Laptop remote access

Posted by Admin | Monday, February 27, 2012 | , | 0 comments »

Getting a laptop remote access is very easy with all the remote access software programs available for laptops. It is something that you can use to access your laptop remotely or use the laptop to access other remote devices. These software programs are important if remote accessibility is vital for you. What you need to do is to find a remote support program that support your laptop’s specifications, like the operating system or hardware support, and install it in your laptop. you can then set the laptop up for remote accessibility. You can use many different kinds of devices to access the laptop remotely if those devices have the same software installed in them.


The best remote support program, for you, will be the one that can support your needs. you have to decide what exactly you want from your remote accessibility facility. You then have to choose a software program that provides you with your requirements. It must support your operating system and come with tools that you require. If you want to use your laptop to provide laptop remote access to your customers then it will surely be the best choice for you to choose a software program that comes with systems that can help you to solve computer related problems remotely. The laptop will make sure that you can work as a customer support service provider from anywhere and anytime.

The laptop remote access is possible only when you have installed the program in all the devices that you want to use for remote accessibility. The application will help you to use your laptop and control remote computers and access files when needed. You can perform systematical changes when needed too.

The remote support program is the key to best results and so choosing the right one is most important thing for you. Also make sure that your laptop has the proper devices for that.


LG Optimus L3 E400 Under Review

Posted by Arjun Chauhan | Wednesday, February 15, 2012 | , | 1 comments »
LG Optimus L3 E400 is one of the latest phones announced by LG. LG seems to be ousted from the international phone market. No phone like LG Optimus has been launched. LG Optimus L3 E400 though is a great phone yet we don’t expect it to be a hit. LG Optimus L3 E400 is having quite cool features. The list of features in LG Optimus L3 E400 is as follows.

Operating System
LG Optimus L3 E400 is having Android v2.3(Gingerbread). Gingerbread is an awesome operating system which supports a hell lot of applications to keep you entertained anywhere you go. LG Optimus L3 E400, OS-wise, will be an awesome choice.
Camera quality too of LG Optimus L3 E400 is nice. LG Optimus L3 E400 is having a  3.15 MP primary camera with features like autofocus and geotagging. You can even record videos from this phone but there is no secondary camera. Other features like video making quality etcetra are yet to be announced.
The internal memory size of LG Optimus L3 E400 is not announced yet but the expandable memory size is quite good. LG Optimus L3 E400 is having 32GB internal memory. 32GB is enough to store thousnads of photos, songs, videos and applications.
Data Connectivity
Data connectivity features of LG Optimus L3 E400 aren’t new. LG Optimus L3 E400 is having 3G support on HSDPA 900 / 2100 bands,  it also supports GPRDS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v2.1, microUSB etc. Wi-Fi availablity on a phone like this is quite good.
It’s having 240 x 320 pixels resolution. LG Optimus L3 E400 is having a 3.2inch capacitive touchscreen with 151ppi pixel density, it’s also supports 256K colors. Multitouch is available too. In the nutshell I must say that the display quality is great and I think it will be enough to attract the youth.
Price of LG Optimus L3 E400 is yet to be announced. LG Optimus L3 E400 is though expected to be priced at Rs.5,500 to Rs.6,000. Price is the most important factor because if you have a huge budget you can even purchase Nexus, or S 2.

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Vodafone Smart Tab 10 Features, Specs and Price

Posted by Arjun Chauhan | Saturday, February 11, 2012 | , , | 0 comments »
Vodafone has announced the features of Vodafone Smart Tab 10. Vodafone Smart Tab 10’s features were announced during the time when the features of Vodafone Smart Tab 7 and HTC Velocity 4G Vodafone’s features were announced. Vodafone Smart Tab 10 is an amazing tab with some really marvelous features. Vodafone Smart Tab 10 is having capacitive touchscreen of 10inches with 151ppi pixel density. To add up more, it also supports multitouch of up to 10 fingers which is fairly great. Other features like OS, Memory, Camera too are great. So, why to wait let’s just have a deep insight of the features of Vodafone Smart Tab 10. 

Operating System
Operating system of Vodafone Smart Tab 10 as I have mentioned is great. Vodafone Smart Tab 10 runs of Android v3.2(Honeycomb). I don’t think Android Operating System needs any sort of introduction because it’s the most used OS this year and at the same time it’s also the biggest competitor of iOS. Android is the most used OS in Asia which indeed is a big achievement.

As Vodafone Smart Tab 10 is tab so it’s quite obvious that it will require superfast processor. Vodafone Smart Tab 10 thus is having a dual core 1.2GHz processor with Qualcomm MSM8260 Snapdragon chipset.

