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Friday, 28 April 2017

Facebook Messenger Lite now in Nigeria and 150 other countries

Facebook launched the Messenger Lite application for Android last October, however up until this point it was accessible just in a few nations. This variant of the organization's Chat application is lighter than the Main Messenger Making beyond any doubt that everybody can have an extraordinary experience with Messenger independent of the age of their cell phone is vital to us. This is why today the facebook Messenger Lite is accessible in 150 extra nations including Germany, Colombia, Italy, Vietnam, Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria, Peru, Turkey, Japan, Taiwan and the Netherlands.

                                         Facebook messenger lite

So on the off chance that you have an older phone that doesn't have a great deal of memory(RAM), or has restricted processor speed, and you want the benefit of messaging quickly with any of the 1.2+ billion people using Messenger every month, give Facebook Lite a try!

Messenger Lite needs less memory and processing power to work, and it even uses less data than the full-fledged application. The uplifting news is that Facebook has now at long last chosen to grow Messenger Lite's reach.

Messenger Lite offers Messenger's main components like messaging, photo and link sharing and stickers, but lacks the more data-consuming new elements like Messenger Day, camera effects and the outside developer application platform.If you couldn't care less about any of those things, you'll be fine.If you feel that the primary Messenger application slows down your phone yet need to want to use the service anyway, Lite is the best option there is. Download it from the Play Store here.
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Thursday, 27 April 2017

FACT! Your Tongue has a UNIQUE Print,Just like the Finger print

Try not to stick out your tongue if you want to hide your identity. Similar to fingerprints, everyone also has a unique tongue print!
                                         
A biometric-checking gadget takes information around an individual's physical or behavioral traits and then converts it into a type of computerized data that can be read and accessed  at whatever point required. This type of distinguishing proof is very fruitful when contrasted with different techniques, which oblige people to convey physical articles, similar to cards or keys, as these physical properties can't be "misplaced" or 'lost'.

The tongue is a remarkable organ in that it can be stuck out of mouth for examination, but then it is generally all around secured in the mouth and is hard to forge. The tongue additionally introduces both geometric shape data and physiological texture data which are conceivably helpful in identity check applications. Moreover, the demonstration of physically coming to or pushing out is a persuading evidence for the liveness. In spite of these undeniable focal points for biometrics, little work hasb een done on this topic.
                                      tongue shape
Two principal properties are measured for a tongue print. To start with is the tongue shape, as the state of the tongue is one of a kind to everybody. A few people have long tongues, while others have short ones. These are quite recently the essential sorts, yet there are a wide range of tongues out there; truth be told, you'd be astonished at what number of various shapes of tongues really exist. Here are only a couple of them:
                                      tongue structure
The other remarkable component is the surface of the tongue. Tongues comprise of various edges, wrinkles, creases and denote that are exceptional to each person.

These physical qualities are recorded utilizing a 'tongue picture procuring gadget', which is essentially a cutting edge advanced camera, and so prepared utilizing tongue analytic programming. The camera gives radiant picture quality utilizing a '3-in-1' sensor blend. It can duplicate the littlest subtle elements of the tongue in differed splendid hues. There is additionally a 'Pixel Fusion Technology" that can catch even the most unpretentious shades and subtle elements of the tongue. The picture is then additionally prepared utilizing specific programming that makes utilization of various visual charts, histograms and different instruments to map an individual utilizing their tongue.

Therefore, in the future, if you ever get into an argument with a stranger while you’re attempting to stay in secret, don't stick your tongue out! When this innovation turns out to be more across the board, you may very well ruin your disguise!
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Wednesday, 26 April 2017

FACT! The First alarm clock invented could just Ring at 4am

Today I took in a quite fascinating reality about alarm clocks and their creation. An alarm clock or a wake up timer  is a clock that is intended to wake an individual or gathering of people at determined times. The essential capacity of these timekeepers is to stir individuals from their night's rest or short snoozes; they are once in a while utilized for different updates also.

