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Monday, April 30, 2012

Be a God on your Windows 7 PC

Wanna be God? Of course you do. But this trick limits your godliness to your computer (We don't need another Bruce Almighty, do we?). 

Sunday, April 29, 2012

The new Google Easter Egg is a game!

We've found a new Easter Egg!!! It's an interactive game just like that Pacman doodle!

Friday, April 27, 2012

What we know and what we think we know about the "next Galaxy"

With the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy "whatsit" only days away, its time for a round up of the mostly likely to be true rumors and the true rumors (well then thy're not rumors, right?). Let's get started...

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Angry Birds Space gets the Update we were waiting for!

For all you Angry Birds fans who've flung your bird to the end of "Space", another void has opened up!

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

The backlighted E-book reader- A Glance

Most e-book readers have these advanced e-ink displays that while provide a reading experience close to that of normal books.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Breathe life into your desktop with these wallpapers

Most Windows desktops usually have a default wallpaper or maybe a sports team's logo covered by a whole load of icons.
We already showed you how to get rid of icons how to add Rocketdock to give your desktop some bling, how Rainmeter works, and more posts about this are soon to come.
Anyways all you need is a great wallpaper to top it off. How about a shift from the action-packed wallpapers you see and go for something minimal, you might like it ( I do)?

Monday, April 23, 2012

Will the Samsung Galaxy S3 disappoint?

Samsung has finally released a teaser video of the it's upcoming phone, to kick start an exciting day. Firstly Samsung posted the following tweet on twitter: “Destination: tgeltaayehxnx”, then Android Authority announced a contest in which they would giveaway a Galaxy S3 after it releases,(this contest's definitely going to draw more than a few eyeballs). So what caused the flurry of activity?

Sunday, April 22, 2012

+5 Features I want in the next iPhone

The new iPhone is coming out in June or October or whenever it decides show up( there are way too many rumors floating around). Anyways, here's a list of my most wanted additions to the upcoming iPhone.

Friday, April 20, 2012

When will companies learn that consumers aren’t dumb?

     Whether 2012 will become the “Year of Smart devices” remains to be seen. What is clear is that companies seem to believe (for now at aleast) that we need “smart” in not just phones but nearly every electronic( or top of the line TV).

Thursday, April 19, 2012

RIM is getting serious about India, makes its move

Yesterday, Research In Motion announced its most affordable smartphone from it’s Blackberry 7 lineup, exclusively for customers in India. The Blackberry Curve 9220, will cost around Rs.10,990.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

What’s holding Android back?

      There was some confusion earlier today about whether all the Windows Phone Mango’s will get Windows Phone 8 (Apollo). According to The Verge however this is wrong. Apparently no Mango phones will be getting the upgrade. Probably makes people who just purchased, say, a Lumia 710 pretty annoyed. Even Android gets it’s updates to it’s users, eventually.

      Speaking of updates, why is it that Android updates take an agonizingly long time to reach our devices?

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Free Software that's free and you've probably never heard of it

"The system that millions of people use, and often refer to as “Linux”, is a variant of the GNU system." - Richard Stallman.

     Here is Richard Stallman. He's the founder of the Free Software Movement, which means he campaigns for computer users' freedom, he also developed GNU. Linux users, without this man your Operating System wouldn't exist. The freedom he campaigns for is your freedom to redistribute, and/or control the software you use. Being the founder of the Free Software Movement, means he has to set an example, and set an example he does! Richard Stallman does not use proprietary software at all. For your information proprietary software, is software that can be only manufactured and sold by the person(or company) that owns the rights. This restriction hinders a user's freedom so Richard Stallman, doesn't even step close to this type of software. Now you might think that nearly every type of software you know is proprietary, so what does Richard Stallman use?

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Protect your WiFi and phone's Bluetooth with this simple trick

      We all hate it when our neighbors piggyback of our WiFi access. It's annoying and they could always be using your precious bandwidth. The same for cellphone users,

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Angry Birds has blasted off to Space!

    They've taken Earth, some Seasons, Rio, and now the Final Frontier, Space!. Yes, our favorite birds with the short tempers are back in an adventure that takes them to Space.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

5 things you didn't know you could do with Google

Google's iconic logo
There are lots of things that Google does other than the search engine. One example being the Google Glasses which were from the Google X Labs (an awesome R&D branch of Google that deserves it's own post). But I must take a moment to reduce my anger at Google for shutting down Google Labs.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Would you actually wear Google Glasses?

       Ummm...hmmm...I'd give this answer a conditional yes. That is if I do decide to drop $250 - 600 on a set, which depends on how functional and comfortable they are.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

An Introduction to Project Glass

       For those of you who don't know Project Glass, it's a R&D program by Google to develop Google Glasses, which is an basically as you can see above an augumented reality display that you wear like sunglasses.

Monday, April 9, 2012

The Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 Tablet has been unveiled...on Youtube!


This weekend Lenovo unveiled a product tour for it's IdeaTab S2109 tablet over the weekend on Youtube. For reasons unknown they've been quite discreet for this unveiling. Anyhow, I'll tell you what I know.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Net Neutrality... YOU deserve it!!!

    When we log on to the internet we all assume that we will be able to access whatever we want, any website, application, blog, etc. We assume that we can make use of any service we want to, be it watching videos, chatting, checking our feeds, using Facebook, or anything. What makes all of these assumptions possible is known as Net Neutrality, and it's in danger.

Vanity URls for all...Come and get'em!

 So Facebook pages...the basic display of ourselve to our friends and the world, usually with a flattering profile picture or these days a display picture (thank you Timeline). Here's one more thing that you can add to impress your friends and direct your friends to a page's URL that they are more likely to remember than a random string of numbers and letters.