Saturday, 10 August 2013

What are latest SmartPhones??

****What are latest SmartPhones??****

With Apple's latest iPhone still a glimmer on the grapevine, anyone shopping for a new phone right now has a lot to consider. Here's a roundup of fall's hottest handsets, in no particular order, keeping in mind that pricing and availability may change.

>>>>>>>>>>HTC ONE<<<<<<<<<<

HTC's thin and stylish HTC One reached U.S. consumers this spring on every major wireless carrier except for Verizon, where the release date has been pushed back several times.

With sleek unibody construction and premium feel, the HTC One offers an excellent screen display, some slick photo features and a unique BlinkFeed interface that pushes your content front and center. Rather than typical icons, you can get a stream of your photos, news and more.

This is a knockout phone. It has great-sounding speakers. And among other things, it can capture a few seconds of video and still images through a feature called "Zoe." But it's not without flaws. The Zoe software isn't very intuitive, and the phone's on-screen home button is in an odd place.


  • $199.99 for a 32GB version ($299 for 64GB) at AT&T and Sprint with two-year service contracts.
  • At T-Mobile: $99.99 down payment and $20 monthly payments over 24 months.

Key specs:

  • HTC UltraPixel Camera
  • 1080p HD video capture and playback 
  • Beats Audio
  • Quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

***HTC ONE***


>>>>>>>>>>MOTO X<<<<<<<<<<

The first phone produced from scratch by Motorola Mobility since being acquired last year by Google is loaded with cutting-edge features. It promises to push hands-free operation to new levels, and its innovative Moto Maker platform means you can custom-design the look of it (for AT&T customers only to start). It will be available in the U.S. on all major carriers beginning later this month or early September.

Moto X seems to want a place in your car. Its Touchless Control feature lets you speak a command to the phone to make a call, find out what the weather is and a lot more. The phone can tell if you are in a moving vehicle and automatically turn on a Driving mode that will read text messages aloud to you, or tell you who's calling. You can automatically respond with a text reply that lets callers know you're behind the wheel.

The cool part is that you don't have to press physical buttons for any of this. You just speak "OK, Google Now" to tell the phone what you want it to deliver. But Touchless Controls have limits — in some instances you have to enter passcodes before you can proceed.

Another distinctive feature, Active Display, wakes up the phone when it is sleeping, sort of. If the phone is in your pocket or otherwise resting, it lets you pull it out to check the time. You'll also see an icon for some notifications — say, if you have gotten an e-mail or a text message.

There's been some quibbling among techies about specs. The Moto X doesn't have the world's fanciest phone camera, but at 10 megapixels it is decent. And the screen is on the middling end of the spectrum.


  • $199.99 or $249.99 with contract on major carriers.

Key specs: 

  • 2 GB of RAM
  • X8 Mobile Computing System
  • a series of chips that includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro 
  • Android (Jelly Bean)
  • 4.7-inch AMOLED high-definition display with a resolution of 720 x 1080

worth noting: Motorola and Verizon Wireless also recently refreshed the Droid lineup with three new models headlined by the Droid Maxx. With varying specs, they share some Moto X features like Touchless Control.

motorola MOTOX Smartphone


>>>>>>>>>>LG G2<<<<<<<<<<

The new flagship phone from LG offers a unique design with volume and power controls on the back. And how about this: Just pick up the phone to answer a call.

Yes, like the Moto X the G2 wants to let you take a step back from the habit of pressing a bunch of buttons for phone operation.

On the G2, if you get a call you can answer just by picking up the phone rather than fumbling to hit a button. Among other features, you can knock on the screen twice to wake up the phone or shut it off. And LG has placed the power and volume control buttons on the back of the phone, which it believes is a more natural location.

LG is also touting the handset's high-quality audio, and a Guest Mode sharing feature. The company hasn't announced details on pricing or release date, but it says the G2 will be available all major U.S. carriers.

Key specs: 

  • 5.2-inch full-high-definition IPS display
  • Android (Jelly Bean)
  • Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor
  • 32 GB of internal storage
  • LG is promising an all-day battery.

***LG G2***


>>>>>>>>>>SONY XPERIA Z<<<<<<<<<<

This handsome phone has a lovely 5-inch display, 13-megapixel camera and a battery that gets a boost from so-called Stamina Mode, which shuts down wireless radios and background activities when you're not using them. But the phone, a smaller version of Sony's similarly named Android tablet, can also withstand a dunking, as it's water-resistant down to 1 meter of water for up to a half-hour, provided all connectors and ports are sealed. It's not the only phone that promotes resistance to spills and splashes. A Galaxy S 4 variant (see below), called the Galaxy S 4 Active promises a similar defense against water.

