IBM Partners With MongoDB’s 10gen To Enable Better NoSQL To Relational Database Communication

While the world going mobile at a breath taking rate, the popularity of next generation databases, i.e. NoSQL database are getting more attention by mobile developers to be used in their apps. Mobile apps need to be scalable under variety of workloads which is exactly what NoSQL databases offer. With that in mind big companies Continue Reading...

Tim Cook Apologizes For Apple Maps Disaster

We all know the new maps that Apple made from ground up in iOS 6 are not quite polished or accurate yet. Also they lack some features that are present in Google Maps that were part of Maps app in iOS 5 and earlier. Although Apple maps offer some new features in maps like Turn-By-Turn Continue Reading...

Google Giving 75% Off On Top Android Apps in Celebration of 25 billion Downloads

Google has started showing on its homepage today that they are celebrating 25 Billion Android app downloads on Google Play (Previously Android Market). For celebration Google is giving 75+% discount on some top apps. Yes that's right top apps are now being sold for 25 cents for a limited time. So get them if you Continue Reading...

Adobe Unveils Edge Tools and Services

Adobe today announced at its Create the Web event the new set of tools called Adobe Edge Tools and Services. Adobe Edge is a new way for web designers and developers to create beautiful, interactive and mobile device compatible apps using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Adobe Edge tools provide an easy way to make powerful Continue Reading...

iOS 6 to Make iOS Less Annoying

iOS 5 made a huge difference in a way we use our iPhones and iPads. It made our lives really simple. Notification center, Lockscreen notifications, iMessage, location based reminders, iCloud, Multitasking gestures and lot more. They were all really great advancements and we all loved iOS 5. Although soon enough we realized some of these Continue Reading...

Is Your App Taking Forever to Download and Stuck on Waiting on Your iPhone/iPad?

Did you just get a new iOS device or restored the old one? Perhaps you would have been wanting to download all your previously owned apps again. But when you try to download them from Purchases tab on the app store, you wonder why all the apps are stuck on waiting? Well there are multiple Continue Reading...

Apple To Release Redesigned Thinner Retina Display MacBook Pro At WWDC this Summer

Anticipated for quite a while now, there have finally been solid reports about the MacBook Pro refresh due release this summer at the Worldwide Developer Conference. Following the launch of Intel's next generation Ivy Bridge processors which will power these MacBook Pros, there have been reports that the latest Notebook from Apple will have the Continue Reading...

How to Use Chrome Custom/Other Search Engine Feature

Google Chrome has come a long way to become the best web browser by far. It has so many unique features which makes it a no brainer to be preferred over other web browsers. But the most unique and definitely one of the most liked feature of Chrome is unified search/address bar also called omnibar. Continue Reading...

A Thief Video Goes Viral. Awesome Advertising By LG [Video]

The video we got here today has a guy who steals a television set without getting caught by a security camera. Many of you might be wondering is this even possible or real? Of course not. It's a advertisement video by LG showing off how slim their television sets are. But overall a very smart Continue Reading...

Is iMessage Not Working From Your iOS Device?

Ever since iOS 5 was released, there have been numerous complains about iMessage not working. iMessage is a great alternative to SMS and provide free messaging (sort of) among iOS devices. Although many users have been using the flawlessly, for some users it does not seem to be working. Therefore we decided to dig deep into the situation and try to find the cause. And we indeed come out with...

How To Reopen Closed Tab On Mobile Safari for iPad

One of the most useful feature in iOS 5 for iPad is the tabbed browsing. It really has changed the way we used to browse web on an iPad. It gets a little closer to desktop browser in terms of speed and overall browsing experience. In fact Safari for PC and Safari on iOS devices share a lot of useful features like reading list, bookmark sync with iCloud, Bookmarks bar,...

Is It World’s First Quad-Core Phone?

The year 2011 started with a glacé of world's first dual-core mobile phones. Everyone was blown away. Next year is going to be no different. 2012 will bring us quad-core powered mobile phones and HTC seems to be the first one to do it. As reported by Pocketnow, there is a rumoured device from HTC which will feature a quad-core processor. Although the company hasn't made any official announcements about...

Google Starts Google+ Pages And Here Is TechHormone’s Google+ Page

Google has finally rolled out Google+ pages for businesses. Google+ pages are very similar to the pages in Facebook and is meant for businesses to promote their products and post latest updates. Businesses have been waiting for this for quite a while as Google+ is seemlessly integrated with Google search. This will help them get more exposure and get well optimize themselves in search engines....

Google Says, “Sorry We Messed Up”, Chairman Seeing Siri As A Google Killer”. What’s Going On?

Two of the really shocking news about what Google said recently has made me wondering, "What's really going on with Google these days?". Last week Google launched their GMail app for iPhone and iPad in the app store just to pull it off within hours because of some serious bugs it had with notifications. First of all it releases the official app after 3 years since the launch of iPhone...

Google Changes Its Search Algorithm. Now Shows Fresh Results On Top

Google has announced on its blog today that they have made some changes to the existing search algorithm to provide more relevant results for time intensive searches. That means more recent searches will be shown rather than the most well indexed ones. This update is named as "freshness update" a successor to lat year's "caffeine Continue Reading...