We recap all the big stories of the consumer tech space from the week of April 14th to 18th in this one nicely packaged post.
After tremendous feedback on the Xperia Z1 Compact, Sony may well be set to bring the Xperia Z2 Compact, a Mini variant of the Xperia Z2, their latest flagship. Read here for more.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is now available in the market to pick and we have been using the device for last few days. Here are our initial impressions of the Rs 51,500 phone.
Google has released its stock camera app to Google Play for devices running Android 4.4 and up. Read our impressions of the app here.
Is Apple set to bring an Android styled pattern unlock in the upcoming update? Read here to find out more about the patent that Apple had filed regarding it.
Priority Hub is an interesting Cydia Tweak that brings a bit of Blackberry 10 flavour to your Lockscreen. Read here to find out more about the Tweak.
Regardless of the amount of hate it gets, flash is an integral part of the modern web. The major issue with flash being the high CPU usage. major GPU vendors do support hardware acceleration for flash, however the process for enabling it is pretty tricky.
Automatic maintenance when idle is touted as a key Windows 8.1 feature, which performs key maintenance tasks when the system is idle. Users with not-so powerful machines may not like the very idea of spiked up CPU usage when idle