04/08/2017 12:00:00
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Doro Liberto 820 - Small Size - Big Heart

Doro isn't your typical smartphone company. Instead of following everyone else, they decided to focus on a niche market within the smartphone industry consisting of elderly people and those in need of better accessibility features. Such phones might sound trivial, but to those who really need them they represent a window into the world of technology that would otherwise be inaccessible. On review today is Doro Liberto 820 sporting the company’s well-known assistance button and numerous other accessibility features. Let’s dive in and see what awaits!read more...

01/08/2017 13:44:35
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Doro 8030 – Smartphones Made Easy

One thing we all share is our unconditional love for smartphones. What’s peculiar about smartphones is that they are universally accepted by all generations which cannot be said for a lot of gadgets on the market. Naturally, the age group that has the most difficult time catching up with technology are the seniors. Technology moves at such a blistering rate that sometimes even we find it difficult to adjust to new products. In order to make technology just a little bit more accessible to the seniors, Doro created a new smartphone with heavy focus on more...

19/05/2017 15:35:42
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Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) - Maximum Enjoyment

Samsung’s latest Galaxy A series is trying really hard to bridge the gap between premium phones and the mid-range segment in terms of visual identity. With last year’s models, the company moved upmarket by a healthy margin, bringing a dose of exclusivity to the mid-range segment. This year things are taken even further by implementing features such as IP68 waterproofing and using Samsung’s proprietary chipset instead of Qualcomm’s usual more...

09/05/2017 10:15:08
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Alcatel Pixi 3 (3.5) - Do Anything

Today's fast paced social environment is much different than the one we remember 15 years ago. Technology has changed the way we interact with our world and the people that surround us. Fifteen years ago, having a regular mobile phone was enough to get around because we were using computers to do our web browsing and enjoy other online activities. Social networks were in their infancy and there wasn't really any pressure to get online. Fast forward to today and we have a completely different picture. People are literally gasping for air when their internet connection goes down. Seeing that new technology can get fairly expensive, we decided to review a simple Android phone from Alcatel that doesn't cost much more than a feature more...

28/04/2017 11:55:10
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Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) - Elegance In Its Purest Form

Brilliant phones don’t have to cost a fortune, and that’s exactly what Samsung set out to prove with their latest Galaxy A5. Dating back to 2015, Samsung’s Galaxy A series is the company’s mid-range offering with three different models; A3 and A5. While all phones in the series enjoy success, A5 is a natural choice for anyone balancing price and phone size. Having a bigger screen makes everything easier, however we are aware that it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. This year’s Galaxy A5 brings a slew of improvements, inching the series ever closer to more...

24/04/2017 14:51:48
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Samsung Galaxy S8 - A World Without Limits

Over the past couple of months, there certainly wasn't a shortage of rumours surrounding Samsung's latest flagship. Everyone was guessing as to what the company will do next. Now that Galaxy S8 has finally been showcased, we can eliminate any guesswork and dive straight into more...

17/02/2017 15:11:42
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Google Fit - Step up your fitness

One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions has to be related to fitness. Most people want to be in shape, but getting on board is incredibly difficult. Additionally, maintaining a healthy lifestyle nowadays is incredibly difficult thanks to fast food and uncomfortable office more...

18/11/2016 15:40:14
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Sony Xperia - E5 Zero Compromise

Entry-level smartphone market is ruthlessly competitive placing monumental pressure on Sony’s latest budget device, the Xperia E5. Sony was always a premium brand and their focus is to deliver a premium experience no matter how small the budget is. Despite being the cheapest smartphone in Sony’s line-up, Xperia E5 seems more attractive than ever featuring better hardware, classier design, and a 13-megapixel camera. Can it shrug off the tough competition? Let’s find out!read more...

04/11/2016 15:58:11
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LG X Screen - Constant Convenience

Like all gadget enthusiasts, we share the passion for innovation and features that make our lives just a bit more convenient. Naturally, the flagship segment was the place for cultivating innovation simply because top-end consumers are less price sensitive and developing new technology doesn’t come cheap. As time goes by, we are beginning to see mid-range smartphones showcase innovative features such as LG’s latest X Screen. Determined to make their smartphone more user-friendly, LG took an unconventional approach of installing a secondary screen right above the main screen. Measuring in at only 1.7-inches, the smaller display delivers notifications and shortcuts in a truly unique way. Let’s take a closer more...

28/10/2016 13:15:08
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Sony Xperia XA Ultra - Raise Your Selfie Game

Gaining incredible popularity over a very short time-span, selfies created what can only be described as a microculture. Social networks and similar websites amassed an unprecedented number of users thanks to our desire to photograph every single event and object in our lives. Even special accessories such as the selfie stick were invented to aid our cause. It’s no surprise than to see smartphone companies shift focus towards better photography, especially using the front camera sensor. Sony’s latest Xperia XA Ultra explores uncharted territory using a 16-megapixel front camera and 6-inch more...

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