Thursday, March 30, 2017

WordPress Sitemap error XML declaration allowed only at the start of the document

I was geting the following error when viewing the xml sitemap that has been generated by the plugin YOAST

This page contains the following errors:

error on line 1 at column 6: XML declaration allowed only at the start of the document

Below is a rendering of the page up to the first error.

Please note this not related to the plugin generating Sitemap. Usually this error occurs when there are white spaces before XML Tag declaration

Directly go to you functions.php file:

  1. Login to wordpress -> Appearance -> Editor -> Theme Functions (functions.php)
    You will find this file on right side column.
  2. In the editor look for ?>  this is where PHP server tags end and next php tag  see the picture remove all the line break like this
  3. Remove all empty lines between tags ?> and
  4. Save the functions.php 
  5. Refresh the page and check the sitemap now


Monday, January 18, 2016

101 easy to follow suggestions for top executives

By Inside CRM Editors

Management is all about connecting with the people on your team. So how do you effectively manage a team? With common knowledge, of course. These are a few back-to-basics rules that will help you develop management skills that really matter.

Body Language

Like it or not, your body speaks volumes, even when you are silent. Here's how to express an attitude that's appropriate for a leader.

1. Stand tall.
 Keeping your shoulders back and holding yourself up to your full height will give you an air of confidence.

2. Take your hands out of your pockets.
 Putting your hands in your pockets is often seen as a sign that you have something to hide.

3. Stand with your arms crossed behind your back.
 This will help you adjust your posture, and it leaves your hands in a position that is open and not intimidating.

4. Make eye contact.
 Always look directly into the eyes of the people you are speaking with. This shows you're interested and also gives you a sense of confidence.

5. Sit up straight.
 Even if you're at an 8 a.m.meeting and feeling tired, it's important to sit up straight in your chair. Slouching makes you look disinterested and can give off an unwanted air of laziness.

6. Face the person you're talking to.
 This shows you are interested and engaged in the conversation.

7. Shake hands firmly.
 For many, a handshake is a reflection of the person you're shaking hands with. You don't want to come across as unsure or overbearing, so make sure yours is professional and confident.

8. Always smile.
 Smiles are contagious and will make others feel positive when you're around.

9. Look your best.
 You don't have to be model perfect every day, but you should dress appropriately and neatly. Clothes can have a big impact on the way you're perceived.

10. Walk confidently.
 Keep your head up and take even strides.

Meeting Deadlines

No one will be happy if your team has to rush around at the last minute to complete a project. Follow these tips to make deadlines less stressful for everyone.

11. Only promise what you can realistically deliver. Don't create deadlines that you know you can't meet. By only promising what you know you can do, you'll be able to finish on time.

12. Set clear goals.
 Once you know what you need to accomplish, it helps to know how and when you want to do it. Put your goals down on paper and make sure everyone on your team gets a copy.

13. Organize a team.
 Many of your employees will have unique strengths and training that can make them great assets to certain projects. Pick a team that has the right skills to carry out the job.

14. Delegate tasks.
 Spread work among your employees in a way that doesn't leave anyone overburdened while also allowing the project work smoothly.

15. Create milestones.
 Creating milestones for you and your team will help you keep track of your progress and also give you a sense of accomplishment as you reach each milestone.

16. Keep communication open.
 Keeping everyone in touch with the status of the project is key to making sure it's completed on time.

17. Do it right the first time.
 Planning ahead will help prevent you from delivering a substandard product. Having to redo something for a client costs money, and, more than likely, future business opportunities.

18. Stay organized.
 Staying organized will help keep you from wasting time chasing down important documents and information.

19. Make sure expectations are clear.
 Be sure that each member of your team knows what their specific responsibilities are. This will save time and prevent tasks from being overlooked.

20. Create a plan.
 Compile your goals and milestones into a comprehensive plan for attacking any project you are given. This way, you can make sure you're staying on schedule and that all of your employees will be clear about how and when things should be done.

