Samsung is working on a Wireless charger which might be launched in mid-2014

High cost, crude technology, and competing standards have tormented the development of wireless charging. Currently, inductive magnetic charging and resonant inductive magnetic charging are the technologies that are being used. But only the former technology has made into products, in the form of the Qi wireless charging standard. Samsung has shown its concern in the…

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Microsoft is planning on an update for Windows Phone with 1080p HD screens, Quad-core processors, and more

Microsoft has announced its third Windows update that would include a larger screen resolutions and quad-core processors. Microsoft says that it will have a 5-inch and 6-inch touchscreens with 1080p HD resolutions. The large display area will enable up to six Live tiles on the Start screen rather than four. The third update will also…

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Chrome Beta for Android app

Chrome’s new beta version has a better feature: the ability to add the application shortcuts to your home screen. You always needed to do this by adding sites to the bookmarks first, but this method in Chrome is much faster. If this web app is designed to be used on its own, launching it from…

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Future HTC phones may bear Dual-boot OS

Microsoft is cajoling HTC to offer Windows phone “as a second option” on Android devices. Bloomberg coated that Microsoft is ready to cut or even eliminate licensing fees in order to convince HTC to load its Windows phone on its Android devices. It’s not yet clear if this would be a rise of dual-boot operating…

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Moto X camera update from AT&T

Recently T-Mobile and Sprint started rolling out a new Moto X update that made improvable changes in the device’s camera. We wondered AT&T wouldn’t be too far behind to make his own update, and now the time has come. The primal focus here is with the camera. The update has a better exposure for backlit/outdoor…

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NSA’s Mobile Phone Tracker

A little bird called Edward Snowden has put the government in a tricky position. It seems like the National Security Agency, which was meant to keep a check on foreign intelligence agencies like RAW, MOSSAD and MOIS, is instead spying on US citizens. The good folk over at the NSA are no better than a…

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Install/update errors in Google Play store

You might be facing an error in updating your Google Play store, don’t worry you’re not alone. A series of errors are popping up on Play Store, including a 927 error, RPC: S-5: AEC-O information retrieval error and the DF-BPA-10 processing error. These are the commonly identified issues. It’s unaware of the cause for these errors…

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