Camera quality too is amazing keeping in mind that Vodafone Smart Tab 10 is a tab. Vodafone Smart Tab 10 is having a 5MP primary camera with features like autofocus, geo-tagging etc. It’s also having a 2MP secondary camera. You will even be able to record HD videos from this superb tab. 

Vodafone Smart Tab 10 is having 16GB internal memory out of which around 12.7GB is available for the user(s) which is quite amazing. And if you think 16GB is low, you can even increase it up to 32GB but only via microSD card. 

Price of Vodafone Smart Tab 10 is not officially announced but we can give it a guess. Vodafone Smart Tab 10 according to us will be priced somewhere around Rs.20,000. Which I guess is fairly a good price. 

Other Features
3G – Yes on HSDPA 2100 bands
2G – Yes on GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 bands
Resolution - 800 x 1280 pixels
3.5mm Jack – Yes
GPRS – Yes
EDGE – Yes
WLAN – Yes
Wifi – Yes
Bluetooth – Yes, v2.1
USB – Yes, v2.0
Battery - Standard battery, Li-Ion


Samsung Galaxy S Advance Announced

Posted by Arjun Chauhan | Tuesday, February 07, 2012 | , | 0 comments »
After a great response from the public to the Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung has tighten up itself and has launched the whole new Samsung Galaxy S Advance. Samsung Galaxy S Advance is having amazing features. Samsung Galaxy S Advance is expected to be released soon, perhaps, March 2012. Samsung Galaxy S Advance is having a body design very much similar to that of Samsung Galaxy S 2 but there’s a difference between the features of these two phones. Samsung Galaxy S Advance is having the following features – 

Operating System
It is soon going to be one year of the success of the Gingerbread. It has been embedded in almost all the smartphones produced in last year. Operating system, to be very precised, of Samsung Galaxy S Advance is Android v2.3 (Gingerbread). OS of Samsung Galaxy S Advance is quite nice and I don’t think putting in ICS instead of Gingerbread could have done a better job.If you have an Android powered phone then you can enjoy free Android apps.

Processor of Samsung Galaxy S Advance is a Dual-core 1 GHz Cortex-A9. The dual core capacity of the Samsung Galaxy S Advance makes it amazing fast. The Samsung Galaxy S Advance is at the same time also having accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass and other sort of sensors  which makes it a first pick.

Camera Quality
Likewise other features, the camera quality too of Samsung Galaxy S Advance is amazing. Samsung Galaxy S Advance is having a powerful 5MP primary camera with features like autofocus, smile detection etc. It’s also having a secondary 1.3MP camera. You can even make HD quality videos from this phone at the speed of 30frames per second.

Memory of Samsung Galaxy S Advance is just superb. Samsung Galaxy S Advance is having fixed internal memory of 8GB/16GB. If you find this memory too less, then you can even upgrade the memory size to 32GB via microSD card. It’s also having 768MB of RAM with 2GB ROM.

Battery of Samsung Galaxy S Advance is quite cool. It’s having a super powerful standard battery, Li-Ion 1500 mAh. No more details about the battery section have been released/leaked. Samsung Galaxy S Advance’s battery is expected to be powerful enough to keep it alive for at least 650hrs on standby.

Price of Samsung Galaxy S Advance is yet to be released. Samsung Galaxy S Advance’s can now only be guessed and according to our team, the price of Samsung Galaxy S Advance will be somewhere around Rs.22,000 because the Samsung Galaxy S 2 with more features is available at the price of Rs.30,000.

So which one would you choose Samsung Galaxy S Advance or Samsung Galaxy S2?


10+ best Windows Phone apps for your business

Posted by Admin | Tuesday, February 07, 2012 | , | 0 comments »

With multitasking becoming a must do in corporate culture today, executives are required to stay in touch with several contacts and oversee a number of tasks. You can be at the client site with time running out to send an internal expense sheet. Else, while attending an out of town conference, you might have to simultaneously keep track of an in-house project. Monitoring, scheduling, scrutinizing, coordinating and keeping tab of all activities can put you in a tizzy.


Surely, you need a phone that makes things easier. The Windows Phone loaded with useful applications can definitely help out such business users with hectic lifestyles. A few business apps of the phone are itemized below.

1. Translator

This app is simply magnificent and can interpret about 35 languages. Just type a common phrase, word or sentence in any language and get the translation on your screen. This clever app will be loved by business travelers who flit from one country to another often.

