Friday, January 2, 2015

Mobikwik – Blazingly Fast Recharge & Payment Service

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Today we are living in a world where people try to finish each and every task using mobile. Starting from ordering for breakfast from a yummy restaurant to booking for a cab to return home, we are dependents on mobile. And mobile apps are almost ruling world. How does it feel standing in long queues for paying gas or electricity bills even in this digital world? It’s annoying right? So we tend to search for an app which does our bill payments work on a single click from where ever you are. So here I am writing a review of one such app which can be used for bill payments, recharging, shopping and much more. Mobikwik has started ruling online recharging world long back; hence try it once before it’s too late.

Mobikwik offers a special service called digital wallet. It’s a semi-closed prepaid instrument. This would be used for activities such as paying bills of mobile, DTH, Data card, gas, electricity, landline and insurance. Recharging and shopping with the merchants tied with Mobikwik can also be done using wallet. It can be used as secret debit card which helps when we are bankrupts. Mobikwik provide various payment gateways that are most convenient to you like Credit Card, Debit Card and Net Banking. Once in a month we can load money into that and schedule transactions like bill payments or recharges. So for those who tend to forget paying bills, Mobikwik is a great gift. I need to mention that mobile online recharge is instantaneous and you get full talk time recharges too! And another better thing is if you doesn’t want coupons you can just Tata Docomo recharge without any service charge!

We are spending more time online than with any other media. We are spending much of that digital time in mobile devices. Most of that mobile time is spent on apps. Hence mobile apps are first thing that comes on mind when we think of completing any work. Mobikwik also offers a very fast recharging and user friendly app. We can perform all the tasks that we perform on web using Mobikwik app. From recharging to bill payments to shopping, Mobikwik is a real quick solution for our digital needs. 

Shopping is a real fun with Mobikwik as they provide lucrative cash back offers. Some post in Facebook recently drawn my attention. It’s some shopclue contest organized by Mobikwik and the winner wins 5000Rs top up into Mobikwik wallet. As I went through Facebook page of Mobikwik, I could see lot of ad’s on different contests and promotional offers from newly added merchants. And review comments from customers are quite promising. That’s a real game which inspires us to shop using Mobikwik wallet. Now the number of merchant partners tied to Mobikwik has grown rapidly that, for every work I am being dependent on it. From ordering pizza at Dominos to booking movie tickets at, Mobikwik is the first thing that comes to my mind.


Monday, December 29, 2014

4 ways technology has helped mobile working easy

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There could be different views of different people regarding the usage of mobiles whether good or bad but with over 5 billion users of mobiles across the world, today one can’t imagine living without one. To add to it there are millions of tablet computers and other such gadgets which can be used on the move. All these have drastically changed the way we live, work and even enjoy our lives as compared to the earlier generation. Every now and then the companies are dishing out phones and tablets loaded with technology to make both working and enjoyment easier and that too at the touch of a button.

1. Connectivity and communication are much easier
Now with the availability of a mobile phone with almost everybody across the world, communication is no big deal with someone sitting even in the other part of the world. A good means of communication has been a big boon for the overall development of the human race. Today any news, whether good or bad can be shared within seconds. The meetings can be fixed just by a call or a text message. One can keep in touch with others even while on move unlike older times when one needed to be glued near a fixed phone to remain in touch with others.

2. You can carry an office today
With the advent of advanced phones and tablets, one can practically carry a whole load of information, data and any work related material & documents in the pocket, which makes it as good as carrying the office with you wherever you go. Simple as well as high end calculations can be done with the touch of few buttons only.

3. The whole world is at the fingertips
The phones and mobile gadgets today are easily able to access the internet from anywhere and that puts the whole information available on the net in the hands of the gadget users any time of the day and night and irrespective of the location of the user. The GPS systems which are almost an integral part of the mobile phones today guide the user to their destination through the shortest route.

4. Camera and video camera are other useful features
Now there is no need to keep explaining about any particular object or photo or place to the others as the pictures or videos can be shot on the mobile and transmitted to any part of the world within no time.