Key specs: 

  • 5-inch high resolution (1920 x 1080) screen
  • quad-core Qualcomm processor
  • water resistant
  • long-life battery.

  • It is available exclusively from T-Mobile, for $579.99 or for $25 a month for 24 months with nothing down.

SONY XPERIA Z smartphone


>>>>>>>>>>SAMSUNG GALAXY S4<<<<<<<<<<

Samsung's solid flagship phone is teeming with clever bells and whistles, along with parlor-trick gimmicks you will likely never take advantage of. On the plus side, a dual camera feature lets you take pictures with front and rear cameras simultaneously to, say, display an image of a beaming parent alongside a picture captured of a child scoring a goal in soccer. Answer calls or skip songs with a wave of your hand. Hover over the screen with your finger to magnify text or make other things happen. The battery is removable.

Key specs: 

  • 5-inch-high resolution (1920 x 1080 screen)
  • quad-core Qualcomm processor
  • long-battery life
  • water-resistant (Galaxy S 4 Active model only).

  • Phone is available from all the major U.S. wireless carriers and several minor ones. Pricing varies, but $199.99 is the typical starting price with a two-year contract.



>>>>>>>>>>NOKIA LUMIA 1020<<<<<<<<<<

The Lumia 1020 sets the standard for smartphone cameras with a whopping 41-megapixel sensor with image stabilization. The state-of-the-art camera features high-end Zeiss optics, xenon flash, manual shutter, and other photographic controls. Nokia captures two images automatically each time you shoot. One of those is a full-resolution picture that turns out to be either 34 or 38 megapixels, depending on formats. You also get a very good-quality 5-megapixel image that can be more easily shared via e-mail or message or posted onto a social network. But some of the photo apps are a bit confusing.

No small feat: You can make out the display in direct sunlight.

Key specs:

  • It's mostly about the camera. 
  • But it also has a dual-core Qualcomm processor and 4.5-inch (1280 x 768) display.


  • It is available exclusively on AT&T at $299.99 with a two-year contract.

NOKIA LUMIA 1020 smartphone
***NOKIA LUMIA 1020***


>>>>>>>>>>BLACKBERRY Q10<<<<<<<<<<

A phone for BlackBerry loyalists looking for the kind of physical Qwerty keyboard they were so enamored with on prior generation handsets, when Research In Motion was a smartphone leader. It's also a touch-screen device preloaded with BlackBerry 10, the new, more modern mobile operating system. BlackBerry Balance can separate enterprise stuff from personal. Removable battery. But the screen is much smaller than on most rival smartphones, and BlackBerry lags behind competitors on apps.

Key specs: 

  • 3.1-inch display with 720 x 720 resolution.


  • It is available from AT&T and Verizon at $199.99 with a two-year contract. You can get it from T-Mobile with nothing down, if you pay $25 a month for 24 months. You may see other promotional deals that lower the price.





Thursday, 8 August 2013

5 Ways To Customize Facebook News Feed

****5 Ways To Customize Facebook News Feed****


If your Facebook friends are gamers, your News Feed is probably inundated with posts like, "John Doe has reached level 23 of Candy Crush Saga!" Thankfully, there's an easy way to hide these annoying posts, and ones like them.

The next time you see a post like this, hover over it and click the drop-down menu that appears in the top-right corner. Then, select the option, "I don't want to see this.


Friend lists are an easy way to view posts only from people you want. Facebook auto-manages some lists by default. These may include a list for people you work with, family members and a list based on your location. You may already have lists created for privacy and sharing purposes, too. You can find all your lists by clicking the Friends subhead on the left-side navigation.

To create a list, click the "+ Create List" button at the top. Assign a name to your list, then type the names of the friends you want to add to it. You may want to create a list for your best friends, for example.


In your typical News Feed view, posts from Pages you've liked -- whether they're restaurants, clothing stores or news outlets -- are mixed in with posts from your friends. But if you follow many news outlets, for example, or subscribe to retail store pages just for exclusive offers, you may want to view these posts separately, without the updates from your friends.

Under the Pages heading in the left-side navigation is an option called "Pages Feed." Click this to view updates only from Pages you've liked.


To switch your view from Top Stories to Most Recent, click the "Sort" option that appears at the very top of your News Feed -- below the status update box and above the first post. When you switch to "Most Recent," the top of your feed will read "Sort: Most Recent."


f you have annoying friends that you don't necessarily want to unfriend, there is a setting you can change so their posts don't appear in your News Feed. The same option is available for Pages you may not want to remove entirely, rather just silence.

