Android devices are tempting, aren't they? Not only for me of course; I admit to being a self-proclaimed Android lover anyway. Recently, I got a hold of a Nexus 4, and now its time for a quick review.For more detail visit http://www.geekmagazine.org/2013/03/31/nexus-4-review/
Everyone loves to customize things depending on their specific requirements. When it comes to an Android phone, the customization process starts with rooting it. It’s a rite of passage through which you open a realm of almost infinite customization. Take a note that you can replace the original operating system too if the device is rooted.Visit http://www.geekmagazine.org/2013/03/24/reasons-why-an-android-phone-doesnt-come-rooted/
Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean May Bring Some Galaxy S4 Features to Galaxy S3 and Note 2..... http://www.geekmagazine.org/2013/03/19/android-4-2-2-jelly-bean-may-bring-some-galaxy-s4-features-to-galaxy-s3-and-note-2/
Google continues to their “spring cleaning” and updates their mobile web Gmail service, renovating the site with a new, attractive look.View @ http://www.geekmagazine.org/2013/03/19/google-updates-gmail-for-all-mobile-web-users/
Samsung has launched its latest and greatest flagship phone - the Galaxy S4. Surprisingly, it sports a similar design as its predecessor. However, when you look closer, you'll notice that there are a couple of differences between the Galaxy S4...visit http://www.geekmagazine.org/2013/03/18/galaxy-s4-vs-galaxy-s3-the-real-difference/ for more detail.