Month: July 2014

Facebook includes a new feature “Save”

Save- the new feature introduced by Facebook enable users to revisit links, places, movies, TV shows, music, posts, books content or feeds whenever you want. This archival feature is primarily designed for people who don’t find time to explore and want to view at a later time.  The best part is you don’t have to be online to read the saved pages. What Facebook has to say about ‘Save’? According to Facebook blog post “Every day, people find all sorts of interesting items on Facebook that they don’t have time to explore right away. Now you can save items that you find on Facebook to check out later when you have more time.” This feature like other components of the website is to keep you inside Facebook. And it will be available to all Android, iOS, and web users soon. How you can utilize ‘Save’? If you have come across something interesting and want to read it later, all you need to do is select ‘Save’, which has been positioned on the left-hand side of your News Feed. The items you save gets automatically arranged, and can be accessed, shared or archived. And if you save an item and forget about it, the social networking website will keep sending you notifications that you have saved items you found interesting at one point. This feature has been designed on basis...

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Who else is using your Wi-Fi network?

Do you know when you connect to your Wi-Fi network; someone else also can connect to your network, even if you have set a security password. These days with the increase in usage of Internet, it highly important to take preventative measures to keep a stranger or neighborhood from stealing your network. Wondering why you should worry if a random person is using your network? It is always a good idea to know about all the devices and people that use your Wi-Fi network to browse the Internet. Here’s why: Cyber criminals stealing your network to carry out illegal activities can put you in great trouble An intruder using your business network can leak client data, employee’s data, financial transaction, etc. To get to the root cause of the problem and find out the intruders on your wireless network, there are loads of free apps available in the market. One such app is Who Is On My WiFi. Who Is On My Wifi will show you every computer on your network and alert you about any unrecognized computer. Wondering if someone is using my network? Follow the steps to find using Who Is On My WiFi: Step 1: Install Who Is On My Wi-Fi app on your PC. Step 2: Open the app and follow the tutorial steps to start network scan. Step 3: After a scan, you will...

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Everything you need to know about Apple iOS 8

Apple is soon going to launch the eight major release of its mobile operating system for iPod, iPad, and iPhone. The new software, iOS 8 is the successor and revamped version of iOS 7 and sports a range of new features and abilities. Here, we have compiled a whole heap of features that will certainly change the way you use your mobile. What’s new about iOS 8? Photos and Camera This time the Photos app comes loaded with a lot of editing options. The cropping option now enables you to rotate the image clockwise and anti-clockwise. In addition to this, you can change the brightness and colors of your pictures too. Timelapse is another interesting feature that is included in the upcoming iOS mobile operating system. Notification Center As compared to its successor iOS 7, the Notification Center in the latest iOS 8 is much more advanced. It allows you to add, remove and rearrange notification widgets. Messages In iOS 8, you can send video and audio messages merely by holding the record button. And in group conversations, you can either add or remove anyone right from a thread. Design As far as design of this soon to be released mobile operating system is concerned, it is very much like its predecessor. However, to give it a new look and feel, a few changes have been given to iOS...

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Ink and Slide- Adobe’s first entry into the hardware market

How about showing your creative skills digitally? With Adobe’s two new digital drawing devices “Ink and Stylus”, you can showcase your creativity with ease. Designed to be used with Apple’s iPad, Adobe’s new creative hardware Ink is a sleek pressure-sensitive stylus having Adonit Pixelpoint technology. It is meant to offer artistic control along with unmatched accuracy. While on the other hand, Adobe’s Slide is a digital ruler designed to let you make perfect circles, straight lines, etc. Together, these hardware tools are believed to offer designers completely different tablet drawing experience, much different than the usual stylus. Integration with Creative Cloud In order to make these devices all the more powerful, these devices are connected with Creative Cloud so you can browse your creative assets in album-like format and share them via e-mail, AirDrop, or Behance. However, to be able to show your creative talent using these Adobe’s products, ensure to meet the basic requirements, including iPad 4th generation, iPad Mini, iPad Mini with Retina display, or iPad. As far as the availability of the products is concerned, right now these are only available in the U.S. for...

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Selfie lovers, here’s a smartphone for you- Sony Xperia C3

Are you obsessed of taking your own photographs? You will certainly love the world’s first ever selfie smartphone, Sony Xperia C3. Since it is a selfie-centric smartphone, the prime highlight of the phone without doubt is its 5 MP wide-angle front-facing camera that enables you to cover more in the frame. Another notable characteristic is its Superior Auto Mode that automatically adjusts pictures according to the lighting conditions. Also, there is an auto scene recognition feature that functions with LED and HDR flash to balance lighting in your photographs. What’s more? This selfie smartphone comes equipped with various selfie camera apps, such as AR Effects, Portrait Retouch, and Timeshift-burst amongst...

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