The New and Exciting features in Windows Phone 8.1

The New and Exciting features in Windows Phone 8.1

Windows Phone is often considered weaker than its rivals, Android and iOS. The operating system doesn’t have as many features, and it certainly doesn’t compete when you talk about apps. However, the problem with that assumption is that it is outdated. Over the last few months, the mobile operating system from Microsoft has welcomed hundreds of thousands apps, added tons […]

 
     
 
 

LG G3: Everything we Know so Far

LG G3: Everything we Know so Far

The LG G2 has been announced back in August, last year, and it seems that the Korean giant is getting ready for the launch of its next flagship device – the LG G3. We already have a good deal of rumors, leaks and hearsay and we’ve decided that it’s about time that we round them all up together and inform […]

     
 
 

Windows Phone 8.1 now Available to Developers, Here’s How You can Download it too

Windows Phone 8.1 now Available to Developers, Here’s How You can Download it too

At the Build 2014 conference, Microsoft announced Windows Phone 8.1, the new version of the Windows operating system. Among the dozens of things this operating system brings on board, two prominent ones are the voice assistant, Cortana, and the notification center. Microsoft is touting that Cortana is the first true digital assistant, while the swype keyboard it has added is […]

     
 
 

Tech This Week: Qualcomm 2015 Chips, Windows 8.1 Update, Heartbleed

Tech This Week: Qualcomm 2015 Chips, Windows 8.1 Update, Heartbleed

Another week is coming to an end and it’s time for us to briefly go through what we think were the most important technology news. So, if you missed some important happenings from the past seven days, don’t worry, as we’ll help with this little roundup. Without further ado, let’s have a look: Qualcomm’s 810 and 808 chips – the […]

     
 
 

This Could be the Future of Live Tiles, Should we Expect it on Windows 9?

This Could be the Future of Live Tiles, Should we Expect it on Windows 9?

A lot has been said and done about Windows 8’s Modern UI. One key element of this interface is Live Tiles. While many people find it useful, there are those who aren’t really excited about it. But as it looks like, Microsoft is working on enhancing the Live Tiles. According to some leaked videos and now-broken web-page link, it appears […]

     
 
 

If Dylan Was a Geek, Blowin’ in The Wind Would be Like This!

If Dylan Was a Geek, Blowin’ in The Wind Would be Like This!

Blowin’ in the Wind is one of the most iconic songs of all time, penned and sung by the great Bob Dylan. But what if by some accident, Dylan had been a denizen of Silicon Valley and a geek to boot? We still think he would have written awesome songs, but Blowin’ in the Wind might – MIGHT – just […]

     
 
 

This Robotic Pocket Printer Moves on His Own, Prints on Any Size Page

This Robotic Pocket Printer Moves on His Own, Prints on Any Size Page    

A few days ago, we were talking about one of the smallest and currently affordable 3D printers – The Micro. And while all the attention seems to be pointed at the nascent 3D printing industry, we forget that almost all of us have a regular printer in their home or at office that uses plain paper. Despite the fact that […]

     
 
 

4 Interesting Things from Samsung Galaxy S5 Teardown

4 Interesting Things from Samsung Galaxy S5 Teardown

We love teardowns and the interesting discoveries they bring, and it’s been a while since we talked about one. If you’re interested in what these “surgeries” reveal, you can have a look at our previous stories on the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, the Xbox One and the Play Station 4. This team, the repair team over at iFixit has […]

     
 
 

[How to] Clone a Laptop Hard Drive

[How to] Clone a Laptop Hard Drive

Buying a new laptop or a better hard drive is always fun, but the part we all dread is migrating all the data from one device to another. Luckily, there is no shortage of ways in which this can be done, or of software which can be used to ease this time-consuming process. Creating an exact copy of a hard […]

 
     
 
 

MediaFire Beats Google Drive, Offers 1TB for $2.5 per Month

MediaFire Beats Google Drive, Offers 1TB for $2.5 per Month

Back in the middle of last month, we’ve seen Google seriously discount the price of its Google Drive monthly cloud storage plans, to just $1.99 for 100GB, $9.99 for 1TB and $99.99 for 10TB. At the time, it felt like this was the cheapest offer, but MediaFire has prepared an even more painful hit for cloud storage players - 1TB of […]