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Best accessories for big smartphone users

If you think Bluetooth headset when someone says "smartphone accessory," you probably aren't aware of the latest add-ons available for your favorite mobile device.
Whether you're into music or gaming, photography or fitness, there are thousands of ways to enhance the functionality (and fun) of your smartphone.
Accessories so make for an ideal holiday gift, and you might be able to score a great deal over Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
The following are a half-dozen recommendations.

VIRTUAL REALITYturn your phone into a virtual reality headset with Samsung Gear VR ($99.99). As long as you have one of the supporting phones - Search as a Samsung Galaxy S6, S6, S6 edge edge , or Note5 - snap the device into the eyewear, launch the app and access 360-degree games, videos and other experiences mapped to your head movement (and with 3D spatialized audio, too). Leveraging 2nd appearance 10 minutes later Rift's technology, gear VR works well, and without the hefty price tag a…

The 10 best smartphone you can buy now

pick the best smartphone in the world is always a) incredibly hard and b) super fun. Fortunately. Since this is an iOS-centric site, you expect a Apple iPhone with the number 1 and they were right. But this is not sycophantic - in my other life as a producer and presenter of the phones show I do regularly top 5 features - and an iPhone is always in the top, because it is a top specced telephone, can be recommended as a response to the question "What should I buy a phone" without real precautions or possible recriminations. There are multiple iPhones here, plus more Android units, of course. And I would like to still stuck in one of the new flagship Lumias, with the exception that you still have a week away. Maybe next time.

Oh yes, and its rules of procedure. It would be a bit crazy to allow multiple iPhones in the exact same form factor in the top 10. So I do not allowed me to have both the "6s" and "6", for example. Ditto for the '6s Plus". It …

Marshmallow 6.0.1 already hitting Android one devices

now that marshmallow (Android 6.0) has been around for several weeks, it is not surprising that there is already an update 6.0.1 suggest some devices. In this particular case, said devices are select an Android handsets. According to reports, only a limited number of users have received the update, but so far. Take a look:



after a Google search, the model number is listed, H220 is the cherry mobile Android G1 for the Philippines. Strangely enough the Android Security patch level is from 1. December 2015 Despite today not only November 22, 2015. Provided that the roll-out is not a mistake, it seems to imply that Google has already finalized the updated integrated voice patch despite this month, just over one week left.

There is currently no information as to what this 6.0.1 update brings with it, but the general assumption about the Internet is that it closely with fixes and improvements of stability.

Phone Arena has reported that "HTC ROM Developer @LlabTooFeR has it, after 6.0.…

5 best clever iPhone tricks only power users know about

To give the best experience for your users, Apple tons of features built into the iPhone. There are many undiscovered buried under the functions. Here are 5 tips and tricks for iPhone users to improve the way you use your iPhone.

    1. Undo Typing Error we start with the old but good. Some of you may have this one, but here goes. Each time you accidentally delete your records or the input of the wrong kit, you can undo the error by shake your iPhone a little. The "Undo Typing" is displayed and all you have to do is tap Undo.






 2.  Fast charging apart from food, clothing and housing, modern people have another basic life need: load. The present life of the battery has not caught up to the way we use the gadgets. But they do not always have a night to charge the iPhone. The loading time is limited, switch to Airplane Mode to speed the load time. Even if you do not have enough time to the detriment of 100%, flight mode gives you more juice for the same amount of time.

   3.  F…

Samsung now warns users not insert pen wrong way in Galaxy Note 5

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If you use a Samsung Galaxy Note 5, not insert the pin the wrong way. Samsung will now tell you so much with a new warning message.

after it was revealed that inserting the S stylus on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 backwards would permanently damage the phone, Samsung responds by sticking a warning on the packaging, reports tech times. The warning is printed on the plastic screen protector that protects the screen in the packaging.

In previous iterations of the galaxy note, Samsung made it impossible for the S Pen inserted in its bracket back by connecting one end of the S Pen is larger than the other. For the galaxy note 5, Samsung has with this design, making it possible to insert the S Pen either way.

If the S Pen was inserted backwards, it could become stuck in the slot and the pin detection mechanism could be damaged. As a result, many of the Stylus features on the Galaxy Note 5 would be useless, even if the pen has been removed from its slot. An unfortunate design…

NVIDIA's new shield tablet is like the old, but cheaper

NVIDIA's first shield tablet was a device that almost everything right:  the 8-inch slate had a sharp display is flanked by two speakers, a surprisingly precise integrated stylus and a powerful 192-core Kepler K1 processor. At the time it was simply the best games Android device on the market, and a pretty darn good Media Tablet start - but NVIDIA quietly put the shielding on the pasture earlier this year. The company is preparing for the start of a new, more powerful shield tablet? No: it is that of the same slate back on the market, albeit with a reduced, $199 price and less fuss.

At a glance the new NVIDIA shield tablet K1 is a dead ringer for its $299 predecessor with almost identical chassis with the same ports, buttons and layout camera. There were a few improvements: NVIDIA replaces the shiny black font on the shield logo with brushed metal sign and the new tablet speakers are with rubberized grip surface. In fact, the only difference between the old and the new is screen …