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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

High-resolution images of Samsung Galaxy Note 3’s 5.7 inches screen got leaked online

No one could deny that Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has got quite a large amount of concern in the market. The rumors about Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone have been lasting for months, until Samsung officially confirmed the Sep. 4th release event. Just like Apple, who is always trying to keep their new product as top secret, Samsung is also hiding all the details of Galaxy Note 3 from the public. However, it would appear that secrecy has become an increasingly elusive target these days for Samsung. With IFA2013 just around the corner, leaks are becoming more and more common.
By summing all the reports, leaks and rumors, while we think we know plenty about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the looks of the device itself have been the one area where Samsung has managed to keep the lid firmly shut. There’re plenty of prototype devices, but we haven't seen the actual device just yet. Now, this has changed at least partially, several high-res images of Samsung Galaxy Note’s 5.7 inches screen display have been leaked online. These pictures are from some supply chain in China, who claimed to show us the right screen display that Samsung would assemble on its Galaxy Note 3.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

13 Best Weather Apps for Android and iOS Devices

Weather is an integral part of the day. It can affect what you wear, what you do and how you get to work in the morning. Forecasts, then, need to be accurate and easy-to-understand — if only to avoid having a Big Gulp thrown at your face. With the amount of data available, there's a lot of potential for beautiful and user-friendly apps.

We rounded up our top weather apps that combine accurate statistics with clean user interfaces. Take a look at the gallery up top. Any good ones we missed? Let us know your favorites in the comments section.


Weatherbug
Weatherbug, available for free on Android and iOS devices, is a comprehensive app with easy-to-use slide-side navigation. The app includes real-time updates and an interactive map for detecting location. It also has photos and live cameras from specific locations.

Monday, August 26, 2013

Top 4 Free AVCHD Media Players to Play AVCHD/MTS Videos on PC or Laptop

"I have a Canon HF100. I love it! However, I cannot seem to find a Windows app that will play the raw AVCHD files from the HF100's SD card. I have tried the latest nightly build of VLC but it is unstable and fails to play the video all the way through."

Jointly developed by Sony and Panasonic, AVCHD Video (Advanced Video Coding High Definition) is an effective file format for camcorders and digital cameras with HD recording capability. AVCHD Video's foremost advantages are contained in much smaller files on your hard drive and achieving Full 1920x1080 Resolution. The disadvantage is that it can be hard to find software that can playback your files. Question like “How to play back AVCHD videos on Windows” or “How to play MTS videos on Windows 7/8” are quite common online.

In this post, you could get some wonderful options to help you play back AVCHD videos on your PC or laptop for free. Totally, I would like to share 4 FREE AVCHD players with all HD movie fans. Check them below:

Friday, August 23, 2013

Top 10 RPG Games for Android Worth Playing

These days, angry poultry and putrid pigs are all but synonymous with the mobile gaming experience. Nonetheless, if you've been craving less transitory satisfaction (and have a thing for role-playing games), there's hope. The Google Play store is replete with a surprisingly diverse variety of games within the genre. While some are tender tributes to old-school sensibilities, others are a mismatch of exciting new ideas. Now, we're aware that it's tough finding something worth your money in the mess that is the Google Play store, so in the name of time optimization, we've rounded up 10 of the most interesting RPGs we could find that are worth checking out for your Android devices.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

10 cheap smartphones from companies you've actually heard of (2013 edition)

Smartphones are awesome, there's no doubt about that. They take photos, play music, run apps, and do all kinds of neat things that weren't even imaginable just a few years ago. But at the same time, they can be pretty expensive. A top-of-the-line smartphone may cost well over $600 unlocked, and many people just aren't willing or able to pay that much to own one.

Thankfully, there's the low-end spectrum of the smartphone market. There's a whole bunch of not-so-expensive devices that offer many of the core features expected from a smartphone without costing an arm and a leg. And we aren't talking about those no-name Android shipped in white boxes directly from China. There's a fair number of affordable brand-name smartphones, and in this post we've put together some of the cheapest among them. All of the smartphones listed here have been launched on the market in 2013 so they are all pretty new models running recent versions of their operating systems. Check them out in the slideshow below!

