Google Pixel and Pixel XL First Look and Tour

Yeah, we spent some time today with Google’s new phones, the Pixel and Pixel XL. They are pretty great, even at those prices that are still quite shocking. Here is a full tour of each phone as we lead up to a review!


The latest Android build, dubbed Nougat, is already out… and as far as the Nexus phones are concerned, there won’t be any new ones, at least with that particular branding. You see, Google is rebranding the iconic Nexus range to the Pixel series, indicating a significant shift in strategy.

The reasons behind this include better, tighter control over the hardware, plus an attempt at giving users premium smartphones that can offer the best possible experience in terms of regular usage as well as VR. Let’s just go right ahead and give you a gander at the new Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, proudly bearing the hashtag #MadeByGoogle.

Google Pixel and Pixel XL First Look and Tour Video Here

Top 6 Best Android Apps To Backup and Restore Phone Data 2015

Android Phones are widely used smartphones and provide amazing features at cheap price. Android OS is based on Linux and also hardware independent. Almost every person is now using smartphones because of these feature like Internet, Games and Apps for various purposes. From all the aspects Android OS becomes the giant in the marketplace. Google Play store having billions of apps for different purpose including paid and freeware. I already wrote about how to download paid android apps for free. So that is why Android becomes so popular because these flexibilities.
As we download multiple apps and able to store huge amount of important data in Android devices. But the main point about which we worries always is protection of data from lost. So we have to keep back up of our phone data and Apps data. Even Android phones do automatic backup of phones data but it is always good to have double backup of your data because in case we may be not able to access from actual source then it will better if we have secondary option. So today we are going to discuss about some best data backup and recovery apps for android phones.


1. Titanium Backup

This Apps is designed for users that are familiar with Android Phones. It require the Android phone to root to take its backup. Its paid version available in $5.91. You can schedule Apps backup in free version. It allow you to backup your data in SD card, cloud backup and in PC. It also detect changes in phone data and warn you to take backup again. Download 

2. G Cloud Backup

G Cloud BackupG Cloud is another popularly App used to backup your phone data. It is free available to download on Google Play store.This app allow you to store 1 GB data backup and increase your storage space if you invite your friends to use G Cloud Backup. It allow you to backup your phone data, calender, music and app data on Amazon’s AWS cloud. It provide additional data security with 256 bit AES encryption. Download 

3. Super Backup : SMS & Contacts

Superback up is another popular Android apps to take Android phone backup. It allow you to take backup of your phone data, Apps, contacts, Call logs. It also provide auto backup features when we install a new Apps on our phone. It allow you to schedule backup of Call logs, contacts, SMS and store it on your G-Mail account. Download

4. Helium – App Sync and Backup

Helium App is one of the best Android Apps to backup and restore phones data and application files. It allow you to take backup on SD card, Computer and cloud backup and allow user to access information in easy way. The App does not require you to root your device. It allow you to sync data to another android device. It has free and paid version in $4.99 for Android to Android sync and for cloud Download.

5. Go Backup and Restore Pro

Go Backup and restore pro is another best option for backup and restore Android phones. It allow you to backup your contacts, Apps, Call Logs, Bookmarks, User dictionary for free but it does not allow you to backup your SMS and MMS in free version. Its paid version is available in 4$ approx. It also detect the changes in phone data and warn you to backup again. Download

6. Easy App toolbox

Easy App Toolbox is another Android backup App which is freely available on Google Play store to download. Like the name of Apps, this Apps provide many little simple tool to backup data. The App does not require you to root your device. It allow you to take cloud Backup, Backup on SD card. If you look for something simple with additional features like send Apps and batch uninstalls, this is a great option. Download

Nokia Coneccting Android phones in 2016

Nokia’s Microsoft-induced restrictions on producing phones, and using its brand on them, will expire next year, and the Finnish communications juggernaut already hinted it will be back in the mobile industry with a vengeance then.


It turns out, as per the President of Nokia China, that the company is actually going to fulfil many fanboys’ dreams, and will start churning out Android smartphones, likely manufactured in Sichuan, where Nokia’s R&D center will be relocated for good as well.

We know that Nokia toyed around with Android before, and even outed the N1 tablet with the green robot’s backing, but having actual Nokia Android phones is bound to cause some movers and shakers in the mobile world come 2016, so we can’t wait for further snippets on the matter.

Download Free Microsoft Office for phone or tablet

Microsoft is also offering a full version of Office designed specifically for phones and tablets for free! Just go to Google Play or the iOS App Store to download it.
People in the corporate world use Microsoft Office by rote, but that’s not the case in the small business market and the consumer market because of the expense. So Microsoft is trying to come up with a replacement business model and this is it.


Once you do the free download, you can run Office on your iPads, iPhones, Android phones, and Android tablets.

As a practical matter for the Androids, this will probably work better on the phablets and tablets, not the smaller Android screen phones. I have a phablet and my screen size is 6 inches or so and it displays very well.
This will be a big help for me. It used to be that I would get a lot of attachments that I would try to open up, and the screen on my phone would go blank. Now that problem will be solved for free.

Of course, in the desktop and laptop world, it’s still a king’s ransom to buy Office. If you want to save money in those environments, try for a free office suite. Or as an alternative, my wife uses Google Docs and loves it. It’s great for collaboration on a document or project among a few key players. Both options are free to use.
Free is a great price! Microsoft had come up with a new model because people weren’t paying for their bread and butter offering in the touch screen world.

Lenovo Introduces S660 S850 and S860 Smartphone Models

As expected, Lenovo will continue to build on its well-known S-series family in 2014. Three models are introduced at MWC 2014 event, S660, S850 and S860. The latter should appeal to owners of Motorola’s MAXX devices who seek to obtain new smartphone this year. The Lenovo S860 could support 24-hour talk time and it could even charge other smartphones. The powerful battery is paired with 2GB of RAM and quad-core processor.


Unfortunately, it doesn’t do LTE connectivity and comes with the slightly outdated Jelly Bean Android 4.2 OS. Nevertheless, Lenovo promises that the KitKat Android 4.4 update will arrive at some point. The 1.6Mp front-facing camera is ideal for video calls and there is also an 8Mp rear-facing camera.

The Lenovo S850 is a more affordable model with focus on lightweight glass thin construction and it has a reasonably large 5-inch display. Users could bet to get a quad-core processor. Photo buffs out there would also be happy to get 5Mp front-facing and 13Mp rear-facing camera. The Lenovo S660 rounds out the group with its 5-inch display, solid battery life and brushed metal construction. With its comfortable design and value-level price, the S66- slow in well under the S850.

Microsoft Office goes completely free for Android phones

Alongside the much-awaited announcement of Office for the iPad, Microsoft dropped a bit of a bombshell today by making Office for Android completely free to use on phones. The app itself has always been free, but you needed to have a paid Office 365 subscription in order to make any use of it.


Now it’s open to everyone so long as they’re using an Android phone (or iPhone), giving you the ability to fully view and edit Microsoft Office documents without any restriction, just as you would expect on a Windows Phone. This is a pretty big step towards getting more folks interested in eventually paying for Office on the desktop, considering the ubiquity of Google Docs and the myriad of other office solutions on mobile devices.

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We’re still waiting for the update to go live in the Play Store (it just hit the Apple App Store moments ago), but once the latest build is up you will no longer need to log in with an Office 365-linked Microsoft account to edit. Keep your eyes on the Play Store at the link above.