South Korea Ensures Bloatware is removable

South Korea Ensures Bloatware is removable

The South Korean government recently announced new industry guidelines, instructing smartphone manufactures to ensure Bloatware can be removed by users. Bloatware, that software that comes preloaded with your smartphone that cannot be removed, only temporarily disabled is a nuisance to many users occupying space and draining battery life. South Korea,Read More …

MTN Releases the Steppa – An affordable smartphone

MTN Releases the Steppa – An affordable smartphone

MTN have developed an entry level smartphone, based on Android 2.3.5(Gingerbread). The “Steppa” dubbed as the “most affordable smartphone ever”,  is said to be on sale for R499, with good on performance and significant features. Considering the price, MTN have packed in some features one might not expect. These includeRead More …

Meet the Blackphone a smartphone geared for Privacy

Meet the Blackphone a smartphone geared for Privacy

BlackPhone is an upcoming smartphone, that is developed with intent to provide users with privacy. Blackphone is powered by a security-oriented Android build named PrivatOS, that is a carrier- and vendor-independent operating system giving individuals and organizations the ability to make and receive secure phone calls, exchange secure texts, transferRead More …