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Posted on Dec 9 2015 - 7:54am by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on Pixel C By Google: With Solid Power And Premium Style

The Pixel C was dispatched somewhat pitifully by Google amid its Nexus 5X and 6P occasion, giving us looks of the slate while in the meantime giving next to no away. Which is amazing truly, as Google has made a fairly convincing top of the line tablet. Past ‘Google’ slates wearing the Nexus brand have been made by Asus and HTC; this time round, however, Google’s had aggregate control over each viewpoint, forming the gadget particularly for Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The 10.2-inch presentation and premium form implies the...

Posted on Nov 18 2015 - 9:32am by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on Shield Tablet K1 By Nvidia: Eloquent Tablet For Gamers

The Nvidia Shield K1 Tablet builds upon the success of the company’s dedicated gaming tablet from last year, the Nvidia Shield Tablet. Nvidia has stripped back its initial offering to put forth a model with bucket-loads of processing and graphical grunt, numerous gaming focused characteristics, and all for just £149. Basically, the Shield K1 is one big glass panel on the front, with two solid strips at either end that house the speakers and the front facing camera. On the original model these bookends were completed in a matte...

Posted on Oct 29 2015 - 9:44am by Robert Meyers
Comments Off on Introducing The All-New DROID Turbo 2 And DROID Maxx 2: Shatter Your Expectations

When it comes to choosing a smartphone that’s always been on the forefront of innovation, the DROID brand has stood the test of time by addressing consumer headaches like battery life, charging, and of course, durability. Today, we’re introducing two new versions of our most popular DROID models: the DROID Turbo 2 featuringMoto ShatterShield™, the world’s first shatterproof display1, and the new DROID Maxx 2, offering longer battery life, clearer pictures, and a more powerful processor. DROID Turbo 2 The new DROID Turbo 2 features...

Posted on Oct 15 2015 - 11:14am by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on Use Any SIM By Unlocking Any iPhone

Some iPhones are easier to unlock than others by depending on the carrier and the phone’s contexts. Most iPhones purchased within the past year will exactly be unlocked already, but if your iPhone is older. If your iPhone is locked to a particular carrier, it can be truly frustrating. But there are other ways to unlock your iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus so that you can use any SIM card. You will discover that your iPhone has been locked to a specific network if you insert a SIM card...

Posted on Sep 19 2015 - 7:44am by Robert Meyers
Comments Off on Fire 10 HD By Amazon: Real Touch With Surprising Design

Amazon might give up on the tablet game, but alternatively the brand has gone away and produced yet another iPad contender. Nevertheless, all that did was show that you can drop your iPad 30 times onto a hard surface and it probably will not break. it is decidedly a case of getting what you are paying for, but the durability is good and there is little creak in the chassis. The screen quality, while decent thanks to being IPS and laminated to the surface of the glass, still looks low resolution, and that is because this 10.1-inch tablet...