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iPhone Travel Tips!

The iPhone is already one of the most popular gadgets the world has seen, and with my iPhone travel tips you would be surprised at just how useful this advanced phone can be when you embark on your travels. Traveling itself is one of the greatest experiences a person can have. Whether you are looking

Importance of Data Recovery!

Slowly-slowly the use of technology is increasing in our daily life. Especially, personal computer is something which is becoming the essential part of our life. Not only the PC, but laptop is also becoming an essential part of our life. So as the use of these gadgets is increasing, the importance of the data is

Changing trends of technology in 2008!

“Technology”, the word in non-technical terminology refers to the plasmas, refrigerators, PC’s, laptops, DVD players and other electrical and electronic gadgets surrounding us. “Technology thy name is change “, holds true in every context. The launch of a new product or and upgraded version of a coexisting product has become a trend. 2008 too saw

Are we spending more on gadgets?

The gizmo freak world boasts of a new gadget every now and then and generation X go gaga over them itching to possess them as soon as possible. This is the scenario of the gadget dominated world today. Gone are the days when a refrigerator or a mixer grinder was a matter of pride. These

Best Six Gadgets for the year 2008!

2008 is a very eventful year with inflations, depression, terrorism, natural calamity etc. but disasters are not the only thing that this year could be related to. There are numerous gadgets which have come in market to cheer us up and make life easy. Few of them are as follows: Microsoft photosynth: Microsoft in collaboration

Power up electric gadgets without plugging in!

Very soon you will be able to power up your laptops and cell phones without plugging them into an electrical socket by a new technique, Wireless Power Transmission. Intel has tested wireless power transmission which is becoming more viable. Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers, Intel Corp. on Thursday demonstrated how to make a 60-watt light