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Transfer Media Files From Samsung Galaxy S3 To iPhone 5

Transfer Media Files From Samsung Galaxy S3 To iPhone 5
It is relatively easy to transfer media files when you upgrade from one iPhone version to another. However, that is not the case if you are transferring data from an Android phone to an iPhone. A lot of Android phone users these days are making a shift to the iPhones. The task of transferring the data and settings in their previous Android phone, say Samsung Galaxy 3, to their brand new iPhone 5 becomes too daunting. Many of them settle to start afresh...

Windows Phone 8 – Does it rival the iOS and Android

Windows Phone 8 – Does it rival the iOS and Android
The Windows 8 officially confirmed by Microsoft is the second generation of the Windows Phone and it was released on 14th September 2012 and made available on 29th October 2012. Four companies namely Samsung, HTC, Nokia and Huawei launched devices based on this system (System on Chips). The older Windows Phone such as Windows Phone 7.x cannot be upgraded to Windows Phone 8. iOS and Android Does Windows Phone 8 stand a chance against iOS and Android?...

Android Advancement — What is Jelly Bean?

Android Advancement — What is Jelly Bean?
Jelly Bean can be defined as the update to Android’s Operating System, Android 4.1. An interesting note about Android, all of the major Android updates have had alphabetized dessert themed code names. Jelly Bean follows Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, and Ice Cream Sandwich. Jelly Bean Android 4.1 Project Butter This isn’t a new app. It’s a new method to iron out the problems with slow displays afflicting...

Can Android Technology Take Over Other Peers?

Can Android Technology Take Over Other Peers?
Peer-to-peer is a communications model in which each party has the same capabilities and either party can initiate a communication session. Other models which it might be contrasted with include the client/server model and the master/slave model. In some instances, peer-to-peer communications is implemented by providing each communication node both server and client capabilities. Of late, peer-to-peer has come to describe applications in which...
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