The Nokia Lumia series of mobile phones stand out from the crowd. The devices, powered by Windows Phone 8, are responsive, the interface feels fresh and they have great cameras.
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Can you buy a mobile phone from a foreign country and use it in your own country? Here are tips to help you determine if that phone will work in your country or not.
This is a quick video tutorial on how you can make your own capacitive stylus pen for the iPhone, iPad or any other touch screen using cotton ear buds.
If you accidentally drop your mobile phone in water, you may either use rice or silica gel as shown in the video to revive that wet phone.
We test Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC 8X, the best Windows Phone 8 phones in the market with impressive build quality, excellent cameras and a crisp display.
Nokia Lumia 920 has an exceptionally good camera but how does it compare to that of HTC 8X, another flagship Windows Phone 8 device.
Here are some tips and tweaks that will help extend the battery life of your wireless mouse and keyboard.
A screen protector safeguards the glass display of your mobile phone and tablet from scratches but how do you apply the film such that it leaves no creases or bubbles?
What percentage of Android mobile phones and tablets are running on different versions of Android?
The new Microsoft Surface tablets will ship around the same time as Windows 8 but how much will Surface cost?
Looking for an alternative to the iPad that can run your Windows software? Meet Microsoft Surface, a tablet that runs on Windows 8.
Learn how to create your own protective case for the Apple iPad at home using an old book. The total cost of the iPad cover will be $0.
The new iPad sports a retina display which means richer colors and crispier text. But is the higher-resolution screen of the iPad 3 visible outside in bright daylight?
Binder Clips are pretty cheap and they can instantly reduce cable mess on your computer desk.
Computer cables can be confusing so here’s a visual guide that will help you identify cables, connectors and converters that came with your computers and other electronic gadgets.
Are you using your camera phone only for capturing photos of friends and family? You can do a lot more like screen capture, use your phone as an OCR scanners, remember dates, the car parking slots and more.
Want to share your printer with every other computer in your home network? Wireless Print Servers let you print from anywhere without USB cables.
Want to watch a DVD movie quickly without the video ads? This tutorial describes how you can skip trailers, commercials, FBI warnings, etc. from a DVD and jump directly to the movie.
Looking to buy a Google Chromebook? The good news is that both Samsung and Acer have dropped the prices of their Chromebook models recently.
If you are looking to download the userâ€™s PDF manual of an electronic product that is not available on the manufacturerâ€™s website, you might find it on Amazon.com.
Logitech and Google arenâ€™t saying how many Google TV units have they sold so far but the Android Market does offer some hints in that direction.
The $99 Logitech Revue box with Google TV brings the entire web – videos, movies, and Android Apps – to your HDTV. Read a complete review of Google TV.
The office printer, the computer keyboard, the calculator and most other tech gadgets that we use daily have germs on them. Wipe them before using.
Amazon has put a detailed chart on their website comparing the features and technical spec of the Kindle Fire with Apple iPad 2 Wi-Fi model.
This tutorial describes how you can connect an Apple iPad to your TV to watch videos, movies, photos, etc.