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Tech Meets Charity – Feathers Project

July 1, 2016 |

Technology is changing how our world works – from how we communicate, to how we consume news, to how we entertain ourselves – and now, even how we do charity. Read More

Samsung Galaxy Mini 2:The Next Generation of the Mini Officially Revealed

March 9, 2012 | | 2 Comments

One of the newest additions to the Galaxy Series Family is the Samsung Galaxy Mini 2. Unlike the earlier version of the Samsung Galaxy Mini, this new handset by Samsung is made with a more competent processor of 800MHz and a much bigger 512Mb of RAM which means that this device would handle multitasking easily with this upgraded tools. It also flaunts a much bigger screen of 3.27 inches with a higher resolution of 320×480 pixels HVGA screen. The Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 will also be shipped carrying Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform and it still carrying the 3.15 Megapixel camera(No Auto-Focus and Flash) for some random shots along with the usual android stuff namely: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 3G connectivity support.
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TIPS: Free Up Your Internal Memory (For Low-End Android Phones)

March 8, 2012 | | 6 Comments

Today’s low to mid-range android phone users were immensely suffering in putting all the apps and games they wanted into that tiny on-board memory they have so they wanted to increase their internal memory without root. The usual memory given was only around 150Mb to 200Mb. Ever wished your you have a bigger internal memory for your android phone? In this guide, I will mention some ways on how you could avoid that handicap on low memory problem. Read More

Google Play: The New Android Market

March 8, 2012 |

Google finally decided to replace( or rather change the name ) of the famous home of apps and games for android, the android market.  Tuesday will be the day that Google will start moving in the Google Play in place of the current android market  where users access the free downloads or paid applications, games, books, and many other multimedia contents in their android powered devices. Read More