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Math Problems? There is an app for that

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Can't solve a math equation? I have 3 answers for you. One, you can call your math geek friend and let him/her help you. Two, type the equation at Wolfram|Alpha and it will give you different forms of answers. And three, use PhotoMath app, the smart camera calculator. To solve a math equation using option three, just follow these easy steps:

Math Problems? There is an app for that

1. Hold your phone and place the equation inside the red frame.
2. Boom! The solution should appear below the frame.
3. You can adjust the view by swiping your finger in all directions. Keep only the part of equation you want to solve.

Based on my brief testing, the app can solve simple math equations quickly. It is not perfect and probably won't solve complex equations. But considering the idea behind the app, the potential of it really excites me. It could be a start of something bigger.

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FingerSecurity: An app locker that use biometrics security to lock any app

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Biometrics security is now a common feature with most of the flagship smartphones today. It is more secure and convenient than entering PIN code. You don't need to remember complicated passwords and change them frequently to ensure no one can figure it out. If your keeping sensitive data on your phone, you might have tried using app locker programs. The problem with most of app locker today including my favorite AppLock is that they don't support fingerprint scanner yet.

Thanks to Rick Clephas, his app can do what other app locker can't, FingerSecurity allows user to use the built-in fingerprint scanner of devices such as Galaxy S5 and Note 4 to replace complicated passwords and PIN codes to secure apps that are sensitive for you. It uses all your registered fingerprints which you can manage from Settings > Finger Scanner.


Follow these 3 easy steps to secure any app with your fingerprint.
1. Make sure that your fingerprint is now registered with your handset's fingerprint manager.


2. Download and install FingerSecurity from Google Playstore.

3. From the App List, scroll down to any app and tap it to lock the app.

 


There you have it. If you know similar apps like FingerSecurity, please post it in our comments section.

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Google Now + GMail = Google Inbox

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Google Now + GMail = Google Inbox

Since GMail users have ample of email storage, deleting email or cleaning inbox is rare nowadays. The downside of it is that your mailbox gets too crowded which makes searching for specific emails an overwhelming task. Good thing that Google wants to solve such problem. And they probably did it already by introducing Google Inbox. It is not a replacement of GMail but rather serves as an auxiliary app for GMail. Here is quick video preview of Inbox.



Take note that as of this writing, Google Inbox is invitation only.  You can request an invite by emailing inbox@google.com.

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Microsoft's Next Lock Screen for Android

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Microsoft's Next Lock Screen for Android

Do you know that Microsoft is also developing apps for competing platform? Probably not but it is true. Microsoft Garage, a division of the company that allows their employees to work on any project they wish (yes similar to Google Labs) created a lock screen replacement for Android called Next Lock Screen. The app brings the concept of getting things done right on the handset's lock screen. All notifications such as missed calls, received texts, and appointments are shown as list on the lockscreen and you can swipe each notice to take action on it. In short, it was designed for busy people. Here are the features of Next Lock Screen:
  • Calendar. Shows upcoming appointments for the day.
  • One swipe to dial. Enables you to quickly call back missed call.
  • Quick app launch. Shows you the most commonly used apps based on your location.
  • Dynamic background. It changes the lock screen wallpaper depending on your location.
The following video shows more about this lock screen replacement from Microsoft.

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Security Key, a new way to secure your Google account

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Today, Google is beefing up their security protocol with another method called Security Key. It is similar to a typical 2-step verification method but instead of manually typing a code that is sent via SMS, you'll have to use a compatible USB device to complete the verification process. When you sign-in to your Google Account using a Chrome browser, just insert the Security Key USB device to your computer's USB port when prompted to finish the login as shown on the picture below.

Security Key, Google added a new way to secure your account

The security key uses Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) protocol from Fido Alliance. Other developers can also use the same protocol for their own login system for Chrome browser. The Security Key has no cost but you need to buy a compatible USB device directly from a U2F accredited vendor.  To know more about this new way to secure your Google account, read here.

