How To: Get Google Maps Back On Your iOS 6 Device’s Home Screen


As anyone who’s upgraded to iOS 6 knows, Google Maps has been replaced with Apple’s own mapping system, and to be frank, it’s bloody terrible. We’ve reported on it’s numerous shortcomings, which include all sorts of things that make it largely useless for day-to-day navigation. It’s a huge step backwards from the Google Maps app that […]

Having Gmail IMAP Problems? You’re Not Alone, Here’s Is A Temporary Solution


If you have been having troubles accessing Gmail through IMAP on your iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android device then you will be glad to know you are not alone. There is currently some issues with accessing Gmail through email clients, as users are receiving an “mail service is not responding” error message. AllThingsD was actually […]

Everything You Need To Know About The Multi-Billion Dollar Apple VS Samsung Trials


As we’ve mentioned before, today marks the day that perhaps the biggest trial in patent law history begins. There will no doubt be weeks – if not months – of court proceedings to settle this matter, and it all began in earnest this morning. Apple and Samsung attempted to reach a settlement last week, but […]

List Of Commands And Questions For Google Now On Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

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At the Google I/O event last month, the search engine giant announced the latest version of their Android mobile operating system. Jelly Bean, as it’s called, introduced a lot of new features and is now faster/smoother than all other versions of Android. Google also improved their Voice Search feature in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and renamed […]

The Apple iPad VS Google Nexus 7 Drop Test, Who’s The Winner? [VIDEO]


Finally, a drop test between the new iPad and the even newer Google Nexus 7. We love watching drop test videos, not just because it’s fun to watch expensive gadgets breaking, cracking etc, but also to find out which is more durable. Google announced its first ever tablet, the Nexus 7 manufactured by ASUS, at […]

Galaxy S III’s “S Voice” Vs. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean’s “Google Now” [Video]

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At almost exactly the same time, Samsung and Google have released personal voice assistance apps, to compete with the first-to-market Siri from Apple. Samsung’s service, available only on the latest Galaxy S III so far, is called “S Voice,” while Google’s service is part of the latest Android update Jelly Bean, and is called Google […]

Google Now Vs Siri – Battle Of The Voice Assistants [VIDEO]


Yesterday at the Google I/O conference, the search giant announced a lot of things, including a Siri competitor called Google Now. Yes, similar to Siri, Google Now talks to you, answers your questions and stalks you to learn more about you. Now, obviously someone had to do a comparison of both the voice assistants, or […]

‘Voodoo Galaxy S III SIM Unlock’ Unlocks Rooted Samsung Galaxy S III Phones

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If you wanted to unlock the baseband of your Samsung Galaxy S III so it will work with SIM cards from any carrier, the initial methods weren’t very user friendly. The process takes about 17 steps and involves setting permissions and mucking around with a hexadecimal editor. That might be fine for you or me, […]

Samsung Galaxy S III Vs iPhone 4S Drop Test Has Surprising Results [VIDEO]


Finally, someone without a heart decided to drop test the all new Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone. Drop tests are actually getting mainstream, because people like to know what would happen to their priced smartphone if it falls from a height. The latest Galaxy, apparently designed for humans, is still made from plastic and has […]

How To: One Click Root For HTC One X (AT&T And Rogers)


For many, the fact that there is no bootloader unlocking tool for the AT&T HTC One X has been a deal breaker. Rooting is a big part of the Android experience, so why get a phone that will limit you from all the fun? Well, thanks to the incredibly talented folks at XDA-Developers, that is […]