What’s the next iOS got in store? What’s the latest with Google Glass? Do I need Retina display? The answers to all your mobile related questions here.
What Exactly is Retina Display?
Retina Display isn’t actually a technical term at all. It is an Apple-trademarked term. So even if another company were to use a Retina Display, they wouldn’t be allowed to call it that. The actual phrase means that the display on a device has such a high pixel density that the individual pixels can’t be made out by the human eye. Deterring that cheap-looking tessellated effect.
So, we get a beautiful screen. But is that the only difference?
Is Retina Display worth it?
The easiest comparison to make it against is, arguably, between the iPad Mini 1 and 2.
In November 2012 Apple released the iPad mini, without a retina display. It sold millions and was a revolution in the tablet market. Apple fans waited a whole year to see what improvements could be made to the iPad Mini. However, Apple disappointed when the only real change that was made was a Retina Display. Additional changes were the width and weight of the two devices being ever so slightly different. As well as an upgrade to the processor. So, really you’re paying an extra £40 for a higher quality display.
£40 isn’t that much of a difference!
So now the real question is: How isn’t Retina Display worth it?
There is a small but noticeable difference when comparing the two models. But, the iPad Mini 1 still has a great, and definitely a usable, screen. There are also better screens on the market. For instance, the LG G3. It has an amazing pixel density of 534 ppi. Whereas, the iPad Mini 2 has a pixel density of 326 ppi.
However, these days it’s probably actually harder to get a device without a Retina Display. As opposed to getting one with a Retina Display. Retina Display is no longer as unique as it once was. It is now a common feature among tablets, phones and laptops alike. So, as technology moves forward, you’re probably better off spending a small extra amount of money to get the best viewing quality.
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Best Cheap Phones on the market, right here, for your delectation.
So every time your contract is up or you break your phone, you convince yourself you’re going to find the best value phone you can buy, but you end up paying £500 or more for your phone (yes, even if you’re on a contract. See why your free contract phone is not actually free.) Finding value in a mobile phone is not always easy, so I’ve put my top five best cheap phones together in a nice list. First off, here’s what to look for to find good value:
Best Value Phones
- Latest Processers and OS
- High resolution screen
- Compatability with HSPA or 4G Networks
- Battery life
- Internal Storage and RAM
Bear in mind, as with most tech, other than the high-end products like the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy, there will be a correlation of what you get and what you pay for. So the following won’t be within a set price range, but just focus on value for money. These are also in no particular order, as each users’ needs may differ, there’s no way of knowing what truly offers the best value for you.
Top Five Best Cheap Phones
Huawei Ascend P7 – £220
OnePlus One – £229
Huawei Honor 6 – £220
ZTE Blade Q Mini – £49.99
EE Kestrel – £99.99
OnePlus One – £229
Huawei Honor 6 – £220
ZTE Blade Q Mini – £49.99
EE Kestrel – £99.99
So, here are the Top Five Best Cheap Phones
5. Huawei Ascend P7 – £220
What does it do?
- 4G Compatability
- 5″ Gorilla Glass Screen
- 1080p Video Recording
- 422 Hour Battery life on stand-by
- 16GB internal storage, 2GB RAM
Roughly £50-£60 cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy S4, it’s got pretty similar features – and in fact it’s not too far off the S5. Unlike the S4 it has Dolby Digital Plus, a front camera with 4x the MPs, and a longer battery life. And it’s a little bit lighter, too. A better camera than the iPhone 5S, it’s also got a higher resolution display than its Apple counterpart. This is one of my favourites because its sleek design doesn’t make you feel as though you have a budget phone – but this handset provides some serious value.
4. OnePlus One – £229
What does it do?
- 4G Compatability
- 5.5″ Gorilla Glass Screen
- 2160p Video Recording
- Longer battery life than the Galaxy S5
- 16/64 GB, 3 GB RAM
The OnePlus One offers what the Samsung Galaxy S5 does, for less than half the money. It’s also got a more customisable OS and a 1080p display. Not only is the device spec great – it’s stylish design means you won’t be embarrased to pull one out of your pocket. Overall the OnePlus One is amazing value for money.
3. Huawei Honor 6 – £220
What does it do?
