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  • Sunday, 22 July 2012

    SONY XPERIA S REVIEW AND SPECIFICATIONS

    SONY XPERIA S REVIEW AND SPECIFICATIONS

    Sony Xperia S side
    Sony Xperia S









    Sony Xperia S has been a new talk of the market with a Quad - Core CPU and Sleek, Stylish Design.
    Sony has done a great job in launching this type of Smartphone in an affordable price. This phone or what we say these days, Smartphone has well accommodated in it very smart and reliable features. This phone 
    Supports ANDROID GINGERBREAD 2.3 And Can be Upgraded to Android Ice- Cream Sandwich.
    THIS PHONE HAS A SMART 720p resolution and Dual Core 1.5 GHz Scorpion CPU. 


    If We talk About its description or features we can note down these 
    amazing specifications of Sony Xperia S:-


    SONY XPERIA S SPECIFICATIONS

    Stylish Sony Xperia S



    1) 2G/3G SUPPORT - 850/900/1800/1900/2100


    2) RELEASED ON FEB 2012


    3)OPERATING SYSTEM - ANDROID GINGERBREAD(2.3.x), UP-GRADABLE TO 4.x


    4)CHIPSET - QUALCOMM MSM8260 SNAPDRAGON


    5)CPU - DUAL CORE 1.5 GHz SCORPION CPU


    6)GPU - ADRENO 200


    7)GPS - YES, A-GPS SUPPORT AND GLONASS


    8)EDGE - YES UP TO 230 KB/s


    9)3G SPEED - HSDPA-14.4 MBPS AND HSUPA-5.8 MBPS


    10)WLAN - YES, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA AND HOTSPOT


    11)BLUETOOTH - YES, v2.1 WITH A2DP, EDR


    12)USB - YES microUSB 2.0 AND USB ON THE GO


    13)TOUCH TYPE - CAPACITIVE LED TOUCHSCREEN WITH 16M 


    14)RESOLUTION - 720*1280 PIXELS, 4.3 INCHES


    15)CAMERA - 12 MEGAPIXEL, 4000*3000 PIXELS, 
     AUTOFOCUS, GEOTAGGING, LED-FLASH


    16)SECONDARY CAMERA - YES, 1.3 MP


    17)DIMENSIONS - 128*64*10.6 mm


    18)OTHER FEATURES - MicroSIM card support only
                                           - TV launcher
                                           - SNS integration
                                           - HDMI port
                                     - Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
                                           - MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV player
                                           - MP3/eAAC+/WMA/WAV player
                                           - TrackID music recognition
                                           - Google Search, Maps, Gmail,
                                               YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk
                                           - Document viewer
                                           - Voice memo/dial/commands
                                           - Predictive text input

    19)BATTERY LIFE:-

    Stand-by              Up to 450 h (2G) / Up to 420 h (3G)
    Talk time              Up to 7 h 30 min (2G) / Up to 8 h 30 min (3G)
    Music play           Up to 25 h


    PRICE - 400 EUROS

    Sony Xperia S Smartphone
    SO THIS WAS ALL ABOUT SONY XPERIA S ... HOPE YOU LIKE AND PURCHASE IT. PLEASE COMMENT.

    Thursday, 19 July 2012

    HP ENVY 4 ULTRABOOK

    HP ENVY 4 - An ULTRABOOK FROM HP
    HP ENVY SLEEKBOOK 4


    HP ENVY SLEEKBOOK KEYPAD 4



    HP Envy 4 is an ultrabook from HP( Hewlett- Packard) which is a recent hit at the market. It is somewhat similar to other on-demand ultrabooks but it is more professional, More sleek and more reliable and faster to use ultrabook. These are termed as ultrabooks because they are ultraslim, ultra-fast and ultra- reliable. HP Envy Ultrabook 4 is a 2nd generation of notebooks. Every one is delighted to know about HP Envy Ultrabook 4. 

    HP ENVY 4 ULTRABOOKS
    SO WHAT IS THIS ULTRABOOK ALL ABOUT?

