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[14 Apr 2012 | 2 Comments | ]

Android phones mainly use memory cards or SD cards to store data, files and folders. Anyone can access his/her Android phone and removable memory card through mounting it to his/her laptop or computer. Basically mounting is recognized as putting it in normal mass storage condition or mode, which allows everyone to open the Android phone and removable memory card or SD card as an extra window on your laptop or computer. After that anyone can remove or add information, files or programs from the memory card or SD card. Here …

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[5 Apr 2012 | One Comment | ]

Recent Android phone users are sometimes confused regarding how to move or transfer song/music and video from their computer or laptop to their Android phones. Due to unusual syncing, all android customers need to follow some steps in order to listening music and watching videos. In this discussion, we are presenting some easy steps in order to transfer music from your computer to Android phone. Android phones normally support music in the well-accepted MP3 format. Maximum Android phones also support M4A, WAV and MP4 files. Digital Rights Management (DRM) protected …

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[28 Mar 2012 | One Comment | ]

Credit card transactions are worth trillions of dollars worldwide each year, but despite years of long-tail merchants being able to accept payments through systems like PayPal online, real world card transaction devices have been slow to arrive.
Now three are hitting the market at the same time: one specialised box office solution from Eventbrite, and a number of general purpose plug-in card readers to attach to mobile devices.
Startup companyEventbrite has recently launched a credit cardreader device that connects to an iPad. The device, called the At The Door Card Reader (Eventbrite …

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[21 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
Apple’s iOS 5: Do You Expect More?

No doubt that the new iOS 5 is better than any mobile OSes we have seen so far. It has many cool additions to its 4th edition that make it a better successor. These include notifications, improved AJAX support in the Safari mobile browser, and wireless syncing (both via Wi-Fi and through iCloud). Now it has a much-needed leap over the Android counterpart and other mobile OSes unveiled lately.
Though we are happy enough, there are many more things we now expect from the top-notch OS in the world. With Apple …

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[13 Oct 2011 | One Comment | ]
Mango Ripe on Indian Terrain; Windows Mobile 7.5 OS Makes its Debut

Vignesh Nagathan
Microsoft is all set to warm OS competition in the Indian market with its brand new Mango a.k.a Windows Mobile 7.5 OS . The tech giant will soon start to woo their customers in Indian Smartphone market, before the iOS and Android conquer it completely. The face lifted OS, after the less impressive Windows Mobile 7 has been spruced up with many new apps (approx. more than 500 new additions) and services to compete with the market giants.
The new leap in market has been flagged off by the release …

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[25 Aug 2011 | No Comment | ]
15 Great Real Estate Android Apps

This is a list of 15 great real estate apps that can be used by real estate agents who want to put technology to work for them. These Android apps are beneficial to the Realtor on the go.

1. Suburb Scout
Finding the best properties in an area is crucial for maximizing the resale value of a home. Suburb Scout is a great app that helps ensure that potential nuisances are identified. Having this information can benefit home buyers and realtors when searching for homes. Things such as airports, sewage plants, landfills, …

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[16 Aug 2011 | No Comment | ]
ViewSonic ViewPad 10pro Dual-OS Tablet Could be a Good Buy

Aditya Divakaran
In the midst of all those top brands that are pushing off their labs the most alluring tablet PCs, names like ViewSonic struggle to find a foothold. That may not be the case anymore. For, ViewSonic has lifted the wraps off a charmer that had been in the works for some time now. The ViewPad 10pro tablet revealed by ViewSonic  is unique in all respects and comes with the promise of a dual-OS feature that bundles both Windows and Android OS for the first time.

The ViewPad 10pro may be …

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[21 Jul 2011 | 4 Comments | ]
People Just Love the Apple iPhone;  Android, You Listening?

Have you realized that smartphone customers are on a buying spree pocketing iPhones, and giving the Android phones a miss? A study initiated by Changewave has pointed out this contrast, challenging the common belief about Android devices over the iPhone.

The study has forecast customers’ potential to buy a smartphone within next 3 months. As many as 46% are planning to go for an iPhone, while 32% will opt for Android. The remaining ones have plans to buy Blackberry and Windows phone devices.
iPhone had been dominating the arena till September 2009 …

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[23 Jun 2011 | 5 Comments | ]
Ten Super Smart Android Phones to Choose From; Which One Are You Buying?

When Google unveiled Android, most of the high-end handset producers embraced this upgradeable and sophisticated OS that enabled them with possibilities of unique tweaks. Many phones from the cheap, utility handsets to high-end smartphones – are backed by Android OS these days. A look around for some of the premium handsets that operate state of the art Android technology would be an interesting proposition. Major handset makers have tweaked up some unique UI from Android combined with novel technologies that is now posing serious competition to woo potential buyers. Let’s …