Monthly Archive: March 2009

iPhone 3.0: Hits and misses 14

iPhone 3.0: Hits and misses

After the roaring success of iPhone 2.0 last year, Apple is back in action to widen its presence in the smartphone market. In a hotly-awaited event last night, Apple Inc unveiled the new operating...

Windows 7, the best ever windows ?? 28

Windows 7, the best ever windows ??

Last weekend I had a chance to use a Microsoft Windows 7 machine.First impressions:: TRULY AWESOME. You must be thinking why do I say that. The explanation comes straight from the heart, as a...

Instant Memory Cleaner 14

Instant Memory Cleaner

Their are many cases in the system when we are out of ram.We often feels for the tools which renew some free memory.Instant Memory Cleaner is a front-end for Microsoft’s command line ClearMem (Windows...

Dell’s first rugged touch screen laptop 4

Dell’s first rugged touch screen laptop

Dell on Tuesday is expected to launch the tough Latitude E6400 XFR laptop with a touch screen, which the company claims can withstand drops, dust and high-pressure water sprays. The rugged laptop was designed...

How to transfer iPhone sms to computer.. 19

How to transfer iPhone sms to computer..

This article will show you how to Transfer SMS from iPhone to Computer. Here we recommend a best Software, called Tansee iPhone SMS Transfer. This tool will help you transfer iPhone SMS to computer...

TwitteReader a webapplication just like google reader.. 2

TwitteReader a webapplication just like google reader..

TwitteReader  is a new and free service which turns Twitter into something resembling Google ReaderThis web app is basically a Google Reader clone, except instead of managing general RSS feeds, it manages your Twitter...

Twitting with Twitter 15

Twitting with Twitter

Twitter is only one of the more than 1000 social networking websites in the market. There might even be more, but Twitter is one of the more popular ones that fans of the site...

The new generation of “world wide web” 29

The new generation of “world wide web”

Image via Wikipedia We all know that the internet, a.k.a. the World Wide Web, was once owned and utilized only by government officials, scientists, professors of universities, and others who had a knack at...