Posted by Aurangzaib on December 24, 2011 ·
I have seen most of my friends and other iPhone users complaining but their Home Button to be slow and unresponsive, so I did a search today and came across a really cool working trick. The guys working at iDB have discovered a smart way to enhance the iPhone Home button’s responsiveness and it takes just a few minutes.
As far as the reason is concerned, it’s not about the hardware, the [...]
Posted by Aurangzaib on December 16, 2011 ·
We all love Apple products because of their incredible design and extraordinary OS. And talking about the Macbooks, the glowing Apple logo is something which distinguishes us from the crowd and makes us feel that we have something better. The iPhone also has an Apple logo but the only difference is that the logo behind your Macbook glows when it’s on.
For years Apple fans have been asking for [...]
Posted by Aurangzaib on December 5, 2011 ·
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Legal Siri Port On iPhone 4/3GS & iPod Touch 4G With i4Siri
For those who have been waiting for this, it’s finally here. Guys working at CD-Team have finally come-up with a tweak which lets the user install Siri on iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4G. This free service named “H1 Siri” has now gone public which lets the user to get their iOS device fully ported [...]
Posted by Aurangzaib on November 30, 2011 ·
Looking for free cloud storage on your Android device and wondering where to get it from? Well, let us help you. In this post we will share with you a trick you can use on your Android device to get 50 GB of FREE cloud storage. Box.net — a popular cloud storage service is now offering 50 GB of cloud storage to the iOS users and it’s all free.
For those who don’t know, cloud storage basically [...]
Posted by Aurangzaib on October 11, 2011 ·
For those who have been using Mozilla Firefox for a long time might know the fact that Google no longer supports Google Toolbar on Firefox. The service and support was discontinued back in July on Firefox 5 and now Google Toolbar is also not available on higher versions of Firefox.
Google Toolbar on Firefox is a very useful tool, it lets the user to directly search or Google the web without having [...]
Posted by Aurangzaib on October 2, 2011 ·
If you use Twitter for the purpose of connecting with celebrities, politicians or your friends, you may often come across spam Twitter profiles. The Twitter spam accounts are used for different purposes, some include posting unwanted or harmful links which sometimes lead to malware sites and can potentially threat your privacy and other important data, they’re also used to spam the trending topics [...]
Posted by Aurangzaib on September 29, 2011 ·
Well, the Lock Screen on Android is basically the screen we always see when we awake our Android devices when they sleep. We see it every time when our phones go into standby mode, and to access our Home screen, we swipe the slider on the screen and we are there. Using one single and plain lockscreen every time on your device starts looking boring and people do not like it because it’s so unproductive. [...]
Posted by Aurangzaib on September 24, 2011 ·
Well, I think everybody out there on Facebook — the largest social network — wants to know that who has removed me as a friend on facebook? That’s a common question or a thing which every single user might have thought about.
We have also come across some Facebook applications claiming to help the users to find out who has unfriended you on Facebook but they didn’t seem to work actually. [...]
Posted by Aurangzaib on September 2, 2011 ·
Well, I guess every body has experienced this, when you are using your laptop, after sometime you might notice that the bottom of the laptop is getting hot and if it’s not properly ventilated, the heat starts building up inside. And for those who don’t know, the laptops have a built-in “heat sensor” on the processor which shuts down the laptop for avoiding hardware damage. When [...]
Posted by Aurangzaib on August 15, 2011 ·
For those who don’t know, PDF aka Portable Document Format is basically an open standard designed for the purpose of creating document exchanges which makes it independent of operating systems, application software or the system hardware. If we go a bit deeper into it’s background and history, Portable Document Format (PDF) was first created by Adobe Systems back in the year 1991 when it [...]