Nov 03

Apple iPad Air vs iPad mini with Retina Display


Apple has introduced two new iPads in 2013. The iPad Air and iPad Mini with Retina Display. The new iPads feature the 64-bit processors, newly-designed iOS 7, Wi-Fi and expanded LTE cellular connectivity. If you are confused about which one to buy … Continue reading

Oct 14

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs HTC One Max [Specs Comparison]


With 5.5-inch+ devices coming out faster than ever, the phablet race is on full force. HTC recently announced the One Max, which is a 5.9-inch device that joined the One family of devices from HTC. Samsung has been ruling the … Continue reading

Oct 09

Samsung Galaxy Round: Its the Galaxy Note 3 with Curved Display


Samsung announced the first smartphone with a Curved OLED display, the Samsung GALAXY ROUND. The smartphone features Super AMOLED HD flexible display that is concaved vertically. The display is a 5.7-inch 1080p screen, which is the exact screen size of … Continue reading

Sep 18

BlackBerry Z30: Biggest, Fastest and Most Advanced BlackBerry (Specs and Features)


Today, BlackBerry announced the new BlackBerry Z30 smartphone. BlackBerry is touting three main features of the Z30, which include: Stunning 5” display, Unique BlackBerry® Natural Sound technology, and Up to 25 hours of battery life. In addition to the above features, the BlackBerry Z30 … Continue reading

Sep 11

Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD: Leaked Pictures Show 7-inch and 8.9-inch Tablets Completely Redesigned

KindleFire hd

Last year, Amazon announced new Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Fire HD tablets for reading and entertainment, respectively.   Amazon is providing these tablets at very cheap prices ($199 for Kindle Fire HD) in hopes of making profits from the services that customers will eventually … Continue reading

Sep 10

Apple iPhone 5S vs. iPhone 5C vs. iPhone 5: Specs Comparison


Apple announced two new iPhones today, iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. With this addition, Apple also stated that the iPhone 5C will be replacing the iPhone 5, which will no longer be sold anywhere. After hearing this, the first thing … Continue reading

Sep 06

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga and Yoga 2 Pro: The Best Laptops in Town (Specs)


Lenovo has come out swinging with its shape-shifting laptops at IFA 2013 in Berlin. The two main laptop products are the all new ThinkPad Yoga and the Yoga 2 Pro as an upgrade to the original Yoga. The Yoga laptops … Continue reading

Sep 05

Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Bigger Screen in a Smaller Package and Leather!


Samsung should have announced the Galaxy Note 3 with the tagline “big”, because it does everything big. Compared to the predecessor (Note 2), the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has a bigger screen with greater resolution, bigger battery, faster processor, more … Continue reading

Sep 04

Samsung Galaxy Gear: Smartwatch or Spywatch?


Samsung has officially revealed the Galaxy Gear smartwatch at IFA, Berlin 2013. It is meant to be a smartphone accessory and unlike other smartwatches, the Galaxy Gear actually features a 1.9 camera in the wrist band! The smartwatch has a … Continue reading

Sep 04

Sony Xperia Z1 is official: Waterproof smartphone with 20.7MP Camera


Sony has officially announced the Xperia Z1, the next flagship smartphone from the company. The Xperia Z1 packs beast specs in a compact waterproof body. From a first look, it looks like its another step in the right direction from … Continue reading

Sep 03

Google partners with Nestle to announce Android 4.4 KitKat: Cross-Promotion at its best?


This is not a joke. We were as surprised as anyone else when Sundar Pichai, head of Android and Chrome at Google, announced that the next version of Android will be called Android 4.4 KitKat. This was a surprise mainly because … Continue reading

Sep 02

Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse for Macbook (T631) and Ultrabook (T630)


Logitechprovides all sort of personal computer accessories but it is famous for its high quality computer mice products. Many people still prefer to have a mouse for navigation purposes around your computer. So if the trackpad is too limiting for … Continue reading