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Thursday, 6 July 2017

Jio 4g phone going to released on July 24 @ just Rs 500

Reliance Jio has created a wave of disruption in the telecom market once again with its plan of launching a new 4G VoLTE feature phone having a price tag as low as Rs 500.
The big announcement of the launch could be made at Reliance Industries' annual general meeting on July 21, 2017. 


Jio 4G feature phone is said to have a 2.4-inch display, 512MB RAM, 4GB internal storage, microSD card support, 2-megapixel rear camera, VGA front camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, and NFC. With 4G VoLTE support, buyers will be able to access digital content on the feature phone courtesy the free subscription to Jio apps.

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Vivo beats Apple to an under-display fingerprint sensor

At MWC Shanghai, Qualcomm announced its latest ultrasonic fingerprint solution, with the new highlights being its integration underneath OLED displays (up to 1.2mm-thick), as well as working fine even when the device is immersed in water

Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor 

Let’s take a closer look at how this technology works and what sort of advantages it has to offer over current fingerprint scanning technologies on the market.
Rather than existing photographic or capacitive based fingerprint scanners, Qualcomm’s Sense ID makes use of ultrasonic sound, as the name implies, in order to map out the details of the user’s fingerprint. Fortunately, there’s no need to swipe, just touch the finger to the sensor like the top of the line capacitive fingerprint scanners.
To actually capture the details of a fingerprint, the hardware consists of both a transmitter and a receiver. An ultrasonic pulse is transmitted against the finger that is placed over the scanner. Some of this pulse is absorbed and some of it is bounced back to the sensor, depending upon the ridges, pores and other details that are unique to each fingerprint.
There isn’t a microphone listening out for these returning signals, instead a sensor that can detect mechanical stress is used to calculate the intensity of the returning ultrasonic pulse at different points on the scanner. Scanning for longer periods of time allows for additional depth data to be captured, resulting in a highly detailed 3D reproduction of the scanned fingerprint
This is considerably different to even the best capacitive fingerprint scanners on the market at the moment, which are only able to reproduce 2D images. 3D details are much more difficult to forge or fool than 2D versions of the technology, potentially making the ultrasonic system much more secure.
Another added perk of this ultrasonic fingerprint scanner technology is that it allows the fingerprint scanner to still operate through thin materials, such as a smartphone case built from glass, aluminium or plastic. Therefore, the scanner can be embedded under the case, allowing for a more discrete look. Additionally, there’s less chance of damaging the sensor or exposing it to external tampering, and sweat or moisture on the finger won’t interfere with the scanning process either.
The demo started off with a familiar fingerprint registration process, except I had to place my finger on a marked area on the screen, which was just above the old fingerprint button. Once done, I was able to unlock the phone by touching that same spot using my registered finger; and just to be sure, I tried with my other fingers which fortunately failed to unlock the device.

Vivo smartphone with under display fingerprint sensor

While the solution seemed to work as advertised, I found the fingerprint recognition speed to be noticeably slower -- about one second between first touch and entering home screen -- than the near-instantaneous unlock that I'm used to on most recent smartphones. I was also slightly disappointed by how small the recognition area was. That said, Vivo's demonstrators told me that in theory, the same sensing technology could be applied across the entire screen, but that would significantly increase production cost; instead, Vivo might eventually cover just the bottom half of the screen, which would still be better than what the demo offered.

In another demo, the company applied the same ultrasonic tech to a spot on the back of the phone's metallic body, thus allowing the phone to be unlocked even when placed in water. Since this unlock method could be associated with the camera app, this could come in handy for those moments when you want to take underwater photos or videos while in shallow water. But of course, other companies have solved this use case with a physical shutter button (Sony) or squeeze detection (HTC).
The Vivo reps couldn't provide a timeline as to when we'll start seeing this tech on their devices, but according to Qualcomm, its solution will come in two waves. "Qualcomm Fingerprint Sensors for Glass and Metal" can be integrated into devices powered by Snapdragon 660 and 630, and it'll start shipping to OEMs this month. As for the more advanced "Qualcomm Fingerprint Sensors for Display," it'll work with future Snapdragon platforms as well as non-Snapdragon platforms, and it'll only start commercial sampling in Q4 this year.

