Monday, February 15, 2016

Google "Project Loon" balloon Sri Lanka for Internet testing

Google "Project Loon" balloon Sri Lanka for Internet testing

Google "Project Loon" balloon Sri Lanka for Internet testing


High Speed ​​Internet driven ball into the Google service known as "Salary Project" began its first tests in Sri Lanka Monday in a joint venture with Colombo, said the country's top IT manager.
One of three balls to be used in testing imported Sri Lankan airspace Monday to information and head of the Office of Communication Technology Muhunthan Canagey said.
"The first ball is our airspace closed this morning. It was launched from South America." Canagey told AFP. "He is currently in the south of Sri Lanka."

He said a Google team later this week is expected to the flight controls, test the spectral efficiency and other technical problems.

The government announced earlier this month it would take a 25 percent in a joint venture with Google to high speed Internet service powered by offering helium-filled balloons.
Sri Lanka is investing capital, but take the game in exchange for spectrum allocation for the project. Another 10 percent of the joint venture will be offered to existing telephone service providers on the island.

He promises to expand coverage and cheaper rates for data services.
Service providers will be able to achieve higher speeds and to improve the quality of their existing balloon once the project is performed.
Balloons, once in the stratosphere will be two times higher than commercial aircraft and barely visible to the naked eye. The balloons will have a lifespan of about 180 days, but can be recycled, according to Sri Lankan officials involved in the business.

Official figures show that there are 3.3 million mobile Internet connections and 630,000 Internet subscribers to fixed line of more than 20 million people of Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka to introduce the first country in South Asia to mobile phones in 1989, and the first to deploy a 3G network in 2004. It was also the first in the region to unveil a 4G network two years ago.

Friday, February 12, 2016

Car Insurance Quotes : Learn what you need to get the best auto insurance policy for you.

Car Insurance Quotes : Learn what you need to get the best auto insurance policy for you.

Whether you've just bought a new car, are looking to change insurance carriers or are simply shopping around, getting an online car insurance quote from Liberty Mutual is secure, quick and easy.


What Information Will I Need?
Your time is important, and we'll try to get you through the quote process as quickly as possible. In many cases we can fill your vehicle information in automatically based on public records, but to make things easier, it's best if you have the following information nearby:
Your current policy (if you have one) – this is helpful as a reference so you know what coverages you currently have
Driving record information from the last five years (including accidents, violations and claims) for all drivers you'd like included on your policy
Driver's license number(s)
Your car's make, model and year, as well as its Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
The odometer reading for each car you'd like an insurance quote for
The location where your vehicles are typically parked

What Factors Will Affect My Rate?
When you request an auto insurance quote online, there are three major factors when your rate is calculated:
Your Vehicle: The more expensive a car is to repair or replace, the more it costs to insure. Your vehicle's safety features can help lower your auto insurance quote, as can how often you drive the car and what type of driving it's used for (business or personal).
Your Address: Where you live and park your vehicle will affect your auto insurance quote.
Your Driving Record: Having fewer incidents such as accidents, moving violations or claims in your driving record will help lower your rate.
If you already have a car insurance policy and are comparing new car insurance quotes to determine what is best for you, make sure that you are comparing similar coverage, limits and deductible amounts. In most cases Liberty Mutual can provide multiple car insurance quotes, any of which can be customized to meet your car insurance needs.

What Coverage is Best for Me?
When purchasing a car insurance policy, you want to make sure that you're getting the coverage you need to fit your specific situation. You can learn more in our Car Insurance Coverage section. If you're not sure what type of coverage you need, try using our Car Insurance Coverage Calculator. This easy-to-use tool lets you review different levels of auto insurance coverage to help you determine what best fits your needs.

What if I Need to Talk to Someone?
If you need help during the online quote process, we have an extensive online help center, as well as a real-time chat feature. But of course you can also always give us a call or contact a Local Agent to get the same great insurance quote experience.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

iPhone 7 full Specification of Apple's 2016 iPhone

iPhone 7 full Specification of Apple's 2016 iPhone

iPhone 7: All the rumors about the specs, design and features of Apple's 2016 iPhone


It is during these earliest days of the product lifecycle, with the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus still in their relative youth, that the chatter concerning what shall come next is at its most fabulous. Since the day the new models first appeared in stores, Apple die-hards have been trawling the Internet in search of the rumors, leaks and dubious pronouncements made by anonymous supply chain sources.


And yet Apple remains as tightlipped as ever on what the next generation holds. So, what else can one do? Predicting the future of the iPhone has become a full-time, year-round sport, and we present here a curated collection of the most intriguing gossip about Apple's next big thing.

Editors' note: This story was originally posted on December 14, 2015 and last updated on February 9, 2016.

Announcement and release dates
According to Apple's traditional cadence, new iPhone models debut in the fall. The 6S and 6S Plus were unveiled on September 9 and hit store shelves on September 25, and we have every reason to expect the next major update to come around this same period in 2016.

Though no official invitations have been made yet, however, the company's next big event is rumored to be scheduled for March 2016. Given that the Apple Watch would be coming up on its first birthday in April 2016, it's likely that such an event would be focused on its successor. And while it's possible we could also see a new iPhone early in 2016, that would more likely be the rumored iPhone 6C -- an updated small iPhone to replace the aging iPhone 5S sitting at the bottom of Apple's current lineup.

Design
For the past several years, Apple's iPhone updates have followed a predictable cycle: major design changes in even-numbered years, followed by "under the hood" tech upgrades that keep the same basic physical chassis in odd-numbered "S phone" years. For 2016, then, a total redesign is a near certainty -- possibly with some dramatic innovations.

Amid rumors that the company has developed multiple iPhone 7 prototypes, Mark Gurman at 9to5Mac reports that Apple is experimenting with three different handset designs including a "completely new, thinner look," and a "backup" design that's similar to the iPhone 6S. More recently, MacRumors has suggested that the iPhone 7 will have a design that's "very similar" to that of the iPhone 6 and 6S, though without the antenna bands that run across the current generation. And we still expect the company to release two versions of the phone -- ostensibly, a standard-sized, 4.7-inch iPhone 7 and larger 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus.


Given the regularity with which folks drop phones in toilets and other bodies of water, could Apple develop a water-resistant or waterproof chassis? (By the way, here's what to do when it inevitably happens to you.) Other manufacturers have already gone there, of course: Samsung with the Galaxy S5, Sony with its Z5 Premium and Motorola with its entry-level Moto G. Still, the fact that Samsung did not make the Galaxy S6 waterproof suggests that it's not a critical feature for most consumers.

That noted, Business Insider reports that Apple has filed for a new waterproofing-related patent. Titled "Electronic Device with Hidden Connector," the application suggests that ports could be covered with a "self-healing elastomer." According to the patent description, iPhone ports equipped with this technology would be covered with membranes, which could be penetrated by a headphone or USB connector, for example, and which would seal back up once the connector is withdrawn.

Building on this narrative, 9to5Mac has reported that Apple is developing a new set of Bluetooth earphones that could be introduced simultaneously with the iPhone 7. The fruit of the company's acquisition of Beats Electronics, the new earphones, potentially called "AirPods," are rumored to be completely wireless, similar to the Motorola Hint.



One of the more interesting iPhone 7 predictions involves a move away from the physical home button. As CNET reported earlier, recent iPhone innovations -- specifically the pressure-sensitive 3D Touch screen and increasing always-on hands-free functionality of Siri -- have diminished the need for it, and that a buttonless iPhone would be a natural move for a company with such a strong preference for clean lines as well as simple design. That would also allow the large top and bottom bezels to shrink, effectively allowing Apple to squeeze a larger screen into the same size body. The trick, of course, would be keeping the all-important Touch ID fingerprint sensor somehow integrated into the device.

Note that the melodramatic iPhone 7 "leaked concept" video in circulation on social media has been flagged as a fake. The video shows a cleansuit-clad employee, ostensibly of Foxconn, one of Apple's longtime suppliers, handling a home button-less iPhone 7 until, offscreen, someone shouts, "Hey!". Nice try, folks.

Display
There is a particularly durable rumor about a sapphire display, which would offer a higher degree of scratch and shatter-resistance than the current models' Gorilla Glass. In fact, the higher-end Apple Watch models have sapphire displays -- as well as OLED technology that provides best-in-class black levels, contrast and colors on a growing assortment of smartphones (including the Samsung Galaxy S6).



Apple uses LED backlit LCD technology for the current iPhones' Retina displays, and there has been speculation that Apple will eventually switch to OLED displays, but not until 2018. So, this would likely debut on whatever model succeeds the iPhone 7.

Connections
One of the most most widely speculated upon topics to date involves the connectivity standards the iPhone 7 will support. Rumor has it that Apple may potentially omit the 3.5mm headphone jack, a standard on every preceding iPhone, in favor of an all-in-one Lightning connector. This would accommodate a thinner chassis -- perhaps shaving off as much as one millimeter. And there is fact to support this thesis: Philips showed off Lightning-only headphones earlier in 2015, though they apparently have yet to be released.

How about swapping out Lightning for USB Type-C? Despite its growing ubiquity as the standard for other smartphones, tablets and PCs, it feels unlikely. Yes, Apple made USB-C the only connector in its 2015 MacBook revamp, but the company has elsewhere doubled-down on Lightning in the past year, adding it to new Mac accessories, Beats speakers, the iPad Pro's Pencil accessory and the new iPhone Smart Battery Case.


Many Apple products continue to use Lightning even though USB Type-C is included on the newest MacBook.

The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus both come equipped with NFC to enable the contactless Apple Pay system. And yet Apple has yet to support the tap-to-pair capability of other NFC-enabled smartphones, which allow a user to tap a headphone or speaker to pair via Bluetooth. There was chatter about the possibility of enhanced NFC support in iOS 9, but it did not come to pass. Perhaps with the next generation.