With the advancement of technology in mobiles nowadays, same advancement has been seen in apps that are being launched day by day. Another useful application i.e. the app lock mobile has relieved many people in protecting the avoidable use of their phones. The procedure of using the app is user – friendly and anyone can use it. Many people face difficulty in offices with their mobiles as their colleagues like to interfere in their social as well as personal lives. Hence, you can easily protect your photos and media gallery with this app. 

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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

PC Builders' Guide to Hardware Setup

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Building a PC is an exciting project, and PC component makers do a pretty good job of making it as easy as possible. There are still a few precautions you need to take to avoid problems such as overheating, damage to PCI cards and running out of room to fit all of your components in the case. The most important component in the system is the CPU, and many common problems related to improper CPU installation can lead to overheating as well as permanent damage to your processor and possibly your motherboard.

Depending on the type of system you’re building, you may have to watch out for components that get in the way of installing other components. For example, if you’re building a high-end gaming PC, the heat spreader on your RAM can get in the way of your graphics card, if the slots are close together. Another problem to watch out for is blocking a PCI slot with a hard drive bay. In small cases, such as Micro ATX or Mini ATX cases, there isn’t always enough room to use all the hard drive compartments as well as each PCI slot.

Installing the Motherboard and CPU

The motherboard is the trickiest component to install because it requires the largest number of thumbscrews and fasteners. It’s also frustrating to have to remove it again if you accidentally install a component incorrectly, but sometimes you can’t avoid this outcome. The most important thing to remember when installing the motherboard is to use very little pressure when turning the thumbscrews. These screws are made from brass, which is softer than steel and allows the threading to become stripped more easily. You only need to tighten them with your fingers; using a screwdriver can easily strip them and possibly jar loose a component attached to the board.

Before installing the motherboard, it’s usually best to insert the CPU because many cases don’t provide enough headroom for this step when the motherboard is bolted down. There is only one way to insert the CPU into the socket, and you have to be careful not to bend the pins by forcing the processor down the wrong way. Intel CPUs don’t have exposed pins on the underside, but AMD chips do. If they become bent, the CPU will not function properly and may become overheated. Other problems that can cause overheating include dirt or debris in the socket, too much or too little thermal compound, and installing the cooling fan in the wrong direction. The fan should blow away from the CPU to ventilate the hot air out of the case.

RAM, Graphics Cards and PCI Slots

RAM is probably the simplest component to install because there is only one way to fit it in the slot. However, some motherboards require all four channels to be installed together in order for the RAM to work properly. Also, be sure to buy the right RAM for your board; DDR3 RAM is incompatible with DDR2 motherboard slots.

When installing the graphics card, you should always put it in the PCI slot nearest the CPU. This slot always has proper PCI Express x16 wiring, while the other slots may not receive the same amount of power. If your graphics card is high-end, it has a dedicated power input, and you must plug it directly into the power supply.

Otherwise, your computer won’t have video output and may not boot at all. The power supply is another simple component to install, and you just have to make sure that the fan points down or toward the outside of the case, depending on your system.

Author Bio : The Author have great interest in writing article on Technology  reviews, currently he is working with ambry.


Dell XPS 15 Review

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Dell’s contender in the high-end laptop market is the XPS 15. It represents the latest entry in their go-to series of mobile machines and boasts specs that are definitely buzzworthy. The powerhouse that Dell has put together is a very specific multi-media laptop that in some ways blows the competition out of the water. Its shortcomings are evident, none more than a hefty price point, but they are negligible if what you’re looking for is knock your socks off visuals. Here is a breakdown of what to expect from Dell’s XPS 15.


The minimalistic design is a selling point, but more than just a pretty face. The laptop’s sturdy base is carbon fiber with an aluminum display encasement that make for a strong 14.6 by 10 by 0.7 inch chassis that weighs in at about 4.4 pounds. The HD display is made of Corning Gorilla Glass and rocks a 3200 by 1800 pixel resolution. These stats mean razor sharp HD picture quality and an easy to clean screen that features 10 point touch support. A bit of glare is evident but not excessive. Standard ports and sockets housed along the sides include four USB sockets, an HDMI port, mini-display port and a 3-in-1 media card reader. The internal HD webcam is standard, as are the twin fans in the rear that cool the processor and video cards respectively.


