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WordPress Mobile Pack Plugin

WordPress Mobile Pack Plugin for Mobile Bloggers I recently read an interesting article on the SitePoint.com website about a useful WordPress plugin that helps bloggers, publishers and other content creators package their existing content into single-page mobile web applications which run cross-platform on iPhone, Android and Firefox OS. I have Read more

How to Make Telephone Calls from Tablets

Voice Calls Enabled Tablets Some tablets recently appeared on the market are voice enabled tablets , i,e. tablets that can be used also as mobile¬† phones ( dubbed in English as phablet ) . A good example is the Asus FonePad which is a 7-inch device that competes with a number of 7-inch tablets provided […] Read more

An Introduction to the Chrome Operating System

Chrome Operating System According to Wikipedia the Google Chrome OS is a Linux-based operating system designed by Google to work exclusively with web applications. Google announced the operating system on July 7, 2009 and made it an open source project, called Chromium OS, in November 2009. Unlike Chromium OS, which can be compiled from the Read more

The Blackberry QNX Operating System

Blackberry QNX The Blackberry QNX is a proprietor¬† real time operating system which is a strong competitor to the open source Google’s Android. It has been used for the Blackberry 10 and for the Blackberry Playbook tablets, QNX was originally written in 1982 as an embedded operating system that has been embedded into the control […] Read more

Laptop, Netbook or Tablet?

Laptop, Netbook or Tablet? The market today offers plenty of mobile computing choices such as Laptop, Netbook or Tablet devices and sometimes is difficult to decide what to buy next. Laptops and Netbooks are usually Windows or Linux based computers, but, whereas laptops offer plenty of resources to store data,  powerful processors and large Read more