Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Li-Fi to Replace Wi-Fi




BEIJING: Chinese scientists have successfully developed a new cheaper
way of getting connected to internet by using signals sent through
light bulbs instead of radio frequencies as in Wi-Fi, a move expected
to radically change process of online connectivity.
Four computers can be connected to internet through one- watt LED bulb using light as a carrier instead of traditional radio frequencies, as in Wi-Fi, said Chi Nan, an information technology professor with Shanghai’s Fudan University. Under the new discovery dubbed as ‘Li-Fi’, a light bulb with embedded
microchips can produce data rates as fast as 150 megabits per second, which is speedier than the average broadband connection in China, said Chi, who leads a Li-Fi research team including scientists from the Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics of the Chinese Academy of
Sciences. 
The term Li-Fi was coined by Harald Haas from the University of Edinburgh in the UK and refers to a type of visible light communication technology that delivers a networked, mobile, high-speed communication solution in a similar manner as Wi-Fi.
With Li-Fi cost-effective as well as efficient, netizens should be excited to view 10 sample Li-Fi kits that will be on display at the China International Industry Fair that will kick off on November 5 in Shanghai. The current wireless signal transmission equipment is expensive and low in efficiency, Chi said.
“As for cell phones, millions of base stations have been established around the world to strengthen the signal but most of the energy is consumed on their cooling systems,” she said. “The energy utilisation rate is only 5 per cent,” state-run Xinhua news agency quoted her as saying. Li-Fi was touted as a boon to China netizen community, the highest in the world with about 600 million connections. Compared with base stations, the number of light bulbs that can be used is practically limitless. Meanwhile, Chinese people are replacing the old-fashioned incandescent bulbs with LED light bulbs at a fast pace.
“Wherever there is an LED light bulb, there is an internet signal. Turn off the light and there is no signal,” Chi said. However, there is still a long way to go to make Li-Fi a commercial success.
“If the light is blocked, then the signal will be cut off,” Chi said. More importantly, according to the scientist, the development of a series of key related pieces of technology, including light communication controls as well as microchip design and manufacturing, is still in an experimental period.

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Now you can download videos from youtube and many other sites by using IDM Lifetime... Simply GO through the given link and download IDM and follow instructions given and enjoy!!!

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Monday, 24 November 2014

Will Apple's Next iPhone Capture DSLR Quality With 2 Lenses?





The iPhone is the world's most popular camera, and many smartphone users have stopped packing around dedicated cameras. A leap forward in the ability of the iPhone camera to zoom or capture objects in motion without blurring could be enough to spark a few million people to upgrade their iPhone 6 to a "6s," certainly. If true, it could result in excellent sales for Apple.

The Apple rumor mill never stops spinning, and even though the iPhone 6 is barely here and the next version ages away, the most interesting rumor is the chance that the next iPhone will make a huge leap forward with its camera -- possibly using two lenses to produce DSLR-quality images.
The rumor comes from John Gruber of Daring Fireball via an episode of The Talk Show podcast. Gruber is a well-connected Apple-focused commentator and is highly respected in the Apple ecosystem. He usually measures his words carefully and isn't known to make wild predictions.

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Saturday, 22 November 2014

Recover Your Formatted or Deleted Data of your Hardisk!!!!

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The $50 earthquake alarm that could save thousands of lives



"Techonomics" focuses on how technology is revolutionizing the way we live and do business. Looking at new business models and innovations, CNN explains and analyzes all aspects of this disruptive global shift.
(CNN) -- In September 1985 a devastating earthquake measuring 8.1 on the Richter Scale smashed into Mexico City killing 10,000 people and leaving parts of the city in ruins.
Since then, the populous Latin American nation of 122 million has invested in one of the most advanced seismic warning systems anywhere in the world.
The SASMEX facility came online in 1991 and reacts to data gathered by sensors placed near major fault lines along Mexico's Pacific coast.
Receivers dotted around five major cities, including Mexico City and Acapulco, will sound the alarm if they detect an earthquake.
It's a system that can buy vital seconds for residents to brace themselves before the tremors begin.
But not everyone has access to a SASMEX receiver -- there are 100,000 in operation but at a cost of roughly $330 apiece, they are a luxury the majority of Mexicans can't afford.
Most receivers are stationed in the likes of public buildings, hospitals, schools and subway stations.

Firefox dumps Google for Yahoo as default search engine

Firefox and Google are breaking up.

Maybe it was that Google (GOOGLTech30) has a competing browser, making them strange bedfellows. Or after ten years of partnership, it was time for change. Or maybeYahoo (YHOOTech30) just offered to pay more.
Yahoo is replacing Google as the default search engine for Mozilla's Firefox browser, the companies announced late Wednesday. With 10% of the market, it is the Internet's third most popular search engine, behind Google's Chrome and Microsoft's (MSFTTech30) Bing (which powers Yahoo searches).
The change is significant for Firefox users, who perform some 100 million searches in the browser every year, according to Mozilla.
It is significant for Mozilla, a non-profit that is heavily reliant on revenue from search companies. Google's three-year contract with Firefox, which will come to an end in December, had reportedly been worth $1 billion. Yahoo and Mozilla did not disclose terms of their five-year search deal.
Mozilla's most recent publicly available financial report (from 2012) notes a single search company -- apparently Google -- provided between two-thirds and three-quarters of its $311 million revenue stream. (The organization also brings in much smaller chunks of change through avenues like user contributions.)
The deal is significant for Yahoo, which under CEO Marissa Mayer has increased its focus on search. In the announcement, she called it "a key growth area for us." The Mozilla partnership will be the launchpad for redesigned Yahoo search pages.

