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What to expect from Netflix in India?

Netflix in India

Viewers can now access the huge repertoire of domestic and international video contents courtesy Netflix that has arrived in India. The video content that is streamed by Netflix can be viewed on smartphones, laptops, tablets and television screens, a feature that keeps Netflix ahead of other similar companies operating in India. It can also be viewed on larger screens by using Apple TV and Playstation. Netflix exclusively produces a lot of globally popular contents, too. Uncensored content Considerable amount of uncensored content will be available but all contents streamed by Netflix are rated for the category of viewers that debar children from viewing adult contents. Although plenty of contents have been left out from the catalogue, the collection of new titles is laudable. Indian viewers would be happy to access contents that had remained out of bounds for them, till now. Bollywood Films Besides international titles, classic Bollywood films from [+more]

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iOS 9 Makes Multitasking Easy On The Apple iPad

Multitasking is now possible in Apple iPad with iOS 9

Now, iPad users can get more from their devices with the Apple iOS 9. The latest Apple operating system offers multitasking in a whole new way. It allows users to work on different apps simultaneously with the help of a split screen view that is easy to set up. Multitasking is now simple To work in split screen  mode, users first have to open any built-in app that supports this feature and then swipe it from the screen’s right edge to place it on one-third area of the screen. Now, open another app and swipe down from the top of the screen’s right to open an app list. Pick the app and then pull the black dividing bar towards the center of the screen. Adjust the size according to your convenience and work. Split screen in picture-in-picture mode A split screen can also be enabled in picture-in-picture mode. All you [+more]

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Windows 10 Preview Build Focuses On Photo sharing

Windows 10 Preview Build Focuses on Photo sharing

To further enhance user anticipation, Microsoft has launched an insider preview build of the Windows 10 Mobile. Called the Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10536, it gives Windows insiders two updates—Build 10514 and Buld 10536.1000. According to a Windows blog, the latest update is delayed but comes with many surprises. Firstly, it includes the Insider Hub yet again and fixes the Mobile hotspot functionality. Support has also been provided to include two more languages in the voice input—Japanese and English (India) for greater global acceptance. The latest update on this Windows 10 Mobile build also includes two-factor authentication and enhanced start time. Improved Photo app  The latest build is reportedly adding folder view options so that users can easily see pictures from their PC as well as OneDrive using a Photo app. Not just that, the new update will also allow users to access files in the SD card directly. When [+more]

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Moto G (3rd Gen) In-Depth Review: Big On Performance, Smart On The Outside

Motorola Launched Moto Xpress to Offer Doorstep Repair Service

Motorola has promised big with the latest 3rd Gen Moto G. While the G series has been on the block since the last two years, this model is better, faster and sassier. Wonder why? Check out our in-depth review. Beginning The Dissection For starters, we love the spick and span look—not premium wood back or hard core metal—but a snazzy plastic in black or white. With the updated version of the Android5.1.1 thrown in, the beginnings are sweet. The latest Moto G comes in two variants—an 8 GB storage version with 1 GB RAM at $180 and a 16 GB storage version with 2 GB RAM at $220. While this pleases the pockets, you could be further pleased with the 5-incher beauty zinged up with 720p display clubbed with 1,280×720 pixel resolution. Oh yes, the Moto G 3rd Gen is also lightweight and sleek with 142.1 by 72.4 by 11.6 mm [+more]

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Apple’s Home Button saga- To Stay Or Not To Stay?

Apple launches iPad mini 4

Rumors that Apple will give its much-loved home button a miss on its upcoming iPhone, makes us list the top reasons why it has GOT to stay on the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 7 as well. Will iPhone Turn The Android Way? The iPhone can be made more Android-ish but sans missing out on the physical button. The increase in screen size that comes about due to skipping a tangible input can barely compensate much since iPhones are not our usual Android wares such as the LG G series or the latest Motorola Moto series. Apple could stick to the home button after all, much like Samsung did. It can only add extra functionality while allowing quick access to camera, search and other apps depending on the intensity of pressing on the button. Apple, are ‘ya listening? Understanding The Toggle Switch For those who own an iPhone and have [+more]

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