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CallingAllGeeks

November 2011

How to Recover Deleted Files on Android

This kind of thing happens all the time. You leave your phone unattended, specially when there are kids or friends around, and return to find some files have magically disappeared from your Android device. It's not really magical, but you're going to be shocked when you find some important data missing from your phone. If you're on your computer, there are many ways to deal with such situations. You can [...]

Run Windows Software on Mac OS X with WinOnX

There are plenty of apps available on the Mac App Store, but there aren't quite a lot of Windows apps on there. Certain users who've recently moved over to the Mac, will definitely miss some basic Windows applications. Now, there are ways to make your Mac desktop or laptop run Windows OS altogether, but I'm pretty sure many of them don't want to try that. Also, there are many games [...]

How to Use Google Music Outside United States

Google made the beta version of its music service on the cloud, Google Music, just a few days ago. However, it was only made live for the people living in the United States, and we know how dearly you want to upload all your favorite music to the cloud and listen to it on your Android device. If you're not in the U.S and want to use Google Music, then [...]

Google Music Brings Free Music Streaming, Cloud Storage and Sharing

Google has been playing it's game from some time now, from Android to the all new Google Music. Yes, the music service that was announced at Google I/O earlier this year, has now gone from beta to final. Google's music service, simply called Google Music, is now live for everyone in the U.S and they can use it to upload their songs, purchase music and even share them with friends. [...]

Buy Apple iPhone 4S Unlocked from Apple Online Store

When Apple launched the iPhone 4S, they made it clear that the unlocked version of the device will be available in the United States in November. But, one important thing they did not let us in on was the date when it'll be available in the U.S. You don't have to wonder anymore, because Apple has now started selling the unlocked versions of the iPhone 4S on it's Apple Online [...]

How to Get iPhone SMS Delivery Report

When you send a text message to someone, you always want to know if it was delivered to them or not. If you're using an iPhone, the stock SMS app won't give you any such delivery notifications, except on the new iMessage. There are third party apps like BiteSMS that do provide extra features and a delivery notification as well, but wouldn't it be nice if the original SMS app [...]

How to Enable Hidden Panorama Mode in iOS 5 [Jailbroken]

Looks like at least two new hidden features have been unearthed in the latest iOS 5, and they're pretty useful. I'm sure all of you must've heard of Panorama, a mode that lets you take wider pictures in a single shot. There are many apps out there that you could use to take Panoramic pictures from your iOS devices camera, but imagine a built in feature. Yes, there's a hidden Panorama mode [...]

How to Root Samsung Galaxy Nexus

This is one of the many reasons why I love technology. Sometimes, before a product is even made public, we get to know crucial details about it, even possible details on how to root it. Samsung and Google unveiled the Galaxy Nexus sometime back, and there's already a way to root it. This feat is accomplished by using the rooting tool Superboot, which is developed by guys over at MoDaCo.  The [...]

Here’s Why the iPhone May Always Have a 3.5 Inch Display

There's a really practical reason as to why Apple thinks that a mobile phone touting a display larger than 3.5 inches is actually useless. After reading this post you'll probably get rid of that Galaxy S 2 with the huge 4.3 inch screen. Normal human beings don't use all 10 fingers at one go, while using the phone to make a call, reply to text, look something up or any [...]

Gmail App for iPhone and iPad [Update]

It is official folks! Google has indeed launched a native Gmail app for iOS devices, as it was stated by TechCrunch writer M.G Siegler yesterday. The official Gmail app for iPhone and iPad is now live on the App Store and you can download it for free. iOS users had all the other native Google apps, but the one thing that was missing from the list was this and now [...]