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Android O Top features

Google has announced second beta version of Android O in Google I/O event with lots of features. The Android O only launch its beta version the full version will be released in August. Let's get started with the top new features.
Google is adding a Picture-in-Picture mode to Android O. With a YouTube video playing, just tap the Home button and the video will pop into a small window that can remain on screen as you navigate other apps on your device. You can slide the video around for best placement, then simply slide it off the screen to terminate. Available now in the Android O Beta.
Notification Dots
Android O users will see a small dot that appears over top of their app icons with active notifications. now that your app has an icon, new tools are available in Long-press the app icon with Notification Dot to get a short list of immediate shortlink actions you can perform. This includes viewing the notification itself right there in a tiny pop-up window. This feature seen the today's iPhone.
Smart Text Selection
We’ve all seen the basic text highlighting features, the copy/paste dialogue in Android, but now there’s more. With Android O, highlighting text includes further features, using Google AI to intelligently act on the words. For instance, if you highlight a phone number, you can just tap to dial. If you highlight an address, a single tap will start navigation. Best of all, highlighting is more intelligent itself, selecting phrases or full addresses, for example, instead of just single words.
Navigation Bar Tuner
Android Marshmallow introduced a hidden menu called the System UI Tuner that let you tweak the appearance of various system icons and menus. Android O has now expanded on the options available here, and perhaps the biggest improvement is that it now allows you to change your on-screen navigation buttons.
If you head to the Navigation Bar menu in System UI Tuner, you'll be able to tweak the layout of your on-screen buttons, and even add a couple extra icons to flank them. Layout options allow you to condense the spacing of the buttons or shift them over to one side, while the "Extra button" option let you add a clipboard button or keyboard switcher to either side of your navigation bar.
Custom Lock Screen Shortcuts
Another great addition to the System UI Tuner is a new lock screen shortcuts menu, which does exactly what you'd think: It lets you add custom shortcuts that will show up in the bottom corners of your lock screen. You can pick any installed app to occupy one of these spaces, and there are several handy shortcuts to choose from, such as one that opens your selfie camera directly.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

OnePlus 5 with 8GB RAM

OnePlus 5

OnePlus 5 has finally been launched, The company put effort on the design, performance, camera and battery life. The smartphone comes with Snapdragon 835 process, 8GB RAM and dual camera. There is no words about the price in India,so we have to wait till Thursday launch event to find it.

OnePlus 5 Camera performance

Let talk about the dual rear camera. The one plus 5 has highest resolution dual camera system on a smartphone today. It comes with 16 megapixel of main camera with f/1.7 aperture coupled with 20 megapixel of telepoto camera with f/2.6 aperture.
The smartphone has fast auto-focus than any other smartphone today. The rear camera has dual LED flash mode with 4k recording features.
Coming to the front camera has 16 megapixel front camera with f/2.0 aperture and it can shoot 1080p video. The front camera has screen flash like iPhone 7

OnePlus 5 features

The one plus 5 comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip set which is octa-core processor with maximum clock speed of 2.45GHz and Adreno 540 GPU with gives more graphical performance.
The OnePlus 5 has two variants 6GB RAM/ 64GB ROM and 8GB RAM/128GB ROM .so the multitasking will be fast than other smartphones.
The OnePlus 5 has smaller 3300mAh battery which compared with OnePlus 3T. With the software and hardware optimization delivers 20 percent more battery life.

OnePlus 5 Specifications

OnePlus 5 runs OxygenOS based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. It is dual SIM smartphone with support nano SIM card. It offers full-HD 5.5-inch(1080 x 1920 pixels) AMOLED display. OnePlus 5 connectivity options includes 4G LTE(with VoLTE support), dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v5.0, NFC, GPS and USB type-C. Sensor on board include accelerometer, ambient light sensor, digital compass, gyroscope, and proximity sensor.

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Saturday, 17 June 2017

We can send any files in whatsapp..but how ??

How to send any files on whatsapp

Here a short tutorial about how to send any files on whatsapp messenger. In whatsapp messenger we can only send documents( *.txt, *.doc, *pdf ), images, video, audio. but i want to send an apk files through WhatsApp. but the whatsapp has limited features. nowadays WhatsApp is used widely than any other messenger. There is simple trick to send any files through WhatsApp.

For example i am using an apk file to send to my neighbour

 Convert the file into txt file

Step 1) Go ahead and select the file you want to send and long press on it.

Step 2)after long press the file and select the rename option. Now change the file extension to *.txt
for example clashofclan.apk -> clashofclan.txt


Send the converted .txt file to your friends

Step 3) After rename save the file. Now again long press the file to send and click send option whatsapp.

Step 4) Now select the contact you want to send and click send button.

Step 5) The receiver will receive the *.txt file

Convert the txt file to original file( *.apk)

Step 6) Go to the file explorer whatsApp ->  Media -> WhatsApp Documents -> file.txt

Step 7)After locating the file now long press on the file and click the rename

Step 8)  Rename the .txt to your original file *.apk

So now you can send any file on whatapp with this trick.enjoy it.
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Monday, 12 June 2017

How to Hide a file in Computer

Two method available in windows pc

Method 1:

Step 1: Select the file/Folder you want to hide.

Step 2: now right click on the file/folder and select the option "properties". Now the properties dialog box will open.
Step 3: Under the general menu tick the "Hidden" checkbox in the Attributes section.
Step 4: Now the file/Folder will be disappear.