    Actually, HP Envy 4 is an ultrabook hosting Windows 7 Home Premium ( U can change it later) And that comes with an ultra-fast Intel CORE i5 Processor with a speed of 1.77 GHz. The graphics is Also very good with AMD Radeon HD 7670/ INTEL HD Graphics Card. It is also Game- supportive as i say and Has 8 G.B. Ram. 
    HP ENVY SLEEKBOOK BACK

    SO WHAT ARE THE SPECIFICATIONS OF HP ENVY ULTRABOOK 4?

    These are the Specifications of HP Envy 4 :-

    1) OPERATING SYSTEM - MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7 HOME PREMIUM

    2) PROCESSOR - INTEL CORE i5

    3) PROCESSOR SPEED - 1.77 GHz

    4) MOTHERBOARD - INTEL HM 77 MOTHERBOARD

    5) RAM ( RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY) - 8 G.B. DDR3

    6) GRAPHICS - AMD RADEON HD 7670M or INTEL HD GRAPHICS 4000

    7) RESOLUTION - 1366 * 768

    8) DIMENSIONS - 340 * 236 * 19.8 mm

    9) DIAGONAL DIMENSION - 14 INCH

    10) HARD DISK SPACE (HDD) - 500 G.B.

    11) WEIGHT - 1.8 K.G.

    12) DVD/CD WRITER - YES WITH 24/52x SPEED

    13) DATA - YES WITH USB 3.0 AND USB 2.0 AND SD CARD READER

    14) BLUETOOTH - YES WITH VERSION 4.0

    15) SPEAKER - YES WITH COMBO

    16) VIDEO - HDMI with WEBCAM

    17) ETHERNET POST - YES (GIGABIT)

    HP ENVY ULTRABOOK 4


    PRICE - AROUND $ 1, 299 or Rs. 52,000


    So, these were all abot HP Envy Ultrabook 4. HOPE YOU LIKE THIS POST.

    PLEASE COMMENT OR LIKE OR SUBSRCIBE

    Wednesday, 18 July 2012

    HOW TO ADD POPUP LIKE BOX IN BLOGGER OR WEBSITE?

    HOW TO ADD POP UP FACEBOOK LIKE BOX IN A SITE?

    STEP- By - STEP Explanation
    FACEBOOK LIKE BOX


    I have got many questions on how to add a pop up box with facebook like button on it.
    A facebook like box is a very professional means to popularize an official page of a website.
    It is some what tricky but not so Tricky as though.
    So I will give you steps on how to add a Pop up like box in blogger and a website.

    So here are the steps:-

    (FOR BLOGGER)

    Step 1 : Log In to Blogger

    Step 2 : Click on Your site in the dashboard.

    Step 3 : Click on "LAYOUT" option in the left hand side

    Step 4 : Click On " ADD MORE GADGETS" on right-hand side

    Step 5 : Search/Scroll for "HTML/JAVASCRIPT" And Click on "+" 'plus' button
    HTML/JAVASCRIPT

    Step 6: Then paste the following code in the empty box below the title:-


    <div style='display:none'>
    <div id='mdfb' style='padding:10px; background:#fff;'>
    <h3 class='mdbox-title'>Just Click the Like Button Below<center><p style='line-height:3px;'>&#9660;</p></center></h3>
    <center>
    <iframe allowtransparency='true' frameborder='0' scrolling='no' src='//www.facebook.com/plugins/likebox.php?href=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Floveforgadgets&amp;width=300&amp;colorscheme=light&amp;show_faces=true&amp;border_color=%23ffffff&amp;stream=false&amp;header=false&amp;height=258' style='border:none; overflow:hidden; width:300px; height:258px;'/>
    </center><p style=' float:right; margin-right:35px; font-size:9px;'>Powered By <a href='http://funandhumor.blogspot.com' style=' font-size:9px; color:#3B78CD; text-decoration:none;'>Fun And Humor</a></p>
    </div></div>

    JAVASCRIPT ADD THE SCRIPT


    Step 7: You change the Red marked text with your "Facebook Page" -
    AND the Blue Marked text According to your need.

    Step 8: Leave the title empty.

    Step 9: Click On "SAVE" 

    Step 10: Now click on Template Designer>Edit HTML>Proceed

    Step 11: Now search for "</head>", you can even type Ctrl+f and type "</head>" there.