Getting Along with Employees

A happy office is a productive one. Everyone will be more cheerful if you follow these simple rules.

21. Don't make your employees come in on days they're normally not scheduled to work or call them while they're on vacation.
 A surefire way to make employees resent you is to invade their personal time for nonpressing work. Unless you have something that absolutely has to be done, let time away from work stay that way.

22. Don't play favorites.
 Playing favorites can bias your judgment and impair your leadership abilities. Treat your employees equally.

23. Give credit when it's due.
 Don't take credit for your employees' ideas or hog their limelight. This action not only fosters resentment but also makes you seem untrustworthy.

24. Don't micromanage.
 While it's fine to keep up with what your employees are working on, don't constantly look over their shoulders.

25. Never discuss employee matters with their co-workers.
 This kind of gossip always gets back to the person and will make you look unprofessional.

26. Don't interfere with employees' work.
 If your employees are getting work done, don't stress about how it gets done. Even if it's not being done they way you'd do it, it's best to let employees use their best judgment.

27. Don't push unreasonable deadlines.
 You don't want to spend all of your time at the office, and neither do your employees.

28. Keep your promises.
 Barring some catastrophic event, you should always keep promises you make to employees, especially about pay and benefits.

29. Keep work about work.
 Don't require employees to run your personal errands. Take care of your own personal business or hire an assistant.

30. Reward hard work.
 Make sure your employees feel valued for the work that they do. Employees will be more willing to put in extra effort if they know it's noted and appreciated.

31. Provide motivation.
 Sometimes employees need a morale boost. Provide them with encouragement to get a project rolling.

Manage Yourself

 Being a good manager isn't just about what you can encourage other people to do, it's also about managing your own performance.

32. Be accessible.
 Don't hole up in your office all day — come out and visit with your employees. Let them know that they can always come to you with problems and concerns.

33. Be open to constructive criticism.
 It may not always be what you want to hear, but listening to constructive criticism gives you the chance to learn and grow from your mistakes.

34. Accept responsibility.
 Part of being the boss is accepting responsibility for the mistakes of all that you manage, not just your own.

35. Know there's always room for improvement.
 No matter how good you think you are, your job can always be done better. Always be willing to learn.

36. Improve your skills.
 Learning is a lifelong process. You're never too old to take a class or ask a co-worker to help you improve your knowledge.

37. Explain things simply.
 Don't use big words or technical jargon just to sound smart and impress others. Your employees will understand and perform better if you explain simply and clearly what you need.

38. Instruct rather than order.
 You may be the boss, but you don't have to be bossy. You'll have more success if your requests are more tactfully delivered.

39. Include your staff in your plans.
 Don't make your work top secret; let your employees know what's going on and how they are expected to contribute.

40. Know your subordinates' jobs.
 You don't want to be caught with inferior job knowledge.

41. Be flexible.
 It's fine to be firm in what you expect, but allow for flexibility in how it gets done.

42. Get regular feedback.
 Your employees and superiors can give you valuable feedback on how to improve your performance. Use this to your advantage.

43. Know your limitations.
 You can't be everywhere doing everything all at once. Know the limits of your time and abilities and say no to things you know you can't do.

Boosting Productivity

Getting the most out of your day can be difficult with a busy schedule, but you can use these tips to help you maximize your time in order to be better available to employees.

44. Get the most out of meetings.
 Be organized and prepared for meetings to increase effectiveness and time savings.

45. Focus your energy on things that matter.
 Don't let trivial tasks take time away from things that are really important.

46. Identify your time-stealers.
 Everyone has little things that detract their attention and make them lose focus. Figure out what these are and work to eliminate them, if only for a few hours a day.

47. Be punctual.
 Being on time is a big deal. Never keep people waiting for appointments or meetings if you can help it.