To prevent a friend's or Page's posts from appearing in your News Feed, navigate to their profile page. To the right of the person or Page's name, and below the cover photo, is a drop-down menu that either says "Friends" (or "Liked" if it's a Page).

Click that drop-down menu and uncheck the option that says "Show in News Feed." The friend's or Page's posts will no longer clutter your News Feed.

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Elysium Fails To Deliver

****Elysium Fails To Deliver****

The best science fiction films typically hold a questioning mirror to our society, and director Neil Blomkamp’s “Elysium” tries to be a politically-charged allegory with the intention of showing the disparaging differences in social classes, healthcare, immigration and government corruption but only intelligently touches on them as briefly as this sentence before becoming watered down into brainless nonsense.

The first half hour of “Elysium” is deceptively great. Blomkamp introduces the dual contrasting locations: the gritty, poisoned earth, home to the underprivileged and working class and, like the Greek concept, Elysium: the man-made utopia orbiting the planet, home to Earth’s richest and most “cultured” individuals. Blomkamp not only separates the two locations by their striking visual contrasts but also by language. The poor speak Spanish while the aristocratic Elysians speak French, and are nary without their wine or elegant properties. The Elysians are governed by an elite branch of politicians and the Earthlings are ruled by a robotic police state. This dichotomy between social-political realms is fascinating and within these first twenty minutes it appears Blomkamp has surpassed his brilliant feature film debut “District 9” with a new milestone in contemporary science fiction film.

But… and there’s a strong but here… the floor drops and with it all that excellent exposition and potential to be something special. Blomkamp quickly forfeits the intelligence, politics and the fascinating schism between the two worlds and rests solely on Matt Damon running, shooting and evading capture on Earth from an insane bounty hunter, played by the heavily accented, but incredibly engaging Sharlto Copley. Copley’s performance, though, is a real shot of adrenaline; His manic, often funny, and sadistic assassin is surprisingly the only character with any pulse.

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What does work in “Elysium” is Blomkamp’s indelible real-world visual style. Like “District 9,” one could almost touch and taste the dirt, grit and grime of our planet. Add to that the seemingly natural blend of robotics and CGI spaceships which creates a striking yet identifiable world. Between this and “District 9,” Blomkamp has proven he is a technical master when it comes to science fiction filmmaking. Visually, he goes for realism to lure the audience, but unfortunately that doesn’t extend to the writing. 

Matt Damon is Max, a character as nondescript as they come. What little is known of him really has no impact on the overall film, nor does his character have much of an arc. He’s just a guy who tries to make the best of a very bad situation.  Besides being an ex-car thief-turned-assembly line worker, all we learn about him is that as a young boy he and his little girlfriend Frey would dreamily look to Elysium and promise to go there one day. When, as an adult, Max is exposed to lethal doses of radiation, he becomes hellbent on getting to Elysium with his now-distant friend Frey (Alice Braga) and her dying daughter to use the Elysians’ personal medical pods, which cure any and all ailments (even death). Since poor Earthlings are executed or deported upon entering Elysium, this makes for a tricky situation. Damon does the best he can with the role, shaving his head and implanting some kind of robotics into his head which make him stronger than normal.

Then there’s Jodie Foster. Foster plays Delacourt, Elysium’s power-hungry, pantsuit-clad Secretary of Defense, who concocts a plan to override Elysium’s computer systems allowing her to throw a coup and take command of the city. Unfortunately for her, the override code becomes implanted in Max, causing her to go a little insane trying to stop him, thus heaping chaos upon Elysium. By definition this should be such a fun character for Foster, or any actress to play, but Ms. Foster single-handedly gives one of the worst performances of the year. She tries to sound “evil” by using some stilted accent which comes across as the greatest effort on her part. Each line is delivered so awkwardly and poorly it is laughably distracting. The question is why would Blomkamp allow this? Foster is an acting legend. She’s a multi-Oscar winner. While she looks fantastic in the role, she is seriously miscast or just mis-directed. If Jodie Foster was allowed to just be Jodie Foster in this role, the effect would have been incredible. C'est la vie on Elysium.

People expecting another “District 9” or who expect a little more substance from their science fiction films will most likely be disappointed by “Elysium,” but those who like their videogame-style sci-fi shoot-em-ups will have no problem here. If Blomkamp created a stronger balance between those two approaches, which at first appears he is doing, then perhaps “Elysium” would be far greater.
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Horrifying Mosquito Bite Captured under Microscope

****Horrifying Mosquito Bite Captured under Microscope****

The horrific video below shows what actually happens when a mosquito pierces your skin and goes searching for blood.

