Muhammad Ali is my name and I see myself as a devoted and hard working software engineer striving to keep up to date with the latest inventions and technologies in the IT world. Likeness for writing is one of the reasons that brought me here.I relish and strive on facing challenges and coming out of them with flying colors.
Posts by Muhammad Ali
We all know that Apple is going to unveil the iPhone 5 come Wednesday but is that the only announcement for 12th September? Knowing Cupertinos and their launch event style, one is bound to think otherwise. Yes, there will be other announcements not as big as the iPhone 5 itself but still have an important value. More on this after the break.
It has been a while since we had a sizzling HTC oriented speculation to share with our loyal reader base. But all of this is going to change now thanks to Digitimes. The king pin of rumor mill citing industry sources reports that the Taiwanese tech giants will be announcing a phablet device in the coming months. More details on this after the break.
If there is one thing I like about the Android platform, it is the pleasant surprises that we get through the increasingly talented Android developer community. So what is the pleasant surprise this time around? Slashgear reports that an XDA Developer has managed to get the yet to be made official, multiple user support feature. Video demo of this interesting feature follows after the break.
In the lifetime of a Sharepoint 2010 implementation, there might be times where one of the deployed sandboxed solutions will start to fail for one or another reason (running out of quota could be one reason). In these dire circumstances, your first line of action might resort down to stopping the sandboxed solution to prevent further damage. With Sharepoint 2010, you have this flexibility, and it is a feature named Block Sandboxed Solution. More on this after the break.
Want a new iPad mini rumor? One hot and sizzling mini iPad rumor coming right up. The very dependable iLounge has come forward with information from their sources that sees Apple unveiling to the world the long talked about mini iPad sometime in November. More on this exciting stuff after the break.
Google knows how to keep things nice and excited don’t they? Just when we thought that Google search for mobile couldn’t get any better, the makers of the Android have gave us a pleasant surprise through a mobile feature named Handwrite search. Yes, this means you now have the flexibility to handwrite your search on the search page and view your search results. Steps to activate this cool feature await you after the break.
Waiting for the train just got a lot less boring thanks to First Great Western’s announcement that they’ll be enhancing 23 of their UK railway stations with free WiFi access. Teaming up with The Cloud, one of Europe’s leading WiFi hotspot providers, they’ll be adding WiFi access to 13 of their stations, including Ealing Broadway, Maidenhead and Oxford, as well as revamping existing connections at 10 further stations, including Bath, Reading and Bristol.
Everyone deserves to have the piece of mind that they will be sleeping safe in their homes at night. Burglar Alarms can help give people this piece of mind, and this infographic presents the different types of ways people can protect themselves with the use of burglar alarms.
This was bound to happen someday wasn’t it? Business Insider‘s Microsoft source has revealed that the Redmondians have expressed keen interest in powering the long rumored Facebook Phone with their Metro UI based Windows Phone operating system.
You knew we were going to say something interesting about the Galaxy S3 and we haved decided not to disappoint you. What’s the story about the Galaxy S3 shown below? Well, we answer all these questions after the break.