Review of Android 4.2: Google’s step towards Perfection

Review of Android 4.2: Google’s step towards Perfection

Though Hurricane Sandy has stopped Google from pushing the Android event on 29th October, it couldn’t stop them from releasing shiny new stuff which they’ve been working on. This includes Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and of course Android 4.2. I’ve got Android 4.2 (which bears the same name, i.e. Jellybean) installed on my […]

86% of Removal Request by India to Google are without a Court Order

Google Transparency Report - India

Google puts out transparency reports every few months. One disturbing trend came out in the previous report was that India has 49% increase in the number of removal requests made by government agencies. The latest report shows that 86% of the removal requests by India are without a court order. Worrying trends of Internet Censorship? […]

Playboard: A better way to find good Android apps

Playboard: A better way to find good Android apps

None of the top Mobile OSes have good app stores. If you’re an iOS user, you’re stuck with iTunes, one of the most bloated software ever (even on a Mac). Also, the recent card-like layout in App Store which shows only one app at a time can be really irritating. Android is no exception for this […]

Stock Android: It’s almost perfect, except for a few quirks

Stock Android: It’s almost perfect, except for a few quirks

Android during the Gingerbread phase was considered to be slow, laggy and badly designed. Ice Cream Sandwich changed that. All of that. Then came Jellybean, blowing everyone’s mind with Google Now. Now here’s the thing, though the actual or stock versions of ICS and Jellybean are good, the skinned versions like Touchwiz, Sense or Motoblur […]

Get Real-Time Tweets with Google Search Results

Get Real-Time Tweets with Google Search Results

When Google Realtime was launched, it would show a lot of results from Twitter. It showed Twitter’s awesome dominance on almost all events which were important to be followed in realtime. Then things between Google and Twitter went sour and Google had no longer access to all data from Twitter. I use Chrome and HashPlug […]

Microsoft introduces Excel Surveys in SkyDrive

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Microsoft on its blog, today announced a new feature with SkyDrive. The new feature will allow users to create Excel based surveys which can be useful to plan events or projects. How Excel Surveys work: Simply login to your SkyDrive account online at https://skydrive.live.com/. Click on create button at the top and select “Excel Survey” […]

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