We saw Blackberry’s market share decline in the past years. With Android and iOS’ dominance of the smartphone market, the company had a tough time staying relevant. In hopes of a resurgence, Blackberry combined their class-leading security know-how with Android and announced the Blackberry PRIV. The smartphone runs on Android Lollipop and comes with a physical sliding keyboard, an AMOLED display, and the company’s renowned security and privacy features. This may be the company’s best device yet.
Earlier in the year, Lenovo launched the Dolby Atmos equipped A7000. The Taiwanese tech giant decided to upgrade the device and added a better display, a slightly faster processor, and double the storage. Without changing the look, the aptly named Lenovo A7000 Plus is a surprising sub PHP 8k smartphone with a lot to offer.
It looks like Android KitKat is slowly but surely making its way into more handsets. Google recently released the Android distribution report for the month of November 2014, and it shows KitKat is on one of every three devices (33.9%). KitKat devices has increased from October’s 30.2% to 33.9% in November. While Jellybean still … [Read more…]
Google recently released their Messenger app for SMS in Google Play. It’s the same one found on Android 5.0 Lollipop devices. The new app features Google’s Material Design, and a much a simpler look, feel and use. When you open the app for the first time, Google’s Messenger will give you an option to … [Read more…]
I found out about Bose’s SoundTouch WiFi system when I attended their launch event a few months ago. I was already impressed with the SoundTouch 20 back then, so imagine my excitement when I was sent a review unit to play with. Key Specs: Built-in Wi-Fi OLED display Wireless network compatibility: 802.11 b/g Supported audio … [Read more…]