                                         
     Most utilize sound; some utilization light or vibration. Some have sensors to distinguish when a man is in a light phase of rest, keeping in mind the end goal to abstain from waking somebody who is profoundly snoozing, which causes tiredness, regardless of the possibility that the individual has had satisfactory rest. To stop the sound or light, a catch or handle on the clock is squeezed; most timekeepers naturally stop the alert if left unattended for a long time. A great simple wake up timer has an additional hand or inset dial that is utilized to determine the time at which to enact the alert. Wake up timers are likewise found on cell phones and watches.

An early model of the wake up timer was imagined by the Greeks around 250 BC. The Greeks manufactured a water clock where the raising waters would both keep time and in the end hit a mechanical bird that set off a disturbing shriek.

The first alarm clock or wake up timer was concocted by Levi Hutchins of  New Hampshire, in 1787. Be that as it may, the ringing ringer alert on his time could ring only at 4 am. On October 24, 1876 Seth E Thomas invented a mechanical twist up alarm clock that could ring at your coveted time and was soon licensed.
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Tuesday, 25 April 2017

4 Easy ways to REMOVE PDF PASSWORD or UNLOCK A PDF FILE

Some PDFs are encrypted with a password, which you'll need to enter each time you want to view the document. If you're keeping the PDF in a secure location, you can remove the password to save yourself some inconvenience.
                                          REMOVE PDF PASSWORD

We'll cover four ways to do this here: A convenient trick that works in all operating systems with applications you already have,the official method that requires Adobe Acrobat.These methods assume you know the password to the encrypted PDF file,while the other methods just REMOVE PDF PASSWORD.Unfortunately, there's no easy way to UNLOCK A PDF FILE password if you don't know it.

1. A Convenient Trick: Print to PDF

This may seem a little silly, but you can easily and conveniently remove the password from a PDF file by opening it and printing it to a new PDF. Your system will create a duplicate copy of the PDF, and that duplicate copy won't have a password.

This trick will only work if the PDF doesn't have any printing restrictions. However, many PDF files are just password-protected to provide encryption and can be printed normally once you provide the password.

Open the passworded PDF document. Click the "Print" button on the PDF toolbar while viewing the password-protected document.
                                 REMOVE PDF PASSWORD

Click the "Change" button under Destination and select "Save as PDF". Click the "Save" button and you'll be prompted to provide a name and location for your new PDF. Your new PDF will contain the same content as the original PDF, but won't be password-protected.
                                 Print to PDF
This method will work in Chrome on any operating system, but you can perform the same trick with other applications and PDF printers. For example, Windows 10 includes a PDF printer, which means you can do this in Microsoft Edge or any other PDF viewer on Windows.

For example, open a password protected PDF document in Microsoft Edge and provide the password to view it. Click the "Print" button on the PDF viewer toolbar after you have.
                                  Use Adobe Acrobat Pro

Select the "Microsoft Print to PDF" printer and click "Print". You'll be prompted to choose a name and location for your new PDF file.

You can do this trick in any PDF viewer on Windows 10. Just select the "Microsoft Print to PDF" printer. On older versions of Windows, you'll need to install a third-party PDF printer before you can perform this trick (or just use Chrome).
                                   Print to PDF

This method also works in other operating systems. On a Mac, you can do this with Preview, or any other PDF viewer and the built-in PDF printing feature.

Open the protected document in Preview and provide the password it requires. Click File > Print to open the print dialog.
                                    Print to PDF
Click the "PDF" menu button at the bottom of the print dialog and select "Save as PDF". Enter a file name and location for your new PDF file when prompted. The new PDF file will have the same contents as the original, but no password.
                                     Print to PDF

2. The Official Method: Use Adobe Acrobat Pro

This is a different program from the free Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF viewer that most people have. Adobe Acrobat Pro will work even if the PDF has printing restrictions, and can't be printed in other applications using the above trick.

