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Technologies Review | February 21, 2019

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How To Make Your Mac Faster

May 8, 2018 |

Constantly that rotating beach ball in the picture or do you have to wait minutes before your Mac is finally started? Of course no one is waiting for that! But did you know that making your Mac faster is not that difficult at all? Here we give you five tips to ensure that your Mac is a lot faster.

Close Programs

Do you use many programs just like us in one day? Then check whether you close them completely. Every program you use takes up part of the Mac’s working capacity. The moment you do not close programs properly, your Mac will get a bit slower. Making a Mac faster starts with closing apps or programs that you do not use!

More Working Memory

Have you had your iMac or MacBook a little longer? Maybe it’s time for a simple upgrade! Placing more … Read More

How To Recover Files From Mac Hard Drive?

October 14, 2015 |

Solution for Mac User to Recover Lost Files

We will lose important files, data, and information if we don’t know how to perform data recovery after loss of data. For Mac users, loss of important photo, document, and video file, audio can be a real pain. It is more difficult to recover files from Mac because OS X is more complex than Windows. Sometimes you even don’t know where your files are stored on. You can restore the files from Trash bin if you have not emptied it. But if you have emptied the Trash bin, how to do?

The lost files are not permanently lost from your Mac hard drive. You can’t make them reappear on your Mac by yourself, but a third-party tool can do this work. That is why data recovery software tools are highly popular. Mac data recovery software can help you find lost files and recover … Read More

5 Ways To Speed Up Your Slow Motion Computer

November 6, 2013 |

Let’s face it, in the age of digital we expect our electronic devices to work at breakneck speeds, and if they aren’t cooperating at the necessary capacity to maintain our attention we’ll consider a hardware upgrade (if funds permit!). Nevertheless, few moments in life can be more frustrating than waiting for your archaic computer to load 3 reports when you’re pressed for time. Maybe you can go make a cup of jo while your computer loads those spreadsheets? Regardless of your situation, here are some key tips to help you improve your machine’s efficiency.

1. Remove the Junk

Your computer isn’t your house, you don’t need to hoard every last program and file like they are all sentimental relics passed down as family heirlooms. Instead, take some time to figure out what programs you use (or might use), then delete the rest. The same goes for your files … Read More

Multitouch Gestures with the Logitech T650 Touchpad

December 22, 2012 |

Nowadays people are getting more inclined towards gadgets that are controlled via gestures, swipes or taps. Many of us have now grown accustomed to using touch gestures even on our laptops. Windows 8, the latest version of Microsoft’s ubiquitous operating system, is putting more emphasis on the use of different gestures as part of operating system commands.

In this article we will look at the Logitech Wireless Touchpad T650 and how good it is in terms of functionality. The good thing about T650 is that it makes it a simple task to integrate a touch pad with any Windows 8 desktop computer or tablet PC. It has a glass topped surface which allows multi touch gestures & can be added seamlessly to any devices supporting Windows 8 operating system.

Logitech Touchpad Design


The design includes matte black and glass topped square with dimensions of 5.25 X 5.1 inch, and it looks very similar … Read More

Now Entering the Internet Radio Ring: The 500 Pound Gorilla Called Apple

October 1, 2012 |

Yes, you heard correctly: Apple is entering the Internet radio game. Companies such as Pandora, and iHeartRadio will soon be competing with the company that brought you the iPod and the iTunes store. The deal is still under wraps, since Apple is still negotiating with record companies for music rights, but, according to inside sources, it’s all but a done deal. This should be good news to iPhone and iPad users.


Why Apple is entering a relatively small and crowded Internet radio market doesn’t make a whole lot of sense on the surface, but when you ponder it for a moment, you can almost see a legitimate case for it. Internet radio means you can stream the music you want to hear, and change genres with a swipe. It’s different than having to create a different playlist to suit your mood or desired listening choices. And what if you suddenly have a hankering … Read More

Apple confers that aluminium scratching is normal

September 27, 2012 |

Reports have particularized the answer made to the query of a customer by Apple SVP of Marketing Phil Schiller. The query proposed the question that the side border gets scratched of black and then it was a slate iPhone 5, via an email received by 9to5Mac. For Schiller’s answer it’s difficult to comment it as unimpressive or an answer covering the scratching aluminium. Schiller apparently responded to concerns by pointing out that aluminum is naturally subject to scratches, and that minor chips over time are to be expected with the iPhone 5?s construction materials.

9to5Mac possesses the full email which was verified by the headers so that it may be conveyed that it was customary email by Apple. The texts in the email dragged forward read:

Any aluminum product may scratch or chip with use, exposing its natural silver color. That is normal.

As the survey speaks that aluminium is comparatively softer than glass, … Read More

Doesn’t Let Hard Disk Failure Put You Off, Disk Image Is Always an Option

September 24, 2012 |

Size of the hard disk is always one of the main factors to be considered while purchasing a PC. Ugly or beautiful, let’s face it! Hard disk may crash any time, no matter whether your PC is a new one or an age-old one, leaving you frustrated of losing all your crucial files. When technology was not very much developed, business owners suffered tremendous setbacks without a proper back up. But, this era has provided you with many technologies of creating a back up of your files, creating a Disk Image is one of the “Savior” methods of having back up.

