Tag Archives: android

Living with the Fire Phone

Living With an Amazon FirePhone This is my first real world review which I shall call the “living with” series. The idea is to write reviews that mean something more than a list of specifications for full on geeks, in favour of what it is like to live with a device or change from another… Read More »

My Daily Use Mobile Gadgets

My Daily Use Mobile Gadgets With the nature of technology these days moving so quickly and the devices we wish to carry improving year on year, I thought I’d write about my chosen daily use devices. I don’t want to sound like a sulker but I can only talk about the devices I have had… Read More »

Sailfish is Fixed!!

Sailfish is Fixed!! I have been using the Jolla phone since the very start and it has been difficult to get along with it as a daily phone. Each update brought advancements but often included new problems, for instance most recently the wireless had endless problems maintaining a connection or reconnecting. However, ever hopeful I… Read More »

What is wrong with Samsung Phones? An opinion.

What is wrong with Samsung Phones? An opinion.   Essentially there is nothing wrong with a Samsung mobile phone, at least not their high end models. The hardware is top drawer, the android operating system is arguably the best of the bunch and Samsung’s own add on software is fair enough. However this writer’s opinion… Read More »

Have Smartphones gone too far or not far enough?

First of all, I am a smartphone addict! Ever since I got my first smartphone, an Orange SPV C600, I have been utterly convinced of their value. On an SPV c600 of candybar format and no touch screen I could read email, browse the web, sync with Exchange, use media player for music and video,… Read More »