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How to send photos from iPhone to Mac

by admin on August 29, 2014

Its really very simple. Just connect your iPhone to your Mac using the USB iPhone cable. Open Applications : ImageCapture on your Mac. Your iPhone will want to know if it can trust this computer (in case it’s not your (…)

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Nokia Lumia 820 and Mac

by admin on December 1, 2013

I have been a big fan of the Windows 8 Phone. I was able to get my hands on a Nokia Lumia 820 and used it for a couple of months. My main phone as of now is a Blackberry (…)

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BlackBerry Z10 : The Essential Tools

by admin on May 9, 2013

I have been using the BlackBerry Z10 for over two months now. My sentiments have been from returning it on day three to kind of starting to like it. My previous phone was a BB 9900 Bold Touch. The BlackBerry (…)

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Some must have FREE apps for your Blackberry

by admin on December 22, 2011

Here are a few absolutely fantastic and must have (well, for many of us anyway) apps for your Blackberry, not necessarily in order of preference: 1) Google Maps: download from m.google.com/maps Get Navigation, Places, Compass Mode, Directions, Latitude (find your friends), (…)

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MTS USB Internet dongle with Mac OSX Lion

by admin on November 16, 2011

For those who are facing a problem with MTS USB Internet on MAC 10.7+ system, here’s a solution: Uninstall/delete your older MTS dialler application. You will need ‘CrossPlatformUI-V2.1.2-SSTL.dmg’ (which is available on the ZTE website) After installation, plug your MTS (…)

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Blackberry Bold 9900 (Touch) as Bluetooth Modem with Mac OS X Lion

by admin on September 28, 2011

RIM recently launched the Blackberry Bold 9900 with touchscreen in India. Its an awesome phone, with good build quality (though at first check, it feels a bit plasticky), and a very fast and responsive OS. All in all, a great (…)

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Reliance Broadband Connect+ USB Modem and Mac OSX Snow Leopard

by admin on January 15, 2010

I just got myself a Reliance Huawei EC1260 3G USB data modem. The good thing is when you connect, it shows a disc image of a Mac installer. The bad thing is, the Mac installer is for a 32 bit (…)

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Use your GPS enabled Nokia as external GPS receiver with your Mac

by admin on November 3, 2008

Symarctic ExtGPS allows you to use your phone’s built-in GPS module externally on laptop via Bluetooth. It is mainly targeted for Nokia N95, E90, 6110 Navigator handsets, allowing you to use existing, more sophisticated GIS applications. Here’s a How-To connecting (…)

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Andriod G1 and Mac

by admin on October 28, 2008

The T-Mobile G1 running Android can be media-synced with a Mac using this method discussed at the android community. There is some more info at the O’Reilly blogs here droider

Nokia 9300 iSync

by admin on October 12, 2008

I recently tried to iSync a Nokia 9300 via Bluetooth on Mac OSX 10.5.2Out of the box it doesnt work. But this hint did work easily! (Nokia doesnt have a plugin on its site for this phone)