Monthly Archives: September 2014

LG G Pad 10.1 Review:

The new LG G Pad 10.1 has topped the latest LG’s recently revived tablet line up but fascinates by virtue of sheer size rather than its merit. The G Pad trio owes a snap dragon 400 chip set with 1 GB of RAM and screen resolution of 1280 x800 pixels The company does not need the kind of specs to ...

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How does Partition Manager help you?

EaseUS Partition Manager is an excellent way of dealing with the low disk space management problem. It is a very efficient tool that enables the use to extend and enhance the partition of the system in question. The partition manager manages disk space more effectively on GPT disk (GUID partition table) and on MBR. The Free Disk Partition Manager Software ...

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If you’re an iPhone user, then here we have news for you

The iPhone 6 release date could be just a matter of weeks away but it has remained shrouded in mystery since the news of its launch has come out in the market, but that hasn’t stopped the rumors to grow enthusiastically all over. Topics regarding iPhone 6 have been going on really well over a year. There are rumors spreading ...

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Google Chrome goes 64-bit

On Wednesday, Google released the most anticipated stable 64-bit version of Chrome for Windows 7 and 8.The regular 32-bit version has been upgraded to Chrome 37. Google has worked really hard on a 64-bit version of Chrome browser and with the release of Google Chrome 37; Google Chrome 64-bit has gone wild. This 64-bit system comes with a series of ...

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Firefox OS review, Burning Bright

The mobile Firefox OS by Mozilla has planned to put the user first, like its namesake web browser, and deliver the most efficient, affordable, capable, open-source phones to a large number. The Project’s homepage has stated that they are aiming to make a huge difference this time and are concerning less for the profit to be earned. They are determined ...

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Asus EeeBook X205:

Asus has now decided to all its customers with its all new EeeBook X205. It is all set to revive the old Windows based, Intel powered personal computer. And this X205 would be just the ideal product for that. Since time, Apple has been putting up its feet in providing meaningful hardware updates to its Mac Book Air Family of ...

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Apple iWatch:

It is said that all the rumors about Apple iWatch will come to an end on September 9. This iPhone-compatible smart watch is said to be supporting iPhone 6 on stage, albeit with a 2015 release date. It has been reported in the pipeline and is expected to be releasing with iPhone 6 this year. It is the most awaited ...

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AMD Radeon R9 285 Review:

This year, a new Radeon 200 graphics card may not hit the top news headline. But this one is ought to be a bit different than most other Radeon 200s. We are already considering that it isn’t rebadged HD 7000. This series has already exploded the market. With the codenamed as ‘Tonga Pro’, the new Radeon R9 285 has taken ...

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Amazon’s 4K video Starting Streaming on Samsung TVs:

From October onwards, Samsung television owners will be able to retrieve Amazon’s Prime Instant Video streaming services in 4K. Samsung is all set to bring 4K Netflix to Europe via its TVs. It is a confirmed statement that Amazon’s UHD service will be available from this October. The Korean tech monsters now want to convince you to work out for ...

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