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Category : technology , 2 months ago

Laptop buyers had very little choice for what kind of file storage they got with their Laptop or Ultrabook. Most people now buy laptops for their computing needs and have to make the decision between getting either a Solid State Drive (SSD) or Hard Disk Drive (HDD) as the storage component. So which of the two is the better choice, an SSD or HDD?

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

The smart bulb is powered by Texas Instruments microprocessor and uses Toshiba LED. With a lifespan of 15,000 hours, IOTA Lite offers users the choice of 16 million different colours. It is compatible with devices running on Android version 4.0+ and 5+. The IOTA Lite is a 7W bulb and offers 500 lumens brightness. Powered by Bluetooth 4.0, it connects into an existing light fixture without the need for a hub or extra hardware.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

Solar PV converts sunlight (not heat) to generate electricity through a photovoltaic process. A solar plant consists of Solar Panels and Mounting Structures. The cost of a rooftop solar PV system depends on the function it serves and incentives or subsidies available. It should be noted that all solar PV systems function by matching the voltage from some other source. Therefore the system has to be integrated with the grid, a battery backup, or a diesel generator.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

The antivirus program detects the infected file or the program; it can delete it or move it. If your antivirus quarantines a file, it will prevent it from interacting with the rest of the computer. The viruses are the most well-known computer attackers, and they can do all sorts of damage. There are lots of viruses that have the ability to compromise PCs in different ways.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

Viber is one of the widely used applications. It is very easy to use. It has an intuitive interface and has many options to use the touch screen or keyboard. It works worldwide. So, you can make calls and send SMS to other phones where they are without having any contract with telecommunications companies.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

Samsung launched a new high budget smartphone Galaxy Note 5. Before buying, everyone should know the Specifications, Advantages and Dis-Advantages of Samsung Galaxy Note 5.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5, announced just last week, is the latest sign that the South Korean manufacturer is phasing out its plastic-clad phones in exchange for ones with metal and glass builds. Its premium design is its biggest perk if you're upgrading from the Note 4 or a previous Note phone, and want something that looks and feels as good as the Galaxy S6 in a bigger size.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

Every year, Apple’s new iPhone event attracts top concern from around the world. Since the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple has changed its one-handed mobile operating experience and started to offer its fans a large screen. However, the poor design of the appearance has been criticized a lot, especially the bulging camera.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

If you ever decide that you want to clear your YouTube history on your Android phone, it's very simple to do. This demonstration uses the Samsung Galaxy S4, but the trick works on any Android smartphone.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

Avoid the stress of having your page hacked by using the Facebook security tips below to keep your account secure and prevent your Facebook page from being hacked. Without taking proper Facebook security tips to secure your page you could get hacked. Even Mark Zuckerberg’s account has been hacked.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

Most people agree that using a credit card to pay for day-to-day purchases is a smart idea. After all, credit is safe, convenient and rewarding. Plus, if you’re responsible, you’ll also be building a solid credit score with every swipe. But are you really making the most of your plastic experience? Here are 6 ways to manage your credit card smartly

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

Here are the top 15 best smartphones in the world today.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

There are millions of free and open source projects available, many of them better than any commercially available product. Below is a short listing of what we think is the best out there, broken down into ten categories.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

Windows 10 FAQ: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-10-faq NOTE: You need to have SP1 installed on Windows 7 in order to upgrade to Windows 10 using the Windows Update method shown in this video. If you are upgrading from Windows 8.1 some apps may not be supported yet on Windows 10. And most importantly as this is not a RTM release yet (release to manufacturing) it is not advised to install this on work or productive computers as there can be unexpected bugs and compatibility issues. System Requirements: Processor : 1GHz or faster with support for PAE, NX, and SSE2 RAM : 1GB (32-bit) or 2GB (64-bit) Hard disk space : 16GB Graphics card : Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver Product key: 6P99N-YF42M-TPGBG-9VMJP-YKHCF

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

Apple, BlackBerry, Samsung and other global brands have come up with smartphones equipped with powerful mobile operating systems such as Google’s Android, Nokia’s Symbian, Apple’s iOS, etc, that allows users to play games, listen to mp3s, snap pictures, have access to the Net and even stream videos. While we wait for the hardware development to catch up, the alternative will be to conserve battery life. As it is with our energy levels, battery life can be effectively utilized and managed, leaving nothing to go to waste. Without a battery charger or a spare battery with you everywhere you go, you’ll have to make due with minimizing the consumption of battery juice

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

G stands for Generation, as in the next generation of wireless technologies. Each generation is supposedly faster, more secure and more reliable. The reliability factor is the hardest obstacle to overcome. 1G was not used to identify wireless technology until 2G, or the second generation, was released. That was a major jump in the technology when the wireless networks went from analog to digital. It’s all uphill from there. 3G came along and offered faster data transfer speeds, at least 200 kilobits per second, for multi-media use and is still the standard for wireless transmissions regardless of what you hear on all those commercials.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

