Three Challenges Come in the way of International Conference Calling

Today , Global Business has  the employees, colleagues and partners  that are scattered across the world .It is usually not easy for the businessman  to arrange business trips from time to time as it involves time and of course the cost. Although it is necessary to discuss important matters of business with the partners, employee […] » Read More

Speed up typing with keyboard shortcuts

Issue:  October 2008 (Premier Issue) The keyboard has a number of features built in that are designed to speed up the typing process.Typing punctuation and numbers can seem like a chore, because it appears that you have to tap the “.?123” button, then the desired character, and then the “ABC” button to return » Read More

iOS 10-10.2 Compatible Jailbreak Tweaks

Yalu jailbreak is finally released which jailbreak iOS 10-iOS 10.2 and it works with some iOS devices such as iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, and iPad Pro. If you've jailbroken your iPhone and wish to download some jailbreak tweaks on it we will be glad to give you a full list of the compatible tweaks.To ensure that you install only the tweaks that are compatible with iOS 10, here’s a » Read More

12 Must-Have Social Networking Apps

A few years ago, not a lot of us would have foreseen a social revolution. Social networks have brought everyone closer, albeit virtually. People have got this craving to share every step of their life with others and they do so in way too many places. From message boards and chatrooms to Twitter and Facebook, connecting and sharing happens round the clock.There is no single app to bottle the soci » Read More

A Hidden Code In iOS 5 Show's Interesting iPad 3 References !

Since Apple released iOS 5 and the developers are digging into iOS 5 codes spotting some hidden features, today the guys at 9to5Mac spotted a hidden code in iOS 5 show's some interesting iPad 3 references The site has exposed several secret features in the new software by code-digging over the last few months — including Siri.As we reported for you from some time that Apple stopped working iPad 2 » Read More

FCC Releases Speed Test App to Measure Performance of US Wireless Networks

After releasing an Android internet Speed Test app last November, the FCC has now released a similar app for iOS. Now you can get a government approved speed analysis for the networks you are using and participate in a data collection program which tracks network speeds around the country.The FCC claims that no personal data is being collected and with the intense scrutiny of government agencies » Read More

Rumor of the Day: Apple Turns to Samsung’s U.S. Plant to Make A9 Chip

Even though the next generation of processor chip is nearly a year from being needed, the design process probably began years ago. Each new generation of chip gets faster, smaller, and more efficient. The as-yet-unfinished A9 chip is next in line for Apple’s mobile devices. According to a new rumor, Samsung is charged with making it, and the company’s Austin, TX plant will be the manufacturing lo » Read More

Chess Dice: New iPad App Game

For all you lovers of chess we’ve discovered a really cool new iPad game called Chess Dice. The game Chess Dice is brought to you by Alexey Molchanov of Dream Craft Corp.This is like playing chess on steriods and is great fun for anyone who loves logic games like chess. First thing you’ll notice when you download this iPad app is that the user interface is very clean and easy to navig » Read More

New iWatch Concept features circular display, wireless charging capabilities and more

If you thought that the Smartwatch concept we covered yesterday was too traditional, and are hoping that Apple’s iWatch would look more futuristic, then you may want to check out this new concept created by Argentine design student Tomas Moyano. Continue reading → » Read More

Oh! Edo Towns just about maintains the Kariosoft fun

The last Kariosoft game we looked at was Grand Prix Story, a delightful motor racing simulator built on the success of the breakout Game Dev Story. Oh! Edo Towns is another ‘stick-to-the-formula’ title from the same Japanese developers keen to simulate every single activity known to man. We’ve had mega malls, video game development, hot springs, but we’ve never had towns. It’s an interesting area » Read More