End of the line for Motorola Xoom–No android 4.2 update

“There is no support for 4.2 on Nexus S and Xoom. Those devices should continue using 4.1.2. I can’t comment about the future of Nexus S and Xoom, sorry.”-Jean-Baptiste Queru, AOSP lead, Google A quick refresher course: To recap, the XOOM was Motorola’s first tablet, and the world’s first tablet to run Google’s Honeycomb tablet-specific… Continue reading

Windows Post Install Guide

Having performed a ‘clean install’ of Windows hundreds of times over the years, here is the list of top 5 things I do in my Windows post-install. Note: The following guide/tips are valid for a PC in any form factor(Desktop/Laptop/Touch enabled hybrid) running Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8. 1.) Install Drivers (duh!): Throw out… Continue reading

iPhone 5 – not bad, but boring!

What’s changed? Not a lot. + The Good: Thinner and lighter (it’s not thinnest smartphone) Panorama LTE A6 (I’m quite sure its not A15 architecture) 1GB RAM (tbc) 720p front facing camera More improved touchscreen and display(wont work with gloves on, unlike Lumia 920) And most important they finally got rid of stupid glass. -The… Continue reading

‘God did it!’ approach to the Universe and its mysteries

I’ve noticed a lot of people somehow see God as a “magical default.” That is, unless there is no natural explanation available for a phenomenon OR even if all the evidence in the world is available for a naturalistic explanation, but they are either unaware of it or never really understood it is simply assumed… Continue reading