The BlackBerry KEYOne is expected to be available from mid-April 2017 and will cost $550. For the dollars, customers will be buying a well made, solid device offering a mid-range hardware specification and a device that concentrates on getting stuff done.
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Google has been behind the curve here in improving Android such that it is is a more productive platform. The next version of Android, 7.0 Nougat, will support multi-windows for smoother and easier multitasking: something Samsung and
The smartphone and tablet industry is used to a two year product cycle. Many plans are based around a two year cycle and because of this, most manufacturers support their products for two years after launch. The plan here is that after two years, customers go ahead and buy a new device: but
Many modern smartphones and tablets offer plenty of power and connectivity for doing the things that we want to do on our devices. And because devices have become more and more powerful, so the applications we run on them are also typically getting larger, more complicated and more demanding of the hardware
Email quickly moved from something of a novelty to something essential. And whilst there are many ways of keeping in touch with people, from calling, instant messaging, video calling and SnapChat, many of us still rely on our email accounts to keep up with at least certain aspects. To this end, there are many different […]
I use Google Keep every day and it sits on my home screen. It’s something of an enabler application rather than a productivity application. Do you have a favorite note taking application and if so, what do you use? Have you tried Google Keep?
And this makes me think that a two by two big.LITTLE processor could be the sweet spot between high performance and long battery life. Combining a dual core, low power processor core with a dual core, high performance core means we can have our 2.5 core solution to the problem detailed above.