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Nexus 5 Specifications Revealed By Wind Mobile Canada

Every one is waiting for the Nexus 5 to launch, but there is no yet official announcement from Google about the launch date, but we can hope to see the device soon launched officially in the coming days. But we have yet another leak for the Nexus 5.

This time the specifications of the upcoming Nexus 5 have been revealed for a pre- registration page on Wind Mobile website, a wireless carrier in Canada. Though the sign up page has been taken down at the moment, but it revealed the full specifications of the Nexus 5, except for the battery. Also the battery is rumored to be around 2300mAh, thanks to another leak.

It reads to have about 4.95 inches of Display, with a sharp resolution of about 1920X1080, and with a pixel density of about 445 ppi. Also the front facing camera of about 1.3 Megapixel, and rear camera about 8 Megapixel. Would weigh around 130 grams, and off course operating on KitKat Android 4.4. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and 2 GB of RAM. Also internal memory with two options of 32/16 GB. You can also look at the PICTURE BELOW.

Now with those amount of leaks, it makes the Nexus 5 most talked about and most rumored smartphone in the industry yet, and still we don’t have any official announcement. But yes we can smell the event, and it is near, too near. Stay tuned for more.


Windows 8.1 (codename: Blue) set to bring back the Start button

For those of us who have grown up using Microsoft’s Windows operating system the start button that was always located on the bottom left side of the screen has had a significant value and we were so accustomed of using it that when Microsoft removed it in Windows 8 the biggest criticisms it received from its long time users was absence of it. It looks like Microsoft took the complains seriously as TheVerge now reports that the Redmond-based software giant is planning on bringing it back in the upcoming Windows 8.1 update.

Although the button is returning to the Windows it will not function as it did in the previous versions in which it used to open a drop up menu known as the Start Menu. Instead the start button in Windows 8.1 will simple launch the start screen of Windows 8 where users can access their apps through tiles.

The button Microsoft is adding in Windows 8.1 is similar to the one which is found on the Charm Bar right now (the bar that appears when you point the cursor to the top-right corner of your screen). Windows 8.1 is considered to be a major update for Windows 8 as Microsoft is also expected to introduce more changes to the popular OS. It is also expected that Microsoft will finally allow users to boot directly to the desktop instead of the start screen. This feature will be available as an option in the Control Panel. Although Microsoft has plans of adding this feature they are still not ready to ship it with Windows 8.1 and will reportedly add it in the updates scheduled for further dates.

It is important to note here that Pokki, which was a replacement for the Start Menu for Windows 8 users was downloaded 1.5 million times. There are many other similar softwares as well that also received overwhelming number of downloads. This obviously indicates that Microsoft is listening to the market and changing the things users are not finding themselves comfortable with from Windows 8 – which is a welcoming step from the software giant.

source: The Verge

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Run Your favourite Android Apps In Your PC

Bluestacks is a Silicon Valley-based software company that produces BlueStacks App Player and BlueStacks Cloud Connect. Both products revolve around enabling Android applications to run on Windows PCs, Macintosh computers and Windows tablets. The company was founded in 2009 by Rosen Sharma, former CTO at McAfee and board member of

Bluestacks is an Android emulator that can be installed on Windows machines. It allows PC owners to use Android apps on their computers like they can on Android devices, without having to install Android x86.

BlueStacks App Player lets you run apps from your phone fast and fullscreen on Windows and Mac.Over 5 million people around the world use top apps like Angry Birds Space, Kik Messenger, Where's My Water and more on their laptops with BlueStacks. It took 10 engineers two years to build the complex "LayerCake" technology that enables this to happen – but you get to experience it free while in beta. You can download App Player now at


"Overall, the integration with Windows via a simple desktop gadget proved to be clean and seamless." - CNET

"Finally! Now You Can Get Thousands of the Best Android Apps on PC." - Business Insider\



Windows 8 Application To Track Your CGPA

The new Windows 8 application which helps engineering student to calculate their gpa and cgpa.Application published by InnovateDev.The main features of app are

  • Calculate GPA 
  • Calculate CGPA
  • converts Cgpa to Gpa 
  • helps to keep track of your current status
  • Generate Mark Sheet at a Single Click.
  • Can Include Re-Exams in Calculation.

Track Your CGPA, Calculates GPA, CGPA and CGPA To Percentage specially for Anna University Engineering Students.The only input required is the Grades, and can get the output with few Clicks.This app also considers Re-Exams taken by the Student in GPA and CGPA Calculation.Percentage Converter helps the Students to Convert their CGPA into Percentage in an easy way.After any calculation, it also provides option to Save the Details of the Calculation and the Saved Details can be later viewed from the 'Know Your Status' of the App.The Mark Sheet Generated using this App can be used for various purposes like Bank Loan purpose who can ask the mark sheet at any time, but the Online Data Base is available for only one month.

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Windows Blue Updates Will Transform Windows 8 into Windows 8.1

While Microsoft Corp. has officially confirmed that it plans to update a bunch of its services and programs with a set of new features and capabilities collectively known as “Blue”, the company has never revealed anything beyond that. Meanwhile, unofficial sources have discovered that Blue updates will not turn Windows 8 into Windows 9, but the version will be officially called 8.1.

Windows 8.1 is rumored to be just around the bend, with a code-name of "Blue."

A screenshot allegedly made on a system running Windows operating system version 6.3 build 9375 (newer than the one that recently leaked onto the Internet) clearly points to Windows 8 top-level branding and Windows 8.1-branded refresh. According to renowned Microsoft experts Mary Jo Foley and Paul Thurrot, the Windows 8 with Blue updates are indeed called Windows 8.1. Given that Windows 8 is a product that Microsoft will sell for years to come, the company will continue to advertise Windows 8 brand, even though the OS itself will get better over time, just like it always did.

Microsoft is now expected to release Windows 8.1 to manufacturing sometimes in August, 2013, which will give PC makers plenty of time to prep their all-new PCs for the holiday season, reports ZDnet. Moreover, given the fact that Intel Corp. wants to limit initial availability of its fourth-gen Core i-series “Haswell” chips this summer due to an USB 3.0 erratum, launching the refreshed OS this Fall seems to be a nice coincident for both companies.

Since Blue includes updates for numerous operating systems, services and devices that Microsoft has to offer, it is logical to expect them to land to Windows RT and Windows Phone platforms as well. The Blue update for Windows RT will be referred to as “Windows RT 8.1”, according to ZDnet.

While the full picture of Blue updates remains generally unclear, the enhancements of Windows 8.1 over Windows 8 have already been published:

some of the Enhancements features as follows:

New split-screen App options.
Improved modern UI PC settings.
New tile sizes.
New search interface.
Enhanced SkyDrive.
Internet Explorer 11.
Swipe up from Start Screen to access list of apps.
More personalization options.
Picture frame mode.
New gestures.
New App: Calculator.
New App: Alarm.
New App: Sound Recorder.
New App: Movie Moments(video editing application).
Microsoft did not comment on the news-story.