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Epson PrecisionCore WorkForce WF-7620 review

Epson PrecisionCore WorkForce WF-7620 review

Brought to you by Nuffnang and Epson Thanks to the team at Nuffnang and Epson for giving us the chance to review the Epson WorkForce WF-7620. Overview and key features The Epson WorkForce WF-7620 is an A3 all-in-one with 500-sheet capacity and auto duplex print, copy, scan and fax. This includes a 35-page duplex Auto Document Feeder which also supports A3. The PrecisionCore inkjet technology on th... »

Strike Alpha Cradle Review – ‘strikingly sturdy’

Strike Alpha Cradle Review – ‘strikingly sturdy’

As we continue our journey through the booming age of mobile technology – where smartphones appear to maintain their position on the mobile tech throne, the need for cases/stands and essentially ‘digital furniture’ is larger then ever. One area which has seen slow but steady growth – is the car phone holder concept. Thanks to the team at Red Agency we have had the opportunity to review the “Strike... »

OPPO launch new Find 7 & Find 7a in India

OPPO launch new Find 7 & Find 7a in India

New Delhi: OPPO, the Chinese newcomer to the Indian market has launched their second set of high end phones upon the Indian market, after their initial entry earlier in the year. Launched to a great setup, a test zone, and beautiful European models, OPPO have certainly pulled out all the stops in order to try and get the bloggers excited about their new devices. Let’s start off with the OPPO... »

Five ways the Xperia Z2 is better than the Galaxy S5

Five ways the Xperia Z2 is better than the Galaxy S5

This is a Guest Post by Harish J. Sony and Samsung have launched their opening salvos in this year’s high-end smartphone battle. While Samsung is still the de facto leader in the smartphone segment, contributing to a third of all smartphone sales worldwide, Sony has made remarkable strides last year with the Xperia Z and the Xperia Z1. This year’s offering, the Xperia Z2, looks largely the same as... »

What can we see in the Android  ecosystem in 2014?

What can we see in the Android ecosystem in 2014?

  This is a Guest post by Harish J.   The growth of Android as an ecosystem has been steady, with 2013 bringing in a lot of technological advances. The year saw a lot of innovations, like full-HD screens, better cameras, devices with better battery life and faster hardware. What’s in store for Android this year? Quad-HD and flexible screens Full-HD screens were the norm for high-end devi... »

Samsung AllShare Cast Dongle Review

Samsung AllShare Cast Dongle Review

This is a Guest review by Ethan T. The AllShare Cast Dongle is Samsung’s version of Apple’s Apple TV Airplay feature and is available from the good people at MobileZap along with many other Samsung accessories they sell that you might like. Similar but differing from the Apple TV this dongle offers only the ability to ‘Cast’ (Airplay).  The device is sleek, small and black weighing just 45 grams a... »

FLOTE m2 Floor Stand Review

FLOTE m2 Floor Stand Review

Thanks to Flote for sending out the review unit Ever found yourself holding your iPad or tablet in bed or on the couch thinking “I wish there was a way I could watch this video without touching it”? Sure you’ve tried the ‘lean the tablet upon the pillow method. Maybe you’ve bought one of those sleeves with stands with them, even though they’re incredibly uncomfo... »

Micromax is set to become India’s global handset vendor

Micromax is set to become India’s global handset vendor

This is a Guest Post by Harish Jonnalagadda Micromax is on a high. The Indian manufacturer is challenging Samsung in the Android handset segment, and has seen a great year in which its sales have increased tenfold. Micromax also launched its first full-HD device, the Canvas Turbo last month, a device that offers features that are similar to the Galaxy S4 for half of the cost. It has been mentioned... »

Canon lenses tell a different story every time you choose a new lens

Canon lenses tell a different story every time you choose a new lens

This is a Sponsored Post, but all opinions are mine Canon has been in the Camera game for a long time, so it’s no surprise to hear their name crop up everytime you mention the word camera or more importantly – DSLR’s. However when it comes to shooting on cameras, the camera body is not the only thing that matters in taking that picture perfect image – because the next impor... »

Android launching, what’s new after 4.4 KitKat

Android launching, what’s new after 4.4 KitKat

Diana Maria is a freelance journalist who has been writing about mobile technology, customer relationship management and women’s health for more than a decade. These days she is busy to contributes on luxury homes pictures Search engine giant Google after the success of Nexus 4 has finally made the Android 4.4 KitKat SDK available publicly, bringing an update to the world’s most popular mobile ope... »

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