Monday, August 19, 2013

Apple iPhone 5S Image Got Leaked Again Showing Fingerprint Scanner Function

It’s been confirmed that Apple’s iPhone 5S would be officially announced on September 10th. The new smartphone would be available in different colors and have a cheaper model to meet low-end market. The specs of Apple iPhone 5S are also reported frequently online, one of which is about the Fingerprint Scanner. If you weren't already convinced that Apple's next iPhone could come with a fingerprint scanner, a newly leaked set of photos could change your mind. Images of what claims to be the internal components of Apple's iPhone 5S have appeared online, hinting that a fingerprint scanner could sit right near the home button.
Apple iPhone 5S Fingerprint Scanner

French blog Nowhereelse.fr, which has been known to leak components for unreleased Apple products in the past, has published images that show the internal components of the alleged iPhone 5S. The photo set compares Apple's next iPhone alongside the current generation iPhone, outlining the key differences between the two handsets. One pair of images depicts a redesigned metal spacer cushion near the home button that features a new cut out for additional components. This has sparked speculation that a fingerprint scanner could be placed in this area, although there's no way to know for sure until Apple makes the announcement.

Monday, August 12, 2013

How to change the keyboard click volume on the Nexus 7 (2013)

Loud Nexus 7 on-screen keyboard clicking grinding your gears? You're just one setting change away from a quieter typing experience.
New Nexus 7

One of the areas in which the new Nexus 7 improves upon the original is its audio -- the new model is equipped with loud, rear-facing stereo speakers. Compared to the first Nexus 7, they're capable of generating a great deal of volume -- and that's great when you're watching a movie or listening to music, but less so when you're typing.

Top 10 Free Android Apps You Must Have for Your Android Smartphones

Lately I have been in love with my android phone, Once I was a guy who used to see phones as silky small dumb device, but soon things changed when I first purchased my Galaxy S 4 android phone , Following are some of the apps that I use and can’t live without it.

I thought I should share this article with my readers who use android phones and see how many of you use these apps.

1. SetCPU
SetCPU is a tool for changing the CPU settings capable of overclocking and under clocking  SetCPU allows the user to exert total control over how fast, or slow, the processor runs at any given point in time. As an example, SetCPU can force the processor to sit at its lowest setting whenever the screen is turned off, but to use a range between 240MHz and 806MHz as needed while the phone is awake. For phones that have the ability to drastically overclock, SetCPU can help ensure that they don't overheat by keeping watch on the temperature, and acting accordingly. Overclocking or not, battery savings and overall performance can be greatly enhanced using this app.

Top 10 Android Customization Apps to Help Customize Your Android Smartphones

When it comes to personalizing an Android smartphone, sky's the limit as to what can be altered. The platform allows for deep customization of pretty much everything, both under the hood and on the visual side. And if you've also grown tired of the stock look and feel of your Android handset, then you've come to the right place. Here we've put together a selection of Android personalization apps – apps that can modify the way one interacts with their phone or change the way Android's UI looks. Best of all, many of them are free or have a free version that can be tested before purchasing the full app. Give them a try and tell us what you think down in the comments!

Samsung Galaxy Note III Reportedly to Feature SlideSync App and up to 3450mAh Battery Announced on Sep. 4th

According to previous reports, Samsung Galaxy Note III might be released on IFA 2013 in September. However, the latest news showed that Samsung Galaxy Note III would come into people’s eyes on September 4th. Aside the release date, the reports also leaked some other phone specs of Galaxy Note III. Upon the latest leaks, the new smartphone would come with an up to 3450mAh battery to meet the power consumption of big screen display and high-end processor. Also, as to software, Samsung Galaxy Note III is reportedly to feature SlideSync app, which lets users control the screen on their Samsung smartphone from a Samsung PC and vice versa.
Galaxy Note III
Samsung Galaxy Note III is reportedly to come with a 5.7" to 6" 1080P FHD screen display, while the international version of Galaxy Note III would feature Samsung 8-Core Exynos 5420 processor with 3GB RAM. The high-end configuration no doubt makes it amazing to watch HD movies on Galaxy Note III, play games, and others. But the power consumption is obvious huge.  To meet the power consumption, Samsung would configure up to 3450mAh batter for Galaxy Note III.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Leaked as iPhone 5G, the Screen of Next-generation iPhone Gets leaked Again

