Windows 8 Shows Signs of Growth

Microsoft’s Windows 8 may be the smallest player in the OS competition but you can’t count it off just yet. If last year, Windows 8 has not even recorded a single percentage in total sales of the global tablet OS, this year is different for the Microsoft product. Based on the Global Tablet OS Market Share: Q1 2013 report by Strategy Analytics, there are at least three million (7.4%) Windows 8 tablets sold in the first quarter of this year. Apple iOS remains as the number one brand, followed by Android and Windows.
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Samsung Galaxy S4 Wireless charging requires an additional accessory

If the new Samsung Galaxy S4 finally has more or less the same characteristics mentioned in the rumors, it was a little disappointing knowing that it does not have wireless charger. Of course, wireless charging is definitely there, but not exactly what most consumers expect, for example a charger that is included in the box is the same one that is included with other smartphones, no matter in which country you buy it.
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Windows 8.1: Uninstall the app from any PC

As you know, Windows 8 allows users to install the same app on any device associated to Microsoft, but with the arrival of the Windows 8.1 that will be announced at the Build conference scheduled for the end of June, a new feature will be integrated that will allow the elimination of all apps from the PC.
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Which app to use in order to customize Windows 8 Home screen Tiles?

On the home screen of Windows 8, the tiles allow you to access the applications that are installed on your computer. If installed software is also present on home, they do not use all the same style and did not look for them.
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Control an Android phone from a computer web browser

Managing an Android phone from a computer web browser from can be more convenient and fast as you are working on phone itself. To make this possible you can use free application called AirDroid which can be configured to allow access from the computer via a local IP, port and password. All configuration is done automatically. For this to work we need the phone and the computer have access to the same network.
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