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Here’s How to Track Your Misplaced Smartphone with Alexa

March 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Those in love with Alexa will argue that there’s nothing that Alexa can’t do right now. That might sound too exaggerated, but it’s fair to say that Alexa is capable of handling much more than what we think. In fact, those owning an Echo is standing at that point in which they wan’t Alexa for […]

Here’s How to Add Self-Made Stickers in iMessage

September 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple seems to have finally picked up the trend of stickers, introducing a bulky set of sticker pack in iMessage with the latest update. Like in all other services like Viber, Messenger etc., stickers in iMessage provide a more precise and funnier way to scribble down expressions and emotions within conversations. As of now, the […]

How to Enable Night Mode and Freeform Apps in Android N

August 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android N is finally having its official rollout on Nexus devices, and people have already started enjoying the new features loaded in the new Android outing. Those who have used the developer preview version might have noticed some missing in the final Android devices. This is because Google has opted not to fully load some […]

Create Personalized Emojis in Snapchat; Here’s How

July 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Pasting an emoji of oneself in Snapchat photos is something which a major share of Snapchat users have always wanted. Now, that will be a reality. Thanks to Snapchat’s acquisition of Bitstrips back in March that users can now experience personalized emoji of their own in the popular instant photo hosting app. Custom emojis made […]

Here’s How to Get Material Design on YouTube Web

May 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We all love material design. But the thing is, there aren’t enough providers who have taken the concept out of the smartphone OS ecosystem and pushed it into the web. Even Google has been on a lull when it comes to some of its major websites’ material design concept. However, it’s starting to change as […]

Tricks and Tweaks to Mend Your Non-Charging MacBook

February 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

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. […]

How to Go for a Toothpick Treatment When Your Phone Doesn’t Charge

August 9, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Having dreadful issues when plugging your phone for a charge? Before you start cursing the manufacturers, here’s a feasible advice to resolve the plight yourself. Many of the charging issues on an iPhone or iPad emerge with the lightning port of the device getting clogged with dust and dirt. And, if that’s the issue, you […]

How to Secure Your Home with an iPod

July 24, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Worried about what’s going on at home when you are away? Planning to set up surveillance at home? It is easy, in fact. If you are having an iOS device, the process becomes even easier as Manything, an app developed by a British startup has the capability to turn your iOS device into a security […]

Want to Block Irksome Friends and Apps on Facebook? Here’s How

June 25, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The world seems to be spending quality time on Facebook at any given time. Social networking patterns have converged into Facebook since a while, and everyone out there is loving it too. Social networking behavior has changed for the better ever since Facebook and Twitter have made it to the scene. Catching up with old […]

How to Avoid Oversharing of Your iPhone Photos

June 10, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We all have privacy concerns when we hand over our phones to someone. In some cases we just can’t say no to them, neither can we let them see all those embarrassing pictures stored in it. Here’s a solution for all you iPhone users. An app called ‘Here, Look’ is out in the apple store […]

How to Use a Friend’s Android to Locate Your Device

June 3, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

What if you just misplaced or lost your Android device and is in the middle of something so that you don’t have access to your PC? Chances are that you would want to rush home or to office so that you can make use of GPS to find the location of your device. That is […]

How to Exercise Your Right-to-be-Forgotten

June 2, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Do you want to be forgotten by Google? Weird question, you might think this one is! But then, what we talk about here is for real. A top court in Europe had recently ruled that the search behemoth should dump links that lead to ‘outdated information’ about individuals at their request. Post-ruling, Google has now […]

Steps to Block Annoying Callers on your iOS 7 Device

May 27, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Mobile phones come with a slew of advantages. But then, anyone would agree that there are a bunch of disadvantages too bundled along. Most of the time, phone users are forced to put up with the disadvantages. For instance, a telemarketer’s call can be the most annoying thing n the world when you are in […]

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