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What Makes a Perfect web Design Company

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What Makes a Perfect web Design Company

With mankind’s growing dependency on the internet, everything a person does is being given an online angle. This is why; businesses across the globe have decided to make go online. An online presence makes a company’s products reach out to a larger number of potential buyers. But website creation and its development is a task [...]

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The Meizu MX 4-core review

Meizu MX 4-core smartphone is a new entrant in the market dominated by iPhone, Samsung and HTC. One of the most popular cellphone manufacturers in China, the company has recently launched this phone keeping in mind the generation that’s hungry for speed and looks. They released the dual-core version of the MX last year and [...]

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How knowing your Browser can Help you Avoid Risks

Web browsers put users under risk of malware and security breaches since they are the veiled curtains between users and spyware professionals and hackers. Even though you might be content with your browser settings, it is smart to change those settings to ones that ensure greater security. Here are some browser basics you need to [...]

Android lovers get lucky: Now 23 GB extra on your Dropbox account

Android lovers get lucky: Now 23 GB extra on your Dropbox account

    The ease of Dropbox If you love cloud technology, you certainly would love Dropbox. With Dropbox, you simply drag files to the Dropbox folder, and you can access those files from any other Android device; the only requirement being the device you use to should have Dropbox installed on it. The limitations For [...]

Galaxy S III may have been revealed on Samsung Mobile site

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Galaxy S III may have been revealed on Samsung Mobile site

The Samsung Galaxy SIII may have been inadvertently revealed by Samsung’s mobile site, with a listing for the GT-i9300 appearing with a 1024 x 600 display. The listing was first noticed earlier today and is still accessible now via this link. That’s a fair bit smaller than we’ve been expecting from the flagship Samsung phone, [...]

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Google Releases Chrome For Android, In Beta Of Course

After three long years of waiting, Google have finally released their flagship Chrome browser for Android. The Chrome team evidently wanted to ensure the full Chrome experience made it down to the mobile version, instead of it just being ‘Chrome Lite’, because three years is a long development cycle for any browser. Now that it’s [...]

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Windows 8 built-in Music player screenshots leaked

Microsoft is bringing in a lot of new things to its new OS, the Windows 8. The company’s attempt to merge the desktop, tablet, and smartphone OS into one is pretty interesting indeed. After the official news about the Windows 8 Store, today we have some screenshots leaked of the built-in Music player which is coming in the Metro UI of Windows 8.

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Details pour in about Windows 8 Store, coming in February

Microsoft announced yesterday in a press conference that the Windows 8 Store, which is one of the features that a lot of people are waiting to have a look at, will finally be coming in late February, 2012, along with the beta version of Windows 8, which is an0ther product that a lot of people are waiting for, including me. Microsoft’s Web Services VP Antoine Leblond, who has giving the presentation to the attendees was making it very clear that the Widows 8 Store has been designed to be a balance t between Google and Apple’s. What exactly does that mean?

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Microsoft and Adobe to partner for casual game development on Windows 8

We hardly see Microsoft and Adobe partnering with each other, but here it is. Adobe is finally shutting down its Flash platform, which rivaled with Microsoft’s Silverlight. But I’ve seen only a few websites employing Silverlight other than Microsoft’s own website. But now that Flash is dying, HTML5 is the next big thing. And this partnership between Microsoft and Adobe is kind of surprising. So, they are going to develop games for the new Windows 8.