Friday, December 27, 2013

Nokia Lumia 525 now available at USD 148 in China. Coming soon in India !

After the enormous success of Lumia 520 Windows Phone, Nokia has finally launched its successor Lumia 525 in China. The handset, which is priced around USD 148, is expected to generate huge revenue from Chinese markets.

Lumia 525 possesses one GB of RAM, which is double the RAM found in other budget Lumia phones. Though, other specifications of this device are similar to that of Lumia 520.
The device comes with 7 GB of free SkyDrive cloud storage and includes a five-megapixel rear camera with no flash. The absence of front camera is still a major drawback with budget smartphones from Nokia and Lumia 525 takes this legacy forward.

The smartphone is powered by Windows Phone 8 with the Lumia Black update. It includes a four-inch WVGA (480x800) IPS LCD display with a pixel density of 235 ppi. The device is installed with a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor alongside 1GB of RAM. It features eight GB of inbuilt storage, which is expanded up to 64 GB through a microSD card.

Key specifications

  • Four-inch WVGA IPS LCD display
  • One GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB of RAM
  • Eight GB inbuilt storage, expandable up to 64GB
  • Five-megapixel rear camera
  • Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, A-GLONASS 3G

Thursday, December 26, 2013

How to Format / Reset Nokia Asha 501 with Video Tuorial

Hello friends,
Please follow the following steps to format or reset Nokia Asha 501.


*** Please take back up before performing the reset.
*** Although its a safe process but still owner of the post or website does not take any responsibility if your phone is bricked during this process.


  • Go to Menu
  • Scroll down and select reset phone
  • Click Reset Phone again 
  • Select Ok
  • You are all set . in 30 secs your phone will be formatted / reset.

Please watch the video tutorial if you have any doubts during the reset.

Thank You.





Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Features of Lokpal Bill

1. Lokayuktas: The new bill mandates states to set up Lokayuktas within 365 days. States have the freedom to determine the nature and type of Lokayukta.

The old bill said the law shall be applicable to states only if they give consent to its application.

The old bill gave power to the central government to appoint state Lokayuktas while the new draft gives this power to the states.

2. Constitution of Lokpal: The Lokpal will consist of a chairperson and a maximum of eight members, of which fifty percent shall be judicial members. Fifty percent members of Lokpal shall be from among SC, ST, OBCs, minorities and women.

The older version said the chairperson shall be the Chief Justice of India or a present or former judge of the Supreme Court or a non-judicial member with specified qualifications (chief justice or a judge of a high court).

3. Selection of Lokpal: The selection committee will have Prime Minister, Lok Sabha Speaker, leader of the opposition in Lok Sabha and the Chief Justice of India. A fifth member of the selection committee for selection of Lokpal under the category of "eminent jurist" may be nominated by the President on the basis of recommendation of the first four members of the selection committee.

In the old bill, selection of the fifth person was left entirely to the President.

4. Religious bodies and trust: The new bill includes societies and trusts that collect public money, receive funding from foreign sources, and have an income level above a certain threshold, it excludes bodies creating endowments for or performing religious or charitable functions.

The old bill expanded definition of public servant by bringing societies and trusts which receive donations from the public (over a specified annual income) and, organisations which receive foreign donations (over Rs 10 lakh a year) within the purview of the Lokpal.

5. Prosecution: In the new version, before taking a decision on filing a chargesheet in a case upon consideration of the investigation report, the Lokpal may authorise its own prosecution wing or the concerned investigating agency to initiate prosecution in special courts.

Under the old bill, prosecution of the case could be done only by the prosecution wing of the Lokpal.

6. Central Bureau of Investigation: For independence of the CBI, in the new bill a directorate of prosecution will be formed. Appointment of the director of prosecution will be on the recommendation of the Central Vigilance Commissioner.

Transfer of officers of CBI investigating cases referred by Lokpal will be only with the approval of Lokpal who will also have superintendence over CBI in relation to Lokpal referred cases.

7. Hearing: The new bill says a government servant will get a hearing before a decision is taken by the Lokpal.

8. Prime Minister: The Prime Minister will be under the purview of the Lokpal with subject matter exclusions and specific process for handling complaints against the Prime Minister.

9. Investigation: Inquiry has to be completed within 60 days and investigation to be completed within six months. Lokpal shall order an investigation only after hearing the public servant.

Inquiry against the prime minister has to be held in-camera and approved by two-thirds of the full bench of the Lokpal.

10. Penalty: False and frivolous complaints - imprisonment up to one year and a fine of up to Rs.1 lakh. Public servants - imprisonment up to seven years. Criminal misconduct and habitually abetting corruption - jail term up to 10 years.

