Micromax seems to be all planned and well prepared against the popularity and success of the Motorola Moto E. The manufacturer had introduced their answer against the Moto E in the form of Micromax Unite 2, which is a powerful and tough rival to the Moto E. This smartphone was built and priced very brilliantly to be a strong contender in the budget friendly Android Smartphone segment.
TunnelBear is a famous VPN app for desktop and mobile devices. We covered TunnelBear in its early days of release and later when it came up with the TunnelBear Android app. We also featured it among our list of Free Mobile And Desktop Apps For Accessing Restricted Websites. While TunnelBear previously provided users with the option to connect to a UK or U.S. VPN for accessing restricted websites on your Continue Reading →
Previously I reviewed the Speaktoit Virtual Assistant. Recently, this app underwent some major improvements including a unique functionality that lets Android users to teach their assistants how to respond and react to any specific command. This feature is available for premium users through a Premium account. This great new feature is likely to resolve (or at least reduce) a common annoyance that users face when mobile voice assistants don’t understand Continue Reading →
I have been using Ubuntu since version 10.10 Maverick Meerkat and recently, I even tried the latest version, i.e. Quantal Quetzal. While my experience of the OS has been mixed, I always thought that there was something missing, until now. Canonical has recently announced “Ubuntu for Phones”, which will be the smartphone version of the operating system which has significantly gained ground in the desktop market. After becoming a viable Continue Reading →
I have been testing out the latest Windows 8 operating system and started using it since the earlier builds including the Developer’s Preview edition. Recently, I got a mail from Microsoft that provided me with some very interesting information, including their latest discount offer for upgrading to Windows 8 for just $39.99, as well as a link that provided me with the option to find a Windows 8 PC that Continue Reading →
Both of the HTC Windows Phone 8X and the Windows Phone 8S have been announced and are expected to be released at the same time. Although both phones are packed with features, they are geared toward two different consumers. It’s impossible to please every consumer on the market, but by choosing to release two similar models, with a few key differences, at the same time, HTC might just appeal to Continue Reading →
When Kindle Fire landed in stores last year, it was quite obvious from the initial sales that it will go on to become a competitor for iPad and create some real competition in the tablet market. While the 1st generation of Kindle Fire tablets were not as slick as iPad, however things have become very different in the wake of the release of Kindle Fire HD.
When people search for a movie or video, many a times they end up on websites which offer pirated content. Unfortunately, there isn’t much that the affected party can do about such violations, except to report the copyrights infringement to Google and hope that the plea is found among millions of copyrights violation notices and the copyrights violator is unable to rank in Google results. Now, Google is taking a Continue Reading →
After a lack luster performance by the Windows Phone 7 in the smartphone market, Microsoft is finally looking to clean up its act and provide users with a more robust smartphone operating system. The Windows Phone 8 is nearly ready for release and some of its new features were recently provided at the Windows Team Blog. We earlier covered a few details about the extraordinary new features of WP8. This Continue Reading →