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 348 post(s).

Posts by Uzair Ghani:

Apple flipped the switch today and made the OS X Yosemite beta available for free to those who aren’t enrolled in the company’s Developer Program. And like any other beta release, things didn’t go as smoothly for some users.

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Apple has posted its Q3 2014 earnings results, and as ever, the Cupertino giant has raked in revenues in billions, and has also revealed how many iPhone, iPads, iPods and Macs it has sold in the last quarter. Full details and breakdown of the earnings results can be found right here.

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Waterproof smartphones are all the rage right now, a trend which Sony brought to the mainstream with the release of its Xperia Z handset, and other big names followed suit, such as Samsung, with the release of the Galaxy S5. But the big question in everyone’s mind is: is it possible to add waterproofing credentials to your existing smartphone without busting your bank? Well, yes, it’s possible, and it will cost you only 30 bucks!

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At this point, it’s certainly a given fact that Apple will be refreshing its mobile lineup of devices in time for the holiday season, and one of those devices is the Cupertino’s smaller slate, the iPad mini. According to a new report that originates from Taiwan, the “iPad mini 3” will be a mighty thin device, and if the source is to be believed, then it would be the thinnest iPad Apple has ever made.

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With every new beta release of iOS 8, Apple slips in a few surprises here and there, which improves the overall functionality of the mobile OS. And iOS 8 beta 4 is no different, and features a bunch of noticeable changes. Jump past the break to see what’s new!

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We come across tons of new apps on a daily basis for different platforms, and some of them go beyond their advertised features and provide a few extra seconds of entertainment. We’re talking about Easter eggs here, if you’re on the same page as us.

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We live in a time where even the faintest cellular – or data signal – is considered a blessing for our communication needs. Take that away from someone’s life and panic ensues.

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Apple’s next big smartphone release, known as the iPhone 6 in the interwebs, is set to embrace sapphire glass for its front panel, if countless reports are to be believed. And with the Cupertino outfit having already tested sapphire’s toughness in the iPhone 5s’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor and the iPhone 5 and 5s’s camera lens, it was logical to take things up a notch this time around.

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iOS 8 beta 3 has been released, and in typical fashion, we took the latest beta from Cupertino out for a test run and found a few nuggets along the way. Here’s what is new!

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Apart from the third beta of iOS 8, Apple has also seeded Developer Preview 3 of OS X Yosemite. Details on how and where to download it from can be found right here.

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Having visually compared Android L with KitKat, we found out that Google is pushing hard to take Android one step further from where it stands right now. But how does it compare to its fiercest upcoming rival, iOS 8? That’s exactly what we’re going to find out, by comparing Android L preview with iOS 8 beta, visually.

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The next major version of Android, dubbed as ‘L’ (Lollipop?) was announced by Google at its I/O developer conference in San Francisco. Android L brought with it a ton of new changes, most of which are for developers. But the user-facing end got a neat facelift too, and as ever, we took the latest OS from the search giant for a spin on a Nexus 5, and couldn’t help comparing it with last year’s offering, Android KitKat.

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With so much iOS 8 excitement and noise in the way, we tend to forget at times that iOS 7 still exists for devices in our pockets. And today we’ve learned that iOS 7 is due for an incremental update, in the form of 7.1.2, which should drop in a mere few days, according to a new report that has just surfaced.

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We never miss out on a good deal on an app going free for iOS or Android. And today, we’ve stumbled across a brilliant productivity app for iOS, and a word puzzle game for Android, both of which have gone free for a very limited time, and you should waste no time in downloading them before the developers bring it back to their original prices!

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The 2014 FIFA World Cup fever is at an all time high and we’re looking for ways to keep tabs on our favorite team as they make their way to the top of the charts, and if you’re a user of Google Now on iOS and Android, then tracking your favorite team just got a lot easier. A lot easier in fact.

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The future of technology well and truly lies in wearables. And at the forefront of this race are big names like Pebble, Motorola with their recently announced Moto 360, and LG with their G Watch offering.

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iOS 8 beta is out, up and running on one of our iPhones, and we have wasted no time in comparing it with iOS 7.x, to give our precious readers an idea of the visual changes and features they should expect when iOS 8 final is available to everyone this fall.

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Apple has just announced its brand new operating system for its Mac lineup of devices, OS X 10.10 Yosemite. And just like OS X 10.9 Mavericks, Apple has moved away – well and good – from giving cat names to its famed desktop OS. So, what’s new in OS X 10.10? We have every single detail in one place, including features, compatibility and the oh-so important release date.

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We’re just a few minutes away from Apple’s WWDC 2014 keynote, and we’ve gotten our first glimpse of Apple’s next desktop operating system, rumored to be called OS X 10.10 Yosemite.

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After releasing iTunes 11.2 and OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 update only yesterday, Apple has now released iTunes 11.2.1 update to quickly address /Users folder missing bug that plagued those running the latest OS X 10.9.3 release.

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