- 4G Compatability
- 5″ 1080p Display
- 1080p Video Recording
- Longer battery life than the Galaxy S5 and the iPhone 5S
- 16/32 GB, 3 GB RAM
- Custom Octa-core CPU
Dubbed by its creators as ‘the world’s fastest smartphone’ because of it’s 4G capabilities and custom made octa-core processer, for £220 or so, this definitely has the spec to bloody the nose of any top end handset. It doesn’t have quite as stylish a design as the OnePlus One, but that’s probably down to personal preference.
2. ZTE Blade Q Mini – £49.99
What does it do?
- HSPA Network Compatability
- 4″ 480p multi-touch screen
- 5MP Camera
- Lithium Iron 1500Amh Battery
- 4 GB, 1 GB RAM
- Dual-core 1.3 GHz CPU
You can get a Samsung Galaxy Ace 4 for just over £100, but you can get the ZTE for under half that price, and it’s got double the RAM, a better processer and they look pretty similar. The ZTE is a better phone for less money, hands down.
1. EE Kestrel – £99.99
What does it do?
- 4G Compatability
- 4.5″, 960 x 540 pixel screen
- 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 CPU quad-core CPU
- Good battery life
- 5MP Camera
4G Browsing and Android 4.3 for less than £100. Don’t think that this is bad value, when you consider the rest of the phone spec and its design, aren’t of a particularly poor quality. Particularly good value if you mostly browse, and don’t need much storage.
So what are the best cheap phones?
The likes of ZTE, Huawei and OnePlus are amongst the phone manufacturers attempting to stretch both their own and your pennies. If you consider good value ‘cheap’, these are certainly the best cheap phones. These phones are definitely more attractive than similarly spec’d phones at the higher end, such as the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and the Samsung Galaxy range. For me though, the best value handset has to be the Huawei Ascend P7. Of course, there are other ways to save money on your mobile phone. If you’re looking at renewing a Business Mobile contract, you can talk to us and we’ll guide you to saving the most money possible.
Now you don’t have to be completely immersed in the gaming world to appreciate a good game for your iPhone. To make things easier, we’ve sorted our top 10 iPhone Games into 10 categories.
So, what are the Top 10 iPhone Games for 2015?
1. Arcade – Candy Crush Soda Saga. (King.com Limited)
I’m sure most people are sick of hearing about this game. It’s advertised everywhere; on TV, before YouTube videos and even on buses! But hear me out. I speak from personal experience when I say, this game is incredibly addictive. There’s no way I wouldn’t put it among our top 10 iPhone games. It follows the same concept that has been around in arcade games (such as Bejeweled) for decades. Simply replace one piece of candy with another to move the other pieces around it. However, it does have a unique element to it. On some of the levels your goal is to ‘save the bears.’ The bears are essentially just hidden gummy bears dotted around the screen. However, after you play this a couple of times you feel as though it is your duty to save these bears. These aren’t just bears in a game that you’re saving to get to the next level. These are real bears who have families and friends and if you don’t manage to save them they will inevitably drown in their soda surroundings. Moving on… This is a really brilliant game that you can play when you have a spare 5 minutes.
2. Action – Zoidtrip. (Arthur Guibert)
Zoidtrip is a simple game that is similar to the likes of the infamous ‘Flappy Bird.’ You move your Zoid left or right in order to avoid objects. If you hit an object your Zoid, unfortunately, dies. The higher your score, the more Zoids you can use to play the game. This game is so basic and yet you feel compelled to play it more and more to beat your highest score. Once again, this is the perfect game if you have a spare minute and don’t want to do anything that requires too much thinking.
3. Adventure – Can You Escape 2. (Kaarel Kirsipuu)
This is the sequel to the first Can You Escape game that was released June 2013. The aim of the game is to break out of the rooms of the house that you are trapped in. You do so by solving puzzles dotted around the house. This game requires skill and attention to detail. There are dozens and dozens of puzzles involved- Even puzzles within puzzles. You become determined to break free from the house to prove your worth in the iOS gaming world.
4. Racing – Asphalt 8: Airborne. (Gameloft)
This has been described as the free version of Forza. Yes, it’s that good. For what you’re paying (nothing) the graphics are great. It is made clear how to play on your first go which is brilliant. There’s also 56 cars available, 9 settings, 8 seasons and 180 events to choose from. Considering it’s completely free to download, this game is a must-have this year. If you’re a car fanatic or just love a good racing game I’d 100% recommend this.
