Main Image From Bolivia to foreign college: Guide for Bolivian students to manage their expenses

October 31, 2014 by Tooba Altaf

The meaning of college life has changed so much – if you don’t believe, ask your parents or elder siblings, for them the college meant having fun along with studies but in this particular time, college life usually means applying to foreign institutes, dealing with admission formalities, sorting out living arrangements, looking for part time job and what not. Its truth that our era calls for people from developing countries such as Bolivia to indulge into foreign universities for better future but that does not mean you can’t have fun and enjoy your pre-professional life in a typical chilled-out way.

Main Image How Android Wear will bring a VoIP experience to your smartwatch?

October 29, 2014 by Omar Sohail

After dominating the smartphone operating system market share, Google has decided to branch out its operating system to other devices, most notably, wearables. Naturally, since wearables are miniature versions of mobile devices, they will have to start running something other than the Android operating system. Introducing Google’s Android wear; a modified operating system that is designed to run on small screen devices such as smartwatches. What’s Google’s next plan; to bring the Android experience to wearables and with that experience, VoIP connectivity will most definitely be included.

Main Image MediaTek's upcoming chipset will provide mobile connectivity, performance and more for less

October 27, 2014 by Omar Sohail

Gone are the days when you had to spend a ludicrous amount of money on a mobile device just so you could enjoy making that crisp and pristine sounding free international call. In addition to Qualcomm’s upcoming cost effective chipset, named the Snapdragon 210, MediaTek has also jumped in to the bandwagon of providing users with smartphones housing the company’s chipsets that not only provide LTE connectivity and impressive wireless connectivity performance to fuel their never ending conversations on VoIP apps, but also deliver eye boggling performance that will go easy on the consumer’s wallet. Here is how MediaTek’s chipset will provide consumers with more for less.

Main Image Intel's new chip will allow you to use VoIP apps from your smart watch

October 24, 2014 by Omar Sohail

While smart watches were not designed to allow a free calling feature in them, Intel has decided otherwise, thanks to its 3G modem designed for wear-ables The leading manufacturer of desktop and laptop processors wants to strike hard in the wearable industry; and what better way to strike a blow than by assimilating a 3G chip in to smart watches that will allow the wearer to make free international calls using that particular smart watch. In addition to manufacturing unparalleled performing processors for worldwide consumers, Intel’s XMM 6255 modem will be assimilated in to the smartwatch and will serve as a 3G modem,

Main Image Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus: big on price and on features

October 23, 2014 by Omar Sohail

Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus cater to the user in screen size, aesthetics, multitasking performance and best of all; wireless connectivity performance On the 9th of September, 2014’s most highly anticipated smartphone of the year was to be unveiled, courtesy of Apple and its diligent employees. The Cupertino tech behemoth revealed not one but two devices; the first one being called the iPhone 6 (the 4.7 inch screen smartphone) and its bigger brother, the iPhone 6 Plus (the 5.5 inch screen smartphone).

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