To view the hidden file or folder
Go to the control panel -> Appearance and Personalization -> Folder Option.

In the folder option panel check  "show All Folder "and click apply.

Method 2:

Using the Command Prompt

Step 1: To open the command prompt box. Go to the start and type "cmd". and press enter.
Step 2: After opening the command prompt box, navigate to the file/folder location you want to hide the file/folder.
Step 3: now type the command

attrib +h +s /s /d file or folder

Step 4: And press enter the file/folder will be hidden form the user.

To view the hidden file or folder

Again go to the command prompt and navigated to the file/folder location and type this command

attrib -h -s /s /d file or folder

Saturday, 10 June 2017

Dex Station !!!

Samsung DeX

Turn your smartphone into a personal desktop but how? Here The new galaxy s8 and galaxy s8 plus comes with dock station. It’s mean that with the dock station connected to the smartphone, keyboard, mouse and a monitor. A personal android PC is ready. Turn any place into a workplace.

Many companies have tried different method to make the smartphone into a desktop. In 2011 the Motorola Lapdock was the first dock to do this, and provided connections for physical keyboards, a mouse, and other peripherals. Apple then tried to use AirPlay to accomplish something similar, although it acted like little more than screen sharing. Then there was HP’s Elite X3, which ended up coming close with its Desk Dock before also failing to be widely adopted. They all are tried to mirror the screen. But Samsung did the great job introduced the deX station.

The DeX station

DeX works only with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, which is a shame as it would have been nice to have support for older Samsung (and other Android) devices as well. That said, the dock comes with an Ethernet port, two USB ports for connecting peripherals such as a keyboard and mouse, and a HDMI port to connect to your desktop monitor.
The top of the DeX station flips down to reveal the USB Type-C port, where you’ll plug in your Galaxy S8. This also acts as a fan to cool your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus in DeX mode. Also, thanks to the USB Type-C port, it charges your phone at the same time as powering the DeX experience.
It’s not perfect however, as Samsung disables the display on your Galaxy S8 when using DeX, meaning you’re completely reliant on the keyboard and mouse. It would have been nice to be able to use the phone at the same time but this is a trade-off to having the desktop experience.

DeX as a desktop

Samsung DeX has a lot of potential, but in its current form, it’s certainly a little raw. The number of apps compatible with DeX is pretty small, and, short of Microsoft Word, lacking in any depth of quality. At the launch of the Galaxy S8 – where DeX was made official – Samsung confirmed that Adobe would bring Photoshop and Lightroom to DeX, but at the time of writing (a few days before the US release of the Galaxy S8), these apps weren’t available to test.

Of course, you can open all the apps that exist on your Android phone but most retain their mobile equivalents. For example, WhatsApp shows up as mobile (which is to be expected), but pressing the enter key doesn’t send a message, and there’s no keyboard shortcut to do so. This means you have to move the mouse and select the send key every time. Similarly, Google Chrome only displays in mobile mode, and often crashes. If you do want to browse the internet and don’t mind using a different browser, Samsung has optimised its own internet browser to offer the full website experience.
The browsing experience is seemingly on-par with Microsoft’s Edge browser and Google Chrome, although there is a touch of latency when scrolling as DeX seemingly struggles to support resource-intensive websites. When resizing a window, Samsung’s browser does well to resize the content accordingly but to get the full experience (and not a responsive version of the site), you need to go into fullscreen mode before resizing the window down.
Samsung DeX works in a similar way to Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform where the same apps could run in both mobile and desktop depending on whether docked to a PC. DeX takes the same premise but without widespread support for apps, it proves to be a little limited. However, what Samsung does have going for itself is that the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are likely to sell in more volume than most, if not all, of the Lumia Windows Phones that Microsoft managed to shift.
The biggest challenge facing Microsoft at the time was persuading developers to adapt their apps to support UMA, or in most cases, even develop their apps for Windows 10 Mobile in the first place. For Samsung, this should be a much easier bridge to cross. Plus, if the additional development resources required to develop for DeX are minimal – either via ease of software or incentives from the company – we will hopefully see developers flock to adapt their apps for Samsung DeX.

Motorola Moto Z2 Play

Moto Z2

Recently in India, Moto Z2 is launched @ Rs 27,999. The second generation of the of moto z they launched the moto z2 version. As compare to the moto z they reduced the size and increase the performance and storage. The Moto Z2 play supports the moto mods which is very handy to use it.


