Simple Trick To Boost Your Android

Android phones are getting faster by the day with a new flagship phone being released what seems like every month. New processors, more RAM, more efficient chips... every company is trying their best to out do one another in the speed department, but does it show 6 months down the line? In fact, many users find their smartphone to have slowed significantly just a few months of normal usage, causing them to search for solutions to the great deceleration. There are a couple of great methods for speeding up your android phone, we found the most effective to be deleting the apps you aren't necessarily making the most use out of. As well as clearing up space on your harddrive which you ...

900 Million Androids Vulnerable To Malware - Is Yours?

If you own any of the phones listed below, you may have a reason to be worried... Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge Google Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 6P LG G4, LG G5, LG V10 OnePlus One, OnePlus 2 and OnePlus 3 Moto X HTC One, HTC M9, HTC 10 Sony Xperia Z Ultra In a recent security scare, it was revealed that almost 1 billion android handsets were manufactured and sold with a serious security flaw, allowing cyber assailants to gain complete access of a phone's data. What seperates the phones listed above from the rest? A Qualcomm processor. You may have heard the extremely popular name on advertisements or through reading tech specs of flagship dev...

Crazy Trick Extends Your Android Battery Life

Naturally, phones begin to slow down the more they are used. In some cases, this effect is the fault of too much memory (RAM, that is) being used by an increasing amount of running applications. Or, it can be due to new operating systems exhausting the phone's computing resources so they cannot be used on other, more useful tasks like loading videos or changing from one screen to another.  Everyone with an android wants to give it a boost, that's a given. After all, who wouldn't want a slightly quicker device to minimize the time it takes to upload an update to Facebook? One example of a manual way you can start supercharging your android is clearing any cached data your a...

This 1 Weird Trick Extends Your iPhone Battery Life

iPhone battery life has been the subject of many experiments, articles and arguments, but the mystery behind just how long your phone will last is still a case causing issues worldwide. As expected, the majority of those experiencing poor or unreliable usage times have older (1 or 2 generation late) devices, but even brand new phones can be disappointing when it comes to the power department. The latest iPhone 6S+ claims to last up to 12 hours of constant use whilst performing extremely battery-strenuous tasks such as downloading HD video. There are a number ways you can improve your battery life significantly, the first being disabling "Background App Refresh", the option that a...

iPhone 7 Plus cameras achieve their full potential with latest iOS 10 beta

One of the best features of the iPhone 7 Plus is undoubtedly its camera, with the phone adding a second lens and allowing for 2x optical zoom. Currently the lenses work independently of each other, but Apple always had bigger plans for them, with a software update later this year set to unlock their true potential by allowing the two 12MP lenses to work together, and it seems that update might almost be ready, as it's already available as part of the iOS 10.1 public beta. The update adds a Portrait mode to your camera app, which when activated uses both the wide angle and telephoto lenses to create a bokeh effect, which focuses on the subject while slightly blurring the background,...