Hello there. It’s been a long time since I have not written a post. Well, the one today is about something I am used to do; but one of my friends asked to show him how it’s done; so I thought – Why not write a blog-post/tutorial about it?
What happened? .. Well I was busy doing nothing when the friend whatsapped (please do not search for that verb in the dictionary) me saying he had trouble copying texts from a document for his homework. I asked him to send me the document so that I can. In fact, the document was a PDF one; it was not a locked document but it was a scanned doc. hmm.. How to grab the text from it?.. The easy way though.. It’s coming next 😉
Hotmail users this week has been complaining about the Send Email feature of the webmail service. The users are not able to get back to their inbox as is was the case before when sending emails; instead the “bubbles keeps on rotating” though the email do go to the recipient.
The issue was raised on Microsoft Community Forum and some fixes were recommended. Microsoft also posted it as an issue in its announcement notifications box and said that the issue was solved as by the 14th of June 2013.
Since, the issue should have been solved, but some users still face the problem. The ‘Sending…’ icon stays and the user is not redirected to his/her Inbox.
Imagine yourself in one of these situations; You are on the road, traffic jam and you badly need to connect to the Internet on your laptop… You are at home; there’s a power cut and you need an Internet Connection on your laptop but your router does not have backup battery.. How on Earth can you connect to the Internet ?? There exist Mobile Internet USB dongle, but the rains pouring outside, and you do not have a new SIM card to insert in the dongle. BUT !! You have a smartphone ! that already has a data plan or that can connect to the Internet and that very smartphone has a Wi-Fi antenna. Can you browse the Internet using your mobile phone as access point ?? Read on 😉
This tutorial covers two topics at the same time. First; Google’s Cloud Printing Service, Second, how on earth can we print from an Android Tablet. Quite long post, but you can read only the parts you need as the article was written in such a way that you can skip certain parts or read only those you like. Enjoy – iRshaad 🙂
Having a tablet is really cool; you can play Angry Birds, watch videos on Youtube, browse the WWW and lots more. But for the office guy out there, creating/editing/viewing documents on a tablet is simply awesome. No need to switch on the PC to read a document unless you already own a smartphone with an office suite. But lets not compare the smartphone and the tablet for document viewing as the tablet will take it all with its larger screen providing much better reading ease. But now, there’s another problem, what if that document needs to be printed and you are not on your PC that has a printer hooked to it? :S Well, worry not, today with the advent of cloud computing, printing through the clouds too is possible. Here’s how to do it 🙂
Youppi!! I got my android tablet after waiting for almost three months. Its a Penta Internet Tablet IC103C running Android 4.01. The first I installed was Avast Mobile Security from Play Store. Then I browsed the store for other applications and found loads of very interesting apps but also an amazing number of applications that I call Fake Apps or Fooling Apps.