Sunday, 28 February 2016

Thursday, 11 February 2016

Samsung close to beating Apple as the biggest phone brand in the US

Parks Associates's latest report on the sate of the US mobile market reveals a few interesting facts. Perhaps most intriguing is the reduced gap between the two titans in the realm - Apple and Samsung. The former currently controls 40% of the local mobile market, but the Korean giant is quickly catching up with 31%. Samsung's US expansion is definitely impressive, but other foreign

New #Instagram update now allows you to know how many views your videos have. Cool right?

Just a few days ago, Instagram revealed that all its users would get to use multiple accounts inside its apps starting later this week. And today the Facebook-owned photography-focused social network is at it again, with yet another new feature being announced. It's something much simpler this time around, but should prove very useful for the content creators using Instagram. "Over the

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

WhatsApp now has over 1 billion users since dropping $1 a year subscription fees

Not too long ago, WhatsApp decided to drop the $1 a year subscription fee. And since WhatsApp has promised to never show ads for the sake of their own users, it only leaves us wondering how the messaging platform is planning to make money. Well, just around the time that WhatsApp dropped its subscriber fee, it had reported that it had over 900 million subscribers. Thanks to making the

Samsung confirms Galaxy S7 edge, wide and narrow edge features will be supported

Either a genuine mistake, or part of the pre-launch teasing process (our money is on the latter), a Samsung website now lists the Galaxy S7 Edge in a table detailing the different uses of the curved screen. Keeping the Galaxy S6 edge and S6 edge+ company, the yet-to-be-released model (announcement confirmed for February 21) will be able to do the exact same stuff as its older brethren.