Samsung Galaxy S6 – Samsung’s Flagship Phone Is Bound to Be a Head Turner

Glass blowing and metal sculpting could hardly be imagined when you are thinking of a smartphone. Samsung changes it all with their 2015 flagship phone, Samsung Galaxy S6 boasts of using the best glass molding and metal sculpturing techniques to achieve its spectacular aesthetics. While design has been the focus of Samsung, performance undergoes no compromises. The Samsung Galaxy S6 comes with some great features and functionalities although users are supposedly missing the MicroSD slot which allowed them to expand ...

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Roku Streaming Stick – Simple yet Powerful

HDMI compatibility, over a thousand apps and a dongle design, the Roku Streaming Stick combines all of this into a perfect device that brings entertainment to your home. At $50, the new Roku streaming stick offers great content and a friendly interface. It fits at the back of any modern TV unlike its predecessor which worked with the MHL-compatible TVs only. It comes with a regular remote which makes users prefer the Roku streaming stick over Chromecast. The price is ...

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Signal – Amplified Privacy for Android and iOS Users

I am not sure when did privacy leave the bedroom and reach the phones, but somewhere during this transition, developers have ceaselessly worked to create security apps that have fortified communication on our Android and iOS devices. Signal, developed by Open Whisper Systems, for Android and iOS is one such app that provides secure messaging and calling to its users.

Open Whisper Systems is a group of developers who endeavor to make private communication simple. The group is funded by ...

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Blackberry Priv – Android May be Blackberry’s Saving Grace

Blackberry had once owned the market of smartphones like a king. Its devices were the first choice among bankers, lawyers, office executives and sales people. This was approximately a little less than a decade ago, when the phone’s operating system had fewer competitors and a promising privacy feature. As Android took over the world of smart phones, other operating systems have seen a gradual death, except the iPhone which has kept its head up high all the time.

With a footprint ...

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