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‘Swipe to Unlock’ patent is lost by Apple on German Court

Apple, Inc has lost its ‘Swipe to Unlock‘ patent at Karlsruhe court, which is Germany’s top civil court. The court has said that the swipe movement was not a new invention and hence, cancelled the patent.

Which is the best laptop to run Windows? You’ll be surprised by the result


If you are an Apple fanboy, you might get hurt by this. According to a research done, the Apple MacBook 2013 has been declared as the best laptop to run the Windows OS. The research was done on laptops of several top manufacturers, including HP, Dell, Asus, Acer, Lenovo and many others. 

Who has your Back? Report for 2015 is out and why it doesn’t matter at all..


The EFF(Electronic Frontier Foundation)’s report on the list of companies that are pro-privacies is out and is as follows:

The ‘Which Phone’ service in Android site helps you find the right phone

Which Phone

Nowadays, choosing the right Android smartphone to buy is one of the most difficult tasks. There are millions of Android handsets and are of thousands of different varieties. They vary by price, specifications, availability, OS version and several other features. In these varying range of Android smartphones, if we buy a new phone not knowing properly what we need more, we may later have to regret. Thus, to help the users (especially the newbies, who do not have much idea about the difference in specifications and performance of the Android handsets), Google has featured a new service in the Android site,’Which Phone‘.

Microsoft reveals the release date and price of Windows 10

last version of Windows

We have waiting for the Windows 10 since a long time. Microsoft had said it was under development even before the Windows 8.1 was released, and began providing the technical preview version since last year’s October. The technical preview has come along a long way evolution, and finally, Microsoft reveals the release date and price of Windows 10.

When will next Ubuntu smartphone be released?

When will next Ubuntu smartphone be released?

The first Ubuntu smartphone, BQ Aquaris E4.5 was released earlier this year, in February 9th with some mid-range specs like 4.5″ qHD display, 1.3 GHz CPU, 1 GB RAM, 2150 mAh battery, 3G support and so on. Few months later, in May 17th, another Ubuntu smartphone was released. That was the Meizu MX4 Ubuntu edition, and came with pretty high-end specs like 5.3″ FHD display, 2.2 GHz CPU, 2 GB RAM, 20.7 MP primary camera, 3100 mAh battery, 4G support and so on. Though both of the devices were priced OK when compared to the specs, they did not sell well. To be precise, both were disasters in the smartphone marked.

You can now let Uber Drivers track your location

Uber Drivers track your location

Tired of having to call the Uber driver a lot to make him know your location? You should be, as everytime you want to call a cab (by that, we mean Uber cabs only here), you need to describe him in detail where you are, and if you are in a crowd, you might have to bother even more. Now onwards, a simple privacy policy update for the Uber app will let the Uber drivers track your location, so that they could reach exactly where you are in a more convenient way.

YouTube turns 10 year old today


Worried about YouTube wasting your time? Of course you should, the most-popular video streaming site owned by Google is 10 years old now, and has been killing the time of so many users constantly for so many years. 

Moto Smartphones get a price cut in India


Flipkart, the exclusive reselling partner for the Motorola devices in India, has cut down the price of most of the Moto smartphones, as well as the Moto 360 watch.

Some important announcements from the Google I/O 2015 keynote

top seven changes that we will see on Android M

The Google I/O event has now ended, and has left behind some of the biggest tech announcements of the year which are going to change many things. In the keynote of the event, there were so many different things to note down, and here are some important announcements from the Google I/O 2015 keynote, that we’ve wrapped up: