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Friday, July 27, 2012

Monitor Changes in Directory (Folders)

We all know that many of our friends deletes or changes every time our files whenever we leave our pc or laptop to them. But this would be difficult for us to monitor or to know what they modified or deleted. So this free utility will help you with that.

All-in-One utility to Protect Files, Folders and USB drives - File Secure

These days as hackers tracks keys and all data it is very essential to protect our files, folders and data.  To protect we should encrypt the files or folders. So today I'm going to share a an all-in-one free tool which you can use in order to encrypt and decrypt the data easy. And the best thing about this software is that, it works with files, folders and also USB drives. As many of us use flash drives sometimes they need to keep password in order to protect their data. This is where this tool comes to survive us. 

Sony Ericsson phones from 2011 will not be getting Jelly Bean

UK Product Manager for Sony Mobile, John Cooper was taking questions from customers on Facebook recently, and revealed that the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S and Xperia Mini Pro will not be getting updates to Android 4.1 aka Jelly Bean OS.

Sony was yet to make an official statement regarding their 2011 phone lineup, and the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update before this. The Xperia Arc S was the Xperia phone with the highest specs released in 2011. So if it isn’t getting the update, you can be sure that none of the other 2011 phones would be getting it. Sony is also yet to announce if the 2012 lineup of Xperia phones will be getting the update to Jelly Bean.

Snapdeal Unveils HCL ME Y2 Tablet, India’s leading e-commerce company has launched the new HCL ME Y2 Tablet on its website. The Y2 comes with the latest Android v4.0.3 and Mali 400 Multimedia Processing. It has a 7 inch screen with capacitive multi-touch.

It supports 8GB internal memory and has an expandable memory up to 32GB by Micro SD card. It also features 0.3MP camera in front and 2.0MP camera at the rear and supports full HD playback of 1080p. The tablet not only supports wifi but also possesses 3G, EDGE and GSM capabilities. Users can even access the HCL ME App Store on the Y2 to download various applications. This Bluetooth enabled Tab has SIM based network connectivity and runs on 4000 Mah Battery power.

2 Crore Mobile Users Cut their Newspapers and TV consumption by 50% : Survey

2 Crore of the estimated 4.8 crore Mobile Internet users have shifted 50% of their newspaper and TV time to their mobile screens and what’s being consumed is – entertainment, all categories of news, travel and sports content. This got established in the recently concluded Mobile Internet behavior & usage study conducted by ViziSense, India’s leading online audience and ad measurement platform.

Of all mobile internet users in India (estimated at 4.8 crores by IAMAI in their August 2011 Mobile Internet in India report), a huge 87% are online on mobile every day. Almost half of these users go online through their cellphones every 2-3 hours and the duration of these visits is more than an hour. Almost 60% of these users have been on this medium for over an year already.

Facebook Phone? Mark Zuckerberg Denies

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has denied rumours that the company is working with HTC to produce self-branded smartphone with an exclusive operating system.

At the company's first-ever earnings call, Zuckerberg said that “it would not really make much sense” to build a Facebook phone. He further pointed out that Facebook is most used app on all platforms, therefore every phone out there is a Facebook phone.

Zuckerberg's comments are likely to put an end to all sorts of speculations related to Facbeook developing self-branded phone.

Zync Z909 Plus Android Tablet for Rs.3699

Aiming to go lower than their recently launched Z999 tablet, Indian brand Zync announced a new budget tablet today. The Zync Z-909 for the low, low price of Rs 3699.

The Z909 weighs ‘just’ 360 grams, runs Android 2.3 gingerbread and features a 7 inch resistive touch screen, a 1GZ processor, 256MB of RAM, WiFi, a front facing 0.3 Megapixel camera and 4GB of inbuilt memory, with a microSD card slot. Also features a normal sized USB port and a microUSB port so that you can attach a keyboard or dongle.

Gundello Godari (2012) Trailer Download

Gundello Godari is a bilingual film, which is released in Tamil as Maranthen Mannithen. The movie is directed by Kumar Nagendra and produced by Lakshmi Manchu.

Idea cellular withdraws 200 SMS Per SIM Per day!!

I received a message on my Idea Cellular Mobile that as the Delhi high court has uplifted the ban on 200 SMS per day we can enjoy sending more than 200 SMS per day from July 24th, 2012.

Facebook introduces the Recommendations Bar

Facebook has, in an official post on their Developer's Blog, confirmed the launch of the Recommendations Bar. A social plug-in, the new Recommendations Bar, quite like its name suggests lets users "like" content, receive recommendations, and also share with their friends what they're reading. The way this works is that as a user is reading an article, a pop-up appears at the bottom of the screen, containing recommended articles. 

Facebook-HTC phone rumoured to launch in 2013

Rumours of a Facebook phone will not just die. According to a report from Bloomberg, Facebook has partnered with HTC to produce a self-branded phone that would launch in mid-2013.