Open the PDF file in Adobe Acrobat Pro and provide its password to view it. Click the lock icon at the left side of the window and click "Permission Details". You can also click File > Properties and click the "Security" tab.
                                        Use Adobe Acrobat Pro    

Click the "Security Method" box, select "No Security", and click "OK" to remove the password.
                                        Use Adobe Acrobat Pro
Click File > Save to save your changes. You can also just close the Adobe Acrobat Pro DC window and you'll be prompted to save your changes. The password will be removed from the original PDF file once you have.
Your new PDF will contain the same content as the original PDF, but won't be password-protected.
                                        Use Adobe Acrobat Pro        
Click the "PDF" menu button at the bottom of the print dialog and select "Save as PDF". The new PDF file will have the same contents as the original, but with no password protection.

3. Unlock PDF files Online

Unlock PDF files Online
     
 Upload your password protected file using the “My Computer” “Dropbox,” or “Google Drive” buttons above and then click on the "unlock" button to download your PDF.
      After uploading your file, you may save it to your desktop or preferred folder and begin the        editing process.
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4. Free PDF password remover or cracker

      There are so many free softwares online that can perform this task. Below is a list of some very            useful ones.



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Wednesday, 19 April 2017

5 Points to consider in taking better Photographs today

In today's cell phone driven  world, almost everyone  has a camera in their pockets at all times, and the final product is a large number of pics scattered everywhere throughout the web. Obviously, anybody can snap a photograph and upload it, however taking a decent pic is another story.

Most people assume that taking a nice picture is a very easy thing, however remember photography is no simple aptitude to ace. There are plenty of components that go into shooting a decent photo, and the same general tenets apply to any camera (in the event that you need to exceed expectations, that is.
Things are somewhat different with cell phones when contrasted with a conventional camera, however. This is the reason we are giving you an extensive instructional exercise for making the best out of your cell phone's camera. Let's begin yeah?

1. CLEAN YOUR LENS

                                      camera lens 
The primary spot to begin when attempting to take a decent picture is to clean your cell phone's camera focal point {lens}. These every now and again get to be messy and the outcomes will be a foggy picture. Each time you go to take a photo, give the lens a brisk wipe on your T-shirt first to clear away any grime.


2. COMPOSITION

                                picture composition
“composition” describes placement of relative objects and elements in a work of art. Consequently, composition is a key aspect of a good work of art. There is hardly a way to overemphasize the importance of composition. Any aspiring artist ought to give composition of his work a lot of attention. A good composition is one that has just enough detail. Too few elements is bad because it robs the work of art of necessary detail that makes correct interpretation possible. It also ruins the balance of an image. And too many elements can be very distracting as well. Good composition requires good balance. It is best to make sure all the elements present are necessary for the idea or story you are trying to pass on.
Basically, creating a picture implies organizing components inside it in a way that suits the center thought or objective of your work best. Masterminding components should be possible by really moving the articles or subjects. A decent case for this case is picture or still life photography.
Composition is a method for directing the viewer's eye towards the most imperative components of your work, now and then – in a certain request. A decent composition can make the dullest objects and subjects in the plainest of environments look like a masterpiece. Then again, an awful creation can destroy a photo totally, in spite of how fascinating the subject might be.


3. BACKGROUND

                                           picture background
The background is generally as essential as your subject. Ensure it looks great; if not, in any event keep it clean. Guarantee there is no garbage or clear disparities. Keep an eye out for purposes of getaway (diversions) that will lead your viewers far from your subject. This would incorporate splendid lights or hues, and striking objects.



4. DON'T USE FLASH

camera flash


Flash photography is quite tricky. Individuals invest years attempting to perfect it, so for most amateur users it accomplishes more mischief than good to utilize the flash. Especially if you are going to be using a single-direction, low-quality flash like the ones you find in smartphones.They will more often than not botch up your highlights, explode the shadows and make an extremely unnatural look.

I would just never utilize the flash unless i am in an exceptionally dim spot with no counterfeit lighting to offer assistance.


