31 October 2012
Facebook Cancels Gifts Event
|Credit : Facebook|
Facebook had cancelled one of its open house which was scheduled for Tuesday at its New York office which had offered a chance for reporters to chat with some of its engineers. Now Facebook have informed that it have postponed one of the Facebook Gifts event which was scheduled for Thursday at the FAO Schwarz, one of New York's famous toy store. But much popularity was not given for this event and Facebook would have revealed the information regarding the retailer partnerships for the Facebook Gifts service. This new service from Facebook will enable Facebook users to send physical gifts each other.
While in the New York city hurricane Sandy is rocking making the each and every processes close.
Source : CNET
31 October 2012 by Jithin AJ · 0
30 October 2012
Google Public Alerts to Track Sandy
30 October 2012 by Jithin AJ · 0
29 October 2012
Top 10 online shopping websites in India
29 October 2012 by Jithin AJ · 14
28 October 2012
Google Cancels the Android EventGoogle's Android event which was scheduled for Monday in New York, was cancelled due to the hurricane Sandy. This big event of Google was supposed to be live from New York on Monday at 9.00 AM. and the event was cancelled since the New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has declared a state of emergency and the reports say that the effect of storm will hit the New York City by Monday morning.
And this news was something that disappointed the tech world since, during the event Google would be revealing their new version of Android which was code named Key LimePie. Also many news sites had reported that on this event Google will be announcing its new Nexus phone and Nexus 10 tablet manufactured by LG and Samsung respectively.
And the cancellation notification was send by Google to the media's and it was like this "We are canceling our Monday morning event in New York due to Hurricane Sandy. We will let you know our plans as soon as we know more. Stay safe and dry, The Android Team”. But the information regarding the postponed date are not yet revealed. but at the same time the event which was announced by Microsoft regarding the Windows Phone 8 will go on without any change in San Francisco on the same day afternoon.
28 October 2012 by Jithin AJ · 0
27 October 2012
Street View Picks Up Grand Canyon
27 October 2012 by Jithin AJ · 0
25 October 2012
Top Six Nokia apps
Nokia store has a lot of apps, games etc .In this post I have plucked out the top ten Nokia Smartphone apps. Let’s have a look at those unavoidable.
Opera MiniOpera Mini is a Mobile Browser for Symbian and Java Mobiles. Opera Mini is a powerful mobile browser which has been developed to give the users the best experience in a mobile phone. Opera mini provide an outstanding mobile experience, enhancing productivity and cost reduction for end users and operators. This app has features like multiple tabs, saved pages and provides us a top speed experience.
UC BrowsersUC Bowser which was known earlier as UC Web is a java application with a flying browsing and a stable performance to your Mobile Phones. This software has got more than 400 Million downloads and 100 million users all over the world. UC Browser has WAP 2.0 Support, which means it will be able to display more graphical elements in it.
JoikuspotJoikuspot is an application for Nokia mobiles which provides Wi-Fi Hot Spot. It enables your cell phone a hot spot so the other devices can also make use of the Internet. It will be very useful for you if you have a laptop or such things since connecting to the internet while you are traveling or in any other situations will be simple and easier if you have an Internet connection enabled in your cell phone.
Smart Movie Video PlayerSmart Movie Video Player is a video player for a mobile, to run movies or videos with subtitles and convert it from all video formats to the mobile format. This application is capable of playing almost all popular formats like avi, mp4v, flv and 3gp.It provides HD clarity and is a must have app for a person who likes to watch movies frequently or while on your journey’s.
X-ploreX-plore is a file manager for s60V3. It provides options like move, copy, send, etc. X-plore has an integrated text and image viewer and through X-plore it is possible to view the file details. Moreover it facilitates us to change the file attributes like hidden, read only, etc… Sending files via Bluetooth is also made possible in X-plore. Further more you can extract files from compressed formats like Zip, Rar and Jar.
