Creativity, design thinking, and innovation were all on display as the finalists in the South African phase of Huawei’s global Apps UP Competition were…
Android allows users full control and customisation of its devices through a process known as “rooting”, however, there are some risks involved. The big question, therefore, is whether it is worth rooting your device, possibly voiding your warrantee, just for a few more options? Simply put, yes. Here’s why.
When I received my HTC Desire earlier this year, a lot of time and effort had gone into researching which phone I would upgrade to. I choose the Desire, not because I thought it was the best device (spec wise it definitely wasn’t), but rather, because seemed like the natural successor to Google’s Nexus One, for the possibilities it provided. And those possibilities lay in its customisability.
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