Two of the most sought-after handsets, the Samsung Droid Charge and the iPhone 4S 16 GB, are making their way into people’s Christmas wish lists. Each phone carries its own trademark features, which make it very difficult to choose between two good products.
This comparison will help you get an overview of the two phones’ chief features and how they stack up against each other. Hopefully, at the end of the post, you can get a fair idea of which one to strike off your Christmas list (that is, if you only have to choose between the two).External Features
The Droid Charge is heavier in comparison to the iPhone 4S with 143 grams of weight and a [...]
Samsung has definitely been striking gold recently. Not only did they create the Galaxy S2, one of the best-selling Android phones in history; they are also threading new grounds with the Samsung Galaxy Note. In Malaysia, the Galaxy Note has received such a high demand. Despite restocking efforts by Samsung, the Note is practically sold out at this point of time.
There must be something Samsung is doing right.
Here comes the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. It’s a decent (and more affordable) tablet option that performs extremely well. We took the HoneyComb tablet for a review and below are the results:
Sturdy Built Quality
The 7.0 Plus feels solid in [...]
Here’s a sweet treat for all you green thumbs and plant lovers out there: your Android phone or tablet may be able to help you with your gardening and landscaping projects. We’ve been on the lookout for the best Android apps that will help gardeners make the most out of their time, money, and resources in making sure those well-loved gardens and plots are tended and healthy.
Let these helpful apps do the work for you so you can sit back and enjoy watching your garden grow. Take your pick!Gardenate
If you’re into growing vegetables, you’ll find Gardenate to be handy, practical, and useful. It provides you with all the information you need to get started [...]
The ICQ app strives to merge many of your social networking features, and text messaging into one package. It seems like a tough goal to meet, and can it live up to its efforts? While it does manage to achieve some of its goals, some of the rest may just be out of reach. Let’s take a look at what it succeeds in, and where it fails.Video The Good – Consolidation
I really enjoyed this app for what it was, an app to chat with people and follow feeds. I could talk to people from Google+/talk, Facebook, ICQ, and more. I really like the lay out and the functionality of chatting, and how it combined [...]
After releasing Google Music Beta a while back, people started to become suspicious. It would only be fair that Android users have access to buying music and listening to it like their iOS counterparts. The Music beta started off by allowing users to upload their whole iTunes library to Google’s “cloud”. After doing so, users would be able to listen to their music on smart phones and computers anywhere there they had internet access, be it through 3G, 4G, or WiFi. Additionally, the music files could be saved locally for offline listening.
So the ultimate question is, will Google Music be able to stand up to iTunes?
As of right now, there is no [...]
Earlier last week, iOS users began to update to version 5.0.1. The newer version of iOS 5 is supposed to give increased battery life to the iPhone family. However, for some users, that was clearly not the case. Some of the issues were:Cannot Update Without Wi-Fi Cannot Check for Update Cannot Install Update
Clearly, there are a few flaws in the iOS over-the-air updating system. However, these problems didn’t happen to everyone, but a good deal of people were experiencing some updating errors.
In addition to these errors, some also observed that [...]
Life just became more exciting when Android came around. Mobile computing became a fad. And, let’s face it–with those awesome and cool apps around, Android just rocks. These apps made people’s lives easier, more productive, and even more creative.
Creative will be a word we can closely associate with a cool app called Lapse It. Basically, it’s a video capturing app, though it’s specifically built to capture time-lapse videos. The fun of capturing time-lapse videos can now be done on an Android device.Time-lapse Videos
Time-lapse is actually a video capturing technique where frames are captured at a very low frequency. The average frame rate of a typical [...]
One of the hottest devices out there, the Galaxy Note and the NOOK Tablet (formerly codenamed NOOK Color 2) are two exceptional devices heading their way to store shelves for the holiday season. Samsung’s flagship phoneblet (phone-tablet), the Galaxy Note, promises to be a showstopper, considering the device is both a phone and tablet rolled into one device. On the other hand, Barnes & Noble has surprised many consumers with its latest announcement of the NOOK Tablet.
As we pit the Galaxy Note and NOOK Tablet, let’s catch a glimpse of how these two great gadgets stack up against each other. It’s a contest between a powerful phone-tablet hybrid [...]
Newer, in terms of release date, does not always mean better. Countless times, a particular phone becomes so exceptional that competing companies can’t match it with their own products until some months later.
Let’s take two smartphones, for instance: the Motorola DROID 3 and the HTC Rhyme. The DROID 3 has been with us since July, 2011, whereas the Rhyme recently arrived this October. Now, to prove my point, we proceed to the comparison.
Motorola Droid 3
HTC RhymeOS Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread Processor 1 GHz dual-core 1 GHz single-core Internal Storage 16 GB 4 [...]