Saturday, 11 October 2014

Top 5 Sites for Social Media Marketing

Top 5 Sites for Social Media Marketing


Social media is sweeping the internet as the next think big and important when it comes to reaching potential clients and customers and improve brand image. Many new social medial sites pop up all the time, but not always do it in the mainstream. Some of the deepest places of social media marketing that simply can not be overlooked include Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google Plus and Slideshare.

Saturday, 5 July 2014

Iphone 6 Realease Date,Price And Design

Tell of the iPhone 6 has been effort on for well-over a period, with the large-screen phone not reaching at the end of 2013 with the iPhone 5S. However, now we're many than half-way finished the gathering, the goodish intelligence is that we haven't got unsound before the iPhone 6 is released.

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Make Money With Online Stock Trading

How to Make Money With Online Stock Trading

Stock trading is not a risk-free activity. Although all stock traders know that losses are unpreventable, they want to minimize those losses and still be around to trade another day. Having the right tools, techniques and skills can help you enter the world of stock trading and enable you to continue to trade for a long time to come.


Computer Security

What is Computer Security?

Computer security is not only important to ensure trust with their users, it is necessary from the moment when a transfer of private data, as in the case of most companies today.

Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Install New Hard Drive in Your Computer

Some Easy Way Add New Hard Drive in your PC

If you want more storage on your computer? This post will show you some easy steps to help you For more storage space to your computer.

Sunday, 13 April 2014

4 Top best features in Window 8

Top 4 Best Feature window 8

There are two parts in Windows 8 — the desktop, which looks like Windows 7, and the all-new, all-singing, all-dancing Start page, which is a complete departure for the operating system.
If you've just upgraded, it may take you some time to discover all of the tools hidden away in the "Every part of a place" of Windows 8, so here are the top 4 Hard and Fantastic features you should be aware of.

Sunday, 6 April 2014

Device Debug Bridge Unlock your Android device's

Device Debug Bridge Unlock your Android device's

Device Debug is Great Application That are handy application for checking device specifications. The application shows general information about the device, network connection, screen, camera and sensors. Device Debug also lets the user to inspect the device log.

Thursday, 3 April 2014

You can download Windows 8.1 update 1 with a simple registry tweak [Update]

How to download & install Windows 8.1 Update

The latest version of Windows doesn't even get a new version number, but it has some key tweaks that should finally appease desktop and laptop users—and it's better than ever on tablets.

Sunday, 30 March 2014

Tips For increase Your Laptop Battery 5 Steps

How to increase Your Laptop Battery Life

3 Easy Steps After Read it.You can make your laptop run longer on its battery by turning off or reduce all the things that expend power in your computer.

6 Ways to Earn Money Through Internet

Top 6 Ways to Make money on Internet

If you are Finding methods to Earn money on the internet, you are one of countless numbers. As the internet is constantly on the expand, so does the levels of competition making it hard to be successful

Saturday, 29 March 2014

Reset your iPhone and start from beginning

Turn your iOS device off and on (restart) and reset

Learn how to turn off and on (restart) and reset your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Transfer files from your Android to PC via WiFi WITHOUT GAPPS

 Transfer files from your Android to PC via WiFi (without Gapps)

If you don’t like the Gapps and prefer not to share the contents of your device with Google+, Google Drive


Free Android Music Apps

Free Android Music Apps

Here are some great music streaming apps to discover, aside from Google Play Music




Monday, 3 March 2014

Firefox for Windows 8 Touch Beta released with touch features

Firefox for Windows 8 Touch Beta released with touch-friendly features


5 Ways to Speed Up Your Android Phone

5 Ways to Speed Up Your Android Phone in Under 5 Minutes


You used to love your Android handset, but now that it has slowed down considerably, the bloom is off the rose.

1. Clear Your App Cache (30 seconds)
Over time, your programs write to the app cache on your phone and eat up precious system resources while slowing everything down. You can clear the cache on any individual app by visiting its property page in the Settings menu and tapping the clear cache button, but with dozens of apps on most phones, it could take an eternity to do this manually.
Clear Cache Settings

App Cache Cleaner, a free app, makes it easy to delete the cache on all your apps at once with just a couple of taps. After installing and launch App Cache Cleaner, simply tap Clear All and you’re done.

Cache Cleaner

Of course, the cache will fill  up again over time, and you’ll want to delete it again. App Cache Cleaner has an Auto Clear feature. If you enter its settings menu, tap Auto Clear Interval and select a duration, it will automatically clear the cache on a regular basis. However, this means that the app needs to run in the background.

Auto Clear Interval in App Cache Cleaner

 Installing and using App Cache Cleaner for the first time should take around 30 seconds.

2. Disable or Uninstall Unused Apps (60 seconds)

You may not know it, but many of the apps you never even use may be running in the background, eating up precious system resources. From the app that you tried for 5 minutes last month to the shopping app that came preloaded on your phone, every unused app has the potential to weigh your phone down. It’s easy to uninstall apps you’ve downloaded yourself, but crapware is a little harder to dispose of.
If you have rooted your phone, you can completely remove every trace of your preloaded apps. If not, you can still disable those apps through the settings menu. It should take about 10 seconds to uninstall or disable each app you don’t want. It should take you approximately one minute to get rid of 6 apps, longer if you have more crapware to dump.


3. Install a New App Launcher (30 seconds)

Your phone’s app launcher controls your desktop, lock screen apps menu, and other critical parts of the UI. Though every Android phone comes with its own preloaded app launcher, you can install a third party launcher that will not only change the look and feel of your device, but also speed the time it takes it to navigate around the OS. There are many different launchers available in the app store, but we found Lightning Launcher Home to be among the fastest and easiest to use.
To use Lightning Launcher or another launcher of your choice:
  1. Install Lightning Launcher from the Google Play store.
  2. Tap the Home Button. A menu appears asking you which launcher you want.
  3. Select Lightning Launcher and Tap Always.

     Set to Lightning Launcher and Select Always
Downloading the Lightning Launcher, and setting it to run as your default should take 30 seconds.

4. Remove Unnecessary Widgets and Shortcuts (30 seconds)

Even with a speedy App Launcher installed, your phone will use more memory the more widgets and shortcuts it has in memory. Look through your desktops for widgets you don’t absolutely need and remove them by long pressing and dragging them off screen.

Remove a Widget

A number of phones with widgets that advertise services such as media stores or news services. Unless you really want to look at a list of hot YouTube videos or Google Play Books on your home screen every day, remove these.
Dragging half a dozen shortcuts and widgets off  of your desktops should take 30 seconds.

5. Limit or Disable Background Data (10 to 60 seconds)

Your email, your Gmail, your Facebook, your Twitter and your backup app all want to ping the Internet for data on a regular basis. All that syncing not only eats up your battery, but also takes up system resources and slows your device down.
There are some services you may want to sync in real time, but there are others you can check manually. For example, if you don’t need to be alerted the moment you get a Facebook mention or receive an email to your personal account, you can prevent those from connecting in the background.
To disable background data for all apps:
  1. Navigate to Settings.
  2. Tap Data usage.

    Select Data Usage
  3. Launch the context menu by tapping the three dots in the upper left corner of the screen or hitting the menu button (on Samsung and LG phones).
    Select Data Usage
  4. Toggle Autosync data to off and tap Ok on the warning that comes up.

    Select Autosync Data
To disable background data for Gmail, Google+ and other Google Services:
  1. Navigate to Settings. You can get to the Android settings menu from the notification drawer or apps menu.
  2. Tap on Google under accounts.

    Tap the Account You Want to Stop From Syncing
  3. Tap the account name.  If the sync icon next to the account name is green, it has sync permission. If it is gray, syncing is already disabled.

    Select Your Gmail account
  4. Toggle all types of data syncing to off, including email, contacts and calendar.

    Toggle Sync to Off 
To turn off background data in other apps such as Facebook or the standalone email client,  you must go directly into their settings’ menus and find the option to never update or update manually. Disabling all your background at once should take just 10 seconds, but if you want to manually disable Gmail, Facebook and email client autosync separately, this process could take as long as a  minute.
Depending on how many apps you need to uninstall and services you wish to disable, you could finish speeding up your phone in as little as 2 minutes and 40 seconds. That’s a very small time investment to make your smartphone snappier.


Sunday, 2 March 2014

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Every Small Business Should Be Blogging

Every Small Business Should Be Blogging
 
Blogging is not just for bloggers but it’s for businesses as well.

Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Apple reportedly finished with iOS 7.1 betas, public launch just weeks away

Apple reportedly finished with iOS 7.1 betas, public launch just weeks away

Why is Samsung trying to hide the Galaxy S5?

Why is Samsung trying to hide the Galaxy S5?

The most underwhelming Galaxy yet

KitKat has its fingers in 2% of Android devices

KitKat has its fingers in 2% of Android devices

Not bad for an OS that's still only on Google devices

HTC One 2 leaked again - is it enough of an upgrade?

HTC One 2 leaked again - is it enough of an upgrade?

Forget three, two is a magic number

Microsoft’s new CEO is Satya Nadella – and Bill Gates is officially coming back

Microsoft’s new CEO is Satya Nadella – and Bill Gates is officially coming back

Microsoft’s new CEO is Satya Nadella

10 Years Later: Facebook's Design Evolution

10 Years Later: Facebook's Design Evolution

On Facebook, life begins at conception

Sunday, 26 January 2014

How to back up and restore your Android smartphone

How to Back Up an Android Device

Congratulations on your new smartphone. Now that you're a proud owner of a new device

Thursday, 23 January 2014

Facebook like an infectious disease, will lose 80 percent of users, says Princeton study

Facebook to Lose 80 Percent of Users, Become the Next MySpace

Facebook like an infectious disease


How to Delete Accounts From Any Website

How to Delete Accounts From Any Website

Deleting accounts you've created on the Internet, from social media to software services, isn't always easy. Here are the details on leaving several big-name services behind.


Syrian Electronic Army hacks Microsoft's Office Blogs site mere hours after redesign

Microsoft hacked again by Syrian Electronic Army

Employees' accounts could be compromised during the stunt

Best free antivirus software 2014

Best free antivirus software 2014

Keeping your PC malware-free doesn't have to be expensive

Leaked Windows 8.1 update shows Metro apps dropped on the Desktop

Leaked Windows 8.1 update shows Metro apps dropped on the Desktop
Metro apps make the taskbar cut

HTC M8 Release & Rumor Roundup

HTC M8 Release & Rumor Roundup

Saturday, 18 January 2014

How to hack your wireless router firmware

How to hack your wireless router firmware

Run feature-packed custom software instead of the default

How to build your own router

How to build your own router.

Turn an old computer into a powerful firewall and router