One of the exclusive features that were available with Nokia Lumia devices i.e. Nokia Maps is soon coming to iOs and Android devices in the form of HERE. Nokia definesÂ HERE as the worldâ€™s first location cloud that delivers a location platform, location content and location apps across any screen and any operating system. HERE is coming to iOS asÂ a HTML5-based app and on Android as HERE Maps API which will help partners develop apps using the API.
Google has updated its Chrome browser to version 23 which brings some new features in addition to usual bug fixes. The notable features that come with this new chrome release include extended battery life for Windows users and Do not track feature.
Google claims to haveÂ 25% longer battery lifeÂ with the latest chrome update update by using GPU-accelerated video decoding feature to save battery power during video playback in the browser helping computers use less CPU computing power during video playback. It should be kept in mind that battery life is improved only if the System is having a dedicated GPU and not the shared GPU (which is majority of the entry level systems where GPU shares the CPU power and no dedicated GPU is available).
If you plan to buy one of the Microsoft Surface Tablets released recently on 26th October, here is something that you must be aware of before making the final decision of buying either the 32GB Model or 64GB model. Full storageÂ capacityÂ of Surface is not available for the user to store theirÂ music, photos, videos or any other content. Surprisingly, a large portion of storageÂ space is used by Surface pre-installed apps and by Windows 8 operating system & features like protection and recovery.
Nokia today announced Nokia Lumia 510 in India, the cheapest in Lumia series. Lumia 510 will be priced at a price band of less than Rs 11,000 INR (~$205) which is a high demand segment in price sensitive Indian Mobile market. Indian smart-phone market is too price sensitive and looks like Nokia has broken the price barrier of 10K INR with some great hardware and features with Windows Phone as its operating system.
Your Android phone will definitely bring back your childhood memories of playing board games. Even though we now have left the childhood times far away, it definitely doesnâ€™t imply we canâ€™t have a round of Tic Tac toe or ladders or even snakes. We loved every board game; from a game of solitaire on the long weekend break to coordinating every attack by having an impressive defense in a game of chess.