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‘Samsung Experience Shop’ Inaugurated in Peshawar

By | April 21, 2014 No Comments

Samsung Electronics has expanded its network of retail outlet by launching the ‘Samsung Experience Shop’ in Peshawar, to provide consumers all its quality services and mobile products under one roof. A special inauguration ceremony was held last week, at the new ‘Samsung Experience Shop’ located at Saddar Road, Javed Plaza, Peshawar Cantt. Farid Ullah Jan, head of Mobile Business at Samsung Electronics Pakistan, attended the [...]

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Difference Between Plasma, LCD And LED: Choose Which Is Best For You

By | April 18, 2014 16 Comments

By Ayaz Ahmed The influx of technology has its mark on almost every aspect of our lives. From our professional lives at work to the way we spend our leisure time at home. We can even see people sitting in a restaurant waiting for the meal to arrive with a Smartphone in their hands. This flood of technology is also continuously upgrading the conventional appliances [...]

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Meet the Incredible Nokia X [Unboxing and Review]

By | April 17, 2014 29 Comments

Despite its close relationship with Microsoft and a recent agreement to sale its handset business to the software giant, Nokia has introduced its much-rumoured and long-awaited Android smartphone at Mobile World Congress (MWC) this year. Nokia fans all over the world were surprised when the Finnish company announced not one but three Android powered smartphones and dubbed them the X family with a hint of [...]

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Online Hotel Booking Site Launched in Pakistan

By | April 16, 2014 2 Comments, an online hotel booking platform, is now operational in Pakistan. Along with Pakistan, the online platform, at the moment, is only available in two African nations; Nigeria and Kenya. The website has around 50 hotels available on its platform from Lahore and Karachi; other cities such as Sialkot, Bahawalnagar, Taxila, and more are also listed on their website. According to, they are looking [...]

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Warid Presents the ‘Bus Timings’ App

By | April 16, 2014 4 Comments

Having a hard time knowing the inter-city bus timings, or scheduling your journey from various cities of Pakistan? Need to know where the nearest bus stop is? When would the next bus leave for your desired destination? Then you should look no farther, as Warid brings the “Bus Timings” app for Android phones. Let’s explore this app in much more detail with screenshots from the [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S5 – Preview & Quick Hands-on

By | April 12, 2014 4 Comments

Samsung — along with Ufone — launched its latest flagship device Galaxy S5 in Pakistan yesterday. This new smartphone packs a lot of exciting new features but the look remains the same. Galaxy S5 from Samsung is priced in Pakistan at Rs. 75,000 and comes with 20 GB of free internet from Ufone that will remain valid for one whole year. We are yet to [...]

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Ufone and Samsung Co-Launch Galaxy S5 in Pakistan

By | April 11, 2014 15 Comments

Samsung and Ufone announced the co-launch of Galaxy S5 & Gear Fit in Pakistan today. Continuing the bond, both companies are confident that this partnership will bear fruit and deliver exquisite end product and services to the customers. Mr. Taimur Faiz Cheema, General Manager Marketing, Ufone opined, “Ufone has the distinction of becoming the exclusive partner of Samsung for the co-launch of Galaxy S5 in [...]

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Nikon Outs a New Android Camera

By | April 11, 2014 2 Comments

Nikon’s unveiled its first Android camera a year or two back, in August 2012. That effort was half-hearted, as the biggest problem was the OS itself: Gingerbread which is pretty terrible on smartphones, let alone cameras. But here it is, and after almost two years of struggle, here’s the successor to the S800c, the S810c. The camera, Nikon says, should be rather be regarded — [...]

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Samsung Catching up with Apple in the Tablet Market

By | April 11, 2014 6 Comments

According to recent figures by ZDNet, Samsung is now closing up on Apple quickly in the tablet market, after leaving its closest competitor far behind in smartphones. The company now holds a market share of 23%, compared to Apple’s 30%, though, the difference is narrowing quickly with the share of the latter sloughing away slowly. Samsung’s catching up in the market has been attributed to [...]

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BlackBerry May Sell its Handset Division if it Doesn’t Become Profitable

By | April 10, 2014 2 Comments

BlackBerry’s new CEO, John S. Chen, may have given himself a psychological time limit of 2016 to bring his company back into the light, but that does not mean he is totally sure of the success of this plan. In a recent interview with Reuters, John S. Chen said that his company will quit making phones if they don’t bring in a profit soon. “If [...]

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Nokia Outs the Highly Affordable 225

By | April 9, 2014 11 Comments

Nokia has been announcing pretty attractive phones over the past few months, but that doesn’t mean it has forgotten its important lower-end market. It has now presented another option for customers by launching the new Nokia 225. The Nokia 225 comes with a 2.8″ 256K colour display with 320 x 240 resolution, which is also the largest display Nokia has put on a non-touchscreen phone ever. [...]

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HTC One Has the Fastest Touchscreen on a Phone Yet

By | April 9, 2014 7 Comments

While traditionally, it is usually the iPhone which is considered to be the most responsive phone on the planet, Android has been making strong progress in this sector recently as well. While things have certainly improved with the new KitKat update, kudos to HTC for bringing a device in the market with the most responsive touchscreen to come in a phone yet through its HTC [...]

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Samsung Outs the Galaxy ACE Style

By | April 9, 2014 One Comment

Samsung’s Galaxy Ace series once used to be its main line-up in the mid-range smartphones. Over the past couple of years, however, it has almost been wiped out from the picture, after the entrance of Galaxy Wins, Grands and the lot. Now Samsung is back with a new phone from the series, the ACE Style. The phone comes with a 4″ display with 480 x [...]

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Windows XP is Officially Dead

By | April 9, 2014 8 Comments

Microsoft, after countless warnings, has at last pulled the plug from the Windows XP. The once most-popular desktop Operating System (OS) in the world that still powers 27 percent of all PCs worldwide. The OS will no longer be getting security updates and technical support from Microsoft now onwards. Support for Office and Exchange 2003 has also ended. The 12-year old Windows XP had already [...]

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Nokia Tune Turns 20

By | April 7, 2014 One Comment

In 1994, Nokia announced one of its first major phones, the 2110. The phone was the company’s first to receive and send SMS but that wasn’t by far its biggest innovation; that would be the Nokia Tune of course! Of course, the tone then wasn’t in the form in which it is today but at its heart nothing has changed. It was written by Francisco [...]

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