5. Sports – 8 Ball Pool. (miniclip.com)
This is a classic. I actually remember being about 7 years old and playing the original game on miniclip.com. It has a special place in my heart as well as a space on our top 10 iPhone games. It ties in the classic game of pool as well as being entirely customisable. You also have the ability to challenge and play against your friends. As well as this, after you have completed a level you have the chance to win coins and exclusive bonuses. It’s everything you’d ever really need in a virtual game of pool. It definitely deserves a spot on our top 10 iPhone games.
6. Puzzle – Jelly Splash. (wooga)
I may have a somewhat biased opinion on this game. Mostly because I’ve been playing it for over a year. (I may or may not have also spent a rather large amount of money on it.) However, that does prove that you really don’t get bored with it. All you have to do is connect the same colour jelly pieces in order to accomplish certain missions. As you can tell, I’ve definitely chosen simplicity as a key factor in this list of top 10 iPhone games. But it truly is a great game. There is currently over 400 levels and more are added almost every day.
7. Card – Texas Holdem Poker. (GeaxGame Inc)
You can’t really beat a classic game of Poker. Of course, there are hundreds of variations available for download on the app store but I believe this could be your best option. This version is easily personalised and can be altered to your liking. You also have the option to play against friends and other people from around the world. As well as this you can also get involved in their lottery draw. You are also given the chance to win over 200 virtual goods.
8. Strategy – Clash of Clans. (Supercell)
Clash of Clans has been available since January 2013. Since then it has grown to become one of the most popular games of today. The aim of the game is to build and raise your own army and to lead your ‘clan’ to victory. You can fight against other virtual clans or against your friends’ clans. Although the game is free to download there are several upgrades to your village and clan that you can make for a small price. If you’re a fan of strategic games or building virtual lifestyles then this would be great for you.
9. Family – Crossy Road. (HIPSTER WHALE)
I actually downloaded this game for the purpose of this article. Whilst I was researching the top 10 iPhone games out there I found that Crossy Road was in the top charts of almost all categories. So, naturally, I felt obliged to try it. It is basically a role-playing game of the joke “why did the chicken cross the road?” It is incredibly addictive. And because of the nature of the game, it really is a never-ending game.
10. Trivia – QuizUp. (Plain Vanilla Corp)
QuizUp is one of the best multi-player trivia games out there. With more than 400,000 questions for over 550 topics there really is something for everyone. You have the option to play against friends or with other people from around the world. The more games you win, the higher you’re ranked. You earn a more prestigious status and this is shown via a name change. Because there is such a wide variety of subjects to choose from, it’s almost impossible to get bored with this game.
So that concludes our list of the top 10 iPhone games. Once again, all of the games listed above are completely free to download to your iPhone. They can be found on the App Store which comes pre-downloaded on your device. All of these apps are also available on the latest versions of iPads and iPod touchs. Please note that some of these apps may not be available if your device runs iOS 7, iOS 6 or below.
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So what is the best network for 4G? Well, there’s plenty of factors to consider. You need to consider coverage, where the best deals and packages lie and of course, speed.
What is the best network for 4G?
Vodafone offers both 12 and 24-month Red 4G plans, again starting at £13 a month, although you would have to pay up front for your phone (or at least part of the cost), if you were to commit to a contract at a Vodafone Store or on their site. These Red plans include unlimited minutes and texts, with varying data limits.
Vodafone does offer 3 months of unlimited data to all new contracts, but Vodafone UK CEO Guy Laurence stated “We won’t be going unlimited in the near future. In fact I’m not sure it will go unlimited at all”. It makes you question the loyalty they show their customers if they’re going to start rinsing you of overspend after just three months.
Given Vodafone and O2 share their base stations in order to save cash, it makes sense that their 4G services cover the same areas – 13 major cities including London, Leeds and Bradford. Vodafone’s coverage was a little patchier at first, although now that’s seemingly sorted itself out.
To see what they offer today: Best 4G Deals on Vodafone
EE (Everything, Everywhere)
EE has 4G coverage for around 2 thirds of the UK, covering 100 major towns and cities across the UK including Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Derby, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Nottingham and Sheffield. About a quarter of the UK is also eligible for EE’s double speed 4G.
