Saturday, 26 May 2012

Rovio up for a new challenge - Amazing Alex

Rovio Entertainment has got one more bird in the bag!

Based on Casey’s Contraptions, Rovio Entertainment will be launching a puzzle game “Amazing Alex”. The idea of the game is more or less the same as its Elder Brother “Angry Birds”.

The Game consists of various Locations in Alex’s life where he has to conquer certain objectives through proper placing of objects and then letting things roll. The level objective may be to block the balloon to fly off, bursting the balloon, depositing the tennis ball in the basket etc. Additional objective is to collect as much stars possible on the way. 

Rovio has gone off the much awaited series of Angry Birds into something new of a franchise. The game looks much challenging (in the further levels) and at the same time has a more number of educational points attached to it!
Rovio’s Golden Egg Laying Chicken, Angry Birds just notched up 1 billion downloads worldwide recently making Rovio a lot richer!

 I hope within 45 days, Alex can continue where Angry Birds left out. Because with Rovio & Angry Birds comes, Amazing Alex and Heavy Promises on the shoulder of Alex!

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Thursday, 24 May 2012

Youtube pro app for windows phone....

Unlike IOS and Android, Windows Phone does not offer an official YouTube client. But now, Thanks to XDA Member fscode for linking other members to a recently released YouTube app, called YouTube Pro.
 YouTube Pro and can do pretty much all the things that you would require out of a dedicated YouTube client. Besides searching for and playing back videos – both in standard an HD quality, it lets you record and upload videos of your own straight from your smartphone. You can download YouTube videos to your smartphone as well. Besides, it allows you to access your subscriptions and manage your playlists. And if that is not enough, YouTube pro can list videos that have been shot near your current location. It works over both Wi-Fi and 3G too.
Currently, there is a free, ad-supported version of YouTube Pro in the Windows Phone Marketplace.

Here’s a complete list of features straight from the Marketplace:

1 Download YouTube videos (supports resume broken downloads)
2 Record and upload videos to YouTube (Resume broken uploads support)
3 Sync the downloaded videos with your PC by installing a client on your PC. (Link of the client and documentation:
4 Background downloads
5 Play the sound of the video under lock
6 Set channel to push notification
7 Playlist, Inbox, My Video
8 Choose and order the sections in the main page
9 Inbox push notification
10 Fast App Switching (FAS)
11 Subscriptions, favorites and search support
12 Map Tube: view the videos near your location
13 Comment in small screens while playing videos; Full screen in 16:9 or 4:3
14 Custom backgrounds
15 Local player enables you to play a custom playlist or play all videos
16 Video sharing via Facebook, Twitter, SMS and Email
17 Multi-Language and Multi-region support.
So people download this app and enjoy your video….and don’t forget to subscribe it’s just a click away….

Monday, 21 May 2012

Know the unknown number at a blink...

Okay guys today I will introduce you with one of the best app I have gone through with, but before that some questionnaires… are you pissed up with all the unknown call on your cellphone?  All the spam callers are nothing doing but just irritating you? Or a blank caller is pain in your head? Well whatever the reason be all the solution is with TrueCaller application.
TrueCaller is a mobile app developed by True Software Scandinavia AB which is a privately held company located in Stockholm, Sweden. TrueCaller aims to give users significant information about the people they are communicating with. TrueCaller has more than 1 500 000 users and has Caller ID, Social media integrations and Call blocking functionality against spam calls. TrueCaller serves users from countries all over the world. The mission is to provide the most complete Caller ID and Number Search service in the world with global coverage.
The app is able to have global coverage merit to its crowd-sourced data which separates it from competitors and enables the app to work even in countries such as the UK and India where public data is not available.
True Software Scandinavia AB was founded in July 2009 and launched the service TrueCaller shortly thereafter. The name TrueCaller comes from the app being able to show the True or real name of the Caller.
TrueCaller is available for Android, iPhone, BlackBerry, Nokia Symbian, Windows Phone 7 and Windows Mobile smartphones.
What can you do with TrueCaller for Android?
· Global Number Lookup service enables you to search and find people from around the world.
· Call Filter protects and warns you of fraud, spam and unwanted calls. If a call is received from any of the fraud, spam or unwanted numbers that TrueCaller has listed, a notification will appear to warn of the potentially unwanted call. You have the power to answer or block the call.
· Caller ID functionality instantly shows the identity of those annoying unidentified callers from abroad, anywhere in the world a call is received.
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Friday, 18 May 2012

Facebook without internet.......

