Zeiss and Nokia aim to ‘set new imaging standards’ for phones

Zeiss and Nokia aim to ‘set new imaging standards’ for phones
Optics specialist Zeiss has teamed up with Nokia on a partnership that aims to "set new imaging standards within the smartphone industry". The German firm will work with Nokia phone maker HMD Global to improve the quality of the overall imaging experience on phones, from software and services through to screen quality and optic design. This new collaboration continues the shared history of Zeiss and…

Have details of the Samsung Galaxy X been leaked?

Have details of the Samsung Galaxy X been leaked?
When you're as excited as we are about the release of a new smartphone, you'll grab hold of any little nugget of information that emerges.From newspaper quotes from unnamed sources to unsubstantiated rumours on forums, you'll take what you can get in order to find out what will be on offer.So you'll understand how excited we were when Dutch technology site TechTastic published an image…

Apple working on extended life microchip

Apple working on extended life microchip
It has been reported that Apple is developing the technology to develop its devices' battery life to avoid user reliance on third party devices. The new technology would come in the form of a battery management chip which would considerably extend the battery life of a device.A source has revealed that Apple has set up two design centres, one in California and one in Germany,…

Which top-of-the-range smartphone is the fastest charging?

Which top-of-the-range smartphone is the fastest charging?
There's no getting around the fact that smartphones eat up a lot of battery power. There are plenty of good reasons for this - the devices are very advanced and more like small computers than simple phones. With internet access and apps that offer games and services, the smartphone has become an essential part of daily life. However, charging is more of an active consideration than…

Apple Watch 2.0 Beta: Be cautious

Apple Watch 2.0 Beta: Be cautious
Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel, was certainly on the money when, in 1965, he predicted that computing power and processing speeds would increase exponentially, year after year. Just look at the world around you and you can see how far we’ve come in terms of technology. Nowadays, it seems that pace has accelerated to quite an unbelievable speed and so it is that the slightest…

Lenovo outlines the future of connected devices

Lenovo outlines the future of connected devices
At its first global technology event, Lenovo outlined its vision for how its products will change the lives of people around the world, principally through an even greater interconnection of devices. There are five ways in which this will happen. They include developing more natural ways for people to be connected, constructing connections that are more reliable, pairing up more devices, providing people with the…

Keep it CleanKeep it Clean

No matter how you choose to sell your mobile phone, there is one thing you should do first – erase all personal data. Your phone has a wealth of personal information inside it, from the content of text messages to the numbers of all your contacts. Some people even store vital information relating to finance of banking in their phone’s memory and smartphones such as…

Keys to Touchscreen – Are You Ready?

Getting used to the latest mobile phones and tablets might not be high on your list of things to do, particularly if you’re of the I’m-used-to-this-one school of thought. According to Apple, touchscreens are the present and future. According to Blackberry, it’s not quite time to count out keypads. Here are a few pros and cons for the touchscreen virgin thinking of an upgrade (and…