Body Dimension 156.2mm x 76.2mm x 5.99 mm
Weight 145 grams
SIM Dual SIM(micro SIM)
Display Size 5.5-inch
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels ( PPI pixel density)
Platform OS Android 7.1.1( Nougat)
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 626
CPU 2.2Ghz octa core
Memory Internal 64GB ROM,4GB RAM
Card type micro SD expandable upto 256GB
Camera Primary 12MP, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED flash
Secondary 5MP with selfie flash
Battery 3000mAh (non-removable battery)


Product Description:

The moto play powered by the snapdragon 2.2 GHz octa-core runs in the latest version of android 7.0(Nougat) stock rom which gives a smooth performance. The phone has two variant 3GB and 4GB of RAM and internal storage of 32GB and 64GB expandable up to 128GB via SD card. It has 13 megapixel of primary camera with dual tone LED flash and 5 megapixel of front facing camera with selfie flash. Coming to the battery capacity it has only 3000mAh due to the small size they reduce the battery capacity surprizing we have the turbo charger which 15 minute of charge it can give up to 8 hours of phone usage.
The brand has also introduced exciting per-booking offers including ‘Hello Finance’ through which one can per-book the latest device for Rs 2,000 and can pay 10 monthly EMIs without any interest. The offer is only valid through Bajaj Finance or Home credit. Alternatively, one can also swipe his/her card and convert the payment into 3/6/9/12 months EMI without any interest at select stores.
The major highlight of the smartphone is the sleek design coupled with the compatibility of the Moto Mods. The device is just 5.99mm thick and weighs just 145 grams, making it one of the slimmest smartphones available in the market right now. Just like, Moto Z Play, you will find magnetic pins, which are used to connect Moto Mods.
 Further, the Moto Z2 Play comes loaded with Moto Experiences as well. There is a night display feature which automatically adjusts the screen temperature to a warmer tone at night. Then there is Moto Voice which will provide helpful info like weather or calendar updates, or automatically launch an application without having to touch or unlock your phone.
Lastly, through Moto Actions one can perform different actions by performing different gestures on the fingerprint scanner, which is embedded in the home button. One can activate one button navigation to quickly move through screens. Swipe left to go back, right to access recent apps, tap to go home, and use one long press to lock your phone.
Jumping straight to the specifications, the Moto Z2 Play comes loaded with a 5.5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels coupled with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection and a pixel density of 401 ppi
On the connectivity front, it include 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/g/b/n, Bluetooth 4.2, USB Type-C, headphone jack, NFC, FM radio, and GPS/ A-GPS.

Thursday, 8 June 2017

Linux Command list for Beginner

Top Linux Command

pwd - Print Working Directory
print the current working directory.

mkdir- Make Directory
It will create a folder in the current the current working directory.
mkdir "folder name"

cd- change Directory
it will the The cd command is one of the commands you will use the most at the command line in linux. It allows you to change your working directory. You use it to move around within the your file system.
cd techvista7/new

ls - list directory
list the files int the current working directory.

find - find the file
Here is the basic syntax of the Find command.
find <startingpoint> <options> <search term>
The starting point is the folder where you want to start searching from.

rmdir- remove directory
The rmdir utility removes the directory entry specified by each directory.
rmdir "folder name" 

echo is one of the most commonly and widely used command, that used to display a line of text/string on output

exit command used to quit the terminal.

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Jelly, The Smallest 4G Smartphone

World smallest mobile

Unihertz company developed a world smallest 4g mobile “jelly”first the company started project in Kickstarter pledged of 30,000$ but the company reached 1,251,380$. After that company started to manufacturing the jelly smartphone and successfully completed the world's smallest 4g mobile.

The mobile powered by the android 7.0 Nougat OS with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of ROM. The screen size is too small 2.45 inch TFT LCD screen and it support dual SIM-Cards. Both are nano SIM. we can external the storage up to 256GB via  Micro SD Card.

Talking about the battery life it has the battery capacity of 950mAh. The company says up to 3 days working time and 7 days standby time. It is for the average users.small screen size it consume less battery life.and the special feature of the smartphone is it has the armband which can fit in your arm and start workout. The phone comes with the 8 megapixel of primary camera and 2 megapixel of front facing camera. No more heavy weight smartphone while trying to capture the selfie

The smartphone can run any app from the playstore. Never ending chats and games. The phone cost at 60USD.

Pros :

  1. It support ultra fast 4G network.
  2. The smartphone is comes with the latest Android 7.0 Nougat.
  3. Less prize and more convenient.