Dell chose the Intel Cor
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e i7-4702HQ quad-core processor for the XPS 15’s engine. It’s a strong chip that will have no problem running HD video and is fully capable of light video and photo editing. Those tasks are made easier by the impressive 16 gigabytes of DDR3L-1600 RAM. For a graphics card they chose Nvidia’s GeForce GT 750M, a reliable card boasting 2 gigabytes of GDDR5 memory. This powerful combination of chips will run most games, but at their lowest resolution. It is not so much a gaming laptop but a multi-media station. That being said, the XPS 15 scored incredibly well on industry benchmark tests like PCMark 7, wPrime and #DMark 11. These tests gauge a machine’s processing speed while multi-tasking several programs at once.


This iteration of Dell’s leading laptop falls behind in the connectivity department. The Intel Dual-Band Wireless-AC 7260 internet adapter’s performance in this machine has been the subject of scrutiny despite decent scores in connectivity tests. At least it supports Bluetooth 4.0 wireless devices.


The XPS 15 is available in different memory capacities, and it is this feature that most affects the price difference between models. The premium model comes in at about $2,399.99, and includes 512 gigabytes of Samsung mSATA solid state memory. Solid state memory is decidedly better than hard drive memory in speeds and durability. The base model is priced at $1,549.99 and includes a one terabyte hard drive.

Battery Life

This laptop’s battery life makes it worth a second look if some of it’s flaws have aroused your doubts. The 6-cell 91Wh battery will keep the equipment running for about seven hours of web surfing and typing, but that time drops down to around four to five hours during heavy workloads. Adjusting the screens brightness has a great effect on battery life.

Overall the XPS 15 by Dell is a strong machine if it matches your specific needs. It has enough punch to justify the hefty price tag, but certain flaws can get on the nerves of particular users. It seamlessly runs Windows 8.1 and high-definition video but can falter on the gaming side of things. The 1-year limited warranty is nothing to write home about but the image quality and processing speeds are dazzling.

Author Bio : The Author have great interest in writing article on Technology , currently he is working with merkamericaco.


Friday, December 12, 2014

Samsung Galaxy S6 rumors

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Nowadays, it's so typical that rumors regarding every mobile phone are up some time before they really launch which buzzes are pretty much right! Even major flicks such as the apple iPhone 5 was the type of disclosed a long time before its launch, however the rumors concerning the S4 aren't among those common phone rumors!

The S4 is definitely the successor towards the Samsung's hit saga of Samsung Galaxy S handsets. The hotly predicted Korean cellular phone is racing in the technology industry featuring its rumors. Continue reading to understand what they are.
8 Core Processor chip

"Are you joking me?" I thought this was my effect initially when i first noticed the fact that S4 could have an 8 core processor chip. And That I still don't imagine that Samsung is capable of doing it, but in terms of the gossips, go, the S4 may have an 8 core CPU. Samsung is placed to demonstrate ARM's 28 NM Octo-core processor chip with 4 1.8 Gigahertz Cortex A15 cores and 4 more Cortex A7 cores which is 1.2 Gigahertz. That's it.

13MP Digicam

The device could actually have a beefed up 13MP digital camera, that is a massive improvement from your S2 and S3 which aspect exactly the same 8MP shooter. Samsung desired to provide the S3 a 13 Mega-pixel shooter at the same time but could not due to the fact Sony couldn't make sufficient sensors. In order that it ought to now carry out its want with the S4.

5 " Screen

The Galaxy S4 has a 5 " Ultra Amoled PenTile Screen having a Complete High definition image resolution of 1080p, at 344 ppi. There is undoubtedly an improvement in the display through the predecessor, the S3 which in fact had a 4.8 inch display screen.