It's not just a stick-it-in-and-suck action like you probably guessed. The mosquito's proboscis goes searching and probing through layers of your skin to find and infiltrate a suitable vessel. The cube-shaped objects are skin cells, and the red tubes are blood vessels.

The proboscis is flexible and made up of several sections, which split apart when they pierce the skin. They are sheathed by an outer layer which is pulled back upon insertion.  National Geographic blogger Ed Yong information on how these mouth parts work.


The mosquito in this video is the Anopheles gambiae, and they were taken when the mosquito was biting a mouse, though the same thing happened when they probe for blood under our skin.


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Usher's Son Pool Mishap

*****Usher's Son Pool Mishap*****

Singer Usher Raymond's ex-wife is asking a judge to give her custody of their two children after the oldest suffered a "near-death accident."
Five-year-old Usher Raymond V nearly drowned "in a swimming pool and is currently hospitalized in the intensive care unit of the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Hospital," Tameka Foster said in an emergency motion filed in a Fulton County, Georgia, court Tuesday.

A hearing is set for an Atlanta courtroom Friday afternoon for the motion, her lawyer said. The other child, Naviyd, is four years old.Usher won primary custody of the children last year after a bitter court fight in which Foster accused the singer of being an absentee father.

Foster renewed her arguments based on Monday's accident, contending the singer "continues to excessively travel, utilizes third-party caregivers to supervise the minor children rather than personally exercising parenting time and providing supervision for the minor children."

Usher is "not capable of providing daily care giving and supervision for the minor children of the parties as petitioner is preparing to film a movie in Panama and has ongoing commitments that require his presence in Los Angeles, New York and various other cities for the Voice and his upcoming album."

Her motion alleges that Usher is away from Atlanta -- where she and the children live -- "in excess of 85% of each month." He refuses to let her see the children when he leaves town, saying he "would rather the nanny raise the children," Foster contends.

Foster also complained that her ex-husband does not talk to her about issues affecting the boys, "including school enrollment and summer activities." The private school in which he just enrolled them is more than an hour from her home, she said. And, Usher has not given her the phone number to the home he moved to with the children in June, she said.

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Wednesday, 7 August 2013

Digital Gadgets Damaging Children Spines

****Digital Gadgets Damaging Children Spines****

 Children as young as 10 have spinal deformities caused by prolonged use of handheld devices, according to an Auckland chiropractor.

Margaret Bryce is deeply concerned by the increase in the number of people coming to her with straightening of the neck curve, or cervical kyphosis.

"When I was first in practice I only ever saw straightened out necks in people who were academics or who had head-down type jobs like seamstresses or office workers. Now, over the years, I've seen this intense shift to straightened out necks in younger and younger people."

The cervical vertebrae in the neck should have a smooth curve which arches forward, she said.

The curve, which is developed among infants during "tummy time" when they are placed on their stomachs and naturally practise lifting their heads, provides flexibility, shock absorption and strength for the spine.

Straightening out this curve could interfere with the 17 trillion messages that passed through the spinal column every minute, Dr Bryce said.

She put the change down to the prevalence of handheld electronic devices such as cellphones and gaming machines.

"It used to be that head-down time was only during school time. Now, it seems to be all the time," she said.

"I think it's quite a problem, because what that means to your health is you start interfering with those 17 trillion messages."

Dr Bryce had treated a 10-year-old who came to her because she was unable throw a ball in a straight line.

X-rays revealed the child's neck vertebrae were straightened.

"When trying to send messages from the brain to the arms and vice-versa, that co-ordination isn't there. She can't throw straight, she just can't make herself," Dr Bryce said.

Pain from the condition was rarely a problem for younger people but it could become an issue in later life.

Dr Bryce said parents should encourage their children to take regular breaks from electronic devices.

"They need to stop, they need to go outside and get their heads looking up rather than looking down.

"If people think their child's head is forward and the shoulders are rounded, more likely than not it's a problem in the neck curve," she said.


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The company announced the availability of this new feature while announcing that it has now hit the 300 million monthly active users mark.Instant messaging service WhatsApp has rolled out an update that lets you now send voice texts by just pressing one button.

The company announced the availability of this new feature while announcing that it has now hit the 300 million monthly active users mark.They garnered a whopping 50 million new active users in just 2 months.

With this new feature, you can record and send voice clips with one press of the mic icon.

WhatsApp has began rolling out voice messaging for all of its apps, on iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Phone and Nokia. 


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