About Uzair Ghani



Uzair Ghani

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uzair [at] redmondpie [dot] com

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Editor-in-Chief, Random sense of humor. Apple, Microsoft and Google fanatic. Tweets casually on Twitter, give me a follow @UzairGhani.

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Windows 7 Android | Google Nexus One

Posts Count:
Uzair has blogged 369 post(s).

Posts by Uzair Ghani:

We’ve come across plenty of leaks in the past few days related to a brand new Lightning cable from Apple with a reversible USB connector, which is bound to ship with the new iPhone 6. But, if today’s new leak is to be believed, then a new Lightning cable won’t be the only thing that would ship with the Cupertino’s new smartphone.

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The weekend is finally here, and there’s no better way to kick it off by downloading a handful of great paid iPhone and iPad titles without spending a dime. And today we’re back with more such apps and games which have shed their usual price tags and are available to download for free.

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The iPhone is not the best smartphone around when it comes to battery life retention, and from time to time we’ve heard occasional reports that users are experiencing subpar battery life those in ownership of an iPhone 5. And today, the issue has been officially confirmed by Apple and the problem lies in the hardware of the device itself, and luckily you’re eligible for a free battery replacement, if you qualify for it.

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We’re back with yet another exciting feature of bringing you paid iPhone and iPad apps that have gone free over at the iTunes App Store. Today’s offerings include a bunch of great apps and an interesting 8-bit style game which will definitely get you hooked. To download and learn more about these apps, simply head past the jump!

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While IM services these days take a simple conversation a little beyond text – thanks to the addition of photos, videos and location – but adding something a little extra above the usual has always proven itself to be fruitful in some cases.

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Right on schedule, Apple has released the sixth Developer Preview of OS X Yosemite and is now available for immediate download. More details, and where to download it from can be found right here.

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There are many ways to evaluate a Wi-Fi network. You can either go for the hands-on visual approach by looking at the Wi-Fi signal bars, or just run a regular speed test and see the general performance of a network. But a regular speed test doesn’t tell the complete story as it’s usually done on server side to check Internet speed, not local wireless network’s speed. This is where a handy app for iPhone and Android comes in.

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Wi-Fi networks are literally everywhere. From our homes, to our offices, and heck even in our laundry outlets, we have Wi-Fi networks littered across like a pack of bees going crazy in a flower field. But, while having Wi-Fi around us is all good, but what great does it do when there’s someone hogging all the network’s bandwidth? Don’t you wish you could find that very same guy on the network using a simple app, so you can find a better network for yourself? Of course you can, and it’s as easy as downloading a simple Android app.

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Microsoft is no stranger to releasing all sorts of wonderful apps and games for Apple’s mobile platform. And today is no different, with the software giant releasing a brand new app for iPhone users.

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The Pangu 1.2 jailbreak tool is out, and is available for download right now for Windows and Mac. This version brings with it a bunch of crucial fixes and enhancements. More details and download links can be found right here.

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With no hardware based leak thus far, Apple’s elusive iWatch can safely be classified as the unicorn of the tech world. But according to a report that has been published a while back, we might have concrete proof that the iWatch is indeed real, and it’s pretty much right on our face for announcement and subsequent release.

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We’re featuring more apps for iPhone and iPad users today that have shed their price tags and have gone absolutely free for a limited time. Run past the jump to see what is on offer.

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The Internet is not a safe haven as it once was, with many online attacks happening on an almost daily basis. If that thought brought you to the edge of your seat, then today’s report might leave you with your jaw hitting the floor.

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As we move closer to the final release of iOS 8, the changes in the beta releases have started to get more subtle and less striking. And while today’s fifth beta release does come with changes, but they’re not as big as the previous ones.

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Is your iPhone randomly turning off? A number of iPhone 5 users on Apple Support Community are complaining about a rather bizarre issue where the handset powers down abruptly and in some cases won’t even reboot. It happens completely randomly, without the battery indicator hitting the 0% mark. In this article we have outlined some fixes that you can try to resolve the problem.

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Mobile devices are not always safe from an outside attack, which can lead to your personal data being compromised. To say the least, non of the mobile software we’ve encountered so far is fully intruder-proof, and today, we’ve outlined a simple – but yet detailed guide – on how to make your iPhone more secure by putting in place certain security measures.

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Apart from the myriad of changes that accompanied Android KitKat, one of its highlighting feature was the Google Now Launcher, which had a unique look and feel from all app launchers we’ve seen from Google to date. Granted, it’s a complete stock offering, and its bare minimum features assure that everything is there when needed without being hungry on resources. But why should only KitKat users cherish all the benefits of it? Well that’s about to change, as from today, Google’s app launcher is now compatible with devices running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and up, bringing its support to millions of devices worldwide.

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Flappy Bird made a dramatic exit from the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store, leaving users scratching their heads as to when it will make its dramatic return. Though its developer – Dong Nguyen – had promised that it will make a comeback, with gameplay slightly toned down as to prevent frustration among players, but now, the game has returned, but there’s a catch.

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It’s a brand new day and we just got off our hunt finding paid apps for iPhone and iPad that have shed their price tags temporarily (read: gone free) on the App Store. And today, we have 7 great apps that are available for free, and are worth $14 in total. Let’s dive in and see what’s on offer.

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The massive Apple / Beats deal has been officially closed and the Cupertino giant has welcomed the audio gear maker inside its realm with a dedicated page on its official website.

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