The Best Fan Made and Official OS X Yosemite And iOS 8 Wallpapers


OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 won’t be with us until the fall of 2014. That’s a couple of months of wait. It can get pretty tough, waiting that long. We’ve already told you about all the great things in Yosemite and iOS 8 and frankly, there’s a lot to look forward to. Till the final release […]

A Review of CSI Hidden Crimes Game for iOS


Known as perhaps the most popular TV crime series in the world, CSI entertains millions of viewers with its intricate crime scenes, smart clues and cutting edge crime-solving tech. So it is no wonder I felt at least a bit curious when none other than Ubisoft released CSI: Hidden Crimes, an official game set in […]

How To Get Windows Phone’s Cortana Outside US


After you use it for a while, Cortana’s beta tag seems like a placeholder. Something they can point to in defense if there is any major blunder. After a month in the wild, there hasn’t been any. Cortana beta is awesome. But it is restricted to the US right now, to limit the testing base. […]

How to Edit or Delete Contacts in iOS 7 (Plus More Tips)

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Contacts are important. Not only for your personal life but your professional lives as well. Losing contacts can lead to missed opportunities and problems. Which is why it is always safe to sync your contacts with multiple accounts or to keep a backup file somewhere safe. Something iOS does not make easy is managing and […]

How to Easily Type Special Font Characters in Windows Using Excel


I always wanted to learn the art of typing any character from a given font set. Take for example, ¤. But, how do I do it, was the question? Now, have a quick glance at your keyboard. Do you see ¤ character? You don’t, right? Actually you didn’t look properly, it is there. Open a […]

8 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Switching to Mac From Windows


OS X, the operating system that all Macs run, can be confusing and overwhelming at first to Windows users who’ve just made the switch. In fact, perhaps the hardest part of switching to a Mac is not the system itself, but the habits that most of us carry from using Windows for years. So, if […]

9 Totally Legit Reasons That Make Moto E The Best Backup Phone

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The connected man should always have a backup phone. Your primary phone might slip out of your hands and crack its screen open, ending up at the service station for weeks at end. Or your beloved Nexus 4 might be stolen from a busy Metro station from the city you just learned to love (no, […]

How To Add A Google Apps Email Account to Outlook 2013

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If your organization uses a Google Apps account to handle email and you’re an Outlook 2013 user, it makes a lot of sense to configure that account to send and receive email through Microsoft’s email client. That way, it’s much easier to never miss an important email and answer it the second it comes in. […]

Samsung Gear 2 And Gear Fit Review: Is the Future Really On Our Wrists?

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My dad always wears a watch. All day, every day, even when he takes a nap and no, it doesn’t track his sleep pattern. He wore the same watch for years. It had a square gold plated dial with thin spokes and a gold plated band. He wore one till it was worn out and […]

Top 10 iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite Features for the Everyday Apple User


There haven’t been many moments in my budding professional writing career where I had to take a deep breath and compose myself before starting an article. I did that just now. Apple’s WWDC ’14 keynote event told us about a redesigned OS X Yosemite (no indication if this is going to be OS X 10.10 […]

3 Killer PS Vita Tips You Probably Didn’t Know About


If you like gaming, then most likely you own a PlayStation console, like a PS3, PSP or a PS Vita, all of which we have mentioned more than a few times on the site. But even if you own any of these consoles, there are always new things to learn about them and new ways […]

4 Awesome Ways Of Customizing The Android Lockscreen

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When I’m not playing around with the Android homescreen launcher, I divert my attention to the lockscreen. One of my favorite pastimes is to see how far I can push the boundaries of Android. Rooting and installing a custom ROM like MIUI or choosing the stability of stock ROM and adding ROM features via Xposed […]

3 Cool Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do With Your iPhone


With all the apps available for the iPhone and other iOS devices, it is almost a given that you will find something that will interest you. However, sometimes the sheer variety of things that you can do with your iPhone can surprise even the most seasoned Apple user. And that’s exactly what we’ll show you in […]

Top 8 Ways to Solve Samsung Galaxy S5’s Battery Life Problems

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For its size, the Galaxy S5 doesn’t have an appropriate battery. It clocks in at 2800 mAh, but it has to power the 2.5 GHz top of the line Snapdragon 801 processor and that gorgeous 5.1 inch 1080p Super AMOLED screen (and a really power hungry octa-core Exynos processor if we’re talking about the Indian edition), […]