Monthly Archives: November 2013
The game console war is heating up. Now it’s the turn of Xbox One, selling more than 1 million units on its first day of release in 14 countries.
Unlike its competitor, Microsoft’s new device is dubbed to revolutionize living room entertainment with multitasking functions and improved Kinect feature for motion control.
That’s a cheesy title isn’t it? As I was reading an email on my Samsung Galaxy S4, it suddenly froze and restarted.
What I usually do when that happens is look for the application that’s responsible for the crash, I checked all the installed apps and surprised to find the Mobile tracker Version 1.0. It seems like a factory default process, While I look at the permissions I was more surprised at what it can do.
Despite heavy competition from games in smartphones and tablets, Sony’s latest gaming console PS4 sold more than 1 million units within 24 hours of its release in North America last Friday. Early reviews have been positive indicating device’s faster performance and impressive enhancements. However, some users complained about a blue light flashing on their consoles. The blinking is reportedly affecting its operation.
There are times when after hitting the send button in our email, we suddenly realise that the email was sent to the wrong person or the message encompasses incorrect information. This happened to me sometime ago, I was using my gmail account and after crafting my email message I hurriedly sent it to someone thinking that everything was satisfactory. After a few moments, I quickly realized that I have sent an incorrect schedule of dates. I hastily tried to recall the email to no avail.
Another inevitable trend these days.
A classified information leaked by an Apple insider saying the firm will release two versions of curved display iPhones : 4.7 and 5.5 inches.
The display will curve downwards towards the side edges and rumored to be available in the third quarter of 2014. The smartphones will also include enhanced touchscreen sensors that can respond to heavy and light pressure.
When giving instructions on how to do things on your computer, sometimes it’s simpler to show someone what’s on your screen than it is to explain it. Windows 8.1 lets you take a picture of the screen so you can save, print, or share what you see. This way it would be easier for them to follow whatever instruction or presentation that you want to convey. This is referred to as taking a screenshot or screen capture.
Do you need to capture or record the screen of your iPad or iPhone but you do not have an AppleTV?
That’s possible, using a software or an application that will enable us to use AirPlay.
There are actually a number of them that you can choose from but in this tutorial I’m gonna teach and point you to the cheapest.
If you own a desktop PC you know that the best feature of it is that you can replace old parts with new ones. The parts are plug and play and it can be done in no time. The upgrading of outdated parts are easier and a lot cheaper than trashing the whole PC and buying a new unit. This functionality of desktop PC has been around for so many years and it has become a thriving market for PC parts makers. This concept gives the consumers a lot of leeway to maximize the use of their computers.