Monthly archive July, 2013

Top 5 Latest Social Networks Creating Waves

The growth of social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter over the past few years has been phenomenal. Every technology analyst now agrees that the future of Internet belongs to social networks. It is no wonder that Google is leaving no stone unturned to make ‘Google +’ a success. The presence of big players like...

Galaxy Express: The New Midrange Smartphone from Samsung

Samsung is all set to launch another midrange smartphone under its Galaxy series called as the Galaxy Express. The midrange smarphone market in India is booming. Galaxy Express is the second notable product to be launched in the midrange segment this year by Samsung after the hugely successful Galaxy Grand Quattro. Despite being affordable, the new...

PhotoGrid is an Excellent Free Collage Maker App for Android Devices

Making collages is a very easy way to share your photos with others. Instead of uploading lots and lots of pictures on your social network profiles, you can share all of them in the form of a single file. Collages are also a very funny way of sharing your recent birthday and vacation pictures with...

Collect, Organize and Share Information on your Android Devices with Pearltrees

Pearltrees is a paris-based  curation and discovery service which enables people to collect, organize and share information on the Internet easily. It started its operations in the year 2009 and has steadily built up a sizable user base. Users of the service can collect the information they like from the Internet and organize it well...

Medium.com is a New Self-Publishing Platform for Writers

Building a blog is tough. You need to write quality content, design your blog, and promote it effectively. Its like single shareholder company working on everything. How about a simple publishing platform where everyone can publish their content and get paid. Writers need not worry about anything other than creating quality content. Everything else is...

Lunascape: Get the Power of Multiple Browsers in One

Have you ever faced difficulty in opening a website in a particular browser? The same website might open well in another browser well. In such cases, you may need to view the same website in multiple browsers. The reason for this is the different rendering engines for which websites are designed. Rendering engines or web...

mOwayduino Mini Robots: Robotics for Everyone

Robotics has been the stuff of Sci-Fi movies, programmers, and big manufacturing companies. A Spanish startup called Minirobots wants to bring robotics within the reach of every common person and has developed small programmable robots called mOwayduino. mOwayduino robot looks like a bigger computer mouse which can roam around your house freely. Three wheels are...

Listen to the Best of Public Radio with PRX Remix Radio App for Android Devices

Public Radio Exchange (PRX), the popular online distribution marketplace of public radio, has recently launched its apps for its popular public radio remixing service called PRX Remix for both Android and iOS devices. PRX Remix Radio App for Android Devices makes the PRX Remix program stream easily accessible to android devices. PRX Remix program stream is...

Mantano Ebook Reader Lite: One of the Best Android Ebook Reader App

As reading is going the electronic way globally, book lovers prefer to carry a simple Ebook reader with them instead of a pile of physical books. And just like with many other electronic gadgets, Ebook readers like Kindle and Nook are now being increasingly replaced by smart phones and tablets as the preferred devices for...

CamStudio: A Free Screencast Software to Record Activity on your Computer’s Screen

Bloggers, Web Designers often need to capture the activity on computer’s screen in the form of videos for writing software tutorials and other demonstrations. Videos of activity on computer’s screen are also useful for people who often give presentations. There are lot of commercial screencasting softwares available in the market which are very expensive and...