“We are very excited to announce the release of the NextShark App,” says Benny Luo, CEO of NextShark. “I started NextShark 5 years ago with only $3,000 when there was little media presence about Asian issues. Instead of being written off, I sought to create a platform that would empower and amplify our voices.”
A new report shows that users of iPhones in China earn significantly less than those who use local brands such as Huawei and Xiaomi.
Such iPhone users are seen as part of the “invisible poor,” a group who seem capable of spending more than they can actually afford.
LyfieEye is a unique camera that can take spherical 360-degree photos and videos using Android smartphones.
“By tapping your smartphone’s existing capabilities like display, battery and external connectivity we’ve eliminated redundant features (and unnecessary cost) for our users,” founders of LyfieEye explained on its Kickstarter fundraising page.
A popular Android app that records mobile screen data could be either extremely valuable, or extremely dangerous.
Sometimes the Snapchats that friends and family members share are worth saving, but one of Snapchat’s most valued features is its single-view limit on shared pictures and videos.
According to British independent tech reviewer MrWhosetheBoss, it only takes seven simple steps to transform a smartphone into a holographic device. You only need an X-Acto knife, a ruler, an old CD case (which is essentially useless anyway), some tape, and pen and paper.
Here are the seven simple steps to building your own 3D hologram:
In what is possibly the greatest smartphone flaw ever exposed, an online safety firm is warning Android users that a single virus-laden text could give hackers complete control over their phones.
The flaw, which was discovered by mobile security firm Zimperium, affects the vast majority of Android phones, or about 950 million devices worldwide.