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For ages God Mode has been associated with hardcore gaming experience but enter the new era when it’s not only Android or iOS that you can root or jailbreak but also other OS’s around. Microsoft has strived to develop Windows into an intuitive, user-friendly operating system. It may be hard to find your files in Explorer on Windows due to the hidden functions, you are limited in your file searches and basically do not have full control of your own computer system. What if you can access to all the settings...

Hot Spot Shield is one of the most popular softwares today in letting your surf internet anonymously, breaking through the barriers of website blocking, and what-not, it’s a neat software, freeware available directly from www.hotspotshield.com  (My app of choice on my Samsung Galaxy Note II) But when I talk about my laptop, I want to...

  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...

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...

It took just four days for Windows 8 to hit four million machines (ours included), and in just over a month, Microsoft has managed to sell some 40 million licenses of its tiled OS. To date, Windows 8 is outpacing Windows 7 in terms of upgrades, but given that the company had moved 600 million copies of the latter back in June, the new kid on the software block still has...

Microsoft today announced that it had wrapped up work on Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1), and would start delivering the major upgrade on Feb. 22 through Windows Update. The company said it had reached the “release to manufacturing,” or RTM milestone for both Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, and was shipping the code...

According to Businessweek, Nokia is expected to announce a partnership with Microsoft this week, which will put the Windows Phone 7 mobile OS on future Nokia devices. Nokia CEO Stephen Elop basically said this was going to happen in his memo, and from the looks of it he’s wasting no time making it happen. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle...

In a case of Internet espionage that makes the antics of double agent Cold War operatives seem like frivolous child play, Bing has been caught stealing search results from Google with its Bing toolbar and IE8’s Suggested Sites feature. Google first suspected foul play in May 2010. By October 2010, with Bing results beginning to look uncannily...

The adoption rate of the iPad was celebrated as the fastest ever in electronics history. Now, less than a year after the tablet’s launch, Microsoft has usurped that distinction with Kinect. Kinect, Microsoft’s new controller-free gaming peripheral for the Xbox 360, has been selling at a breakneck pace, with 2.5 million sensors sold...

Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer plans to extend a management shake-up aimed at adding senior product executives with an engineering background, two people with knowledge of the decision said. Changes may be announced this month, said one of the people, who declined to be named because the plans are private. Last month, Ballmer...