Category Archives: Tools & Apps
Evernote pulled a fast one on its loyal user base earlier today with announcing a change in its pricing. And this has irked a lot of people! If you are like me, i.e. a regular user of Evernote but would like to move away to other alternatives like OneNote, this post can help you!
Like every year at this time, Apple released a major upgrade to its flagship mobile OS – the iOS9. iOS9 is now available in India and launched along with several others across the world. The official time was 10am PST and the social media immediately started buzzing with first impressions on the iOS 9 launch. In this post you can find details on some of the new features of iOS9 and how you can install it on your iOS device.
With the launch of Google Plus Hangout and Facebook Video Chat, Video chatting is now getting more common day by day and so are the problems related to it. Skype has been a powerful and popular IM tool which made video chat better and faster. But among the problems faced by all users, one of the biggest one is lack of clarity in picture quality. Most of the times, the blame goes to the camera quality but that’s not entirely true.
“Learning is a phenomenon that should never stop..”, something I sincerely believe in. I crave to learn something new everyday and also try to explore never imagined territories. While exploring one of my favorite design communities, I came across this humongous list of courses across various subjects ranging from Architecture to Artificial Intelligence. And the best part is that these courses are delivered from lecturers across the world top universities like Stanford, MIT & Harvard and they are all free of cost.
For past several months, Microsoft has been busy building its new OS codenamed Windows 8, which targets a variety of devices ranging from tablet to desktop PCs. Initial announcement from Microsoft about the OS came in January 2011 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Faulty auto meters, rude auto rickshaw walas, getting cheating by auto drivers – something all of us in India have been a victim of at some point in our lives. One always has to haggle with the auto drivers to avoid paying sometimes 300% of the actual fare. And if you are new in the city then you cannot even be sure whether you are being cheated or not.