Nokia and Microsoft changing their gears and trying to hit the ball hard & smart, and I call this “Smart Power Partnership” – SP2 Formula. Mr. Stephen Elop, CEO of Nokia said “We have become convinced that we can offer a very low price quickly”, reported by Reuters-news agency.

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Using Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system (OS) will give a big relief to Nokia guys as they don’t have to do any heavier planning for OS development and financial expenses. This will positively affect the price factor as well.


Galaxy S II Set to Outshine the LG Optimus 2X

by Salman on February 15, 2011

This guest post is written by Simon

The LG Optimus 2X has been causing a lot of heads to turn since its official unveiling at January’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. This was largely due to its status as the first dual core smartphone set for release, but also for a number of other high profile features including DLNA Wi-Fi, a hefty amount of storage space as well as the all new gyro sensor as found in the iPhone 4.



Convert DVDs to iPod/iPhone Compatible Formats with iPad Magic

February 13, 2011

Managing all the video and audio library that you have compiled over time, long before you owned an iPod, iPod Touch or iPhone could be tricky when it comes to moving it to your iPod or iPhone. There’s no one software client to manage, backup and also convert between different formats e.g. converting your DVD [...]

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iOS 4.1 Game Center Compatible Games

September 9, 2010

iOS 4.1 was finally released yesterday with a major new feature “Game Center” which lets you play networked games. Previously  iPhone games would only let you publish your score online on Facebook or any other social platform but now with Game Center enabled games, you can challenge someone online, maintain score boards among a bunch [...]

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Dell moves back up to #2 position in global PC sales, Acer slips to 3rd, HP still reigns supreme

September 5, 2010

Acer Chairman JT Wang is quick to say that he thinks that iPad sales are only going down from here, but maybe he should listen to that age-old idiom: people in fragile economies shouldn’t throw stones. According to iSuppli‘s latest report on the global PC market, Acer slipped down to third place after losing 6.2 [...]

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iOS 4.1 Will Not Fix iPhone 4 Proximity Sensor Issue

August 31, 2010

First it was the antenna issue that surfaced right after the launch of iPhone 4. Apple kept mum over it until consumer response (or negative response) grew to such proportions that Steve Jobs had to announce that it did exist and offered free bumpers for the new iPhone 4. The problem with antenna was believed [...]

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Windows 7 Screen Aspect Ratio Problem Solved

March 19, 2010

Recently I upgraded my Operating System to Windows 7 and downloaded latest drivers for my Lenovo G550 Video card that is Intel GMA 4500M. After successful installation of drivers, everything worked just fine but when I started playing some games at some lower resolution then the problem started. I noticed that windows 7 doesn’t allow [...]

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Free CD/DVD/Blue-Ray Burner For Windows 7

March 16, 2010

Recently I upgraded my Operating System to Windows 7 and most of the software worked just fine but when I tried to install the Nero CD/DVD burner that came with the device. My OS told that it is incompatible with windows 7. So I started searching for the free version of burner and I found [...]

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How To Convert Movies For iPhone or iPod Touch

March 9, 2010

I am sure many of you would be looking for some free tools and softwares with the help of which you can convert movies to the formats supported by iphone and ipod touch.  So I decided to test some free video converting applications and then make a tutorial on how to use the best tool. [...]

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Cricket Revolution, Pakistan’s First 3D Multi-player game

January 2, 2010

In the current decade we have seen few conventional cricket games but they never really excelled as much as other sports games. The reason was their limited features and unrealistic game play.  Then finally on 30th October 2009  Mindstorm studios released a cricket game named as Cricket Revolution. It is claimed to be quite innovative [...]

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