    Step 12: Now Paste the following code above "</head>" tag and then Click Save And you are complete with your adding of a Facebook Popup Like box.


    <script src='http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.5/jquery.min.js'/>
    <script src='https://gj37765.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/html/[www.gj37765.blogspot.com]jquery.colorbox-min.js'/>
    <link href='https://gj37765.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/html/%5Bwww.gj37765.blogspot.com%5Dfbpopup.css' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'/>
    <script type='text/javascript'>
    jQuery(document).ready(function(){
    if (document.cookie.indexOf(&#39;visited=flase&#39;) == -1) {
    var fifteenDays = 1000*60*60*24*30;
    var expires = new Date((new Date()).valueOf() + fifteenDays);
    document.cookie = &quot;visited=true;expires=&quot; + expires.toUTCString();
    $.colorbox({width:&quot;400px&quot;, inline:true, href:&quot;#mdfb&quot;});
    }
    });
    </script>

    FOR CUSTOM EDITING OF HTML SCRIPT IN BLOGGER FOLLOW THE STEPS:

    Step 1: Log In to Blogger

    Step 2: Click on Your site in the dashboard.

    Step 3: Click on "Template" option in the left hand side

    Step 4: Then click on " Edit Html" And then Click on "Proceed"

    Step 5: Then find for the </body> end tag.

    Step 6: Above the </body> end tag paste the given code and change those settings as stated in "Step 7"
    of the previous section.

    Step 7: Then click on "Save Template" and you are done with custom editing.

    FOR WEBSITE OWNERS YOU CAN FOLLOW THESE STEPS:-

    1) Just paste the shown script Above </body> end tag and change those settings as stated in "Step 7" of the 1st section.

    HAPPY VIEWING "HOW TO ADD POPUP LIKE BOX IN BLOGGER OR WEBSITE?"

    PLEASE COMMENT OR SHARE OR LIKE IN FACEBOOK.

    Monday, 16 July 2012

    HOW TO GET RID OF CONNECTION ERROR IN SAMSUNG KIES?

    HOW DO WE GET RID OF CONNECTION ERROR IN SAMSUNG KIES? HOW TO RESOLVE THAT KIND OF ERROR?LETS SEE- 


    Whenever we connect a Samsung Device to Kies after installing or at some moment we get an error message stating that Kies has been Unable to retrieve information about the Device.

    If this happens we get so much disturbed that we somtimes end up re-installing kies instead of finding A solution.

    SO here i am to give you a free solution on how to get fixed that "device unable to connect" error. Just follow these steps:-

    1) After installing , when connecting the device, after the error is shown, Just wait and then click to " TROUBLESHOOT CONNECTION ERROR" on the home screen. 

    Kies Troubleshoot connection error

    2) If that button is not shown then you click on TOOLS> TROUBLESHOOT CONNECTION ERROR . 

    Kies Troubleshoot connection error












    Then a screen will pop - up Showing that "Kies" May take several minutes to update the driver. So after the update of driver is complete you again re-start the application and the problem is fixed.

    Tuesday, 10 July 2012

    HOW TO ADD A SITE TO GOOGLE SEARCH ENGINE?? OR OTHER ENGINES

    HOW TO ADD A SITE TO GOOGLE SEARCH ENGINE?? OR OTHER ENGINES

    I have been hearing from everyone about how to add your site to google's web search. So i have written this post to inform you all that google or any search engine by itself faces much difficulty in adding pages to its engine. Even search engines need help of the site owners for this purpose. If your page is new or recent and you do not have that much patience to wait for your site being CRAWLED by Google or other search engines you can follow these steps.

    But first of all i want you all to know about these things:-

    1) CRAWLING or SPIDERING :- It is a process by which search programmes or engines get access to certain pages by means of good and unique content and proper heading.

    2) Sitemap :- It is like an atlas to a website. A sitemap contains a list of pages in a specific manner that can be crawled by search engines. It is very necessary to know how to add siutemap to web-site or a blog.


    So now lets move on to some practical things to make a website appear in google or other search engines.

    1) Firstly, improve your headings like page headings and site headings. Every page must have a proper heading and unique heading.

    2)Secondly, no copying of any content from other sites. It can harm the search results and may even be permanently deleted from the search results. Learn more about This here.