Source: Google

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Guide for switching from iOS to Android

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Are you already decided to ditch your iPhone over an Android phone? Good for you because Google is making sure that your transition to Android will be smooth and sound. The search giant just updated their online user guide for switching from iOS to Android. The guide is grouped into four categories:
  • Bring your photos & music - transfer media file using the Google+ app.

  • Transfer your contacts - you can copy contacts either by using Gmail or iCloud account. 

  • Setup email & messaging - Android has its own and similar email app for Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and Outlook. For iCloud email, you may use any email app that supports IMAP, POP3 and Exchange accounts.
  • Find your favorite apps - More often than not you will find the counterpart app of iOS app from Google Play's 1.3 Million collection of apps.



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Apple iOS 8.1 will be available Today

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Many Apple users, expect iOS 8.1 update to be the answer of all the problems that iOS 8.0.1 and 8.0.2 brought to iPhone couple of weeks ago. But iOS 8.1 is more than a permanent fix, it also brings some features that makes iOS 8.1 worth upgrading to.

iPhone 6 Apple Pay


Apple Pay
The newest iOS 8 update will include Apple Pay, the tech giant's mobile payment service that enables iPhone 6 users to use their phone's NFC and Touch ID to pay for goods and services.


iOS 8 Continuity


Continuity
Together with OS X Yosemite, Apple users can accept and make calls on Mac whenever iPhone is out of reach. Beside iMessage, users can now also send and receive SMS and MMS messages from all iOS devices. Continuity also features Handsoff, which gives you the power to pickup what you left off. For example, you can use Map on your iOS device and continue using it with your Mac.

iCloud Photo Library


iCloud Photo Library
This Library allows users to save pictures and videos to their iCloud account. Only smaller versions of your photos are stored on your iOS device to save storage space. Ofcourse the iCloud Photo Library will be accessible on all of your iOS devices if you have more than one.

Camera Roll
Do you miss the camera roll folder on your iOS Photos? With iOS 8.1, the said feature will make a comeback.


Looking forward for iOS 8.1 update? Stay tuned for more updates today.

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Chat in different languages using this Multilingual Chat Google Sheets

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How do you chat with a person from a country that doesn't speak english? -- Did you say Google Translate? Yes of course you can do that however it would be tedious searching for the phrase and pasting it on your chat client. Here is a more simple way.

1. Just create a copy of this multilingual Google sheet by heading to File > Make a copy menu.

create a copy of this multilingual Google sheet


2. Click the share button to share it to another person. Make sure choose "Can Edit" as permission.

Click the share button to share it to another person


3. Put your name and your chat mate's name at cell C4 and G4 respectively.
4. Select your native languages in cell C5 and C6.
5. Start the conversation by typing anything in the yellow cell.
6. Translated sentence will show up on the next cell.

Chat in different languages using this Multilingual Chat Google Sheets




Although the translation is not entirely accurate at all times, it is actually pretty good when I tested it with Tagalog (Filipino native language) to English translation.

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MasterCard will bring fingerprint sensor on your credit cards

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The arrival of Fingerprint scanner on smartphones opened a new era of phone security. It is not just easier, it is also more secure than inputting key-code or drawing a pattern. MasterCard want the same technology on their credit or debit cards to make the contactless payment secure. Fingerprint sensor can eliminate the possibility that someone may steal your card and just use it. The Zwipe MasterCard payment card is the first fingerprint authenticated contactless payment card. The card is integrated with a biometric sensor.



To use the card, owner simply have to place their thumb on the fingerprint sensor when they doing a contactless payment transaction. If the fingerprint is not registered as authorized owner, the purchase won't be processed. Where do it get its power? Does it have a battery? - actually it doesn't need charging because it will be harvesting energy from the payment terminal whenever owner use it.

The new version of this high-tech card will be released by Zwipe for MasterCard in 2015.


Source: Zwipe

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iPhone 6 Unboxing

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iPhone 6 Unboxing

I got my iPhone 6 a week ago then and I thought about shooting a unboxing video of it. Sorry for the blurry parts of the video,  I'll try to improve my recording next time. The box of the new iPhone doesn't have a picture of the hand itself. Instead it features a somewhat silhouette of the iDevice inside the box. The package the comes with the iPhone are the basic stuffs such as wall charger, lightning cable, warranty card and etc.