Many of you people might be having phone without GPRS or WAP connection, or it may happen that you have been to certain remote place where you can hardly make a call and internet is worlds apart… yes so now moving on to frontline. You might not know that facebook has come with a company named Fonetwish to starting this interesting service

There is a good news for all the Facebook freak out there, now you can access your facebook account without internet or any other words no data plan is required to be in touch with your facebook profile…isn’t it really cool!!!! So am going to tell you today how to do this. Now stop being so much excited and read the stuff…

You just have to dial *325# or *fbk# from your mobile phone. You will receive Facebook menu as a reply, so now enter your username and password and proceed further it will help you with all the major features like notifications, news feed, status update, wall posts, manage friends, chat and birthday reminder. The most intresting fact about this service is as cheap as dirt. It just charges Rs 1 per day for unlimited usage.
To unsubscribe is also simple, you just have to dial *325*22# and its done.
Currently this service is live with Airtel, Aircel, Idea, Videcon, Loop and TATA Docomo in India. So go on you facebook freaks….join into the party…

Business card storage made easy...

Right now you might possess so many business card that you might have got pissed off. Every other conference or meeting you attend, you are supposing to share your business cards and vice versa. Off all of those some are really good for nothing while some need to take a special care and to be preserved as it has lot of important value to you…

The first app i tested was Bizsnap from iapp...When you’re ready to snap a photo of the business card, BizSnap puts a guide box on the iPhone screen for you to position the card. The custom Take Photo button is color-coded; when the camera is still and in-focus, it turns from red to green. To recognize the text on the card, the image is actually sent to BizSnap’s servers, which perform the optical character recognition (OCR) and send the data back to your device. The process usually takes no longer than a minute, but obviously requires that your iPhone be online. You can shoot card photos and save the recognition process for later. When your scanned text comes back, BizSnap also scores the quality of your photo. I found that it complained a lot about photos that other apps scanned with ease. Overall, the OCR is acceptable, but noticeably more error prone than some of the apps I tried.
After throwing the useless ones to thrash, you hold so many important ones right?? So this is for all of you out there who want to accumulate all the necessary information relating to business cards. So for this process you need certain apps downloaded to your phone and obviously a normal camera phone.
The next app I tried was Business Card Reader. In a obvious advantage over its competitors, Business Card Reader lets you tap wherever on the screen when you’re photographing cards, which makes taking good pictures easier. When you tap to snap the photo, the app waits until you’re holding still before it actually takes the picture, which is an especially nice touch. Like BizSnap, it shows on-screen markers to help you position the card properly before its close-up.
Once you’ve snapped your photo, Business Card Reader does its OCR scanning right on your iPhone. Scanning takes seconds, and worked with impressive accuracy. Once you’re happy with the information, Business Card Reader offers options to create a new contact, or to merge the new data with an existing contact.
There are many others apps too like World card mobile, Abbyy app etc…you got to highlight this that you got to click your cards in a good brightness and no shadow room or else errors may occur.

Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Ipad3 Overheating issues

As we reported a while ago, the new iPad, or as we here like to call it, the iPad 3, is suffering from some strange overheating. The Mac forums have been reportedly snowed under by people complaining about odd heat up approaching from the lower left side of the iPad when held in portrait and others tale that the iPad is receiving error messages which make it ineffectual.
 Some tests and benchmarks, which ran for five straight minutes on both the iPad 2 and iPad 3.The results showed that the iPad 3 is indeed 10°F warmer than its ancestor, bringing the whole up to 92.48°F.
On the other hand, Apple claims that the 92.48°F is inside the ordinary thermal levels for the new iPad, and one of the core aspect for the boost in heat would be a higher resolution via the retina display, the A5X chip, 4G LTE support and 10 hours of battery life. The bigger battery is most likely the chief reason in overheating seeing as it is essential to control all of those superfluous features in the new iPad.
Apple spokeswoman Trudy Muller spoke out saying:
"I have been using the new iPad for almost two weeks -- a week before it was released to the public -- and I've seen no heat issues. I use my iPad every day over LTE and Wi-Fi, holding it my hand and on my lap and the device doesn't get hot."
There have been a few solutions posted in order to help people out, one coming from user "Techno Mike" which suggests:
"I highly suggest that once you unbox the iPad. Do not charge it; use all the battery until it reaches 0%, completely dead. Freshly charge the iPad and that should do the trick. Yesterday my iPad was massively over heated, I decided to use up all the battery (I suggest doing some hardcore gaming, takes very long to use up the battery) and recharged. Now today I am using the same applications as yesterday and so far, no sign of excessive heating issue. Just lil bit warm which is normal. I have also noticed the battery charges just a bit quicker."
So there you have it, everything seems to be normal at least according to Apple.
Has anyone else been experiencing the increase in heat in their brand new iPad? Let us know!
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Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1

