Samsung, AMD team up to bring FreeSync to UHD monitors

November 22, 2014 – 10:23 am | by Ahmed Samsung, AMD team up to bring FreeSync to UHD monitors

AMD made an important announcement at its Future of Compute event today. They are planning to introduce the consumer electronic industry’s first-ever ultra high-definition (UHD) monitors which are be fully equipped with the company’s innovative, open-standards based FreeSync technology. Samsung is going to bump its entire UHD lineup by launching the screen synching technology around the world in March 2015 which is going to start off with Samsung UD590 (23.6-inch and 28-inch models) and UE850 (23.6-inch, 27-inch and 31.5-inch models) and will ultimately be introduced on the entire lineup.

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Benefits of Corporate Conference Calling

November 18, 2014 – 10:18 am | by Steve Benefits of  Corporate Conference Calling

Today, the new technology has changed the world so have business world; now there are unlimited options and choices available at the disposal of every business man help him/her to run his business more effectively and lucratively.  This is not only the technology, which has led surprising changes in the world but it is also a competition which is encouraging people to go for the best but cost-effective solutions.

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3 Best Music Apps for your iPod

November 10, 2014 – 6:45 pm | by Steve 3 Best Music Apps for your iPod

Marked second on the list of gadgets that play a vital part in our lives (after cell phone), portable music players or iPod in specific need to be updated with the latest apps and tools to make the best use out of them. Today, we share 3 best music apps for you to download for your iPod.

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Robots step up to fight Ebola

November 7, 2014 – 6:30 pm | by Steve Robots step up to fight Ebola

Since the day when Ebola symptoms were bookmarked, several efforts have been made to counter the virus and contain it from spreading further. While all these efforts are being made, how can technology not step to support the cause? Aero – a fantastic and smart robot will now help fight Ebola virus.

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Update for Google Android Wear – What’s the update?

November 6, 2014 – 11:25 am | by Steve Update for Google Android Wear – What’s the update?

Last week, Thursday, Google introduced a long awaited update for its wearable devices. Since the launch of the android watch back in March, it had the same experience as seen in the pre-release teasers and was about time for some updates to hit back. Read further to know more on the couple of updates available now.

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How to Make a Conference Call on the BlackBerry Curve, a Beginner Guide

October 18, 2014 – 9:25 am | by Steve How to Make a Conference Call on the  BlackBerry Curve, a Beginner Guide

Blackberry Curve is the very popular handset from RIM house and this smartphone facilitates the user to be connected with different ways such as through Wi-Fi, Bluetooth , GSM etc .However ,the best way is to take help from Conference calling option  that enables you to arrange a full of fun meeting with your dearest friends. BlackBerry Curve smartphone is not only feasible for personal conference call but also for corporate calls. Whether you set up a conference call for personal or business purpose you have to follow some simple steps.

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iPhone Conference Calling , How to make a Conference Call on iPhone

September 10, 2014 – 9:57 am | by Steve iPhone Conference Calling , How to make a Conference Call on iPhone

Apple has launched its Hi-Tech gadget named as iPhone that is famous for its wonderful features and functionalists. The iPhone enables the user to enjoy his life in a unique and different manner. Apple introduces a number of apps and services for the fun and facilitation of iPhone users and among this iPhone conference calling is the great option to consider.

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How to Downgrade iOS on an apple device

June 4, 2014 – 9:35 am | by Steve How to Downgrade iOS on an apple device

Perhaps you are wondering whether it’s possible to reinstall iOS 6 into your device once you have upgraded to iOS 7. The simple answer to this is that it is possible. The process however is not as painless as upgrading from say a lower iOS version (iOS 6) to a higher version (iOS 7). With most upgrades, all you need is to have an Apple Developer account and patience throughout the process. The downgrading process is particularly hard with newer devices. For users with older devices, the downgrading process is executable.

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How to Disable Autocorrect on iPhone/iPod/iPad

June 2, 2014 – 9:07 am | by Steve How to Disable Autocorrect on iPhone/iPod/iPad

How was your first ios autocorrect experience? Was it a success or a total failure that led to an embarrassing moment? Regardless of your experience, autocorrect is a very useful tool that that seeks to correct misspelling and offer suggestions when typing. The tool uses active dictionary to facilitate the corrections. In a normal situation, the device will give suggestions which you are to accept or decline. However, sometimes with a typo error the tool can offer a wrong suggestion that may lead to embarrassing or hilarious moments.

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How to Enable JavaScript on an Android phone

May 31, 2014 – 9:21 am | by Steve How to Enable JavaScript on an Android phone

The application was developed by Brendan Eich. Initially, Java targeted the professional programmers and was supposed to offer competition to C++.  After Netscape had added support to Java technology, the language changed its name from LiveScript to JavaScript. After succeeding as a client-side scripting language specifically for web pages, JavaScript was adopted by Microsoft. After adoption, Microsoft introduced the app into its browser; Internet Explorer version 3.0 in

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