Main Image Samsung Galaxy Alpha: Is it the next iPhone 6 killer?

August 11, 2014 by Omar Sohail

Apple's current flagship phone, the 5s is not something to be trifled with. It might comprise of only a dual core processor, 1 GB of RAM and a mediocre battery but all those specs put together in an optimized iOS operating system would spell disaster for powerful smartphones such as the Galaxy Note 3. Though the iPhone 5s is still beaten by the Galaxy S5 in majority of basic and advanced benchmarking tests, you have to keep reminding yourself that the iPhone 5s is a generation older than the Galaxy S5.

Main Image Android L: Features that will make you go bonkers

August 6, 2014 by Omar Sohail

After Google released Android updates for the KitKat operating system (4.4.3 and 4.4.4) in quick succession, the tech giant made its prowess known in the technological age thanks to the unveiling of its latest mobile operating system; known as Android L. Android L was previewed at Google’s I/O earlier in July and will be released to consumers later this year.

Main Image Project Ara: How Google's modular smartphone will change the mobile industry

August 6, 2014 by Omar Sohail

Delivering blazing fast broadband to a whole country and enveloping the entire planet with satellites to transmit Wi-Fi signals are few of the several projects that Google plans to deliver in the foreseeable future. Even though delivering high speed internet to areas with limited or no access to internet will be ‘a dream come true’ for those regions, it is Project Ara that will completely revolutionize the smartphone industry.

Main Image Xiaomi’s Mi 4: OnePlus One’s latest competitor?

August 5, 2014 by Omar Sohail

The expensive flagship smartphones are going to have their work cut out for them by a huge scale; thanks to the influx of disruptive mobile gadgets, which possess powerful specifications in a killer price tag. The first device that had a price tag stamped at literally half the amount that flagships such as the Galaxy S5 and the One M8 which was currently shipped with (without contract of course) was the OnePlus One.

Main Image 5 Main Do’s and Dont’s while Staying in Nigeria

July 26, 2014 by Soha Naveed

When one talks about the attractions worth visiting in Africa, Nigeria is hands down, the winner of the answer that brags all the rights to be the best destination. Nigeria is the 14th largest country in Africa as it covers 923,768 kilometres of land. Nigeria offers its natives and tourists a lot of activities to spend their times with. The country supports a wide variety of beaches which keeps the country and its water sports active throughout the vacations in Nigeria.

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