Techknowlogy For Life

Today I saw a man, who looked like involved in some official business, carrying a bluetooth device and probably a phone in the pocket. I thought about him for a minute and concluded that the person stores all his works in the office PC. Obviously, no paper-bunch can do the work so organizingly. He, therefore, enjoys the availability of pin-point data at the tap of a key (or, perhaps by just saying the file name!) and also the high computational powers and accuracy of the machine.

But then, there exists a dark side. What if his rival manages to lay hands on his office PC, perhaps when he’s out? Even if the system is password-protected, or endowed with any such dream-securities, he can break in with some tact and make a blast… Not that hard task.
Or, if our person is very unlucky, he may get a simple trojan to ruin it all.

The above possibilities connote all the aspects of present technology – It is all the good, the bad and the ugly. More

Steve Jobs Says – “iRest”

Jobs holding a white iPhone 4 at Worldwide Developers Conference 2010Everyone knows Jobs… Steve Jobs. A great personality in the tech world, famous as co-founder of Apple and its former CEO, Steve Jobs is admired among all. Apple is a truly big company and he has made various path-breaking feats for bringing Apple up. Now this is really sad that he has left the world forever.

This post was originally posted describing about his resignation but presently, I am modifying it to cover the whole, as a small tribute to the great man who has done so much for tech.
Thus, here are some words remembering Jobs and a view of his resignation, which he gave about a month ago. More

The Story of New Internet Protocol Version 6

Internet is a tool you won’t be able to live without. But the pillar on which the large concept of WWW stands was recently suspected to be cracking.
“Is WWW going to be doomed?”, “What’s the way of Web ahead?” – Questions like these swarmed all over. The largest of corporations worked day and night to start a system that would revive the Web.
What actually was the problem and its solution? Here’s the story of a topic which was recently in much buzz. More

Vendor Prefixes in CSS

A web-standard is only useful if it’s implemented. However, standards are often implemented even before they are fully defined. Sometimes, there are differences in how they are defined in different browsers. Taking CSS for instance, new CSS features under development or in the process of standardization are implemented with specific vendor prefixes. Given is a view of vendor prefixes of some prominent browsers. More

What Facebook Means by a Profile, a Page and a Group ?

The words – Profile, Page and Group – are exclusively integrated with Facebook. They are the three pillars on which Facebook’s face of networking stands. Although they are all from the same social network, however, they are utterly different in purposes and functions.
Here find them, basically explained. More

Conserving Your Flash Memories

You can’t afford any damage to your memory cards and USB drives, which is to say flash memories. After all, they contain all your privet data and office documents.
One can’t do without a bunch of important data with him on the go, in shape of a flash memory. Similarly, taking care of such devices is equally essential. There exist some simple practices which ensure that one doesn’t ends up losing all his data because of decay in the memory.
Here is the code of conserving them, giving them a precious protection… More

Blogger, WordPress and Today’s Blogging

Introduction of social networking has distracted most people from blogging, but many regular blog writers still have the virtue as such.

Blogging hasn’t died yet, nor it can be called old-fashioned.

Moving on towards the blogging world, Blogger and WordPress are among the valiant warriors in this sector, both offering neck-to-neck competition to each other (The article is focused on these two, but there are many other good providers out there).

Many newbies are confused about what to choose, Blogger or WordPress… What would be perfect as per their needs. Since all have different needs, here is a magnified version of features and facts. More

The Time of Paper-Tech

A new tech innovation back in May 2011 shows the way ahead to paper gadgets, how convenient as well as surprising!

Research teams at Queen’s University (Canada) and Arizona State University have developed a smartphone, so thin that it is named “Paper Phone”. It is capable of all functions of a smartphone, like making calls, playing music and so on. Based on the electronic paper, it works by the use of bend gestures. Yes, you would need to squeeze your smartphone this time!

The PaperPhone

The Paper-Phone

If we think of too far, this is a small glimpse of what we would be using in future.
Gadgets, softwares and communication are continuously going more compact by the day… and the world is truly shrinking. Are we heading towards something like instant communication consoles or more paper-like gadgets? Wouldn’t it be easier to carry your gadgets if you could fold them up on the go? A PC in the pocket, for instance.

Windows 7 Ate Xp ?

With all us dying for a glimpse of the new Microsoft Windows 8, it would be good to discuss its predecessors in farewell, particularly 2 of the best Windows ever – Win xp and Win 7.

As well known, in the good old days, xp was the good hope. As soon as it made entrance, it started breaking records… It was a milestone for Microsoft, for us and for the world. Many advantages that Windows xp offered were exclusively unique for those times…
Today, Windows 7 is shining with latest and best supports. Why not see in the depths about these OSes? More

The Chromebook Caliber

The Chromebook comes with Google Chrome OSGoogle Chromebook is creating exciting waves since its launch in June 2011… & it is fun writing for the great gadget.
Since then, the netbook has been available for online purchase on Amazon and Best Buy, the models from Acer and Samsung.

What is it ?
The Chromebook is a computer, designed to run the Google Chrome operating system.
It has various features that declare it to be a cloud-based system (all functions are done online using internet tools). It doesn’t have any apps installed other than Chrome browser, and one can’t install any app on it… Do all your things online. (Web apps can be run by visiting Chrome Web Store.)

Its special boot process makes it work-ready in 8 seconds. While booting, smooth functioning of the system is also automatically verified, ensuring that your Chromebook configuration isn’t tampered with and a malware-free environment. It updates automatically and getting better over time is its uniqueness.
With full support for the latest web standards, it supports Wi-Fi and 3G. It encrypts your data and is very secure. All the functions are performed on the cloud and the netbook itself stores nothing.

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