Friday, 27 December 2013

5 Android Apps To Protect Your Phone.

Android Apps To Protect Your Phone

Security is a major concern because of the recent hacking incidents with many organizations. Mobile security is also another area of concern. Since Android phones comprise nearly 47 percent of the smartphone market, Android phones are increasingly being targeted by cyber criminals. With the increase, there is an increased chance that you too will encounter malware. So, what can be done about it?

Apps to Protect From Hackers

You can install some security apps available to prevent malware from causing data loss. Here are five such apps to help prevent malicious malware from harming your Android smartphone (Many of them are free.):

1. Avast Free Mobile Security


The Avast Free Mobile Security app offers anti-malware and anti-theft features. If a malicious website is visited while surfing, this application will warn the user. This application will also identify potentially dangerous applications that may be installed on the Android device. SMS and call filtering allows users to block incoming messages and calls based on contacts and specific time of day that people call.
Avast is known for its firewall and enhanced anti-theft features. This application can perform full scans on installed apps and also on the SD card. The scans can take place manually or automatically.

2. AVG Mobilation Anti-Virus Free


AVG Mobilation Free helps to prevent viruses and malware from infecting your phone. This anti-malware software offers theft protection to protect against unexpected losses. This app also offers track and control capability that will allow consumers to find their phones if they are separated from them. The phone’s data can be locked or erased remotely.
Users can make calls, surf the web, download music and apps safely with the use of this security app. The app scans files, settings and web activity for potential malware. SMS inbox is also protected against hackers and scammers.

3. Lookout Mobile Security


Lookout Mobile Security offers free malware protection and backup for contacts. This application also provides remote locating for phones and tablets. If the account is upgraded, features such as  App Privacy manager, image backup, remote locking and remote data erase are available. Scans can be conducted on daily or weekly basis. Data may also be backed up on the Lookout servers. Most users back up call history and pictures. The most recent activity on the phone can also be seen.

4. Norton Mobile Security Lite


Norton Mobile Security Lite offers free malware protection for Android users. This application also features remote locking and remote locating. Norton Mobile Security Lite offers browser protection, remote camera control and a remote alarm .
If the phone is lost, the device data may be erased remotely. The remote functionality is initiated by SMS text commands. The application checks for virus datanase updates weekly, and it can be updated more or less frequently. The focus of the application is to provide anti-malware and anti-theft services. SIM cards are not protected with this Android security application.

5. NQ Mobile Security


NQ Mobile Security is another free anti-malware application. This security application features a firewall, contact backup and remote location functionality. The traffic monitor tracks data usage. An app optimizer ensures that applications are performing at the phone’s full capability.

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Best Gadget 2013

Best Gadget in 2013 - India IT Guys

10. Nokia Lumia 1020

Nokia Lumia 1020
Harry McCracken / TIME
Every modern wireless phone is a cameraphone, but this Lumia is something new: a phonecamera. Its oversized sensor packs 41 megapixels of resolution; you can capture the most detailed phone snapshots you’ve ever seen, and zoom in without reducing your pictures to a blocky mess. (You have to download the high-res versions to a computer via USB cable, but it’s worth the effort.) Even iPhone and Android fans who thought they couldn’t care less about Windows Phones might find themselves smitten with this one.

9. Leap Motion Controller

Leap Motion Controller
Leap Motion
This pint-sized USB accessory for Windows PCs and Macs is an $80 preview of where man-machine interfaces may be headed. Plug it in, plop it on a flat surface, and you can perform tasks — from playing games to reading New York Times stories — by waving your hands in the air. It can even detect the angle your palms and how many fingers you’re sticking out. The technology is also being built into laptops, starting with HP’s Envy17 Leap Motion SE.

8. Nest Protect

Nest Labs
Silicon Valley startup Nest Labs specializes in making the most mundane household devices a lot less mundane. In 2012, it introduced a Web-savvy touch-screen thermostat. And its new product is Nest Protect, a $130 smoke and carbon-monoxide detector. Rather than emitting an eardrum-shattering squeal, Protect alerts you to hazards in a calm female voice which says helpful things like “There’s carbon monoxide in the den.” If it mistakes your smokey cooking for a fire, you can set it wise with a wave of your arm.

