Moxier Pro is pre-installed on most recent Sony Ericsson Smartphone with Android, e.g. Xperia Mini Pro. We'll tell you what it does, and if you really need it.

Published in Introduced

Sony Ericsson (now Sony without the Ericsson) pre-installed an app called "Moxier Pro" on many 2011+ smartphones with Android. This app not only uses up a hefty 11 MB of scarce internal memory, but also some RAM. In this article you will learn how to successfully uninstall this app, with a friendly step-by-step guide.

Published in Tutorials
Friday, 16 November 2012 18:06

The Lumia 820 Review

The Lumia 820 is one of the new Windows Phone 8 devices. Nokia is not new to the Windows Phone business and tries again to create a powerful device combining function, design and competetive price. Not an easy task for Nokia especially when using an operating system that comes with compromises itself. Read how it performs in the full length and detailed review.
Published in Reviews
Friday, 10 February 2012 11:38

Bluetooth Tastatur - Periboard 804 [Review]

Hand aufs Herz. Emails schreiben, Spielen und Office geht mit Tastatur einfach besser! Bei mobilen Geräten ist Bluetooth schon längst Standard, also warum nicht gleich diese drahtlose Verbindung nutzen für eine Bluetooth Tastatur. Daher habe ich mal solch ein praktisches Hilfsmittel getestet und das ganze in einem Video zusammengefasst.

Published in Tests / Reviews
Friday, 02 December 2011 15:53

3D-Fotos mit dem Xperia Mini Pro

Seit Firmware Version 4.0.2.A.0.58 kann das Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro (und alle anderen 2011 erschienen Android Modelle von SE) auf 3D-Fotos aufnehmen. Wie das genau und ob es überhaupt funktioniert schauen wir uns etwas genauer an.

Published in Tutorials
Tuesday, 14 February 2012 19:08

Bluetooth keyboard Periboard 804 [Review]

We obtained a Perixx Periboard 804 bluetooth keyboard for a tablet pc. Here is how it performed in our editor's test.
Published in Reviews
Friday, 11 January 2013 12:42

Daschmi - Real World Scenario Benchmark

The DaSchmi test is a real world benchmark of smartphones and tablets. Any phone with basic multitasking-capabilities, internet, camera and calculator can run the test-procedure. We don’t compare numbers and tech specifications. The only thing that does matter is the overall performance of the operating system that is visible to the human eye.
Published in Tutorials

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