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iPhone 5’s Battery, Back Camera and Audio Flex Cable

iPhone 5’s Battery, Back Camera and Audio Flex Cable

Apple’s iPhone 5 is knocking at the doors, its design has been finalized, its production has made its pace, and the flood of leaked parts has also set its way to tech blogs. It is much expected that the iPhone 5 supply chains would reveal more and more leaked parts and information before the iPhone [Continue]

Mother’s Day 2011: Top 7 Awesome eCards For Mom

Mother’s Day 2011: Top 7 Awesome eCards For Mom

Mother’s Day is upon us, and what’s that? You haven’t gotten her a card yet? There’s still time for an eCard. We’ll show you some of the best ones we found. If you haven’t visited the eCard universe lately, you’ll be surprised how sophisticated they’ve become. Gone are the amateurish graphics and tacky music, replaced [Continue]

Top 10 new Android features

Top 10 new Android features

Google I/O has once again come up trumps, the Big G’s annual San Francisco event delivering some sensational new Android features, as well as plans to push the OS beyond smartphones and tablets. There are even plans to bring the OS into line, as Google looks to stymy fragmentation. Here are our top new Android [Continue]

How To Choose A Replacement Laptop Battery

How To Choose A Replacement Laptop Battery

We at Smart Parts have been receiving a number of questions from our customers asking to explain how to choose, use and equip new laptop batteries. Thusly, we have decided to start the series of articles dedicated to battery buying and conditioning in order to help our clients gain maximum knowledge about this topic. To [Continue]

Twicca – A Fantastic Twitter Client For Android

Twicca – A Fantastic Twitter Client For Android

Twitter is an ideal mobile platform; constantly-changing bite-sized updates fit beautifully into the hectic modern lifestyle, and it’s no coincidence the maximum length for a tweet is 140 characters: it’s based on the maximum length of an SMS, minus 20 characters for the username, as the LA Times tells us. But when you’re on the [Continue]

How to Make Your Android Phone Look Like Windows Phone 7

How to Make Your Android Phone Look Like Windows Phone 7

Inspired by today’s news about Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7‘s latest release, “Mango,” but can’t let go of your beloved Android device? Now you can at least simulate the experience of using Windows Phone thanks to a new Android app, over half a year in development, which brings a Windows Phone-like launcher to [Continue]

Top 10 Blogs to Simplify Your Life

Top 10 Blogs to Simplify Your Life

If you’ve got too much stuff, too little time, too much e-mail, not enough focus or all of these, the following blogs can help; they’re packed with examples of how to unclutter and streamline your life, and usually feature stories about others who have done the same. Marc and Angel Hack Life This couple focus [Continue]

What You Get for Your Money – Laptop Shopping Tips

What You Get for Your Money – Laptop Shopping Tips

Buying a laptop is one daunting task, perhaps one of the most daunting tech-buying tasks. There are a lot of factors to consider: screen size, RAM, hard drive size, software and price. That price aspect could be one of the most confusing things about buying a laptop. Stroll through a Best Buy or even just [Continue]

Sina Weibo Win Twitter During London Olympics 2012

Sina Weibo Win Twitter During London Olympics 2012

Sina Weibo was by far the most popular Chinese social network service during the Olympics, recording twice as many Olympics-related messages during the games as Twitter did. According to an infographic from Sina, Weibo users sent a total of 393 million messages about the Olympics. 119 million messages were sent during the opening ceremony alone. [Continue]

Intel Porting Android 4.1 to Work on Atom Smartphones and Tablets

Intel Porting Android 4.1 to Work on Atom Smartphones and Tablets

Intel is porting the Android 4.1 operating system, also called Jelly Bean, to work on smartphones and tablets using low-power Atom processors, the company said this week. The company did not provide a time frame for when the Android 4.1 port would be complete, or when the OS would be deployed in products. “Intel continues [Continue]

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