Apple started selling the new iPhone in the US last September 19. However, in the Philippines, there are no official release yet but you can already buy the iPhone through various online stores with no contract for around Php38,000 to Php42,000 (16GB variant).

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Video Tour of Android 5.0 aka "Lollipop"

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Video Tour of Android 5.0 aka "Lollipop"

Google has already released the Android Lollipop to Nexus 5 and Nexus 7, and fine folks from DroidLife tested the newest Android version using Nexus 5. They posted the following video tour in YouTube. Watch it to appreciate new features that Lollipop has to offer.



Source: DroidLife

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Nexus 9: A Worthy Choice Over iPad Mini 3 and iPad Air 2

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Nexus 9: A Worthy Choice Over iPad Mini 3 and iPad Air 2

Earlier Apple unveiled the new iPad lineup: the iPad Mini 3 and iPad Air 2. But before the said Apple special event, another tablet has been announced that can go toe-to-toe with the much favored iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3, and it is not made by Apple. That tablet is called Google Nexus 9 and it is made by HTC. With its size of 8.9" and resolution of 2048x1536 (281ppi), Nexus 9 sits right in between 7.9" iPad Air 2 and 9.7" iPad Mini 3. Here is a quick comparison of between the three tablets:

Display
Nexus 9 has 8.9" display with 2048x1536 (326ppi) resolution.
iPad Air 2 has 9.7" display with 2048x1536 (264ppi) resolution.
iPad Mini 3 has 7.9" display with 2048x1536 (326ppi) resolution.

RAM
Nexus 9 has 2GB RAM while the new iPads both have 1GB RAM.

Storage
Nexus 9 is available in 16GB and 32GB. On the other hand, both new iPad models will be available in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB variants.

Camera
Nexus 9 and iPad Air 2 have the same 8MP, f/2.4 rear camera while iPad Mini 3 has 5MP, f/24 camera. For selfie, both iPad models have 1.2MP shooter while Nexus 9 has a better 1.6MP, f2.4 front camera.

Battery
The three tablets have almost the same capacity, Nexus 9 can last up to 9.5 hours while the new iPad models can last 10 hours.

Fingerprint Scanner
This is a bummer for Nexus 9 because HTC forgot to include this must have feature while both iPad models have fingerprint scan support.

Weight
Nexus 9 (425g) is lighter when compared to iPad Air 2 (444g) but heavier when compared to iPad Mini 3 (341g)

Still the thinness of all tablet

What to choose?

Can't decide between iPad Mini 3 and iPad Air 2? then give Nexus 9 a chance. This equally beautiful tablet deserves a place on your list of choices. Watch the official video of Nexus 9 to know more about the device.

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It is Official, Google Nexus 6 will be available for pre-order starting late October

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You may now stop wondering what would Nexus 6 be like, because that mystery has just been revealed. Most of the rumors we gathered about this 6" phablet are correct. Here is the complete specs of this beautiful Moto X's doppelgänger.

  • 5.96" 2560x1440 QHD AMOLED Display (493 ppi).
  • Quad core Krait 450 CPU 2.7GHz
  • Internal Storage of 32GB or 64GB.
  • 13MP rear shooter that supports 4K video capture at 30fps.
  • 2MP selfie camera with HD Video support.
  • Huge battery of 3220mAh. Similar to Galaxy Note 4.
  • It weighs 184g and with dimension of 82.98mm x 159.26mm x 10.06mm.


Nexus 6 will have the bragging rights to be the first device to run the official Android Lollipop. The phablet will be available in two colors: Cloud White and Midnight Blue. As the logo at the back suggest, Nexus 6 is made by Motorola. You can pre-order Nexus 6 starting October 29th and expect it to be on sale in November. Without a contract, Nexus 6 could cost $649, which makes it the most expensive Nexus device yet.