Microsoft Word. Love it or hate it, practically everyone uses it. I've been using it so long, I thought I knew everything about it. But I stumbled across some super helpful shortcuts — hidden tricks and time-savers that make Microsoft Word easier and faster. One caveat for these tips: different versions of Word may have different commands, so some of these may not work in your version. That said, here are my top eighteen shortcuts:

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

WhatsApp chats are more than just simple texts. We all know it. We share photos, videos, bank account details, contacts and what not on WhatsApp. And with so much personal data, if you take privacy and security of WhatsApp for granted then its jackpot for wicked minds. With more than 700 million monthly active members, WhatsApp has an enormous volume of personal information being communicated.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

NASA Discovers TWO NEW Planetary Systems. Most Earth Like Habitable Planets MOFFETT FIELD, Calif. -- NASA's Kepler mission has discovered two new planetary systems that include three super-Earth-size planets in the "habitable zone," the range of distance from a star where the surface temperature of an orbiting planet might be suitable for liquid water. Two of the newly discovered planets orbit a star smaller and cooler than the sun. Kepler-62f is only 40 percent larger than Earth, making it the exoplanet closest to the size of our planet known in the habitable zone of another star. Kepler-62f is likely to have a rocky composition. Kepler-62e, orbits on the inner edge of the habitable zone and is roughly 60 percent larger than Earth. The third planet, Kepler-69c, is 70 percent larger than the size of Earth, and orbits in the habitable zone of a star similar to our sun. Astronomers are uncertain about the composition of Kepler-69c, but its orbit of 242 days around a sun-like star resembles that of our neighboring planet Venus. Scientists do not know whether life could exist on the newfound planets, but their discovery signals we are another step closer to finding a world similar to Earth around a star like our sun. "The Kepler spacecraft has certainly turned out to be a rock star of science," said John Grunsfeld, associate administrator of the Science Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington. "The discovery of these rocky planets in the habitable zone brings us a bit closer to finding a place like home. It is only a matter of time before we know if the galaxy is home to a multitude of planets like Earth, or if we are a rarity." The Kepler space telescope, which simultaneously and continuously measures the brightness of more than 150,000 stars, is NASA's first mission capable of detecting Earth-size planets around stars like our sun. Orbiting its star every 122 days, Kepler-62e was the first of these habitable zone planets identified. Kepler-62f, with an orbital period of 267 days, was later found by Eric Agol, associate professor of astronomy at the University of Washington and co-author of a paper on the discoveries published in the journal Science. The size of Kepler-62f is now measured, but its mass and composition are not. However, based on previous studies of rocky exoplanets similar in size, scientists are able to estimate its mass by association. "The detection and confirmation of planets is an enormously collaborative effort of talent and resources, and requires expertise from across the scientific community to produce these tremendous results," said William Borucki, Kepler science principal investigator at NASA's Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, Calif., and lead author of the Kepler-62 system paper in Science. "Kepler has brought a resurgence of astronomical discoveries and we are making excellent progress toward determining if planets like ours are the exception or the rule." The two habitable zone worlds orbiting Kepler-62 have three companions in orbits closer to their star, two larger than the size of Earth and one about the size of Mars. Kepler-62b, Kepler-62c and Kepler-62d, orbit every five, 12, and 18 days, respectively, making them very hot and inhospitable for life as we know it. The five planets of the Kepler-62 system orbit a star classified as a K2 dwarf, measuring just two-thirds the size of the sun and only one-fifth as bright. At seven billion years old, the star is somewhat older than the sun. It is about 1,200 light-years from Earth in the constellation Lyra. A companion to Kepler-69c, known as Kepler-69b, is more than twice the size of Earth and whizzes around its star every 13 days. The Kepler-69 planets' host star belongs to the same class as our sun, called G-type. It is 93 percent the size of the sun and 80 percent as luminous and is located approximately 2,700 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cygnus. "We only know of one star that hosts a planet with life, the sun. Finding a planet in the habitable zone around a star like our sun is a significant milestone toward finding truly Earth-like planets," said Thomas Barclay, Kepler scientist at the Bay Area Environmental Research Institute in Sonoma, Calif., and lead author of the Kepler-69 system discovery published in the Astrophysical Journal. When a planet candidate transits, or passes in front of the star from the spacecraft's vantage point, a percentage of light from the star is blocked. The resulting dip in the brightness of the starlight reveals the transiting planet's size relative to its star. Using the transit method, Kepler has detected 2,740 candidates. Using various analysis techniques, ground telescopes and other space assets, 122 planets have been confirmed.

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Category : technology , 2 years ago

Below is a listing of all the more commonly used Windows shortcut keys for every version of Microsoft Windows

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