That is right. Cortana – Microsoft’s digital assistant for Windows Phone – has been leaked. And we just tried it. Continue reading
I used to watch the Great British Bake Off on BCC One back in 2013. That was the year I left the UK. Continue reading
If you’re an Android user, and more specifically, a Google Messenger user, good news. The mobile app has received an upgrade that I’m sure, a lot of people will appreciate. 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
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
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
If you have an Android Wear smartwatch, you can make the whole selfie process a lot easier. Here´s how.
Google has a dedicated camera app available on the Play store for tablets and smartphones with Android 4.4 or later. Continue reading
You might have heard of BitTorrent, the “leading software company with the fastest torrent client and sync and share software”. Well, add Bleep, “a fun & safe messaging app for private conversations”, to its list of software solutions. 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
I have SwiftKey installed on my Moto G, but to be honest, I don’t use it as much as I thought I would. Even with its swipe technology, I find myself typing normally, letter by letter, and sometimes that can be a slow process (I sometimes confuse letters and end up deleting an entire word because of a mistake). Continue reading
Don´t want to pay $10 for a Spotify/Deezer/Play Music monthly subscription? We may have found a free and attractive option. Continue reading
Android Wear is a platform worth exploring: there are so many things you can do with an Android enabled watch. 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
I just went on the Internet looking for new websites to stream free movies, and to be honest, it is getting quite hard to enjoy content without paying. I guess this has to do with services like Netflix or LoveFilm, where you only have to pay $10 dollars (or your local currency) to enjoy unlimited access to movies and TV series – and avoid spending time looking for bad quality content from unknown sources.
I just realized many of our readers share EPELTECH´s passion: live TV. Watching Mexican live television is quite hard, a while ago you could do it by subscribing to esmas.com, but the service was only compatible with PC devices. The live TV streaming era is approaching, with more and more options available, including FilmOn, TVCatchup and Sky, the latter two services available in the UK.
Mega just released a new Android app that lets you have your documents wherever you are.
WARNING! Try this at your own risk
Would you like to try Facebook Home before anyone else? Keep reading 😉 Continue reading
Yesterday, Facebook introduced its phone, the HTC First, and a new interface called Home. Continue reading
RIM has launched a new website that lets you try the new BlackBerry Z10. Continue reading
Fast & Furious 6, the official app trailer is now available. Continue reading
Facebook Home images emerge before April 4 event.
Would you like to have Google Now on Android Gingerbread?
Temple Run: Oz, now available for Android. Continue reading
That´s right, Tamagotchi is back in the form of an app.
Over two weeks after the announcement, EA is releasing Real Racing 3. Continue reading
Photoshop Touch is now available for Android and iPhone. Continue reading
HTC is planning to announce its newest flagship device later this month. Rumored to be named the HTC M7, HTC is hoping to continue its trend of introducing a new and innovative technology in its newest flagship device. The leaked specifications for the handset have indicated that the phone touts a 13 megapixel camera, which would be no slouch on its own, but nothing we haven’t seen before. Continue reading