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Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak has spoken in favor of Android over the years as a viable platform going to the extent that at the end Android would come out as the victor. Pretty recently, at the Apps World North America Conference in San Frncisco, Wozniak has been quoted saying in an interview with WIRED “There’s nothing that would keep...

All the brands these days are focussing heavily on the newest technology, everyone talks about the latest OS, the latest hardware, best screens, etc. but there was a day when the market dynamics were not so same, not so far away. Nokia – The Market Leader : There are a very few companies that came up with creative phones and innovative...

We all know the very public rivalry between Samsung and Apple but in more recent events we have seen RIM Blackberry and Nokia coming up against the iPhone fan boys. In the new spot by Nokia for Nokia Lumia 925 series smartphones, Nokia takes a rather aggressive, funny stance against the iPhone users who are turned to the walking-dead; why you...

    WWDC 2013, came and we celebrated with it, welcoming the iOS7 with open arms and minds. Tim Cook announced the iOS 7 and presented the yet again “revolutionary” product by Apple. (I miss Steve Jobs, right from this point onwards.) Following the tweets, the screening, the event, all throughout the evening led us to no amusement at all, other than the fact that Sir John Ive did an amazing job (revolutionary, if you might like) by following the “latest trends in smartphone UI” and brining the...

Previously, we discussed the new luscious UI of Apple as unveiled by Tim Cook on the WWDC 2013, now is the time to test it against the competing OS, Android JB 4.2               1.     Quick Toggles (Command Center) iOS7: Gesture based Command Center that can be accessed anywhere on an iOS device. Android...

iOS 7 Vs Android – Top 5 Things  (iOS 7 on the right, Android JB 4.2 on the left)  1. Quick Toggles (Command Center) iOS7: Gesture based Command Center that can be accessed anywhere on an iOS device. The Command Center can be accessed through a quick swipe up from the bottom with toggles for Airplane mode, WiFi, Bluetooth, brightness settings, music controls, camera shortcut, and even a flashlight.  Android 4.2 JB: Pre-historic feature of quick toggles in Android since Android 2.3 Gingerbread, in Android...

The German automobile giant BMW in a recent series of events announced the arrival of Siri “Eyes Free” mode to be a key feature in all of its 2014 models. iPhone users can interact with the latest BMWs using Siri and BMW’s ConnectedDrive Internet service. This latest update  is not restricted to iPhone owners who happen to flash BMWs...

  It all started with Samsung coming up as a very premium cell phone company catering to a very niche market and mostly women who used to carry a Gucci bag and wear the sought out brands. Men used to carry Nokia as a strong cell phone and women used to own Samsung as sleek and a sophisticated cell phone. The race as we know it, caught the...

Posted on Dec 7 2012 - 9:36am by Erum Shakil
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Better, faster, stronger. The new iMac claims to be better in all the ways you’d expect a refreshed product to be better: it steps up to Ivy Bridge, and packs NVIDIA Kepler chips for stronger graphics performance. It sports an improved display that cuts down on glare by 75 percent. But thinner? For the first time in the product’s history, the iMac is missing a built-in optical drive, which allows it to measure just 5mm thick around the edges. We can’t say we’ve been waiting for a desktop...

Tim Cook has dropped the strongest hint yet that Apple is developing its own ‘iTV’ television set. Speaking to Brian Williams of NBC, Apple’s chief executive officer said the TV set was ‘an area of intense interest’ for the company. In a full interview that will be screened Thursday evening in the United States,...