When she received a university mail asking her to login with her email address and password to gain access to some files, my cousin immediately found something suspicious. To be sure not to miss any important mail from that Mauritian educational institution providing tertiary courses, she forwarded that said mail along with the attached login file to... Continue Reading →
This news is making a buzz since this yesterday evening, especially among IT professionals and enthusiasts. <!-- Notice : This post aims to explain the topic to the general public, without going into technical stuffs. --> As far as I know and unless someone proves otherwise, you can either buy a domain or not. Period. Technically, we say, register... Continue Reading →
Update 9 September 2016 : The HTC Desire 820's screen got a crack yesterday. Probably car keys to be blamed as both were in the same pocket. Read detailed post here : http://www.yashvinblogs.com/htc-desire-820-screen-crack/ The problem with my HTC One M7 Before going into the review, let me provide more details missing from my previous post. A batch of... Continue Reading →
If you were excited when you read one of my articles in which I carefully explained how to secure your smartphone and also, how you can track it down when lost, then I'm sorry to say that this does not apply if you have a Windows Phone and you are in Mauritius. While doing some... Continue Reading →
I know that you may have probably opened this post with much hope but I'm so sorry to say that you basically can't do anything to get back your lost mobile (unless slim but real chances if you have previously taken some precautions, as discussed later in this blog article).
In March 2014, the ICTA published a communique to inform the public about the existing regulations which will henceforth be more strictly enforced. But today, I am hereby confirming this fact : No permits (TAC) is needed to clear out of the customs if you are importing mobile phones for personal use.
Right from the beginning, I was completely and I'm strongly against this decision of the government of giving away free tablets to the college students. Several problems have been reported till today and now, even insurance companies don't want to insure those tablets!
According to this national regulatory authority for the ICT sector and the postal services, Mauritians might be more willing to purchase and carry out payment transactions without any fear on local e-commerce web sites displaying the "Trust Seal" awarded by the local authorities on several criteria.
I never imagined that so many people would be fascinated by NF C. Many were unaware of the existence of NFC nor had any idea how this technology can be used in our everyday life. As you guessed, this post is all about NFC, the tags and how to use them.