Category: Mobile

Nintendo plans big comeback with hybrid Switch console and mobile device

The Nintendo Switch, which was teased recently for a March 2017 launch, is essentially a hybrid gaming platform. It can be used in the old school way connected to an HDTV and it can also be undocked and taken on-the-go with a unique controllers that attach to the main unit.

7 Hidden Features of iOS 10

By Christine Persaud
If you use an iPhone 6 or up, you may have noticed some pretty cool new features with iOS 10. But there are a couple that you might not even have realized existed. Here are 7 of the coolest new features that will probably be getting plenty of use by owners of compatible devices.

Do liquid screen protectors really work on mobile devices?

CrystalTech Nano offers invisible protection, reinforcing your smartphones or tablet’s screen to 9H (sapphire equivalent) hardness for ultimate scratch resistance and is easy to apply while leaving no annoying bubbles.

BlackBerry: A Retrospective

We all have memorable BlackBerry devices, these are some that changed the way people used their technology by making it more personal and portable and kickstarted the idea that smartphone were more than communication devices but were extensions of our work and personal lives.

Connected Home mishaps and how IoT is still not where it needs to be

The promise of a connected home for new or old homeowners is really a glimpse into the future. Being able to micro-manage your thermostat remotely, be virtually at home and answer the doorbell even if you’re vacationing in Cannes, set lighting on the fly for different moods, as well as shut appliances on or off at will, are attractive propositions and are all available today for a price, but are they any good.

To headphone jack or not to headphone jack, the smartphone maker’s dilemma

There’s no doubt that the future of audio is indeed wireless, but there are a number of things that need to improve significantly before it is anywhere as good as what wired analog headphones have to offer today. There’s the issue of battery life, limited range, interference and sound quality plus the reality that wireless Bluetooth headphones can cost up to three to five times more than their wired counterparts.