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Most Killer Attitude Whatsapp Status

Saturday, May 9 / No Comments

    My attitude is based on how you treat me.

    Please don't interrupt me while I'm ignoring you

    My life ,my rule,that's my attitude..

    Forget the haters...cause some body loves you

    I am hot dude with cool attitude

    It's not my attitude it's my style

    People with status don't need status...

    Be the Best Version of yourself...

    I AM WHAT I AM...your approval isn't needed and it wasn't never asked! Sorry

    I enjoy when people show Attitude to me because it shows that they need an Attitude to impress me!

    I have a new theory in life...what other people think of me is truly none of my business!

    Love me ?? Great. Hate me ?? Even Better. Don't know me ?? Don't judge me !!

    hate me? don't care? love me? love you too?think I'm a bitchy? fuck off?

    i am what i am.. i will never try to be some one else.

    i don't have an attitude problem. You have a problem with my attitude : ) Don't like it get over it Lol

    Don't hate me, just get to know me first!

    My life,My rules My Attitude!!!

    It is sad but truthful that some people simply grow old, but they never grow UP!

    I'm that ugly I asked myself out and I said no.

    I don't insult people , I just describe them

    Always trying to cool my self

    People with status don't need status...

    Many a man owes his success to his first wife and his second wife to his success.

    Life without mistakes is like , education without books.

    They say "don't drink and drive". Well.... yesterday I was drinking a juice box while riding my tricycle. Yeah. I'm a badass.

    I'm pretty sure the whole "ladies first" thing was created by a guy just to check out ass.

Apple to allow Android smartphones to get traded in at Apple Stores for gift cards towards iPhone

Tuesday, March 17 / No Comments

Apple to allow Android smartphones to get traded in at Apple Stores for gift cards towards iPhone
Apple’s recycling and trade-in program has been around for quite some time, but has specifically been built for trading in older Apple products to get newer gadgets.
According to a report published by 9to5Mac, and citing unnamed sources, Apple will be shuffling around its recycling and trade-in program to include Android smartphones for the first time ever. This is meant to boost sales of iPhones within its Apple Stores, a noted mission statement of Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook. Now, moving forward, or once this program starts, Apple Store employees will value a potential Android trade-in based on its cosmetic appearance, as well as its functional condition.
The new program is set to kick off in the coming weeks, and if it does, it means that customers will be able to walk into an Apple Store with an Android smartphone, trade it in and get the set amount put on an Apple gift card towards the purchase of an iPhone. Apple Store employees will allegedly be able to transfer contacts from the Android phone to the new iPhone, but other data will have to be handled by the customer.
Apple’s recycle and trade-in program has been getting better since it launched in 2013, and last summer it expanded to include the iPad lineup.
If this new trade-in program comes to light, it would certainly be a stark change for Apple’s standard operating procedure, but boosting iPhone sales would certainly be an incentive to start something like this.
What do you think? Is this a long time coming?

How to Increase Internet Speed in your Android Smartphone

Sunday, December 7 / No Comments

The holidays are coming and you know what this means — everyone who came home is helping to hog the home Wi-Fi. It is also the time of the year when we are treated with plenty of online content which can zap your data plan faster than you can say "What’s for dinner?".

Despite the availability of 3G and 4G cellular communication technologies which allow us to have access to the Internet wherever we are, it doesn’t hurt to get a bit of a boost when it comes to getting a faster Internet connection.

Here are 5 Android apps that can help boost speeds to tolerable levels, and help you survive the long holiday gatherings. Note that some of them only work with rooted devices.

Internet Booster & Optimizer

Internet Booster & Optimizer is an Android app thatcomes with a series of commands that prioritizes the browser among the other applications that are using the Internet. This means that one can dig out more speed from the available Internet connection. It usuallypauses the secondary apps that are using Internet, cleans RAM & cache memory and flushes the DNS to make sure that most of the Internet speed is utilized by browser only. [DOWNLOAD]

Faster Internet 2X

Faster Internet 2X provides a convenient way to get more speed from 3G and 4G cellular networks. The app is designed using special programming scripts that will boost the Internet speed to approximately twice of what’s available. This provides a better Internet user experience.It works fine with both rooted and non-rooted Android phones. The app displays ads that can be disabled.

