Shopping days are running out rapidly, panic buying will soon be setting in. The festive period is nearly upon us and all of the shops are playing that peskily annoying Christmas music that we have all heard a million times before. The old ladies are saying “Oooo I love this tune” to the latest Cliff Richard dross and the young men are all walking around with their hands covering their ears.
Well, my recommendation is this.
Forget the shopping centres, leave the baying hoards to their retail
therapy fighting and head on to one of two websites to obtain this years must have gift.
Whether it be for your loved one or your teenager the plain fact is that if you were to hand over a pair of the wonderfully magnificent RHA-MA 600i headphones on December 25th then you will go down in the annuls of history as the person who gives the best presents ever.
Don’t believe me? Try it.
I had the pleasure of reviewing a pair of these earphones back in October and the sheer quality took me by surprise particularly when paired with the most reasonable price of £59.95
The plain fact is that it doesn’t matter if they are a present for someone else or even yourself, you will be blown away and every penny will be well spent.
Don’t hesitate, make someone’s Christmas. Head on over to Amazon or even RHA’s own website and pick up a pair of RHA MA-600i’s.
Christmas Gift Guide 2013: RHA MA-600i is original content from Coolsmartphone.com
is staging a major comeback in China… and that’s before Apple has sold even one smartphone through the country’s largest wireless carrier. New data from Counterpoint Research
show that Apple’s iPhone has seen a major resurgence in China over the past couple of months as its market share in the country has jumped from under 5%
in September 2013 to around 12% in October 2013. This surge in iPhone sales, which unsurprisingly coincided with the launch of the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c, vaulted Apple from sixth place all the way up to third place in just the span of a month.
Meet the Galaxy Note 3. We’ve already penned our Samsung Galaxy Note 3 review and we were pretty impressed. It’s powered by a quad-core 2.3GHz CPU and has 3GB of RAM with a 13 megapixel camera.
Big yes, but it’s popular too. 10 million of these have gone to shifted to networks, distributors and retail channels. If you want to be number ten million and one, check the review. Other specs include that 5.7″ 1920×1080 pixel AMOLED screen, 32 (or 63GB) of memory and a microSD card slot, GPS, WiFi, 3.5mm audio port and that S Pen.
Galaxy Note 3 shifts 10 million units is original content from Coolsmartphone.com
Santa, as you know, will be unloading his sack in your front room very soon. On Christmas Eve you can not only track his movements on Google Maps, but you can also now follow the jolly fella via this Android app too.
The app includes lots of little games to keep the kids amused until Christmas and there’s Chromecast integration too. If your little ones can’t sleep on Christmas Eve, show them just how close Santa is getting and it should either send them off to sleep pretty quickly or wide awake pretty instantly, depending on your point of view.
Santa Claus is coming to town, follow him on your mobile is original content from Coolsmartphone.com
No one realised the potential of the franchise when the original Grand Theft Auto launched way back in the depths of beyond. The top down splat them up was a great success and was swiftly followed by sequel after sequel with the latest installment becoming one of the fastest selling and highest grossing games in history.
Capitalising on this success, Rockstar, the games publisher have now released Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas to the app store for iOS – however it is currently only available if you are in the US of A.
Priced at $6.99, for obvious reasons you must be at least 17 years of age to download the game which is supported on the following devices: iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPod Touch 5th gen, iPad 2, 3rd and 4th gen, iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPad Mini with Retina Display.
There is no information as to if and when the game will be available for UK users but if you are in the US you can purchase from here.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas now for iOS is original content from Coolsmartphone.com
If you’re a GMail user then, if you’re honest, you’re probably never offline. However, if you do ever disconnect yourself, you’ll know that setting a vacation message is a bit of a pain. Currently in GMail you’ll need to log onto the normal web interface to set it up.
Now version 4.7, which you can download here, adds this functionality plus the ability to print in KitKat.
This version also sees the end of that “Unable to open this type of attachment” message, with uprated support for zip and tar attachments.
If you’ve not got the update yet, here’s the APK.
GMail for Android updated with vacation responders and more is original content from Coolsmartphone.com
Winter storm Dion has been wreaking icy havoc across the US for a few days, but now it’s hitting technophiles where it hurts: phone shipments. Customers who pre-ordered the Moto G have been receiving emails from Motorola, explaining that bad weather has stalled operations at the company’s Fort Worth facility. Long story short, Moto G deliveries are going to be to be delayed, and there’s no firm date on when the devices will ship out. The email posted on Android Central does mention a December 17th shipping date, but the website reports that it varies from person to person. Whatever date they get, buyers will receive their orders the next day, thanks to Motorola spreading goodwill (and softening the blow) by shipping out all units overnight for free.
Filed under: Cellphones, Mobile
Source: Android Central
If you've been jonesing to spend some HD quality-time with Carl Johnson on your iDevice, the wait is over. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is available from iTunes right this moment for $7, and is compatible with most recent iOS gizmos. If you want to roll with Officer Tenpenny on a different mobile platform, Rockstar Games tells us that the promised Android and Windows Phone versions will hit next week. Just remember: What happens in Las Venturas, stays in Las Venturas.
Filed under: Cellphones, Gaming, Mobile
Earlier this week we brought you the harrowing tale of a man who tried to get his burnt Galaxy S4 replaced
but was told by Samsung
that he needed to keep quiet about it before they’d send him a new device. wp-Hub points out
has now graciously/opportunistically offered to fill the hole left by the man’s scorched Galaxy S4 smartphone by offering him a free Lumia device with no strings attached, which is probably the strategy that Samsung should have used
instead of sending him a letter asking him to take down his YouTube video of the burnt Galaxy S4. Nokia says it wants to send the man a Lumia so he can “experience how customer service should really