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Windows 8 is the most significant technology development in the last 6 months. The last quarter of 2012 saw the market getting flooded with uncounted number of Operating Systems, yet the most popular buzzword of the San Francisco Bay Area remains Microsoft Windows 8 . We all are acquainted with the hoopla surrounding Windows 8(lenka wanna be, anyone?). Apple Fanboys and Linux Lovecats lowered their...

HTC, a smartphone maker based in Taiwan, announced its new flagship device ‘HTC one’ on Tueday. The phone will compete with Samsung’s ‘Galaxy s3′, Apple’s iPhone and other flagship devices. It is powered by Google’s Android Jelly Bean aka Android 4.1 and the new version of Sense, a proprietary user interface created by HTC.   Here is a look at some of...

SPECIFICATIONS for HTC Windows phone 8s- 4-inch Super LCD 2 Touchscreen Expandable Storage Capacity up to 32 GB Windows Phone 8 OS 5 MP Primary Camera 1 GHz Dual Core Krait Processor 512 MB RAM HD Recording (720p) Rear 5mp AF camera with LED flash 1700 Mah lithium polymer battery Beats audio REVIEW- HTC 8s is a Windows Phone with its latest version Windows phone 8 and is the first mid ranged windows...

The company ‘Nokia’ is synonymous with mobile phones, applications and the Ovi Store. Nokia  always strives to deliver the best to its consumers in terms of tele-communications, features and robustness. One such step to bring its consumers closer to Nokia and its products is the Nokia Mob Squad. Over the years, Nokia’s Endeavor has been to bring students closer to their aspirations, help them...

Windows Phone owners, here are some apps that you need to check out. This will be updated frequently. Except for the usual Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, Skype, there are some great third-party apps that you need to have on your device. 4th & Mayor is an awesome Foursquare client. Even better than the official Foursquare client. Cocktail Flow is an incredibly well...

Two smartphone giants, Nokia and Apple, have announced their latest flagship devices. Here’s a look at how they stack up against each other. HARDWARE: Display: Nokia: The Lumia 920 has a curved 4.5” Gorilla Glass 2 display with WXGA resolution (1280 x 768). It’s even higher than 720p HD (1280 x 720) in most high-end Android smartphones. The pixel density of...