Getting the 411 on the LG G3

17 Apr 2015
As of last September the LG G3 has been on the market. Its release date was very close to that of the iPhone 6 and therefore some interesting comparisons can be drawn between the two. Let’s begin with a few comparatory remarks and move on to the features of the LG G3. If we concern ourselves primarily with size, we're looking at two 5.5-inch displays. But all displays are not created to be equal, and this is where the LG G3 really shines. It has an insane 2560 x 1440 resolution, while the iPhone 6 Plus has a paltry 1920 x 1080 display by comparison. It's still bearable, but not razor sharp as the G3.

BlackBerry 10 Software: To Be or Not to Be, That is the Question

14 Apr 2015
Any of us who have used BlackBerry’s in the past have been very loyal to the brand. A BlackBerry was once viewed as the most productive device of its kind. However the industry of mobile devices temporarily crushed BlackBerry. Part of the company’s latest steps on the comeback trail was the debut of the Blackberry 10 software which is featured in the BlackBerry Z30. Let’s have a closer look:

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Overview

10 Apr 2015
They say a tablet is man’s best friend. This sentiment reaffirmed itself with the rise of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5. In general it has a great AMOLED display, slim design, and great performance make the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 the best tablet on the market today. Adding 4G LTE makes it even better.

Top 7 Samsung Galaxy S6 Apps

07 Apr 2015
Let’s face it, Samsung Galaxy S6 is one of the best phones in the world deserves some great apps to go with it. Having said that, megapixels, processing power and pixels can only take you so far. It's what your phone does with all that stuff, that matters at the end of the day. For this occasion, we present you with some of the best Android apps to feed your Galaxy S6, to make sure it grows up big and strong.

The Jury is In On Nexus 6

03 Apr 2015
As per the verdict of the jury, Nexus 6 proves that Google's Nexus program has given rise to a powerful 6-inch phablet that runs its latest Android software and is now an available via Cellcom including various tablet providers throughout Ontario.

Nokia Lumia 830: The Affordable Flagship That Doesn’t Disappoint

01 Apr 2015
Nokia Lumia 830, the last generation of Nokia Lumia before Microsoft absorbs and rebrands it as Microsoft Lumia, is a great prototype of a Windows-based smartphone. Described below are some of its greatest assets that we think make it a phone worth spending for.

Siri Gets an International Upgrade

24 Mar 2015
As the mobile industry continues to grow in various directions, staple apps like Siri become increasingly flexible and available to broader audiences.

Samsung Galaxy S6: Smartphone Gold

18 Mar 2015

Samsung has been the center of some oohing and awing with the release of its past few Galaxy generations. First it was the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge with it’s handy dandy edged panel that was a marvel to techies. Now, it’s the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Usually it’s Apple that has the gadget world talking about innovative design, but looks like Samsung is finally catching up.

Cutting Edge: Samsung Lifts Lid On New Galaxy

09 Mar 2015
Samsung has unveiled two new flagship smartphones with a host of features aimed at taking on arch-rival Apple.

The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, revealed at the tech giant's Unpacked event in Barcelona, have ditched the plastic case of previous versions in favour of a premium-look metal body.

The latter device has a screen that curves around both edges that will be used to display notifications and other information, including a contacts shortcut. 

BlackBerry Teases Smartphone with Curved Screen Edges and a Slider Keyboard

05 Mar 2015
BlackBerry made waves when it launched the Passport, a smartphone with a square screen. Now it's creating more buzz with the announcement of a smartphone with a sliding keyboard.

The device, which features curved screen edges similar to those of the new Samsung Galaxy S6, is an all-touch smartphone with a sliding keyboard, the likes of which we haven't seen since the BlackBerry Torch flopped in 2010.