REVIEW: Google Chromecast experiance.

September 3, 2014

This review is especially important for people having an ordinary LED HD TV. If you had an ambition of owning a Smart TV but don't want to shell out lot of money from your pocket this device may be just right for you.

What is Chromecast?
Google's Chromecast is a HDMI based small dongle like device which connects with your Home WIFI network and communicates with your Smartphone. Now you can actually start using your smartphone as a virtual remote to redirect content on your ordinary HDTV thus making it smart instantly.

The biggest advantage of this small device is not only its very powerful at what it does but its very cheap its available in the US for $35 and in many countries around the similar price. Some of the things you want to have before ordering this cool device are a HD TV with working HDMI port and a home WIFI network (stronger the better).

It takes less than a minute to setup and start using it. Google recently introduced the Screen Cast feature which allows you to replicate what's on your smartphone screen on to your HDTV. This feature is available in selected devices please check site for details.


Now lets look at the pros and cons:

PROS:
1. Cheap and inexpensive.
2. Converts ordinary TV in to Smart TV.
3. Supported on iOS and Android.
4. Can cast your smartphone screen on your TV.
5. You can play music, videos and pictures from your phone on the bug screen instantly.
6. Many apps like Netflix, Zulu, YouTube, Pandora and more are supported.
7. You can even cast the contents of your Chrome Browser from your PC/Laptop using this simple Chrome plugin


CONS:
1. Not all devices are supported.
2. A decent WIFI speed (2 MBPS and above recommended) is required.
3. The Cast Screen feature is beta and litter buggy.
4. Your smartphone and TV shall be in a good WIFI range to get best performance.

Overall this inexpensive device is a great value addition to your arsenal of gadgets and you should have one today.

REVIEW: EaseUS one of the best Data Recovery Tool available for Free

August 25, 2014

Some of us may be having very important data on our PCs and SD cards and many times we accidentally delete the files or format our cards and loose all our valuable data.

Data once lost cannot be recovered, but wait this is the thing of the past, now we have specialized free software which can help you regain your lost files and data.

One such very helpful tool is EaseUS Data recovery software, which helps recover files from formatted sd card and hard drive data recovery.


The software is very intuitive and user friendly and is the best free data recovery software to solve all data loss problems files from

1. Hard drive,
2. External hard drive,
3. USB drive,
4. Memory card,
5. Digital camera,
6. Mobile phone,
7. Music player and other storage media

which are lost due to accidental or intentional deleting, formatting, software crash, hard drive damage, virus attacking, partition loss or other unknown reasons.

3 Easy Steps to follow to recover your lost:

1. Launch the program.


2. Scan your device


3. Preview and Recover.



And you are all set to recover your lost valuable files. Happy data recovery and share your experiences.

Whats App Secrets Explained: Clocks and Tickmarks

August 22, 2014

If you were wondering what does the clock, the single tick and double tick really mean here is the real explanation for them.



1. Clock: The message is not delivered to the WhatsApp server.





2. Tick: Message delivered to the WhatsApp server, but not delivered to the recipients phone.


3. Double Tick: Message delivered to the WhatsApp server, and also delivered to the recipients phone.



Its important to note that double tick does not mean message has been read.

Happy Indian Independence Day to all our India Followers.

August 15, 2014


Selfie: Monkey caught in copyright war.

August 8, 2014

A selfie taken by black macaque on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi three years back has become a legal war beween Wikipedia and Person with whose the camera the pic was taken.

As per Wikipedia non humans cannot have the copyrights and since the photo was clicked by the monkey himself he owns the copyrights.

As per the photographer he did all the settings in the camera and the monkey simply clicked on the camera button to get the shot

Whome would you support Human or Animal or Wikipedia?


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