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We all put out smartphones in silent mode once a while when it is needed especially when we supposedly get a lot of calls, messages and don’t want to get disturbed by the vibrations or the alert sounds. What comes as a consequence is, when people forget that they turned their phone to silent mode. It happens a lot that people forget where they have placed their...

Starting from Cup Cake, Éclairs, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, Kitkat, Lollipop and now the latest Marshmallow, Google’s Android has evolved to a powerful mobile operating system.  The latest Marshmallow user interface is much like Lollipop, but also has a lot of additional cool features to explore. Here are a few tips about the...

MagCable from aMagic is a magnetic cable that changes charging experience. We have all faced the trouble of plugging in or unplugging smart devices on the go, while driving, in the dark, or even when in a hurry. This new magnetic cable is a revolutionary one that is going to set up an easy charging experience. The MagCable is designed for Android (Micro-USB) and...

Google certainly surprised us by launching new device, i.e. Google Pixel C to take over the rival competition with the Apple’s iPad Pro and Microsoft Surface Pro 3 devices. The great similarity between these devices is, you can use it as a tablet, or as a laptop or even as a slate structure. This is made possible because, all the three devices are made with hybrid...

Find. Build. Solve. is the tagline offered by the recently concluded Code for India Hackathon 2015 event. Interestingly, this event is held parallel both in US & India (regardless the time difference). In the US, the Code for India Hackathon 2015 event held in Mountain View, Silicon Valley, California @ Google Campus, whilst in India it took place in Noida @ Tech...

Just imagine the benefits of the flash drive devices, which act as a safe transporter from a device to another. Flash drives not only acted as a safe transporter, but also supply a reasonable form of storage area, which you could delete, format and save any number of times (according to the capacity & ability of the drive, technically). Hope you know the flash...

The most awaited IFA 2015 event has been successfully heartrending in Berlin, where most of the new technology devices are being unveiled. At the event, the electronics manufacturers were started with displaying their products according to their major. Likewise, the TomTom is also engaged in displaying the most unique way of fitness tracking Smartwatch with effective...

CyanogenMod Android’s popular community operating system will be rolling out a revised version. Key Highlights of the Build Support for IMAP Idle Release of SDK v1 Security Bug fixes The official CyanogenMod blog read, “We’re queuing up releases across three branches this evening, releasing into the wild CM 11.0-security, 12.0-security and our very first...

Android Lock Patterns are up for a test.  The password alternative that Google introduced way back in the Android Mobile OS in 2008 is being stirred for the security options that it can offer. These style patterns turn out to be more predictable than we thought. It has been found that these Android Lock Patterns generally possess only a fraction of the complexity....