A mix of tech and non-tech reasons The sermon has been poured out enough number of times on how the Smartphones and the rest of mobile-breed are making your children dormant by the day. You would hardly contradict given the fact that kids today have deserted those games we cherished till the 90s – Hide & Seek and the likes of it – and are seen struggling with the virtual Continue Reading →
Students make assignments and take notes daily and they need budget laptops and tablets for completing their tasks. Although tablets are much expensive than laptops and they offer very less features as compared to laptops, but they are in high demand among students and various varieties of these tablet computers are now available. IPad was the only tablet few years ago, but now due to the advancements in technology other Continue Reading →
Cell phones have probably reached the end of their natural life cycle and maybe are close to being replaced by a more lucrative technology (Hybrids anyone?). Not to mention there are already a wide range of hybrid devices entering the market and are likely to become better in coming years. There is even talk of Windows 8 based Hybrid devices with a SIM card with conventional microSD slots. Until the Continue Reading →
Sorting through and deleting contacts on Android individually can be quite annoying. Especially, if you have imported a ton of junk contacts from Google. Contacts Remover is a free Android app which makes it possible to select and delete multiple contacts on Android.
Apple has released their new upgrade of the firmware called iOS 6. There are quite a few features about this wonderful OS that have pleased people with iPhones, iPads and the latest generation iPod Touch devices. Below is an overview of a couple of the latest iOS 6 updates.
People, especially iOS users, might not have realized how much their everyday routine has grown dependent upon Google’s excellent mapping service and the turn-by-turn navigation instructions offered by it. However, when Apple announced that Google Maps will no longer be available as a native iOS app, there was a huge outcry. Apple promised to make up for the loss with a maps app of their own, but when Apple Maps Continue Reading →
Web apps aimed at mobile users are really underrated. If a developer has put proper effort into it, a web app can be as good and useful as an ordinary app available in the App Store or Windows Phone Store. A lot of people usually complain about Windows Phone’s lack of good apps, and these complaints are largely justified. But if you take the presence of WP-focused web apps into Continue Reading →
Despite constant rumors of its arrival in the Windows Phone Store, we are still without Instagram. Even the revamped WP8 platform can’t boast of having an official Instagram client just yet. Microsoft and Nokia have been making serious efforts to bring the famous photo sharing service to Windows Phone 8, but with no success so far. As can be expected, there are plenty of third-party Instagram clients available for Windows Continue Reading →
Services like Skype, Viber and Tango have completely changed the concept of conference calling and VoIP in recent years, but an even bigger revolution was the arrival of these clients to smartphones. After all, apps that have free voice chat offer a functionality that seems to be tailor-made for a phone. The concept might have been perfected with the passage of time, but there is still room for improvement in Continue Reading →
When Windows Phone 7 replaced Windows Mobile, it was clear that Microsoft is trying to attract users with the use of simplicity. With the passage of time, however, a lot of people started complaining of WP7’s lack of even the most basic apps and utilities. First there was the whole copy/paste issue, and then the lack of Bluetooth file transfer turned users away. Apart from these major issues though, there Continue Reading →