That is right. Cortana – Microsoft’s digital assistant for Windows Phone – has been leaked. And we just tried it. Continue reading
This is the first time I write a film “review”, so please, go easy on me. Yesterday, I went to see the Minions movie, and to be honest with you, it was quite boring. Continue reading
Showtime is a new app by CBS that lets you Stream live TV, films and TV series on your iPhone and iPad without a cable subscription. Here’s how to use it outside the US. Continue reading
If you feel the content you post on Facebook might end up in the wrong hands, here’s a “secure” social network to try out. Continue reading
Skype is now available on the web, thanks to a brand new official website that enables you to make video/audio calls and send messages right from your favorite browser. Continue reading
SoundHound – the developer behind the music recognition system by the same name – has launched Hound, a new digital assistant for Android. We got an invite and tried it on the Moto G 2013, here is what we think. Continue reading
There are plenty of apps on the App Store that offer to help you read emails swiftly. Spark joins the lot and tries to differentiate itself with a “fun, friendly and fully customizable” experience.
I have a contract free Android phone, and have to be watching my mobile data usage. Mexican mobile carriers charge a fortune for a MB. Continue reading
Nokia´s radio, MixRadio is now available for Android and iOS, so we decided to try it and see if it is worth the download. Continue reading
We found out a week ago that Google Maps now displays public transport directions in Mexico City. I know it may not sound like a big deal, but Mexico City is one of the biggest cities in the world – so it´s good to have an alternative way of travelling, other than by car or walking. Continue reading
We decided to try Uber in Mexico City, here’s what to expect. Continue reading
We tried Beats Music, and decided to compare it with Spotify. This is what we think. Continue reading
Browsing through the Play Store, I stumbled upon an interesting app for Android called Weather Time, which is featured in the section “Editor´s choice”. As a weather enthusiast, I decided to pay the $0.99 price tag and try it – hopefully, I won´t regret it. Continue reading
Facebook has released a new app called Hello. But do not, for one moment, think that it intends to compete with Whatsapp´s new VoIP calls (just this week, some iPhone users are able start using this feature as part of a “rollout”); that would be just stupid – Whatsapp was acquired by Facebook not too long ago. Continue reading
We´re close to finding the true – free and unlimited – Spotify replacement. Netease Music, a Chinese music app for Android wants to compete with the monthly-subscription service with a solution that we think it´s worth trying. Continue reading
Do you still use Facebook? Many of my friends disappeared from the social network a few years ago. Now, we (my friends and I) think Twitter offers a more serious solution. Continue reading
We love trying new stuff. Even though we’re not in the United States, we managed to try HBO Now, the new subscription app by, you guessed, HBO. Continue reading
We like Spotify, but we have to admit their $9.99 monthly subscription is not in everyone’s budget. Well, good news, we just found a viable, more affordable alternative. Continue reading
We love travelling and just noticed a new travel app on the App Store: Gogobot. Continue reading
Today Twitter released Periscope, an app focused on live streaming. How does it work? Pretty simple. Continue reading
Vessel is a service that wants to give YouTube a run for his money, content-wise, with a range of curated videos. Yesterday, Vessel released its iPhone and iPad app on the iTunes Store, and we decided to ty it and see if YouTube has a reason to be scared. Continue reading
We know, we know… EPELTECH Magazine hasn´t seen any action in the last few months, but managing a Spanish version (you can read our sister site EPNORTECH here) is time consuming. But hey, we are back and we´ll keep updating as much as possible to provide you with interesting and useful content. Continue reading
Would you like to watch free HD films on your Android device? Here´s a great app you should check out. Continue reading
Can an app actually extend the battery life of your iPhone? Continue reading
The stock iPhone Lock screen leaves a lot of untapped potential on the table, and for that reason it’s no surprise that we see so many jailbreak tweaks that focus on modifying the Lock screen.
Discover free apps on your iPhone, iPod or iPad.
EPELTECH, the app, is available on SlideMe. Continue reading
Siri on Android and speaking Spanish!
Do you want to have a Nintendo 64 emulator on your iPad, iPhone or iPod?
Do you miss your old Polaroid camera?
Did you know you can use Windows 8 on your iPad?
Do you find auto correct annoying? Continue reading
Is your Internet connection slow? Would you like to know the real speed of your broadband? Continue reading
The new iPad is here!
Watch all-tech videos HERE Continue reading
I have been using the HTC Desire HD for a couple of weeks and there are two features that I like the most. Continue reading
CloudOn has finally brought Microsoft Office to the iPad.
Word, PowerPoint and Excel can now be accessed on the multi-touch gadget from Apple. Continue reading