Archos 50 Diamond Review

For the past couple of weeks I have been using the Archos 50 Diamond as my daily handset. However I have absolutely fallen in love with the Diamond. Please let

Android Auto System to be offered in Hyundai Cars

If you own an Android Smartphone and a 2015 Sonata Sedan by Hyundai, well, it seems you are in luck. You can now ask your car dealer to download the

Google launches Google Photos with unlimited storage

Google today launched its unlimited photo and video service called Google Photos. Google Photos will be available today on Android, iOS and the web and offers free unlimited storage and photo editing service.

Periscope is finally arriving on Android

Periscope, Twitters live video streaming app, is being launched on a new platform. Googles Android. This comes two months after its debut in the apple store. Meerkat, rival app of

Samsung reveals a few facts about its round Gear smartwatch

Samsung has not run away from its new Gear watch having a round screen. If you weren’t aware, it confirmed the announcement on the day the Apple Watch launched. Now,

Dual-booting handset headed to China with Android 5.0 & Windows 10

A smartphone from Chinese company Elephone that appears to run both Android 5.0 Lollipop and Windows 10 has been revealed. The  device seems to offer a 2K display, a 21-megapixel

Samsung released an Apple-Like Design Video for Galaxy S6 Edge

Samsung released a new video on its YouTube channel called “Designing Possible”, describing the design process of the brand new Galaxy S6 Edge. The video reminds of an Apple video

LG G4: Everything you need to know

LG finally unveiled the G4, the newest Android flagship handset that’s supposed to fight against some impressive rivals, including the iPhone 6, the Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9.

New app launched to help ‘Generation Renters’ split bills and do away with awkward IOU’s

There’s nothing worse than being the one in charge of the bills. It is a forever cycle of sending awkward reminders to flatmates, followed by an almighty bill, followed by

How an app could be the future of theatre

The first time I ever came across @digitaltheatre was when I went to the cinema a few years ago and saw they were screening Maria Freidmans production of Sondheims “Merrily