One of the hottest tech news is no doubt the official release and specs of Apple’s next generation iPhone. There’ve been reports that Apple would announce next-gen iPhone in August. The leaks about iPhone 5S have been reported for several times previously. According to the latest leak from uSwitch Tech, they just got the latest images of the next-gen iPhone from Apple’s suppliers. These images include the front screen display and the screen package bag. Upon these leaked images, the next-gen iPhone is probably named as “iPhone 5G”.

LG G2 Smartphone Official Specs and Features Announced on New York Press Event

With much fanfare in New York, if little surprise due to significant recent leaks, LG has unveiled its latest flagship 4G smartphone, the LG G2 smartphone.

The handset uses Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 processor - about as good as it gets in the current market - with a 2.3GHz  quad-core chip - as well as 2GB of RAM and a full HD 1,080p 5.2-inch, 424 pixels-per-inch display. With such amazing configurations, it would no doubt a wonderful choice to watch HD videos on LG G2 smartphone.

Other stats for the 143g handset include a huge 3,000mAh battery, microSD support with a 13-megapixel rear camera (plus a 2.1MP front one), 32GB of storage, plus accelerometer, gyro, proximity and compass sensors.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

10 Free Music Radio Stations for You to Enjoy Music for Free

Sometimes we simply do not want to curate music lists, or search for a new sound every few minutes. Most people listen to music while they work, and it can be very annoying to stop every once in a while in order to put something that will motivate them. Sometimes we simply want to lay back, close our eyes, and let the music melt into hours and hours of beautiful tunes that calm the spirit. There are many free music radio stations and streaming music sites online, but not all of them promise that you will press play once and enjoy music that you know will resonate with your soul. It is for the times when you want your computer to deliver tunes that you have probably never heard of, but you know you will like, that we have created the top 10 Free Music Radio Stations list. Without further ado, here are the 10 contenders (the basic subscriptions are free, but for premium features you will have to pay a little extra):

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

10 Lock Screen Replacements Apps to Help You Lock Your Android smartphones

Isn't it awesome how customizable Android is compared to anything else out there? Many elements of the platform can be tweaked, ranging from under-the-hood performance adjustments to visual and user interface modifications. This post is all about the latter, bringing you 10 apps that will replace the stock lock screen on your Android smartphone. Why would anyone want to do that? Well, keep in mind that not all Android smarthphones are made equal. Many come with a lock screen provided by the manufacturer, and while some custom lock screens work fine, others aren't all that great. But these third-party lock screen replacement are among the best ones available in the Play Store. Chances are that if you aren't happy with the lock screen on your Android smartphone, a better alternative will be listed below. Go check them out and tell us in the comments which lock screen you like the most!

Friday, August 2, 2013

Top 10 Android Apps and Tips That Will Speed up Your Android Device

With news of the introduction of Android 4.3 some of you certainly have something exciting to look forward to, as the update makes its way around the globe. While this is a time of joy for some, do not be surprised if the next iteration of Google's OS isn't getting everyone as excited – for many it's a reminder of their own troubles with Android. To put it bluntly: only 38.9% of all Android users are running a version of Jelly Bean. That means, roughly speaking, some 500 million devices are missing out on all the performance improvements that versions 4.x and above bring to the table. What's more, if your device is among the ones left out, it's usually the case that your device is also probably running on some aging hardware.

With a userbased edging on the billion, making sweeping statements for all of the Android ecosystem would be a gross oversimplification. There is one thing that we dare postulate, though: everybody hates lag, even those of you running Google's latest and greatest. Hundreds of millions downloads of apps promising to boost your device back to its former glory or simply keep it in good shape are an objective indication of that.

Most of you have come across such apps, many have them installed as you read this. As you have probably figured by now – no one-click solution exists. As always, if you want good results, you have to roll up your sleeves and get a little dirty. The guide below is aimed to be fairly simple, but there's also something for the more adventurous of you.

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