Office 2016 isn't just about new Microsoft Word and PowerPoint layouts. The new productivity suite has a ton of amazing new tricks and features that are designed to make your work (and play) a lot easier.
The internet is an integral part of our daily lives. We use it for communication, searching for information, making payments.
However, a bunch of people on the internet are out to get your money by preying on your unsuspecting instincts.
A Mumbai-based businessman was cheated of Rs 23 lakh after criminals hacked into his email account earlier this month. To avoid a similar fate, read on for the most common methods used by hackers along with tips on how to avoid being duped:
Many of us fell in love with Excel as we delved into its deep and sophisticated formula features. Because there are multiple ways to get results, you can decide which method works best for you. For example, there are several ways to enter formulas and calculate numbers in Excel.
Who will be held responsible for spreading false information through WhatsApp? Group admins is the answer, at least according to Police.
Those on WhatsApp, which is most of you reading this, can testify to the offensive or inciting nature of many messages that pop up in the umpteen groups that you are definitely part of. What many would have dismissed as rumours or rants, however, tend to be taken seriously by some with real-world consequences. Law enforcement agencies and cyber law experts say that existing laws in India are vague as far as fixing responsibility for such messages. While few cases have been registered so far to establish a trend, some recent ones in Maharashtra have seen the Group admins being booked in each case. Does the lack of clarity leave the scope for misuse? Shubhomoy Sikdar finds out more from experts Vicky Shah and Vijay Mukhi.
In this post, we are featuring10 useful Android tips and tricksthat mayimprove your experience while using your Android device. Do note that the steps may vary a little from one Android phone to another due to the differences in the build and the OS version, but if you play around with it, the next step isn’t too far off.
Motorola Moto E is a dual sim Android smartphone powered by 1.2GHz MSM8x10 Dual core processor with 1GB RAM. It has 4.3 inch display screen with qHD, 960 x 540 Pixels. The Moto E comes with 5MP primary camera and has 4GB of Internal storage. It also supports microSD card for additional memory. The connectivity features includes 2G,3G, Bluetooth, USB, WiFi, USB tethering and WiFi hotspot.
The advantages of having a android phone with 3G data is that, we can share the data with PC or other devices using USB tethering and WiFi Hotspot features. In this, we will see how to use Moto E USB tethering and Moto E WiFi Hotspot features..