Internet Speed Booster

Internet Speed Booster isan easy-to-use app with a sleek and minimal design. It uses a unique algorithm that can increase the Internet Speed of your Android device with a single tap of your finger. Internet Speed Booster app is designed in a way that has it working impeccably with rooted as well as non-rooted Android devices.

Internet Booster (Root)

Internet Booster (Root) uses a different method for getting more out of the available Internet connection. It basicallychanges the configurations of system ROM to increase the Internet speed to 40% to 70% higher than before. Internet Booster (Root) only works with Rooted Android Devices which means one shouldallow the Super User privileges to run this application properly.

Free Internet Speed Booster

Free Internet Speed Booster is another Android app which could possibly help you get rid of the slow Internet speed. It increases the Internet speed from 40% to 80% more than usual byimproving the Ping latency, halting the unnecessary background apps and managing a balance between parallel connections. Free Internet Speed Booster does not require a rooted Android device.

Final Fantasy VII game coming for PlayStation 4

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You read that right: Final Fantasy VII is coming exclusively to PlayStation 4 next spring. But instead of being the full-on HD remaster than many had likely hoped for, it's a port of the PC version. Essentially, it's an upscaled version of the game's original graphics.

But, if the PS4 port retains all of the PC game's features, it'll come with cloud saves (har har), achievements and a "character booster" mode, too. We're just hoping that pricing stay in line with its computer-based counterpart ($12), all of the above considered.

Samsung Galaxy A3 Review with System Specification

Friday, December 5 / No Comments
Today, we get to enjoy the company of the most junior representative of the Samsung's metal-clad A team - the Samsung Galaxy A3. Just like the Alpha smartphone, the A3 offers an aluminum frame, which highlights a lightweight design, built around a Super AMOLED display. And let us tell you, this baby does look as nice as it sounds.

Samsung has been known for churning all-plastic smartphones across its entire portoflio. Pressured to evolve its product design, the company came up with the Galaxy Alpha, a super slim smartphone with an angular metal frame. But Samsung surely likes to spread its design concepts across the entire portfolio and thus the Galaxy A3 and the Galaxy A5 were born.

The plastic panels didn't stop millions of users worldwide to choose Samsung's phones over the competitors. It's debatable whether that's due to Samsung's almost exclusive Super AMOLED screens, their R&D hardware advancements or their aggressive approach towards adding new features to Android OS. It's a fact nonetheless. And as you can imagine, you can't go wrong with adding metal to their already winning recipe mix.

What we have today here is the most junior member of the lineup, the Galaxy A3. Yet to be released to the market, a pre-production Galaxy A3 is paying us a visit and we're more than happy to welcome it. Here's the cheat sheet of its specs.

Samsung Galaxy A3 Features:

  1. General: GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA/LTE connectivity;
  2. Dimensions: 130.1 x 65.5 x 6.9 mm, 110 g;
  3. Display: 4.5" qHD Super AMOLED touchscreen, 245ppi pixel density;
  4. Chipset: Snapdragon 410 chipset, quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53, Adreno 306 GPU, 1.5GB RAM
  5. OS: Android 4.4.4 KitKat with TouchWiz;
  6. Memory: 16GB storage, microSD card slot (up to 64GB);
  7. Camera: 8MP auto-focus camera, LED flash;
  8. Video camera: 1080p video recording;
  9. Front camera: 5MP front-facing camera;
  10. Connectivity: Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 (ANT+), NFC, microUSB 2.0 port, GPS/GLONASS receiver, 3.5mm audio jack, digital compass, ambient light sensor, secondary mic for ambient noise cancellation;
  11. Battery: 1,900mAh Li-Ion non-removable battery;

It's obvious that with a chipset like that, the Galaxy A3 won't top any performance charts. But it doesn't need to. It's a mid-ranger with a proper quad-core chip, an AMOLED screen and an adequate camera. And that about sums it up.

On a positive note, it has a 64-bit processor and a microSD expansion slot, two things the original Galaxy Alpha is short on. Indeed, Android and its app ecosystem is yet to make proper use of 64-bit processors, but we're sure it's only a matter of time. And when the time comes, the Galaxy A3 will be able to benefit from any 64-bit optimizations that come up.