48. Respond to your correspondence within a reasonable amount of time.
 You don't have to be chained to your inbox, but make sure you respond to emails within a few hours whenever possible.

49. Do only what is necessary.
 There are times when going above and beyond works, but doing so on a daily basis can derail your progress on more important issues. Get the key things done first, then see if you have time for additional things.

50. Stick to schedules and routines.
 While they may not be the most exciting things, schedules and routines can help streamline and improve your productivity.

51. Organize and manage your schedule.
 Use any tools and utilities you have at your disposal to prioritize your day and keep track of what you need to get done.

52. Plan more than you think you can do.
 While this may sound stressful, it can actually be a great motivator. If you manage to get everything done, you'll enjoy a great sense of achievement.

53. Get to work early on occasion.
 Sometimes an uninterrupted half hour in an unoccupied office can help you get key things done or allow you to plan your day before there are any distractions to slow you down.

54. Know that sometimes stress is good.
 While too much of anything, especially stress, can be bad, sometimes a little stress can be the motivation to get you moving, allowing you to get more done.

55. Do your least favorite tasks first.
 Get your most tedious and least desirable tasks out of the way earlier in the day. After that, everything else will be a breeze.

Managing Finances and Resources

Whether you're a business owner or a manager, staying on top of tangible items is vital to success. These tips can help you keep track.

56. Set up a realistic budget.
 While it's good to be optimistic, don't plan for more spending than you know you can afford. Make sure you plan for emergencies and contingencies as well.

57. Save costs where they matter the most.
 Don't just pinch pennies for the present. Make sure your savings will pay off in the long run. Compromising on quality might cost you later on in repairs and replacements.

58. Spend only when it's necessary.
 Don't spend if you don't need to. Every bit you save goes toward your profit.

59. Find alternative sources of finance.
 Sometimes even successful businesses need a little help. Business loans and investors can help you through leaner times.

60. Stay true to your contracts.
 Not only will you gain the respect of your clients, you'll also avoid legal battles that can be a serious financial drain.

61. Make sure employees are well compensated.
 Employees deserve to be rewarded for hard work. Make sure yours are well compensated for their time and they'll be more productive and happier to come to work.

62. Learn to do more with less.
 Quality is much more important than quantity, so make what you have count.

63. Assign equipment wisely.
 While it might be nice for every employee to have a PDA, budgets often don't allow for such conveniences. Make sure the employees that need tools the most have access to them.

64. Invest in solid technology.
 This doesn't always mean the latest technology, but what your office needs to do work effectively.

65. Update when necessary.
 Using obsolete equipment and programs can really slow you down. Update when it makes sense so you won't get left behind by competitors.

66. Don't be wasteful.
 Every sheet of paper, paper clip and pen is a cost on your budget. Use materials wisely and don't waste them out of haste or carelessness.

Communicating with Clients

Whether you're a business owner or a manager carrying out a project, one thing is always the same: The client is dominant voice in decision-making. Learn to communicate with them effectively and you'll set a good example for the people you supervise.

67. Remember that the customer is the boss.
 At the end of the day, your job is to make the customer happy. Act accordingly.

68. Differentiate your products.
 Don't get lost in a sea of products and services like yours. Make sure you stand out from your competitors.

69. Retain customers as much as you recruit new ones.
 While you always want to bring in new business, it's very important to maintain relationships with loyal customers.

70. Provide effective channels of communication.
 Make sure your clients can contact you easily and quickly if they have a problem, concern or question. They can also provide a valuable source of feedback.

71. Maintain customer data.
 Use this data to make your customers feel special by remembering occasions like birthdays and anniversaries. It's also helpful for keeping track of purchasing preferences.

72. Segment your customers.
 Not all customers are alike. Divide your customers into groups that allow you to provide attention and services that meet each customer's unique needs.

73. Provide effective after-sales services.
 Don't let contact fall off after the work is complete. Make sure your client stays happy.