Friday, December 13, 2013

Sony launches pen drives for smartphones, tablets

Eyeing a new market for data storage devices, Sony has launched the world's first pen drives compatible with smartphones and tablets. The new flash drives are "2-in-1 devices" with both USB 2.0 and microUSB connectors, allowing buyers to use them in laptops and desktops as well as smartphones and tablets.

Viviano Cantu, director of consumer media marketing, Sony Electronics, said, "These new drives combine convenience, peace of mind and performance and are perfect for mobile multi-tasking."

The new drives are compatible with Android (Ice Cream Sandwich to Jelly Bean) operating systems and offer USB on-the-go (OTG) functionality. Sony says that it is working on making them compatible with Android 4.4 (KitKat), the latest version of Google's mobile operating system.

Apart from copying data between devices, these flash drives can be used to as additional or temporary storage for smartphones and tablets.

Their locking caps (available in three colours) will protect the connectors from damage, dust and debris, says Sony. The metal body of the flash drives is durable enough to withstand everyday mobile use, it claims.

Sony has said that the new flash drives will be available in of 8, 16 and 32 GB capacities, priced at $19.99, $29.99 and $62.99. While the Japanese manufacturer has not announced their India launch date, it has said that the flash drives will hit global markets in January next year.


Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Google Launches GOSF Cheap Online Deals for 3 days at throw away Prices starting 11 Dec 2013




Hello friends, if you are lookig to buy some stuff for you and your family this year end please wait!!!
Are you tired running errands carrying monstrous bags, wading through stores to avail that discount but failing to grab new merchandise? Then worry not, for Internet giant Google has a major online sale with heavy discounts, major products and competitive rates.

GOSF, an initiative by Google India looks to bring together 240 e-commerce sites and offer the best bargains and deals. If you were planning to buy that camera, here's the time as industry experts hail this as the new trend in online shopping.

Starting on 11TH, 12TH AND 13TH DECEMBER 2013 for three days of incredible online shopping deals from indias most loved retailers.

Its based on the concept of Black Friday and Cyber Monday in United States. E-commerce is a concept gaining strong grounds in India with major sites like Flipkart, E-bay and MakeMyTrip offering deals on multitude of products at discounted rates. 

The participants include 200 major e-commerce sites which have a loyal customer base. Brands like Flipkart, Myntra, Jabong, Shopperstop HomeShop18, Pepperfry, FirstCry, Snapdeal, Tradus, Zovi, Myntra, Yebhi, Bestylish, Indiatimes Shopping, PayTM Makemytrip etc are taking part in the major web-bonanza. 

Important Tips while shopping online: 

  1. If you don't feel comfortable buying or bidding on an item over the web, or if you feel pressured to place your order immediately, maybe you shouldn't. It's good to trust your sixth sense.
  2. You may want to comparison shop, online or offline, before you buy. Make sure there are not extra shipping or handling costs.
  3. Read the offer scheme, rules and policies and also the legal policies for refund, exchange etc.
  4. Find and read the privacy policy. Read the privacy policy carefully to find out what information the seller is gathering from you, how the information will be used, and how you can stop the process. If a site does not have a privacy policy posted, you may not want to do business with it.
  5. Make sure the Internet connection is secure. Before you give your payment information, check for indicators that security software is in place. See Security section for this.
  6. Use the safest way to pay on the Internet. Pay for your order using a credit card.
  7. Print the terms. You should print out and date a copy of terms, conditions, warranties, item description, company information, even confirming e-mails, and save them with your records of your purchase.
  8. Inspect your item on receiving the delivery. 




Monday, December 9, 2013

Maxx 2600mAh Power Bank Portable charger Service center

Hello friends,
We all know that in this era of smartphones there are highly powerful machines coming up with many capabilities. But still what they lack is power backup.
Every Smartphone (Android/IPhone/Windows) Phone lacks Battery back up.

There are many Alternative solutions to save battery

1) Use Battery Saving Tips here.

Or

2) Use a Portable Charger or a Power Bank.




Portable charges are of many ranges as per your requirement.

From 2200 mAh to 10000 mAh


  • But the most common is 2600 mAh Maxx power charger.
  • Its Cheap and efficient. It comes around 450 INR + 50 with Shipping costs.
  • It comes with a 1 year Warranty


But its useful. It almost charge your phone completely once.
Its Handy and tiny. So you don't have to worry about your battery if its draining fast Just keep this with you and Enjoy.


Sometimes people do receive faulty charger and then they have to do is look for service center in their area/Location


Here is the link where you can find the Service Center's
http://www.maxxmobile.in/support/find-service-center

Enjoy :):):)