So, the Samsung Galaxy A3 is all unpacked and ready for a spin. We are definitely eager to check it out. Follow us after the jump for an in-depth hardware tour.

HTC Desire Eye Review with System Specification & Disadvantages

Tuesday, November 25 / No Comments
HTC Desire Eye is the most capable member of the company's mid-range family of smartphones to date. Announced in early October, the smartphone features a rather peculiar camera setup, which consists of a duo of 13MP sensors, each flanked by a two-tone LED flash.

HTC Desire Eye surely looks like a member of the Taiwanese manufacturer's mid-range lineup, though its hardware specifications tell an entirely different story. With a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC, 5.2" 1080p display, IPX7 certification, and BoomSound stereo speakers to go with the unique camera setup, the newcomer is as well-equipped as some of today's Android flagship devices.

HTC Desire Eye features

  • 5.2" 1080p IPS display with 424ppi
  • 2.3 GHz quad-core Krait 400 CPU; Adreno 330 GPU; Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset; 2GB of RAM
  • 13MP f/2.2 front-facing camera with two-tone, dual-LED flash; 1080p @30fps video recording
  • 13MP f/2.0 main camera with two-tone, dual-LED flash; 1080p @30fps video recording; dedicated camera button
  • 16GB of built-in memory; microSD card slot
  • Cat. 4 LTE connectivity (150Mbps DL)
  • Dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac; Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX; NFC; GPS/GLONASS
  • BoomSound front-facing stereo speakers
  • IPX7 water and dust resistance certification (up to 1m of depth for 30 min)
  • Android 4.4.4 KitKat with HTC Sense 6.0 UI
  • 2,400mAh battery

HTC Desire Eye disadvantages:

  • The battery is not user-replaceable
  • No 4K video recording or OIS
  • No IR port

A quick glance at its key features reveals that the Desire Eye is actually better equipped than the still-standing company's flagship smartphone, the HTC One (M8). Only its plastic body prevents the handset from topping the company's Android family.

The 13MP front-facing camera is a clear nod towards the rapidly growing, selfie-loving crowd - it makes the HTC Desire Eye stand out among its competitors. The 13MP unit on the back is a welcome sight too. We are all but certain that it will take better photos than the underwhelming UltraPixel unit of the One (M8).

The relatively modest 2,400mAh battery seems to be the biggest question mark in the HTC Desire Eye. It is smaller in capacity than the unit found in HTC One (M8), yet it has a bigger display to light up. We will surely keep a close eye on its performance in our battery test.

So, is HTC Desire Eye a capable mid-ranger, or is it the company's flagship in disguise? Read on to find out! As always, we will kick the review off with unboxing, followed by design and hardware inspection.

Nokia N1 Review with System Specification

Wednesday, November 19 / No Comments

A bit over a year after selling its mobile phone business to Microsoft, Nokia just jumped back to the consumer market at the main stage of Slush 2014 in Helsinki, Finland and the first device coming out from the new Nokia is running Android.

Nokia N1 is a 7.9” tablet retailing for 249€ before taxes. This is the first consumer devices Nokia has announced after selling their Windows Mobile -focused mobile phone unit to Microsoft earlier this year. The N1 has 2.3 GHz 64-bit Intel Atom processor, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage and it’s 7,9” screen shows it’s content on 2048×1536 resolution. Operating system is Android Lollipop, that features the Nokia Z Launcher as its default user interface.

After a successful pilot launch during the summer, Nokia Z Launcher is also made available as a separate download to all Android devices starting from today.

Nokia’s Head of Product Business Sebastian Nyström was describing the company’s journey after the mobile business was sold, and emphasised that big change also brings big opportunities. As they were determined to stay in the consumer business, switching to Android now associates them with 84,7% of the world’s mobile consumers, up from 2,5% it was with Windows Mobile (IDC Q2/2014).

According to Nyström, Nokia was and still is great tech, was and still is great in engineering and was and still is great in design. The impressive Android tablet and a competitive push to a crowded market shows that Nyström has basis in his claims. And Nokia is not anymore in business for sales & manufacturing, they are launching the N1 together with (currently unnamed) Chinese partner, first launching it for the lunar new year in China, and then rolling out to the rest of the world.