The only reason why I don’t use the Nexus 5 is because voice call quality wasn’t as good as I needed, but now that Motorola are making the Nexus 6, this is one problem I don’t expect to see. I’m sitting on the fence as regards the size of the Nexus 6: my HTC One […]
The other thing that I did was make sure that I make sure my devices will only notify me of relevant messages at any given time. As a rule, I carry my smartphone and tablet to work with me. I’m using the HTC One (M8) as a smartphone and the Nexus 7 LTE as my […]
VIPole offers a comparable communications experience to Google Hangouts with some of the file storage and sharing functionality of Google Drive, under the protective umbrella of Government-approved encryption.
The only other widget that deserves attention is the Google News & Weather widget, set at the top right. This is important because it always shows the same weather that I see in Google Now, the only criticism I can level at the HTC Weather Clock, which can show different weather to Google.
Is it worth the extra to buy a mobile data-enabled tablet? As with most questions, the answer is a very definite, “it depends!” If you have a large tablet that you mostly use at home, then the answer is probably no. If you have something smaller, like the Nexus 7, you travel with it and […]
Sony’s Xperia SP was an interesting device and one that I’ve personally recommended to a number of people. At the time of launch, early 2013, it had middling-of-the-road features. It came with a dual core 1.7 GHz processor that’s similar to the 2013 Motorola Moto X, a 4.6-inch 720p resolution screen,
The Healthmemo app provides much needed electronic back up of medical records for those who’ve undergone bypass surgeries, suffered heart attacks, diabetic patients & women who’re traveling to their mother’s homes for their confinement.