EE offer 24 month 4G contracts starting at £16.99 per month (but like Vodafone, you’ll pay a portion of the cost upfront for your phone) with 500MB of data, climbing to £18.49 a month for a further 500MB. However, if you eat up data like leftover Christmas dinner on Boxing day, you can pay a premium of £38.49 per month for 20GB of 4G data.
To see what they offer today: Best 4G Deals on EE
O2 launched its 4G service on August 29 2013 across the same areas Vodafone did (see above).
O2’s prices are a bit simpler to understand. Everything is inclusive of unlimited texts and calls, the base price for a SIM-only contract on a 12 month plan is £19 for 1GB of data, with just a £1 increase for an extra 1GB of data, and £24 will get you 5GB.
If you sign up to O2’s Refresh plan, you can upgrade anytime you want and simply throw in the remaining termination fees, which basically covers anything you still owe for the handset. If you choose this route, and say, wanted a 16GB iPhone 6 for free, 4G plans start at £48 for 5GB of data, £53 for 10GB and £58 for 20GB. The best value, though, is in the 2GB plan where you pay £29.99 up front for the device and £43 per month.
To see what they offer today: Best 4G Deals on O2
Three is an interesting one. Every customer is upgraded to 4G as standard, for no extra charge. They also claim to have 4G active is over 50 ‘regions’ of the UK.
For a SIM-only plan, you can get, for £8 per month, on a 12 month contract, 500MB data, 200 minutes and unlimited texts. The most expensive SIM only plan is £30 per month, on a 1 month rolling deal, which gives you all-you-can-eat data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts.
It’s interesting though, that there’s plenty of bad reviews regarding 4G speed on Three. The 4G speeds over the other networks seem to tell the same story. A survey was done at the end of 2014, trying to determine what is the best network for 4g. With an average of 18.4Mbps EE was the fastest on average, followed by O2 at 15.6Mbps. Vodafone’s average 4G speed was 14.3Mbps.
That’s only half way between 3G and 4G speeds.
To see what they offer today: Best 4G Deals on Three
So, What is the best network for 4G?
What is the best network for 4G? I’d personally go with Vodafone. Generally excellent coverage, they offer competitive prices and with their sharer plan now available to non-business users, they probably just edge it for me.
Of course, these aren’t the only options. If you’re looking for business mobile solutions, please take a look at our Business Mobile page, or contact our corporate account manager Gavyn on 0208 232 1190.
Since its release back in 2010 Apple’s iPad has sold over 200 million devices worldwide. And to make the most of the iPad, over 1 million apps are now available on the app store.
But what are the top 10 business iPad apps?
1. Microsoft Office for iPad.
To be fair, this isn’t just one app. This is a collection of apps created by Microsoft under the category ‘Productivity.’ These include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, OneNote and Outlook. If you find yourself constantly on the move then these apps will become life-savers. Of course, they don’t provide every single feature of the desktop versions. However, considering they’re free to download (assuming that you have a subscription to Office 365) and offer you the essentials, they really are worth downloading. The interface is smooth and the graphics are crisp and fresh. These factors make the whole experience extremely enjoyable.
This incredibly useful app allows you to fill in PDFs, Excel Spreadsheets, Word documents and even lets you sign documents. I think it’s fair to say that we’ve reached a pivotal moment in history when you can sign a document without having to pick up a pen. It really is such a fast and convenient way to complete forms and documents. It is free to download and securely stores your signature and details in order to be used again and again.
3. Chrome Remote Desktop.
If you find yourself using multiple computers then it can be a pain not having access to something you have saved on a certain device. This app takes the cloud to a new level as you can now remotely access any of your online computers that you’ve set up. This makes it incredibly easy to get a hold of any information you have saved on your computer, via your iPad.
4. Google Analytics.
Google Analytics can be used to view the stats for your website. If Analytics is a big part of your role in your business then having this clear and easy to use app would be extremely useful. This is because it means you can access your Analytics data anywhere, at any time. It definitely deserves a spot on our top 10 business iPad apps.
