Lately, Microsoft has been bringing up lots of changes to its Windows Phone platform. With Windows Phone 8.1 (which is available as developer preview) they’ve added long awaited features like action center and voice assistant. To top it all, they recently released a file explorer app, simply called Files. What is it? An app, which … Read moreFiles for Windows Phone – A Detailed Review
Remember, last time we controlled our Raspberry Pi using SSH? While SSH brings whole Linux console from Raspberry Pi to your computer, it doesn’t really replicate the functionality of a monitor. After all, where is ‘remote control’ if you can’t see and control the desktop, right? Don’t worry, this post will teach you how to … Read moreSetup VNC on Raspberry Pi – bring your Pi’s desktop to another computer.
Cloud storage has become important these days. Everybody wants their data to be accessible from all their devices and virtually any device with a web browser. There are several cloud storage services out there. Just to name a few, there’s Sugarsync, Dropbox, Skydrive, Google Drive and so on! However, all of these services limit the … Read moreHow Did I Get 40 GB of Dropbox Storage for Free!
Dealing with hard drive partition scheme is always messy. First of all, many people don’t even understand what the thing is. Secondly, you have to be very cautious while changing anything. A tiny error and you could end up in corrupted data! When it comes to playing with hard drive partitioning problems, results range from … Read more[How To] Fix your messed up partition tables.
In last two posts, we have introduced ourselves to the Raspberry Pi and set it up correctly. We needed a monitor or a TV to see what is happening inside the Pi. However, keeping a monitor engaged all the time is not very ideal condition. Especially, if you plan to use the Pi as a … Read more[How To] Manage your Raspberry Pi Without Monitor
This afternoon, Apple has started rolling out minor updates iOS to its mobile operating system. The update applies to all the devices capable of running iOS 6, which was the last major update for iOS. The update is said to contain minor bug fixes and improvements. Here’s the full rundown: Previously, iPhone 5 software had … Read moreApple updates iOS to 6.0.1. Fixes bugs and security issues!
We use many types of devices these days. A few of them are essential while others are considered as luxury. There are things which made transition from the territory of luxurious items to that of essentials. Some devices do look like luxury items but prove to be useful and increase productivity when we actually start … Read moreProductive Luxury Items: Five things that seem like luxury but prove productive in long run!
Windows 8 has brought us many features – there’s no doubt about it. Some of them are straightforward and some obscure. One such feature is Hyper-V. Hyper-V is built right into the Windows 8 Pro to satisfy all your virtualization needs. Here is What is virtualization? Simply put, virtualization creating virtual hardware and running operating … Read more[How To] Virtualize with Hyper-V in Windows 8. No extra software needed!
As promised earlier, we’re back with another article about the delicious dish called Raspberry Pi! If you missed the first bite, you can grab it here. Also, if you have no clue what the Raspberry Pi is, here is the introduction. In this post we are going to boot your Raspberry Pi for the first … Read moreA Slice of Raspberry Pi! Starting with the Raspberry Pi software.
Windows 8 is a solid operating system. There is no doubt about it! Microsoft has really done a great job in virtually every aspect – be it design, stability or features. They even put a great amount of effort in improving the ‘Blue screen of death’. “Wait, even the mighty Windows 8 crashes with the … Read more[How to] Use Windows Refresh feature to resurrect your screwed up PC.
Gone are the days when computers used to be huge. They say that few of the earliest computers made were as huge as a normal size room. But times have changed now. Thanks to the advancements in technology, we can pack large amount of computing power right into our pockets. Heck, my phone has more … Read moreA Bite of Raspberry Pi! A computer, as small as a credit card !