Android has become one of the greatest additions in the technology driven era. The demand for Android phones is on an all time high. And the major reason for its popularity is the number of apps it offers.
A few years ago, Blackberry was the only smartphone that was considered perfect for corporate customers. But with the advent of Android, people no longer need Blackberries. Maybe that’s a major reason for the downfall of RIM. If you have an Android phone or tablet, you don’t need anything else. All major business apps are […]
Has the creative artist within you always been forced into hibernation, since catering to its artistic needs entailed tools that seemed too much of a hassle forcing your creativity into dormancy? Have colors always intrigued your intuitive desires but the required accessories were too much of an irk? Relax- we have just what the […]
However much Google is open source software, it is indeed surprising to note that its latest ‘cloud storage’ service Google Drive yet lacks a Linux client. As usual the community has worked around it to offer any number of such solutions with Insync ; while there is Google Docs Fs PPA itself( though originally developed for […]
Canonicals’ offer of desktop integrated apps is a step forward in Ubuntu’s growth. The tool will now have all of your favorite sites and apps running from the desktop itself rather than a host of tabs on your browser. This is aimed at providing a more native Ubuntu-type user-experience allowing better workflows on desktops.
Quite recently many Ubuntu users using nVIDIA hardware as their primary graphics card, experienced an unhappy situtation watching blue color videos on Youtube. The problem is widely known, since Ubuntu is the top mainsteam Linux distribution and Youtube is one of the most visited websites today. In time, a temporary solution was found – disabling […]
Canonical had announced the launch of its Ubuntu OS for the now burgeoning mobile consumer market, while it has already unveiled Ubuntu TV. Mark Shuttleworth has said before that, “The desktop is the killer-app for quad-core phones in 2012. Ubuntu for Android transforms your high-end phone into your productive desktop, whenever you need it.”