By admin|July 23rd, 2015|The BlackBerry Leap is a block of solid, chunky plastic with a big screen. It looks undeniably professional, but that screen — nestled behind the all-glass front — wants to be fun. Not work. That is the inescapable reality of BlackBerry’s newest, all-touch, mid-level smartphone: it’s caught between two worlds.
By admin|July 21st, 2015|Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android have a lock on the two top spots in mobile operating systems, and their dominance isn’t going to fade. However, cementing third place would be a significant victory for a second-level mobile operating system (OS) vendor. Big companies such as Microsoft and BlackBerry are competing. So are small players, such as Firefox and Jolla.
By admin|July 21st, 2015|Google and Blackberry teamed up to bring a more secure and friendly version of Android operating system for business users. Here is a detail on Enterprise Android OS Version.
By admin|July 7th, 2015|TaiG has just rolled out its latest jailbreak tool (v2.2.0) for iOS 8.4, close on the heels of Apple releasing its latest iteration of iOS software, the iOS 8.4. Meanwhile, the internet is abuzz with news of the PP jailbreak developer team releasing yet another jailbreak for iOS 8.4, based on TaiG's jailbreak code.
By admin|July 7th, 2015|The logon screen of Windows 8.1 has all the features, what you need to have to sign in to your PC, including one which lets you switch from one user account to another user account.
By admin|July 6th, 2015|BlackBerry is heavily-rumoured to be working on its first smartphone running Android and this could be our first look at the finished article.
By admin|July 6th, 2015|Earlier this week, after a lengthy stint in beta, Apple released its iOS 8.4 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. We’ve spent some quality time with the iPhone 5 iOS 8.4 update and today we want to take a look at how the update is holding up on the aging flagship. This is our iPhone 5 iOS 8.4 review.
By admin|July 4th, 2015|After quietly launching in February, social video platform Beet received a new update on iOS, allowing users to film short moments of their everyday lives and share them with others (like Vine, but with a focus on greater spontaneity).