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Technologies Review | August 18, 2018

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You Can Get A Good Price For Your Used iPhone

January 6, 2016 |

It always makes sense to sell your old iPhone if you want to buy the latest model. But before you sell it, here’s a few things you need to take care of. Remember that refurbished smartphones can get the maximum price. Now what does this mean? Maybe your phone had some glitches, or developed a few problems after a few months’ use; you need to get them fixed before you sell your device. You can also clean change the outer casing if it is chipped or damaged so that your refurbished mobiles looks as good as new.

l  Timing is crucial – typically, you need to sell your iPhone when you are most likely to get the maximum price for it. A good time is when you know this particular model has been around for a while but Apple is likely to announce the later model soon. Once … Read More

Tips To Win The Lottery

October 13, 2015 |

If you read various books or search the web for how to win lottery, you’ll probably find tons of tips that actually don’t work. The lottery frequency schemes (you will be surprised to know that every number has an equal chance of winning, no matter how recently it was picked), software that’s supposed to be better at selecting a number & various other kinds of wishful thinking abound.

Thus, there is no way to forecast that which number will come up next in the lottery. The picking up of the number is completely random. Hence, the best an individual can do is to select unusual number so that he/she doesn’t have to split in case there’s a tie. Well, that doesn’t mean that there’s no way of increasing your odds of winning given below are few tips that will surely help you:

Responsive Versus Adaptive Web Design and Why It’s Important

June 24, 2015 |

It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that a website is just a website and that all sites are pretty much the same. While that might once have been true, the Internet changes fast and in recent years the requirements for websites have changed with it.

More and more of us are accessing the web via mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Indeed many people skip the desktop altogether and their only experience of the Internet is on mobile. The smaller screens of these devices mean that traditional websites don’t always display to their best advantage. If your site is to work in the era of mobile Internet it needs to be able to be able to display properly on any device.

Adapt or Respond?

To be effective in the mobile age a website needs to change to suit the device it’s being viewed … Read More

The 5 Best iPhone Apps For Travelling In Australia

August 29, 2014 |

It looks like iPhone Australian travel apps are coming out quicker than you can fold a map! Seriously though, the when you had to carry around many travel guides are gone. Today, it is more convenient and almost a necessity to have functional Apps on your phone that really assist you on your trip. There are just so many, so I have taken time out to pick out 5 tried and tested Apps you can count on, particularly when travelling around Australia.

There’s Nothing like Australia – free

Launched in June by Tourism Australia as part of its “There is Nothing like Australia” international campaign. The smart-looking multimedia app takes users on thirteen journeys via video, travel stories and interactive imagery. Featured destinations include Melbourne, Sydney, Uluru, El Questro and Hayman Island. Aside from the inspirational scenes, this App is also full with detail, including things to see and places to … Read More

Car Shopping? 4 Apps That Every Smart Driver Needs To Make The Right Purchase

January 22, 2014 |

Buyers in today’s auto market have such an advantage over buyers of even ten years ago. Technology has put a wealth of information at our fingertips, allowing us to make informed decisions, negotiate the best prices and find the car of our dreams, all with just a handful of smartphone apps. If you are ready to start shopping, these apps can save you time and money, taking the hassle out of car buying.

Kelley Blue Book

Kelley Blue Book has long been an industry resource for new and used car pricing. Simply enter the car’s details and you will get a comprehensive value report for new, used and trade-in prices. This can give you more bargaining power because you already know what the car should sell for and how much to expect from your trade-in.

Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kbb.mobile

iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kbb-com/id367353324?mt=8

Edmunds

Edmunds is … Read More

Cloud Computing In 2014 & Beyond

December 17, 2013 |

With cloud computing being adopted by more and more industries as a way to store and access information, 2014 is being predicted as the year of the cloud. The consequences of this new innovation have the potential to change the gentle acceptance of cloud computing taking place now into a shockwave that will affect the IT landscape as well as business computing for years to come.

Personal Cloud Computing

Google — with its Chromebook, Android OS and Google Play store (where thousands of apps are free) — has already committed to personal cloud computing. All its hardware entries are cloud-centric and none use the typical hard drive configuration. Microsoft and Apple are also gearing up for the cloud revolution, with Windows 8 and Apple OS X (Mountain Lion) having woven the cloud into the next generation of desktop and laptop computers.

The only factor throttling back the cloud revolution is … Read More

How To Maintain Business Email Access Through Mobile Devices

September 4, 2013 |

Accessing your email from your mobile devices is essential for workers on the go. Missing a critical message can mean taking too long to get an important job done and can even lead to losing a client. The business environment is very competitive today and whether you’re a business of one or 10,000, it’s essential to keep in touch throughout the day and to know the minute a critical message is received. Waiting several hours to respond may be just too long. These instructions on synchronizing, your contacts, calendar, mail and mobile devices should help you keep in touch with your valuable contacts and enable you to respond in a timely fashion.