7. Amazon Kindle Fire HDX

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX
Amazon’s third-generation Kindle Fire tablets — a $239 seven-inch model and a $379 8.9-incher — are the first ones which felt truly polished and pleasing from the day they debuted. As always, they make it as simple as possible to consume mass quantities of Amazon content — video, music, books, games and more. And they’ve got one feature that’s a ground-breaking dazzler: Mayday, which lets you get tech support from a real live Amazon rep who appears on screen and can take control of your tablet.

6. Microsoft Xbox One

Officially, Microsoft’s Xbox One is a game console, but its aspirations go far beyond play. With built-in video calls via Skype, integration with cable and satellite TV boxes and an interface derived from Windows 8, it’s really a living-room PC. The most intriguing technology is built into the new Kinect sensor, which understands spoken commands, recognizes faces and can even measure your heart rate. Some aspects of the One are still rough around the edges, but it’s going to be fascinating to see where it goes.

5. Apple iPhone 5s

iPhones with an “s” at the end of their model numbers are supposedly snoozers, because they focus on refinements to the previous year’s model. But the iPhone 5s introduces two of the best smartphone features which Apple or anyone else has ever come up with. The Touch ID sensor lets unlock your phone with a quick press of your finger or thumb. And the camera sports a unique dual-LED flash which provides subtle, custom lighting for an array of picture-taking scenarios.

4. Pebble Smartwatch

Whether smartwatches ever turn into a booming business to rival smartphones or tablets remains anyone’s guess. But Pebble is off to a promising start. The $150 wearable gizmo acts as a satellite for your iPhone or Android handset, receiving snippets such as text-message notifications via Bluetooth and displaying them on its power-efficient E Ink display. Third-party developers can write programs to let it do everything from playing games to tracking your fitness. Did we mention that it tells time?

3. Oculus Rift Development Kit

Virtuix Omni / YouTube
At the moment, Oculus Rift is only available in a $300 kit aimed at game developers. But once you strap on this virtual-reality headset onto your noggin and experience it in action, you’ll get itchy for the consumer release, which is scheduled for 2014. Used with a PC or Android device, Rift will let games create 3D worlds which surround you — you can even look over your shoulder for enemies lurking behind. If the games live up to the hardware’s potential, it could be an epoch-shifting landmark.

2. Apple’s new iPads

Do you want a powerful iPad or a portable one? How about both? At just one pound and .29-inch thick, the 9.7-inch iPad Air is much svelter than previous full-sized models. And except for the smaller screen, the 7.9-inch iPad Mini with Retina has almost exactly the same potent components as its big brother, as well as the same ten-hour battery life. Both benefit hugely from the App Store’s 475,000 iPad-optimized apps. It’s best tablet you can buy, in two convenient sizes.

1. Google Chromecast

Instead of trying to do everything — like Google’s famously ambitious and unsuccessful Google TV — this thumb-sized gizmo does one thing, does it as simply as possible and does it for the impulse-purchase price of $35. Plug it into one of your TV’s HDMI ports, and you can fling videos and other content from your laptop, tablet or phone to the big screen, no wires involved. Lots of companies have built devices to do this; Chromecast is the first one that gets it right.

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Thursday, 26 December 2013

Top 10 Websites To Test Coding Online

websites+for+online+codingIn this article I want to outline 10 interesting web apps for testing your code online. All of these apps require an Internet connection, and some of the more advanced editors offer pro plans to upgrade your account features. But most of these tools will surely come in handy when you’re scrambling to debug a block of JavaScript or PHP.
Modern trends and webapps have dramatically changed the way web developers can build. Obviously you need some type of IDE to code new files and save them for deployment. But what about just testing your code snippets? There are more tools available now than ever before!

1. CodePad

codepad is an online compiler/interpreter, and a simple collaboration tool. Paste your code below, and codepad will run it and give you a short URL you can use to share it in chat or email.

2. Write Code Online
The main website for actually redirects to their JavaScript editor. You can choose among JS, PHP, and basic URL encoding. Their application is very safe to use and feels lighter than other alternatives.
What’s interesting is that you’ll see the output results directly underneath the text field. So when you hit “run code” it will parse through everything and display the result for you to see. It can be tough debugging some larger PHP scripts because you need to include other files.