The Bloomberg report quoting people knowledge of the matter claims the companies were working to release the device by end of this year but then pushed back the deadline to give more time to HTC to work on other devices. Facebook is reportedly working on a customised operating system for the device and has engaged a team of ex-Apple programmers to improve its iPhone app. 

Google doodle celebrates London 2012 Olympics

Olympics 2012 kicks off in London today! Google celebrates the mega sporting event with an innovative doodle on its home page.
The doodle features five young athletes on a track holding the five letters of Google's logo. The athletes belong to different sports, including football, basketball, javelin throw, fencing, sprint and swimming. Take a look at today's doodle below:

Airtel Launches Ramzan Special Prepaid Recharge – 786

Raising the spirit of Ramzan festival celebrations, India’s largest mobile service operator Bharti Airtel today announced the launch a Ramzan Special Full Value Prepaid Voucher 786 along with some more special offer like Reduced Rate Gulf Calling Recharge – 21 and Airtel to Airtel Free Night Calling Pack Rs.9.

The Airtel Ramzan Special – 786 voucher comes for Rs. 786, offers a talk time of Rs. 800. The Gufl calling Voucher priced at Rs. 21 provides International Callings to Gulf countries for 11p/Second valid of 30 Days from the date of activation. 

Airtel Launches New 3G Data Pack – 499 offers 4 GB 3G Data for 90 Days

Bharti Airtel the largest mobile service provider in India today announced the launch of  exciting “ 4 GB 3G Data offer at just Rs. 499 ”  for its new prepaid data card customers in all 3G circles across India.
Airtel’s new  prepaid 3G data pack comes for Rs. 499 which will provide 4 GB 3G Data usage valid for 90 days from the date of recharge. The pack will be applicable only for new prepaid 3G Data Card subscribers and would be available only in Airtel 3G circles.

Google Handwrite Brings Search Through Scribble (Video)

ASUS VG278HE Monitor Refreshes @ 144 Hz, Refreshing Gaming Experience

ASUS VG278HE Gaming Monitor
The demand for gaming monitors with 120 Hz refresh rate is growing but ASUS engineers wanted to go beyond. ASUS has just unveiled the ‘ASUS VG278HE’ gaming monitor that offers refreshing rate of 144 Hz.

Google Science Fair: Winners tackle breast cancer, hearing loss and water quality

Finalists and winners of the 2012 Google Science Fair. Foreground: Vint Cerf and Shree Bose (2011 winner)
An expectant crowd gathered last night inside an airplane hangar at a flight school in Palo Alto, California to hear the winners of the second annual Google Science Fair. The grand prize went to Brittany Wenger, 17, of Sarasota, Florida, who wrote a computer program to help doctors diagnose breast cancer less invasively.  Jonah Kohn, 14, of San Diego, Calif. won his age category for creating a device that converts sound into tactile vibration to improve the music-listening experience for the hearing impaired; and a trio from Spain won the 15 to 16 age category for documenting the hazardous and non-hazardous organisms found in water from different parts of their country.

Blind Mice Can Now See - Thanks To A Chemical Injected In Their Eyes!

Blind Mice Can Now See, Thanks To A Chemical Injected In Their Eyes!
Research has romanced eyesight restoration for long now, and if the latest news is to be believed, this love story did have a happy ending outcome. A multinational crop of scientists (from UC Berkeley, University of Munich and the University of Washington) have made some advancements which offers the easiest and the cheapest way to restore the light sensitivity of our eyes. A chemical- AAQ (acrylamide-azobenzene-quaternary ammonium) was injected into the eyes of blind mice and the results show that their vision has indeed been restored, though partially. Little quantity of AAQ can cause this effect for a few hours at a stretch, and is quite uncomplicated and less extreme than substitutive methods like stem cell therapy or synthetic implants.

Honda’s Latest CVT For Mid-Size Cars Unveiled

New CVT for Midsize Vehicles Enhances Driving Performance and Fuel Economy to be Featured First on All-New Step WGN and Step WGN Spada

Microbot Walks & Jumps on Water

Chinese microbot walks on water, skims the surface of insect-inspired design.

Bugs are creepy. You don't need to be an entomophobe to empathize with that sentiment. But bugs are also inspiring -- to researchers in China, that is. Taking a cue from nature, a team of engineers from the country's School of Chemical Engineering and Technology have devised a microbot weighing just 0.02 lbs (11 grams) that can repeatedly jump across the surface of water without tanking.

New Method Detects Lung Infection in Ancient Mummy

A novel proteomics method revealed that a 500-year-old frozen Incan mummy suffered from a bacterial lung infection at the time of its death, showing evidence of an active pathogenic in an ancient sample for the first time. The full report is published July 25 in the open access journal PLoS ONE.

Detecting diseases in ancient remains is often fraught with difficulty, especially because of contamination. Techniques based on microbe DNA can easily be confused by environmental contamination, and they can only confirm that the pathogen was present, not that the person was infected, but the researchers behind the study, led by Angelique Corthals of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York, found a way around this problem. They used proteomics, focusing on protein rather than DNA remains, to profile immune system response from degraded samples taken from 500 year-old mummies.