Hey there guys, this is Tech Doll, and I’m here today to talk about the new Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1 update and as to what we’re gonna see inside of it.
We’ve all seen that the new Nokia 808 PureView comes with the latest iteration of the Symbian operating system. This is an excellent thing because Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1 avails enhanced entertainment options, personalization choices and performance.
It’s arrived on the Nokia 808 PureView, and will also be made available for new production and current users of Nokia 603, 700 and 701 smartphones in coming months. For other latest Symbian devices, we have just made Nokia Belle available, and now already more than 1 million downloads have taken place! So, if you own one of the smartphones in question, or are planning to get either Nokia 603, 700, 701 or the new Nokia 808 PureView than go on as it has a lot to offer and you will enjoy the delicious goodies out there.
First of all, the entertainment experience is boosted. Dolby Headphone and Dolby Digital Plus transform the playback of music and movies and games into a personal surround sound experience like no other. With Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1, you can access a world of premium entertainment.
If you thought Nokia Belle already brought bunch of great widgets, Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1 will increase your personalization options even further. You get even more personalization with 20 new and improved widgets – having even more content easily accessible on your home screens.
In calculation, there’s a new, faster browser with HTML 5 support, the latest version of Nokia Maps, and the recently announced Microsoft Apps available via over the air update. There’s an even better notifications bar and a refreshed multitasking bar, too.
Also good news for Nokia 700 and 701, your handset will be faster and more responsive. It’s not so often that software update delivers an increase in processor speed, but with Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1 the processor speed of your handset will go from 1GHz to 1.3GHz.
So things finally are looking good for Nokia, I guess. Well, a lot of loyal Nokia freaks will be happy with this news, but some of them, like the guys holding earlier Symbian phones like the N8 or C7 will be disappointed as Nokia unofficially kills another batch of handsets.
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Playstation 4

Was sup Guys, Tech Doll’s here to tell you today that Sony is working on the PlayStation 4,which it calls "Orbis," and plans to make public the gadget in time for the holiday season in 2013.
The console can reportedly play 3D games at 1080p resolution, as compared to the PS3's 720p. It apparently won't be backward-compatible with games for the PS3 and will reportedly seek to block owners from playing used games.
Some developers say they've already received development kits for the Orbis.
The PlayStation Orbis will reportedly use an AMD 64-bit CPU (central processing unit) and an AMD Southern Islands GPU (graphical processing unit).
The PlayStation 4's GPU will reportedly be able to display games written for the console at a resolution of up to 4,096 by 2,160. That's four times higher resolution than standard full HD. Screens with this level of resolution have already been unveiled by several vendors, including Sharp, Panasonic and Samsung.
PS4 users will reportedly be able to either download new games off the PlayStation Network (PSN) or purchase them on Blu-Ray discs, much like with PS3.
Sony will reportedly lock out used games on the PS4. Orbis owners who buy games on Blu- Ray discs will in fact have to lock the discs to a single PSN account and save the games to their hard drive, or hook them as "downloaded" in their account history and download them later.
People who purchase pre-owned Blu-Ray discs with PS4 games may be limited to a trial mode or some other restriction of content and will have to pay to have the full game unlocked or registered.
The PS 4's reported lack of backward compatibility may also have been spurred by other considerations. Game developers and publishers often consider used game sales a threat to their bottom lines because they don't make money off the resale, though they often have to continue providing server space to host the game. Sony's move might win it some goodwill in the designer bionetwork.
Indeed, Microsoft's upcoming Xbox 720 will also reportedly not be compatible with used games.
So that leaves up with some good and some bad speculations from the house of Sony. What will ideally happen is a question of time.
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Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Blackberry 10 O.S

