Jan
24
2012

Microsoft Office for iPad using Onlive Desktop

A gaming company who brought Cloud based gaming Onlive introduced a new feature called Onlive Desktop. It allows you to access a virtual Windows 7 machine which has a complete version og Microsoft Office which includes Excel, Power Point and MS Word. One of the main features are fast response, multi touch gestures, handwriting recognition etc. According to Onlive: Rich media, such as video, animation, slide transitions and even PC games, never before practical via […]

Jan
24
2012

SQL Server 2012 Virtual Launch Event on March 7

Microsoft SQL Server 2012 is set to launch on March 7th 2012. The event is available online as well so you can virtually be present there along with Microsoft partners, Microsoft product team. The keynote speakers are Ted Kummert (Corporate Vice President, Business Platform Division, Microsoft) and Quentin Clark (Corporate Vice President, Database Systems Group, Microsoft). In this event you will have access to over 30 sessions to learn about the new capabilities of SQL […]

Jan
23
2012

Don’t be Evil – Concept built by Social Media engineers for Google

Over the weekend some engineers at Facebook, Twitter and MySpace, in consultation with several other social networking companies created a bookmarklet and and released it on a new website named Focus on the User against Google’s new Search, plus Your World. They used that to compare the new search method and the traditional old method. Here is an example. According to them When you search for “cooking” today, Google decides that renowned chef Jamie Oliver […]

Jan
23
2012

CyanogenMod Application Store for Banned Applications

Most of the Android enthusiastic know be aware of CyanogenMod Team a customized, aftermarket community based firmware distribution for several Android devices. The original idea was from one of CyanogenMod team members Koushik Dutta. He has developed lot of root applications. One of his recent application ClockworkMod Tether got banned from Android Market. According to Koushik: Apps removed from the Market includes, one click root apps, emulators, tether apps, Visual Voicemail apps, and more. These […]

Jan
23
2012

Do we need to Wiping Battery Stats?

It’s been a custom to wipe battery stats among Android users after changing Kernel, Improving battery life, after flashing new ROM, after restoring backup etc. Well Google employee Dianne posted in Google plus about this subject: This file is used to maintain, across reboots, low-level data about the kinds of operations the device and your apps are doing between battery changes. That is, it is solely used to compute the blame for battery usage shown […]

Jan
18
2012

Wikipedia, Google XDA and other Protesting against SOPA / PIPA

Today Internet gaints declared blacked out its as part of a global protest against anti-piracy legislation (SOPA) making its way through Congress. Those who don’t know about SOPA and PIPA represent two bills in the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate respectively. SOPA is short for the “Stop Online Piracy Act,” and PIPA is an acronym for the “Protect IP Act.” (“IP” stands for “intellectual property.”) In short, these bills are […]

Jan
18
2012

Price List of Unannounced Sony devices Leaked

Today morning GSMArena got price list of unannounced Sony devices which was leaked from Sony Sales in India. The prices, date etc. were for India market. GSMArena has converted the prices to Euro for readers convenience. At CES Sony has announced Xperia S and Xperia Ion which is targeted to release around March which could around 592 USD. Some of them are are familiar names like Nypon, Kumquat, Pepper but others are something we are […]

Jan
18
2012

Sony Xperia S Might hit the stores this Month

At CES 2012 Sony has announced a beautiful device “Xperia S” powered with Qualcomm MSM8260 Snapdragon Dual-core 1.5 GHz chipset. According to The Inquirer they have conformed with Online retailer Play is claiming that the Sony Xperia S will be released on 30 January in UK. The price would be around £449. But almost all the other retailers in UK have 5th March as the release date on Xperia S.     We are not […]

Jan
12
2012

Sony Xperia S – First Dual Core in Xperia Family

At CES 2012 Sony (Yup no more Sony Ericsson) announced two beautiful devices “Xperia Ion” and “Xperia S”. Xperia Ion is for AT&T and the first LTE-capable in Xperia family. For International users it’s Xperia S. In this post we’ll talk about Xperia S. There were tons of leaks about Xperia S rumored as Xperia Arc HD or Nozomi so most of the Sony fans are aware of this device. Xperia S is the first […]

Dec
16
2011

Download Xperia Arc / Arc S offical ROM Pre-rooted with GSM / Wifi / Bluetooth

As you know Sony released the alpha ROM for Android 4.0 but GSM, Wifi, Bluetooth etc. was disabled. But hours after the released the wonderful FreeXperia Team including DoomLord, Bin4ry  has released a ROM with GSM / Wifi / Bluetooth enabled, Google Apps and pre-rooted. Screenshots:       Reported Issue: Wifi doesn’t work on Xperia Arc but it works fine on Xperia s   More Info and Download: [ROM][ARC/ARC S] IceCream Sandwich Alpha (based […]

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