The new top smartphone of the company has a promising Force-touch display (with the new 3D touch function), a more powerful processor, better cameras, and consist of very flexural strength aluminum. On devices running iOS 9 they still haven’t raised [...]
In addition to the iPhone 6s, Apple introduced the iPhone 6s Plus, the second “big phone” (must I use the term Phablet?) in Apple’s history. Here we present the most striking features of the new model: [image [...]
Android Marshmallow, the next version of the operating system for Google smartphones and tablets, has a few new features and improvements. Google has improved the language assistant Google Now, the Smartwatch Android operating system Wear and brings the [...]
Google Now users can now send their messages dictated via WhatsApp and other 3rd Party messengers. This is great news… if you speak English. Instead of taping away like a caveman (Cavemen used QWERTY right?) all you will simply need to do is say [...]
95 percent of all Android smartphones can be attacked. I wish I could start this article more positively but that is the mother of all TL;DR’s for something considered by many security experts as “the mother of all Android [...]
New exciting bells and whistles in watchOS 2 finally embrace support for native apps, third-party notifications, communications enhancements, improved health and fitness performance, new Siri capabilities, and more.
Hi. I’m ant – long time reader, first time blogger. I figure it was about time I contribute to this world of FNX. Seeing as I consider myself a veteran of the original forum and I like to remind people I have a small, very small, history with the [...]
Google has made a significant update to Google Search for Android introducing a new shopping feature which has us ready to swipe at a chance to test it out. It comes in a form within Google Search as a card that informs you about nearby stores which carry [...]