Cons :

  1. The phone doesn't have the 3.5mm jack port

Specs :

Body Dimension 92.3mm x 43mm x 13.3mm
Weight 60.4 grams
SIM Dual SIM(Nano SIM)
Display Size 2.45-inch
Resolution 240 x 432 pixels
Platform OS Android 7.0(Nougat)
Processor NA !!!
CPU 1.1Ghz quad core
Memory Internal 16GB,2GB RAM
Card type micro SD expandable up to 256GB
Camera Primary 8MP, LED flash
Secondary 2MP
Battery 950mAh


Tuesday, 6 June 2017

The New Essential ph1 smartphone

Essential ph 1

Essential ph1,we know the father of Android Andy Rubin is going to develop a band new smartphone. So I going to write a quick review about this mobile. Lets get started....
Essential ph1 the names of smartphone tells as a essential phone for every one. We hear that  Andy Rubin going to develop a smartphone. He must have the stock Android which improves the battery life and all features are grab into a single smartphone. We have lots of expectations which Andy Rubin will develop a quality smartphone. He combine all features in single smartphone. This mobile comes with the latest chipset snapdragon 835 processor and surprisingly this phone has Bezel less display in three sides like mi 6 and it has front facing camera on the top of mobile which overlay the notification bar. The ph1 has 5.71 Inch display... He introduced a new ratio for that display 19:10 And this phone come in latest Android version of Android 7.0 Nougat.
The phone has 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage and it cannot be expanded with SD card I think 128GB is more than enough for any user. 13-megapixel of primary camera and 8-megapixel of second camera which both can shoot 4K video recording. It has Wifi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC , fingerprint sensor etc. This phone does not contain 3.5mm jack port so the phone thickness will be reduced. The battery capacity is only 3040mAh which is not enough for the 5.7 inch display mobile.
The main features of mobile is it comes with the titanium body. Which gives more durability than other Mobile. The phone surveys in drop test done by the company. This phone backside has two magnetic point where we can attach modular accessories. The phone gives a 360 camera accessories which can attached to it. Coming to end this phone has all great features and the company said that it is only launch at US at 699 USD. If you want 360 camera an extra 50 USD is included.

Pros :

  1. The phone has the titanium body which give strong body
  2. Massive internal storage (128GB)
  3. Latest Snapdragon 835 processor consume less power.

Cons :

  1. The phone does not have 3.5mm jack an external cable required to connect the headphones
  2. The phone has 3080 mAh battery not enough for heavy use but it support quick charge on the go.
  3. External memory can not be added.

How to get Google Assistant on Android Lollipop

Get Google assistant on any Android device running on lollipop without rooting it (2 method)

Method 1:

Via Nova launcher

  1. First of all just go to play store and download nova launcher and install in your smartphone (lollipop device)
  2. Once you installed the nova launcher in your smartphone go ahead to your homescreen and find an empty spot & long-press to add widgets there

  3. Now a pop up setting will appear in your screen click on “Widgets” option
  4. Now there under “nova launcher” setting click and hold “Activities” and drag it to your home screen anywhere  
  5. Scroll down below there you will find the “Google App”
  6. Click on it and expand it. And now just select
  7. The action will add the google assistant icon to your home screen and tap on the icon
  8. Complete the setup  of google assistant and long press the home button or just say “OK Google” google assistant will pop up your assistant is ready to serve.

Method 2:(Common method)

  1. First of All just click on the below button it will redirect to the google app in playstore
    Open the page and click on “Become a Tester”  
  2. First of All just click on the below button it will redirect to the google play service in playstore
    Open the page and click on “Become a Tester”
  3. And wait for few minutes and update the google app and google play service.
  4. After updating the google app and google play service. Now go to the setting -> input and language ->  select the language English United state.
  5. Now install both app of google app and google play service
  6. Now to go the setting -> app -> google app -> Manage Space -> clear all data.
  7. Make sure both the app are installed .if you encounter any mistake the assistance will not be appreed
    Now reboot you mobile.
  8. Now After rebooting long press the home button and you got the Google assistant.
  9. Enjoy the virtual Google Voice Assistant on Android Lollipop.

Monday, 5 June 2017

YU Yureka Black at Rs.8999

YU Yureka Black

Yu Televentures is a subsidiary of Micromax Informatics Pvt Ltd. The new YU Yureka Black smartphone was launched in june 2017. The phone comes with 5 inch display with 1080 x 1920 pixel of resolution .This smartphone cost at Rs.8,999.
The YU Yureka is budget smartphone which come with the processor of 1.4Ghz octa core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor and its comes with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage which can expandable upto 64GB via microSD card. The phone has 13-megapixel primary camera (rare camera) with dual LED flash and 8-megapixel of secondary camera with selfie flash.
It comes with 3000mAh battery capacity with non-removable battery. The Yu Yureka runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.
The Yu yureka comes with dual SIM(micro SIM and nano SIM).it support 3G, 4G VoLTE network(with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth , OTG ,FM. The phone includes Proximity sensor, Accelerometer and Ambient light sensor.


  1. Micromax has done a great job with low price and high specification.
  2. It has octa core processor and 4GB of RAM so multi-tasking never ends.
  3. The smartphone comes with fingerprint at this low price.


