Growing up on the Windows ecosystem, multi-tasking feels extremely natural. The ability to open multiple windows and perform tasks simultaneously rocks our boat. Put aside your desktops, take your phone in hand and you’ll realise how much we take it for granted. Why hasn’t the multi-window multitasking made the cut to the phones even as we enjoy our Instagram feed and cat pictures on so many pixels and screen real estate glory?
Several phone platforms have shown up in the past few years, but the monopoly by Android and iOS meant that most of them had to be either abandoned and simple scraped off. The third most dominant place isn’t probably a great to be – especially when the top two are miles ahead of you.
There are some things in life, which someday get dumped – whether it is the love of your life or if you are sober, your digital files. Windows provides us with a recycle bin which acts as a storage ground for our deleted files and we can restore accidentally deleted data. I’ve heard that wealthy people dump in the ‘trash can’, by the way.
Being a geek, it can sometimes be overwhelming to own multiple gadgets. We show you how to bridge the gap between them and make them work together in harmony. Many companies are taking small steps to enable their products “talk” with each other.
Waterproofing may not be in your wishlist while buying a new phone, but there’s no denying that with it, there’s one less thing to worry about. Every year more than 250,000 people search Google for information about water damaged phones, Sony claims. While we have little idea of the accuracy of the data, it’s no secret that a fair share of people have suffered from it. In this article, we’d try to educate the consumers about the state of waterproofing on current phones and perform reality checks to see how it potentially still fails sometimes.