NetQin Mobile GuardNetQin mobile guard is known as the world’s first software that facilitates boot acceleration. NetQin is also capable of removing the junk files from your mobile phone and thus reduces the power consumption. It also protects your mobile phone from all the viruses and does the job of an anti virus in an effective manner.
SymtorrentSymtorrent is the only Bit torrent client for Symbian operating systems, it is capable of downloading multiple torrents at the same time. Uploading and downloading torrents can be done easily through it and is also possible to resume the both processes. At present Symtorrent is available for mobile phones based on S60 platform 3rd and 5th Edition.
25 October 2012 by Jithin AJ · 0
24 October 2012
Blog Page Rank
24 October 2012 by Jithin AJ · 4
16 October 2012
Blogging tips for Starters
16 October 2012 by Jithin AJ · 0
14 October 2012
Services That Need Technology
Continuing advances in technology are benefiting all industries, even as some companies are forced to adapt or are rendered obsolete in the wake of new developments. For the most part however, technology is a boon to businesses, helping to streamline tasks and offering more opportunities for expansion than ever before.
As many would agree the advent of the internet was the single biggest change in the way businesses work over the last few decades. While uptake of online services and company websites was initially hesitant, a strong online presence rapidly became a necessity for businesses that aimed to stay competitive. Today corporate websites are often the first port of call for customers and clients when seeking out products and services. Failing to take advantage of the numerous opportunities of the online sphere can leave a company lagging behind.
While many firms have added online services to their roster, a great many companies owe their existence to the invention of the internet, including some of today’s largest and most profitable companies such as Google and Facebook. Entire industries have emerged as programmers and online professionals develop new ways to make use of the internet, from price comparison websites to digital marketing agencies and cloud computing providers.
Cloud computing is one particular area that has grown considerably in the last few years, and offers a number of advantages to businesses, including increased security for sensitive data and scalable storage space that doesn't require physical expansion of their premises. Cloud computing providers represent one of many areas in which technology can save companies money, rather than costing them more as they replace systems and strive to stay up-to-date.
Developments in communications technology have also been of great benefit to businesses of all sizes, which can make use of services such as email and instant messaging to share files and converse more easily. Internet-hosted phone services such as VOIP offer a cost-effective and higher quality alternative to traditional phone calls, which can save companies the time and money involved in making business trips when face-to-face meetings can be held over video conference calls.
Impact on Daily Life
We can even consider some services and technologies that we take for granted and have done for a while that enable services that we use on a daily basis. Take the banking industry for example; we frequently rely on ATM's to access our money. ATM's now seem like a dated technology and banking services have advanced with the use of secure online services and mobile apps, but how different would our personal financial management be without them?
There are plenty of other services that we use on regular basis that are enhanced by their usage of technology, whether it is public transport systems that provide service information updates digitally, or the fact that automated procurement systems ensure that the coffee shops we visit have enough beans and milk to provide us with our beverage of choice.
How different do you think the business environment and even your personal life would be without these service enabling technologies?
14 October 2012 by Jithin AJ · 1
9 October 2012
Methods for SEO
There are many methods that can be used when it comes to search engine optimization but one of the most common is actually called getting indexed. If you’re not familiar with tech savvy terms, you may not even know what this means. Getting indexed means that a search engine, such as Google or Yahoo will use a crawler to find pages. If the page is linked to another page that is indexed by a search engine, it will not need to be submitted to them because it will be done automatically. Now, if there is information or pages that are undesirable and unwanted in search indexes, a webmaster can skip over this page when crawling. They will let a robot know that the page is not to be crawled and hence, the robot will not crawl it. Pages that do not get crawled usually include pages with shopping carts or pages that require you to log in. These pages are considered to be spam.
How to Increase Traffic
If you are looking to increase traffic on your page, it is not hard. You will want to have a page that features content with frequently searched keywords. This will make your page all the more relevant and when your page is relevant, it will show up more in the search results. The more clicks your page gets, the higher up on the list it will get. Obviously, the more popular your page is, the more traffic you will get. This is not a hard concept to understand as you can see. It’s just all about what you post. If you appeal to an audience, and you provide valuable information, chances are that they will continue to come on your page.