Tinkerbin lets you play with HTML,Javascript and CSS without creating files or uplading to servers. It also supports Coffeescript, Sass(with compass), Less, HAML and more. Tinkerbin may actually be my favorite online code editing resource. It supports web developers coding in HTML5/CSS3/JS and renders the output directly on-screen. The application is still in Alpha development, but most of the tools work perfectly and can quickly catch bugs.

4. JS Bin


In a similar fashion as above, jsbin is a simple JavaScript debugging console. Their pitch involves a collaborative effort where you can share a private link with other developers and write together in real time.
As you’re coding different elements the drafts will autosave. You have the ability to download your final product or keep the source code saved online. Their system is much more advanced for exporting and keeping your code as a bare template.

5. JS Fiddle


jsfiddle is one the most popular playground for web developers. It’s an online editor for snippets build from HTML, CSS and JavaScript.You can also share your code snippets with others and embed them in a blog.

Anybody who has browsed through Stack Overflow must know about jsFiddle. Their interface is a whole lot difference compared to JS Bin, along with support for more complex functions. Right away you can signup for a free account and start saving your code samples online. jsFiddle offers a short URL which you can share around the Web via Twitter, Facebook, even Stack. But notice you do not need an account to start coding. It’s just a handy feature to keep everything organized.

6. CSS Desk


Moving from the world of scripting into stylesheet language, we have CSSDesk. You’ve got a similar setup like all the rest, with your source code on the left and final webpage render on the right. This webapp is great for building small webpage templates and testing the longer CSS3 properties with gradients and box shadows.


Some of the apps appear to have Japanese writing which makes me believe it was originally created somewhere in Asia. But what I love about their interface is how you can actually upload files you’ve already created and store them into a project. It’s such an easy process to store full webpage mockups online where you can access and edit them from any computer.

8. Google Code PlayGround


I would recommend saving this tool only as a resource. It’s not perfect for debugging everything you write. But Google is a huge company with a lot of open source API data. If you ever need to pull content from YouTube or custom Google Searches, this is the sandbox you want to use.
Google Code Playground is another great online tool test and run your code without opening an external editor.All of the API’s are loaded for you in the Pick an API box



What’s so great about their app is how you can quickly debug many different programming languages from the same page. You can also store this source code via a unique URL to share around the Web. However I do feel that their layout is very cluttered with ads and other content, it makes using their website difficult. It would be really cool to see the option of including alternate code libraries, such as Cocoa Touch for iPhone app development.

10. Viper 7 CodePad


This webapp also named Codepad is hosted on a website, which also redirects to the same online editor. Their debugging tools are setup for PHP output where you can change between PHP5 and PHP4.
If you create an account you can use their service as a personal storage system. Much like other online editors, you can name each PHP project and keep them hosted online for free. It’s such a powerful code editor because you don’t need any software on your computer at the time. As you parse each script the editor will offer additional meta details, such as browser request & response headers.

3 Ways to Look Like Aamir Khan in Dhoom 3


So you have been struck by the cupid? Congratulations. How are those sleepless nights going mate? And what about the butterflies that flutter in your stomach every time you see her? We are assuming you are suffering from the ‘silent Romeo syndrome’. However, it is time to break the ice.
We have been doing some research and as expected a huge strength of girls have been going gaga over Amir’s new look in Dhoom 3. His jaw dropping new appearance has won him some hearts and many guys are craving to emulate that ultra cool look. So here we go with some essentials that you can own and woo your pretty crush with:
 The Hatter Look

Watching the trailers of Dhoom 3 you definitely can’t miss Amir Khan new look with a hat. Go buy yourself a smart fedora and exude the charisma like this famous movie star! That will surely pump up your mojo and grab eyeballs when you walk past her! Pair it with a Sport coat and funky loafers – you are done for the day boy.
The New Wallet In The Fashion World
We say take her out for coffee. Nothing too formal, just along with a couple of friends and while you are paying, flaunt your Dhoom 3 wallet ! There is a plethora of amazing wallets from Dhoom 3 merchandise that many online shopping stores are showcasing! These wallets come in different shapes and sizes along with a wide variety of colours to go with your different attires. Go ahead and pick the one that symbolizes your personality; this is surely going to leave a long lasting impression on her.
The cuff “link”


It is no mystery that girls love guys all dressed up in formal attire. So why not ditch your banal attire for a day and step out sporting a hot and refined look? Go ahead and buy yourself a crisp white shirt with a pair of men's chinos. However, if you wish to really make her fall for you – tag along a pair of sophisticated cuff links. You will find that a varied number of  Dhoom 3 cuff links are cropping up in the market as a part of Dhoom 3 accessories. Go through various portals and opt for a stylish one that will complete your Amir look and make you shine like a star.