While the entire world is holding up for the Samsung Galaxy S6 to get discharged, there are numerous areas on the web that are a long ways ahead rumoring about Galaxy S7. The thought of Samsung S7 will be splendid and this article will be telling the released gossipy tidbits about Samsung Galaxy S7

The S7 will help the ultra RAM which would make the execution of the telephone much ahead what you think. It is normal that the S7 will have 4gb RAM. It would rival the desktop execution as this kind of RAM comes in desktop variants. The samsung galaxy S7 will run on Android 5.0 as the OS is on quick pace. The cam of the telephone is amazing to be 30mp cam so now you don't need to convey DSLR, you can simply click brilliant pictures with your telephone that however you can likewise shoot top notch features. The photography fan will discover this peculiarity intriguing. 

The bended aluminum body plan has been supposed which will supplant the old plastic body. Yes the telephone will be water-There all our bits of gossip which may start to be into the new Samsung Galaxy S7. In the event that you think or know any gossipy tidbits about S7, don't hesitate to remark beneath.


Tuesday, December 9, 2014

ZTE Grand S II vs OnePlus One

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So finally after a long wait, OnePlus One has finally arrived in India. It is available in 16 and 64 GB variants worldwide and here the 64 GB variant will go on offer. It is priced around 22K and offers top of the line specifications for that money. The manufacturers have been tagging this phone as the flagship killer as it offers high end specifications at a budget without compromising. That is why the tagline “Never Settle”.

On the other hand, ZTE has recently launched an impressive device called the Grand S II at a really attractive price of around 14K. For that you get quite powerful hardware with large full HD display and good built quality. While with this price tag, it is more of a product in Xiaomi Mi3’s class, which isn’t on sale anymore. We are pitting the device against OnePlus One because both of them offer similar display size and while the hardware is different, the difference is not very significant. The price of this device makes it an excellent value for money and thus a strong rival to the “flagship killer”. We put the two phablet against each other to figure out which one of them is a better deal.


Both the devices come with 5.5 inch displays so it is inevitable that they have large sizes. The ZTE Grand S II has got a rectangular design with the edges rounded off. This device comes with a non-removable battery. There is metal on the back but it doesn’t cover all of the back as there is plastic on top and bottom. We can’t say that the design is impressive but then it isn’t bad at all. Moreover it isn’t very common to get this kind of build quality at this price.

The device, as we said already, is quite large. In fact it is bigger than the OnePlus One despite the same display size. It is 4 mm taller and 1 mm wider than the One. But at the same time it manages to be lighter and tips the scale at 150 Gms. Overall this device has got pretty good look & feel and it doesn’t feel cheap at all.

The One manages to look better than the ZTE with its simple design and impressive built quality. The bezels around the display are thin giving it a good size for such a large display. It takes a step away from the usual crop of metal or polycarbonate devices and comes with a sandstone finish on the back which feels really nice. On top of that, it also helps keep the scratches away and provides decent grip. It is slightly heavy weighing 162 Gms. This one also comes with non-removable battery like the ZTE Grand S II.


Both these devices offer full HD displays measuring 5.5 inches. The size of these displays is excellent for people who like to watch a lot of videos on their mobile phone. The ZTE device has got an IPS LCD display which is pretty good. It offers good contrast ratio and brightness levels. The display on OnePlus One has got a LTPS LCD display measuring the same 5.5 inches. Both these displays have got pixel density of 401 ppi which is pretty crisp and it is not possible to notice individual pixels. The One’s display isn’t as bright as the display on ZTE. It is acceptable most of the times but it doesn’t serve very well under direct sunlight.

It is not only the brightness which is unimpressive. The contrast ratio isn’t very good either. There are many semi HD IPS displays that offer better contrast ratios. Thankfully the display comes with Gorilla Glass 3 protection to keep it safe from scratches. ZTE hasn’t said anything about display protection so it is not sure if it has got any protection.


The Grand S II runs Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset which is quite powerful. It comes with 2 GB of RAM which is plenty to go with it. The OnePlus One runs slightly more powerful Snapdragon 801 chipset with the processor clock speed going up from 2.3 GHz on 800 to 2.5 GHz on 801. The difference isn’t very significant just like the numbers suggest. It comes with 3 GB DDR3 RAM to go with it so the OnePlus One has got a clear advantage here.

