Jul 232017
 
How to setup Raspberry Pi - NAS

It’s a very common thing to have multiple hard drives in our possession these days. With all the data and media that we have with us, the inbuilt storage in our computers prove insufficient. External HDDs also provide easy portability for the media. But we always face an issue when we want to share our media or even the HDD space with others in our own home or on our internal network. One solution is

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Jul 162017
 
How to install Raspberry Pi

If you follow tech world, you must surely have come across the name “Raspberry Pi” which has been making waves in its field for about 5 years. I had provided a basic insight regarding credit card sized(and thumbnail sized) computers in my previous post. These tiny boards cost from about 5$ to well over 100$, each with its own specialties. And they are the favorites of the geeks for small tasks, dedicated application or plain

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Feb 272017
 
Moto G5–Detailed Specifications, Expectations and Price

Picking it up from Moto G4 line of smartphones, Lenovo has expanded its portfolio of the moto lineup with the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus. (Do not mistake moto with Motorola. Motorola no longer manufactures smartphones.) In my previous post, it was highlighted how Lenovo had departed from the Moto design tradition while creating the G series. Let’s see how they fare this time around.                                                                                                                                             Moto G5                                                                            Moto G5 Plus (Image

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Jan 292017
 
World FM Radio at your Fingertips

All of you belonging to the middle generation, that’s those born abound the 80’s surely still have the soft spot for radio. It doesn’t matter if there is a bit static but radio gives us something which the stored music cannot give. No matter what algorithm they use, a music player on a “smart”phone will never be able to top the unpredictability the radio offers. You start playing something on a music player and it

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Jan 292017
 

This is India. A country with a special meaning to the word Family. We have many types of family setups in India. A nuclear family has its own set of living styles. It is small, it keeps to itself and handles its own problems. A large family meanwhile is totally different organization in chaos. It works on its own different set of rules and principles which are unlike a nuclear family. In a large family,

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Aug 162016
 
The Evolution of the Tiny

2000 was the year when I bought my first computer. 550 MHz Intel Pentium processor, 64MB RAM(wow…..back then), 20 GB HDD(another wow…..again back then) along with all the gizmos(read modem, multemedia speakers, cd drive….no not a writer or DVD rom…..just plain cd drive) had cost me(my father actually) about 40,000 rupees. I was quite fascinated by its capabilities(current midrange phones beat it by miles). Technology didn’t stop evolving ever since. While I was sailing at

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Jul 232016
 

Reliance is on the verge of launching its 4G services to the general public. Since december 2015, they started their beta tests by allowing selected employees to access the network and later it was extended others on invite basis. But until now, the service was available only on their LYF phones.  Last week they launched the service for qualifying Samsung devices. But there is no word yet about the availability of SIM for rest of

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May 182016
 

We are just fresh out of the freedom251 news and related doubts and political interventions. While freedom251 is yet to be delivered, another firm, this time in Bengaluru, claims to have a smartphone which they will sell for Rs. 99(thats less than 2$). The mobile is named as Namotel Acche Din as reported by the newsgroup publishing the story. The name of the mobile hints to having connections to the PM of India (break up

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May 172016
 
Moto G4–A Departure from Tradition

The launch of Moto G4 has been adequately covered on various forums including those which predicted its configurations, design language, pricing etc. The phone, rather phones, were launched today by the new owners of the Moto brand, Lenovo. Some predictions came true, but it seems, Moto G, the budget phone which ruled the android market for three generations, is about to be lost in the crowd. What will remain shall be the name. For a

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