Now that you have Windows 10 installed on your PC/Laptop, it is advisable to keep yourself abreast with some of the issues you may face while using it. While it may not be possible to list out all the probable problems one would face while operating the Windows, we are discussing here a few of the issues which might creep up for the new users.
Sandisk Corporation, the global leader in flash memory storage solutions, has come out with a new wireless mobile storage device, called SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick. It is basically a high-ended Wi-Fi flash drive with a fairly sleek look that offers a number of additional features, like auto backup of images, videos from camera roll, etc. This high capacity flash drive with wireless technology is not only easy to operate but is compatible with virtually every operating system, like iOS, Android, Windows, etc. It could thus prove quite useful in the present context for fast and efficient data transfer and storage wirelessly.
Apple new upcoming iOS 9 comes with an amazing feature of Live Photos which saves a 3 seconds surrounding video in a still photos. To view video you must press and hold the photo for a while to see the video in a still photos. The camera starts storing photos immediately you open the camera app and the moment you click shutter, the last photo is stored.
Apple yesterday has officially announced four gadgets of their family - iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPad Pro and iPad Mini 4. Along with this, Apple has also announced two accessories and they are 1) Apple Pencil 2) Apple Smart Keyboard. All the devices are expected to come with iOS 9 out of the box.
Instagram, an acquisition of Facebook, is an online mobile sharing application that facilitates sharing of photos, videos etc. through a number of social networking platforms, like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr etc. The advertisements on Instagram so far had been fairly restricted to big advertisers. This approach has changed now. Instagram has turned pretty serious about giving a boost to its revenue and has opened up to advertisers – small, medium and big - worldwide. It has become global in the real sense when it increased its advertising capability from 8 to 38 markets recently.
LG has a reputation of improving its products on a constant basis. The Nexus 5 it launched about two years ago was under its radar for upgradation. There was therefore little surprise that the leak of its new avatar of the older version was received with quite some interest in the world of gadgets. Our readers will please recollect, we presented a review of Nexus 5 in our issue of 20th November 2013 (link). The leaked version gives an insight about the technology LG has evolved in the creation of this mobile.
Lava, an Indian company, is launching new models every 3 to 4 months and on Monday they have announced successor of Pixel V1 (with more advanced features) called “Lava Pixel V2”. The best point of this gadget is its price - it is cheaper than its predecessor Pixel V1 costing Rs 11,350. Pixel V2 is available offline at Rs 10,750 and the company is planning to bring it online on ecommerce stores starting from the 15th of this month.
Apple is always trying to keep itself on the top by developing and building new technologies for their upcoming smartphones. Prior to the announcement of iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, the company has pushed an all-new Force Touch technology to 6S & 6S plus crafting them to have a next-gen Force Touch interface.
Micromax subsidiary YU has launched a new portable printer called YUPIX that allows to print photos directly from your smartphone. The best thing about this device is portability and mobility due to its small size and wireless connectivity. According to our sources company claims that the printer prints 2.1 x 3.4 inch, 291 dpi pics in 60 seconds.
In IFA 2014 conference Philips showed off a television set with embedded, handheld projectors that could take an image onscreen and extend it to the wall behind the set. Philips has successfully converted this idea into technology called as 'Ambilight projection'. Philips has integrated this technology into a new 65 inches AmbiLux 4K TV.
There does not seem to be any end to Google’s flow of new features. Soon after it came up with the new logo a few days ago, its new ‘rabbit from the hat’ is an add up to Google’s Search feature that is sure to cheer you up. The “I’m feeling curious” feature can be accessed by typing either “I’m feeling curious” or simply “fun facts” into the Google’s Search. Google would immediately display a random fact in a search card on the results page.
CyanogenMod open source community of Android developers on monday released CyanogenMod 12.1 based on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Along with this CyanogenMod has also gone for security releases for CM11.0 and CM12.0 including fixes for the Stagefright vulnerability and other recent security disclosures.
Google has launched a new router called Google OnHub. Google's all new OnHub wireless router is a step forward in router technology. Google launched this router in partnership with TP-Link. This router is powerful, good looking and intelligent. The price of this router is on higher side - it is priced at around Rs 13,000 in the Indian market.
Two years ago, Ricoh launched the Theta spherical camera which was a huge success. Now, Ricoh has announced another camera called Theta S which is a brand new model. This new camera is capable of shooting super-high resolution 360 degrees spherical photos and videos in one shot. It also features a live preview function. This tiny camera is smartly priced around Rs 23,000 roughly in Indian market.
After the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft has been releasing its personal digital assistant for PC called Cortana in more locations. It was first launched only in limited editions. But now Cortana is available as an optional download in Nihongo for Japan and in English for Australia, Canada & India.
Are you very concerned about the limited storage capacity of your smartphone? In case, you are, you have a solution from Nextbit – a US-based company with a group of innovators who aims at freeing people from the limits of mobile technology. Nextbit has recently launched its first mobile that could prove to be a milestone in the annals of smartphones. The piece, called Robin, is the first phone providing a ‘cloud first’ feature, which essentially means that the phone addresses the space-shortage issue automatically through leveraging a cloud-based storage solution.
Honda has been a strong competitor of vehicles in India for a considerable period of time, both in the arena of two wheeler and four wheeler vehicles. Now, Honda has launched yet another Car which is a compact SUV called Honda BR-V. The price of this new compact SUV is expected to be within the range of Rs 9,00,000 to 12,00,000 in Indian market. This SUV is expected to be launched in India in 2016.
Caution bloggers and domain makers, a little indiscretion on your part may land you into trouble - thanks to our Copyright Act of 1957. Any small deviation – in strict legal terms - may amount to infringement of copyright. Amit Bhawani of Hyderabad learnt this the hard way when Flipkart – a Bengaluru based e-commerce giant – sent a legal notice to him. The latter alleged that Bhawani infringed on the company’s logo and trademark when he used them to register a domain.
OnePlus after launching OnePlus 2 is now looking forward to keep the users updated with latest operating system version running in the market. For which they have started rolling OxygenOS 2.0.2 as a OTA update to OnePlus 2 users. But many people in India were not able to get this gadget due to the annoying invite purchase option.
Google, Inc the giant search engine has introduced its all new logo for 2015 which resembles as per 4 color dots (Blue, Red, Yellow, Green). The new logo was developed to show people how Google has reached from desktop PC to Mobile, Tablet, TV, cars, Wearable, etc.
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