2. Stay in Touch

The phone has so many options for staying in touch with people that it is bound to make business networking a whole lot easier. Firstly, all contacts can be organized into groups and fixed on the start screen for instantaneous access. In the contact cards, you can view the entire conversation history, be it via SMS or email. Also, it integrates social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

3. Office Hub

This app enables one to share skydrive hosted content, sync office 365 documents and boasts of Microsoft Lync support.

4. Plancentric Timesheet V4

A lot of time is spent in calculating variables like time as well as financials of a project. Do this faster using this intuitive and mobile timesheet.

5. Viadeo

Thanks to this function, you can easily stay in touch with all contacts, colleagues, bosses, etc. Access industry information, articles or expert advice using this app, which also allows you to connect with over 30 million other users!

6. Interactive Law

Go through your legal documents even when you do not have computer access. While cruising in the car, waiting at the airport or when you are mobile, browse all legal transactions right on your handset.

7. Upvise

A set of functions for small and medium sized businesses, this app aids one to collaborate for projects, invoices, sales and many other functions as it is compatible with most other mobile operating systems.

8. Mobile Insight

Scheduling and monitoring tasks becomes real easy with mobile insight, which has real time field support. Now you can stay in touch with team members and oversee operations while they are in execution.

9. Review Horizon Analytics

View and compare web site traffic on the go. A number of statistics like daily visits, bounce rate, time spent on site, etc. can be accessed via this app.

10. Business Auto Tracker and Business Expense Tracker

Keep a tab on the amount you splurged on business travel using the GPS function on the phone. All details of the travel can be entered on a spreadsheet and emailed for reimbursement. Business expenses can be recorded on excel and mailed using the business expense tracker.

11. Coresuite Mobile

Information on business partners or SAP reports can be retrieved using this app.

12. Virtual Remote Presenter

Use your handset as a remote to control power point presentations, you can even time the slide navigation.

13. 90KiN Business Intelligence Dashboard

A tool for business intelligence visualization that lets you access all vital company information

14. Send to windows phone 7

With just a click of a button, you can send any important document to your phone. So, there is no need to make a separate list of addresses, phone numbers and maps on the computer as well as the phone.

Wrap up

Business communication and networking is real easy with the phone. You can send important emails, dispatch expenses on excel spreadsheets and view conversation history with any of your clients. Whether you are in office or at an out-of-town trip, the apps on Windows Phone help you stay in touch with all co workers, subordinates, suppliers and clients.

Author Bio: Kate is a blogger by profession. She loves travelling and cooking. Beside this she loves to write on gizmos, BlackBerry accessories and automobiles. Recently she shared a fabulous article on audio editing software.


Nokia Lumia 910 Not Having 12MP Camera

Posted by Arjun Chauhan | Monday, February 06, 2012 | , | 0 comments »

There were a lot of people buzzing that the Nokia Lumia 910 has been released in Netherlands with a super powerful 12MP camera but it seems that all the rumors, rather hopes, have been discarded by Damian Dinning, Nokia Employee. 
Courtesy: GSM Arena

Damian Dinning has clearly mentioned in one of his tweets that there is no 12MP model of Nokia Lumia 910. MWC is extremely near and no one knows about the fate of Nokia but it has been unable to surprise the users unlike its biggest competitor Samsung which is surprising its customers at every point. Nokia Lumia 910 is having a 16:9 resolution sensor, this sensor is also used in Nokia Lumia 800 and Nokia N9. We expected a 4:3 sensor. If Nokia wants to gain back it position in the market which had in mid of last decade, then it has to work hard on operating system and some other things because Android is getting quite popular and it’s really hard for a teenager like me to resist it.
Author Bio: Vikas Bhatt is a blogger who blogs on various Tech Blogs and Runs an Android Blog. He also runs a mobile phone finder website. Apart from this he does lots of guest blogging on several blogs.


Nokia Lumia 800 Goes Hot in Finland

Posted by Arjun Chauhan | Saturday, February 04, 2012 | | 0 comments »
Nokia Lumia 800 was launched in the homeland of its manufacturer Nokia – Finland on 1st of February and it’s already out of stock from maximum Nokia outlets while at places where it’s left, the owners are saying that they will be out of stock of Nokia Lumia 800 in just two to three days. Nokia Lumia 800 is selling at an amazing rate in Finland. Nokia Lumia 800 is available in India too and is doing fairly a good job, it’s available at the price of Rs.28,500. 

