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WhatsApp getting ready for Windows 10

WhatsApp today released an update for the Beta version . Primarily the update looks like a Bug Fix update. But while Tech enthusiasts dig into the deep, the update suggests that WhatsApp is getting ready for Windows 10. Notification panel for WhatsApp v 2.11.688 on Windows 10 Notification panel for WhatsApp v 2.12.20 on Windows 10 There are four visible changes. Firstly one of the major feature WhatsApp for Windows Phone was missing for a long time. Now we can attach Audio mp3 files and send it via WhatsApp. Secondly, while sending text there is a cool animation for the chat bubbles. There is another cool new feature to select multiple chats and delete or archive the. And lastly there is a toggle button to enable or disable read receipt in the Privacy Settings. There is a significant change in the version number. While writing this the Public version is 2.11.688, while the Beta version is 2.12.20. I though this version must have the most awaited calling feature. But there is no trace

Nokia's first device to the post Microsoft era

Nokia isn't exactly known for its tablets, but having sold its phone-making division to Microsoft it's hoping to catch your eye with its latest compellingly priced Android offering. The Nokia N1 starts at $250 and is set to go on sale in China before the Chinese New Year -- that's February 19, 2015. Information on other international pricing and release dates have yet to be announced, but the US dollar price converts to around £160 or AU$290. The N1 looks trendy and slim. It's 6.9mm thick and an aluminum frame that comes in dark gray or silver. Its 7.9-inch IPS LCD screen boasts a 4:3 aspect ratio with a 2,048x1,536-pixel resolution. Inside you'll find a 64-bit 2.3GHz Intel Atom Z3580 CPU and PowerVR G6430 GPU with 2GB RAM. In a somewhat unusual move, the Nokia N1 houses a whopping 32GB of internal storage. Initially this sounds impressive, until you realise it can't be expanded. Nonetheless, some manufactures have the gall to leave you with a lot less and no mi

Nokia - Is it an End or Beginning of a New Era?

19 years ago, former West Bengal chief minister Shri. Jyoti Basu at Writers' Building was the first to say ' Hello ', on a Mobile device. And at the other end former Union Communication Minister Mr. Sukh Ram. India's mobile journey started with the Nokia 2110 . In 1995, Nokia introduced it's first mobile existence in India. It was the start. Then .... Unwittingly Nokia became happiness, sorrow, joy and love for the Indians. This led the Nokia phones to be a part of the family. For everyone, Eight to eighty, from a small village to a big city Mobile meant - "Nokia". In 1998 Nokia was the first to make ringtone "Sarrey jahan se Achaa " We got the first taste of Indian tune as a ringtone in our mobile phones. Then in  2000 our national language Hindi was added to mobile devices. Nokia's 3210 handset is the first to use Hindi menu . In 2002 Nokia brings 7650 , the first camera phone. In 2003, Nokia made a huge success in the world market with No

Microsoft Lumia Devices - #MoreLumia

Microsoft has announced an announcement tomorrow of the first fully-branded Windows Phone smartphone from Redmond. Along with the hash tag #MoreLumia, the blog post highlights the phone’s potential marketing tagline: “Microsoft is delivering the power of everyday mobile technology to everyone.” So tomorrow we will have Microsoft’s ‘first’ Windows Phone. Certainly it will be the first to drop the ‘Nokia’ prefix from the handset’s title. Microsoft has just posted a teaser video on their new YouTube channel teasing the #MoreLumia event scheduled for tomorrow. The video doesn't shows much but is just a teaser of what is about to come. The video is labeled as " Big on Experiences - 11/11/2014 - #MoreLumia " showing the potential of the event. Also if you play and watch video closely at 13 second, you will notice a Green Colored device with a Flash. Also the main focus of the video went to the Camera suggesting Microsoft might launch Lumia 535, successor of Lumia 520, Lumia 5