Surojit Chatterjee

  • New iPad 3 Release Date March 19: Should Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Note 10.1 be Afraid?

    March 11 2012 9:15 AM

    Apple has finally introduced the “new iPad,” which will begin shipping from March 19. Apple’s rival – Samsung, on the other hand, has also stretched its Galaxy lineup with two more tablets – Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Note 10.1. Will the new iPad pose a threat to Samsung tablets or will it be the other way round?

  • Google Nexus Tablet Release Date: Kindle Fire Killer Coming in May?

    March 10 2012 9:49 AM

    Google talks are focusing more on a new tablet that the search engine specialist is releasing with partnership with Asus. This new tablet, which is rumored to be a “Kindle Fire Killer” as it will have the same price tag and screen size as Amazon’s offering, is expected to hit U.S. stores in May.

  • iPhone 5 Release: Killer App is iWallet?

    March 10 2012 9:36 AM

    The dust of new iPad’s rumors has not completely settled yet and there is more big news from Apple. The tech giant has won the patent for iWallet, which could be a killer app in iPhone 5.

  • Microsoft Locks Horns with OnLive over Windows 7 for iPad

    March 09 2012 1:14 PM

    OnLive’s recently launched Windows based apps for iPad and Android tablets are being downloaded like something “revolutionary”. But Microsoft has locked horns with OnLive over violation of its virtual licensing agreement.

  • ‘Skyrim’, ‘Portal 2’ Receive Hottest Spotlights at 2012 GDC Awards

    March 09 2012 1:09 PM

    Wednesday, March 7, 2012 was a great day for tech lovers. No tech enthusiast is unaware of the new iPad that was unveiled by Apple in Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Apart from the new iPad, something big also happened in San Francisco – the Game Developer Conference played host to presentation of the Game Developers Choice Awards, where Skyrim and Portal 2 grabbed the hottest spotlights.

  • Apple Quietly Ignores Google Maps in iPhoto: Why?

    March 09 2012 12:42 PM

    After Mac OS X, Apple released its iPhoto app on iOS platform on Wednesday – the debut day of third generation iPad. This app has raised eyebrows of Apple watchers as it seems the tech giant is trying to break off with Google Maps.

  • Kony 2012: Why and How a 30-Minutes Documentary Video on Ugandan Warlord Went ViralKony 2012: Why and How a 30-Minutes Documentary Video on Ugandan Warlord Went Viral

    March 09 2012 10:45 AM

    Many of you might have already heard, read, or seen that 30 minutes video about Kony 2012. It is a campaign to make Joseph Kony, leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), a famous man in hopes that governments around the world will take notice and do something about the crisis that has been going on in Uganda for over 26 years under Kony’s regime.

  • iOS 5.1 Tethered Jailbreak Released For Non-A5 DevicesiOS 5.1 Tethered Jailbreak Released For Non-A5 Devices

    March 09 2012 10:40 AM

    Didn’t take the developer community long. Just hours after Apple officially released the iOS 5.1 update, the iPhone Developer Team got to work and in no time and they came up with a jailbreak.

  • The New iPad: 5 Reasons for Not Liking the New Tablet

    March 09 2012 9:44 AM

    The big question being asked by everyone is - should they buy the New iPad, or should they just simply keep going with the iPad 2 since the device is still the number one selling tablet? We have evaluated the New iPad and have come to the conclusion that this device is not worth picking up for five main reasons, reasons we have discussed below.

  • iOS 5.1: Top 5 Features Explained

    March 09 2012 9:38 AM

    iOS 5.1 is the latest version of iOS for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. However, it is not a major upgrade so for those hoping to see a lot flashy things, keep your hopes on the down low. Still, even though being a small update, the new version of iOS, which will makes its debut on the New iPad, will come with a few cool features we found to be worth mentioning.

  • New iPad Launched: One Tablet to Rule Them All?

    March 09 2012 9:01 AM

    On Wednesday, Apple unveiled for the first time, the new iPad, a device that it hopes will help maintain the company’s hold on the tablet market for the foreseeable future. Not a revolutionary tablet according to Apple, but what it brings will make iPad lovers everywhere extremely happy for a long time to come.

  • New 1080p Apple TV Set Top Box Will Redefine Home Entertainment

    March 09 2012 12:23 AM

    The new iPad was the star of the Apple show on Wednesday, but something was also there wrestling to get some attention from the crowd that had gathered to see the new super tablet unveil. It is Apple TV, which is expected to go on sale later this year for only $99, or the same price as the previous version.

  • Sim City to Stage Comeback after 10 year Hiatus

    March 09 2012 12:20 AM

    Does anyone remember Sim City? Probably not. Those who might be throwing away hours at games like CityVille, most likely never knew that back in 1989, SimCity was the first game of its kind, and dominated for years. The last title in franchise came out in 2003, but after what seems like forever, Electronic Arts is ready to have SimCity stage a comeback to get some of that social networking gaming pie.

  • Samsung Ridicules New iPad with Galaxy Note 10.1 Comparison

    March 08 2012 7:59 PM

    Just hours after Apple unveiled the new iPad on Wednesday, Samsung wasted no time in badmouthing the device with a comparison chart of its own Galaxy Note 10.1 and the new iPad. Onstage during the Apple event, CEO Tim Cook tool shots at Android, Android based tablets and their lack of meaningful user experience, so this move by Samsung could be in retaliation.

  • Titanic: Did Supermoon and Killer Iceberg Conspire to Sink the Ocean Liner? (Photos)

    March 08 2012 6:07 PM

    In about a few weeks' time, the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the ocean liner Titanic will be coming up. The sinking of the Titanic on April 14, 1912, is one of the deadliest maritime disasters in the human history, claiming 1,517 lives. To date, the mystery behind the reason why Titanic sank has not been solved fully. However, a new theory by Texas State University's astronomers suggests that a a rare lunar event could have conspired against the Titanic by creating hazardous sea...

  • Facebook Suffers Technical Difficulties in Europe, AsiaFacebook Suffers Technical Difficulties in Europe, Asia

    March 08 2012 10:54 AM

    World’s No. 1 social networking site Facebook was unavailable for almost 2 hours in Europe and parts of Asia on Wednesday morning. Facebook referred to it as “technical difficulties” and was able to fix it quickly.

  • Apple Announces All-Time Most Popular iOS Apps: Guess What Are They?

    March 08 2012 10:50 AM

    Apple has announced the list of its all time popular iOS apps for iPhone and iPad – both free and paid. The list was released after the App store hit 25 billion downloads.

  • Android Market Maximum App Size Bumped up from 50MB to 4GBAndroid Market Maximum App Size Bumped up from 50MB to 4GB

    March 08 2012 10:48 AM

    After Apple iTunes Store hit the milestone of 25 billion downloads, the guys over at Google bumped up the app size limit by 80 times. Now the maximum app size allowed by Google for developers on Android Market is 4GB, as compared to the traditional size of 50MB.

  • Google Play - Is Apple App Store Under Threat?

    March 08 2012 10:16 AM

    Probably, you know what Android Market is. For Android users, Google has launched another similar service - Google Play, which combines Android Market, Google Music and e-book store into one, along with movies rental and cloud-storage options.

  • Anonymous Takes Down Corrupt Vatican Sites

    March 08 2012 10:14 AM

    The international hacktivist group Anonymous on Wednesday claimed the takedown of several Vatican Web sites. Anonymous accused the Catholic Church of corruption and crimes that the church has been committing for centuries as a reason behind the attack on Vatican City network.