• Tech News,  Uncategorized,  Windows Phone

    Is Windows Phone really worth it?

    A question for the ages that every geek has at least asked himself once, Is the Windows Phone really worth it? I am quite uncertain myself though even I have a Windows Phone because some part of me loves it, some does not. The Windows Phone system is very different from Android but quite similar to iOS in ways like security, closed source etc. It has its own look which is very different from both the contenders though some love it and some don’t. If you ask me, I have no problem with the tile system except after pro-longed use, it looks very mainstream so you might want to change…

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    What is wrong with Samsung?

    If your’re a true techno geek like us, then you must have asked yourself…. What IS wrong with Samsung? Now, some people love Samsung and these are two types of people, 1. Die hard Samsung fans boys (Which I doubt that they even exist)  or 2. Who really really love their Samsung phones. Now, it is true that Samsung makes some really good phones but at a ridiculously high price and do not possess the desired specifications and design that other well-known companies like Motorola or Xiaomi are providing with the same price range.   I personally have seen MANY (really really many) people who have a Samsung and love it. And through…

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    Android grabs record 85 smartphone share

    Google’s dominance of the smartphone market has reached new heights, with its Android operating system now accounting for a record 84.6 percent share of global smartphone shipments, according to research by Strategy Analytics. The growth in Android phones during the second quarter of this year came atthe expense of BlackBerry, Apple iOS and Microsoft’s Windows Phone, the research firm said Wednesday. Android accounted for 249.6 million smartphones shipped in the quarter, upfrom 186.8 million a year earlier, and about seven times more than the 35.2 million Apple iOS phones shipped. The market share of Apple’s iOS slipped to 11.9 percent in the quarter from 13.4 percent in the same quarter…