Xiaomi secretly sending user data to China?

July 31, 2014

After successful launch full of controversies and a claim by Flipkart that the Xiaomi Smartphone was sold out in 5 seconds, where the total number of units sold was not disclosed by Flipkart making many potential buyers angry.

Now Xiaomi is auccsed of data theft. Chinese Manufacturers are always accused of user data theft and Xiaomi is no exception. There are reports that the Xiaomi Smartphones come preloaded with Spy software, which send huge volumes of user data to Chinese hosted servers.

The data transmission rate is high when connected to WIFI network and low when connected to 3G network. This may be due to the fact that the user might become suspicious of background data usage and higher data charges.

The Spy software which comes preloaded with the Xiaomi Smartphones cannot be deleted even after the device is rooted and flashed with a new Firmware. It looks like the software is embedded and Hard coded into the Xiaomi Smartphones and will have no impact of rooting and flashing.

According to reports the data sent included photos and text messages. These could be backed up on servers but these backups are done without users permission which make it very specious. Also the great hardware configuration and the cheap price seems a very strange thing, this could either be a marketing stunt or a controversy which might be beyond a common Smartphone users logic.

So if you are planning to buy the Xiaomi Smartphone and have lot of confidential data in your phone personal or professional then please stay away from the devices.

Article source: NDTV Gadgets.

Google gives new President to India

July 25, 2014

Check out the latest President of India. Thanks to Google. Finally there is a bug in Google search.

Playing Pokies on a mobile

July 17, 2014

Nowadays it seems everyone has either a smartphone or a tablet computer, allowing Australians to enjoy their favourite pokie games at home or on the go. All you need is a internet connection and you’re good to go. Online casinos have created many different types of pokie games that will work on various mobile devices, all you need these days is a mobile phone with a web browser to be able play your favourite pokies on the go.

How to get the pokies on your mobile device

Every smartphone and tablet computer has the ability to provide Aussies with a great mobile gaming experience. From iPhones and iPads, to Samsungs, Nokia and Blackberrys, Pokies can be enjoyed on them all. To download a casino on your mobile, simply visit any of the mobile casino websites offered on our site and download their app directly from their website. These games are arguably as addictive as Candy Crush Saga, which has been a huge sensation on mobile devices worldwide.

Most mobile applications can be downloaded from Google Play if you’re using an Android, or the App Store if you have an Apple product. Some online casinos won’t have their casino application on either of these stores, so you will need to go directly to their website and download.

Tip: When downloading direct from the casinos website, be sure to download the mobile application and not the PC version.

Mobile casinos take in more revenue than Las Vegas

With technology advancing at a extraordinary pace, online casinos are listening to the demands of their customers, and today there’s more mobile casinos available than ever before. In 2014 it’s predicted that mobile gambling revenues will reach $11.4 billion, which is more than double the $6.2 billion in revenue all Las Vegas casinos earned in 2013. What’s more, a Juniper forecast suggests that by the end of 2015, more than $48 billion dollars will be wagered by players using just mobile devices.

One things for sure, the advancement of mobile phones is changing the way we game. No longer do we need to travel to a pub or casino to play on a limited selection of games, instead we simply click one button and have several casinos offering us heaps of games, promotions, and value.

VIDEO: Apple unveils its new logo in Pride.

July 10, 2014

The color are back again, yes Apples new Logo is full of colors watch the video.

Lets see what more has Apple got to offfer in terms of its Product Line.

HOW TO: Permanently Stop getting Candy Crush Notification

July 5, 2014

I have seen many Facebook users blasting their Facebook friends to stop sending  Candy Crush notifications. Instead of requesting every friend in your list you can disable the notifications permanently and this is how you can do it.

1. Login to Facebook from the web.
2. Check the Apps sections
3. Check for Candy Crush Saga App
4. Check for a setting icon to the left of the App.
5. Click on it.
6. Check Visibility option, set it to Only Me.
7. Check Notification option, set it to Never

With this you are all set to enjoy your Facebook experience sans Candy Crush. If you liked the post and if it worked for you share it with your frustrated friends and like our Facebook Fan page.

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