Components
The iPhone 6S is a red-hot performer, showing off the improved speed of its new A9, 64-bit dual-core processor, enhanced Wi-Fi antennas and faster Touch ID sensor. And as each successive iPhone generation is expected to deliver improved speed, we expect to see an A10 chip powering the iPhone 7. Likewise, just as the 6S and 6S Plus got a bump in RAM from 1GB to 2GB, it's not unreasonable to expect to see an iPhone 7 that comes equipped with 4GB of RAM.


Powering the device is a a proprietary 64-bit A9 chip processor that Apple says offers 70 percent computing performance (CPU) and 90 percent faster graphics performance (GPU).

Screenshot by David Carnoy/CNET
In 2014, Apple doubled the top two tiers of the iPhone from 32GB and 64GB to 64GB and 128GB, but kept pricing the same. (The entry-level model remained at 16GB.) The company kept the same capacities for its 2015 line. Will it finally offer 32GB on the baseline model? Anything's possible, but getting customers to pay up for the 64GB model may be too much of a profit incentive to give up.

Related to the waterproofing rumors summarized above, the Commercial Times (via DigiTimes), reports that the iPhone 7 will contain "new compound materials" that will help hide the antenna, which is currently housed in bands on the back of the phone.

Another story that has surfaced involves the possibility of the iPhone 7 -- or perhaps the subsequent generation -- supporting wireless charging. One potential narrative has Apple narrowing connectivity to a single Lightning port, making it impossible to charge the phone and use wired headphones simultaneously. Hence: wireless charging. Mmmm...we'll see.

Camera
Many sources reported that there would be a significant step up in quality with the iPhone 6S's camera; a 10-megapixel camera and a two-lens DSLR-style camera were presented as two distinct possibilities. And though the 6S upped the standard iPhone's game with a much improved front-facing camera, only the 6S Plus features optical image stability capabilities that deliver higher quality photos and video in low light environments.



This time, there is lots of buzz about the rear-facing camera in particular. Several sites are reporting that the iPhone 7's back camera will sit flush with the case, instead of protruding slightly as with the iPhone 6 and 6S. A report by KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo claims Apple may create a version of the iPhone 7 Plus with two rear-facing camera lenses to offer and combine wide-angle as well as telephoto shots.

The technology would potentially leverage Apple's 2015 acquisition of Israeli technology company LinX Imaging, which has developed smaller sensors that can deliver DSLR-quality images with optical zoom and improved performance in darker environments. That noted, there are murmurs about Apple testing dual-lens technology from a number of Asian manufacturers. Though earlier rumors suggested that these higher-end features could appear on the standard iPhone 7 model, MacRumors has reported that only the 7 Plus will come equipped with this dual camera array.

AT&T Introduce ultraspeedy 5G field trial

AT&T Introduce ultraspeedy 5G field trial



5G, which stands for the fifth generation of wireless technology, promises a significant speed boost for Internet connections. On a 5G network, you could download the latest "Star Wars" film in seconds, not the minutes needed on today's networks. Its expected ubiquity will help connect millions of different devices, from lightbulbs to farming equipment, and allow them to talk with each other, and you.

Now AT&T has publicly come out with its 5G roadmap. It follows Verizon's vow to hold field tests this year.

AT&T, the nation's second-largest wireless, carrier said Friday that it planned to start development work on 5G technology with partners Ericsson and Intel in the second quarter. Field trials are expected to start in Austin, Texas, by the end of the year.


A 5G connection could greatly boost the speed of your phone.

The company's roadmap marks the next steps on the long journey to 5G. Though AT&T and Verizon are moving on tests now, the industry doesn't expect the technology to be widely available until 2020. With early work going into 5G now, the hype is building, thanks to the promise that it will bring a faster and more responsive network.

The rollout of 5G will enable all kinds of new opportunities. A more responsive network could let a doctor remotely perform superaccurate surgery with robotic hands, carriers and equipment makers have said. The increased capacity would also let you stream virtual-reality videos or games directly to your headset, or multiple streams of superhigh-definition video to all the big-screen televisions in your house.

"New experiences like virtual reality, self-driving cars, robotics, smart cities and more are about to test networks like never before," John Donovan, chief strategy officer of AT&T, said in a statement. "5G will help make them a reality."

It could even be fast and cheap enough to let you ditch your home broadband service. AT&T plans to roll out a home Internet service powered by this technology to a limited number of customers by the end of the year, according to a spokesman.

"What 5G will mean is that fixed wireless will become a realistic alternative or replacement for fixed Internet service, especially in rural America," said Roger Entner, an analyst at Recon Analytics.

Currently, your phone's speed is measured in megabits per second. With 5G, it will be measured in gigabits per second.

AT&T said its 5G network will deliver 10 to 100 times the speed of today's 4G connections.


Beyond speed, 5G networks are also designed to be more power efficient, allowing a connected sensor on a farm to run for 10 years on a single battery.

AT&T believes it can move more quickly by relying more on software than the typical upgrade process of adding new equipment. The company said it has worked on many of the key ingredients of 5G technology in its labs for years.

