Posted on November 30, 2010 ·
Why do you think that Android has been outselling Windows Phone 7 and pervious OSs for such a long time? Let alone, Windows is having a hard time catching its breath against other market contenders as well. The OS’s performance is off to a declining slope, which makes RIM’s Blackberry OS looks far better.
In terms of sales from Nov. 11 to Nov. 24, Windows Phone 7 only accounted for a meager 1.87% [...]
Posted on November 29, 2010 ·
Just a few days ago, on November 24th – 2010, Sony’s premier racing game: Gran Turismo 5 was released. It was an immense success, but what most of the people don’t know is the degree of time and effort it took for Sony and Polyphony Digital to reach this point. Let’s take a look at Gran Turismo’s history.
It was 1998, when the racing games were hitting the shelves for the first time. Yeah, [...]
Posted on November 27, 2010 ·
Log on to any website with latest gadgets that are high in demand, you’re bound to find out Xbox 360 over there. And it gets even better, do you know why? Because just like its competitors, Microsoft released Kinect, the motion based system which is fun for the whole family. And what better way to play games and have quality fun, then to do it all in the Holiday Season.
Take a look at some of the [...]
Posted on November 26, 2010 ·
Google has launched a slew of applications since last March. We’re specifically talking about office and documentation work related apps that are normally used by companies to straighten out their daily business activities. Some of these apps work like an addon, directly or indirectly dependent on the native application to dish out email contacts database, spreadsheets, and Google domains account [...]
Posted on November 24, 2010 ·
Google recently teamed up with Microsoft to test an intriguing plugin for the Office Suite. Known as the Google Cloud Connect, this simple concept revolves around the idea of saving your files to your online Google Docs space, instead of saving them in the local hard drive. It was to ensure free disc space and also, minimal possibilities of getting the files damaged through viruses and local hard disk [...]
Posted on November 23, 2010 ·
I literally stated down the iOS 4.2 hands on review, in the form of “Ups” and “Downs”. Didn’t get it? Just read on and you’ll know what I’m talking about:
• Down – The Actual iPad Update Process;
I don’t know about Mac users, but initiating an update of the iOS based devices through the iTunes is kind of hectic. I’m talking about the update process on PCs. At times, the [...]
Posted on November 22, 2010 ·
Before moving on, let me give credit where credit’s due. This post was originally posted in Mashable’s blog section, where tech related updates are religiously maintained on daily basis.
Now, let’s get down to the sweet part.
At times, teens can be a little hard to figure out, especially, when you’re thinking of buying a gift for a teeny princess or a prince. The weird thing about teens [...]
Posted on November 21, 2010 ·
Here’s a little info on “PicPlz”. This is one major application that created some major rifts in the iPhone industry. Do you know why? We heard that PicPlz is now going to serve clients (millions and billions of users) by letting them share photos across a cross platform cellphone profile. The idea of photo-sharing only apps isn’t new. Several other companies, such as; InstaGram and Path have [...]
Posted on November 20, 2010 ·
We’ve heard so much about HP’s Windows 7 Slate device. Due to some reason, HP stopped talking about it. We thought that it was the end of the empirical Slate lineage, we were wrong. The Slate just resurfaced the media, aimed at the business class in all its magnificence and glory.
I personally had the opportunity of trying out the Slate 500, last Thursday. It was not that interesting for me. Some [...]
Posted on November 19, 2010 ·
The mere thought of owning a PSP2 is really exciting. You’ll be having a handheld gaming console in your hand, which will tout out high degree of graphics and a slew of never before seen features. Some shady parts of the internet are already brimming with leaked footage of this unnamed gaming device, which people are regarding as a PSP2.
Rumors aside, Sony is also prepping up the PS3 for Walmart [...]