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iPhone 6 rumors: It will be bigger with a different case and screen

clock November 12, 2013 13:45 by author Frank Ling

A source inside Apple has revealed to Bloomberg News that the upcoming iPhone 6 will depart from the traditional rectangular shape and will feature a new body look. Not only that, it’s expected to have a larger screen size that may come close to the display size leader in smartphones—Samsung.

But as we all know, rumors about upcoming iPhone models should always be viewed with a wary eye and some skepticism because nearly all of them are inaccurate or way off base.

In saying this, we’ll dish out what Bloomberg reported and give you our take on what we think is in store for the iPhone 6. More...

A closer look at the iPhone C: What do you get besides the low price?

clock November 7, 2013 19:32 by author Frank Ling

For the first time in the iPhone’s history the flagship device from Apple was released in different case colors. It was first revealed in San Francisco on September 10 at a special press event.

Most people know that the iPhone C comes in different colors, but this feature alone doesn’t describe what this new phone is all about

So besides the nice colors, what else is there about the iPhone C that would gain people’s interest? We’ll go a bit deeper into what makes this phone tick and show you what you need to know before buying. More...

A closer look at the iPhone 5S: Things you may have missed

clock November 5, 2013 15:28 by author Frank Ling

It’s almost been 2 months since Apple’s new flagship phone, the iPhone 5S, was unveiled for the first time in San Francisco. Since then the dust has cleared and the smoke has lifted and the iPhone 5S is well entrenched in the public’s eye as the phone to beat, when it comes to top-of-the-line smartphones.

Whether the iPhone 5S is the best phone in the world is up for debate, but it does live up to expectations and more.

In this article we’ll go over the features of the iPhone 5S and separate the hype from the facts. What you find out may surprise you and help you to make up your mind on whether to buy it or not. More...

Google unveils its new flagship phone: The Nexus 5

clock October 31, 2013 16:25 by author Frank Ling

Google showed off its latest phone today, the Nexus 5, and aimed its sights on its competitors by offering better pricing, a larger display, and other features to make it a viable alternative for Android phone fans.

We’ll go over the specs and pricing of the Nexus 5 so that you’ll know all you need to know in order to make a decision to buy it.

The case specs at a glance
First off the bat is the Nexus 5’s larger 5-inch display (actually 4.95-inches but who’s counting?) that has a full HD IPS resolution of 1920 x 1080 or 445 ppi.

And for those who are bit accident prone, the display is made out of tough Gorilla Glass 3 manufactured by Corning.

The Nexus 5 has shed some of its weight and has a slimmer profile for 2013 and tips the scales at 4.6 ounces with a thickness of 8.59mm. More...

Do I have a DSLR or a bridge camera?

clock October 30, 2013 19:29 by author Frank Ling

If you’ve ever tuned into to some of the shopping network television shows you’ve seen DSLRs and bridge cameras for sale. Bridge cameras look almost identical to DSLRs, and there is some confusion as to which one is which.

A DSLR can do everything that a bridge camera can do and much more, but a bridge camera can only do some of the things a DSLR can do.

So do you own a bride camera or a DSLR? What are the differences between these models? If you’re looking to buy a new digital camera should you buy a DSLR or a bridge camera?

We’ll tackle some of these questions and put everything in focus for you. More...

What kind of Canon camera do I have?

clock October 24, 2013 09:00 by author Frank Ling

Canon products are very familiar with the general public because of its extensive line of inkjet and laser printers. But Canon is also known worldwide as one of the major manufacturers of digital cameras.

If you own a Canon camera you may have wondered if it is a DSLR or not.

We’ll go over the basic camera categories that Canon presently produces and give you the info you need to find out what sort of Canon camera you have or use this info to make a decision on which one to buy. More...

Apple announces new iPads, laptops, and computers

clock October 22, 2013 20:37 by author Frank Ling

Today in San Francisco Apple unveiled new upgrades to its iPad line, and also revealed product refreshes to its MacBook laptop and Mac Pro desktop computer.

The news wasn’t much of a surprise to the industry but the improvements will be enough reason for some Apple fans to trade in their old models for the latest ones.

We’ll go over what Apple showed off today and give you some of the early details of the new products.

The iPad Air: thinner, faster, and sharper
The news that everyone was expecting became a reality with Apple’s reveal of the iPad Air. This new iteration of the iPad is the thinnest profile of any full-sized iPad ever made and comes in the colors space gray and silver.

Sorry guys and girls—no new colors such as gold, green, red, or blue...maybe next time. More...

What kind of Nikon camera do I have?

clock October 17, 2013 17:01 by author Frank Ling

Although this may be something obvious to some people who are “shutter bugs” or to those who are fans of photography, a question like this isn’t as easy to answer as it may seem.