The company plans to use the data gleaned from the Austin trials to help guide full deployment down the line.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

The Pirate Bay Adopts Torrents Time To Let You Directly Stream Movies And TV Shows Online

The Pirate Bay Adopts Torrents Time To Let You Directly Stream Movies And TV Shows Online

Apparently, time is necessary for known services to adopt a new key feature that has fallen into streaming movies on the market and TV streams. It was literally just a matter of days from the platform emerged Torrents Weather introduce a method of transmission streams directly from a selected web browser. Now, The Pirate Bay, which is probably one of the most infamous torrent sites around, moved quickly to integrate Torrents service time to allow the streams that are transmitted directly through your site instead of allowing only the content is downloaded directly.
The time for efficient service Torrents works by negating the need for additional client to download BitTorrent and rebuild the parts of a torrent file. Historically, the torrents are files that have been downloaded in its entirety before using another media player or software to actually play the video file downloaded again. Torrents time does not pass through these stages, allowing a decision to install, which can then allow the stream to be transmitted directly into the web browser without additional client software or facilities.
 

In a move that may seem obvious to most, The Pirate Bay moved quickly to make this innovative solution is integrated into its popular, although the infamous site. Instead of just "Get This torrent" reduction options on all video streams, The Pirate Bay now has a new "current It!" No choice but to invoke the new functionality. The result is that visitors to the site can transmit television programs, movies and other video content directly without having to download the file and play really care.
The Pirate Bay is not clear that this feature is still in beta at the time so they use can potentially expect to encounter problems or failures. There is of course an installation package Torrents time and required the first time you interact with the new flow of it! functionality. Note that the service also has a warning about an IP address set you decide to access without a VPN anonymous. The reproduction of the chosen work flow when found enough pairs to transmit the selected video.

Friday, February 5, 2016

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BMW i8 review - The BMW i8 hybrid supercar lands from the future to reassure petrolheads that excitement and eco can co-exist

BMW i8 review - The BMW i8 hybrid supercar lands from the future to reassure petrolheads that excitement and eco can co-exist

BMW i8 review


Car makers so far aren’t in agreement on how to dress the future. Tesla, for example, based its electric technology around a conventionally good-looking car with the Model S. For the i8 supercar, BMW is basically saying, ‘dammit, this electric stuff is new. Let’s style it new, too’.

The i8’s swoops, cutaways and indents are taken straight from the 2009 concept car while the electric motor married to a highly tuned 1.5-litre turbocharged engine is equally bold.

We’ve seen million-pound hybrid hyper cars from McLaren, Ferrari and Porsche, but at just under £100,000 the i8 is flirting with affordable and no less exotic given it’s also built around a carbon fibre tub. It’s got breathtaking looks, right-on engine tech and heaps of government tax-breaks, but can it really deliver the on-road performance of the likes of rivals such as the Aston Martin Vantage V8 or Audi R8?

Tips on Choosing a Good Domain Name

Tips on Choosing a Good Domain Name

Before you rush out and choose your domain name or name your website, you might want to consider the following points:


Your Domain Name Should Be Your Website Name
Naming your site after your domain may seem obvious to some of you, but you'll be surprised to learn that not every website is named after the domain name even when the webmaster owns that domain name.

Naming a site after its domain name is important, for the simple reason that when people think of your website, they'll think of it by name. If your name is also your URL (ie, web address), they'll automatically know where to go. For example, when people think of thesitewizard.com, they don't have to wonder what web address to type into their browser to get there. The name of the site is also the URL.

Imagine if your business (or website) is called "Acme", but somebody else holds that domain name. Instead, you have some obscure domain name called, say, "mybusiness.com". What happens when your customers, recalling that Acme has a product they want, type "www.acme.com"? They'll end up at your competitor's website. One lost sale.

In the modern world of the Internet, where people automatically turn to the Web for information, it pays to have a domain name that reflects your site or business. There are just fewer things for your customers or visitors to remember. Moreover, you don't seriously think that they'll try to memorise ("memorize" in US English) an unrelated URL just because you want them to, do you? The only people who'll commit it to memory are your competitors who want to compare your prices.

What if you cannot get the domain name of your choice? It really depends on how committed you are to that particular name. If you have an existing brand name that you're known for, you'll probably not want to ditch that name just because you couldn't get the domain name. After all, it took you a lot of time and money to establish that name. If so, you might simply want to try to buy over the domain name from the current owner. Check up the "whois" information for the domain, and contact that person listed to see if they're willing to sell it. You probably should be aware that they are likely to want to charge a higher fee than you'll normally get when buying new domains (assuming they want to sell it in the first place).

On the other hand, if you're just starting out, you might prefer the cheaper alternative of trying to obtain a domain name first, and then naming your website (or business) after the domain that you've acquired. So if you've acquired, say, the domain name "acme.com", then your website and business might be named "Acme" or "acme.com". I know this seems a bit like putting the cart before the horse, but that's the reality if you don't want to lose out on the Internet.

Generic Names Or Brand Name Domains?
I know that a number of people seem to think that your domain name really must be some generic name like "cars.com" if you are selling cars. Witness, for example, how much money those generic names are being sold for. But seriously, if you were looking for a car, you'll probably already have some brands in mind, and you're more like to try out things like generalmotors.com or toyota.com rather than just cars.com.

