As you may have noticed, the market for tablet-sized goodies have grown bigger than it ever was, and fans and customers who once opted for much-loved iPad, now have options ranging from different brand names like ‘Samsung’, ‘Sony’ or even ‘HTC’. Sure enough, due to all this newfound love for slates, there are more and more companies entering the industry too. And that as expected, leads to competition (Yes! And that’s what we always wanted. It sure was high time we got our pick to choose the best).
Last year was a blast!!! At least in the electronic and gadget industry, as we witnessed the release of a variety of ground-breaking devices. Proof? The Samsung Galaxy S3, HTC One X, Note 2, Lumia 920, Nexus 7 and so on. Anyways, as we move on to another fresh year, here is the list of electronics we are expecting to see... Ready? Here's no. 10...
Now, if you noticed, it has been a while since we last updated the reviews column. Well, that’s because we didn’t get any new test device to lay our hands on. We’ll talk more on our disappointments later on, but what we have to show you here is a new, or rather my own 'HP Pavilion g6-1241 se'.
Firstly I must tell you that the entire set is not flashy and new. Its three months old now, and was kept as a backup article if we didn’t get anything to test. Nevertheless, it is still a review-worthy machine as I shall explain in this review.
Firstly, let me tell you, no mobile phones were "bricked" while making this article. Anyways in our terms, an electronic device is essentially "bricked" when a serious misconfiguration such as, corrupted firmware or a hardware problem aids to the breaking of the phone; in other words, the phone can no longer function.
No, No, No. It is, a fair comparison. I would say that because what we have here are two smartphones, with the latest hardware and equally new software. So what we should get here are fairly equal comparisons and hopefully, similar results.
It’s been a while since we got to review a decent phone. But we did get our reward for waiting, as we got our hands on our third device-Samsung Galaxy Note. And yep, if you noticed, it is going rather slow for us, partly because markets here rarely lend any devices for more than ten minutes and partly because we are still…unknown.
But we don’t care. And so what we did this time round is get our hands on one of my dear friends ‘own’ Galaxy Note for a couple of hours. Not a pin-point review here but an in-depth one nonetheless.
How it Works
TORRENTS: When you download a (.) torrent file, you are essentially downloading a small file that contains information on the larger files you want to download. The torrent file tells your torrent client the names of the files being shared, a URL for the tracker, and more.
Your torrent client then calculates a hash code, which is a unique code that only your torrent has—kind of like an ISBN or catalog number. From there, it can use that code to find others uploading those files, so you can download from them.
We needn't do this because Pirate Bay is anyways banned in our country. But it still is quite famous across the rest of the world for its vast array of available torrents and lawsuits clinging to it. The site is also quite well-known within the film, television and music industries, thanks all the free downloads that ruins their yearly incomes.
Seems like nothing great is going on within the Nokia stables, as they went into a rather disappointing week this May. Firstly, they said that another new update will be required for Lumia phones to visit the Windows Marketplace (further highlighting the downfall because of bugs in their flagship Lumia models), then they dropped Skype for the Lumia 610, scrapped the Symbian Carla OS and also witnessed the Samsung pull ahead of all sorts of visible competition with the Galaxy SIII.
Silently, over a two-month period, we held a ‘Browser battle’. Yep, as the name states, we have lined up the top-10 browsers used by visitors to view this web-site.