How to Make the Most of Nokia Lumia Icon’s (929) Exceptional Camera

Tim Pirog, Nokia Lumia Icon, Amsterdam

The Nokia Lumia Icon, also known as the Nokia Lumia 929, is a Windows phone released in February 2014 exclusively for Verizon. The Lumia line is renowned for it’s superb camera, and the Icon is no exception. The Icon sports a 20 megapixel PureView camera with dual LED flash, 6-lens optics, and high resolution zoom. Suitable […]

New Google+ Features: Create Animated GIFs, Photo Grids, Travelogues and More

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Google+ has recently announced its latest update, which includes a plethora of new and interesting features. The most interesting ones are photo-related features, which are part of a field Google+ has always devoted a special attention to. Google+ is an interesting social network. The social network offers, in my opinion, much more features than its […]

Top 6 New Features In Internet Explorer 11 For Windows Phone 8.1

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Granted, the name IE doesn’t necessarily imply confidence but Microsoft is really bringing on its A game for the mobile browser. Internet Explorer 11 on WP borrows a lot from IE on Windows 8 and that’s a good thing. Before this update, IE 11 was lacking in both basic and pro features, some deemed necessary by […]

How To Enable, Disable and Clear Auto-Complete in Outlook 2013

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Auto-Complete is one of the most useful features in Outlook 2013 and its predecessors, as it makes life much easier when you have to type a lot of emails every day. How would it be if you were forced to look for contacts in your Outlook 2013 address book every time you want to send them […]

How to Limit Mobile Data Use on Android Jelly Bean

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We have covered some apps that help you manage your mobile data plan better on your Android device. Once installed, they monitor the amount of data each running app is using and sound an alarm when you are about to reach your threshold for the particular month, and finally deactivate it once you reach the limit thus saving your monthly […]

How to Change Country on the iTunes and App Store

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For iOS device and Mac (and PC) owners, while the digital stores (App Store and iTunes Store) available on their devices offer an incredibly varied selection of apps and media, sometimes these are restricted to certain countries or have features available only in certain ones. For example, movies available in the U.S. iTunes Store are […]

The Complete List of MS Excel Function Key (F1 to F12) Shortcuts

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MS Excel is huge in terms of its underlying features and functions. So are the keyboard shortcuts in it. The list can go on and on. What we will do is limit our scope and concentrate only on Function Keys today. We will try and learn the actions associated with F1 through F12, standalone and […]

Top 4 Snowboarding Games For Android

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After racing games, snowboarding/skiing games are my most favorite. No matter if it’s a 2D or a 3D game, building up combo points in a snowboarding game is always fun. Here are the top 4 snowboarding games that I enjoy the most. 1. iStunt 2 My affair with iStunt started way back with the first […]

Dial’em All for Android: Search Contacts and Apps Simultaneously from the Dialer

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I love the concept of using a T9 dialer to quickly access all my contacts on Android, and for the same reasons I talked about an app to get the similar T9 dialer feature on an iPhone. While searching, T9 makes it easier to enter the letters on the mobile device when compared to a […]

3 Handy, Little-Known Tips To Save Time On Word for Mac

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Despite alternative word processors for Mac users like Apple’s iWork Suite, a lot of us still use MS Word for Mac either occasionally or as our default app for different reasons. However, contrary to Pages, which is definitely a simpler, more streamlined app, Word for Mac sports a number of powerful and extremely useful features […]

Top 12 Apps That Integrate With Cortana ( Plus Cool Commands)

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Microsoft was late to the personal assistant game. Siri and Google Now have been here for more than a year now. Microsoft took its sweet sweet time to unveil Cortana. Turns out that time was not wasted at all. Microsoft clearly kept tabs on both Siri and Now and decided to integrate the best of […]

5 Useful Location Based IFTTT Recipes for Android

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My past one week with IFTTT for Android has been awesome and the best part is I didn’t have to configure a thing about the app. Thanks to the community driven nature of the app, I can search and use recipes created by others to make my everyday life more productive. I have already shared some […]

How to Shutdown Windows Computer Remotely Using Outlook

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Have you ever left your computer on, only realizing later that you wouldn’t be able to get back at it until a few hours? Well, I must admit that I have this foolish habit. And hence, it became very import for me to find a way to switch off my computer even while I would […]

Top 3 Code or Text Editors For Mac

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If you are a web designer or a programmer, Mac is the perfect computer to work on. You’ve got wonderful apps to look at for inspiration and incredible tools that enable you to make those apps. Once you are accustomed to writing a bit of code, the next step is finding a text editor that […]