For that reason, I personally feel that a domain name that matches your brand name is very important. The very name that you use to advertise your product is the name that you will want for your domain, because that is the first thing that people will try in their browser. It is also the easiest thing for them to remember, and whatever that is easily remembered, will be more likely to be tried out than the obscure domain name.

Long or Short Domain Names?
Domain names can be of any length up to 67 characters. You don't have to settle for an obscure domain name like avab.com when what you mean is AcmeVideosAndBooks.com.

Having said that, there appears to be some disagreement about whether a long or short domain name is better.

Some argue that shorter domain names are easier to remember, easier to type and far less susceptible to mistakes: for example, "getit.com" is easier to remember and less prone to typos than "connecttomywebsiteandobtainit.com".

Others argue that a longer domain name is usually easier on the human memory - for example, "gaepw.com" is a sequence of unrelated letters that is difficult to remember and type correctly, whereas if we expand it to its long form, "GetAnEconomicallyPricedWebsite.com", we are more likely to remember the domain name.

Some of these arguments are actually academic. It's increasingly difficult to get short meaningful domain names. I have not checked, but I'm fairly certain that names like "getit.com" and "good.com" have long been sold. If you manage to get a short domain name though, the key is to make sure it's a meaningful combination of characters and not the obscure "gaepw.com" in my contrived example above.

Long domain names that have your site keywords in them also have an advantage in that they fare better in a number of search engines. The latter give preference to keywords that are also found in your domain names. So, for example, if you have a site on free C++ compilers with a domain name like freecpluspluscompilers.com, it might fare better in a search for "free C++ compilers" than the corresponding page on my other website, thefreecountry.com.

Which would I go for? I'd go for the shorter name if I can get a meaningful one, but I'm not averse to longer names. However, I would probably avoid extremely long names verging on 67 characters. Aside from the obvious problem that people might not be able to remember such a long name, it would also be a chore typing it and trying to fit it as a title on your web page.

Hyphenated Names?
Should you get a hyphenated name? There are a few things to consider here:

Disadvantages
It's easy to forget the hyphens when typing a name. Many users are used to typing things like freecpluspluscompilers.com but not free-c-plus-plus-compilers.com. They'll probably leave out the hyphens and end up at your competitor's site.

When people recommend your site to their friends verbally, having hyphens in your domain name leads to more potential errors than when the name does not contain hyphens. For example, how do you think your visitors will refer to your site if it is named "acme-books-and-videos.com"? They might say, "I visited Acme Book and Videos dot com yesterday. It was fabulous." Their friends, remembering that comment later, might type into their browsers "acmebooksandvideos.com". Oops.

It's a pain in the neck to type. Enough said.

Advantages
Search engines can distinguish your keywords better and thus return your site more prominently in search results for those keywords occurring in your domain name.

The non-hyphenated form may no longer be available. At least this way, you still get the domain name you want.

Personally, I prefer to avoid hyphenated names if I can, but I guess it really depends on your domain name and your situation.

Plurals, "The", and "My" Forms of the Domain Name
Very often, if you can't get the domain name you want, the domain name registrar will suggest alternate forms of the name you typed. For example, if you wanted website.com, and it was taken (of course it is), it might suggest forms like:

thewebsite.com
mywebsite.com
websites.com

and the like, if they were not already taken as well. The question is, should you take them?

My personal opinion is that if you take the "the..." and "my..." forms of the domain name, you must always remember to promote your site with the full form of the name. Otherwise, people are likely to forget to affix the necessary "the" or "my". For that reason, I always advertise my sites as "thesitewizard.com" and "thefreecountry.com" in their full domain name forms, rather than just "Free Country" or "Site Wizard" (without the article).

On the other hand, I would not take the plural form of the domain name (eg, websites.com) if I cannot also get "website.com", since the chance of the visitor failing to type the "s" in the name is very great. Think about the famous name tussle between etoys.com and etoy.com. Many people wanting to go to etoys.com were apparently going to etoy.com instead. If it happened to them, it can happen to you too.

COM, ORG, NET, etc?
One common question I encounter is from people who can't get the ".com" domain of their choice, but find the ".net", ".org" or other country-specific top level domains (TLDs) available (like .de, .nu, .sg, etc). Should they try for these?

The answer is not as straightforward as you might think. If your website or business caters to the local community, such as a pizza delivery business or recruitment agency or the like, then it makes sense to get a country-specific domain. You actually benefit from having such a local domain because the people in your country know that they're dealing with a local entity, which is what they want. After all, if they stay in (say) the United Kingdom, they're not likely to want to try to order pizza from pizzaparlour.com, which suggests an international site. You'll have better luck calling it pizzaparlour.co.uk, ie, with a UK domain.

What if yours is a site or business that can benefit from an international audience? There are actually many schools of thought on this. I'll just mention a few common ones.

The first school of thought goes on the premise that it is better to have a domain name of your choice "myperfectdomain" even if it has a TLD of ".net", ".org" or some other country specific suffix, than to end up choosing an obscure domain name for the simple reason you can't get your first choice. Thus they would settle for domain names like "myperfectdomain.de" or "myperfectdomain.net" or whatever. Against this is the argument that if you get a country specific domain, people might think that your business only caters to that country.

