Is Facebook Home Worth Installing?
Facebook Home launched recently for Android devices. However, there are some devices like tablets and Smartphones that are not yet supported including Google Nexus 7. The fascination with this new arrangement of including MMS, SMS, applications and various other fully integrated Facebook features has caused a lot of interest in it. Now the question is, do you really need it? Let us find out all about Facebook Home when you decide to use it on your Samsung Galaxy S III.BlackBerry Z10
The Z10 is BlackBerry’s latest flagship device, which is equipped with a brand new OS and an attractive touchscreen. It also has a great camera and a dual-core 1.5GHz Krait processor under its hood. The only downside to the smartphone is that it takes a little time to get used to the new OS, it doesn’t offer a wide variety of apps and its native maps app isn’t on par with Google Maps.Windows 8: Should I Upgrade?
There seems to be a lot of misinformation floating around the internet about Windows 8. On certain message boards, you may find that the prevailing sentiment is that Windows 8 is a fundamentally broken, unnecessary piece of software. But is that really true?Cloud Storage Revisited: Google Drive
Cloud storage — it’s pretty great. I mean, if someone had told us 30 years ago that there would be a way for us to store text (as data) in a place that both exists and doesn’t, is secure, is permanent, and is easy to work with, we would probably have been a little confused.Facebook Home Preview
Recently the most popular social connect Facebook introduced its latest mode of reaching out to mobile users, the Facebook Home interface that is designed for Android Smartphones. Let us find out more about it and its functionality.