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  Google announced it’s very own Cloud printing application. Now you can print anything from anywhere, all you need is Cloud Print enabled printer. On your android device: Simply start by installing Google Cloud Print application on your android device, the device should have Android version 2.3 or Higher.   (adsbygoogle...

Customization is the deal of the day, everyone wants their phones to have unique and distinguishing features as in different home screens, wallpapers, Icons, widgets Etc etc. So today I am going to talk about the Home screen customization through different Launchers. There are various launchers available but most of them make your phone go dead...

    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...

Posted on Jun 8 2013 - 3:56pm by Erum Shakil
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OH MY GOD (In bold hysterical caps lock!)     It is finally happening, the BlackBerry Messenger, the whole and sole reason why many people are still sticking on to their Blackberry handsets, is reportedly coming to Android and iOS on June 27th. Yes, you read that correctly, BBM is coming to iOS and Android. I know, there had been a...

So as I promised I wil be doing head to head analysis of a smart phone with a Laptop in my next Blog so here we go but before that lets just see how smartphones are catching up with notebooks. The world for the first time saw a cell phone back in 1970’s and So was the laptop but inmost of the countries the devices got acceptance in late 80’s and early nineties. Nokia Started with a boom in Asian Markets with the launch of its first series out of which Nokia 3310 And similar phones had skyrocketing sales...