Specs Comparison: HTC One, Lumia 1020, Nexus 5, Galaxy S4, iPhone 5S and Xperia Z1

The competitors in mobile race are tough. During last 5 years, they have built huge muscles. Some of them are performing very well and a few are facing just bad luck. But this does not means those, who are not performing well, are not good enough to be in the competition. It is just their time has not come yet. If you are looking smartphone for your needs and not for showoff, with so many muscular wrestlers it becomes very difficult to select the right smartphone.

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New Google Nexus 5 With Android 4.4 (KitKat), Display 4.95″ 1920×1080 (445 ppi), 8MP Rear & 1.3MP Front Camera, 2GB RAM, 16GB & 32GB Storage For US$349 & US$399

I have not seen the world has ever waited for any smartphone but Google Nexus 5. During last one month, it might be the most talked piece of technology. Every newspaper, tech site, blog was talking about Google Karishma (magic). The biggest reason, which I have found, could be the first smartphone running most advanced and latest operating system Android 4.4 (a.k.a KitKat). Android holds more than 70% of smartphone operating system market, of course it should be talked more than others.

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Google Nexus 7 (2nd Gen): QuadCore 1.5GHz Processor, 2GB RAM, 1920×1200 resolution, 16/32GB Flash Memory, 5MP Camera, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Starts at $229

Google Nexus 7 tablet (2nd generation) might be the most waited tablet by Android lovers. The reason is not that it has Google branding but the specs which no other manufacturer can offer. This is the tablet with high quality build with great specs but dirt cheap. Being a student, I know how much value it can have. I am already using a China made Cube U30GT2 tablet which is a great experience. After owning Cube, I made it clear to buy Google Nexus 7 whenever it will be available here.

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Cube U30GT2 Best Cheap Alternative For Samsung & Apple Tabs

If your budget is less than $300 and you want a tab with Quad-Core 1.8Ghz processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB ROM, 10.1″ 1920×1200 display, Bluetooth, WiFi,  5MP back & 2MP front camera, 6-8 hours video & internet use, this article is for you. There are more specs which I will write at the end of article.

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9 Google Reader Alternatives for PC, Android, iOS Devices

Today, Google Inc. has announced the closing date July 01, 2013 for world’s famous RSS reader Google Reader. It is a surprised movement, at least for me if not for you. Though, in previous years Google has closed many of its projects but I was not hoping for this shocking shutting down news of Google Reader. I have subscribed for more than 200 RSS feeds and I do not think any other feed reader can handle RSS reader duty as smoothly and perfectly is being done by Google Reader.

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4 Google+ Tips for Businesses

Have you set up a Google+ page for your business yet? If not, then it’s about time you did. Because Google’s social network is growing at a breakneck rate. In less than one year of starting, Google+ hit 90 million registered users.

ComputeLogy-Goolge-Plus-BusinessEvery business with an online presence knows that Google is important. Because most people find your site through the big G. So if the search engine giant is responsible for bringing you so much exposure, it only makes sense to help it do more by using Google+. In the following article we talk about how your business can make the most out of Google+…

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Google Nexus 7 Tablet Has Quad-Core Tegra 3CPU, 12-Core GPU, 1GB RAM, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Starts At $199

Google, yesterday, unveiled its brand new tablet Nexus 7 in its annual Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco. Google is taking order for Nexus 7 and it will be delivered during next 2 to 3 weeks. This is a 7-inch tablet starting at $199 but with Quad-Core CPU, 12-Core GPU, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and many other features. Nexus 7 is manufactured by ASUS.

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Share Views, Photos, Videos, Links & Geo-Tagging to Google+ From GMail & Other Google Services

Google is really trying hard to replace most of third party services on internet with its own services like email, social network, online document service, news readers, video hosting, book store, musics store and many other services. The latest but major step was the introduction of Google+: a social networking site. Many writers just tried to dim Google+ by putting it as copy of Facebook. They forgot Facebook is also a stolen idea. Well, this is not the talk of the day. There are many features which are common among Google+ and Facebook but there are many features which were first introduce by Google+ and copied by Facebook like famous video conferencing which let 10 people do free video conference at a time. Skype only gives one-to-one free video conference and ooVoo let 6 people do free video conference. I think, Google+ has over 75 million users by now.

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Monthly RoundUp: January 2012 Articles Overview

One more month is passed. There are two views about time passing. One says that we lived one more month, the other says one month is wiped from our life time. Well, no discussion about it. If you are new here, for your information that we have started this Monthly RoundUp to tell you about all the articles published during the very last month. This is a good way to tell you what you have missed if you have. This is also some sort of warning for us what we need to do more. Previously, during many months, shareware promos were at top and that was the most discussed topic. But in recently passed month, January 2012, we changed the tone and tried to share freewares as well as some tips and tricks about Windows OS and also tried to discuss hardware. This Monthly RoundUp is also good for new-comers because then they can know previously what have been shared on ComputeLogy. Clicking on any topic will take you to the article opened in new browser window.

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Monthly RoundUp: December 2011 Articles Overview

It is 4th January, 2012 and this is the time when I should have written a summarized article of previous month’s activities on ComputeLogy. If you have missed any article, it will be a resource for you to find it out what did you miss. During last months, we published 27 articles and let me say that it was a busy month regarding our activities. Well it was busy month for most of the tech sites because almost every site was trying to cover it up what has happened during the year of 2011 and what are they expecting in 2012. Well, year 2012 is just started and a long year still remaining to know about techs. At the moment, let’s see what we did on ComputeLogy in the previous month: December 2011. If you are new here, for your info that we have started Monthly RoundUP where, as said earlier, I write at the start of month about what we did in last month.

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Some Unorganized Thoughts and Not The Opinion – Goodbye 2011

Somewhere in the world people has already celebrated 2012 welcome ceremonies. Some are just going to celebrate it and there are who are waiting midnight anxiously just to celebrate start of 2012 in their own way. Have you celebrated or waiting – my wishes for your good luck in 2012 – may you get better than what you have wished for in 2011 – may you have peace of mind – may you help to kill hunger and poverty – may you equally treat all – may you have more courage to face bitter reality – may you guide others towards the right path – may you live happily and spread happiness – and more…

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Google Is Rolling Out Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

Impatiently waited the latest release of Android 4 [Ice Cream Sandwich] will be started as update for GSM/UMTS Nexus S devices as today announced by Google.  Well not all such devices will be updated just by now but in coming month. With rapid development and participation of open community in Android project, Google is able to minimize the gap between iOS and Android. With the release of every improved version of Android, this platform is becoming more stable. Of course, this whole development is not possible without interest of mass interest. You buy Android running devices and they are motivated to develop it. Because of general mass interest, not alone Google’s efforts, Android has already captured half of smart phone market.

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Monthly RoundUp: November 2011 Articles Overview

Here is monthly roundup for November 2011. You will find all the articles written during previous month. This is a good index which will let you know what you have missed and what not. Articles are divided into two categories: Hot and Arrow (Just OK). There will be short description with every article name to let you know what the article was and what was important in it. This is where you will know which important article you missed.

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