Interesting findings about WCDMA Cell ID

I have lately received quite a few feedbacks about my GSM tracker. In case you have not used it before, here is the link. I myself rarely use it these days since it does not have much to do with my job, but I used to learn about everything related in the days when Symbian […]

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14-10-10 | Comments Off on Interesting findings about WCDMA Cell ID |

How to create your own Android spy app

Like many, I know nothing about Java. Oh wait a minute, Java and C++ have similar syntax and I did learn the latter. But still, I have no clue about how to create an Android app, not to mention Android spy apps. But this should not be an obstacle. I recently get to know that […]

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14-06-26 | Comments Off on How to create your own Android spy app |

Why iPhones have better battery life than most Android devices

Although I never own an iPhone, I have the impression that in terms of gaming, video playback and internet browsing those iOS devices always have better battery life than most Android phones, if not all. This has changed a bit since the release of LG G2, which has unbelievable battery life. For the first time, […]

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14-06-05 | Comments Off on Why iPhones have better battery life than most Android devices |

The ultimate guide to save battery on Android

I mostly cover cell phone tracking apps, news and technology on this blog, but sometimes I also write on battery life as it’s the basis for all activities on any device. Without enough power, apps, GPS, WiFi and cell tower triangulation technology won’t work, not to mention to record your handset’s location continually. In a […]

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13-12-18 | Comments Off on The ultimate guide to save battery on Android |

Handset makers promise to protect our mobile devices

Over the past months, I have found that New York law enforcements lead the cell phone tracking field (you know it if you have liked this), they are always trying their best to ask for cooperation from carriers in tracking the lost mobile devices. This time, it’s not the carrier but the handset manufacturers’ turn […]

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13-06-15 | Comments Off on Handset makers promise to protect our mobile devices |

Can you stay anonymous in the digital world?

We have always tried hard to protect our privacy in both the real world and virtual world while there are others or companies or government want to pry into or take advantage of our private data for whatever purposes. In today’s digital world, while we enjoy the great pleasure and convenience brought by those electronic […]

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13-04-26 | Comments Off on Can you stay anonymous in the digital world? |

Why can’t you track a missing phone using Plan B

Here by missing I mean stolen or lost handset, not misplaced. By phone I mean Android, not iPhone (I do not have an iPhone although Plan B does have an iOS version) or Symbian (lots of people ask me for help have a Symbian device, but it’s out of the question to track a handset […]

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13-03-24 | Comments Off on Why can’t you track a missing phone using Plan B |

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