China lifts ban on Facebook for select few



Blink and you'll miss it: Facebook is unbanned in China for three days.

China is hosting an Internet conference this week in Wuzhen, a sleepy town located about halfway between Shanghai and Hangzhou, the headquarters of e-commerce juggernaut Alibaba (BABATech30).
Wuzhen is sometimes called a "Venice of the East" for its network of canals, but during the conference the city carries another distinction: It's the only place in China where users can freely access Facebook (FBTech30)Twitter (TWTRTech30) and Instagram.
The Internet is closely controlled in China. Most Western social media platforms are banned, and Beijing has invested heavily in a firewall that restricts access to thousands of websites it deems controversial.
But Chinese officials have reportedly punched a hole in the "Great Firewall" for the inaugural World Internet Conference, allowing more than 1,000 attendees to access parts of the Internet that are off limits to 1.3 billion Chinese.

Removing “Windows 7 Ultimate” from Login Screen!!

File that displays “Windows 7 Ultimate” on Login screen is: C:\windows\Branding\Basebrd\basebrd.dll
We just need to Rename it! In my case I renamed it to basebrd_bak.dll, But renaming it is not as easy
as u think!! it will need you to take permissions and Ownerships.
SO Lets Start:
Step 1: Right Click on C:\windows\branding\basebrd\basebrd.dll and goto Properties > Security Tab.
You can See that we have the permission of Read & Execute only. We need to get Full Control to
Rename the File.
Note: If you will try to take Permission from Edit Button, It will be Disabled.
Reason: Owner of the File is “Trusted Installer”
1
So You Need to take the Ownership of the file, For that:
Step 2: Goto Advanced > Owners > Click on edit to change the Current Owner.
Step 3: Select your User as New Owner
2 copy
Step 4: Click ok… ok.. ok.. and Restart the Properties > Security.
Now you can Take Full Control via Edit Button.
Step 5: Rename basebrd.dll to basebrd_bak.dll and Bazinga!!!
Windows 7 Ultimate is gone from Login Screen!! Happy hacking!!

National Cyber Security to come soon:DRDO

Intending to check cyber attacks on government websites in the country, the Centre is evolving a National Cyber Authority to lay down policies for Indian cyber world, a top DRDO official said here on Monday.
“We need to integrate the various cyber efforts across the country. There is a plan going on to set up a cyber authority – National Cyber Authority. But, that is still at evolution stage,” DRDO Director General Avinash Chander said.
“It would lay down policies and the methodology and then individual elements in the structure and actual execution would be planned,” he told reporters at DRDO’s Combat Vehicles Research and Development Establishment (CVRDE) lab here.
Observing that cyber warfare has become a concern, he said, “Malwares were getting into the system and corrupting it. Second was disruption of our communication signals. Another was attack on our economic. All these challenges have to be handled in a holistic manner. One way was that we have to slowly ensure that all the critical infrastructure was trustworthy.”
DRDO was also working on the country’s own routers and security systems so that it can mitigate the cyber threats.
He termed social media as yet another “challenge” to the country, as its was witnessed in Arab revolution, orange revolution and many others. “There also it is important that we are able to to control such inherent threats or internal threats. We should be able to isolate the threat from mixing with others.”
Replying to a query on the developing of Main Battle Tank Arjun Mark II, he said, “We have some problem with the missiles. All other aspects are fully cleared. We are trying to see what can be the best solution among the available options.”
Speaking about the designing future battle tanks, Chander said that people are talking about four-man crew, three-man crew, but the world is changing.
“Automation levels today were different from what was there earlier. By end of this decade, we want to have an unmanned tank or at least which can move along with the soldier,” the Scientific Advisor to Union Defence Minister said.
In the unmanned vehicle and systems, he said, UAV Rustom II was to go for flight trials with full configuration in the end of this year.
“We have developed an unmanned underwater system, which can go upto 400 metre depth and the Navy was quite enthused with it for removing mines, mapping, surveying. We are working with navy on what size will be best suitable to be fitted in the ships,” he said.
In the 12th five year plan, DRDO was going to take up a gun programme under armaments cluster. “We are also taking surface to air missiles – short range, long range – as part of this plan. We are also going to induct long range Agni V and Agni IV systems into the weapons. We will work on the manoeuvring systems in the future. In the next three years, we are going to design an anti-tank guided missile of a shorter range.”
DRDO scientists were also working on high altitude radars as well as the electronically scanned radars, which are going to fly in the LCA. “We are also going to make electro optic systems, electronic warfare system, which are going to get inducted in the ships by 2015-16.”
Asked why was the DRDO not giving opportunities to the private companies in defence production instead of PSUs, the Defence Secretary (R&D) said, “What it requires is some kind of a policy drive legislation change. Today, explosives are totally handled under the government control.”
“Definitely, I think, the time has come when we have to look for changes in our policy how to harness the national capability towards Defence’s efforts. I am sure this is a running question, which the government should be addressing in the coming period,” he said.
The canister-based test for Agni V in the second half of this year.
To a query on the erosion around Wheeler Island, off Odisha coast, the Union Defence Ministry’s only facility to test missiles, was “being stabilised and not much of erosion in the last few months.”

By- Aditya Maheshwari