74. Listen attentively.
 Pay attention to exactly what clients are asking for to help you better meet their needs.

75. Don't be afraid to say you don't know.
 It's OK not to know the answer to every question. It's better to say you don't know and get back to a customer than to try to bluff your way through a conversation and have to backtrack later.

Keep Up with Change

There is no way to stop the world from changing, so follow these tips to keep up and ahead of the game.

76. Don't fight change.
 You can't stop markets, trends and technology from changing, so learn to go with the flow.

77. Adopt a predictive managerial style.
 Don't wait for things to happen to make a move. Anticipate problems and provide contingency plans.

78. Test your contingency plans.
 Waiting for disaster to strike is a dangerous way to find out if your emergency plans will hold. Test them out from time to time to fine-tune them and make sure they're still relevant.

79. Identify the positives.
 Even the most negative changes can have positive aspects to them. Being able to identify and maximize them can help make adapting less painful.

80. Be quick to adapt.
 Learn to adapt to changing situations quickly and be able to change plans on the spur of the moment if the situation requires it.

81. Stay tuned to external factors.
 Your business is affected in many ways by outside factors. Keep abreast of these so you can anticipate any sudden market changes that would affect how you need to manage.

82. Put in place a Research and Development plan.
 Encourage innovation and creativity to stay ahead of the demand for newer and better products and services.

83. Keep an eye on the competition.
 Don't let the competition get the best of you. Keep up-to-date with what they're doing and use it to your advantage in managing your business.

Resolving Problems

Whether problems are internal or external, they can make your management duties a nightmare if you don't handle them correctly. Here's how to stay on top of them.

84. Stand up for employees.
 If other departments or managers are bearing down hard on your employees, stand up for them.

85. Fix what's broken.
 Don't waste time placing blame. Take care of fixing the problem before dealing with any possible repercussions.

86. Manage and control your emotions.
 Don't let anger or frustration affect your problem resolution. If you are emotionally invested in a situation, cool down before discussing it or bring in an outside mediator.

87. Learn when to step in.
 Some problems might resolve themselves if you just let them be, but you need to be aware of times where you'll need to step in and take control of a situation.

88. Take the blame.
 If you've made a mistake, fess up. It'll give you more time to work on fixing the problem instead of talking your way out of taking the rap.

89. Get the facts first.
 Before you pass judgment on a situation, make sure you have the whole story. Listen to employees and refrain from questioning anyone's integrity without first ensuring that you've gathered all the data.

90. Rise above the crisis.
 Learn to separate yourself from the problem and rise above the fray. You'll be able to think more clearly and make a better decision on how to rectify the issue.

91. Don't ignore problems.
 A small problem can easily snowball and become something much more difficult to fix.

92. Try to depersonalize problems.
 Let employees know that the problem isn't with them but with their actions. Don't make it personal.

Go Above and Beyond

Managing people isn't just about getting the job done. To truly be a great leader, sometimes you need to go above and beyond what the job calls for.

93. Lead by example.
 You can talk until you're blue in the face, but the best way to get a point across is to be the model to emulate. Let employees follow your lead.

94. Get your hands dirty.
 Sometimes you need to show your employees that no one's above doing unattractive tasks.

95. Make a difference to your employees.
 Don't just be a generic manager — stand out as a leader and role model for your employees.

96. Gain your employees' trust and respect.
 You'll have a much easier time managing employees when they respect your rules and boundaries and trust your leadership.

97. Be empathetic to personal problems.
 Whether it should or not, what happens outside of work can have a big affect on the quality of work produced. Be sensitive if employees have personal issues that keep them from concentrating on work.

98. Be unique as a manager.
 Every position demands something different and you should be proud to be adept at your particular role rather than trying to emulate other managers.

99. Remember that ethics matter above all.
 Be honest and reliable in all of your business and personal relationships.

100. Be on the lookout for new ideas.
 You never know where your next great inspiration will come from.

101. Get to know your employees.
 Learn more than just their names. Get to know your employees' family backgrounds, likes and dislikes. Doing so will make you more personable.


Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Why is the keyboard layout Q-W-E-R-T-Y and not simply A-B-C-D-F?

Why is the keyboard layout Q-W-E-R-T-Y and not simply A-B-C-D-F? Why were computer keyboards designed in the current format not in a alphabetical order. Is there any specific reason or it's just some random convention we are following?

It hasn't been done randomly or just for fun, it has a very distinct and purposeful reason behind it.

The current format of the keyboard was devised long back in 1870's by a gentleman named Christopher Sholes for the then typewriter.

Though, it definitely was not the first format to come up, it didn't take much time to switch to this one.

Starting with lexicographic order i.e. A-B-C-D-E-F, after various trials and errors and taking hundreds of cases, Christopher Sholes gradually reached the Q-W-E-R-T-Y. It was really well received (evident from the fact that we still use it).

When the typewriter was invented, it used a metal bar to hold the character alphabets and the other end of the bar was attached to a linkage carrying a carriage with the coated ink.

When a key was struck, it would emboss its character on the paper placed beneath the carriage. However, when an operator learned to type at a great speed, a certain flaw was noticed.

When two letters were struck in quick succession, the bars of the typewriter would entangle and get jammed.

Christopher Sholes found a way out. He proposed that the letters of frequently used letter pairs should be in different rows.
For example, 'C-H', 'S-T', 'T-H', 'W-H' and more.

He also formulated that to speed up the typing process, there has to be a regular alternation between two hands. So observing thousands of words, he placed the letters in way that most words would make use of both hands.

He also observed that almost every word in the dictionary carries a vowel.

According to him, the most frequently used vowel was 'A' and the most frequently used letter (non-vowel) was 'S'. So he placed 'A' and 'S' together and chose to keep less common letters like 'Q', 'W', 'Z', 'X', 'C' around these.

This was complemented by placing fairly common letters like 'M', 'N', 'L', 'K', 'O', 'P' at right extremes to create a perfect alternation between both the hands.

All these factors tested with thousands of trials gave us the format that we still use and perhaps would be using till eternity.

Share this info with your siblings and young curious minds


Monday, August 10, 2015

Keyboard and mouse shortcuts

Ctrl+NOpens a new window.
Ctrl+TOpens a new tab.
Ctrl+Shift+NOpens a new window in incognito mode.
Press Ctrl+O, then select file.Opens a file from your computer in Google Chrome.
Press Ctrl and click a link. Or click a link with your middle mouse button (or mousewheel).Opens the link in a new tab in the background .
Press Ctrl+Shift and click a link. Or press Shift and click a link with your middle mouse button (or mousewheel).Opens the link in a new tab and switches to the newly opened tab.
Press Shift and click a link.Opens the link in a new window.
Ctrl+Shift+TReopens the last tab you've closed. Google Chrome remembers the last 10 tabs you've closed.
Drag a link to a tab.Opens the link in the tab.
Drag a link to a blank area on the tab strip.Opens the link in a new tab.
Drag a tab out of the tab strip.Opens the tab in a new window.
Drag a tab out of the tab strip and into an existing window.Opens the tab in the existing window.
Press Esc while dragging a tab.Returns the tab to its original position.
Ctrl+1 through Ctrl+8Switches to the tab at the specified position number on the tab strip.
Ctrl+9Switches to the last tab.
Ctrl+Tab or Ctrl+PgDownSwitches to the next tab.
Ctrl+Shift+Tab or Ctrl+PgUpSwitches to the previous tab.
Alt+F4Closes the current window.
Ctrl+W or Ctrl+F4Closes the current tab or pop-up.
Click a tab with your middle mouse button mor mousewheel).Closes the tab you clicked.
Right-click, or click and hold either the Back or Forward arrow in the browser toolbar.Displays your browsing history in the tab.
Press Backspace, or Alt and the left arrow together.Goes to the previous page in your browsing history for the tab.
Press Shift+Backspace, or Alt and the right arrow together.Goes to the next page in your browsing history for the tab.
Press Ctrl and click either the Back arrow, Forward arrow, or Go button in the toolbar. Or click either button with your middle mouse button (or mousewheel).Opens the button destination in a new tab in the background.
Double-click the blank area on the tab strip.Maximizes the window.
Alt+HomeOpens your homepage in your current window.

