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Apple- the Perfect Diva

By on July 2, 2009

Apple used to make all their computers based on the PowerPC Processors about a decade ago. While doing that, they publicly made fun of Intel’s supposedly inferior CPUs and used to laugh about the integrated graphics performance of Intel based notebooks.

Apple used to make all their computers based on the PowerPC Processors about a decade ago. While doing that, they publicly made fun of Intel’s supposedly inferior CPUs and used to laugh about the integrated graphics performance of Intel based notebooks. Read more


Where are my Push Notifications?

By on June 27, 2009

One of the things that has left me sorely disappointed is the “Push Notifications” feature of iPhone OS 3.0. Sure, its only been ten days since OS 3.0 was released but remember, this is something Apple had planned for OS 2.0 a year back so they werent exactly short on time to deliver it.

One of the things that has left me sorely disappointed is the “Push Notifications” feature of iPhone OS 3.0. Sure, its only been ten days since OS 3.0 was released but remember, this is something Apple had planned for OS 2.0 a year back so they werent exactly short on time to deliver it. Read more


My comments on Apple’s WWDC

By on June 9, 2009

Last night Apple kicked off their annual WWDC (World Wide developer Conference) with a keynote from Mr. Phil Schiller, the acting head honcho at Apple until Mr. Jobs comes back from his health leave- hopefully at the end of this month.

Last night Apple kicked off their annual WWDC (World Wide developer Conference) with a keynote from Mr. Phil Schiller, the acting head honcho at Apple until Mr. Jobs comes back from his health leave- hopefully at the end of this month. Read more


An Apple a day doesnt always keep the Blackberry away…

By on June 7, 2009

Let me start this article by saying that the iPhone has been my primary phone for the last few months. Before that, I was an avid Blackberry user. However, whenever I travel, I still leave my iPhone behind and carry the Bold. Let’s talk about the 3 reasons why I do that.

Let me start this article by saying that the iPhone has been my primary phone for the last few months. Before that, I was an avid Blackberry user. However, whenever I travel, I still leave my iPhone behind and carry the Bold. Let’s talk about the 3 reasons why I do that. Read more


Windows 7 taking design cues from OS X

By on May 22, 2009

Apple’s OS X has certainly been envied for its looks by users of other Operating Systems. This is clearly visible by the sheer number of themes, hacks and modifications to make <insert your favorite OS here> look like OS X.

Apple’s OS X has certainly been envied for its looks by users of other Operating Systems. This is clearly visible by the sheer number of themes, hacks and modifications to make <insert your favorite OS here> look like OS X. Read more


Prism- Firefox’s One Trick Pony

By on May 11, 2009

Mozilla launched Prism a couple of days back- what I call their one trick pony. The idea behind Prism is to allow you to run a website as an application instead of a tab on your browser.

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Mozilla launched Prism a couple of days back- what I call their one trick pony. The idea behind Prism is to allow you to run a website as an application instead of a tab on your browser. Read more


My Top Ten Applications for the iPhone

By on April 13, 2009

With the iPhone 3G recently officially launched in the UAE, I thought I’d make a list of ten applications that make my iPhone experience great.

With the iPhone 3G recently officially launched in the UAE, I thought I’d make a list of ten applications that make my iPhone experience great. Read more


Etisalat iPhone 3G pricing

By on April 1, 2009

I’ve been hearing a lot of flak on Etisalat’s iPhone’s pricing but really, when you sit down and think about it, its not so bad. In fact, its actually pretty reasonable which is what I intend to talk about today.

I’ve been hearing a lot of flak on Etisalat’s iPhone’s pricing but really, when you sit down and think about it, its not so bad. In fact, its actually pretty reasonable which is what I intend to talk about today. Read more


Grid Hosting Services

By on March 23, 2009

I started t-break almost ten years back and have moved between various hosts and hosting methods over these years.

I started t-break almost ten years back and have moved between various hosts and hosting methods over these years. Read more


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