In this Feature Focus, we take a close look at the functionality of the S Pen and show you how it can enhance the way you use your Note 3.
The moral and political aspects of state-level spying will be debated for years to come, but an interesting side-effect of the NSA’s actions is that new business is being created specifically to protect people against spies. The question is, are consumers ready to pay for them?
Google is rumored to announce the Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 KitKat on October 15. But is it really so?
The new iPhone 5S may have brought fingerprint scanning back to the forefront of security technology, but how do fingerprint scanners work?
This week, the veil lifted on the Nexus 5, Android 4.4 KitKat leaked, we got confirmation that curved phones are coming soon, the Note 3 launched amidst controversy, Google downplayed Android malware, and the benchmark debacle erupted.
The Themer app has launched in the Play Store as a closed beta and we’ve put it through its paces. Interested in trying it out? We have 50 beta codes ready for you. Read on to put your name in the sweepstake.
On this edition of the Friday Debate, we discuss benchmarks. There’s a bit of a scandal going on in the Android community, following reports that several large manufacturers are artificially boosting their scores in benchmarks. Do you care? Or is the whole issue overblown?
The latest beta version of the Chrome web browser for Android allows web apps to be installed to the homescreen. What does this new feature mean for the future of Android and Chrome OS?
When it comes to picking the fastest data carrier there are loads of choices, but perhaps the most important decision is deciding between a 4G or LTE.
The Galaxy Note 3 SIM card region lock is apparently a serious issue for many buyers, with Samsung yet to offer a clear explanation for this new policy. Furthermore, it looks like future Android 4.4 KitKat updates will bring the same region lock to older Galaxy handsets.