With four CPU cores screaming inside, a beautiful design and an amazing user interface, Samsung Galaxy S III has once again raised the bar for smartphones.
None knows how on earth does Google come up with really creative names. But we do know that regardless of the name Google off late has been doing some fantastic job on every new release on Android, when it comes to features, which leaves everyone else biting the dust. Just like ICS, Jelly Bean brings […]
The first day of Google I/O has ended in San Francisco with the announcement of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. For all those Android fans who’re having geekgasm right now, here’s a small thing you might be delighted to have — Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Wallpapers!
Samsung has decided to strip out support for USB Mass Storage mode in favor of MTP in Galaxy S3. But here’s a small tutorial on how you can get the functionality back on your Galaxy S3
Samsung Galaxy S III has proved to be the most successful smartphones the industry has ever seen. If you’re one of those lucky persons who’ve managed to get an hand on it, here are a few Samsung Galaxy S3 tips and tricks that will help you in daily use.
HTC has worked hard in designing its newest flagship phone – HTC One X which powered by a Quad Core processor! Is it better than iPhone 4S? Well, lets check it out!
From Android 2.3 Froyo to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, if there’s one thing that hasn’t changed at all then it is the stock music player application. It’s now time to get rid of it – we feature 4 of the best music player apps for Android.
Bored of your old school Android screen lock? Here are some of the best apps with which you can replace them by fancy new ones with amazing new themes and unlock mechanisms.
Samsung Galaxy S III has barely reached a few countries after its launch and it has already been rooted by Android developers at XDA forums. Here is a detailed (and simple) guide to root Samsung Galaxy S3.
There’s a new music player application in the town – Apollo. Developed by Andrew, a CyanogenMod crew member, the music player app has actually been around a while in development stage, but it has finally reached very close to completion and has now been merged with CyanogenMod, which means that it’ll be the default player […]