The Grand S II comes with 16 GB of internal storage and has got a micro SD card slot which can support up to 32 GB of memory. This should be plenty for most people. The One hasn’t got a micro SD card slot but then the Indian market has got the 64 GB variant which is really a lot. Connectivity options are almost similar with the One supporting 4G networks as well. Both the devices are powered by 3100 mAh battery and that gives impressive batter life to both the devices. The ZTE runs a custom android operating system and so does the One. Worldwide the OnePlus One runs Cyanogen mod but in India Micromax has got an agreement with CM so OnePlus will have to switch to a different operating system.


It is inevitable that manufacturers have to cut some corners in their rush to minimise the cost. The camera is one such area where they usually save money. This is the case with OnePlus One. While the camera is decent as it is a 13 megapixel Sony camera, the quality isn’t very impressive. Many devices in this bracket offer better cameras and this doesn’t go in line with their claim of it being the flagship killer. That said, the camera is still decent and can yield some nice shots in good light. The photos aren’t very well saturated though. The primary camera can record videos at high frame rates as well. The front camera has a 5 megapixel sensor and can shoot impressive selfies. The ZTE has also got a 13 megapixel primary camera which has got more or less the same performance with slightly better colour saturation.

Author Bio : The Author have great interest in writing article on Technology and Handset reviews, currently he is working with 91mobiles.


Friday, December 5, 2014

Top 10 Smartphones for the Festive Season

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Festivals mean sharing love and elation. In the festive season, people express their love by giving gifts to their loved ones. Many people plan to gift smart phones to their dearest relatives and friends. Here is a list of the 10 best phones which you can gift to your loved ones to make their festival season more memorable.

·         Motorola Moto E is an amazing phone with interesting features. It is a great smartphone for those who are just stepping into the world of Android phones. The best part about this phone is that it is quite cheap and can easily suit your budget.

·         Apple iPhone 6 is probably the most popular phone among both youngsters and the older generation. It has a 4.7 inch display with a 8 MP primary camera. It comes with IOS 8. It's non-removable Li-PO 1810 mAh battery provides up to 250 hours of battery backup in standby mode and music play up to 50 hours.

·         Samsung Galaxy S5 is an amazing phone which is both dust and water resistant and has a finger print sensor, 2 GB RAM, 16/32 GB of internal memory and expandable memory up to 128 GB. It has a 5.1 inchdisplay with Gorilla glass 3. This beauty has 16 MP primary camera with phase detection auto focus and LED flash.

·         Sony Xperia T3 is a stunning phone with IPS LCD capacitive touch screen, 5.3 inches triluminos display. The best thing about this phone is mobile BRAVIA engine 2. It supports multi-touch up to four fingers and is equipped with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal memory. Its memory can be expanded up to 32 GB and it has the KitKat version of android.

·         HTC ONE E8 is a dual-sim phone is built with 5.0 inches display, Corning Gorilla glass 3 and HTC Sense 6 UI. It comes with a 13 MP camera and provides battery backup of 504 hours in standby mode and talk time of up to 17 hours.  

·         HTCDesire 816 is another amazing phone with 5.5 inch display, multi-touch and HTC sense 6 UI. It has 13 MP primary camera, 5 MP secondary camera, 1.5 GB RAM, 8 GB of internal memory and the KitKat version of android.

·        Lenovo S660 comprises of 4.7 inch display, 8 MP camera, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB internal memory, multi-touch Jelly bean version of android.

·       GioneeElife E7 is a sleek phone with IPS LCD capacitive touch screen, 5.5 inch display, corning gorilla glass 3, 2/3 GB RAM and 16/32 GB of internal memory. It is built with a primary camera of 16 MP and secondary camera of 8 MP.

·     Micromax A290 Canvas Knight Cameo is an amazing phone with 4.7 inch display, IPS LCD capacitive touch screen and multi-touch. It comes with the Android version 4.2.2 and 8 MP primary camera. It  is equipped with 8 GB of external memory and 32 GB of expandable memory.

·    Sony Xperia Z2 is another dust and water resistant phone. It has 5.2 inches multi-touch, triluminos display with, shatter proof glass and X-reality engine and boasts of a 20.7 MP camera.

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