  1. Average battery only offers 3000mAh and it does not support Qualcomm quick charging.

My opinion: 

 The smartphone has great features at low budget when compare to redmi 4 this mobile looking pretty decent in price comparison. In redmi 4 at this price we can afford only 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage but it has high capacity of battery 4000mAh.if your are normal user you can buy this yu yureka which 3000mha is enough for a normal user and fingerprint sensor embedded home button which gives you a better feel using the fingerprint sensor. My rating is 3.5 of 5.


Body Dimension 142mm x 69.6mm x 8.7 mm
Weight 152 grams
SIM Dual SIM(micro SIM)
Display Size 5-inch
Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels (441 PPI pixel density)
Platform OS Android 6.0(Marshmallow)
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 430
CPU 1.4Ghz octa core
Memory Internal 32GB,4GB RAM
Card type micro SD expandable upto 64GB
Camera Primary 13MP, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED flash
Secondary 8MP with selfie flash
Battery 3000mAh (non-removable battery)

Sunday, 4 June 2017

Moto c budget smartphone at Rs.5999

Moto C


A new budget smartphone released in Motorola Company. This moto c budget smartphone cost at 5999 only. This mobile comes with android OS with capability of 4g VoLTE with 1GB of RAM, 5 inch of touchscreen display with the resolution of 480 by 854 pixels at a PPI of 198 pixels per inch.

The Motorola MOTO C is powered by 1.1GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6737M processor and comes with 1 GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage that can be expandable upto 32GB via SD card. It has primary camera of 5-Megapixel and front facing camera of 2-Megapixel.

MOTO C runs in Android 7.0 Nougat with the battery capacity of 2350mAh removable battery. Dimension is 145.50 x 73.60 x9.00 and weight 154.00 grams

Its support dual SIM both are Micro-SIM and it has WIFI connectivity, GPS, Bluetooth, Headphone jack, FM, 3G and 4G. It also supports 4G Band 40 which used in India.

Sensor it has only accelerometer which used for auto rotation.


  1. Only it is Motorola brand and its budget smartphone.
  2.  It support 4G network.
  3.  It runs in Android 7.0 Nougat.


  1.  it has low battery capacity of 2350mAh not enough for heavy users.
  2.  Camera has only 5-Megapixiel and only shoot in 720px nowadays smartphone capable of 4K recording.
  3.  Many budget smartphone has many sensor like gyro sensor, accelerometer, NFC, Digital Compass, light sensor but it has only accelerometer.

My opinion:

    Hmm, this smartphone is pretty costlier than other budget smartphone because many other budget smartphone has many features. when compare with Redmi 4 smartphone it comes with 2GB RAM, 16GB storage ,13MP rare camera ,5MP front camera ,4000mAh battery capacity at same price level but this smartphone has only limited features…my opinion is 2 out of 5.


Body Dimension 145.50mm x 73.60mm x9.00mm
Weight 145 grams
SIM Dual SIM(micro SIM)
Display Size 5-inch
Resolution 480 x 854 pixels(198 PPI pixel density)
Platform OS Android 7.0
Processor MediaTek MT6737M
Memory Internal 16GB,1GB RAM
Card type micro SD expandable upto 32GB
Camera Primary 5MP
Secondary 2MP
Battery 2350mAh (removable battery)

Saturday, 3 June 2017

New Chinese 'Fireball' malware

New Chinese 'Fireball' malware infected 250 million computer in India


A Chinese digital marketer is to blame for the spread of malware called Fireball that reportedly has turned 250 million web browsers into ad-revenue generating “zombies” and infected 20 percent of corporate networks around the world.

The malware hijacks browsers and generates revenue for a Beijing-based digital marketing agency called Rafotech, said Check Point Software Technologies, which made the claim in a report published Thursday. Check Point calls this “possibly the largest infection operation in history,” and added that it can be turned into a distributor of any other malware family.

“Fireball has two main functions: the ability of running any code on victim computers–downloading any file or malware, and hijacking and manipulating infected users’ web-traffic to generate ad-revenue,” Check Point said. “Currently, Fireball installs plugins and additional configurations to boost its advertisements, but just as easily it can turn into a prominent distributor for any additional malware.”

Rafotech, according to researchers, is using Fireball to manipulate victims’ browsers to generate money via advertising. Rafotech denies any wrongdoing, Check Point said. Rafotech’s objective is to configure a target’s browser homepage and default search engine with a “fake search engine,” Check Point said. That search engine’s pages would also include tracking pixels, used to collect the users’ private information. User search queries are then redirected to Yahoo or Google.

“Fireball has the ability to spy on victims, perform efficient malware dropping, and execute any malicious code in the infected machines, this creates a massive security flaw in targeted machines and networks,” researchers said.

