Windows 7 outdoes Windows 8, For the First Time!

Not always do you find a successor being outdone by a predecessor. Be it in the mobile niche or the software niche, the successor is expected to tame its predecessor and eventually shoot it down to oblivion. However, that’s not the case with Windows 8. It’s reported that the month of September saw Windows 8 […]

Scratch Free Apple iPhone?

With the unveiling of much-awaited iPhone 5S round the corner, speculations about apprehended Apple’s novel creativity is running high. A Chinese fan site, Apple Daily, has gone a step ahead and predicted that a budget version of the elite Apple phone series known as iPhone C with features like scratch resistance, break resistance and body […]

Android leads the Competition in Mobiles as Of Now

Google’s Android OS is continuing to dominate the market and is snubbing the growth rate of Apple and Blackberry phones.  IDC, a research firm found that Apple’s global share went down to as low as 13.2% while that of Android run phones rose to 79.3%. The jump is also not very good for Blackberry whose […]

Apple’s new 11-inch MacBook Air

The MacBook Air was viewed as somewhat of a luxury product when it was introduced for the first time but with subsequent modifications and passage of time the definitions have changed. Right now, it occupies a substantial place in Apple’s tech products. The new MacBook Air, unveiled at WWDC 2013 offers a 1.7 GHz dual […]

Latest update from Apple today at WWDC 2013

Beginning today in San Francisco, USA is much awaited Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC). It is rumoured that latest software developments like the much talked about iOS 7 and iRadio will be unveiled along with software updates for Macbook Air and the next level of Mac OS X. The conference will be held from […]

Google Glass will Not Recognize Faces Yet

            In answer to privacy concerns, Google has promised that it will not endorse any apps for its new Glass that have facial recognition. According to an anonymous Google spokesperson, this decision will be in effect until strong privacy controls will be developed.             The privacy issue of facial recognition […]

Google Glass will not Recognize Faces Yet

            In answer to privacy concerns, Google has promised that it will not endorse any apps for its new Glass that have facial recognition. According to an anonymous Google spokesperson, this decision will be in effect until strong privacy controls will be developed.             The privacy issue of facial recognition […]

Apple iPhone 6 Rumors Gets Stronger than Ever!

Finally, the wait is nearly over for ‘Apple’ fans all around the world. Rumors suggest that the new Apple iPhone will be out this ‘fall’, when the wait of all those eagerly waiting for their favorite gadget to come into market will be over. And yes, it now seems that the iPhone 6 will be […]

Why Women Are Increasingly Being Hired in PHP Business

Most of the countries that are profitable destinations for PHP developers are male dominated societies that have a lopsided view of women as compared to their counterparts elsewhere, half way across the globe such as United Kingdom or the Americas. This may seem strange as the women in these countries are restricted from being privy […]

iPad slammed hard by Microsoft’s new ad

The new ad released by Microsoft, which features Windows 8 ASUS VivoTab Smart tablet and Apple’s iPad, managed to bash iPad pretty hard. Seems like the Microsoft-Apple competition is getting heated up yet again.  The 30-seconds advertisement carefully lists the things that iPad cannot do and the Windows 8 latest tablet can such as updating […]