Articles by Surojit Chatterjee

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New iPad 3 Battery Problem Can Be Fixed With These Simple Tips And Tricks

Apple's new iPad has been having multiple problems since launch. The latest to surface is problems with battery overcharging which can cause some serious problems if not addressed soon. There seems to be a bug in the new iPad software, which is why it is not alerting the user when the battery is fully charged. It means even after the battery charge indicator shows 100% charged, the battery keeps on charging. The repercussions for users could be dire as a battery could explode, and we're su...

New iPad 3 Versus Galaxy Note 10.1: Can Apple's Best Bet Take on New Samsung Tablet?

Apple has just launched a new version of its popular tablet - iPad. For most of its features, the new iPad is a big leap over iPad 2. Apple has sold more than 3 million units of the new iPad in first week of its debut. Apple's rival, Samsung, on the other hand, has also released two new tablets at MWC 2012 - Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. The Korean tech giant is proud of its new Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet and has released a comparison chart showing the areas where Samsung's gem exce...

New iPad 3 4G Label Controversy Spreads Outside Australia

Apple's new iPad, launched on March 16, has received great early reviews in the United States, but is being battered in the rest of the world. After being criticized for misleading people into believing that the new iPad can run on Australian 4G network, Apple is now facing complaints in several countries, as the new iPad seems to be mostly incompatible with 4G networks outside North America.

Apple Tim Cook China Visit Seen as Ending Foxconn Controversy?

Apple is facing increasingly more criticism regarding poor working conditions at its supplier Foxconn's Chinese factories. In an effort to improve working conditions, Apple CEO Tim Cook visited Foxconn Technology Group's new manufacturing facility for the iPhone in Zhengzhou, China.

New iPad 3 Lasts Up to 25 Hours as a Mobile 4G Hotspot: Should We Care?

Many new iPad users might not have known the device is capable of being a mobile hotspot. This could be due to the feature only being available on the new iPads for Verizon. With Verizon's 4G LTE, new iPad users can share their connection with up to 5 other devices. However, what caught us off guard was when we found out the device is able to perform its 4G LTE hotspot duties up to 25 hours, i.e., five times more than most of the top standalone hotspot devices on the market today.

iPhone 5: The Best and Hottest Concept Designs So Far (PHOTOS)

The next-generation iPhone, dubbed iPhone 5, is the talk of the town, and Apple hasn't even announced it yet. Rumors and speculations are constantly building up in anticipation of the new device, and everybody expects it to be amazing. Concept designs for the new iPhone are surfacing every day, but one in particular stands out from the crowd: Antonio De Rosa's, of ADR Studio.

Apple 5-inch Retina Display iPad Mini Set For 2013 Debut? (Rumor)

Apple has been sticking to 3.5-inch screen size for its phones and 9.7-inch screen size for its tablets. But for past few months, we have been hearing rumors about bigger screen iPhone and smaller screen iPad dubbed iPad Mini. Recent reports have warmed up all these rumors.

iPhone 5 Release Date Rumors: Features Texas Instrument Chip, What Else?

The new iPad's smoke has finally cleared and the Apple fan crowd has now gathered around the iPhone 5 rumor mill. And they haven't been left disappointed. Though the actual release of Apple's sixth generation smartphone could be several months away, the rumor mill is churning in earnest and the latest buzz comes from RepairLabs, which reported that Texas Instrumentals have begun production of iPhone 5's power management chip.

HTC Sense Cloud Backup Service Will be Stopped, Data Deleted

If you are HTC smartphone user, then there is a good and bad news for you. The good news is that HTC is updating its cloud backup service and revamping And the bad news is that the site will shut down completely on April 30 and it is anybody's guess when it will come online again.

New iPad 3 4G Label Brings Apple Legal Trouble in Australia

The new iPad is garnering success for Apple, but the little beauty is also plaguing the company with legal woes that won't just end here. Apple has launched the new iPad in Australia with a plethora of advertisements showing off the awesome features of the one tablet to rule them all. Unfortunately, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is not pleased, not one bit.