According to Check Point, victims are infected with Fireball via stealth installs bundled with desirable Rafotech apps such as Deal Wifi, Mustang Browser, Soso Desktop and FVP Imageviewer. Additionally, it has been distributed via third-party freeware and spam campaigns
“It’s important to remember that when a user installs freeware, additional malware isn’t necessarily dropped at the same time. If you download a suspicious freeware and nothing happens on the spot, it doesn’t necessarily mean that something isn’t happening behind the scenes,” Check Point wrote.
Researchers also suspect Rafotech has bought computer installs for Fireball from others known for their questionable download tactics. In what Check Point said was an example of such activity, it provided a screen shot of a solicitation by a user with a email address on an advertising forum stating “Looking to Buy LOTS of Desktop PPI Traffic/Installs” adding “we are looking for massive volume installs.”
Rafotech’s distribution methods appear to be illegitimate and do not follow standard advertising criteria for it to be considered na├»ve or legal, researchers said. “The malware and the fake search engines don’t carry indicators connecting them to Rafotech, they cannot be uninstalled by an ordinary user, and they conceal their true nature,” they wrote.
Geographically hardest hit, so far, is India with 10 percent of infections, Brazil and Mexico; the United States represents 2.2 percent of infections.

Friday, 2 June 2017

DrnkPay App

An App will stop you to spending money when you're drunk

If you’re the kind of person who goes goes online to buy all kinds of weird things in the early hours of the morning, after an alcohol-fueled night out, you may be interested in a new smartphone app that blocks your credit cards for 12 hours if it thinks you’re too drunk to shop.
DrnkPay is a smartphone app that stops users from making purchases while drunk, which is apparently something people end up regretting. It was developed by UK financial consultancy company iBe TSE, after research found that half of British alcohol drinkers admitted that they regret a purchase made when drunk. The survey that inspired Drnkpay also revealed a few bizarre examples of things bought while intoxicated, like flying lessons, a rowing club lifetime membership for someone who doesn’t row, 30 pairs of flip flops, and even a live chicken.
“This is a problem many of us have encountered, so we decided to create a simple solution which uses the latest technology,” said Francesco Scarnera, CEO of iBe TSE. “Once you’ve hit your self-imposed limit, the app will lock your card and prevent you making further payments. It’s up to you whether to block all payments, or just certain ‘weak points’, such as takeaways, clubs, or that flight that seems like such a great idea at 4am.”
But how does a smartphone app know when you’re drunk, right? Well, that’s what the companion breathalyzer is for. It connects to your smartphone and sends data to the DrnkPay app whenever you blow in it. Once it decides you’ve had too much to drink, it locks your credit cards for 12 hours, which iBe TSE believes is plenty of time to sober up. Some people might have a problem with needing to blow into a breathalyzer in public, so the app also comes with a less conspicuous alternative – a bracelet-like biosensor, which constantly analyses the alcohol content in the user’s bloodstream.
For DrnkPay to work, users obviously have to link their credit/debit cards to the app. They can then set a limit of drinks they wish to have (like 3 pints of beer), and the app will only block the cards if they go over it. Also, the app allows you only block the cards for certain things, like online shopping, bars, food, etc., and also comes with a “Help me out” feature, which calls you an emergency Uber to take you home.

How it works?

01. Users link cards to the DrnkPay app (iOS and Android), then select the number of drinks they wish to have in advance (e.g. 3 pints of beer).

02. The types of payments to block are selected (e.g. bars / pubs, food, flights, online shopping or all categories).

03. All cards are then blocked for 12 hours.

04. A breathalyser, which is connected to the system via bluetooth, is used before each purchase to authorise payment.

05. If the user is under their pre-defined limit, the relevant cards are activated and payments can be made.

06. If the user is over their limit, their cards are blocked and cannot be used.

07. If your cards are all blocked, DrnkPay has a ‘Help me out feature’ allowing you to order an Uber home so you can get home safely.


Samsung S8 and S8+

Samsung Galaxy S8


The Samsung Galaxy S8 is simply gorgeous. Gone is the S7's flat screen, and in its place is a tall, narrow drink of water with twocurved sides. This is a phone that felt at home in my hands when I went hands-on with it for several hours at a journalist briefing in San Francisco. Better even than the LG G6, which has similar proportions but no curved screen, and sleeker than the iPhone 7 Plus, which puts a smaller screen on taller, wider body. For the first time,every major Samsung phone is an "Edge" model, with the Edge and Note's curve-screen software and all.
But elegant as it is in metal and glass, the S8 (and larger S8 Plus) is also the first marquee Samsung phone in a long time that leaves me with uneasy doubts. And those doubts have nothing to do with the disastrous Galaxy Note 7 and everything to do with a couple out-of-place choices and a work-in-progress digital assistant called Bixby, which we also spent some hands-on time with.
Good stuff first. Samsung's redesign makes the S8's 5.8-inch screen absolutely pop. There's no more physical home button, and barely a bezel. That means the screen takes up roughly 83 percent of the phone's face for tapping and viewing. If the S7's display felt generous before, this is positively expansive.

