Dropbox’s The Great Space Race

By , October 16, 2012 3:47 am

If you are a college student anywhere in the world, Dropbox just launched an interesting new program, The Great Space Race, which will run for the next eight weeks and allow college students to get up to 25GB of free Dropbox storage for the next two years. To qualify for the extra space, students have to register here with their school email addresses and the more students at each school sign up, the more storage space they will get.

Schools get one point for every student who signs up and two points for everybody who completes the “Get Started” guide. Every student who signs up gets an extra 3 GB for two years by default. After that, they will earn more as their schools pass each of Dropbox’s three pre-set thresholds. Dropbox will set different thresholds for every participating school.

If you happen to have more than one school email, choose the one you suspect will earn you more points.

How to upgrade Samsung to Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0

By , October 13, 2012 2:20 pm

1. Install Kies on PC

2. Connect your Samsung to PC using cable

3. Kies will automatically download firmware and upgrade your phone

The process should take at least 1 hour. It takes about 2 hours for Sony Xperia.

Here is my Samsung Galaxy Note on ICS

Blame it on consumers

By , October 5, 2012 12:05 pm

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