Another school of thought finds that ".net" and ".org" extensions are actually quite acceptable domain names. For some, the ".org" suffix actually describes the non-profit nature of their organisation. So, for example, the famous Apache web server can be found at "apache.org".

Others settle for the ".com" suffix and no less. As grounds for their arguments, they cite the browser algorithms used to locate a website when a user simply types a name like "acme" into the browser. Apparently, the browser searches for a domain name "acme.com" before attempting "acme.net", etc. As such, people who do that will be delivered to your competitor's site if you do not also own the ".com" extension. Indeed, even if people do not rely on their browser to complete their typing, many simply assume a ".com" suffix when they type a domain name, so if your business is "Acme", they'll just assume your domain name is "acme.com" rather than "acme.net" or some other such name.

As you can see, there are actually good grounds for accepting any of the above views. My personal footnote to the above arguments is that if you get a domain name with a suffix other than ".com", make sure that you promote your business or website with the full domain name. For example, if your domain name is "dogandcatfood.net", make sure that when you advertise your site or business, call it "dogandcatfood.net" not "dogandcatfood". Otherwise people will assume a ".com" extension and travel to the wrong place.

In Conclusion...
In case the forest got lost in the trees (or the reverse) in my arguments here, let me reiterate the main point of this article: get that domain name before you start your site or business.

Don't make the mistake of attempting to retrofit your domain name to your business or website.  did not originally start out with that name, and I encountered a huge hassle (and lost visitors) as a result of the URL changes. Don't make that mistake too.

If you need help getting that domain name, check out my other article on how to register a domain name. In that article, I also include a list of some registrars that you can use, distinguishing the well-established ones from the less established but cheap ones (so you have a wider choice, depending on what is important to you). 

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Theri | Vijay, Samantha, Amy Jackson | G.V. Prakash Kumar | Atlee

Theri | Vijay, Samantha, Amy Jackson | G.V. Prakash Kumar | Atlee

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Theri (English: Spark) is an upcoming Indian Tamil action film written and directed by Atlee and produced by Kalaipuli S. Thanu. The film features Vijay, Samantha and Amy Jackson in the lead roles, while Prabhu and Raadhika Sarathkumar amongst others form an ensemble cast. Featuring music composed by G. V. Prakash Kumar and cinematography handled by George C. Williams, Theri will have a theatrical release in 2016.

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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Amazing Ice tsunami Caught On Cam

Amazing Ice tsunami Caught On Cam

Beachfront property makes for some pretty damn amazing views, whether it’s in the summer as the waves crash in, or in the winter, when everything is iced over. Except, of course, when the ice crawls up out of the water and goes on a murderous rampage against your house and family. Okay, maybe the ice isn’t actively seeking destruction and mayhem when it comes on land in a phenomenon known as an ice shove.




Ice shoves occur when strong winds or currents force the ice from the water’s surface to go on land. These events are also called “ice tsunamis” because of the way they come on land, but ice shoves are closer to icebergs than tsunamis in how they work.

The force from the ice shove can be powerful enough to knock over trees, houses, and docks that stand in its way.

Earlier this year, an ice shove occurred on the coast of Lake Winnebago, and Jim Morgenstern caught the event on film. In addition to piling up in the backyard shown in this video, ice also crept into the road, blocking the flow of traffic. Check it out here:

Monday, January 25, 2016

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Saturday, January 23, 2016

Google 'paid Apple $1bn in 2014 to keep search on iPhone'

Google 'paid Apple $1bn in 2014 to keep search on iPhone'

Google 'paid Apple $1bn in 2014 to keep search on iPhone'

Google paid tech rival Apple $1bn in 2014 to keep its search function the default option on iOS devices, Bloomberg reports.
A transcript of court proceedings from a copyright lawsuit against Google allegedly contains reference to a deal between the Silicon Valley firms.
The alleged agreement involves Google paying Apple a percentage of revenue - as much as 34% - gained through iOS devices.
Both companies declined to comment.
The BBC has not been able to verify the claims independently.
Bloomberg added that the referenced document has since been removed from the web.
"The transcript vanished without a trace from electronic court records at about 15:00," the report noted.
The court proceedings in question regard a lawsuit by Oracle Corp. in which the firm claims that Google used its Java software to develop Android but failed to pay for it.
'Lucrative business'
Analyst firms, such as Morgan Stanley, have quoted the $1bn figure in the past, but this appears to be the first time that a reference has been found in court documents.
"It's a very lucrative business to be the browser of choice on a device or the search engine on a device," Chris Green, a technology analyst at consultancy firm Lewis, told the BBC.
"It really does, I think, highlight the importance that's being put on being able to own real estate and the conduits through which people access information."
However, Mr Green also noted that it was generally quite common for companies to pay hardware vendors fees for the placement of software and services on devices and that sometimes that may indeed be a percentage of revenue gained as a result.

