The app market, for both Android and iOS devices, tends to move so quickly that it’s hard to even attempt to keep track of what’s popular. That is, with the exception of a few games that top the charts and take hold in pop culture, like Angry Birds, or more recently the maddeningly popular Flappy Bird. But occasionally an app comes along that, even if it starts off quietly, has serious game-changing potential for our mobile lifestyles. Here are five such apps you may not be aware of.
Sometimes when my friends and people ask me where do I learn to do things, or how do I manage to do stuff that are awesome to eyes. I simply share this link with them - People Ask "How To Do Stuff"
Friday the 13th is considered to be a day of bad luck. The day, which occurs once in three times every year, is a day that brings bad luck, and people like me on the Web are eager to know why people think that this day brings bad luck and how it got such a creepy reputation.
In celebration of Razer's 133,337 fans on Facebook, Razer's giving away prizes and gifts to its fans as a token of appreciation for all the support. Until the 25th October 2010, one lucky fan will get to score the ultimate gaming suite powered by Razer - worth over US$500 - shipped right to your doorstep that will consist of Razer‘s suite of award winning gaming peripherals - A choice of your Professional Gaming Mouse, your ideal Professional Gaming Surface and Gaming Keyboard (just tell us which one you would like to have - it‘s yours), the Razer Megalodon 7.1 Gaming Audio Headset, Razer Armadillo2 Mouse Cable Management System, a Razer Attitude Tee, Razer Messenger Bag, Razer Gear Rack and a Razer l33t Pack
Bharti Airtel is on its preternatural move on upgrading broadband speeds of its existing customers (on 64, 128, 256 Kbps) to a minimum of 512 Kbps by the end of June, 2010. Furthermore, customers currently on 512 Kbps plans and 1Mbps plans will have their speeds doubled to 1Mbps and 2Mbps respectively. These upgrades come at no extra cost to existing customers.
Good Friday, also called as Black Friday or Holy Friday, is observed by Christians all over the world signifying the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ. It is a historical event for the Christian Churches as they observe this day as a remembrance of Christ's death with subdued service, solemn hymns, a message focused on the Christ’s death for our sins, thanksgiving prayers and observance of the last supper.