is a Reason Why Barack Obama Uses it

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Though most of us today are not aware of what the smartphone giant – Blackberry – is up to, the company is making conscious efforts to come back into the game of producing smartphones for its target market. Continue reading “BlackBerry DTEK60 Review: There is a Reason Why Barack Obama Uses it” »

Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro (6GB RAM | Snapdragon 653 | 16MP) – Unboxing & Hands On!

Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro (6GB RAM | Snapdragon 653 | 16MP) - Unboxing & Hands On!

The Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro (SM-C9000) is a first from Samsung to sport a 6 GB of RAM in their new lineup of smartphones announced in 2016. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 MSM8976 Pro chipset with 64 GB of built-in internal storage expandable with a microsd card. Please watch this unboxing and hands-on video.

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International variant of the Galaxy C9 Pro (1st Samsung w/ 6gig RAM) receives Wi-Fi certification

International variant of the Galaxy C9 Pro (1st Samsung w/ 6gig RAM) receives Wi-Fi certification

Earlier today, an unannounced Galaxy-branded handset (SM-C900F) was awarded its Wi-Fi certification credentials. Unfortunately, the documentation included in the listing doesn’t include any details about the device, but recent speculation ties its model number to the upcoming International variant of the Galaxy C9 Pro. Continue reading “International variant of the Galaxy C9 Pro (1st Samsung w/ 6gig RAM) receives Wi-Fi certification” »

Samsung Plans All-Screen Design in New Galaxy S8 Phones – No Physical Home Button

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Samsung Electronics Co. will create an all-screen front for the Galaxy S8 smartphones coming out next year and scrap the physical home button, people with direct knowledge of the matter said. Continue reading “Samsung Plans All-Screen Design in New Galaxy S8 Phones – No Physical Home Button” »

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10 reasons the BlackBerry DTEK60 is good for business

10 reasons the BlackBerry DTEK60 is good for business

The BlackBerry DTEK60 is the most powerful and elegant BlackBerry device released. It stands out from other Android smartphones with key functions and features that enhance efficiency and improve productivity. Continue reading “10 reasons the BlackBerry DTEK60 is good for business” »

Everything you need to know about Windows 10 recovery drives

Everything you need to know about Windows 10 recovery drives

How to make one, and what you can do with it. You never know when you’ll need a Windows recovery drive, so the time to make one is now—and it’s very easy to do. Continue reading “Everything you need to know about Windows 10 recovery drives” »

Microsoft releases Windows 10 cumulative update KB3200970 (14393.447)

Microsoft releases Windows 10 cumulative update KB3200970 (14393.447)

It’s patch tuesday meaning Microsoft has a new cumulative update ready for installing. Today’s update is KB3200970, which when installed translates to build 14393.447. As with all cumulative updates, today’s release features only bug fixes and under the hood improvements. Continue reading “Microsoft releases Windows 10 cumulative update KB3200970 (14393.447)” »

Further details emerge on Dell’s Intel-powered Windows 10 mobile device and ecosystem plans

Further details emerge on Dell's Intel-powered Windows 10 mobile device and ecosystem plans

A few days ago, images surfaced of a sleek, unannounced Windows phone, published by Evan Blass, better known as serial leakster @evleaks. The device was said to have been in development by Dell, featuring ‘a laptop-class Intel processor’, but little more was revealed about the unnamed handset. Continue reading “Further details emerge on Dell’s Intel-powered Windows 10 mobile device and ecosystem plans” »

BlackBerry DTEK60 vs DTEK50 specs comparison

BlackBerry DTEK60 vs DTEK50 specs comparison

Security-conscious Android phones go head to head on paper. THE BLACKBERRY DTEK50 is just a few months old, but the Canadian firm has already bought out a higher-spec sequel in the form of the BlackBerry DTEK60Continue reading “BlackBerry DTEK60 vs DTEK50 specs comparison” »

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Firefox disables loophole that allows sites to track users via battery status

Firefox disables loophole that allows sites to track users via battery status

Mozilla Firefox is dropping a feature that lets websites see how much battery life a visitor has left, following research showing that it could be used to track browsers. The feature was intended to allow websites to offer less energy-intensive versions of their sites to visitors. Continue reading “Firefox disables loophole that allows sites to track users via battery status” »