HP Slate 7 Voicetab – Design and Features


From a glance the HP Slate 7 Voicetab looks metallic. It is actually plastic, and has a good feel to it. The HP Slate 7 Voicetab is light and reasonably compact for a 7-inch tablet. It doesn’t have as much blank space above and below the screen, even though it has stereo front-facing speakers. It is also significantly – HP has managed to craft a classy-looking tablet.

The tablet has a removable backplate, which hides a microSD slot and dual SIM slots – one micro and one full-size. These SIM slots let the HP Slate 7 Voicetab act like a big phone. A 1.2GHz quad-core processor with 1GB RAM powers the Slate 7 Voicetab and it seems fast enough to run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean smoothly. Apps open quickly and there are no obvious lag when scrolling through homepages or menus.

HP Slate 7 Voicetab – First Impressions

This is a solid product at a competitive price, and a very cost-effective way of getting an always connected Android tablet.


Etisalat Announces Possible Outages to Network Operations


Etisalat Nigeria today announced possible disruptions to its operations and services as a result of the current nationwide scarcity of petroleum products. Management stated that the company is working assiduously to minimise the impact given the circumstances. Read the rest of this entry

HTC releases official Mail app for Lollipop devices on Google Play Store

HTC Mail App

HTC released the official Sense Mail app in the Google Play store. The application functions like any other modern email app – one can read and compose emails, create folders, and manage multiple email accounts using it. Read the rest of this entry

‘Need for Speed’ teaser trailer


It’s been almost two years since the last NFS game out and just in case you thought EA has given up on the series, a new one is coming this year.
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New scam uses Windows Live ID to capture information


According to Kaspersky Lab, experts are warning of a new scam that uses Windows Live ID as a bait to catch personal information stored in user profiles on services like Xbox LIVE, Zune, Hotmail, Outlook, MSN, Messenger and OneDrive – Which are currently available across Africa as well as globally. Read the rest of this entry

Android update battery problems: How to fix poor battery life following Android 5.0 Lollipop update


Users are reporting battery life issues running the latest Android update. Here’s how to get around the problems

Should I install Android Lollipop? 

Well, so much for Lollipop improving battery life. Read the rest of this entry

WhatsApp for BlackBerry 10 updated with voice calling


A week after it was launched to iPhone users, the WhatsApp voice calling feature is now officially available to all BlackBerry 10 users. The update is currently available through BlackBerry World. Read the rest of this entry

Voice Calls now available on WhatsApp for iOS

When its calling feature hit Android gadgets a couple weeks ago, WhatsApp founder Brian Acton said the tool would make its way to iOS soon enough. Well, today’s the day. Read the rest of this entry

PS4 System Update 2.51 Rolls Out


Sony has begun rolling out a new system software update to PlayStation 4, bringing with it various tweaks and improvements to the previous firmware build. Read the rest of this entry

Receive Direct Messages from anyone on Twitter

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Twitter has made changes to its direct message (DM) feature, now you can receive private messages from other users, even if you don’t follow them. The feature is available in the form of a new setting, which is turned off by default. Read the rest of this entry