Hi guys, this is Tech Doll and I’m here today to give you some dope on the new Blackberry 10 OS.
Research In Motion, the company in charge for construction BlackBerry phones will soon give software developers prototype devices that run an early version of the BlackBerry 10 platform.  RIM is hosting a BlackBerry 10 event in Orlando in May which will coincide with its annual BlackBerry World user conference. There, a limited number of developers will have the chance to cooperate around with the product. The company has already encouraged developers to grab one of the 2,000 developer spots in order to let developers push the sales of the diminishing BB podium and bring in some modernisms to an otherwise boring phone system. Giving prototypes to developers so far in advance of its consumer release, then, is a way to make sure that developers and customers remember that there's a device on its way from the company.
Although RIM said the prototype, labeled "BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha," is not going to be the completed smartphone projected for consumers, the revamped BlackBerry line is expected to launch in late 2012.
The smartphone maker is facing stiff competition from competing platforms like Apple's iOS and Google's Android. RIM is expected to release its latest quarterly earnings on Thursday, and that data will be indicating how it's fared against those rivals over the past three months.
Although everyone does think that BB might be a dying OS, this might bring in a glimmer of hope and might thump in new life into what looks like a candle in the wind right now.

Competitive pressures from not only Apple but what Google is doing with Android, and the recent moves with Microsoft by Nokia, all of those competitive issues are putting pressure on them to get their spec up, and early designs up in hopes they can still get some attention.
While the prototypes might generate some buzz for BlackBerry 10, especially among developers, I worry RIM has already lost crucial parts of some of it’s originally core markets, including the corporate market.
So its finger crossed for the new blackberry 10 o.s ….hope it doesn’t show a decline therein…
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Monday, 7 May 2012

Symbain carla....

Wassup Techies, I’m Tech Doll and I’m gonna talk about the latest Nokia OS, the Symbian Carla, or maybe Nokia might just call it Nokia Carla, considering that they renamed Symbian Belle to Nokia Belle.
The upcoming update to the mobile Nokia OS, carrying the codename "Carla", showed up in screenshots on Nokianesa. The screenshots don't show much, however, you can get a taste of what the update is going to bring.
First, there's the new on-screen qwerty keybord, which seems to have been inspired by its Windows Phone cousin. The Nokia Browser has also been updated to a new version, which features some new and enhanced UI improvements.
But the most noticeable change comes from the lock screen. Gone is the classic Unlock Button, and replacing it is a Swipe to unlock method. The user interface of the Music player also sees some improvements in the form of a refreshed UI, as does the Options screen, which borrows the looks of the Meego Harmattan UI. Alhough seeing an Android wallpaper on Symbian Carla leaks was kinda a bummer.
The Nokia Carla OS update is reportedly destined for the Nokia 700, 701, 603 and the Nokia 808 Pureview. Unfortunately, the update won't be coming for the 1st generation Symbian^3 phones such as the Nokia N8, E7, C7 and C6-01, since minimum system requirements will be benchmarked at a minimum of a 1 GHZ processor.

That’s it for Symbian Carla guys. Keep checking out this space for more, and don’t forget to subscribe!!!!

Friday, 4 May 2012

How to improve a phone battery....

Top-notch Android smartphones are really powerful, but unfortunately, they don't boast continuous battery time. In fact, many Android phone users would be happy to make it through a single day, hoping that a nightly recharge is adequate. Sadly, it sometimes isn't. A number of factors have conspired to diminish gadget endurance over the past several years. Thinner designs with less room for batteries, larger and brighter screens, faster dual-core processors, more software that runs in the background, and power-hungry GPS radios all share liability. The move from 3G to 4G networks—particularly of the LTE range, has also taken its charge.
But there's a lot additional to reduced battery life results than that. Fortunately, there's plenty you can do to rehydrate your smartphone.
Is there something in life most frustrating than having your mobile phone run away of battery in the middle of the day when you've missed your charger at home. But you only can do is nothing but accept this, so tag along these simple tips to extend your phone's battery life and avoid being trapped short…
·         Close off all the application if not in use.
·         Upgrade your software.
·         Turn off wifi and Bluetooth if not in use.
·         Minimize location based services.
·         Optimize data fetching intervals.
·         Adjust your brightness.
·         Charge appropriately.
Check out the video for complete information…
Hope these tips will prove to be better battery enhancing for you…have a nice day….

