Monthly Archives: March 2014

Apple releases iOS 7.1 update with CarPlay

Apple has discharged another ios 7.1 product redesign for the ios running iphone, ipod touch and ipad models. The new ios 7.1 product redesign packs the newly advertised Carplay characteristic. Separated from that, it brings a few client interface enhancements

Two games based on Rajinikanth’s Kochadaiiyaan coming for iOS, Android, Windows

Two games dependent upon the approaching motion picture of Rajinikanth, Kochadaiiyaan, have been declared for portable telephones dependent upon ios, Android, and Windows. The principal amusement – Kochadaiiyaan the legend; Kingdom Run – is a side scroller movement arcade diversion,

Microsoft reveals DirectX 12 at GDC, promises to make graphics

Microsoft disclosed the following emphasis of their gaming design API, Directx 12, throughout a discussion at this week’s Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. One of the key upgrades highlighted in Directx 12 keeps tabs on expanding execution. As stated

Intel’s Black Brook reference AIO desktop design

Intel just revealed the ”Black Brook,” a prototype AIO desktop PC that they claim will be the future of the PC market. The Black Brook is essentially a familiar-looking all in one desktop PC that will sport displays as large as 27

How to find your Windows 8 or 8.1 product key

Product keys gatekeepers that prevent widespread piracy, but if there’s one drawback to them, it’s the fact that they can be misplaced quite easily. There’s a good chance your Windows product key is deeply buried within an email inbox full

Swipe Halo Fone is a 3G voice calling tablet

The name may befuddle you, however the Swipe Halo Fone is a 3g voice calling tablet valued at Rs 6999. It’s no handset with its 6.5-inch screen, yet a cell phone tablet mixture even from an optimistic standpoint. What’s more

Google tries to bust the ‘Top 10 Google Glass Myths’

The point when Google reported its Project Glass for wearable expanded actuality eyewear, there were blended responses all around. From upsetting security, to actually being utilized within spying, there were various concerns and fascinating myths that started drifting. Reality of

Intex launches low priced X1+, Cloud Y11 smartphones

Indian smart phone manufacturer, Intex Technologies launched two entry level smart phones Cloud X1+ and Cloud Y11 for Rs 2,990 and Rs 4,490 respectively – See more at: https://www.authintmail.com/article/technology/intex-launches-low-priced-x1-cloud-y11-smartphones-india#sthash.TfBTIpWb.dpuf Indian smart phone manufacturer, Intex Technologies launched two entry level smart

waterproof shoe that charges phones as you walk

A month ago we ran across reports around a 15-year old kid who manufactured a 3d printer, and now we have this:  A twelfth standard kid has made a shoe that can charge versatile apparatuses as you walk. The kid

An app to avoid friends

Tired of unwanted partners and companions who can ruin your date with your cherished assuming that they discover you adjacent? Utilize this ‘hostile to social’ application to stay away from them. Called Cloak, the application utilizes information to make an