5. ACTIVATE TOUCH TO CAPTURE OR VOLUME BUTTON FOR SELFIES



                                       volume button
when shooting a selfie, it's very easy to drop your phone when trying to press the capture button. By activating touch-to-capture under camera settings, it's difficult to miss the trigger: it turns into the entire screen.

Then again, contingent upon which is your favored hand, it might be less demanding to press the volume controls. This alternative isn't accessible on every gadget, yet in the event that it's on your handset you ought to discover it in the settings menu under volume control capacity, or use volume control as.



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Friday, 14 April 2017

How to Run Android OS on Your Computer

This tutorial gives details on How to Run Android OS on Your Computer. Android isn't largely thought of as a desktop operating system, but if you're curious about how Google's mobile OS works, running it on a device you already have isn't a bad idea. This will give you an idea of what to expect on a phone or tablet, all without making a single change to your laptop or desktop since you can easily do this from a flash drive or memory card.
                                 How to Run Android OS on Your Computer

Step One: Prep Your Hard Drive and Install Android

With all your data backed up, you'll need a build of the Android x86 project from here. I'm testing the 64-bit version of Android 6.0, but feel free to pick which one works best for your current setup. Click the "view" button to start the download-- depending on your internet connection speed, this could take a bit of time to finish.

                                   

While that's downloading, you'll also want to download Rufus, a free Windows tool that will install Android onto the flash drive for us. It's completely portable, so download and store it wherever you want-- no installation necessary.

Launch Rufus once everything is finished. You may get a warning from Windows asking if you want to allow Rufus to make changes to your device-- just click "Yes.".

                                  

With Rufus up and running, go ahead and choose your USB drive in the top dropdown box. this is a crucial step to get correct, since Rufus will erase the drive in question. If you have more than one removable drive inserted into your computer, double-check the drive letter to make sure you're installing to the correct one!
                                    

Next, make sure "FAT32" is selected from the File System dropdown.

                                     

Lastly, tick the "Create bootable disc using" box, then select ISO Image from the dropdown.

                                    

Click the little CD drive-looking icon next to "ISO Image" to select the Android x86 ISO file you downloaded earlier.
                                 
                                    

Once your file has been selected, it will do a quick scan-check of the file to confirm all is well. Assuming everything checks out, you're ready to install this thing. Click the Start button to make it happen.
                                      
                                     

A dialog box should appear here letting you know that the file is an ISOHybrid image, which makes it can be written one of two ways: as an ISO or DD image. The default and recommended method-- ISO Image-- should be pre-selected. Go ahead and click "OK" to confirm.

                                     

One more warning will appear to let you know that everything on the drive will be erased. Click "OK" to move forward, brave soldier.

                                     

The process of installing the ISO to the drive shouldn't take long at all. A green progress bar will show up at the bottom to let you know when the process has been completed. You can close Rufus and remove your flash drive once it's done.

                                       



Step Two: Boot From Your USB Drive.

Next, you'll want to boot your computer from that USB drive. You may have to alter some settings in the BIOS to do this, or your computer may allow it out of the box. You can read this guide for more info.

Provided everything is set up properly, you should be able to just start your PC and press a key like F10 or F12 to enter a boot menu (this may vary from computer to computer). From there, select your USB drive.

                                      How to Run Android OS on Your Computer

After you get it all figured out, a menu will show up asking how you 'd like to run the installation: Live CD mode or Install it to the hard disk. Since we're just testing things out here, choose the first option to run Android x86 without installing it.

                                        How to Run Android OS on Your Computer

After a few seconds, you should see the Android boot animation. Give it a few, and the setup menu will appear.
  
                                 
How to Run Android OS on Your Computer


Go ahead and follow the on-screen instructions to get logged in with your Google account-- it's all smooth sailing from here, just like setting up any other Android device.

                                 


Using Android x86 on Your Computer.

If you've used Android before, you'll find the experience to be exactly the same as a tablet or phone. The keyboard and mouse should work fine with Android, though using an operating system designed for touch with a mouse is always going to be slightly awkward. The experience should feel much more natural if you have a touch screen laptop.
                                    

Here are a few additional pointers:.

