Fast Tips On How To Grow The Numbers Of Your Instagram Followers

f you don’t already know what Instagram is all about, you are in luck. This article is written with people like you in mind. In a nutshell, Instagram is a mobile application More »

No 4G for the Moment, but 2013 Promises Great Things for British Consumers

The sale of Britain’s 4G mobile spectrum just got a little bit more interesting today. Ofcom set out new proposals for making the airwaves available to the major network operators. They have More »

Mac Security Hype

The change in Apple’s security marketing message on Mac website has been the issue of debate in tech circles all around the world. The previously set “A Mac isn’t susceptible to the More »

Starting out as a Webdesigner

This article is aimed at giving some rudimentary tips and guidelines which help in making a website designing business a successful one.

Starting off a new business is as critical as it is More »

Likely Top 5 Mobile Apps in 2013

For a company, mobile applications serve multifold benefits. Modern software can organizes work routines while on the go and allow corporate meetings without commuting.


These apps have added to the scope of communication, location tracking, learning, gaming and entertainment thereby causing a sudden boost in the mobile application development industry. They are fast gaining significance for companies who wish to promote their products and services to smartphone users.

Trend wise, it is the mobile game applications that are most popular in the mobile app stores. We expect more game applications will be created by mobile application development companies to engage users while teaching them more about business activity.

Most Popular Mobile Apps in 2013
We expect the following top applications to lead others in terms of popularity in 2013.

The most popular application of 2012, Facebook can be used to market a company’s products and services while keeping … Read the rest

Retro Review - Sega Game Gear

In 1991, Sega released the Game Gear. A technically superior handheld system that was supposed to go toe-to-toe with the immensely popular Nintendo Game Boy, the Game Gear was unable to beat its competitor due to several flaws and problems that impeded sales. While its historical impact isn’t quite as expansive as the Game Boy, this was still one of the best handheld systems at the time.

Historical Impact

Though the Game Gear was unable to beat Game Boy in terms of sales, it did mark a few firsts for Sega and for gaming in general.

This was one of the first handheld systems with a color screen. Game Boy just had a tiny black and green screen with poor contrast that was often difficult to see. Game Gear, on the other hand, had a full-color, backlit screen that was incredibly easy to see.

This was also one of Sega’s … Read the rest

7 Useful Tips How for Choosing the Tablet PC

Tablet devices are not cheap. Even the good starter models are going to cost you over $150. So you have a moral obligation to make sure that you pick one that going to be right for you. It is in your best interest to purchase a tablet device that is going to have a clear return on investment for you in particular. The tablet must provide you with both a short term and long-term use. You must ensure that the return on your investment is more than just having another gadget to fill your drawers at home. This article has seven tips that will help you to pick the right tablet device for you. It features tips that are less about technical specifications, and more about real-world issues revolving around usability, usefulness and practicality.


1 - The feel, shape and grip of the device

This should be the most … Read the rest

5 Cool Mouse Operations You Can Use In Windows

Here are five windows operations that you can use on some occasions with windows or associated software.


1 - Open new links in brand new tabs on Windows Internet Explorer


If your mouse has three buttons - then use the middle one to open new tabs. Hover the mouse pointer over the link and press the mouse wheel to open up new tabs. All you need to do is place the mouse pointer over a link and then press down on the middle mouse button (the mouse wheel).

The middle mouse button is able to roll forward or back, however, it is also able to be pressed down and clicked just like a button. If you do this on a link then it will open up that link in a new tab. This is a lot quicker than pressing right-click and clicking on “open in a new tab.” … Read the rest

New Blackberry 10 OS

The BlackBerry smartphone company has been struggling ever since the iOS and Android smartphones entered the market. BlackBerry has been doing its best to gain new customers, and they might be able to with the new BB10 OS. BlackBerry is playing to its corporate market by introducing many new features that corporate workers and business owners will enjoy. While BB10 may not be a huge success with the consumer market, it has the potential to become a competitive OS in the business sector.