There are literally hundreds of models of cameras out there, and finding out what model you have can be sometimes confusing.

Fortunately, Nikon has made indentifying your camera a lot easier by prominently placing the model ID on the tops or fronts of their cameras. But this only answers half the question of “What sort of Nikon camera do I have?”

We’ll dig a little deeper and map out just what Nikon has in its product line and explain some of the differences too. More...

New iPads coming: Apple announces press event for October 22

clock October 15, 2013 15:07 by author Frank Ling

As the tech world finally settled down since Apple’s release of its new iPhones—the 5S and the 5C, another public relations barrage is set to hit fans as the company sent out invitations to the press about a news event scheduled for October 22 in San Francisco.

Most bets are on the announcement of new iPads coming from the California-based electronics giant.

Details about the event are scant but this hasn’t stopped industry observers from making guesses as to what will be revealed. We’ll list some of the most popular ones here and give you our take on them. More...

Fun accessories and toys for your mobile phone

clock October 11, 2013 16:51 by author Frank Ling

Let’s face it, some of us probably spend more time with our cell phones than with our boyfriend/girlfriend/husband/wife/friends. Our mobile phones are always with us and we treat them with care and consideration.

So it isn’t too surprising that we sometimes buy things for our phones that aren’t really necessary, but are fun anyway. We buy things that personalize them and make them look better.

We’ll go over some of these unnecessary necessities, so to speak, and show how these can make your phone a bit more fun to look at and use. More...

Switching to another wireless carrier: Should you do it?

clock October 8, 2013 16:25 by author Frank Ling

If you are considering switching to another wireless carrier because of problems due to poor customer service or cell phone service, several consumer blogs and publications publish annual ratings of how these companies do and how they compare with each other.

Reports from consumer marketing survey firms such as J.D. Power and Associates can act as a baseline for determining which carriers have the best track records for taking care of their customers.

If you are experiencing problems with your wireless carrier, should you switch to another one? And if you don’t what are you options? More...

How to keep your identity and data safe when using public Wi-Fi hot spots

clock October 3, 2013 10:00 by author Frank Ling

We all know how expensive data plans are and some of us try to get a little extra mileage out of our monthly allotment by using public Wi-Fi hotspots or tying into our home wireless accounts.

Using public Wi-Fi can really be useful when we are on the go at airports, stations or bus terminals, and some restaurants and hotels also provide free Wi-Fi service to their patrons. For students, it’s as easy as logging into the school’s network.

But as convenient as these free Wi-Fi services are, they are also public, which means anyone on the same network has the potential of either spying on what you are doing on your computer, finding out where you are located, or at the very worst, steal sensitive data off of your laptop.

What can be done to protect you from cyber-spying and theft? More...

Amazon unveils new Kindle Fire HDX tablets: More power and pixels

clock October 1, 2013 15:32 by author Frank Ling

When Amazon entered the tablet market with its Kindle Fire in 2011, it gained the attention of the electronics industry by providing a full-featured tablet that was easy to use and very affordable at only $199.

Since then Amazon has released an upgraded version called the Kindle Fire HD in 2012. Last week, Amazon announced its new tablet, the Kindle Fire HDX, which comes in the familiar 7-inch display size and a larger 8.9-inch version.

The Kindle Fire HDX has a lot going for it, and those who have been sitting on the sidelines waiting to purchase a tablet may be interested in checking these tablets out. For present Kindle Fire tablet owners, the KF HDX may be a worthy candidate to upgrade. More...

Samsung is ready to launch Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch in October

clock September 27, 2013 09:05 by author Frank Ling

Samsung set the standard for mega-screen smartphones with the introduction of its Galaxy Note line. And as each new model shows up, the display dimensions get a little bigger.

With the soon to be released Galaxy Note 3, it gets even closer to tablet screen specs with its huge 5.7-inch 1,920 x 1,080 display. Also on the agenda for launch is Samsung’s new Galaxy Gear Smartwatch.

So is a bigger smartphone or new Smartwatch in your future? We’ll find out by giving you the specs, info and official launch availability for these new products. More...

Data monitor apps: Keep track of your data use and avoid overage fees

clock September 24, 2013 16:32 by author Frank Ling

Wireless carriers do their best to try to warn you when you are approaching your data limits. But sometimes these warnings either come too late or the limit was already passed while in the middle of streaming or downloading content.

Overage charges can get pretty expensive if you don’t have an unlimited data plan; it can cost you at least $10 for each gigabyte over your

So how can you monitor your data use without having to constantly log onto your service provider or going into obsessive compulsive behavior by watching every kilobyte?

Data monitor apps may be the answer you are looking for. More...

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