Search engines have been definitely one of the most revolutionary internet ideas ever since the inception. With a couple of clicks, you can find almost anything you want. Search engine companies have also been working on enhancing the experience by adding more features and tools to get the data to you in a faster and better way; like … Read moreWhy You Should Use DuckDuckGo Over Other Search Engines
As we all know, Android devices are praised by all for the extent to which they can be customized and there’s no denying that. There’s an endless number of things that you could possibly do with your device once you root it and then there’s no turning back. One such thing to do is unlocking … Read moreWant To Unlock Boot Loader On An Xperia Device? Here’s how.
The Nexus 6 that was unveiled some time back not only brought us a new high-end smartphone, but also unveiled the all new Android L. Till now, Android L has been an exclusive to the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9 except for devices running the developer’s preview version of it. But that is about … Read moreAndroid L Source Codes Are Here
Microsoft Office is the most popular user interface for writing and editing variety of files like documents, presentations, spreadsheets, graphics and databases and out of these the most popular is the Microsoft Word. Microsoft Word is an industry standard and it is important for small business owners to know there is no point spending money … Read more5 Best Microsoft Word Alternatives That Are Free
As all of us know by now, the Android One smartphones were put out for sale to public in India two days ago and the response has been very good. Google had tied up with three Indian OEMs namely Micromax, Karbonn and Spice to bring out three Android One smartphones: Micromax Canvas A1, Spice Dream … Read moreOut Of Stock In 2 Days, MediaTek Predicts Good Sales For Android One Smartphones
Android has always been the most flexible operating system ever build on Linux for smartphones. However, basically Android is an Open Source License distribution program. Many mobile manufacturers develop their own skins and UI as per their own convenience for their Android Smartphones. However, not always these companies are able to provide what basically a user wants. If you are a … Read moreCyanogenmod Vs Stock ROM! What would you prefer?
Since the launch of Android, it has become the most productive and most modified operating system ever built on Linux. Android’s open source power makes it the best selection for customization among the developers. All the companies no matter Samsung, HTC, Sony, Micromax, Karbonn etc are using the Android version, developed and managed by Google Inc. Apart from Google there … Read moreCyanogenmod a deeper sneak peek! What Cyanogemod is planing for non-rooted users?
In the midst of all raging talk on technology, Google unveils its new pet, project Ara into the limelight of tech savvy Market. Google has already set its eyes on the open hardware platform in the world of mobiles and initiated Project Ara to create highly modular smart phones. Project Ara -The new quest of … Read moreWill Google’s Project Ara push the existing Smartphones into doldrums?
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.
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
Google Chrome is undoubtedly the best browser of 2011 and it was also awarded for the same by PCMag and some others. Google Chrome is just a beautiful browser with stunning HTML5 support, themes, built-in Flash player and also the PDF reader. How can we forget the unending list of the Chrome extensions where it … Read moreThe Ultimate List of Google Chrome Extensions
Ubuntu One is growing in popularity as a file synchronization service. Though you may think it only works for Linux-Ubuntu, the amazing part is that it works on Windows OS, Mac Os, Android, IOS and from the web too! Main Features of Ubuntu One are online sharing of files and folders, synchronizing installed applications through … Read moreUbuntu One and it’s amazing features