Never buy Yahoo server to host WordPress

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If you want to go ahead with WordPress than please don’t by Yahoo hosting. It was most frustrating server of my life. I had communicated yahoo customer care again and again but they were unable to resolve my problem. Yes yahoo’s speed is good but speed is not always important. Now-a-days, Security, SEO and caching… Read more »

How To Disable Last Seen Feature of WhatsApp

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FOR ANDROID DEVICES. First of all, download “Not Last Seen“ from HERE, then install the app. Now in app, mark “Block last seen“ option. Again open WhatsApp and you will notice that your Mobile connection automatically going offline. Now read messages and reply/send messages that you received in WhatsApp. That’s it.  You have read and… Read more »

10 Google Chrome Extensions for a Faster Browsing Experience

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Google Chrome offered so much promise at the start and for a while it was running circles around its closest competitor, Firefox. The last few months has seen the two browsers locked in a battle for second spot and this has largely happened as a result of the chunkiness associated with Google Chrome. Somehow Google gave way to the temptation of its competitors and started fiddling with the architecture that made Chrome—for a time—the fastest web browser on the market.

Cellphone, GPS data suggest new strategy for alleviating traffic tie-ups

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BERKELEY — Asking all commuters to cut back on rush-hour driving reduces traffic congestion somewhat, but asking specific groups of drivers to stay off the road may work even better. San Francisco Bay Area freeways colored according to how popular they are as connectors between other roads (bc) and the number of geographic areas that contribute… Read more »

Is the pixel about to die?

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A new vector-based video codec developed at University of Bath may signal the death of the pixel. The team behind the project, consisting of the University, Root6 Technology, Smoke & Mirrors and Ovation Data Services – are now looking for industry buy-in to the research to expand its potential applications. The codec was launched at the… Read more »

HTC Launches Dual-SIM Android 4.0 Based Desire SV With 4.3″ Screen

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ICS smartphone features an 8 mp camera with flash, 4 GB internal storage, and 1 GHz dual-core CPU. This week, HTC introduced its Android flagship phone One X+ andWindows Phone 8 devices 8X and 8S in India. The company seems to be on a handset-launching spree, as it has now brought out the mid-range Desire SV. This Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)smartphone comes with a 4.3″ Super LCD 2… Read more »