Change Your Boot Animation With JRummy

As I explained in my previous post, rooting your device opens up new avenues of customisation for your device. This includes changing the boot animation, that is what you see when...

Passwords Could Be Getting Easier To Remember

Despite advances in technology, the humble password is still the mainstay of IT account protection. Almost fifteen years ago the National Institute of Standards and Technology, or NIST, set down a...

Short Term Review – The OnePlus 5, August 2017

OnePlus debuted the new OnePlus 5 in mid to late June, with devices shipping a few days later. I was lucky enough to be amongst the first in the country to...

AT&T Releasing A New Tablet Called The Primetime

America’s second largest carrier, AT&T, is releasing a new tablet called the Primetime. Although the new tablet will come bundled with a number of the carrier’s entertainment applications and services, it...

Cloud Storage Face-off: iCloud vs Google Drive vs OneDrive vs Dropbox

Cloud storage services have gotten rather handy in recent times. The ability to save your files to the cloud and retrieve them anywhere and at anytime gives users a degree of...

Google Preparing “Material Design” For Google Calendar Web Version

Google is currently testing a new “Material Design” interface for the web version of Google Calendar. The interface redesign is important for Google Calendar addicts, but there are wider ramifications. This...

Android 8.0 “O” Bringing Improvements To Notifications

Google is busy preparing Android 8.0 “O” (hoped to be “Oreo”) for a public release, and is expected to be made available on Google Nexus and Google Pixel devices at the...