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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review – King of the Phablet niche
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review – King of the Phablet niche

The Samsung Galaxy Note line of phones is the undisputed king of the phablets. Those giant phones filling the gap between tablet and phone were once the target of great ridicule in the early years but as smartphone screens got bigger and batteries got better phablets started to attract more than just the geeks and the gadgeteers. I'll admit that I was once one of those initial trolls but by the time the Note 2 came around I became a believer. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was released in late 2014 and in my mind Samsung has gotten the phablet formula right. The combination of design, software, features and specs in the Note 4 is truly amazing if you have the big hands, deep pockets and/or creative excuses to own such a premium device. Hardware and Design Unsurprisingly the Samsung...
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Reviewing Super Secret Mobile Messaging Apps

So here we are... smack-dab in this post-snowden, post-wikileaks era, relatively fresh off the Vybz Kartel conviction and in a world where the rise and fall of the day's celebrities are telegraphed, televised, devised and demised by Twitter and other social media. In this hyper-sensitive age of information, buttons and screens and the need to stay connected are the orders of the day... but this itch that needs to be scratched, like any positive thing in life, is haunted by the darkside. While billions all over the world whoosh and swish messages from one end of the world to the other using apps like WhatsApp on their Android, iOS and even Blackberry devices, others bolt and cower in fear at the very thought of the NSA (or some other real or imaginary element of Big Brother) snooping at the...
App Spotlight – Star Wars: Assault Team
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App Spotlight – Star Wars: Assault Team

Star Wars: Assault team is new Star Wars-themed  strategy and collectible card game. The game is available for iOS, Windows Phone and Android. In Star Wars: Assault Team players put together teams of up to four members and take on various mission through a multi-chapter story. There are also multiplayer elements and side missions designed to allow players to train, level-up, transform and acquire playing cards and gain access to new missions. Traps you with the lure of Star Wars The first few hours of Star Wars: Assault team introduces the player to a very addictive game with attractive graphics and card art punctuated by excellent lighting effects and Star Wars music. Cards are drawn from Star War's rich story and lore and feature iconic characters like Han Solo, C-3PO, Luke Skywalk...
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Android App Review: Clean Master FREE

Merry New Year and all the best for it as well. I know I havent given you any good stuff in a while, so in my attempt to make up for lost time. I bring you an Android App Review. Personally, I would consider myself an Android FANBOI as I love anything and everything android. I have owned a Galaxy Tab 1, Galaxy S2, Galaxy Note 1 and now I am the proud owner of a Galaxy S4. With all these devices, the question ALWAYS comes up.... how can I  free up some memory so it performs faster? Because like a PC, if you continue to download apps, pictures and such, it will take up memory and degrade the overall performance of the device. The App in the spotlight today is Clean Master Cleaner FREE (we all know free is good right, so lets see if this matches up) Lets look at some of the highlight...
Samsung Galaxy S4 Review
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Samsung Galaxy S4 Review

The Samung Galaxy S4 is the latest and greatest from Samsung's super successful Galaxy line of Android-powered smartphones. Samsung has already sold millions in the first few weeks of release and the S4 like its predecessor has won numerous awards and is expected to be one of the top selling phones of the year. For the last three weeks I have been using a Samsung Galaxy S4 and I have prepared an article that details my experience using the device and my thoughts. This follows up on my Samsung Galaxy S4 unboxing and first impressions blogpost 2 weeks ago. Buying a smartphone especially one as expensive as the S4 is an important investment, hopefully this review will be useful for those considering this phone which is available in Jamaica both major cellular networks - Digicel and LIME. H...
Nokia Lumia 610 – Review
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Nokia Lumia 610 – Review

The Nokia Lumia 610 is is smartphone powered by the Windows Phone operating system that was released last year. It is no secret that Windows phones have been eclipsed in the market and in the minds of many consumers in recent years by phones running the power user friendly Android from Google, the messaging king Blackberry by RIM and the user friendly iOS by Apple. The Nokia 610 is no iPhone or Samsung Galaxy but it is a smartphone that does just enough to carve out it's own niche. It is budget friendly but stylish and most of all it is a practical phone that will do anything and everything the typical user would want to do with an entry-level smartphone. Hardware The Nokia Lumia 610 won't win any beauty contests but is far from being an ugly duckling. It does look and feel like plasti...
Sony Vaio T Series – Perfect Ultrabook for School and the Stylish Proffessional
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Sony Vaio T Series – Perfect Ultrabook for School and the Stylish Proffessional

July to September has traditionally been a good time to go shopping for a new computer. For a few months I had been looking for a new mobile computer to replace my underpowered netbook, and although tempted I decided against getting a tablet as I required functionality that tablet just didn't offer or couldn't do well enough. After weeks of research, I decided to get an ultrabook from the new Sony Vaio T Series line and after almost a month of using it I thought I'd provide this write-up of my experience with my shiny new gadget. I bought this new mobile computer primarily for school (notes, browsing, research) and blogging (writing, light photo and video editing). It replaces a Netbook I have used for just over a year and my primary reason for upgrading was that I needed more processin...
Samsung Galaxy S II Review
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Samsung Galaxy S II Review

If you haven't heard by now, the Samsung Galaxy S II is among the best of the best of Android smartphones available on the market today and thanks to some very awesome people we have the device right here in the clutches of our Geezam studios. Pretty sweet right? Equiped with a Dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9, 1 GB RAM, Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, 4.3 inches of  Super AMOLED Plus greatness, all pack into a 125.3 x 66.1 x 8.5 mm frame slim enough to make your girlfriend jealous, its no mystery why dear old Uncle Sam was able to move 10 million of these bad boys off the shelves. When you think about it, who wouldn't want a device your girlfriend is jealous of? Lets dive in! The Hardware If you haven't held a Galaxy S II in your hand you probably will never know what it feels...