    3)Thirdly, every page must have atleast some contents in it. This makes the search results to improve.

    4)Participate in other's websites and blogs. And do not forget to comment there along with your website's URL. Active participation and much backlinks( Sites that link to your site) is what search engines want.

    THE BEST STEP ( USING GOOGLE WEBMASTERS)

    Use google as a source for search engine optimization.

    Google webmaster is the best option for that. Here are the steps to use GOOGLE WEBMASTER as a source to improve search results:-

    1) Go to GOOGLE WEBMASTERS AND LOGON THERE WITH YOUR GMAIL USERNAME AND PASSWORD.


    GOOGLE WEBMASTER

    2) Click the ADD A SITE button in the upper right hand corner.

    GOOGLE WEBMASTER: ADD A SITE

    3) Follow the desired steps and then add your site to the webmaster. These steps include some kind of editing work on your websites. No need for editing on blogs.

    4)Then click on your site which is appearing on your webmaster dashboard and click on Sitemap tab on the right-hand side.

    GOOGLE WEBMASTER: SITEMAP

    5)Then click on Add/Test Sitemap button on the upper righthand side and type there:-

    atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=100

    You just change the max-results by putting 200,300,400,500,..... and so on as per the number of pages in your site.

    GOOGLE WEBMASTER: ADD A SITEMAP

    6) And then click on SUBMIT SITEMAP button.

    GOOGLE WEBMASTER: SUBMIT SITEMAP

    Here, you are done. You just have to wait for some days and it will be indexed on GOOGLE.



    For indexing on the whole web you need to add a site map using some free sitemap generator tools which may be fetched using Google Search. What you have to do is that you have to upload the file generated by the software to your website domain.
    Like:-

    http://yoursite.com/sitemapfile.xml


    After all these steps you may surely achieve success in adding your site to google search engine or on some other search engines.

    Thank you for viewing my post and if you like please share and do not forget to comment.

    Monday, 9 July 2012

    HTC CHACHA REVIEW (FACEBOOK PHONE)


    HTC CHACHA (FACEBOOK PHONE)


    HTC ChaCha

    HTC's new phone HTC ChaCha, referred to as the Facebook phone, is a recent hit in the market. As the name suggest, it's a phone that will make its users be fond of facebook. Its not actually facebook phone cause facebook has not produced it, but it is a phone born with facebook experience. It’s a QWERTY phone with a sleek and slim design.


    HTC ChaCha At its best


    HTC has taken its already winning Sense interface and remolded it with a big blue 'F' at the centre - something the notoriously quiet Facebook founder went on record as saying he's "very happy" with and, in a nod to the future, how they "look forward to a lot more to come".

    Rocking the latest Android iteration, Gingerbread 2.3.3 and fully capable of a dance-off with some other 3G-capable Android devices, it's due to hit stores any day now, with a SIM-free price tag around £250, and a contract offering of around £20 per month.

    That's probably HTC ChaCha is referred to a phone belonging to the age group 15-22.


    HTC CHACHA Facebook icon




    HTC ChaCha Sideways



    HTC CHACHA DESIGN


    Like its (bizarre choice of) name, the HTC ChaCha is no bore. Slim and well built, it feels like a quality device in the hand. It's not particularly light at 124g, but feels a lot heavier than the Incredible S for instance (despite being 13g lighter).
    The body is made of white plastic and brushed metal. The battery door is plastic, and if you plan on changing the battery or the SIM card often, you may find yourself uttering a few choice words.


    The ChaCha ships with a sticker on the screen warning about not pressing too hard on the screen, but we practically put our fingers through it trying to get the stubborn battery cover off.
    Thankfully, we can't see the Facebook generation seeing the need to swap SIM and memory cards too often, so this shouldn't be that much of a problem.
    For retro HTC fans, the chin is back. Introduced with HTC's first ever Android device (in fact, the world's first ever Android device), the G1, it became an odd design quirk we thought was being phased out. Evidently not.
    In fact, looking at the ChaCha next to the HTC Hero of a few years back, they look remarkably similar - as if they were designed at the same time. Same colors, same materials, same chin.
    But it does have a function here - as you hold the ChaCha to look at the screen, the keyboard is naturally tilted towards you. We can't work out if it's a nifty bit of designer genius or a coincidence but either way, the chin makes the phone bulge out if wearing tighter trousers, so beware!

