For 6 months, the website has been on hiatus due to big changes in the background and now we can finally commit to Cracktech fulltime. We are officially announing the CrackTech relaunch for 2015, and we will be keeping the old posts for the search engine results and SEO. We would like to thank the viewers […]
So, BlackBerry has a shiny new flagship to flaunt, boasting a new blazing fast CPU and GPU, sleek HD screen and a big battery boost. The BlackBerry Z30 is undoubtedly the best BlackBerry phone available now, so how does it stack up against its competitors running Android, iOS and Windows Phone 8? Does it have […]
This year’s MWC saw the arrival of a plethora of new phones from Samsung, Huawei and Sony to name a few. HTC was surprisingly absent from this year’s MWC, but they had their own special event to announce their shiny new flagship device. HTC scheduled a launch event in New York City on March 25th to unveil the brand new HTC One, also known as the M8. The new HTC One (M8) is the successor to last year’s HTC One ( M7), but HTC have decided not to rename the new device, instead opting for the “new” One instead. This might seem confusing to many, especially seeing as the new One looks very similar to the older One ( excuse the pun). Now, let’s dive right into the all new HTC One.
Ever since WhatsApp was first launched in 2011, users have been requesting for one big feature from the now Facebook owned company – the ability to disable the Last Seen timestamp. Even after releasing its app for Android, Windows Phone, BB10 and even on the Nokia Asha series, WhatsApp still did not sport the feature […]
Android 4.4 Kit Kat was announced last year along with the Nexus 5, but manufacturers have been taking quite some time to update their flagships with the latest dessert-themed Android version. HTC has promised previously that they will update the One Max before the end of March, and seems to be now keeping up to […]
Every year, the world waits and anticipates what new plethora of phones and devices are unveiled at the much coveted Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This year, Sony doesn’t disappoint, but doesn’t shock anyone either. As expected, they unveiled the successor to the Xperia Z1, the Xperia Z2 and a new wearable device, the Sony […]
Samsung has announced three new wearable devices at MWC this year, one of which is the successor to last year’s Galaxy Gear. This time around, Samsung has completely dropped the GALAXY branding, opting to go for just the “Gear” name. The Gear 2 was a frequent member of rumour mills and forums along with the […]
The Galaxy Note 3 is Samsung’s highest-end phone of 2013. With a shiny new 1080p screen, a 13MP camera, and a monstrous processor, the Note 3 is already the winner specs wise. But now with fierce competition, can the Galaxy Note 3 and its new partner, the Galaxy Gear be trump the rest and take top spot as the best Android phone? Or better yet, the best phone of 2013? Read on to find out.
Yeah, you read it right! The Moto G is Motorola’s first international phone since the takeover by Google. Ever since the launch event, the Moto G has been making waves all over the world for one reason : It’s the best budget phone right now. It sports specs that you should be seeing on high-end […]
When Samsung launched the Galaxy Note II, critics around the world questioned the move, mainly the controversial 5.5 inch screen which was, at the time HUGE. Many feared it wouldn’t fit in pockets, or might lead to hand conditions and so on. But today in 2013, 5 inchers are a common form factor, and no […]