Touchpad gestures, like two-finger dragging and whatnot, will work perfectly in Android. Hover over the notification bar and drag down with two fingers-- the notification shade should appear.
Long-pressing works exactly the same as on a touch device: just long-click the mouse. Right clicks won't work.
The Windows key works as a home button-- pressing it will send you right back to the home screen.
All media keys should also work out of the box. Volume, track, and brightness controls for music were flawless on my test system (a Dell XPS 13).
The camera app should also work if your laptop has a webcam.
When you're ready to exit Android x86, just hit your computer's power button. The "Power Off" dialog will show up just like normal-- power down, remove your USB drive, and restart the computer to get back into Windows.
                                       

Your mileage may vary with all of these things depending on drivers and what not, but in my experience, everything worked swimmingly.

It's also worth noting that this is still very much a beta project-- plan on experiencing certain quirks and bugs during your use. You could use it as your daily operating system, but it doesn't appear to be intended for that sort of use right now. You could also reboot from USB and choose the "install to hard disk" option and enjoy. Just make sure you back up your data first.
Enjoy Running Android OS on Your Computer.
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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

How to track your phone's location online using Tile

Tile is a fantastic little gadget that can help you find your lost keys or wallet. However, it can also locate and ring your phone, even if you never buy a single physical Tile. Here's how to find your lost phone using the Tile app on the web.
                        How to track your phone's location

For simply locating or ringing your phone, you can use Android Device Manager or Find My iPhone (and it's probably a good idea to set those up anyway). Tile comes in handy since in addition to finding or ringing your phone, you can track it down in person with a Tile tracker directly.

When you create your Tile account, your phone will be registered as its own Tile. If you have a physical Tile Mate or Tile Slim, you can double-click the button beneath the logo to ring your phone if it's within range.

                        How to track your phone's location
Enter the email address and password associated with your Tile account and click Sign in.

                        How to track your phone's location

You'll see a map of the last place your phone was last seen once you're logged in. Click on it in the gray box to the left if you need to ring or notify your phone.
                        How to track your phone's location

Click the gray Connect button.
                        How to track your phone's location
From here, you have two options. You can click the green Find button to ring your phone. This will make your phone ring, even if it's on silent. Use this if you think you're near your phone so you can hear it under the couch cushion or in your other pants pocket. The other option (which we'll come back to) is a blue button labeled "Lost Mode ON." This lets you send a notification to your phone that anyone who finds your phone can see. For now, click Find.
                        How to track your phone's location

On your phone, you should hear a ringtone. The Tile app will also open and a card will appear at the top of the screen to let you know that someone is remotely ringing your phone. Take steps to secure your account if you ever see this notification when you're not trying to find your phone. If you're the one finding your phone, tap "Stop ringing."
                                                   How to track your phone's location

Click this button to send a notification to your phone. If your phone was stolen, this won't be much help, but if it was picked up by a helpful stranger, you can use this to reach out to them and hopefully get your phone back quicker.
                         How to track your phone's location

Click the Edit pencil icon in the top-right corner of the gray box.
                         How to track your phone's location

You can enter a phone number that the person who found your phone can call you on. If you're with a friend or family member, enter their phone number and then the person who found your phone can call them so you can arrange a pickup.
                           How to track your phone's location

Next, you can enter a customized message that your phone's finder will see. By default, it says "Help, I'm lost! Please call my owner." It will be shown separately if you entered a phone number in the previous step. If you need to, you can also customize this message. For example you can write "I'm coming back to the bar, please leave my phone with the host stand!" or similar instructions.
                           

On the next screen, you can preview your message before you send it. If you need to change anything, click the back arrow in the top-left corner of the gray box. Otherwise, click Done.
                             

On your phone, you'll get a notification that looks like this. Hopefully whoever finds your phone will notice it.
                              How to track your phone's location
As long as your phone stays on and connected to the internet, you should be able to follow its GPS location to track down your phone. The ringing and notification features are helpful add-ons that can help you narrow down where you lost it.


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