    At the top is the standard 3.5mm headphone jack and a lock button, and the left hand side holds the volume rocker and micro USB charge/sync port, while the bottom holds nothing but a tiny hole for the microphone.
    There are two cameras - a 5MP autofocus job on the back complete with LED flash and a VGA camera on the front for self-portraits (or using the very handy Mirror app, which HTC bundles on Android devices and has saved our blushes on numerous occasions).
    There's also an ambient light sensor for putting the display brightness onto automatic.


    HTC ChaCha Front



    As handset manufacturers go for gold, piling in dual-core processors, Super AMOLED Plus screens and 4G capability, it's refreshing here to see that the ChaCha has some of the more old-school (and budget) specs.
    The touchscreen is just 2.6 inches, with a 480x320 resolution, and the processor sits at 800MHz (it was originally set at 600MHz, but HTC appears to have upped this closer to launch). Yet, for what this phone is designed to do, that's adequate and doesn't impinge on the experience too much.


    HTC CHACHA SOCIAL NETWORKING



    HTC ChaCha Chatscreen



    Of course, the main selling point of this phone is the 'F' word. Although it's not being marketed explicitly as the Facebook phone since there are already a few on the market, it is being pushed as the phone to buy if you're a Facebook aficionado. And fans will love it.
    We must admit, we were unsure what we were going to get here. We knew it'd be unlikely that the 'F' button would just fire up the Facebook website or application, and what we get is something that has been deeply integrated into the Sense skin.
    Push the Facebook button and you're invited to post a status update. You have to post one to get past the update screen, which can become a bit tiresome - especially if you want to just view other people's statuses.


    HTC ChaCha Post



    If you really don't want to write your umpteenth status update of the day, then you have to go out of the application back to the homescreen and tap on the Facebook widget to get in that way. It's a slight annoyance but nothing major.
    Once you're in, you can view All Feeds, Status Updates, Photos, Links, Lists, Locations and Notifications. You can also update other social network statuses should you wish, recommend apps, post photos or your own location. It's basically a variation of the Facebook for HTC Sense app that we've seen on other handsets from HTC in the past, but it just seems to work so much better on the ChaCha.

    Hold the Facebook button down for a long press and up pops Facebook locations, allowing you to check in at various places. It was quite effective using our GPS indoors and confirmed that we were where we thought we were.
    That Facebook button acts a little like a wise old seer as you navigate through the phone - advising you whenever there is something you can share.


    HTC ChaCha Messages/Statuses


    For example, just have a little scan through your photo album and it'll start to pulsate to let you know that you can share those pictures on Facebook. Listen to a song, then it'll glow quietly to let you know you can tell your friends on Facebook what you're listening if you press it.

    It becomes a bit like a greedy dog - always wanting to digest what you're doing and tell everybody. In fact, the little blue button even acts as a camera shutter button - taking the snap, and then preparing it for you to send to the big social network in the sky.
    One thing we noticed and instantly missed: no support for the YouTube applications. After photos, sharing videos is one of our favorite things to do on the network, so to not be able to pop them up too is a big oversight in our opinion.

    The ChaCha is not the phone to have if your boss is a Facebook friend, as he or she will think that you never get any work done due to the amount of status updates you'll be churning out on this thing.

    Facebook chat is integrated into the ChaCha and it works really well. This has been an element that various Facebook apps have struggled with across platforms, but it's built into the phone as what appears to be a separate Facebook Chat app.