Source: Google

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The "L" in Google Android is for Lollipop

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Mystery no more. Google has finally revealed what Android L stands for. The next major version of Android 5.0 is called Lollipop. Google tried teasing the OS with video suggesting names other than "Lollipop". Android Lollipop will make its debut on much anticipated Nexus 6 (by Motorola), Nexus 9 (by HTC), and Nexus Player (media-streaming box). Aside from these new devices, Lollipop will also be coming to Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Moto X, Moto G, Moto E and Droid handsets. Here is a video for "Android: Be Together. Not the same" campaign posted in Google blog.



The SDK (software development kit) for Android 5.0 will be released to developers on October 17th.

Source: Google

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These Freebies Are Yours When You Buy A Note 4

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When you get a Samsung flagship phone at any official Samsung store, more often, it comes with a free flip case or screen protector. That's about $15 savings. You can have more than that when you buy the new Galaxy Note 4, because you'll also receive free Galaxy gifts. These gifts are free premium subscriptions to popular apps like DropBox, Pocket, Kindle, Audible and more. To check out the complete list of free gifts you can have, head over to Galaxy Gifts Page.
These Freebies Are Yours When You Buy A Note 4


These Gifts are group in 4 categories which are the following:
  • Productivity
  • Entertainment
  • News & Reading
  • Lifestyle and others. 
Remember, if you live in the Philippines, you can wait for the official availability of Galaxy Note 4 on October 25th or buy it now through online stores like Kimstore and DBGadgets. In US, Galaxy Note 4 will go on sale on October 17th.

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What does "L" in Android L stand for? Hints are on this video

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Can you already guess what does Android L stands for? If you have no idea then probably the following video can give you one.

Google gave these possible names for Android L.
  • Lemon Meringue Pie
  • Lava Cake
  • Lady Finger
  • Lemon Drop
  • Oreo (seriously?)


This video was released following the Google campaign ad for Nexus 6.

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Nexus 6 spotted in the new Android Ad Campaign

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Nexus 6 spotted in the new Android Ad Campaign

Excited with the upcoming Nexus 6 and Android L? Here is another clue that these new Google offerings will be announced soon. A new android ad commercial "Bus Stop" showing an android device which appears to be the Nexus 6 (jump to 0:18 to see the device). The device features the similar shape of rumored Shamu and Android L navigation buttons.



The ad campaign contains a message that says "all kinds of phones for all kinds of folks" and "be together. not the same".

Follow me on Twitter to stay up-to-date with Nexus 6.

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Samsung Released The First Firmware Update for Galaxy Note 4

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Although Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 has not yet been launched worldwide, many were able to buy the Korean version when it was launched last September 26 in South Korea. So if you are one of the lucky ones that already owns this phablet, expect the update to come on your handset. The firmware update (XXU1ANJ4) includes stability improvements that was reported to significantly extend the Note 4's battery life. The update size is only 36MB and should require only a little time to download on a decent internet connection.  To check it for yourself, head to Settings > About Phone > Software Update menu.


If you're in the Philippines, Galaxy Note 4 will be officially available in Samsung Mobile Stores on October 25th. However, many online stores such as Kimstore and DBGadgets were already selling Galaxy Note 4 since September.

Have you tried the update already? Hit the comment section.

Source: SamMobile

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Video: Android L on a Moto G (1st Gen) Phone

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Video: Android L on a Moto G Phone

Two weeks ago, I featured a video that shows the newest version of Android running on a high-end Samsung Galaxy S5. Maybe some of you are wondering how will Android L run on a mid range phone such as the Moto G 1st Gen. The following video by a mexican developer shows just that. The 6-minute video demonstrates the Android L running on a 2-year old hardware.



Will you upgrade to Android L when it comes out? Leave your comments.

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AQUOS Crystal: All Screen Smartphone From Sharp

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AQUOS Crystal: All Screen Smartphone From Sharp

One feature I like the most with LG G3 is its bezel-less 5.5-inch screen. I was expecting for other smartphone major players like Apple and Samsung to follow suit but surprisingly Sharp (a company that is making a comeback) is the first worthy challenger to compete with LG on the bezel-less phone category. Sharp's AQUOS Crystal has almost edge-less 5.0 inch screen with 1280x720 resolution and pixel density of 294ppi. The resolution is not quite impressive on paper when you match-up it with the major flagship smartphones today but you need to try it first to decide if the resolution is not enough. It weighs only 141g, a bit lighter when you compare it with LG G3 and Galaxy S5. The dimension of AQUOS Crystal is 5.16 x 2.64 x 0.39 inches.



