So Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 has come and gone, with it came big flagships announcements from most of the Android manufacturers. For this years event LG decided to go big with its flagship device the LG G6
LG having suffered major losses on their mobile devision last year, has decided to do away with the strategic vision they had with the LG G5, opting to end last years devices biggest selling feature, modularity, or as LG called it “LG Friends”. This years LG G6 clearly ditching any sort of innovation and sticking to their old and tested formula, big screen, plenty of software features and camera enhancements. Nothing wrong with this formula, look at the Google Pixel by Google. Continue reading →
A few weeks ago Android Developers at Google had announced that Android 7.1 would come in the form of a Developer Preview, first for the older Nexus devices to the dismay of many Nexus owners. Almost a week ago they officially announced that the preview would come to Nexus users within the month of October. Well it is finally out today.
With the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 truly finished, what other devices are out there to replace this device? First of all let’s look at what made Galaxy Note 7 great, it had great camera, screen, performance, build and battery life.
Google has today announced that the Android 7.1 Developer Preview is coming out later this month to the Developer Preview programme.
In a blog post on the Android Developers website, they have confirmed they have been working with their device partners to get them ready for Android 7.1 (Nougat). This release will also allow app developers to prepare their apps for the new Android version.
After days of silence by Samsung, regarding reports by consumers of replacement Galaxy Note 7 exploding. Samsung has on the 11th of October 2016 released a statement addressing the issue. Samsung has stated that they will be asking all global partners to stop sales of the Galaxy Note 7 and requesting all clients of the device to power down their devices and stop using their devices with immediate effect. This is for all Galaxy Note 7 devices, including the replacement devices, which were thought to be safe.
This year, like everyone else I looked forward to the Samsung Unpacked event in August. Why? Because they were going to announce the next Galaxy Note. Hours after the event reviewers and tech journalists praised the Galaxy Note 7 as the best Samsung device yet and highly recommended it. Who would have guessed that almost 2 months later they would be telling you to return it.
This week on the 4th of October 2016, Google announced their Pixel phones line, Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL, putting to rest all the rumours floating around the web and confirming one rumour that most Google fans had been hoping wasn’t true, the Nexus line was no more and the last Google Nexus phones would be the Google Nexus 5X and 6P, from here onwards it is Pixel brand, “Made by Google”.
So after many years of using a Dell E6220 as my go to travel/work laptop, I acquired a Macbook Air Mid 2012 why, you may ask? Well because it was lighter, had a better screen and a better battery .
It’s now 2016 and we are on the 3rd quarter, so after both laptops being older than some of my other tech in the house, I decided it was time to upgrade the laptop. I’ve been on the lookout for a Ultrabook, with great battery stamina and also a good build quality, but I needed the laptop to meet certain criteria, as following:
Great battery life
Great build quality
Lightweight, less than 1.5Kg
Well the wait is now over, I’ve acquired recently a Lenovo ThinkPad X260, and it meets the vast majority of my criteria with some shortfalls which I’ll explain later. Some may ask why I got a business laptop, the simple reason it fits the bill for obvious reasons it is made for business travellers, light and powerful enough for business applications on the go.
So I was going to do a long post about this issue, but seeing as I found the solution I thought it might be beneficial to just post the solution.
So if you have a National ID or Citizen Card and your ID does not have a start/issue date, you won’t be able to check-in through WizzAir website, the start/issue date is a requirement and is not optional. So as an example, if you happen to have a Portuguese “Cartão do Cidadão” Citizen Card, it does not have a issue date only an expiry date, you will be prevented from performing check-in on their website as the Issue Date entry will drop-down a calendar for you to choose a date and won’t let you save the details until that has been entered.