Personal and Work Mode

Perhaps one of the best new features is the ability to create two profiles. You can create a profile for work, and another profile for business. This is in response to the widespread fear of smartphones being hacked as the technology becomes more common. Hackers often go after popular devices, and smartphones are being attacked more frequently.


The ability to make … Read the rest

From T-Mobile and Orange to EE

The company behind Orange and T-Mobile, Everything Everywhere, has undergone a huge transformation, launching a new brand called EE. In terms of numbers of customers, they could already boast of being the largest network in the UK and now they can also lay claim to being the only true 4G network for at least the next year. Their new flagship stores opened on October 30th, the same day on which their 4G network went live and ended its test phase. This new high-speed network will cover 16 major cities in the UK by Christmas with the goal of being able to offer 4G to 70% of the population by this time next year. While this is all huge news to the UK phone-landscape, it has undoubtedly caused confusion amongst existing customers and has people wondering just what it is exactly that they’re being offered.

If you’re already signed … Read the rest

Apple iPad Mini

Again there is a revolutionary invention by Apple, iPad Mini. iPad Mini is just the smaller version of iPad. The word “smaller” might leave an impression that it will not be capable of supporting all the apps, which are supported by its elder brother iPad. However, let us make it very clear that all 275,000 iPad apps are supported by iPad Mini. Let us have a quick look at few of the features of iPad Mini, which might help you to know this device better.

The old traditional 10-inch screen has been reduced to 7.9-inch screen; it is sleek and has a glossy appearance. It weighs around 0.68 pounds and 7.2 mm thick that means it is 53 % lighter than its previous versions, which is great. Isn’t it?


If we have a look at the Kindle Fire HD, we can see that it has LTE connectivity which is … Read the rest

How Seniors Can Get the Best from the Digital Age

For most of us these days, using a computer has become a daily occurrence, so much so that many of us can’t imagine life without it. Completing work projects, checking correspondence, interacting socially and shopping online have all become part of our everyday existence, but not everyone has become part of the Digital Age. There is one significant group in our society which has been left behind by events, and it’s perhaps time to include them.

A significant number of the older members of our communities have little or no experience of computers, and will not be aware of the many benefits that regular internet usage can bring. In an era when we are encouraging young children to find their way around the web and to become increasingly au fait with everything computers can achieve, it seems a shame that we are neglecting those at the other end of the … Read the rest

Raspberry Pi: The Cheapest Computer to Date!

If we look few decades back, it was almost impossible to think of working with a computer without any proficiency of knowledge about it. Gradually, the developers made it simple by making use of a graphical operating system. Now, it is simpler yet by the invention of Raspberry Pi, it has been developed by a charity called Raspberry Pi Foundation. It is not more than the size of a credit card. The feature which makes it genuinely special is its ‘ease of use’, especially for the beginners. Another important factor is its price, which is either $25 or $35, depending upon the version. The price is good news for them who can’t afford to buy a usual desktop.

These days computers are important, as these have become important means for communicating, be it for business purpose or some personal need. We could assure you that Raspberry Pi … Read the rest

Advantages of Cloud Computing for the Home

Cloud computing not only transforms home computing, but the way we work and live. If that sounds overblown, consider how working from home and consuming entertainment have changed over the last few years. And the rise of the ‘Internet of Things’, which will co-ordinate internet connected devices, can make your home life more relaxing and enjoyable.

There are already lots of advantages to embracing cloud computing in your home, whether it’s for work, pleasure or managing your household.

Cloud Storage for the home:
One of the big early selling points of cloud computing has been the availability of cheap, plentiful storage space for photos, videos, work documents and anything else you can think of. Cloud storage providers include UK-based Memstore, along with U.S companies such as Dropbox, Amazon, Apple, Google and Microsoft.

It’s important to check out the various options and not just sign up to the most familiar brand … Read the rest