Other details about how Google manages its services emerged this week - including the fact that the firm removed 780 million "bad" advertisements from its sites last year.
By bad, Google said it was referring to ads which linked to malware, promoted fake goods or covered up website content.
In a blog post, the company said it had more than 1,000 people within its organisation responsible for weeding out these ads and that the number that had to be removed was increasing.
Some figures published by Google on advertisements include:
More than 17 million ads designed to trick or mislead people into clicking them removed
12.5 million ads blocked which violated Google's healthcare and medicine policy - such as ads for unapproved drugs

Friday, January 22, 2016

Free Pluralsight 6 Month Subscription

Free Pluralsight 6 Month Subscription

As many of you know, Pluralsight is one, if not the best source of on demand video learning. With over 4500 courses, and expert instructors it’s hard not to see the value of having access to such a great library. I am glad to tell you that until December 31st, You can get a free 6 months subscription to the full Pluralsight Library in order to learn those skills in the new year! If you see this blog post after December 31st , you should still be able to get a 3 month subscription!


Steps:

Sign up for the FREE Visual Studio Dev Essentials program that you can find here: https://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/products/visual-studio-dev-essentials-vs.aspx
After you create your account, Click on the “Get Code” under the Pluralsight Tile

The Tile will auto-refresh, and will now display “Activate”. Click on “Activate”


The Offer Code should be automatically populated, and you have to enter the other information before clicking “Activate Benefit”


Share with your friends and enjoy ,,,!!

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

20 Things A Girl Wants

20 Things A Girl Wants

20 Things A Girl Wants


Men complain that women are a bit complicated. But if you carefully take a deeper look, you will understand what a girl wants. Of course, nobody on this planet can claim full knowledge when it comes to understanding women.

 But yes, you can start somewhere instead of wondering how to please her. You may go wrong once or twice but gradually you may figure out what pleases your girl and what irks her. Don't worry even if you make a mistake. Simply say sorry and try other things which might impress her.

Are you wondering why you should really take steps to impress her? Well, once you are in love with someone, you will naturally try to make that person happy.

In fact, we love someone because it makes us feel good. So, trying to please her will surely give you a kick. Try it out without looking desperate. Here are some ways to start off.


1. Touch Her Waist 

Be careful when you do this. If you are not emotionally close enough to her or if she is not in the right mood, this might back fire. But otherwise, she will surely like it.




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Bedtime Secrets To Look Like A Princess In The Morning

Bedtime Secrets To Look Like A Princess In The Morning

Bedtime Secrets To Look Like A Princess In The Morning


 It is possible to get a younger and glowing skin overnight, so that you will look like a princess in the morning. Surprised?
These bedtime beauty tips are simple and can be done within no time at all. Since you are usually free before bedtime, you can use these beauty tips to get a glowing skin when you wake up the next morning. These beauty tips work overnight on your skin to give effective results the next morning. Any beauty tips done at bedtime will give you better results as compared to those done during the day. In the morning, our skin looks dull and our hair tends to become frizzy.

Why not make full use of the night time to enhance our beauty, as during the night even a simple beauty treatment can do wonders for your skin. Night-time beauty care is very important to get a younger and beautiful skin, as during the night our skin gets repaired and new cells are formed. Therefore, adding some more effects to our skin in the form of beauty oils and masks can help in the repairing process of the skin.

Here are some best beauty secrets that you can follow to get a glowing, beautiful and younger-looking skin within 15 days.


Remove Wrinkles
Under The Eyes To remove wrinkles fast under your eyes, mix together one egg white, 1 teaspoon of olive oil and a few drops of rose water. Apply it under your eyes where wrinkles are seen more and keep this overnight. Do this for 15 days to get a wrinkle-free skin.

For Straight And Shiny Hair In the morning,
you may find your hair looking entangled and frizzy. Now, you need not have to worry, as you can just apply a conditioner on your dry hair before going to bed. Keep it overnight and wash it the next morning.

For Thick Eyelashes
To get thick eyelashes in 15 days, brush your eyelashes with a mascara wand after applying some olive oil on them. Do this for 15 days, before going to bed as a ritual. You can also use coconut oil or castor oil.

 For Soft And Supple Lips
Before going to bed, massage your lips with some almond oil and salt. Keep it overnight and, in the morning, you will notice plump and soft lips.

Monday, January 18, 2016

Five Ways to Save Your Relationship of Love

Five Ways to Save Your Relationship of Love

Five Ways to Save Your Relationship of Love



On the other hand, a difficult, stressful relationship can be hazardous to your health. Hostility in intimate relationships increases your risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, sudden death, and  suppresses your immune system.

Here are 5 things you can do to immediately begin to improve the quality of your relationship:

1) Tend To Your Own Garden

How much time do you spend thinking about or complaining about what he or she is doing wrong? Catch yourself, and stop. Consciously turn your focus, at that moment, to what would be the best thing you could do, right now, to look after yourself and your own life.

Could you call a friend? (note: this would be to say hello, not to complain!) Are your finances in dire need of attention? Could you do something around the house that you've been putting off that's weighing on you? How about going for a walk, or a trip to the gym, to burn off your frustration and those extra pounds?

