How to take reflection photos on your Windows Phone

Today, you don’t have to own a DSLR to capture stunning photos and images. Smartphones can do the job just as well. Understanding your phone’s camera settings, setting the right resolution and light conditions and knowing the rules of composition may be essential, but above all that you need to have a creative eye that… Continue reading How to take reflection photos on your Windows Phone

Set up My Family to better manage your kids’ app downloads

Microsoft has always had a penchant for family safety. Whether it was the PC, the Xbox, or Zune, you’re most likely to find a feature that involves monitoring and controlling what sort of information the kids can get access to. Windows Phone 8 is no exception either. The My Family feature in Windows lets you add your kids to the Windows Phone website and then choose what sort of apps and games they can download and enjoy on their Windows phone.

To set up the My Family feature you’ll need to know the Microsoft account email address and password of your kids. If you have just bought your child a Windows Phone 8 and want to be able to restrict what stuff they download from the Windows App Store, here’s what you need to do. Psst…You can set up this feature even if you don’t own a Windows Phone.

How to use Find My Windows Phone feature

Losing or misplacing your phone can be a very distressing affair. Luckily, there are services that will come to your aid, should you find yourself in one such predicament. Windowsphone.com carries a special section called Find my Phone that lets you configure your Windows Phone so that you can find its exact current location, or at the worst, lock or erase your data remotely so that your data is not misused by the finder. In this post, we will show you how to map your Windows phone to this feature so that you will never have to stress yourself out when you realize that your phone is missing.

Microsoft Lumia 640 Review

There’s a great deal of competition as far as high end flagship phones go, but the entry level segments are rather mundane with Android phones dominating the market with their boring black or grey versions carrying outdated software. Microsoft is certainly hoping to draw in consumers who are tired of those jaded models and are… Continue reading Microsoft Lumia 640 Review

Nokia 3310 mobile phone is coming back

That’s right. You heard well, old-school, brick-type of Nokia classic is coming back, but with a small difference. It’s returning as a super high-end smartphone. Juha Alakarhu, Nokia head of Imaging Technologies, said: “I’m really excited that we’ve found a way to marry our innovative PureView technology with such a beloved device. With its durable… Continue reading Nokia 3310 mobile phone is coming back

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Nokia Lumia 520 Review

The Nokia Lumia 520 is the fifth Windows Phone 8 handset to emerge out of Finnish giants Nokia’s basket and its another low budget entry-level model that competes with the likes of Huawei Ascend W1, ZTE Blade Q Mini, and the Motorola Moto G. Nokia itself has quite a few models in the low budget… Continue reading Nokia Lumia 520 Review