Android Name Game: Guess Which is Phone and Which is Condom?

Question: is that an Android phone in your pocket, or a condom? We're not joking around here. This is a serious down-to-earth question. Have you ever realized that many Android smartphones borrow the names from actual condoms? You probably wouldn't, but it is true. Sometimes we see the names of certain Android smartphones and we have to wonder what drove the manufacturer to name its device the Indulge, or the Sensation, all of which are names of condoms.

Facebook Wants Ceglia 50 Percent Ownership Lawsuit Dismissed: Why?

Facebook has formally asked a federal judge to dismiss its ongoing case against Paul Ceglia, citing a mountain of evidence that would prove Ceglia's claims were fraudulent. Attorneys for Facebook called the lawsuit opportunistic and fraudulent, while Ceglia's attorneys claim their client, seeking half-ownership of Facebook, deserves his day in court.

Kinect for Windows 1.5 Features 10-Joint Skeletal Tracking: What Else?

In an announcement this week, Microsoft said the next version of the Kinect for Windows will be available at the end of May, with a 1.5 version of the software that works with it. The new Kinect for Windows 1.5 will come with a few new features, such as Kinect Studio, which will allow developers to record, playback and debug users' clips.

Symantec Cuts Ties With Huawei in Wake of Australian Cyber Security Concerns

Less than four years ago, American Internet security firm Symantec struck a deal with Chinese infrastructure equipment manufacturer Huawei Technologies, joining forces to develop computer network security products. However, in the wake of increasing cyber security concerns piling up against Huawei, Symantec decided to exit the venture, fearing that it would prevent it from gaining access to U.S. government classified information regarding cyber threats.

iPhone 5 Release Date: Top 10 Features We Want to See in the Next Apple Phone

After the big success of the new iPad, Apple is gearing up for another big hit in 2012 - the iPhone 5. Apple's next iPhone is expected to be announced and released sometime later this year, but how will it stack up against the Android superphones and what are the features we should be looking out for? In this regard, the new iPad is the perfect device to turn to, as it gives us some hints of what to expect from the iPhone 5.

Amazon Kindle Fire 2 Set to Unleash in 2012?

Good news for those who are fans of the Amazon Kindle Fire, the most successful Android tablet that is not really an Android tablet since it is not recognized by Google. Rumors are popping up regarding a brand spanking new Amazon Kindle Fire tablet device, that is expect to launch in 2012. Let's just say the tablet wars just got a little more interesting.

New iPad 3 Battery Problem: Guess What Apple Has to Say?

Apple has finally bowed to pressure from the media and has made a statement about the battery problems plaguing the new iPad device. What Apple had to say caught us off guard. We are unable to come to terms with what Apple said - whether what the company is saying is pure cover up or the truth.

Hasbro Can't Stop Asus From Using Transformer Prime Name: Court

After 4 months of jiggling, U.S. federal court has overruled Hasbro's petition to stop Asus from using Transformer Prime name in its Android tablet. The U.S. federal judge says that there is no dodgy marketing in name of the two products to confuse people.

HTC Developing iPod Touch Rival: Should Apple be Afraid?

Recently, HTC has caught a lot of spotlight for its HTC One X - the quad-core powered android smartphone. Now, something big, if not bigger is coming from the company. As reported by Patent Bolt, a new HTC device is making its way through patent offices. The patent images suggest that HTC might be working on its own alternative to iPod Touch.

New iPad 3 Overheating Problem: Heat Tests Suggest Android Rivals Nearly As Hot

There have been many complaints about the new iPad and its overheating problems, but this is mainly because Apple is held in higher regard than every other tablet manufacturer. Not surprisingly, a recent test shows that the new Apple iPad is not the only tablet device that runs a little hot, many other Android based tablets do. Some might say it is unfair for the media to be attacking the new iPad over its heating issues when other devices from countless manufacturers suffer the same thing, our ...