Setup Rackspace Email with Mobile Sync on iPod, iPad and iPhone

You can also sync contacts and calendar events in real-time. Here are the setup steps:

  1. Verify that your iPhone is running a minimum of … Read More

Is Moto X The Pinnacle Of Modern Convenience?

August 13, 2013 |

For a long time now, science fiction has shown us humanity’s dreams of having a world with so much convenience that all it takes is a few spoken commands for anything you want to be delivered right to you. Now, with the Moto X coming out, we might be one step closer to such dreams as a species. The new phone has brand new capabilities unlike anything we’ve seen before and it could very well revolutionize how we interact with computers in the coming future.

Any Time Voice Commands

One of the striking things about shows like “Star Trek” was the fact that no one had to ever push a button or switch a lever before talking to the computer. All you’d have to do is just say the name “Computer” out loud with a pause afterward, indicating that you wanted the computer’s attention and that you were planning on addressing … Read More

Changing Web Hosting Services

July 16, 2013 |

If you’ve never had to endure the aggravation and inconvenience of dealing with an unsavory Web host, I — and many others — envy you. It happens subtly, at first, though it might seem to spring forth suddenly. There are always warning signs. A minor, low importance support ticket takes a few weeks to close. Perhaps you’d forgotten about it entirely. Your site goes down a few times in one week, but it happens early in the morning, so you figure it’s not a big deal. Then it goes down during peak hours and you can’t reach anyone on the phone. Maybe you’ve gone over your allotted bandwidth with nary a message of warning or offer to upgrade. Maybe the server itself crashed and the host is “working on it.”

It’s easy to overlook a few hiccups, but if you’re with a less-than-scrupulous Web host they’ll progress beyond the occasional annoyance. By the time … Read More

Roadtrip 2.0 – How Technology Can Make Your Summer Trip Better Than Ever

June 25, 2013 |

Back in the old days, keeping long car trips interesting took some brain-wracking creativity and it wasn’t always pretty. After all, you can only sing “99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall” so many times. Luckily, we’re living in the wonderful Information Age when technology is mobile and versatile. If you’re planning a big road trip this summer, consider integrating these wonderful pieces of technology to make the vacation more enjoyable.

Playlists That Don’t Stop

Image via Flickr by marie 11

Gone are the days of the painstakingly organized mix cassette or CD collection. With the help of an MP3 player or even a smartphone, you can take your entire music collection with you on your summer road trip. Most digital music devices only need a simple peripheral to connect to car audio equipment, so for a pittance you can go through as many playlists as you can imagine. Better yet, ditch … Read More

8 iPhone Apps to Help You Keep Up With Your Home

June 14, 2013 |

Do-it-yourself home improvement projects are rewarding and challenging. Luckily, there are some iPhone apps available that can bring out the handyman in everyone. Whether it’s a painting project or plumbing upgrade, these apps are sure to be just as useful as your toolbox.

1. Palettes

Image via Flickr by Nieve44/Luz

Color matching is close to impossible, but with Palettes, you can match paint colors with fabrics and other wall colors by simply taking a picture of the items you want to match. Palettes will even suggest color combinations and the best part is, it’s free.

2. Handy Man DIY

One of the most daunting tasks of any home improvement project is budgeting for materials. Handy Man DIY categorizes the supplies needed for each project based off measurements and project type. It’s a $1.99 download and includes video tutorials too.

3. Mark On Call

DIY is all about proper project planning … Read More

Guide to Transferring Data from One iPhone to another

May 1, 2013 |

If you are one of those new iPhone owners, congratulations, you have entered into the world that you had never witnessed before. With iPhone you can do tons of things, and in order to be able to use this ultra high-tech device to its full capacity, you must first understand all of its features. Most of the iPhone users don’t even know the features that iPhone provides them, and they use it just to make calls, Internet and SMS. You have to do a little research though to find out the complete list of features that your iPhone has and what else can you do with iPhone besides normal mobile stuff.

In this article we are going to discuss one of such iPhone features that a normal End-User don’t know about, and it is essential to teach iPhone users regarding this feature as it can make their life  a lot easier. We are going to … Read More

Comparing iPhone 6 and Samsung S III

April 3, 2013 |

Since iPhone 6 hasn’t been released yet, rumors believe it will be almost identical to the iPhone 5 so in comparison we’re breaking down the IPhone5 and the Samsung S III Smartphones and see which is better and why.

• Design

IPhone 5 offers a slim aluminium back cover with a non-removable battery and a fingerprint and oil resistant screen (front cover.) Dimensions are: 128.8 mm height, 58.6 mm width and 7.6 mm thickness.

Samsung Galaxy SIII offers a plastic back cover with a removable battery and a Corning Gorilla Glass II screen (front cover.) Dimensions are 136.6 mm height, 70.6 mm width and 8.6 mm thickness.

Depending on if you want a slender phone, or a larger phone, both sizes offer a good fit to users.

• Screen

IPhone offers a 4 inch IPS screen with 1136 x 640 res (306 dpi.) In the dark you are supplied with maximum brightness and a less … Read More