Creating a Disk Image is simpler, however you need to ensure that copying of files and restoration are done perfectly. If the process is carried out properly then, there wouldn’t be any need of re-installation of operating system to get back the actual form of files.

Now that you know about this technology, you … Read More

Are We Heading Towards a World of Multi-Phone Owners?

April 10, 2012 |

In a recent blog on his website, Stephen Fry wrote about his own tendency to carry more than one smartphone on him; in fact, he carries one of each of the major operating systems (sorry, Symbian), saying ‘As a matter of course, the iPhone goes in one pocket; the Lumia or HTC HD7 Windows Phone into another (I can interchange happily there, whichever is charged and simmed up will do); the BlackBerry (bless) Bold into one more and then I have to choose an Android handset.’ Okay, so Stephen Fry is definitely a little eccentric, but is this an indication of the direction that the western world is heading in?

It’s not such a strange idea. Take the examples of computers and games consoles: it’s not unusual to own, say, a Mac and a PC, and it’s certainly not odd to own both an Xbox and a PlayStation – why? Well, despite being used … Read More

Tips and Reviews to Find Best Web Hosting Services

August 19, 2011 |

A web hosting business offers storage space, bandwidth, tools and other related services essential to make a website visible on the internet. With thousands of such companies, existing all across the globe today, it is difficult to decide on, which one offers the best web hosting services. Ranging from local providers to international organizations-most of which are now supporting multiple web hosting services, the best website hosting provider is the one that offers most reliable services at an affordable price according to individual and business needs.

Following are the key factors you should look out for in the best web hosting services: location, hardware, reliability, scalability, Monitoring, Support hours, response time, and policies also take into consideration the fine print.

Above and beyond the service, take note of the hosting plans, such as the operating system offered in different packages, along with the disk space, bandwidth, databases, IP addresses, Control Panel and most of all, … Read More

doubleTwist introduces AirTwist feature

February 16, 2011 |

doubleTwist has announced the availability of AirTwist on its popular Android app, the doubleTwist AirSync. The new update lets users to stream in multimedia content to a connected Xbox or PlayStation 3.

Once updated, the doubleTwist app will feature the users’ device on the Xbox or PS3 and, a simple selection of the device would let them to enjoy media on the big screen almost instantaneously. The AirTwist option can stream in photos, music as well as videos. The doubleTwist app forms a powerful platform running on Android, Mac and Windows and the recent addition of AirSync to the app had increased its potentials with the added option to wireless synchronization. And now, the AirTwist further heightens the platform by unlocking the power of living room devices.

For all devices running on Android 1.6+, the doubleTwist AirTwist is available as a free upgrade from the Android market. It will soon be available through Verizon … Read More

Flash Player 10.2 for Windows, Mac, and Linux released

February 10, 2011 |

Adobe has released Flash Player 10.2 that works for Windows,Mac and Linux. The new Player comes packed with features and is now available for download. The most impressive of the lot is the new Stage Video architecture that drastically reduces the processor load of playing back high resolution videos.With the feature, Adobe claims that a 1080p playback will not take up more than 15 percent of a CPU cycle.

The additional features in Flash Player 10.2 include the ability to go to true full screen playback in a single click. The multiple display full screen support adds to the multitasking ability. Developers can create their own cursors with the added support for  native mouse cursors that the 10.2 version holds.

To add-on, the new sub-pixel text rendering is a credible update for all complex character-based languages. GPU rendering technology that will be seen in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 is supported as well.

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Microsoft India introduces Office Web Apps

February 9, 2011 |

Microsoft Office Web Apps has arrived in India. Web Apps is on the same platform with Google Docs, which helps users create, access, edit and share documents from the Office suite, which includes Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote from any PC which has an internet connection. And the best thing of all is that the service is absolutely free.

Office Web Apps  is claimed to be a key piece of Microsoft’s overall cloud strategy. There are also features like ease of sharing and high document fidelity that make Office Web Apps a favorite for modern information workers and consumers alike.

The basic requirement to run Office Web Apps is a Windows Live ID on SkyDrive or Hotmail to access Microsoft Office Web Apps from any of the supported web browsers like Internet Explorer 7 or later, Mozilla Firefox 3.5 or later, Google Chrome and Safari 4. The documents that are ported retain their style, formatting, … Read More

About the Second MAC Display And Air Display For Your iPad

December 25, 2010 |

Your iPad is a great tool to use as a second display when your using your first on your MAC. The MAC II (which was introduced in 1987) has been capable of using multiple screens since the beginning. The Air Display Application was not as fun for me to hear about. It has a connection to WiFi so there was a little doubt in my mind about the application. It actually ran wonderfully when I went to first give it a try on my personal computer. I then decided to put the MAC version on my computer, so I started downloading it right away. Right away, after I re-started the iPad and watched the system convert it to a second display via my Macbook Pro. I was instantly hooked. I was actually able to pull pieces of my Photo shop application as well as pull the Safari web browser buttons on to the application as … Read More