Under the hood, it has Qualcomm Snapdragon 1.2GHz Quad-core CPU and 1.5GB RAM. Its internal storage is only 8GB but can be expanded up to 128GB through microSD card slot. When it comes to capturing moments, AQUOS Crystal went to iPhone 6 direction instead of its Android rivals. It has 8MP main camera and 1.2MP front facing camera for selfies. It can capture HD video of 1080p resolution. Sharp claims that AQUOS Crystal can last up to 13 hours of talk time with its 2040mAh battery. It runs on Android’s 4.4.2 KitKat and will be available in the US starting October 17th.

AQUOS Crystal most important feature is the edge-to-edge premium 5-inch display

WRAP-UP

On paper, the specs of AQUOS Crystal falls behind its Android rivals. But don't be quick to judge. Take a look at iPhone newest models, similar to AQUOS Crystal, their specs are not also as impressive as other flagships phone today but they surely won the heart of many consumers. I think this is what Sharp is trying to achieve with AQUOS Crystal which most important feature is the edge-to-edge premium 5-inch display. Personally, I find AQUOS Crystal as gorgeous phone and if not for the wide bottom bezel, I'll definitely say that it beats LG G3 in bezel-less phone war.


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Read SMS, Facebook messages, Tweets, Hangouts from a Unified Inbox With Snowball App

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I'm 100% sure you're using more than one messaging app on your Android phone and you are probably tired of switching from one messaging app to another. For example, you're using SMS app to send text messages, switch to Facebook Messenger to send private messages to your friends and turn to Google Hangouts to connect to your Google+ circles. Why do we have to use different apps for each type of inbox? This inconvenience is what Snowball is trying to solve. Snowball can bring together your messages from different sources and consolidate them into a single inbox. New messages are delivered on a floating icon similar to Facebook's Chat Heads. Take a moment to watch the following video to know more about Snowball app.



Snowball currently supports SMS, Google Hangouts, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Twitter, Snapchat and more. It is still in Beta version and now available in Google Play Store.

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Lenovo YOGA 3 Pro is Thin, Light, Flexible and Probably the Best Windows Laptop Today

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Lately I've been shopping for new Windows laptop to replace my 3-year old Toshiba unit. Since I'm used to the lightness and thinness of Macbook, I also want my next Windows laptop to be light and thin. The timing of Lenovo's YOGA 3 Pro announcement is perfect because I think I already found my next Windows notebook. The YOGA 3 Pro is not just thin and light, it is also sleek and flexible. There are more than one way to use it, you can put on your lap, make it stand or tent, or convert it to tablet. Thanks to watchband hinge that consist of hundreds of individual pieces of aluminum and steel.

Lenovo YOGA 3 Pro is Thin, Light, Flexible and Probably the Best Windows Laptop Today

The display of YOGA 3 Pro is a stunning 13.3" QHD+ (3200x1800) wide-view display with touchscreen. Processing power is not a problem for this machine because of Intel® Core™ M-70 processor under its hood.

The display of YOGA 3 Pro is a stunning 13.3" QHD+ (3200x1800) wide-view display with touchscreen

Because of Core M (Broadwell) processor, which requires less power compare to Core i5/i7(Haswell), YOGA 3 Pro's battery life can last up to 9 hours in one charging.  Even the sound is impressive with JBL speakers.


The YOGA 3 Pro will be running on Windows 8.1 Pro operating system. Tag price will start at $1,349 from Lenovo's web store and Best Buy at the end of October. It will be available in three colors: silver, orange, and gold. Watch the following video to know more about YOGA 3 Pro.

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Motorola DROID Turbo Has Impressive Specs That Will Leave Competition In The Dust

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If the leaked manual of rumoured DROID Turbo is authentic, then we are looking at another super phone this year. According to the manual, DROID Turbo has superior specs compare with LG G3, Galaxy S5 and iPhone 6.




