RaeMote is a N900 desktop widget that turns your N900 into an Apple Remote that can control your Mac Mini, MacBooks and iPod docks via IR. RaeMote has been developed by Thomas Perl and is available for download in the extras testing repository. The widget works as expected and has surprisingly good range. I was … Continue reading RaeMote Turns Your N900 Into An Apple Remote
Everybody’s favourite application the irRemote is finally available now for S60 v3 infrared equipped phones. irRemote turns your phone into a universal remote control and allows us to operate audio and video equipment using one device – Symbian operated smartphone with infrared port. It’s simple and intuitive. Just select the device from the list and … Continue reading irRemote Available Now!
The best part about owing a Smart TV is that you can play back locally stored content like photos, movies, home videos wirelessly on the large screen without moving a muscle. But sometimes the implementation isn’t as easy as it sounds. Modern Smart TVs support technologies like DLNA and Miracast, and most newer phones can … Continue reading iMediaShare: A must have free app if you own a Smart TV
The HTC One packs a quad core Snapdragon 600 chip, 2 GB of RAM, an incredible 1080p 4.7″ IPS display and runs Sense 5.0, a new iteration of Sense that trims down the UI to a very large extent, while not taking away too much from the default Android experience. With its premium aluminium construction, there … Continue reading Must Know HTC One Tips & Tricks
Camera phones have been around for ages, so the concept of sharing photos and videos digitally is not new at all. But over the years the most popular way of sharing photos continues to be email. There is Facebook, but for times when you want share only with a select few most people choose email. … Continue reading Editorial: We Need Better Photo Sharing & HTC’s Zoe Is Pushing The Envelope
Stephen Elop in his Mobile World Congress keynote recently announced that Windows Phone Store had crossed 130,000 apps, an impressive number on its own. But compared to both Android and iOS which are around the 700,000 mark, the number seems low. Does this mean you shouldn’t buy a Windows Phone because it doesn’t have ‘apps’? … Continue reading Does Windows Phone Really Have An App Problem Anymore?