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13
Jan

Top 5 Trendsetting Smartphone Features Popularized By Apple

Apple, of course, needs no introduction. It is arguably the largest smartphone manufacturer we have right now. So far, they have succeeded in pioneering quite a number of trendsetting features that other brands (and the whole smartphone industry at large) have adopted. And this is so because Apple (being a billion-dollar company) is a company that spends big on Research

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6
Jan

Windows 7 End of Life Jan 2020: Here’s What You Should Do

For those still using the much loved Windows 7, it will receive its last security update on January 14th, 2020 after which it will officially retire. Microsoft said that with the Windows 7 end of life, users should not expect any kind of support for the OS after the deadline. This means that Windows 7 devices will be more likely to be affected

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22
Nov

eMMC or UFS: Understanding new generation of mobile phone storage

eMMC or UFS: Understanding new generation of mobile phone storage If there is anything these past two decades have taught us about technological advancement, it is that there is always a demand for more. This creates a need to create better products to keep up with these demands. There were times when you could not even imagine a smartphone without

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9
Aug

The tech behind the Fast Charging cables

Because we use our smartphones a lot these days, it is quite important that they have huge battery capacity and more important that they charge faster. Thanks to Quick Charge technology and all other forms of proprietary fast charging technologies from several OEMs, few minutes of charge can provide enough battery juice sufficient for hours of smartphone usage. If you are looking to

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7
Aug

Does cable length affect charging speed?

As humans, we are naturally impatient. We are programmed to want to the nicest, biggest, and best of things/results in the shortest time possible. And that isn’t exactly a bad thing. We exhibit the same impatience towards with our smartphones and gadgets too, particularly when we’re charging them. We want them to get our battery filled up to 100% as

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7
Aug

Huawei’s EMUI 10 set to drop this week

Huawei recently announced that it ill hold the Huawei Developers Conference from August 9th to August 11th. According to the company, the Huawei EMUI 10 will be officially unveiled at this conference. According to an official poster, this system will arrive on the first day of the conference which is August 9th. Huawei EMUI official said that the development of

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5
Apr

Why You Should Safely Eject USB Drives from your Computer

We’ve all done it: pulled out a storage drive from a computer without safely ejecting it. And while everything worked fine and nothing (bad) happened to the drive you didn’t safely eject, you probably shouldn’t do it again, even if your PC doesn’t prompt you to safely eject the drive. Before now, chances are you’ve heard it countless times that

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21
Mar

Buds for your ears: Airpod or Galaxy Buds

Apple definitely brought the in-ear thing mainstream and while it seemed awkward at first, it eventually grew on most people. It stood for portability, style and even quality with some nice sounds coming out of it. Capable of connecting seamlessly with your device, reduce or decides if noise permeates through the earbud or not, receiving calls, control and more. These

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21
Mar

Airtel Uganda asks for more spectrum to drive 4G penetration

Airtel wants to push the recently announced countrywide 4G availability a notch higher. The top executives at Airtel had a meeting with the President of the Republic of Uganda Yoweri Museveni and requested the him to support their quest for additional spectrum. The smartphone network is particularly considering to get more spectrum in the 800/900 MHz region. The telecom claims that this

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21
Mar

Here’s how much it costs to replace a broken Galaxy S10 Screen (P.S: It’s crazy expensive)

The Galaxy S10 line of flagship smartphones from Samsung Mobile was released weeks ago and the world can’t seem to have enough of it yet. As expected, the flagships overtook the Galaxy S9 line and Galaxy Note 9 as the most expensive Samsung smartphone in the world — thanks to standout features like punch-hole selfie camera cutout within the display, Snapdragon 855 SoC, triple rear camera setup

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