• 8 Great Android Features That iOS Fails to Offer

    Posted on September 27th, 2016 Yuson Zou | No comments

    Tweet As a iPhone user, do you really think that your iOS device performs better than Andriod device? If yes, think again! There are at least eight Android features that your iOS device cannot provide, from automatic power-saving mode and installing apps from the web to smarter keypad shortcuts and the ability to clear storage-hogging app caches with a single tap. 1. Gesture typing for the stock keypad Although iOS has allowed third-party keyboards with swipe-to-type capabilities for a few years... Read more

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  • New Line Cinema Confirmed to Land the Film Right of Fruit Ninja

    Posted on September 27th, 2016 David Brooks | No comments

    Tweet With the success of Angry Bird movie, which owned more than $300 million at box office, it’s a trend for movie studios to make film upon popular mobile games. Fruit Ninja, the second-highest-selling iOS game by far, is also by far the second one that has been officially announced to be made as a film by New Line Cinema. The studio has landed the film rights to the addictive mobile game app that has become a staple on phones and tablets. [caption id="attachment_8282" align="aligncenter" w... Read more

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  • Top 50 Movies of 90s by Time Out Magzine

    Posted on September 23rd, 2016 David Brooks | No comments

    Tweet A wonderful movie would be popular all times. The “Gone with The Wind (1939)” could be a quite powerful example. Most movie fans would have their own favorite movies collected on their computer. Recently, Time Out released a list of “Top 50 Movies of 90s”, which contains almost all styles of movies and shows no clear clue on its standard. “The Shawshank Redemption” was rated as the No.9, with “Groundhog Day” being the No.5 and “Three Colors Trilogy” being No.2. But you ... Read more

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  • How to Return or Exchange Your Faulty Samsung Galaxy Note 7?

    Posted on September 19th, 2016 Yuson Zou | No comments

    Tweet Due to battery issue, Samsung has officially recalled its Galaxy Note 7 globally starting September. According to Samsung, 35 separate incidents have resulted in a Note 7′s battery catching fire. Sales have stopped, and all devices already sold will be replaced by the company. If you have got a faulty Note 7 and have no idea on how to return or exchange the phone, you can check out the post as it lists different instructions for each carrier. Go through Samsung: Samsung will give Not... Read more

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  • The First Weekend’s Sales of iPhone 7 Roughly in Line with iPhone 6S

    Posted on September 19th, 2016 Echo Brown | No comments

    Tweet According to early analytics data, the first weekend of iPhone 7 sales seems to have been on track with past iPhone launches, especially for iPhone 6s released in Sept. 2015. The iPhone 7 achieved 1 percent adoption in Localytics tracking of iPhones, with the 7 Plus accounting for another 0.2 percent. That’s roughly equivalent to what the iPhone 6s line achieved in Sept. 2015, the only difference being greater adoption of the 6s Plus at 0.3 percent. The iPhone 6 managed 2 percent in ... Read more

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  • 10 New Features of iOS 10 Worth the Upgrade

    Posted on September 12th, 2016 Yuson Zou | No comments

    Tweet Apple released iOS 10 on September 7, 2016, together with the latest iPhone (iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus), and Apple Watch 2. Many iOS users have no idea whether or not to upgrade their devices to iOS 10. Actually, iOS is packed with useful features that will give your iPhone or iPad a much-needed refresh. Here is a look at 10 new features of iOS 10. #1: Raise to wake The first thing you’ll notice when you pick up your phone is that the lock screen turns on without your even touching... Read more

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  • Sony Launches FDR-X3000 and HDR-AS300 Action Cameras on Sept. 12

    Posted on September 12th, 2016 Echo Brown | No comments

    Tweet In order to expand its product portfolio, Sony today announced two new live action cameras: FDR-X3000 and HDR-AS300, which both offer advanced image stabilisation. They are priced starting at $400 and $300. The big difference between the two cameras is that the Sony FDR-X3000 supports 4K UHD video, while the Sony HDR-AS300 only supports full-HD recording. Sony highlights the big talking point of the new action cameras to be the image stabilisation feature called Balanced Optical SteadyShot... Read more

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  • Smasung Offcially Recall Galaxy Note 7 Due to Battery Issues

    Posted on September 7th, 2016 Echo Brown | 1 comment

    Tweet Samsung launched and released the Galaxy Note 7 in August this year. Just like its predecessors, the Galaxy Note 7 was highly anticipated in the smartphone space. However, 35 customers have reported that the battery of the new Samsung phablet has exploded or caught fire while charging. According to Samsung, it has received 30-40 reports of Note 7 devices catching fire while charging. Out of the millions that were sold, that’s not very many phones. The odds of the phone actually catching ... Read more

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