I worked on a quick demo for Pune User Group’s DevCon 2014 in September last year. I’ve managed to work on a DIY for enthusiasts who would want to use their Raspberry Pi’s to control their lights with Cortana. Here is a quick preview. Watch this space for a DIY … Continue reading
The keynote for BUILD 2014 was all good news for the Windows platform. Especially for Windows Phone; with a major Windows Phone 8.1 update filling some crucial holes in the mobile operating system. Of all the new and upcoming, the most looked forward to feature was no doubt – Cortana. … Continue reading
Around 8 months ago, Google officially removed support for Exchange and ActiveSync which is used by almost all Microsoft enabled devices to sync with services like Calendar, Contacts and Email. Microsoft was given a good 6 months before the support ended to shift to the new protocols (CalDAV and CardDAV) … Continue reading
In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing.
– Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt
(Source – Quora)
The business with IT services in India is great. The fact that close to 25% of exports in India are from this very Industry matters a lot. This impact of the IT services sector in India grew to 7% of the GDP in 2008, and has been growing ever since. But … Continue reading
You have to agree to the fact that – technology has been penetrating our day to day lives at unbelievable speeds. The moment we get used to an intrusion on one end of our social space (real social – not facebook/twitter social), another frontier of it seems to have faced a breach. … Continue reading