Want 50GB for free ? – use MEGA cloud storage

Want 50GB for free ? – use MEGA cloud storage

MEGA provides 50 GB free storage. It also comes with many nice features for free. Firstly it provides end to end encryption for free which is quite unique when compared to many other cloud storage services. Secondly it provides near universal accessibility .You can access your files using the local mega sync client for Windows, Mac or Linux. It  also has mobile apps for Android, iOS, Windows phone and also for Blackberry. It also browser…

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Apple launches iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case

Apple  launches iPhone 6s Smart Battery Case

Battery life has been the Achilles heels of all smartphones, there isn’t just enough of it to go all day around. Even the mighty iPhone hasn’t been immune from it. The core reason has been that battery technology has not been able to keep pace with overall evolution of smartphone technology. Apple has finally tried to address this issue by launching a smart battery case for iPhone 6S and iPhone 6. This new smart case…

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Adobe Lightroom – now free on Android and iOS

Adobe Lightroom – now free on Android and iOS

Adobe Lightroom Mobile one of the best photo editing apps available in the market has just been made free by Adobe. This is a quite shift for Adobe. Earlier a monthly free of $9.99 was charged per user. One reasoning for this change was existence of similar apps for free like Snapspeed, VSCO, Google Photos and many others. Adobe Lightroom is still the best out there, but increasing competition in terms of both quantity and quality probably forced…

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Overwatch – First person shooter – trailer

Blizzard Entertainment’s Overwatch is one of the most awaited  multiplayer first-person shooter in 2016. It is already in beta in North America and beta will soon be launched in Asia. The game will officially be released in first or second quarter of 2016 on Xbox, Playstation and Windows platform. There are currently no plans for Apple’s Mac version. You can pre-order it here. The trailer of Overwatch is different from other trailers is that looks more like a…

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Move over Wi-Fi, Li-Fi is coming

Wi-Fi or Wireless fidelity has become a ubiquitous part of our daily lives in recent years. A new technology – Li-Fi – Light Fidelity has emerged which will probably revolutionize short-distance wireless communication in coming years. Li-Fi (Light Fidelity) is a bidirectional, high speed and fully networked wireless communication technology similar to Wi-Fi. It is coined by Prof. Harald Haas.It is wireless and uses visible light communication or infra-red and near ultraviolet (instead of radio…

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World’s first soap-free phone from Kyocera

  Water-proof phones or toilet proof phones have been existing for many years now. Kyocera has introduced Digno Rafre – world’s first soap proof phone – a phone that can be washed with soap. It can also be called lunch or dinner proof phone because if it gets spoiled during eating it can washed with soap. It is also a hygenic or germ-free phone as it can be regularly washed with soap unlike other phones. The Rafre…

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Chakra – Microsoft’s powerful Javascript Engine is going open source

‘Chakra’ is the core javascript engine powering Microsoft Edge browser for Windows 10. At JSConf Florida Microsoft has stated it is going to make Chakra open source and avaiable on Github. Chakra was developed by Microsoft in 2008 from scratch. Apart from Microsoft Edge browser, Chakra powers Universal Windows applications like in  Xbox, a Windows phone, or a desktop PC. It also powers services like Azure, Cortana and Outlook.com. Chakra is in a sense more than Edge…

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Facebook starts becoming a little bit like Amazon

Facebook has launched a new “Buy Tickets” button on it’s event pages.  The user can use this button to buy ticket directly thru Facebook. For the time it is launched only in San Francisco Bay Area.  The entire backend operation of ticket buying takes place outside Facebook. But the confirmation email will be send to the Facebook user’s listed email. Facebook is not charging for this process from the event organizers. This is a further…

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Google Chrome can now save data upto 70 percent

Using a mobile phone to access a web app on a slow connection can be a very painful and frustrating experience. Everybody has at some point experienced this. The reason for this is, on average  60 to 70 percent data on a website   consists of images and they can take lot of time to load on a slow connection. Google has tried to ease this pain by incorporating a new data saver mode in…

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