Search engine optimization surely can be confusing and if you are someone who does not know a lot about computers or the internet, you may still find yourself scratching your head trying to figure out what this article just told you. In time, you will understand search engine optimization more, especially if you are someone with your own website. You now know a bit more about the methods of search engine optimization and what determines whether a page gets crawled or not. You also know how to increase traffic on your page. Take these things into consideration and learning about SEO will be a breeze for you!
About the authorBetty S. is a writer for MyBusinessCareers.com. If you want to take a look at an online degree, take a look at this site.
9 October 2012 by Jithin AJ · 0
1 October 2012
Whether you are an advanced SEO Copywriter or a business owner with a blog, you will read a lot of articles on how to write great headlines and great content. And sure, they’re helpful little refreshers on what you were taught in grade school, there’s no denying that. But articles that you won’t find a lot of are informational tidbits on how to edit your writing. I don’t doubt that you always spellcheck and maybe you’ve even remembered a grammar lesson or two. But the editing process should extend beyond the very basics that you need to get by; editing should be thought of as a vital organ that without it, the body of your work would fail to survive. You don’t have to be the best writer out there for people to read your content and pass it on; you just have to sound competent. After you’ve used spellcheck, here are three more things you should be doing to ensure the quality of your blog.
- Measure twice, cut once. I am by no means a “shop girl,” meaning building birdhouses or chairs out of wood has never been or never will be my specialty. However, I particularly like a saying those handymen and women use to emphasize the importance of checking your work. “Measure twice, cut once” refers to the fact that you can never be too careful before you’re about to make a permanent change. Writing should be no exception to that precautionary mentality. Often when we get caught up in the writing process and hours pass before we look up from our computers, we can accidentally miss grammatical errors or spelling snafus. Therefore, after you have finished writing your blog, read it over at least twice…you’ll get some editing done before you even start the real editing process. Furthermore, I can’t stress enough the importance of revising your work because not only is your reputation on the line, but so is your blog’s message.
- Don’t fluff and don’t bluff. It’s time to learn one of the most important facets of blogging: your readers are not stupid. They might be thousands of miles away and they might like “lolcatz” a little too much, but they most certainly are not stupid. In fact, you should think of your readers as BS-sniffing hounds that won’t hesitate to rip your work apart to shreds if they feel duped. After all, the have the entire Internet as a resource to tell if you’re lying or not. Keep this in mind when you are revising your blog. If you find sentences that are just “fluff,” meaning your work will still be perfectly understandable without them, get rid of them. If you find sentences where you’ve poorly explained a concept or left loopholes for some reason or another, cut those out as well. Your audience will quickly be able to identify the fluff and call your bluffs. Again, it’s your reputation on the line, as well as the message of your blog. Are you willing to risk that for a few unnecessary sentences?
- Read out loud. When you’ve finished revising your blog, crossing those T’s and dotting the I’s, you have one last read-through to do. Reading your work out loud is a great way to weed out any grammatical mistakes or confusing syntax, simply because it just won’t sound right to you. This is a trick I taught myself back in high school when studying for the SATs and ACTs, and it worked! Sometimes when you just stare at the words on the page and never hear them out loud, you lose the human-side of the English language, which is an adaptive and emotional language, after all. As long as you don’t sound stiff and robotic, readers will at least give you a few seconds of their time.
About the authorGina Vinnitsky is an SEO Copywriter for Pete Wise SEO, Colorado's leading SEO agency. She believes in the fusion of creativity and technical prowress to accomplish her clients' SEO goals. To learn more about the process of an SEO Copywriter, as well as to find information about all the services Pete Wise SEO has to offer, check out their website today.
1 October 2012 by Jithin AJ · 0