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Create shutdown and logoff shortcut in windows 7

Today's tutorial will show you how to create Shutdown and Log off  Shortcuts on Desktop. It is very useful, you don't need to go start wizard to shutdown or logoff your computer, by following this tutorial you can do this task by
one click. It will save lot of time when you are hurry. It stands very helpful when a particular program of your computer hangs. Because when a program hangs you may not able to go to start menu to shutdown your computer. I have found this tutorial on the web and find it very interesting  and eagerly waiting to share with you. Hope you will like. I suggest you even if you don't want to create shutdown and logoff shortcuts on desktop do learn this trick because you can use it as a prank to amaze your friends.

Follow the following steps carefully

A) To create Shutdown shortcut

1) Right click on Desktop and go to New and then Shortcut

2) After that type in Shutdown -s -t 00 in the Type the location of the item field as shown bellow then click on Next

3) Write the shortcut name as Shutdown in Type a name for this shortcut field,after that you will get a file like the following one on your Desktop

4) Now we have to change the icon.To change the icon follow the following steps.

  • Right Click on the shortcut you have just created and then go to Properties and then Change icon
  • After that a window will appear click OK,you will get a icon list like this

  • Choose the usual Shutdown icon,and click OK and then click Apply and OK respectively
B) To create a Log off Shortcut

1) Repeat the step No. 1 of A
2) Now type Shutdown -L instead of Shutdown -s -t 00
3) Then type Log off in Type a name for this shortcut field
4) Now repeat the step No. 4 of A,but this time you have to choose the Log off icon instead of choosing Shutdown icon

If you have got any problem Leave a comment ,I will help you.

Sunday, 15 December 2013

ZenTek: CPU Cache Flushing Fallacy

ZenTek: CPU Cache Flushing Fallacy

Joins Colt on Android Sniper System

General Dynamics Canada and Colt Canada are working together to plug Colt’s Sniper Weapon & Observer Reconnaissance Devices system into the battlefield network.
Colt showed off the SWORD system earlier this year at the Association of the United States Army’s annual meeting. The Android-based system joins weapon-mounted surveillance and targeting devices with ruggedized smartphone-like technology, Colt officials maintain.

The SWORD system is designed to bring situational-awareness information directly to the solider via his weapon and it will be offered as an alternative to radio-centric individual soldier systems. Based on commercial components, the SWORD system provides power, data and navigation infrastructure within the weapon, including GPS and inertial navigation for GPS-denied situations, Colt officials maintain.

SWORD makes sense as an integrated soldier system,” Jeff MacLeod, general manager of Colt Canada, said in a recent press release. “By combining modern smartphone technology with weapon-mounted scopes and laser rangefinders, soldiers have all the information they need, literally at their fingertips. SWORD is not about simply delivering a computer or a display to soldiers; it delivers an entirely new capability centered on the rifle.

General Dynamics Canada and Colt Canada are working together to plug Colt’s Sniper Weapon & Observer Reconnaissance Devices system into the battlefield network.
Colt showed off the SWORD system earlier this year at the Association of the United States Army’s annual meeting. The Android-based system joins weapon-mounted surveillance and targeting devices with ruggedized smartphone-like technology, Colt officials maintain.
The SWORD system is designed to bring situational-awareness information directly to the solider via his weapon and it will be offered as an alternative to radio-centric individual soldier systems. Based on commercial components, the SWORD system provides power, data and navigation infrastructure within the weapon, including GPS and inertial navigation for GPS-denied situations, Colt officials maintain.

 Maybe GD and Colt will have more luck.

 Cooperation between Colt and General Dynamics Canada builds on the strengths of both companies,” says David Ibbetson, vice president, General Dynamics C4 Systems International. “Colt has worldwide expertise in developing and delivering rifles, while General Dynamics has the networking experience needed to connect individual soldiers. The combined solution gives soldiers the smartphone capability they have been asking for in the form of an Android-networked rifle.