Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Announcement: Monthly Smartphone & Tablet Buying Guide...

After a long time of inactivity on the Exponential Age Blog, I have an announcement to make. And believe me, it's a good one. From this month month onwards, I'll be publishing a smartphone and tablet buying guide on this blog on a monthly basis. In this guide I'll try to suggest a smartphone and a tablet in almost every price category that are worth buying so that you don't have to search all over the internet before making a buying decision. In other words I'll do the searching for you and suggest you the best smartphone or tablet that one can buy for a given price. Also, if you have any queries regarding any of the devices covered in the guide, you will have the facility to post them in the comments section of that post.

You may expect the guide post at the end of each month. However, since I haven't yet posted the guide for the month of August in July, so expect that in the next few days. I hope you'll appreciate my effort and the guide will prove useful to you.

Friday, March 7, 2014

AirDroid Will Now Show All Android Notifications On Your Computer...

Popular Android app AirDroid, which allows users to command their Android phones and tablets from their computer has been updated with a feature to show all Android Notifications as desktop notifications. AirDroid dubs this feature as "Notification Mirror Service". This is an opt-in feature which when turned on, shows all your Android notifications from Emails to Any.do tasks as desktop notifications on your computer whenever you have AirDroid open in a browser window. This service might come handy if you are working on your desk and your phone is in your pocket or you've placed it somewhere else. You can even view messages from instant messengers like Whatsapp on your computer using this feature.

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Veteran Tech Blogger Amit Agrawal Can Now Help You Improve Your Website...

Tech Blogger Amit Agrawal (Labnol)
This might be a good news for those looking for a reliable SEO who can test their site on complex SEO parameters and for those who want to make a living online using Google's AdSense program.Veteran Indian Tech Blogger Amit Agrawal (who is also perhaps the premier professional blogger from India) is now out there to help you.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

What Kind of Users is Nokia Targeting With X Series Phones Running Forked Android...?

Nokia has tried to create a cocktail of Microsoft's Web Services, Nokia's own hardware (and a few services as well) and Android's Flexibility with the release of three of its X series smartphones in the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Many other such X series phones aimed at emerging markets are also in the pipeline.

Friday, February 21, 2014

One Liner on Facebook - Whatsapp Deal...

Facebook was on the verge of becoming the new Yahoo! and Whatsapp was poised to become the new Facebook, but before that could happen, Zacky took the command... and rest is history...

Friday, February 14, 2014

Windows Live Mail Bug That Microsoft Might Not Ever Fix…

Windows Live Mail is a popular Email client offered by Microsoft as a part of its Windows Essentials suit. Microsoft seems to be quite reluctant about the email client. Windows Moviemaker and Windows Photo Gallery are perhaps the only programs in the Windows Live Essentials Suit that Microsoft really cares about.

Okay, it dates back to sometime in 2011 when I first noticed this bug in Windows Live Mail desktop client (and it hasn’t been fixed till now).

Friday, November 23, 2012

Why I Believe Kasab’s Execution Was Unfortunate…

Kasab ExecutedAjmal Amir Kasab (the only terrorist caught in connection with the 2008 Mumbai attacks) was recently executed in Yerwada Jail, Pune, India on 21st November. This was only the second time in the last 17 years (and first time in last eight years) that someone was executed in India.While this was welcomed by the majority of Indians, there were also a few bold people (including social activist Medha Patkar and former Chief Justice of Delhi High Court Rajendra Sachar) who did not approve of this, primarily because they believe that the capital punishment should be abolished.