Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Next gen USB 3.1 connector will be reversible, smaller than USB 3.0

In order to squeeze the ultra-fast 10Gbps USB 3.1 standard into the next gen of slim devices, he Usb 3.0 Promoter team has recently published the Usb Type-C connector.

It'll be comparative in size to existing Usb 2.0 Micro-B connectors, while carrying Usb 3.1 velocities and other unique focal points over current cables.

For beginners, the new look will be reversible like Apple's Lightning ports, importance at long last you won't need to stress over which end goes up.

Also, Type-C will carry adaptable power charging and the capability to support next-gen USB standards.

The downside is that it won't be perfect with existing connectors, however assuming that we don't need to do the flippy insert to embed a telephone link any longer, we'll take that exchange off in a New York minute.
SOURCE: USB


Monday, November 25, 2013

Build a PC From Scratch with Kano Computer Kit

Kano is a Pc kit created to help people of all ages assemble a pc from scratch, and learn basic coding skills. The kickstarter team that created this project has reached its $100,000 goal on Kickstarter in just 18 hours.

Powered by a Raspberry Pi computing module, the unit incorporates two guideline manuals, a custom case, a 8gb Sd card, a key-board, a speaker, a a power plug, and HDMI and mini-USB cables.

  For the unit's coding part, the group improved Kano Os, a distro of Debian Linux, and additionally Kano Blocks, a visual customizing dynamic that permits clients to advance with code blocks and then output the results in Javascript or Python for utilization in game programming or something else.

The kit, which costs $119, is scheduled to ship worldwide in July 2014.


Sunday, November 24, 2013

Developer ports iOS core to To Nokia N900, Opens Door To iOS Running On Non-Apple Hardware


Programming designer Winocm has figured out how to port the core elements of Apple’s iOS operating system to non-Apple devices. The code name of the core is the “XNU Kernel” and this is the thing that Apple improved over a decade prior to make the establishment of Os X (and later, ios). As might be seen in the picture above from Steven Troughton-Smith, the system is effectively running on a Nokia N900 smartphone.

 The port does not has any of iOS’s or OS X’s graphical interface elements and cannot run as a functional OS. Here is some additional hardware that can run the system:

  • ARM RealView Emulation Baseboard (ARMPBA8_ALT)
  •  ARM RealView Platform Baseboard for Cortex-A8 (ARMPBA8) 
  • Texas Instruments OMAP3530 (BeagleBoard/BeagleBoard xM) (OMAP3530)
  •  Texas Instruments OMAP3430 (Nokia N900) (OMAP3430_RX51) 
  • Texas Instruments AM335x (BeagleBone/BeagleBone Black) (OMAP335X)
Source is available on GitHub.


Saturday, November 23, 2013

Dropbox 3.0 with new design for iOS 7

Two months after the arrival of ios 7, the new Dropbox shows the work of Tim Van Damme, the designer who left Instagram to join the Dropbox design team a few months ago. Dropbox 3.0 brings, AirDrop support, a bunch of handy bug fixes and more.

 It's also simpler to send documents to different applications or save videos to your device, and Ipad owners can rapidly open documents in a full-screen view. For everybody else, Dropbox 3.0 is a superb overhaul that is quicker, looks great on ios 7, and gets ready the application for prospective additions.

You can get it on the App Store.
Dropbox 3.0 (Free) | iTunes App Store


Friday, November 22, 2013

Private Messaging The Next Feature Of Instagram

Instagram's been including features over the last few years — videos, web profiles, and an application for Windows Phone have been among the biggest additions to the application as of late. Right away, as per a report from Gigaom, the Instagram company is arranging its next real Feature: Private Messaging .

 After the finish of the year, a new release of Instagram is expected to launch that contains both one-on-one and group messaging features.


Thursday, November 21, 2013

Winamp is closing down

Winamp is closing down
The renowned worldwide media player Winamp will close down one month from now, over 15 years after its beginning release. Despite the fact that Winamp in the end lost fame, in the late '90s and early 2000s it was one of the go-to media players for listening to local music or radio streams.

 The application throws us back to our teen years (90s and early 00s), when we could download distinctive skins and modules to customize our music playing companion. Winamp was in the end purchased by Aol in 2002 from makers Nullsoft, and in spite of numerous endeavors to relaunch it with Mac and Android versions, the competition (i.e. iTunes) was just too strong.

 Despite the fact that no official excuse for why has been given in regards to the up and coming conclusion, the site basically says "Thanks for supporting the Winamp community for over 15 years."

Are you going to miss it?


Wednesday, November 20, 2013

How To View Snapchat Online

As of now, you still can view Snapchat photos online, Even if you do not have an Apple iOS or Android device, you can use a Mac or a Pc .
To install the PC version of Snapchat, you will require an Android emulator, for example Intellappup or Bluestacks. Bluestacks is user-friendly and compatible to use. Windows Xp operating system will be useful for the emulator to run consistently. A Google account is needed as you will be downloading the application directly from Google Play Store during the process of installing snapchat for pc.

Likewise, you require web connectivity to download the .apk record or the emulator.

  1. Download Snapchat apk file
  2. When you download the .apk, you will peruse for the apk file and open it utilizing the Android emulator. 
  3. The installation process will immediately start once the file is opened utilizing the Bluestacks Android emulator.


Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Snapchat Users Are Sending 400 Million 'Snaps' Daily

Snapchat Users Are Sending 400 Million 'Snaps' DailySnapchat users now send 400 million snaps everyday, consistent with a source at Snapchat. To put this number in view, Facebook team are even now reporting that 350 million photographs are uploaded everyday worldwide on the system, and that Instagram clients are uploading 55 million photographs day by day.

Note that Snapchat's 400 million number is for photograph and video messages . Be that as it may its likely Snapchat beats Facebook on photograph volume alone, as well. Video wasn't acquainted with Snapchat until December 2012, and the transferring and transmission of photograph messages that vanish remains Snapchat's fundamental capacity. Also, Snapchat has a much more modest client base than Facebook. So as Snapchat develops bigger, its substantial movement will presumably make it shoot path in front of Facebook on photograph volume. In

September, Snapchat reported that its users were uploading 350 million snaps daily. In June, that number was 200 million.


Sunday, November 17, 2013

Timeline Of Windows Operating Systems

In November of 1983 Microsoft published Windows 1.0. The Os wouldn't start until two years after the fact, yet that marked the start of Windows. In the 30 years since that day we have seen the Os experience numerous diverse changes, in both design and functionality. We supposed it might be cool to think again at how far Windows has come in 30 years.

Windows 1.0

Windows 1

Windows 1.0 was published on 20 November 1985. It was Microsoft's first endeavor at a multi-tasking graphical client interface-built Os on the PC platform. The shell of Windows 1.0 was Ms-Dos. Some prevalent applications in 1.0 incorporated Paint, Reversi, Clipboard viewer, Clock, Control Panel, Calculator, Calendar, Cardfile, Notepad, Terminal and Write.

 Windows 2.0

windows 2

Windows 2.0 was released in December of 1987. With some changes to the user interface, incorporating the capacity to overlap windows, it came to be more popular than Windows 1.0. The overlapping characteristic led to Apple filing a suit against Microsoft for copyright infringement.

Windows 3.0


Windows 3.0 was released in 1990. it emphasized a more refined user interface and enhanced design on account o virtual memory and device drivers. Windows 3.0 was the first huge victory from Microsoft. It sold 2 million copies in the first six months. This was additionally the first version of Windows with Solitaire.

Windows 95

Windows 95

Windows 95 was released on August 24, 1995. This was the first release of Windows to have the now popular “Start Menu.” The taskbar and Windows Explorer were likewise presented in Windows 95. Because of its upgraded interface and new Start Menu Windows 95 became a huge success.

Windows 98


On June 25, 1998 Microsoft released Windows 98. It looks very much alike to 95, however with some vital under the hood enhancements. USB devices and multi-monitor configurations were supported for the first time.

Windows ME


On September 14, 2000 Microsoft released Windows ME (Millennium Edition). This was the last Windows to be based off of Ms-Dos. it included user inteface upgrades and quicker boot times as well as better multimedia support. Me is most known for being one of Microsoft's most exceedingly terrible version because of compatibility and stability problems.

Windows XP


Windows XP was released on October 25, 2001. It became with new and nice user interface and numerous enhancements because of never again being Dos-based. This was the first release of Windows to be offered in different forms: Home and Professional.Windows Xp may be Microsoft's most amazing victory. There are numerous individuals who still utilize Xp to this day.

Windows Vista


Microsoft emulated the achievement of Windows Xp on January 30, 2007 with Windows Vista. it had new features from an updated Ui and specific regard for security features. Like Windows Xp, it was accessible in different forms. Vista is infamous for being hated by clients even after Microsoft made significant changes through upgrades.

Windows 7


After the calamity of Windows Vista it was the ideal time for Microsoft to backtrack to the staging phase. They jettisoned the frilly names and published Windows 7 on July 22, 2009. Windows 7 was more focused and minimal compared to the bloated Vista. Some of the big new features include an updated taskbar and better windows organization. Windows 7 was a huge victory.

Windows 8


On October 28, 2012 Microsoft published their most noteworthy change to Windows. In Windows 8 Microsoft removed the famous Start Button and Start Menu in favor of a touch-friendly “Metro” interface. Client response to Windows 8 was blended even from an optimistic standpoint, however gradually it has gotten embraced. With Windows 8 Microsoft is once again ahead of the times.

What was the first release of Windows you used? What was your favorite?


New iPhone 6 “Air” Concept [VIDEO]

A charming new iphone 6 "Air" concept

The concept picture is made by brightknight08. The iphone 6 "Air" characteristics an all-new plan with an ipad Air-like form and has customizable colours. There are also a new buttons, including a backlit proximity sensor in place of the home button and a silent button placed at the top that also works as the iPhone's power button. Additionally, brightknight08 packs a 4.6 inch Full Hd screen show with 450 ppi in the iphone 6 "Air".

 As per the most recent rumours, the approaching iphone 6 characteristics might incorporate a solar wireless charging feature. One of the most common complaints on iPhones is battery draining very fast. iPhone 6 release date is still unconfirmed. Watch the video of the new iPhone 6 "Air" concept below.