Nokia Lumia 800 is a Windows Phone Mango OS based phone with a powerful processor of 1.4GHz clock speed, and this gigantic machine is equipped with 8MP camera which adds up to its features. The screen size too is great, 3.7 inches which is quite good. Those who are thinking Samsung Galaxy S 2 will be a better choice then let me tell you that Nokia Lumia 800 is having “almost” either better or similar features to that of Samsung Galaxy S 2, the only place where Nokia Lumia 800 lags behind is in the OS category; Samsung Galaxy S 2 is having Android v2.3 which I personally think is far better than that of Windows Phone 7.5 but at the same time I must admit that it’s slower than Windows Phone Mango.


Will Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 be water-resistant?

Posted by Arjun Chauhan | Saturday, February 04, 2012 | | 0 comments »
People and phones, something which everyone sees a thousand times in a single day. But not all the people who carry phones are caring, some of them just use it for the purpose of talking while some keeps it for the purpose of chatting, talking, listening to music and other things. Phones can be used, now, as a mini computer nowadays but only when you will keep it in good condition. What’s the biggest cause of harm to the phones? It’s dropping. Phones get maximum harm when they get dropped from a height. The worst case is when they are dropped in water because when a phone is dropped in water, there are negligible chances of its revival. What is the solution? Well, there’s only one solution to this problem. Making you phone water resistant. You can either purchase a phone which is coated with water-resistant thing or you can even send your phone to a company which makes phones water-resistant.
That was the case with the phones which are already in the market but what about the upcoming phones? Well, I don’t know a lot about other but I can say that Samsung Galaxy S 3 and Apple iPhone 5 will be water resistant, being water resistant should now be a default feature in the phones. To know more, check out this video. 


You won’t be surprised to learn that Microsoft is claiming its latest output, Windows 8, will aim for greater simplicity. Every Microsoft launch apparently aims for greater simplicity – though sometimes it’s not wholly apparent where the basic differences lie between the newest version and the one that came before it.

This time around, though, there are clear reasons for the upgrade. The landscape of technology has changed immeasurably in the last few years, turning even non techie people into pretty savvy users of multiple applications – which has spawned a whole generation of intuitive interface designs, popularize by devices like the iPod and iPhone and slipped into mainstream product design as a way of keeping up with competition.


So what is the new Windows going to look like? Its basic remit is to provide simplicity and ease of use, making non techie users feel empowered without taking away the more in depth functionality that so called “power users” get to play with. In other words: the Windows 8 interface is to look simple, appealing and easy to navigate, while extra functions are easily accessed by users who want to retain their tech control at a higher level.

There are no longer any extra tabs or confusing prompts tied in with the Windows 8 interface. Instead, the user looks at a list of applications on the task manager, clicks End Task if he or she wants the program to finish running, and off it goes. No more of that annoying Windows habit – the “are you sure you want to stop doing this?” pop up, which has probably caused more howls of frustration in offices up and down the country than any other piece of computer script!

Microsoft has been studying user habits on the task manager throughout its launch of Windows 7. The data it retrieved suggested that a massive percentage (85 per cent to be exact!) of users only ever use the applications and processes tabs. This is thought to be because most people use task manager simply to knock out a recalcitrant program that has stopped responding and won’t go away – a sort of manual override preferable to holding down the power button and forcing a shutdown.

Unsurprisingly, the momentum for the new interface design – a simple list of running applications, with a note appended where an application has stopped responding – has been hijacked from the Apple OS X, which offers a very similar look and feel for users who want to shut a process or a program down. The user who wants more information can still find it – he or she simply has to press the “more details” button when a process is highlighted to get deeper information about what is going on.

The detail view is pretty snazzy too. Intuitively set up to group operations into categories, the more details tab also has a heat map that shows you how much of your CPU is being battered by any one task – the darker the color of the task, the more resource it is using.

Process names have also been included for the first time, so you can easily decipher what every process is doing. Rather than strings of letters and numbers for deeply hidden processes like drivers, Windows 8 will list a lay person’s term instead of its real name. So splwow64.exe will be revealed to you for the first time ever in its true guise – as the printer driver host for applications in question!

All in all, the new task manager looks nicer than the old one. It’s less daunting at first, with its simplified single panel and straightforward list of running processes. And even the detail view looks much more understandable than the old tabs did. With cascading layers of functionality, starting on the simplified “front page” with just an end task button, and finishing with the detail view’s nested categories and ability to research information on the web for any problematic application, Microsoft has managed to keep its old user-empowerment selling point, while at the same time leaning a bit more towards the block simplicity of a Mac product.

Author Bio: Shannen Doherty is a technical content writer. In her free time she writes articles related to: mobile broadband, technology mobile broadband, etc.