Google Chrome feature shortcuts

Ctrl+BToggles the bookmarks bar on and off.
Ctrl+Shift+BOpens the Bookmark manager.
Ctrl+HOpens the History page.
Ctrl+JOpens the Downloads page.
Shift+EscOpens the Task Manager.
Shift+Alt+TSets the focus on the browser toolbar. Use right and left arrows on the keyboard to navigate to different buttons on the toolbar.
Ctrl+Shift+JOpens Developer Tools.
Ctrl+Shift+DeleteOpens the Clear Browsing Data dialog.
F1Opens the Help Center in a new tab (our favorite).

Address bar shortcuts

Use the following shortcuts in the address bar:
Type a search term, then press Enter.Performs a search using your default search engine.
Type a search engine keyword, press Space, type a search term, and pressEnter.Performs a search using the search engine associated with the keyword.
Begin typing a search engine URL, press Tab when prompted, type a search term, and press Enter.Performs a search using the search engine associated with the URL.
Ctrl+EnterAdds www. and .com to your input in the address bar and open the resulting URL.
Type a URL, then press Alt+Enter.Opens the URL in a new tab.
F6 or Ctrl+L or Alt+DHighlights the URL.
Ctrl+K or Ctrl+EPlaces a '?' in the address bar. Type a search term after the question mark to perform a search using your default search engine.
Press Ctrl and the left arrow together.Moves your cursor to the preceding key term in the address bar
Press Ctrl and the right arrow together.Moves your cursor to the next key term in the address bar
Ctrl+BackspaceDeletes the key term that precedes your cursor in the address bar
Select an entry in the address bar drop-down menu with your keyboard arrows, then press Shift+Delete.Deletes the entry from your browsing history, if possible.
Click an entry in the address bar drop-down menu with your middle mouse button (or mousewheel).Opens the entry in a new tab in the background.
Press Page Up or Page Down when the address bar drop-down menu is visible.Selects the first or last entry in the drop-down menu.

Webpage shortcuts

Ctrl+PPrints your current page.
Ctrl+SSaves your current page.
F5 or Ctrl+RReloads your current page.
EscStops the loading of your current page.
Ctrl+FOpens the find bar.
Ctrl+G or F3Finds the next match for your input in the find bar.
Ctrl+Shift+GShift+F3, or Shift+EnterFinds the previous match for your input in the find bar.
Click the middle mouse button (or mousewheel).Activates auto-scrolling. As you move your mouse, the page automatically scrolls according to the direction of the mouse.
Ctrl+F5 or Shift+F5Reloads your current page, ignoring cached content.
Press Alt and click a link.Downloads the target of the link.
Ctrl+UOpens the source of your current page.
Drag a link to bookmarks barBookmarks the link.
Ctrl+DBookmarks your current webpage.
F11Opens your page in full-screen mode. Press F11 again to exit full-screen.
Ctrl and +, or press Ctrl and scroll your mousewheel up.Enlarges everything on the page.
Ctrl and -, or press Ctrl and scroll your mousewheel down.Makes everything on the page smaller.
Ctrl+0Returns everything on the page to normal size.
Space barScrolls down the web page.
HomeGoes to the top of the page.
EndGoes to the bottom of the page.
Press Shift and scroll your mousewheel.Scrolls horizontally on the page.

