It facilitates recovery from different storage devices such as hard drives, pen drives, memory cards, etc. and also helps retrieve data from lost or deleted partitions of the hard drive. Read More
Notebooks is an application that redefines the traditional notebook, well… technically. In other words, Notebooks is a digital notebook with high functionality. You can simply create documents, write down quick notes, manage your task lists or projects with this App. Basically, everything that requires you to pen down something on a piece of paper, or switch to a number of Apps, can be done and managed by this all-in-one application. Read More
You can probably imagine that Apple as a company is very proud, this is because of the record breaking quarter that they had in Q4 2011. They were recently named the “most valuable company” in the world and the number one smartphone maker, but it appears that they have been ‘awarded’ another trophy to treasure on. They have been named as the number one PC maker in the world. This is quite an achievement on Apple’s part. Read More
If you’ve got a lot of videos and movies that you love to watch on the go, then here is the perfect tool for you – MacXDVD or WinXDVD from Digiarty Software. This all-in-one video converter will instantly convert all your videos and movies into a format that would be compatible with your iPhone, iPod touch, Android or even your Blackberry device. Read More
Android based tablets have been released many times, telling their customers to wait till next year, but they have always failed to win against the revolutionary and innovative iPad. And now, Gartner, the research giant, looked at this issue and gave the advice to Android fans and customers to keep waiting, as they claim that the iPad will be the most popular tablet all the way till 2015.
In a recent interview with the Daily Mail, Bill Gates admitted that he won’t buy his kids iPods because he believes that they have a better Windows equivalent – Zune. Zune is a portable media player from Windows similar to iPod, but is developed by Microsoft. Bill Gates also revealed some other interesting facts like he doesn’t care for legacy, and that he likes hard-cover books more, but this fact was the most stunning. Read More