Thursday, 3 May 2012


Its HTC One X today guys………
The HTC One X is a touchscreen Android smartphone designed by HTC. It runs Android 4.0 operating system with an HTC Sense graphical user interface. The HTC One X was announced on 26 February 2012 at the Mobile World Congress. The One X is HTC's flagship model of its One series of smartphones, featuring the largest screen, largest battery, the most internal storage, and the fastest processor.
The One X features a 4.7-inch 1280x720 non-pentile Super LCD 2 display covered by a solitary panel of Corning Gorilla Glass, a 1.5 GHz 4-Plus-1 quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor (ARM Cortex-A9) with a fifth Battery Saver Core, 1GB of RAM; a 1,800 mAh battery, a dual-band 802.11n WiFi radio, Bluetooth 4.0 with apt-X, GPS, NFC, and 32 GB of internal storage. The One X also features a standard array of sensors counting a proximity sensor, digital compass, gyroscope, accelerometer and ambient light sensor.
The One X has three physical keys; a power button on the top and a volume rocker on the right side. On the front of the One X are three capacitive touch keys for the Back, Home, and App Switcher functions.
On the left plane of the One X is a Micro USB 2.0 port. This port doubles as a MHL interface, allowing the One X to output 1080p content to an external display via HDMI through the use of an adapter. A 3.5mm headphone jack is located on the top of the One X as well as one of the two stereo microphones. The second microphone is located on the bottom. The One X has two speakers, one on the rear of the phone and another above the front display, serving as the earpiece. The front speaker grill also houses the notification LED.
The device comes with Beats by Dr. Dre audio. While the One X typically includes a set of Beats by Dr. Dre headphones, in the UK, Sweden, and Germany the device only comes with a standard set of white headphones. In Canada on Rogers, the standard retail packaging does not include any headset.
The rear facing camera have a resolution of 8 megapixels, maximum aperture of f/2, smart LED flash firm by distance from the subject, BSI sensor (for better low-light captures), dedicated imaging chip, and can autofocus in 0.2 seconds. It can take four photos per second while watching videos / movies, or capture an 8MP (3264 x 1840 pixels) photo whilst recording HD video. It can shoot video in 1080p and video stabilization feature removes wobbly motion. It also has slow motion video capture and playback (768 x 432 pixels). Shooting modes include High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Panorama. The front facing camera has a resolution of 1.3 megapixels. It is capable of 720p HD recording. The image processor is HTC's Image Chip, a part used in general with other phones in the HTC One series.
Well HTC is sharing its all new innovative experience….so enjoy….

Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Samsung Galaxy Beam

The Samsung Galaxy Beam is an unusual Android phone - it looks like the typical slab with a dual-core processor and moderately large, 4-inch screen, but if you take a closer look, you’d notice that it comes with a built-in projector. Unblemished with 15 lumens of brightness, it will stretch out pictures from that 4-inch screen to up to a 50-inch frame. You can play movies, photos, and slideshows, mirror what’s on your phone and even highlight stuff with the built-in application. You can also use the Beam’s projector as a very powerful flashlight with colors of your choice. Wow, isn’t it?
Samsung is trying to get a firm grip into the projector phone segment with the inauguration of Galaxy Beam, which is an Android 2.3 Gingerbread based smartphone with 1.0 GHz dual-core processor. Enabling the segments of a smartphone and projector as well. Despite featuring a full built-in projector, the Galaxy Beam measures just 12.5 mm thick and features an ergonomic design. It has 8 GB of internal memory which can be expanded to 32 GB using SD card and a 2000 mAh battery, with 5mp rear camera and a front vga camera. Display seems to be also good with 4.0 inch AMOLED screen.
What techdoll came through with this review is that this phone is more of a smart phone for younger generations than an essential corporate tool. The projector simply seemed to be better suited for casual multimedia storing than pro tasks.
Well but its your call, so techdoll will like to hang about quite on it….
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