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Can BlackBerry Survive?
Being a BlackBerry owner for the first time may be a happy moment. At that moment, you have the phone that you always dreamt of. Imagine the benefits that you get when you buy the phone that will help you in reducing the burden of work. Some of phone’s features are distinct. The BlackBerry Messenger is an instant hit. All of your friends communicate through BBM. They also have multitasking features that enable users to organize things accordingly. Having a BlackBerry phone is a status symbol. Many have tried to sell old cell phones just to have the most coveted smartphone around. However, times have changed. Having a BlackBerry phone is not cool. It is rather shameful.
iPhone 5 vs. Galaxy S III
While the competition for better smartphones rages on, it seems that the competition for better features also fires up with much intensity. And with it comes the endless improvements for smartphone cameras. Nowadays, a nifty smartphone camera can already replicate the output of a small pocket digital camera or a mid-range SLR camera.
What further bolstered this camera revolution was the rise of digital photography sharing sites like Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, and Pinterest. True, it’s now easier to share them as these sites are integrated into most of the mobile OS like Android, iOS, Windows, and etc.
Is There No End to Apple’s Dominion?
The watchdogs of the mobile industry are about to witness another familiar scene in the tech world today. News is breaking in that as of today, Apple’s shares already surpassed $700 in its first-day iPhone 5 pre-sales orders. This current success powered Apple’s hopes in keeping up the revenue growth that it once exploited when it was still a niche market computer distributor.
The New Kindle Fire Heats Up in HD
Is This Another Apple iPad Killer?
On Thursday, Amazon unveiled its latest Kindle device- the New Kindle Fire HD that comes in two sizes: one in 7 inches, the other in 8.9 inches. Well, the general opinion is that it’s damn remarkable. At face value, that is.
Amazon’s initial presentation, though, wasn’t afloat with a lot of Kindle Fire HDs to try on and tinker with. It’s a hand-on event, yes, but we didn’t feel the saturating inquisition of the Kindle mania all over the place. We saw a media practitioner come up to Peter Larsen, Amazon’s vice-president of Kindle, and check out the tablet he was carrying.
Swiping his finger on the smooth display surface, and sequentially tapping the various apps, he said:
The sum of its parts does not necessarily make a whole. The whole can be divided into parts. Although, we do not delve into the arguments that posit such a confusing streak. In the case of smartphones, the smartphones do not necessarily define its parts. With a smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S3, its accessories can never define the phone’s capability. Accessories are helpful in the use of phones, especially for the Samsung Galaxy S3.
They can lessen the burden or enhance certain available functions at your disposal. If you don’t have money, you can sell Motorola DROID X and buy the S3 with accessories. You should take note that the Samsung Galaxy S3 is newly released. So, its accessories are not as varied compared to other smartphones in the market.