About Hamad Dar



Hamad Dar

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Music and social media fanatic. Loves Classical Rock. 'Nuff said.

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Windows 7 Android | Samsung Galaxy Tab

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Hamad has blogged 78 post(s).

Posts by Hamad Dar:

Fring has been my favorite video chat app that I use on my Galaxy Tab. I have always preferred using it because of multi-OS support for the video chat. Furthermore, the video chat always went through even if the called party had no front facing cam on his/her device. Now, Fring has just gotten even better with the four-way free video calls enabled for just everyone on the planet.

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While the rumored launch is tomorrow, some retailers are already selling the white iPhone 4 ahead of time. One lucky Italian folk has been able to grab his from H3G store in Italy.

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Since I’m a frequent Google Maps and Foursquare user, I keep my GPS set to on at all the times. We all know how sucky that can be towards the battery but I’d get really sick of turning GPS on and off manually each time I had to use either of the apps.

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President Obama is a tech enthusiast and known for his love for BlackBerry. However, he was a little heart-broken since the BlackBerry didn’t get the security clearance for the White House. Mr. President, last month, also admitted that he owns an iPad despite the fact that he believes iPad is a distractive device.

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After breaking years of exclusivity with AT&T, Apple now looks forward to join hands with yet another carrier: T-Mobile. BGR has leaked a set of photos featuring iPhone prototype to be sold with T-Mobile. The internal model is N94 while the one on Verizon is N92 and the standard GSM one is N90.

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Earlier we reported that white iPhone 4 may be available as early as 26th of this month in Italy. Only a day after that we found 3 UK offering the phone for order over the website which has now been pulled off.

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You know your iPhone has been noting down every movement you make but you didn’t know why and you’re most likely pissed because the data is being kept on your own phone and computer in unencrypted form which can be accessed by anyone. You sure have a dark life like everyone else does which you would like to keep to yourself but Apple has been making that harder for you. You must be wondering why? Well, to cut it short: to build its location database.

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You know iPad 2 is a really powerful device as compared to its predecessor. One thing that largely contributes to it’s speed is the A5 processor, which apart from being dual-core in nature, also provides far better gaming experience. The graphics performance of the A5 processor is said to be as much as 9 times faster than its predecessor.

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Earlier rumors suggested that iPhone 5 will actually come with a global support which means it will have both GSM and CDMA radios. The rumor had its basis in the Qualcomm Gobi cellular/data chipset which was found included in the Verizon iPhone 4 when it was taken to pieces.

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All this time, the iPhone that you have always kept really close to your heart, has been watching, rather stalking you. Security researchers revealed that since the iOS 4 update, iPhone has been tracking your location down and storing it in a secret hidden file which is replicated to your computer once it’s synchronized with your device.

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If you’re one of those users who miss their eye-candy in Windows 7 but love the way Mac OS X Lion looks, you’d really like to make use of this transformation pack by HamedDanger. This transformation pack will transform the way your Windows 7 looks into the next-gen Mac OS in a jiffy.

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Apple has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung for the Galaxy line of products. Apple claims that Samsung has infringed on their rights with the Galaxy S phones and Tab by violating various patents which were assigned to Apple by US PTO.

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Just yesterday, we reported that white iPhone 4 is less than 10 days away to see the light at Italy. That of course meant US and UK were supposed to see the launch before that and well they did.

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OmniVision, known for producing out-of-the-box digital imaging solutions, supplied Apple with the back camera sensor for iPhone 4. The California based company has recently produced new sensors called OV12825 for the cameras of upcoming smartphones. The newly developed sensor, which will enter the production stage around early June, will offer 12.6 megapixel resolution along with 1080p video recording on 60fps.

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iPhone sure is a classy and beautiful device but it is also as delicate as classy it may be. iPhone 4 has a glass front and back which means it can be as useful as a paperweight if you end up dropping it. On the other hand, water can just as easily take your phone’s life.

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White iPhone has waited ages to see the light but we’re hearing it’s finally coming and this time it’s for real, well almost. Last week, Apple confirmed to WSJ that the white iPhone 4 shall be launched this spring. While spring is a larger span of time, new reports suggest that white iPhone 4 will arrive this month.

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Though there are dual-SIM card adapters available for iPhone 4, but they sure aren’t as classy as this dual-SIM case. We’re also hearing that iPhone 5 may actually offer dual-SIM by default. But those of you who can’t wait till the release of iPhone 5 for the dual-SIM functionality, can probably try this new iPhone 4 case called “Rebel 2Phone Dual SIM Standby Case” by Rebel SIMCard, which not only provides you with an extra SIM slot, but also offers you a secondary battery of 800mAH.

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If you have been reading the Windows 8 coverage at all, you probably already know about the Metro UI of the Windows 8, flattened and tiled look, which has its basis in the Windows Phone 7.

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You know iOS is as smooth as butter but there are a few things it misses that users have been asking for since forever: better notification system and some sort of widgets for example.

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You know how quickly people are moving away from papers and prints. I’d personally rather read a blog or may be an online version of a paper than a newspaper but there’s something about prints that probably can’t be replaced by digitization, not too soon at least.

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