There's always something more productive that you can do rather than stewing or complaining. Clearly, if you're upset and there's a major conflict in your relationship, it needs to be addressed at some point (women, in particular, who hold in resentments and unexpressed anger are at greater risk for early death). However, if you spend a significant amount of your life energy being angry with or complaining about your partner, resolve to take the attention off of them and onto what needs to be attended to in your own life.

2) Learn to be Happy, No Matter What They Do

If your happiness depends on what another person does or doesn't do, you're sure to be miserable at some point, if not most of the time.  When you're enjoying a perfectly good day and someone marches in and starts dumping their anger or frustration or bad mood on you, become aware of this phenomenon and catch yourself before you get "infected" by their emotional state. Don't let them drag you down!

Decide to be happy, no matter what. Find, or create, things about your life that you enjoy, and focus on them when things get tough.

3) Listen to Your Body

Hostility and resentment hurt you more than they do the other person, especially if you keep feeling resentful even when the person's not with you! Learn to recognize signs of tension and poor health in your body: stomach pains, neck or back pain, headaches.

At the first sign, assess the situation and do something that helps you immediately feel better (note: lashing out at your significant other does not count!).

When things get stressful or confrontational with my husband, particularly if I feel I'm being treated unfairly, I'll start to get a headache. When I do, I know it's time to gracefully remove myself physically from the interaction and do something to care for myself, such as taking a walk with my dog or a hot bath. Once things have de-escalated, we can revisit the issue from a calmer, more balanced place (usually on another day!).

4) Own Your Own Buttons

If your partner knows just what to do or say to set you off, don't blame them for your reaction. You can't control what someone else does, but you can control what you do.

Learn to recognize your own "hot buttons", and notice yourself as you start to react. Stop, go to another room, do something silly, give them a big wet kiss (like you mean it), whatever it takes to interrupt your reaction. It's not always easy, and you'll fail sometimes, but once you get good at this you will be amazed by how much less drama and conflict you experience with your significant other.

5) Focus on What's Good

Make a point of focusing on what you like about the other person, and what's good (and what could be better) in your own life. Even if ninety percent of what the other person does drives you batty, remind yourself - and them - frequently about what you do appreciate.

I've observed this phenomenon time and again: when you focus on the good things about another person, and simultaneously begin attending to the neglected areas of your own life, the other person will often begin to miraculously improve on their own. Talk about a win-win!

P.S. If you're too angry or resentful to want to do it for "them", do this for yourself and your health!

"Any person capable of angering you becomes your master; he can anger you only when you permit yourself to be disturbed by him." - Epictetus
Easy way to Remove Sun Tan From Your Body

Easy way to Remove Sun Tan From Your Body

Became white beauty


Summer is here! All you lovely ladies must be excited to put on your summer dress and have some fun outdoors. But all the fun goes away as you get the ugly tan not only in your face but also hands and feet. Suntan can be really embarrassing especially due to dual skin tone.

It is has been observed that the majority of the ladies are concerned about tan in their face and completely ignore their hands and feet. Sunburn on any part of the body should not be ignored as they look really ugly.

How to get rid of Suntan?
Most of the ladies go for bleach and other cosmetic treatments to get rid of the tan. Such treatments might lighten the skin instantly, but in the long run they bring harm to the skin. Sunburn are stubborn they do not go away easily, so you need some patience to deal with them. Here are few home remedies for sun tan removal that will lighten the skin tone, as well as restore back its lost luster.

Lemon


Lemon juice works wonders to remove sun tan as it has natural bleaching properties. You can directly apply the juice on the affected area and once it dries up wash it with water. Even the mixture of lemon juice and honey will help you in getting rid of the stubborn tan.



Cucumber


Cucumber is known to be a great remedy to get rid of  the tan while its cooling effect soothes the skin. The Vitamin C in the cucumber also keeps the skin moisturized. Make a face pack with cucumber, rose water and lemon juice and apply it on the face. Keep it for 30 minutes and once you remove it you will see great results.
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Tomato


Tomato also works great in removing sun tan. It has anti-oxidants property, minerals, and vitamins that help in making the skin look healthy. To remove the tan, you can make a mask by mixing tomato pulp, one tablespoon of yogurt and some oatmeal. Remove it after 5-10 minutes and get clear as well as glowing skin.

Potato


An excellent natural remedy to remove sun tan is Potato. It is rich in Vitamin C and so works as a great bleaching agent. Cut peeled potatoes and make a paste in the blender. Apply it on the affected area and wash it cold water after 20 to 30 minutes. To get best results add lemon juice to the paste.



Aloe Vera


The goodness of Aloe Vera is very effective in removing the sunburn and helps in lightening the skin. If it is applied directly to the affected area it will both cleanse as well as nourish the skin. Use it regularly to get the best results.
These homemade remedies can only effective if you religiously follow them.



Apart from these natural solutions to remove sunburn, always cover yourself during summers and drink lots of water to keep your skin hydrated. Make sure you use a sunscreen whenever you step out of the sun. Regularly moisturize and exfoliate your skin to ensure its good health. Once you come back from outdoors make it point to wash your face with cold water and also use a face wash to remove dirt and oil from the face.

Try these remedies at home and share your experiences with us.