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Mobile Phones &Software Staff Writer on 09 Nov 2019

Applications that are a Must for your iPhone

The number of people who use iPhones are growing each day. With every new model of the iPhone that is released scores of people abandon their old phone for a brand-new iPhone. That is why we want to recommend a few applications that you need to have on iPhone. 

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Mobile Phones Staff Writer on 31 Aug 2019

Technology In The Developing World

The developing world has been lagging in technology for long. But, has made many technological innovations in the recent past. Some of them have a great impact on education and healthcare. Mobile technology helps sports fans get a Virgin casino bonus when they make and spend deposits within a week. They can use it to play Bubble Craze and Crown of Egypt. Here are several changes which technology has brought in developing countries.

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Hardware &Mobile Phones Staff Writer on 11 Aug 2019

The Best Budget Smartphones 2019

No cost EMI and wireless carriers such as T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T make buying an expensive smartphone cheap. But in the long run, they end up skimming smartphone users of hundreds of dollars. Whether you pay with cash upfront or in installments, it does not matter. You would want to get to play some great games on them with a Caesars casino bonus code for sure. 

So, to solve this problem we have come up with a list of affordable (yet amazing) smartphones that you are sure to love.

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Hardware &Mobile Phones &Software Wes Novack on 06 Aug 2019

Amazon Echo Auto review

Back in May, Amazon targeted me with a special pre-release offer on an Amazon Echo Auto for $25, which is supposedly half price from their target retail price of $50. I bit and grabbed one to try out.

Below is a photo of the Amazon Echo Auto, sitting on my van’s dash.

Amazon Echo Auto Device on my vans dashboard

Setting up the Amazon Echo Auto

I unboxed the Echo Auto and inside I found the device itself, a dashboard mount, a USB cable, an automobile lighter USB power port that boasts 4A output, an auxiliary cable, a small instruction book and a “Things to Try” card.

For my van, I plugged in my pre-existing auxilary cable, as this vehicle doesn’t have built in bluetooth capabilities. I turned on the power to the vehicle and then proceeded to the Amazon Alexa app on my phone, as the instructions guided.

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Hardware &Mobile Phones Staff Writer on 20 Jul 2019

Portable Tech Gadgets You’ll Want to Use Everyday

Technology has taken over the world, with every advancement we get more dependent on gadgets. Millions of portable gadgets make our life easier by simplifying tasks on the go. If you have won money on suncasino.codes, we are sure you want to buy something useful with it.

For tech geeks, finding the right gadget is a satisfying experience. And not only geeks, but people also love to encounter different and helpful tech gadgets that they can use every day. So, we have painstakingly compared various tech products for everyday use that you cannot resist!

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Entertainment &Hardware &Mobile Phones Wes Novack on 29 Dec 2018

Jabra Elite Sport review – truly wireless earbuds

I recently noticed many of my colleagues and friends sporting Apple AirPods, which they use to wirelessly deliver soundwaves into their ear canals. The proliferation of these devices prompted me to engage in my own quest to find a set of “truly wireless” earbuds that I could use with my Moto G6 Android smartphone.

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That search led me to the Jabra Elite Sport and here we are with a review! The features that called out to me are:

  • the truly wireless design
  • waterproof
  • sweat proof
  • long battery life
  • “superior sound quality for music and calls”

The “truly wireless” evolution in earbud technology is an upgrade that I welcome with open arms. For many years, the only options for wireless earbuds were bluetooth devices that you’d have to wear around your neck, with retractable wires connecting the neck band to the earbuds. For marketing purposes, these devices were advertised as “wireless”, but… they still had wires. WUT?

To differentiate the old pseudo wireless earbuds from the new generation that actually has no wires, the term ‘truly wireless’ is now commonly used.

What’s inside the box?

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Mobile Phones &Software Wes Novack on 30 Sep 2018

Project Fi: Google’s own mobile phone service

After years with Verizon Wireless as my mobile provider, I finally had to jump ship. The massive degradation of their service at my new home, combined with Verizon’s refusal to do anything about it, led me to seek out other options. I could no longer send and receive MMS (picture) messages at home. On top of that, calls would often disconnect and/or become unreliable.

Thankfully I had recently purchased a Moto G6, which supports all of the US mobile phone carriers. That’s right, my shiny new Motorola packs antennas that are capable of using voice and data service from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. That opens up a lot of choices for what network to use!

Project Fi card

But wait, isn’t this post about Project Fi? It sure is! Back in 2015, Google introduced Project Fi as a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO). The mere launching of an MVNO wasn’t anything ground-breaking though. There are many MVNO’s in the US, including Boost Mobile (running on Sprint’s network), Cricket Wireless (running on AT&T’s network) and MetroPCS (running on T-Mobile’s network). Typically, MVNO’s offer cheaper rates and lower monthly fees, compared to their “host” network operators.

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