Then there's Bixby, Samsung's answer to Apple's Siri, Google's Assistant and Amazon's Alexa. The three-in-one feature is a mishmash of voice assistant, Google Now cards and Google Goggles optical recognition. It's confusing, limited and, at this admittedly embryonic stage, very incomplete. (More below.) Samsung is asking for patience. This is up in the air right now, but there's a chance that Bixby may not come preloaded on the S8. It might be that you see a prompt to update the software as you set up the phone, but Samsung will give us more details closer to launch. New Bixby capabilities will roll out over time.   


Sunday, 5 February 2017

Android 7.0 Nougat: Top 5 Features

Android 7.0 Nougat: Top 5 Features

1. Enhanced UI And Better Notifications

Since the visual changes are the first ones you'll see as soon as you boot up your Nougat device, the tweaked UI deserves a special mention. Android 7.0 Nougat brings instant control toggles when swiping down from the top of the screen, improving the way you can activate or deactivate Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and more.
The notification menu, meanwhile, gets a cool overhaul that makes better use of available on-screen space, sporting smaller fonts and bundling all notifications from the same app. Moreover, a new Direct Reply feature now enables users to reply to messages faster and easier, straight from notifications, as Google finally enabled the feature for third-party apps as well. Another useful trick is pressing and holding on a notification to access the app's settings, which makes things arguably more convenient.

2. Better Multitasking With Quick Switch And Multi-Window

Google has always handled multitasking quite proficiently with Android, but Nougat makes everything better. Quick Switch, for instance, will allow users to seamlessly switch to the last used app simply by double-tapping the Recent button.
Speaking of the Recent menu, Android 7.0 Nougat also introduces a new Clear All Button, which was missing from the stock version of Android Marshmallow.
Multi-window makes use of the Recent menu as well, allowing users to easily open an app from another app. More specifically, if you press the Recent button while you're using an app, you'll have the option to select another app to open alongside your current one. Both apps will work simultaneously in a split-screen view. This should significantly improve productivity, especially since you'll be able to drag items from one app to another when both are open in split-screen view.

3. Lower System Requirements

Google started a while back to make its mobile operating system lighter, so to say, aiming to make Android work well even on devices with less impressive specifications.
Android Nougat now rocks tighter core components, lowering the system requirements to run faster on devices with lower-end hardware. This builds on the efforts Google made in earlier versions of Android, starting with KitKat.

4. Power Saving

One of the most commended features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow was Doze, which brought neat battery optimizations to keep devices running for longer on a single charge. Google is now taking things to the next level with Android 7.0 Nougat, introducing "Doze on the Go."
While the Doze in Marshmallow placed devices in a dormant state when not in use, Doze on the Go offers power-saving features even when in motion, whenever the display is off. Another neat feature called Project Svelte, meanwhile, keeps apps from waking up when detecting changes in the device's network connection.

5. Daydream VR

Google Cardboard is nothing compared to the ambitious Daydream VR the company's latest platform for virtual reality. Daydream VR pairs VR headsets and controllers with an Android Nougat-based UI designed to facilitate discovery and consumption of VR content. Moreover, Daydream VR will rock an impressively low 20 ms latency, which should translate to the best mobile VR experience yet.
On the downside, Daydream VR will only be compatible with a few new handsets, which means that current devices will most likely not be able to support the platform. Future flagships, however, should have no problem getting the most out of Daydream VR.

1. Enhanced UI And Better Notifications
Since the visual changes are the first ones you'll see as soon as you boot up your Nougat device, the tweaked UI deserves a special mention. Android 7.0 Nougat brings instant control toggles when swiping down from the top of the screen, improving the way you can activate or deactivate Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and more.
The notification menu, meanwhile, gets a cool overhaul that makes better use of available on-screen space, sporting smaller fonts and bundling all notifications from the same app. Moreover, a new Direct Reply feature now enables users to reply to messages faster and easier, straight from notifications, as Google finally enabled the feature for third-party apps as well. Another useful trick is pressing and holding on a notification to access the app's settings, which makes things arguably more convenient.
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1. Enhanced UI And Better Notifications
Since the visual changes are the first ones you'll see as soon as you boot up your Nougat device, the tweaked UI deserves a special mention. Android 7.0 Nougat brings instant control toggles when swiping down from the top of the screen, improving the way you can activate or deactivate Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and more.
The notification menu, meanwhile, gets a cool overhaul that makes better use of available on-screen space, sporting smaller fonts and bundling all notifications from the same app. Moreover, a new Direct Reply feature now enables users to reply to messages faster and easier, straight from notifications, as Google finally enabled the feature for third-party apps as well. Another useful trick is pressing and holding on a notification to access the app's settings, which makes things arguably more convenient.
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