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Android Phone Battery Calibration Guide – How To Calibrate & Fix Battery Issues

By Amit Bhawani on Monday 16th of Nov 2015

Everyone has problems with Battery on their Smartphones; that makes them re-think about their choice of phone they have purchased. It’s a known fact that the iPhone users are called the Wall Huggers, but that said Android is not also …

Google is Quietly Recording your Voice, How To Find, Listen & Delete it

By Amit Bhawani on Friday 23rd of Oct 2015

Google which started as a search engine has evolved into many areas & is now a large giant which does so many things at the same time that its hard to take a track of. Android is the OS from …

iOS 9 & Siri – Here’s how the Intelligent Assistant is Improved

By Vishal Toshiwal on Friday 12th of Jun 2015

Apple’s WWDC 2015 is the most awaited event for most of the tech enthusiasts, especially to the Apple fanboys. While I may not fall into that category, but I do love to see what Apple has in store for its …

Explaining the Multitasking on iOS 9 – What’s new for iPad Air users?

By Vishal Toshiwal on Thursday 11th of Jun 2015

Apple announced many new things ranging from its Flipboard like Apple News to revolutionary Apple Music, but the geeks of iOS are excited to know more about the Multitasking that is now introduced on the iOS 9. So, we spent …

Low Power Mode on iOS 9 – Here’s how it works, and how to enable it

By Chetan Bhawani on Thursday 11th of Jun 2015

Battery woes are never ending. Even if you have a smartphone that is doing quite good with the battery, you would expect it to deliver more than what it does. That’s the case even with Apple iPhone, especially the iPhone …

Apple’s iOS 9 Security Features included 6-digit passcode, Two-factor Authentication

By Chetan Bhawani on Tuesday 9th of Jun 2015

Apple’s introduction of iOS 9, the new OS version for iOS devices, was not something huge in the end, but those little changes and upgrades are enough for the users to notice and feel good about. Improvements to Siri were …

What’s the Apple News feature newly introduced in iOS 9?

By Vishal Toshiwal on Tuesday 9th of Jun 2015

If you were someone not using Newsstand on your iOS based device, you are not alone. And that is the reason why Apple has thought of something new, and announced it today at the WWDC 2015 keynote. Calling it as …

What does Smart Manager App in Samsung Galaxy S6 do?

By Chetan Bhawani on Monday 8th of Jun 2015

Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge were introduced with quite a few partnerships with other services, and one of them was with Cheetah Mobile, for including an application that takes care of the performance of the devices. Something like this …

What is “Doze”, newly introduced battery saving function in Android M?

By Chetan Bhawani on Friday 29th of May 2015

Not just Android, but with every smartphone operating system. A user expects a smartphone to run as long as it can, before it asks for charging. Android has been under scrutiny after every version launch, because increase in user experience …

Understanding Optical Image Stabilization

By Vishal Toshiwal on Friday 15th of May 2015

You recently bought a smartphone for your mother, and it has a great camera. You showed her how to use the functions to take captures. When she took some pictures and showed them to you, almost all the shots were …

Understanding Low-light Photography for Smartphones

By Vishal Toshiwal on Wednesday 13th of May 2015

Photography is easy when you’ve ample amount of light shining on the object of your interest while taking photos. And it is a fact that the lighting conditions wouldn’t always be in your favor. There are is a simple and …

Understanding Background Focus & DeFocus for Smartphones

By Vishal Toshiwal on Tuesday 12th of May 2015

There are times when you feel like you have miss-captured the most beautiful moment of your life, and you’ll never get a chance to capture it again. All because you didn’t have a DSLR with you instead you had to …

Smartphone heating? Things to know, Reasons and Fixes!

By Chetan Bhawani on Tuesday 5th of May 2015

As reviewers, we come across a lot of questions related to battery life of the device, but one other question that we see in recent times, is whether the smartphone heats up on normal usage. The answer has been more …

How to Buy Gadgets from China – 10 Steps Guide

By Yash Garg on Friday 7th of Nov 2014

Relaxed restrictions on international trade have opened new doors for buyers and sellers alike. Until about a couple of years ago, it was only businesses that could afford to purchase products from overseas, that too in bulk, thus requiring huge …

Understanding Power Banks: Why don’t they give the charge as mentioned?