Text shortcuts

Ctrl+CCopies highlighted content to the clipboard.
Ctrl+V or Shift+InsertPastes content from the clipboard.
Ctrl+Shift+VPaste content from the clipboard without formatting.
Ctrl+X or Shift+DeleteDeletes the highlighted content and copies it to the clipboard.


Wednesday, February 11, 2015

How to add Images Pictures to blog post

Follow below steps to add image to blogger post:

Save files to your local and upload to blogger as mentioned below

Select file and click Add Selected to add the image to the post

This is very important: After image is added by default it will be a small size. Click image and you will see different options. Select the appropriate option depending on the post. Also note you can add caption to the pictures. This caption helps Google to search specific images also. If image is specific news add caption. For example Image related to some news then mention the news title in the caption.

Adding Labels to the post:

Labels are only related to Blog or specific site. Purpose of labels is to combine the related posts in one place. It better to choose labels from existing options.


Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Key not valid for use in specified state - Online Visual Studio TFS Error

If you are getting error "Key not valid for use in specified state "
Due to credential changed or local system or switch from on location  

1. Close all instances of Visual Studio 2013
2. Delete this folder in the registry ( “TokenStorage” – nothing else):


Wednesday, November 20, 2013

JavaScript Count Down Timer

<!-- Javascript Timer Start-->
<span style="font-size:xx-large;font-family: arial;" >
<span id="spMin">00</span>:<span id="spSec">00</span>
<script type="text/javascript">
var countSec=0;
var countMin=5;
function UpdatTimer(){



//Timeout do your functionality
var  intTimer = setInterval(UpdatTimer,1000);
<!-- Javascript Timer End-->

Shahzad Afzal


Monday, November 4, 2013

SharePoint 2010 failed to delete usage log file the process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process

Hi All,

SharePoint 2010 failed to delete usage log file the process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process

Some of the .usage file may be gets locked by SharePoint 2010 Timer service 

Restart the "SharePoint 2010 Timer" Service 

1. Go to run  or Press "Window + R"
2. Type services.msc
3. Scroll to "SharePoint 2010 Timer" service
4. Right click and select Restart 



Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Chrome New Tab Move Cursor UR Address Bar

In Chrome, when we open a new tab Ctrl +t  the cursor won't go right away to the url address bar which so much annoying 

It can be solved using:
On url box we must enter chrome://flags and then look for Enable Instant Extended API and disable it!

Shahzad Afzal


Saturday, October 5, 2013

Nokia taking Lumia 1020 pre-orders at Rs 49,999/ Android KitKat images leaked, reveal new features

Nokia taking Lumia 1020 pre-orders at Rs 49,999
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The wait is over, as t..more
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News PictureScreenshots of Google's next version of Android OS 4.4 KitKat have allegedly leaked online. Tech website Gadget Helpline has posted screenshots of a Nexus 4 running Android 4.4. 

Reports suggest Google is not givin..more
Instagram photos of food can ruin your appetite: Study
News PictureInstagram users, you may want to stop taking so many pictures of your food! 

Looking at too many pictures of food can actually make it less enjoyable to eat, according to a new study. 

Researchers from Brigham You..more
‘Windows Phone coming to HTC Android phones‘
News PictureDespite buying Nokia's mobile phone arm, Microsoft is trying to push itsWindows Phone mobile operating system on devices made by other manufacturers. The company is reportedly in talks with Taiwanese company HTC to provide Windows..more
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News PictureBillions of messages are fired off weekly at Twitter, with some of them capturing defining moments in history or in the evolution of the San Francisco-based firm. 

Below a sampling of ten memorable tweets since the Twit..more
Google Nexus 5 launch date leaked
News PictureSpeculations about the upcomingGoogle Nexus smartphone are rife, with almost all specifications of the device leaked by various sources. The upcoming device -- likely to be called Nexus 5 -- is expected to be showcased by the internet giant soon..more

Shahzad Afzal


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