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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Aplha to launch on 24th and 30th October in Pakistan

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Aplha to launch on 24th and 30th October in Pakistan

Good news for all those waiting in Pakistan for the launch of Samsung’s next big flag ship device, The Galaxy Note 4. According to Samsung Pakistan, the Galaxy Note 4 will be available across Pakistan from today, 24th October 2014.  The Galaxy Note 4 comes with a 5.7” QHD Super AMOLED Display, a 16 MPCamera,  3GB RAM, an aluminum body and lots more. The device will be available for the price of Rs. 85,000 with Samsung’s...

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Android 5.0 Lollipop – A Sweet New Take on Android

Android 5.0 Lollipop – A Sweet New Take on Android

Google has finally made it official, the much awaited “Android L” is…*drum rolls please*… Android 5.0 Lollipop. Not only that but Google also announced the Nexus 6 made by Motorola, Nexus 9 made by HTC and Asus’s Nexus Player. We had received a glimpse of the new operating the system at Google I/O earlier this year and couldn’t wait for it to get officially released. Now that it is finally here, lets get...

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Zong 4G a step in the right direction says, Pakistan’s Minister of IT and Telecommunication, Ms. Anusha Rahman

Zong 4G a step in the right direction says, Pakistan’s Minister of IT and Telecommunication, Ms. Anusha Rahman

Countries like Pakistan have slowly started to implement 3G and 4G services.  Chinese based telecom Zong are one of the two companies, other being Warid Telecom who have started 4G services in Pakistan. This is a great step in the right direction for Pakistan, as smartphones have now become an integral part of our daily lives. The smartphones need proper services to be used at their full potential. Zong had held an event in Islamabad,...

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First Android One Smart Phones by Micromax, Karbonn and Spice Mobile

First Android One Smart Phones by Micromax, Karbonn and Spice Mobile

Google’s affordable smart phone initiative called Android One has been the talk of  the town lately. Partnering with major OEM’s such as HTC, ASUS, Acer, Panasonic and Lenovo to bring affordable smartphones to developing countries. Indian OEM’s such as Micromax, Spice and Karbonn have also joined the cause and have already come up with the first Android One Devices.  Now lets have a quick look at the first three Android...

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Google Android One – Affordable Smartphones for the Masses

Google Android One – Affordable Smartphones for the Masses

  Google’s Android One initiative is aimed specifically at developing markets. Low budget phones are available in abundance but they do not give the user the same fluid android experience their expensive counter parts tend to deliver. This is mostly due to the fact, the OEM’s put their own skins on the device which takes up the major chunk of internal memory available. This leads to lag and low performance of the devices. ...

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Chrome for Android gets a Material Design Over Haul

Chrome for Android gets a Material Design Over Haul

The stable release of Chrome for Android got updated to version 37 today. The update is quite major, considering the whole look of the app has changed to more on the lines of the Material Design coming with Android L. The app looks more cleaner and performance has improved quite a bit, you can tell when you scroll through multiple web pages. Google have also changed the incognito mode, making its layout black compared to the normal white...

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