Main Image How to improve the performance of voice and video calls in VoIP apps

August 25, 2014 by Omar Sohail

VoIP apps come with the added benefits of providing users the ability to make voice and video calls absolutely free of cost when they are connected to wireless hotspots or to their own home network. Though VoIP apps and their functionalities have come a long way in providing people with the option to make calls with superior performance, VoIP apps are not without their problems.

Main Image Problems Faced by Pakistani Students in UK: How to escape them

August 22, 2014 by Soha Naveed

For any country education is considered as the backbone of the prosperity, progress and development as it serves as the light that forecasts on moral, religious, social and economic aspects of the nation. For a country like Pakistan, the importance of educated population plays a huge role in the advancement of the nation, as every nation is thriving to have a balanced educational and well-established setup that covers the needs of the nation.

Main Image 8 apps that should come preinstalled in every smartphone

August 21, 2014 by Tooba Altaf

Apps are the reason a smartphone has ‘smart’ in its title as they make you customize the phone as per your needs. It’s been quite a while that we are living in a smartphone era which is defined by various applications and different operation systems like Android, iOS etc and we have finally reached a phase where we understand our phones a lot more than ever.

Main Image Microsoft’s new touch screen technology: life saver for texting apps

August 18, 2014 by Omar Sohail

The popularity of VoIP apps in the age of communication has reached new heights with astounding statistical results. With the tally of smartphone users about to reach the 1.75 billion mark by the end of 2014, the usage of VoIP apps and the texting apps that they offer is going to increase exponentially. After all, these texting features in VoIP apps serve several advantages over traditional messaging.

Main Image Google's latest 'objective to complete'? Providing Wi-Fi to phone booths

August 12, 2014 by Omar Sohail

Google’s upcoming projects such as Project Ara (modular smartphones) and Project Loon might take a while to reach fruition, but that certainly does not mean that the tech giant is going to hang back and relax. The popular adage ‘Make hay while the sun shines’ fits Google’s ‘utopic’ vision perfectly, as the advertising company is out to fulfill another objective, while it continues the final implementation of the aforementioned projects to reach the specified deadlines.

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