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Jacob Chambers

As long-time IT enthusiasts, gamers and gadget fanatics, Mark and I have been working in the industry for a long time and we both have a vast experience in dealing with smartphones, tablets, PC and console hardware and everything tech-related. My list of industry insiders is long-enough to allow me to get insights into what's going on in the technology field and provide my readers with interesting and timely updates. I focus on brief, to-the-point reporting, keeping the "bla bla" to a minimum and making sure my readers get easy access to important information and updates. I mainly specialize in Android-based mobile devices, leaving iOS and Apple devices in Mark's capable hands.

iPhone 7 and 6S to have decreased battery life

iPhone 7

Rumors are pouring in from Asia as we’re approaching the fall season when Apple usually launches its flagship phones. Last year, the company released the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, two phones that did little to revolutionize the company’s primary product line. While a good phone in its own way, …

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App of the week: Charlie

App of the week: Charlie

Each mobile operating system now boasts its own virtual personal assistant. Google has Google Now, Apple has Siri, Microsoft will soon introduce Cortana in all of its products and Blackberry will benefit for the “Assistant” service. However, these advanced features are nothing more than ways to activate the voice commands. …

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Apple announces iOS 9 Beta for July

iOS 9

There have been quite a few interesting reveals at WWDC 2015, and Apple has brought quite a few interesting updates to the stage. There are not that many official details about the upcoming Apple smartphones, such as the iPhone 6S or the iPhone 7, but we’ve still gotten interesting information …

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Did Microsoft conquer the mobile operating systems market?

Microsoft dominates the mobile operating systems market

Microsoft is fighting hard to become the most important player from the IT market, from all points of view. First they made open-source .NET, the free Visual Studio and they announced that anybody could compile the code for Android (Java) or iOS (Objective-C) directly for Windows 10. In other words, …

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