The following is the summary of its specs:

  • It has 2K resolution on a 5.2-inch Display. Only LG G3 and Galaxy Note 4 have the same 2K resolution display.
  • It has the latest Snapdragon 805 chipset and Krait 450 GPU compare to 801 chips used in all its major rivals.
  • It has 3GB of RAM.
  • It has 21MP camera and 4K Ultra HD video recording.
With this another soon-to-be-released phone, Motorola is pushing further to take bigger bite of smartphone market. Moto X 2nd Gen sales is still going strong since September and Nexus 6 is heavily expected by Android community. 

Follow me on Twitter for more updates on this DROID. 



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Google Hangout is now a standalone app on Windows and Chrome OS

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I love using Google Hangout app on my smartphone and how I wish it has a standalone app for Desktop computer(run it without the browser)... Well today that wish has been granted by great folks at Google because starting Thursday, you can now use Google Hangout as standalone app on Windows and Chrome OS. The new Hangout Chrome app gives you a native app experience. You can launch it from the Start menu like other native apps and it runs on the background. It notifies you for new messages and incoming calls, just like on smartphone. Watch the following video to know more about the new Hangout chrome app.



Cool isn't it? One more wish Google, please bring this app on my Mac.

Source: Google

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Video: Galaxy Note 4 is Tough, According To This Drop Tests

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No matter how careful you are, one way or another you'll drop your phone. Believe me, been there countless time. Fortunately for consumers, it is part of smartphone manufacturers commitment to make sure that their technology is sturdy and can survive accidental drops. On the following video, the Galaxy Note 4 went through rigorous drop and tumble tests and the handset appears to hold thorough the tests.



Although indeed the video shows that Note 4 can withstand drops, I wouldn't care less if I were you. These tests are usually done under controlled conditions and environment. Dropping your precious handset in the real world might give you a different result.


Source: Android Authority

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Leaked Photos of iPad Air 2

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Waiting for iPad Air 2? Here is the newest leak of the much anticipated successor of the thinnest iPad to date. A vietnamese blog posted some pictures claiming to be the new iPad Air. If this is indeed the new iPad then we can already say that it is identical with the current iPad Air except for the following features:
  • It is almost as thin (which is reportedly measures only 7mm thick) as iPhone 6. iPhone measures 6.9mm while iPhone 6 Plus is 7.1mm thick.
  • It features a glass that is likely sapphire.
  • It has Touch ID home button.
  • It lacks the mute switch.











Apple is expected to unveil the new iPad Air 2 along with OSX Yosemite on October 16.

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Video: Hack into any iPhone Running iOS 7 and iOS 8 via Siri

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Video: Hack into any iPhone Running iOS 7 and iOS 8 via Siri

Are you using Siri? if yes then be warned that another iOS exploit was discovered and posted on YouTube. Although the penetrator can't actually bypass the lock screen and get into your apps, he/she can still tell Siri to read your messages, email or post to your Twitter account. The exploit works on all versions of iOS 7 and iOS 8.



Here is the step-by-step instructions from the video:
1. Disable Wi-Fi from the Control Center.
2. Ask Siri a question
3. Quickly eject the SIM card then put it back.
4. When you're already connected to the carrier, tap the Edit button in Siri and modify the question to ask "Read me all my messages", "Read my email", "Post to Twitter", or "Send an email".

The only way to protect your iPhone from this hack is to disable Siri on the lock screen. How inconvenient is that if you're a Siri user?

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Video: Highlight of Galaxy Note 4 S Pen Features

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Do you own a Samsung's Galaxy Note 4? or plan to buy one? Here is a video that can teach you about the capabilities of its S Pen or help you decide if you should push through in buying Galaxy Note 4. The video highlights the following S Pen features:
  • The Smart Select - captures multiple contents (images and text) for saving or sharing. It can also detect related apps such as Maps to locate address related to the captured content.
  • Photo Note - convert captured photo to editable text. 



The Galaxy Note 4 is now available in South Korea and China since October 17. It directly competes with Apple iPhone 6 Plus.

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