As part of a new series on the TigerMobiles.com blog I’ll be penning my thoughts on technology and where it’s heading.
The first post in this regular feature looks at why I think smartphones could spell the end for humanity and why I think the iPhone has replaced the dildo as the sex toy of the 21st century.
Prospective parents might want to look away now. A new survey has found that children in the UK as young as 4 will be receiving a brand new mobile phone from Santa this Christmas.
The dual survey, commissioned by TigerMobiles.com, firstly quizzed 3150 parents with children aged between 4 and 12 years old on the most popular products that made up their shopping list for Christmas 2014.
Google might be king of the internet, but they’re also rapidly becoming the king of mobile apps as well. With Google apps you can kit out your phone to be the ultimate productivity machine. But why choose Google? Because the great thing about getting all your productivity apps from Google is that they are all compatible with each other, meaning one app can send info to another. Not only that, but should you (God forbid) leave your phone at home, all your apps can also be accessed online, meaning you don’t have any excuse to forget your shopping list. Now we’re not saying that you’ll never need to download another app again, but we are saying that Google apps can make a significant difference to how you live your life and how you use your phone. Ready to get started? Then check out the apps below.
With Android’s new operating system already being rolled out, we’re taking a look at what you can expect to see when your mobile downloads the new version. Android 5.0 Lollipop has been eagerly awaited, especially by developers, since there are a bunch of new tech tricks on the new system. And we’re going to be honest with you here, and tell you that many of the new system features are high tech and will be of little interest to the normal user. So rather than baffling you with jargon, instead we’re looking at what the every day user can expect to see in Android 5.0. Ready to find out what you’re in for? Then keep reading…