Category : Mobile


Learning to code for mobile means getting your hands dirty

So you want to code for iOS 9. If you’re serious about it, you’ll have to be ready to dig in with both hands, to get a grip on the concepts, techniques and languages of mobile development. That’s exactly what…

No Comments / 45 View / March 26, 2016


How to decide which iPad is best for you

With the iPad lineup now verging on unwieldy, it’s harder than ever to decide which Apple tablet to buy. Which iPad is best for you? That’s going to depend on your needs, desires and budget — but your iPad buyer’s…

No Comments / 174 View / March 24, 2016


Upgrade to iOS 9.3 now to protect photos and videos from iMessage hack

hen Apple announced the update to its iOS software this week, it was probably hoping that one of its most important changes would slip through unnoticed. The iOS 9.3 software update includes a fix for a vulnerability in Apple’s iMessage – or texts –…

No Comments / 8 View / March 19, 2016


Which smartphone is the most likely to be stolen in the UK?

The iPhone is no longer the handset most coveted by phone thieves. According to new numbers, it’s the HTC M8, followed by the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, which are the smartphones most likely to be stolen in the UK, based on an estimate…

No Comments / 42 View / March 16, 2016


BT BT8500 review

The BT8500 is quite simply the phone I’ve been waiting for since February 2009. That was when I first reviewed the rather-brilliant TrueCall device, a clever little box that screened and blocked calls so you only talked to the people…

No Comments / 18 View / March 14, 2016


Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Galaxy S6

All of the flagship phones get a yearly update. While each upgrade can cause people with previous years’ models to get serious phone envy, it’s not always worth upgrading. Not every generation of handset introduces new features that you absolutely…

No Comments / 197 View / March 13, 2016


Samsung Galaxy S6 review – now with Android 6.0

The Samsung Galaxy S5 was a great phone in terms of technology, but there’s no denying it felt like just another iterative change of what had gone before rather than something a bit more revolutionary. Fortunately, I have no such qualms with…

No Comments / 7 View / March 11, 2016


Barriers To Augmented Reality Are Holding Us Back From The Holodeck

There is more money and talent invested in virtual and augmented reality than ever before. Indeed, more than $3.5 billion has been invested into virtual and augmented reality startups in the past two years. The industry is growing fast; Goldman…

No Comments / 46 View / February 27, 2016


Facebook Officially Launches Canvas Ads That Load Full-Screen Rich Media Pages In-App

Instant Articles, meet Instant Ads. Facebook wants to give advertisers an immersive way to reach people without making them leave the social network. So today it officially launched its ad Canvas for all advertisers. When users click a Facebook News Feed…

No Comments / 72 View / February 20, 2016


LG Outs Its Next Phablet, The Slender LG S

There’s less than a week to go until LG’s pre-MWC press conference, where the company is expected to lift the veil on a new flagship smartphone, the LG G5. But the South Korean mobile maker has another handset to show off…

No Comments / 8 View / February 14, 2016