Archive for the ‘Smartphones’ Category
There’s been so much rumor-hawking and speculation the past few weeks that whether you’re ready or not, we’re squarely in the middle of iPhone season. So here’s a quick rundown of everything we think we know about Apple’s next iPhone.
This was an interesting article on Gizmodo today: Beneath every Google map is a goldmine of data that’s hidden from the user; a series of logical statements about places and highways that help provide correct directions, can tell you when traffic’s bad, and generally makes the service so much more useful than a paper counterpart.
If you’re trying to figure out what your iPhone 5 (or 6) — or your next Android device or Windows Phone — is going to look like, there are some things you need to know. The smartphone market revolves around one question: how do you fit all-day access to all of a consumer’s favorite applications
A nice feature in samsung galaxy mobile phones and tablets is the strong security offered by pattern lock. Pattern locks once set and put to ON mode, just give you few chances to get it right and unlock the mobile, and if unfortunately anybody forgets the pattern lock, what to do? A few people reported that a
Trouble with your GPS? Your computer is mysteriously rebooting? It’s probably due to the effects of two solar flares which hit Earth on Thursday March 8. They should cause the largest solar storm in five years.
To perform a hard reset on the BlackBerry PlayBook: Hold down the volume up key, volume down key, and power button at the same time and hold it for about 15 seconds. TIP: Its easier if you hit the volume up key then the volume down key and then the power key.
comes with a unique feature called AirPrint which allows you to print your documents, photos, emails and web-pages over a Wifi connection with your Apple iOS device. To enable iOS 4.2 AirPrint feature on Windows, follow the step-by-step guide below. This guide is applicable to Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP users.
- iTunes 10.1
- Make sure the printer is setup as a shared printer on your local PC
- Make sure you have full administrator privileges to enable/disable services on your PC
Steps to Enable AirPrint on Windows 7/Vista/XP:
- If you have 64-bit Windows OS, go to C:Program Files (x86) and create a new folder called AirPrint as shown in the screenshot below:
Please follow these instructions for setting up your HTC ERIS for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync. If you have any questions, please ask in the form of a comment on this blog article
- From the home screen, touch the applications tab (located in the lower-left).
To configure you iPhone (Software version 1.x) for email, plese follow these steps:
So there has been a lot of buzz lately with the release of the Google Android phones. Every carier seems to have an Android phone made by a different manufacturer running a different version of the Android software. So what does it all mean?
Well I don’t really feel like getting into the history of the versions in this article, but lets just say that since it’s initial release, Google keeps releasing newer versions just as Microsoft or Apple would (1.0, 1.5, 1.6, 2.0, 2.1)
Here are the differences between the versions: