Thursday, 8 November 2012

Download Youtube Videos in Just Single Click

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Hello friends today i got a new trick to download Youtube videos in single click

Step To Do:

Step 1: Open www.youtube.com and open the video you want to download.

Step 2:You’ve to make a very small change in the original video URL, Let’s take an example-This is the Video link which we want to downlaod.





Step 3: Now replace "www." with "ss" as shown in the screenshot below.





Step 4:Now press enter you will see a screen like below and download then download th video in any quality.

Enjoyy The New Trick To download Youtube Videos....

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

How To Find Google Account Creation Date

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Hey dude! Got a Google account? and if you have, can you tell me the creation date of it. I'm sure, most of you can't answer this question. So lets see how to know the creation date of your Google account. This will help you when your account gets hacked by someone and you unable to recover it using mobile number verification. If a situation comes like this, Google will ask your account creation date for recovery.


Let's see how to know the Google account creation date:-
(1)Sign into your Gmail account with the password.

(2)Then go to Takeout page

(3)In the takeout window, click on Transfer your Google Plus connections to another account.


And now it will ask your password again, type your password and hit Enter.

That's all, now a window will appear with your account creation date details.

Monday, 9 July 2012

Google Will Earn $15 on Each Nexus 7 Tablet

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Google's first tablet was bound to rouse the interest of analysts across the globe, as well as appeal to consumers. Google announced price of nexus 7 on UK that is $199. The $199 price tag will certainly make it competitive but is Google going to make enough profit from each sale to be worth their while?

According to Research firm UBM TechInsights Profit is below in table:



Company name
Estimate Profit
Google
$15 per Nexus 7 Tablet
Amazon
$46 per Kindle Fire
Apple
$170 per iPad


Google is expected to launch the Nexus 7 tablet within a couple of weeks. Be sure to check out our hands-on review later this evening for a full evaluation.

Google is paying more for the hardware, which correlates reasonably with the list of features that are more advanced than either the Amazon or Barnes & Noble's devices. More expensive components, potentially a better customer experience, and you pave the way for stealing a decent share in the tablet market.
Combine this with a name like Google, and you may be betting on the winning horse.

Monday, 2 July 2012

Google Nexus 7 tablet coming to India in September

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New Delhi: The recently unveiled Google-Asus Nexus 7 tablet will hit the Indian market by the end of September this year. "We are still in the process of finalising the roadmap, but in any case, the tablet will not come to India before September," said Asus' spokesperson, adding, Indian consumers can expect the Nexus 7 tablet by the end of September.
However, the company has not revealed any pricing information for the Indian market yet.
The tablet will initially be available in the US, Canada and Australia, and customers can start ordering it online.
Google Nexus 7 tablet coming to India in September
The tablet will ship for US, Canadian and Australian markets in mid-July starting at $199 - the same price as the Kindle Fire. The new tablet will compete directly with Amazon's Kindle Fire.
The Nexus 7 tablet will run the next version of Google's Android operating system, called Jelly Bean.
Priced at $199 for 8 gigabytes of storage and $249 for 16 GB, the nexus 7 tablet features a 7-inch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.
It is powered by a Tegra 3 quad-core CPU and 12-core GPU. Weighing 0.75 pounds, it also has a 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera.
Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC. The Nexus 7 tablet offers up to 9 hours of HD video playback and 300 hours of standby.

Monday, 28 May 2012

Important Things To Know About Touchpads Before Buying A Laptop

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Hello friends my today's post is on laptops touch pad technologies. I am sure my today's article helps you in choosing a good laptop.

So the story is that when we goes for buying laptop our focus is totally on the hardware. You’ll be told what the processor is, you’ll be told the size of the hard drive, and you’ll be told the RAM installed.But no one ask about the touch pad and about touch pads technology.so my today's aim is to guide you about the touch pads technology.

The Basics Of Touch pad Technology:

The first touchpads made their debut in the early 1990s, and were one of several responses to the problem of providing an portable input solution with a portable computer (track pointers and trackballs were also common). The first laptop to have a touch pad –or track pad, as it was officially called at the time – was the Apple Power Book 500. 
Modern touch pads use a technology called capacitive touch. This is the same tech used by most modern touchscreens, and it works by detecting the electrical current of a human finger as it comes into contact with the touchpad surface. This allows for smooth, easy navigation that doesn’t rely on physical pressure.

What Are The Differences Between Touch pads: 
While virtually all touchpads use the same basic technology to detect input, there are a wide variety of ways to use this technology, and a wide variety of touchpad sizes and textures.
The most important feature to look for in a touchpad is multitouch gesture support. Although this has become a common extra, it’s not ubiquitous. For example, I recently tested a MSI GT680R gaming laptop, priced at about $1,500, which did not have multitouch. Determining if a laptop supports this feature is easy if you can use it hands-on. Just try scrolling down a webpage with your middle and index fingers.
If a laptop doesn’t have multi-touch, it should at least have scroll space available. This is a small vertical area, usually on the right side of the touchpad, that’s exclusively designed to translate finger movement into an up/down scrolling motion.

  Finally, the touchpad buttons are important. The best option is a touchpad that offers two separate physical mouse buttons, but many touchpads use what is called a rocker-style button. This means there is one individual with a rocker in the middle, which means the button operates like a seesaw. Rocker-style buttons look sexy, but they can be annoying to use because pressing the button near the rocker requires more force than pressing the button at the edge.

Friday, 18 May 2012

Facebook application to groups/ upload file

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Hi friends , its a great news that Facebook as introduced  application in group for  uploading files! Now you can share your data much easily ...
Most file types  that you can  upload  upto 25MB . However, you will not be able to share executable (.exe) and music files.  E-books, comics, music videos and short films are allowed.To prevent piracy and copyright infringement,you will be able to report files the same way they can do with other content on the site.
 just simple steps to share the file 
 Select the upload file option  in the group  and follow the same produre as you do  while uploading  the image... 
Note: if you are sharing a project file or similar to it then  make sure that it  is a zipped file.

Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Facebook Testing New Feature, Charging For Popular Post

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Mark is thinking about money. The social networking site is testing a new feature in New Zealand that would make comments more prominent on a user’s newsfeed. This new feature will earn more money to Facebook and allow users to get more visibility for their posts and  bring extra attention to a specific Facebook status update, photo or video.
When it arrived on website, people thought it as spam. After that Facebook spokeswoman Mia Garlick confirmed it was a new “feature” it was testing. Users who clicked on the option were offered the options to pay through Paypal or by credit card.



“We’re constantly testing new features across the site. This particular test is simply to gauge people’s interest in this method of sharing with their friends,” she said.
According to Facebook, the company is testing a variety of price points including free, but the free sample may just be an attempt to attract more users into the program. This time Facebook is charging $2 to highlight a post on Facebook which will be shown in yellow background.Facebook accepts payments from major credit card providers and PayPal.
This is the first time when Facebook is trying to earn money from postings by regular users and comes as it is gearing up for a public listing which is expected to value the company at about US$90 billion.

Sunday, 6 May 2012

New Low Cost Tablet "Daksha" Is Released

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I think that India is making record for bringing low cost tablets. After Aakash and Bsnl Penta, a new low cost tablet has been launched in Indian Market. This new tablet is called Daksha. This tablet has been launched in Kerala by Telmoco Development Labs and costs only $102 means Rs. 5,399 (INR) 

Daksha features Capacitive 5 point touch screen with 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor with 512 MB DDR3 RAM. It has a HDMI port, Micro SD slot, 3.5 mm audio out, Micro USB port and having OTG connector for 3G Dongle and RJ 45lAN cable.
Daksha is capable of 1080p full HD video streaming and has dedicated 400 MHzGPU for advanced flash Apps, Interactive Apps and full HD videos. Daksha is powered by 3,800 mAh li-Pol battery which gives a back up of over 6 hours with Wi-Fi on.


The Attitude Daksha, meant for students and educational purposes, is likely to hit the shelves from May 15. Telmoco Development Labs is also planning to bid for the Aakash-2, the upgraded version of the original Aakash tablet. “With government subsidy and mass production, Attitude Daksha could compete with Aakash -2,” said Technopark-Technology Business Incubation Centre secretary and registrar K.C.Chandrasekharan Nair, after launching the product. 

Attitude Daksha is initially set off to launch at schools, professional institutions, and corporate houses and will be available in the market from May 15. It can be ordered online from Telmoco website.
http://www.telmoco.com//www/pre_book

Saturday, 21 April 2012

10 Alternate Looks To Your Google Search Homepage

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Hello friends today i searched 10 new looks of google search homepage.
Google From 1999:



Here's Google Today:


Blackle:


Give me Back my google:
purpoogle:


Boogle:




Cail Orange:

The Revolving Internet:
Dinoogle:

I search pink