    We were really impressed with the fact that it had its own dedicated widget. It meant that our contacts were listed on the homescreen with a green light if they were available to chat, and we just had to do a quick tap to start talking to them. This is what we mean about Facebook's fantastic integration into HTC Sense; it's like having a chat-room on your standby screen.
    One thing we didn't quite understand is why the ChaCha comes with all of this Facebook integration yet is also preloaded with the separate Facebook for Android app. It makes the whole thing confusing.
    For example, if we took a photo and decided to send it the old-fashioned way (rather than pressing the 'F' button, going into the 'share menu'), we're presented with the option of sharing with 'Facebook' or 'Facebook for HTC Sense'.
    We obviously know that it's the latter, but somebody using this phone for the first time may not well realize this and if they hit 'Facebook' (as most people probably will), then it will just do it via the standard Facebook app that you could use on any Android phone - rendering the ChaCha's main selling point useless.
    The main reason we can see for keeping the Android app on the phone as well is the other functionality - unlike other phones, there's no unified inbox on offer here, meaning you have to drop into the application to get your messages.
    It seems like a massively missed trick for HTC to not integrate that functionality, as we'd think it was brilliant to open a contact's name in the People tab, press the Facebook key and send them a personal message, but that's not to be at the moment.
    Another thing we noticed is that when you sign into Peep (HTC's Twitter viewer), the status updates widget that's automatically included on the homescreen seems to populate itself with tweets instead of Facebook notifications, with the less-frequent FB not available for some reasons and we couldn't work out how to get them back.
    You'd think there would be a drop down menu in the app to separate them out - but no such luck.
    Speaking of Twitter, we couldn't help wondering why it's not getting a more prominent position on the ChaCha, as it would be nice to be able to share websites, songs and photos via Twitter in the same deeply-integrated way - although we know there are several applications to get most of the functionality.


    HTC ChaCha back / HTC ChaCha Cover open


    HTC CHACHA VERDICT

    If you're bored of all the one-upmanship from manufacturers looking to outdo each other with specs and just want something fun, then the ChaCha is a serious contender. It takes what is a fairly stable HTC Sense/Android combination and builds on it to make a phone that looks fun, and does its primary Facebook job well while not scrimping on (most of) its other obligations.
    It's currently being marketed very heavily here in the UK - and will likely be on many a Christmas list at the end of the year. It'll be interesting to see what impact it has on BlackBerry's similar offerings.

               We liked

    HTC's Sense has become one of the big successes of the Android story, and the way they've integrated it here with Facebook is both intuitive and inventive.
    Tapping out your status or just an email or message is a piece of cake, because the keyboard is usable and doesn't present any real issues like some do.
    You'll also get more bangs for your buck here with the battery. While Androids are notorious battery hogs, we felt comfortable enough with the drainage to not have to check how much was left every five minutes.

               We disliked

    Seriously, HTC... the ChaCha? It's one thing having a cool name - but who on earth thought that one up? We actually felt embarrassed when our Facebook status updates revealed they were 'posted from a HTC ChaCha', and became a bit of a laughing-stock among friends.
    Although the shape does work well for the keyboard, the chin looks downright odd. We thought HTC's random design feature (delete as appropriate) had been consigned to the bin but evidently not. You'll notice the bulge this creates in your pockets, and people do comment on it, wondering why the phone is bent - although it does have some benefit for screen viewing angles.
    Finally, creating a phone on Android Gingerbread that can't cope with Flash is a terrible omission. OK, we get that the ChaCha is designed to have a lower price point, and as such needs to have compromises here and there, but it seems this phone would really benefit from a spot of Flash integration.


    HTC ChaCha on palm of hand


    VERDICT

    The ChaCha is not a revolutionary device. Yes, the Facebook button is new and a few of the elements in there are premiered here but ultimately, it's an evolution, not a revolution.
    Having said that, it's not necessarily a bad thing. You know what you're getting here - a stable OS with an extra skin on top that has proven to be more than competent. And for the 14-21 year-olds who have their eye on this 'Facebook phone', it'll be enough.
    The price certainly is closer to the budget end of the scale, which we really like, and the quirkiness of the phone makes it a real breath of fresh air in a sea of identikit black-slab touchscreens.
    However, with the cramped screen it feels like the HTC ChaCha is a one trick pony at times - get bored of the Facebook integration and you'll probably start casting envious glances at your friends' whizz-bang phones and thinking 'do I really love having a keyboard?'

    When you turn the ChaCha on, you're greeted with HTC's logo and slogan: "Quietly brilliant". There's certainly nothing quiet about the ChaCha - and while 'brilliant' may be pushing just a little, it's certainly not far off for the Facebook generation.

    Thank you! Hope you liked this post and would surely think upon purchasing this wonderful phone.

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