smartphone

Can a tablet replace a computer?

Mar
19

I have been thinking about replacing my notebook with a tablet for some time, and finally decided to give it a try. Before I chose a tablet to replace my notebook, I thought about the things I do with my computer. I browse web, send and receive emails, manage my websites, watch movies and YouTube videos, and work on the Office Suite. I also spend a lot of time on Linux servers and remote Windows machines so an ability to connect via VNC and RDP is a must feature. All those things I've identified can be done on a tablet, so it may actually work.

How to root your Android OS?

Jun
07

What is Android?

Free VoIP smartphone apps comparison (KakaoTalk vs. Talkatone vs. Skype)

Jun
07

There are many Android Apps allowing to convert your Smartphone or smart devices into an internet phone, which provides various features such as video calling, shearing pictures, and texting without or inexpensive charges. All the data can be sent or received via Wi-Fi or 3G/4G. If the data transfers using 3G/4G networks, there is a fee for the data usage depending on your service plan with your phone service providers.

We selected three popular Internet Phone (mVOIP) Apps – KakaoTlak, Talkatone, and Skype, and reviewed from this article.

 

Free GPS Navigation for Android - Google Maps

Jun
07

Looking for a FREE GPS navigation "smartphone app" for Android and iPhone? Google introduced a free, turn-by-turn GPS navigation application for the new Android 2.0 smart phone platform. I've personally had an opportunity to experiment Google Maps GPS navigation on a couple of occasions and found it to be very useful. Compared to commercial brands such as Garmin, Magellan and Tom Tom, Android Google Maps smartphone app matches feature-by-feature, turn-by-turn voice guide, and real-time traffic update. This is one of the must-have smartphone available for Android 2.0 and above.

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