Sony Xperia Tablet Z Hands-On Video [MWC 2013]

Sony had announced the Xperia Tablet Z more than a month ago, but did not mention anything about the availability and pricing of the tablet. The Xperia Tablet Z is the thinnest Android tablet in the world currently with a waistline of just 6.9mm. It is also pretty light for a 10inch tablet weighing in at just 495 grammes.  The ...

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HTC One Hands-On Video [MWC 2013]

HTC One Side Angle

HTC unveiled its latest flagship for 2013 – the One – nearly 10 days before Mobile Wold Congress kicked off at an event held in New York and London. The HTC One packs in the best of what HTC has to offer inside a unibody aluminum shell. The front of the One is adored by a 4.7-inch S-LCD3 with a whopping 1080p ...

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Acer Liquid Z2 and Liquid E1 Hands-On Video [MWC 2013]

Acer Liquid Z2

Acer had unveiled the Liquid Z2 and Liquid E1 nearly a week before MWC kicked off. The Liquid Z2 is extremely tiny and is aimed squarely at budget conscious buyers.   The handset sports a tiny 3.5-inch HVGA (320*480) display, and is powered by a single core 1GHz MediaTek processor and 512MB of RAM. Surprisingly, the Z2 is running on ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Hands-On Video [MWC 2013]

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Yesterday, Samsung kicked off its MWC campaign by announcing a new 8-inch tablet – the Galaxy Note 8.0. We managed to spend some time with the Galaxy Note 8.0 at Samsung’s booth in MWC and we definitely came away impressed with its sleek dimensions. Below is a quick hands-on video of the Galaxy Note 8.0 in action -: The Galaxy ...

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Huawei Unveils The Ascend P2 [MWC 2013]

Huawei gave all press reporters a chance to play around with the P2, the successor of the P1, before their scheduled event at Mobile World Congress. The Huawei P2 sports a 4.7-inch IPS display with a mediocre 720p resolution and is protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass 2 from the front. Here is a hands on: The 8.4mm thin smartphone is ...

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MOO rolls in NFC App for Android for any NFC tag (Read / Write)

Those who have always fancied about having NFC tags on their business cards, MOO, who specializes in  Business Cards, Postcards and MiniCards, is one the companies who came with such ideas. They in fact distributed 150,000 such business card in 2012. The same team has now come up with an app, NFC by Moo for Android.,  It allows you to write ...

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Android : Share your WiFi hotspot login with a tap (NFC)

NFC Hotspot Sender Preferences

Its a common scenario that when a friend jumps in your house and wants to use your WIFI, you always take that phone in a secret place to key in the hot-spot details. Some people who are smart use their routers push button but then we don’t have routers at all the places. So here is a simple solution for ...

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Android : Auto send SMS to missed calls

Auto Send SMS

Most of the smart-phones now have option to send text message at the time of rejecting any incoming call. However, situation is different when you aren’t even around to attend the call or never heard your phone ringing. SMS Replier for Android makes sure you are ready to handle these kind of situations also. This app allows you to set ...

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Android : Auto turn off turn on WIFI based on location

Smart WIFI Toggler

Most of us have WIFI either at home or office or any location where we spend most of the time. So when Wi-Fi is around, we always love to save our mobile bandwidth which definitely is not cheaper at any part of the world. However, we always tend to forget to turn on the WIFI on. So here is something make ...

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Backup & Restore Angry Birds Game Levels & Score (Android)

Angry Birds Save your Save

Replaying any game right from the scratch is one of the biggest pain for gamers and if its Angry Birds, its even more because not only it has too many levels, replaying to unlock already unlocked games is boring. So here is some good news for Android users, Angry Birds : Save your Save is a free app which can ...

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Volume control apps for Nexus 7

Nexus 7 has this volume buttons on the side which I find very inconvenient to use and I am little bit scared that using it too often might turn into wear and tear. So the only solution of this situation was a volume control app which could integrate well either in the notification centre or was as easy as using ...

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Nexus 7 : How to share paid apps between multiple users

MUS Nexus

Starting with Android 4.2, Now we have a new feature on Android Tablets which allows multiple users accounts on the same device which is indeed a great solution, but then it acts pretty differently when it comes to app sharing. One user cannot user other users app even if they are a family member. Now its pretty logical that only family ...

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