By Chetan Bhawani on Thursday 18th of Sep 2014

Power Banks have become one of the very necessary smartphone accessories these days, haven’t they? true for the reason that the smartphones although come with heavy power to handle all the functions, the battery tends to last for no more …

Apple iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus Buying and Pricing Guide

By Chetan Bhawani on Friday 12th of Sep 2014

With the products from Tier-1 brands, there is always quite some confusion about the pricing of the product, especially the smartphone because the pricing differs depending on several factors. Apple just announced the iPhone 6 and the larger iPhone 6 …

The Fastest Mobile Networks in US for 3G / 4G (Major Cities) in 2014

By Chetan Bhawani on Monday 23rd of Jun 2014

When we talk about the mobile networks in US, there are some big players competing with each other, and a couple of them which have a supreme position against the others are Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile. While the Verizon network …

What is QHD Display for SmartPhones & Does it Make Sense?

By Chetan Bhawani on Friday 20th of Jun 2014

The year 2013 was all about 1080p Full HD displays, and most of the flagship smartphones from the well known smartphone manufacturers were launched with the Full HD displays. It was all good, and looking good too but does the …

What is GPS – How does it work, and what are its types?

By Chetan Bhawani on Saturday 14th of Jun 2014

GPS (Global Positioning System) is a satellite based navigation system, which assists in providing the location and time information. The system developed by the United States’ Department of Defense, uses between 24 and 32 Medium Earth Orbit satellite for the …

What is Bluetooth Technology and how does it work?

By Chetan Bhawani on Saturday 14th of Jun 2014

Bluetooth is a wireless technology protocol for the exchange of data over short distance, and this can be between mobile phones, or devices which have the Bluetooth connectivity. The devices create a personal area network where the devices paired to …

What is MHL Technology? Its Features & How to Use It

By Amit Bhawani on Tuesday 10th of Jun 2014

MHL stands for Mobile High-Definition technology with which you can access your smartphone’s multimedia content on your HD TVs. This audio/visual connection technology was developed by a Consortium formed by leading electronics companies including Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, Nokia etc. It …

Understanding the UltraPixel Camera in the HTC One Series

By Chetan Bhawani on Tuesday 3rd of Jun 2014

While there is a megapixel war between the well known smartphone manufacturers and each of them try to keep themselves ahead of the other by using the latest best big-megapixel-count cameras. The only brand which isn’t taking all this much …

What is iCloud Drive from Apple? Features and Pricing Detailed

By Chetan Bhawani on Tuesday 3rd of Jun 2014

iCloud Drive is the file sharing system which was announced by Apple, alongside the iOS 8 and Mac OS X Yosemite at the WWDC 2014 event. The iCloud Drive will let you store and share files and other documents in …

Continuity Feature on iOS 8 & Mac – Connecting Devices Explained

By Chetan Bhawani on Tuesday 3rd of Jun 2014

Apple announced the iOS 8 operating system for the handheld devices, i.e. the iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch. Along with that, there was the announcement of the Mac OS X Yosemite, the new version of the Mac OS X. …

Touch ID on Apple iPhone – What is it? Security, Functioning and Setup Tips

By Chetan Bhawani on Saturday 31st of May 2014

When Apple introduced the Apple iPhone 5s, there was a very new feature introduced, and this feature was not seen in any other smartphone because of the technology used in it – the Touch ID, i.e. the fingerprint recognition feature. …

iPhone / iOS Jailbreak – Reasons, Safety Risks, Pros and Cons of Jailbreaking

By Chetan Bhawani on Saturday 31st of May 2014

Jailbreaking is the process of lifting all the limitations that were on the device running iOS, i.e. the Apple iPhone, iPod, iPad. The iPhone Jailbreak is something very common among the Apple users, for the reason that they wanted to …

What is APN (Access Point Name) for Mobile Internet

By Chetan Bhawani on Friday 30th of May 2014

An Access Point Name (APN) is something which acts as a gateway between the mobile network and the computer network. For a mobile the phone, the APN is what provides the link between the phone and the mobile tower for …