This is one of the most beautiful word processing apps you will ever see in your life. The app was created by Apple and so was exclusively designed for the use of iPhones, iPods and, more importantly, iPads. It offers 60 perfectly designed templates and helps you create stunning CVs, reports and documents in a matter of minutes. The simplicity makes it brilliantly easy to use and gorgeous to view.
Also created by Apple, Numbers is described as “the most innovative spreadsheet app ever designed for a mobile device.” And I do have to agree. You have the ability to add tables, charts, text and images anywhere on your canvas. The app provides 30 templates for dozens of scenarios including checklists, invoices, mortgage calculators and many more. By using this app your information is displayed clearly and in a simple to understand manner.
7. Google Productivity.
Again, this is a collection of apps: Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides. More and more people are choosing Google Docs over Office now. So, these apps are perfect for if you feel you’d be more suited to the Google way of life. (For a more in-depth read on the difference between Google Docs and Office read our latest blog detailing the differences.) If you’re in need of a simple way of editing documents, spreadsheets and presentations then these are definitely worth a download.
If you often have to create presentations then this is 100% the perfect app for you. It’s ridiculously easy to create professional looking presentations using Keynotes. This is because almost everything is just a tap away. All you have to do is add the necessary information! The beauty of this app ensures its place on our top 10 business iPad apps.
9. Google My Business.
Google My Business gets your business onto Google free of charge. This app updates your business information on Google Search, Maps and more. You can connect directly with your customers and check out reviews of your organisation. As well as the ability to access the latest insights into how well your business is doing. Considering the actual app and the service is entirely free this app is well worthwhile and could result in a lot of business for your organisation.
10. Cisco WebEx Meetings.
This app is brilliant if you can’t physically make a meeting but have access to an iOS device. It allows you to experience high-quality 2-way videos for all participants in the web conference. This could be extremely useful if you are a part of an organisation that operates in more than one site. You can also import stats and documents in the form of tables, graphs and charts. These can be viewed by anyone involved in the meeting.
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Recently, Apple have been sued by a couple who were unhappy with the way Apple had deceived them and all other customers as they do not receive the amount of storage that they are told they are getting.
This is the case for a lot of phones.
You are told your phone will have 16 GB of free storage when in fact, due to the software and OS the phone downloads when it is first set up, a large fraction of this storage is lost. This generally isn’t a problem for Android or Google phones as they offer the option to insert SD cards, meaning that you can expand the amount of storage you have. However, Apple haven’t made things this simple. iPhones do not give you the option to insert an SD cards as they are still being built without SD card slots. So, the 16 GB you have (or 12.20 GB you actually have) on your phone is the only means of storage you really have. But what is the best amount of storage for an iPhone?
So how much are you really getting?
For most people a 16 GB iPhone just isn’t enough. For reference, 16 GB would hold 4,096 photos OR 3,050 songs OR 15.3 hours of film OR 8 Hollywood films OR 407 apps/games OR a combination of these. Sounds like a lot individually but I doubt there are many people who are going to fill their phone with thousands of photos but no apps, songs or film footage. I actually own an iPhone 5s 16 GB myself and having just owned it for little over six months I have to agree that there really is not enough storage. I use my phone regularly. Not every second of the day and not five minutes a day, but a fair amount. And from using my phone this fair amount, I have about 1 GB of storage left. That’s fine. I still have storage. However, this is because when I purchased the phone I kept in mind that I would not have all the storage I wanted. I have deleted many apps, photos and videos in order to keep my available storage at a reasonable level.
This shouldn’t be the case.
Ideally, you want more than 16 GB but 64 GB is just a bit too much to be good value for money. So, you get a 32 GB phone, right? Wrong! Apple have made the decision to stop doing 32 GB phones altogether as they know that people will be aware that 16 GB is too little and will want the next option up – the overly priced 64 GB option. This is almost disastrous as anyone who wants to use their phone to its full potential would have to spend a lot more money.
If you thought this was bad, Apple have also now only given users the option to buy 8 GB iPhone 5c‘s. As you can imagine, 8 GB gets you nowhere. The actual available amount of storage you get from an 8 GB iPhone is 4.9 GB which is practically useless. However, it is of course Apple’s cheaper option. And because of this lowered price I guess you have to make compromises in the actual device itself. This is unfortunate, but not the end of the world. There are rumours of plans to bring out a cheaper version of the iPhone 6 which will hopefully ensure that the iPhone 5c’s low storage is no longer a problem.
