SLASSCOM, which is the IT and Knowledge Services Industry Trade Chamber in Sri Lanka, has apparently been brewing under the hood: the first ever strategic review targeting the IT/BPM industry. Prepared by Pricewaterhousecoopers, the report focuses on the current state of growth Sri Lanka’s IT/BPM industry and emerging trends. Key highlights of the report reveal some […]
Sri Lanka tweeps have a flair for meeting up – be it TweetupSL, Social Media Day or the like, chances are quite high that you’ll find the titterati talking shop wherever you go. Now we’ve got yet another reason to meet: Iftar. #TweepsIftar, a gathering which began quite simply in a Dinemore at Wellawatte, is […]
It’s not even been 2 weeks since the Huawei Ascend P7 arrived in Sri Lanka and Singer has brought down another gorgeous premium smartphone. On the 22nd at a gala launch event, at the Kingsbury, Singer announced its partnership with Sony Mobile and introduced the Xperia Z2 along with other cool devices from Sony’s Xperia […]
If you’re anything like the average person, you’ve signed into at least one social network at some point in your life. You may just have been dropping in to see what all the fuss was about, or you may be an utter and unabashed Facebook addict, a tweep whose thumbs twitch at sound-bites, itching to […]
Some of the best Android apps come as a trial - usually the trial period ranges from 15 days to 30 days after which certain features of the apps get disabled. The logical reasoning behind this is that if you like the app and want to continue using it, you have to buy the license. So what do we do? We fire up the old browser and go surfing for pirated apps.
We've all pulled out disks without giving a hoot about that little "safely remove your hardware" button. After all, nobody believes that data corruption myth - do they? Here's why the myth may very well be true - and why we really, really should eject that drive.
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