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Making the Most of Microsoft Hosted Exchange

Integrating with a cloud-based email management system helps maximise Exchange and safeguards your investment for the long term. What the business wants Email is the most common means of business communication, and our ever-increasing reliance upon it presents to any organisation a set of inherent risks. Planned or unplanned downtime, viruses, malware attacks, loss of [...]

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Simple ADB Backup lets you backup your Android device without rooting it

One of the perks of owning an Android device is that it is extremely versatile. The Linux based OS show’s it’s true potential when it is rooted. But, not all of us are comfortable in rooting a perfect new device. So, what do you do if you want to back all the applications and their [...]

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Usenet, an easy way to download bulk software’s

Are you a technology lover? Do software’s play an important role in your daily life? Well, i am on the same page. I love to try out new software’s, most of them turn out to be pretty productive and i end up using them regularly. The fact that annoys me is that i have to [...]

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Tegra 4 Officially announced by NVIDIA, specifications inside

It seems that NVIDIA has decided to go with one SoC per year, this time they have announced the much anticipated Tegra 4 which will replace the existing Tegra 3 which was dressed in Nexus 4 and ASUS Transformer series. The new chip retains the 4-plus-1 arrangement of Tegra 3 and arrives with a stunning [...]

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A good start to 2013, here is a glimpse of future OS of Smartphone’s

A very good start to 2013 indeed, we love new technology, and what could be better than the fail-proof linux based OS coming to smartphone platform. Yes, we are talking about Ubuntu OS and you can expect it to find on your Smartphone by early 2014. There are several other operating systems trying to emerge [...]

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The technological let downs of 2012

The year 2012 was quite exciting. many new gadgets made their way into this world and were loved all around. But, not all received the praise from  the people and were “left for dead”. Every year there are tons of gadgets released into the wild, and with much hype, they initially win our hearts as [...]

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Toshiba working on ‘Lytro type’ camera

A few months ago we reviewed a camera named ‘Lytro’. It was different than other in many ways, first up was it’s form factor; it was a rectangular camera and would fit on the palm of your hand, with no  extra buttons other than point and shoot, it seemed ordinary until we found out what [...]

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Wrapping up 2012, which Smartphone’s were the picks

2012 was an amazing year, we got to see a lot of new devices and tablets. Yes, it happens every year, but this year we got to see some major changes and updates. Smartphone’s specifically; the latest gadgets were praised everywhere and were selling like hot cakes, all of them, considering that fact we thought [...]

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Would you buy a $99 Android Jellybean running tablet?

2012 had been a year of tablets, and since the world did not end today (21/12/2012) we have much more to expect. The latest information comes in from the house of ACER who promises to bring a $99 tablet to us by the year 2013. This is going to trigger a war i think, Google’s Nexus [...]

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Get Google Books, magazines access outside of US/UK

One of the reasons why i bought a Google device was quite frankly its ability to access features like Google Books, sadly however, i soon found out that they were inaccessible outside US or UK. Since then i had been a little disappointed, i mean, why would you restrict probably the best feature of owning [...]

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