So, what is the best amount of storage for an iPhone?
It really does all depend on the person and how much you plan to use your phone and want you are going to store on there. If you use your current phone a lot and you have thousands of photos saved and dozens of apps then it could be worth going for the 64 GB or even the 128 GB option. However, if you’re happy with having a phone that can only contain the bare minimum then a 16 GB would be perfectly fine for you.
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We’re well into 2015 now and with a new year comes new technology. So, what is there to offer regarding 2015 tech?
Smartwatches are arguably the one tech product that will take 2015 by storm. Smartwatches have actually been around since 1972. But in 2009 Samsung launched the S9110 Watch Phone. This began the era of the smartwatch revolution. The idea has been gradually growing since then. Now, many technology companies have become interested in seeing how they can create a smartwatch that stands out amongst the crowd. LG have shone remarkably amongst other contenders after they mastered the LG G Watch R. It has the perfect mix of a sleek design and added features. These include; sunlight mode, theatre mode and an API for third-party apps, along with a powerful battery size of 410mAh. However, this is not all that these watches bring to the table. There are hopes for more features regarding: payment & identification, more business & fitness apps and most importantly, a longer battery life – the downfall of most modern devices.
To look out for: Apple Watch, due for release in early 2015.
This is arguably our most anticipated 2015 tech. Google first brought the Google Glass to light during 2012. They originally started selling for over £1,000 for those who qualified as “Google Explorers. This acted as a type of trial run before they became publicly available. At the same price, to any member of the public over 18 years old. As it stands at the beginning of 2015, the Google Glass offers an LED display and a touch-pad to control the device. As well as a 5 MP camera which allows you to take photos and record high-definition videos at 720p. The product also includes many existing Google apps such as Google+ and Google Maps. As well as specific ‘Google Glass applications.’ These are free for users and are built by third-party developers. Granted, all of these factors in one piece of headgear makes it a pretty amazing piece of tech. However, it has faced many criticisms following the fact that it could act as a distraction if things were to appear on the screen. For example when driving, causing a serious health and safety threat. Despite this, the Google Glass appears extremely promising and could really be the future of technology, starting from 2015.
Some of our best 2015 tech comes under this category. Of course new handsets are constantly being introduced. But, there are some changes that need to be made. The first, which I’m sure most will agree on, is increase in battery life. It’s understandable that you can’t have a ridiculously thin and light phone that performs on the most advanced processor and have a battery that lasts more than a few hours. However, it should be a top priority for mobile phone companies. Androids in particular are obsessed with creating phones that have the ability to monitor dozens of environmental factors. But these, for most, are more of a luxury as opposed to a necessity. The features drain battery life even if you don’t want it to. This is something that, if fixed, would create one of the best-selling phones on the market. Secondly, there’s screen size. It would appear that even the likes of Apple, amongst pretty much all other companies have decided that bigger is better. But in a lot of cases, it’s not. Of course it’s nice to watch HD videos on a large screen with beautiful quality and have the ability to use your phone to do work on without having to get out your laptop. But these features are no use if you can’t even use the device without having to use both of your hands. Hopefully these problems will be resolved by the end of 2015 and phone technology will have backtracked a bit in terms of a comfortable size and a longer-lasting battery life.
To look out for: Samsung Galaxy S6, due for release mid 2015.
Regarding mobile device operating systems, there’s only really two that we care about: Android and iOS. Following Android Lollipop’s release during 2014, Android M is set to be ready for use around November 2015. There’s not much that we know yet but we’re sure it will be named after something delicious. Similarly, No one knows as of now what iOS 9 will bring to the table. However, there’s an almost certainty that it should appear along with the new iPhone in September 2015. 2015 tech for operating systems could be massive this year. For now, we can only imagine the amazing things that we will be able to do with our devices in the very near tech-future.
Is that all there is in for 2015 tech wise?
Well of course not! To mention a few we can expect: 5K televisions, 5G internet and the rise of 3D printing. What we do know is that there is plenty more to come for 2015 tech. So be sure to keep an eye on our blog. This is where we post the most up to date information and advice on technology for 2015.
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