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Ericsson Accuses Apple of Patent Violation

February 28, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Being a tech-giant is as hard. Competing with rivals is one thing, but even stiffer is to go through the narrow path of not being charged with any implications for patent violation. Apple, one of the largest names in business hasn’t been someone successful in going through that shallow path. The most recent is an […]

AMD Carrizo SoC Revealed; Emphasis on Energy Efficiency

February 26, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It’s often tough in the modern day computing world to find a balance between performance and battery life. Things have turned out to be a matter of prioritization. When we were up for the news that AMD is revealing their new SoC, we all thought the tech giants to follow the path of Intel by […]

Tricks and Tweaks to Mend Your Non-Charging MacBook

February 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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The sight of your MacBook yelling out loud to get the juice it demands is pretty sorrowful. That sight turns helpless when you have your MacBook showing up no sign of a battery charge, even when plugging in your charger. The issues could be many, and the prime cause may be with your battery itself. […]

Lenovo Concedes ‘Superfish’ Concern in its Notebooks; Spells Out measures to Retard Adware

February 23, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Although hesitant initially to admit the security concerns that crawled on to its notebooks, Lenovo has now apologized for the security vulnerability it dealt by incorporating Superfish. The Chinese manufacturer has now advised users to curb down the adware from gaining root access with the help of removal tools. Lenovo has stated that Superfish were […]

Twitter Account Sharing Now Gets Safer and Easier with Tweetdeck Teams

February 21, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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They say working together is fun. But the feel won’t be buoyed when it comes to social media accounts. Handing your account to other person has always proved to be a hassle. But with the new Teams feature from Tweetdeck, it’s time we get back to the teamwork with no sweat. Tweetdeck, a multi-deck Twitter […]

Samsung Galaxy A7 Wows India with Larger Screen and Design

February 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Samsung indeed has a solid presence in the Indian market, even as domestic as well as Chinese manufacturers are in the race to topple their dominance in the subcontinent. With competition growing, all eyes are currently on the new Samsung device christened Galaxy A7, the new A series phone that has arrived in the Indian […]

Cortana All Set to Assist You in MS Office; Leaks Suggest

February 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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With Windows 10, Microsoft is gearing up to wipe out all the faults that led to the wide disapproval among users with its Windows 8 OS. And as prime step towards that, we have seen the Microsoft consumer and business revelations that hinted at the voice assistant service of Cortana to be an integral part […]

Corning Scratch Resistant Glass with Gorilla Durability in the Works

February 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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There are certainly no misgivings about the resilience and toughness Gorilla Glass has been offering all these years. But our tech usage demands more than that. Scratch-resistance has been one daunting task ahead of all protection glass manufacturers and it seems like Corning is nearing the shore. The last name in mobile display protection has […]

Gtalk Set for Doomsday; Users Need to Shift to Google Hangouts

February 6, 2015, By Daniel Rapcencu
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Gtalk users are now left with no option than to find their last resort on the Chrome Browser to carry out their conversations with the Google contacts. The tech giant has announced that the iconic Gtalk services will be shut down this month, on 16th, following which users could rely on Hangouts for similar or […]

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