From a giant of the electronics industry, Hewlett-Packard (HP), comes Snapfish
- a simple but innovative online photo sharing and printing service that lets you upload, manage and share your most memorable photos and albums from both your computer and mobile device. The official iOS client
of the service has been available in the iTunes App Store for quite some time now, whereas its
Android variant has just recently seen the light of day. Using the official mobile client of Snapfish, you can instantly and remotely access your personal as well as shared Snapfish photos and albums, upload newly captured and locally stored images from your device to your Snapfish cloud storage, and share all the content with
your mail and social media contacts on the go. As compared to the web interface of the service, the mobile client seems rather subdued in terms of the number of features. For instance, while the web client lets you order real prints of your favorite photos, allows creating photo-based projects and supports playing slideshows
of your albums, the mobile client is just restricted to letting you explore, capture, upload and share images from your Android device.
HP TouchPad is perhaps the hottest tablet available that recently got some Android love. Although complete Android builds are available for TouchPad, but most of them are filled with bugs and other issues. Some folks, however, have decided to remain on WebOS unless a stable Android build surfaces with lesser bugs. HP TouchPad doesn’t connect directly to Ad-Hoc Wi-fi connections. Here is the step by step guide to enable Ad-Hoc Wi-Fi connectivity of your TouchPad with Wi-Fi hotspots e.g. your Android phone. Read More
HP TouchPad, the dual core WebOS tab, sold like hot cakes after HP decided to streamline their ever rusting stocks. One prominent reason for these insane sales was the fact that someone managed to get Android on their TouchPad. After the price drop to $ 99, nearly everyone ordered a TouchPad for the sole purpose of porting Android OS to unleash the real potential of this tablet. A bounty of well over USD 2000 was in place and there were a number of teams and individuals working day and night to get Android on TouchPad for the sake of this hefty sum. Read More
Having problems troubleshooting your HP Pavilion Notebook or do you want to learn how to replace the inkjet cartridge of your HP Printer? HP Support Center
for iOS and Android is the official support client of Hewlett Packard (HP)
– one of the leading electronics / computer hardware manufacturers of our age. The app provides you with instant solutions to technical issues which you might be facing with various HP products (laptops, notebooks, printers, servers etc.). With 24x7 live
contact support service in place, HP Support Center promises uninterrupted and assured technical support to its users.
HP TouchPad is selling like hot cakes after the price slash of nearly 65 %. The 16 GB version of the TouchPad is now out for $ 99. The sales, numbers and marketing don’t really impress us. However we believe in the huge potential that this device carries and now there is a $ 2000 + bounty on porting Android to unleash the true capability of this killer tab. Read More
Over the past decade, smartphones have taken the world by storm and recently, tablets have entered into the arena as well. These mobile devices are having a significant impact on our lives and are in fact redefining the way we access information and communicate with others. This is due to not only the hardware but the specialized software that these devices run and most importantly, their operating systems. In what follows, we will take an informative tour of modern mobile operating systems, their different types and usage across smartphone and tablet platforms.