Missed the BUILD keynote 1?, Don’t worry watch the repeat here

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Yesterday night at 9PM IST began Microsoft’s BUILD Conference keynote 1. As expected Windows Phone 8.1 was announced along with its bundled feature’s like the Action Center and the Cortona. We posted an article yesterday with the live stream and we hope that you must have watched it. For those who missed it, don’t worry we have now posted an repeat show of the BUILD keynote 1. Continue

BUILD: Windows Phone 8.1 in brief

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Microsoft Announced their Windows Phone 8.1 update at their Build conference in San Francisco. The Windows phone 8.1 update is a significant update for the Windows Phone Ecosystem which hopes to compete with the lights of Android and iOS. Microsoft announced several new features which aims to boost the overall user experience but most of which were expected as there have been several leaks over the past few months. Continue

Raspberry PI: Your Portable Linux ARM

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So for all those computer lovers, we give you a tasty cupcake sized Pi that is nicely baked and gives great taste in software field. So here is the new single board computer which of the size of that of a credit card. This was developed in UK to promote the teaching of basic computer science. But some of the authorised companies sell it online. So the pretty ‘pi‘ is available for us too.

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Batman Arkham City: Review

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Batman Arkham City is the second installment in Rocksteady’s critically acclaimed Arkham series. Following the events of Arkham Asylum, newly elected Mayor Quincy Sharp (formerly the warden of Arkham Asylum) has come up with an “ingenious” scheme of isolating all dangerous criminals from Gotham City and locking them up in the northern part of Gotham City, which is transformed into a huge,heavily guarded prison named Arkham City.
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Nokia Lumia 1520 – “The Beast” of the Windows Phone’s

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Starting off, the Nokia Lumia 1520 features a quad-core 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC, featuring an Adreno 330 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 16GB or 32GB of on board memory and a 20 MP Pure View Camera with a dual flash. It is the first of “Lumia Family” to have a 6″ 1080p display. This is the first Windows Phone with with a Quad Core Processor and yet with the fastest one! I must say, this beast is one of the best phones in terms of specs.

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