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Wordpress 3.8 Has Released With New Colorful Theme (Free Download)

As you Know that Wordpress updates its version after some times and make many changes in its new versions. after wordpress 3.7 the new version of Wordpress "Wordpress 3.8" has released in this week with new colorful theme. This time wordpress changes its theme and released a very best colorful version with 6 new color schemes. You can Use any of them and Enjoy Colorful Admin Dashboard.


You Can Download Wordpress 3.8 Here ===> Wordpress .8 Free Download


Blogger Template For Pakistani Bloggers

Hi Friends! Today I have a best thing for Pakistani Bloggers. Here is a Best SEO friendly blogger template for Pakistani users. This Template is specially designed for Pakistani bloggers to show their love for Pakistan. This is a Professional and fully SEO friendly template which has many SEO feature. Every Pakistani Should use this blogger template to show their love for Pakistan and to Show the world that we are Pakistani and We are best in Every Field of life :)

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How To Remove Bad Sectors From Hard Disk Easily

Hii Friends.. How are you all?
Due to some Problems I could not come to my blog for few months. Now i am back and have a new trick for you which is "How To Remove Bad Sectors From Hard Disk"

Everybody knows that bad sectors are harmful and they are like cancer for hard disk. So they should remove as soon as possible from hard disk. Some people think that it is very difficult to remove bad sectors from hard disk but it is so easy and you can remove bad sectors from hard disk easily by following these steps:
  1.  Open My Computer and  right Click on desired drive (c,d,e,f etc)
  2. Click on "Properties" button. A new window will appear
  3. Click on the "Tools" button
  4. Now click on "Check Now"
  5. Now in new window check both boxes and click start
  6. In few minutes your Hard disk will be free of Bad Sectors


Computer: The Most Efficient Servant

One of the greatest advances in modern technology has been the invention of computers. They are widely used in industry and universities. Now there is hardly any sphere of human life where computers have not been pressed into the service of Man. We are heading fast towards a situation when a computer will be as much part of a man's daily life as a toothbrush.
Computers are capable of doing extremely complicated work in all branches of learning. They can solve the most complex mathematical problems or put thousands of unrelated facts in order. For instance, they can provide information on the best way to prevent traffic accidents, or they can count the number of times the word 'and' has been used in the Bible. Because they work accurately and at high speeds, they save research workers years of hard work. This whole process by which machines can be used to work for us has been called 'automation'. In the future, automation may enable human beings far more leisure than they do today. The coming of automation is bound to have important social consequences.
Some years ago an expert on automation, Sir Leon Bagrit, pointed out that it was a mistake to believe that these machines could 'think'. There is no possibility that human beings will be 'controlled by machines'. Though computers are capable of learning from their mistakes and improving their performance, they need detailed instructions from human beings to be able to operate. They can never, as it were, lead independent lives or 'rule the world' by making decisions on their own.
Sir Leon said that in the future, computers would be developed which would be small enough to carry in your pockets and even watches. Ordinary people already use the Internet to obtain valuable information. Computers can be plugged into a national network and be used like radios. People going on holidays can check out weather conditions; car drivers can be given alternate routes to avoid traffic jams. The translating machines have enabled people who do not share a common language to talk to each other without any difficulty or to read foreign publications.
It is impossible to assess the importance of a machine of this sort, for many international misunderstandings are caused simply through our failure to understand each other. Computers are of great use in public hospitals also. By providing a machine with a patient's systems, a doctor will be able to diagnose the nature of his illness. Similarly, the machines are used to keep a check on a patient's health record and bring it up-to-date. Doctors, therefore have immediate access to a great many facts which help them in their work. Book keepers and accountants, too, have been relieved of dull clerical work, for the tedious task of compiling and checking lists of figures can be done entirely by machines. Computers will also be able to tell the exact age of a man or how many years he is going to live with the help of his blood picture. Computers are the most efficient servants man has ever had and there is no limit to the way they can be used to improve our lives.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/7890112

Protect Your Data When Selling and Recycling Used Mobile Phones and Tablets

We all have a drawer, basement or shelf housing our dusty cell phones and other electronics that haven't been touched in years. Recycling or selling this equipment for reuse is best for the environment and your wallet; however, these devices often contain an abundance of confidential information including passwords, contacts and correspondence, even after factory resets are performed. With identity theft and cyber crime increasingly becoming more prevalent, it is imperative businesses and individuals take the proper precautions to safeguard their data when selling and recycling these devices.
A study conducted by CPP Life Assistance found that 54% of second-hand mobile phones they had purchased from e-Bay and used electronics shops still contained personal data. They were able to access personal information such as texts, passwords, emails and banking details on 19 of the 35 mobile phones. They also purchased 50 SIM cards in which 27 were found to contain similar information.
CPP Life Assistance went a step further and asked the original mobile phone owners if they had deleted their personal data prior to selling or recycling; 81% claimed to have wiped their phones before selling them and 60% were confident that all of their personal information had been removed.
A comparable study done by Robert Siciliano, an identity theft expert and researcher for McAfee, found similar results. He bought 30 used cell phones, PDAs, computers and tablets from college students in the Boston area. All the owners thought they had wiped the memory clean, but in many cases, their sensitive data remained on the devices. Siciliano was able to recover family photos, tax files, social security numbers and bank account information.
So how can your protect your data when selling your used mobile phones and tablets?
Used mobile devices still retain a significant resale dollar value even after 18 to 36 months of use. And while there is no shortage of online and retail businesses that offer to purchase used mobile phones, businesses and consumers need to be very carful when selecting a buyback and recycling partner. Even large wireless carriers and electronics retailers may be using third party buyback vendors that claim "complete data deletion," however their terms and conditions state that it is the sole responsibility of the seller to delete the confidential information. Additionally, should you turn in a device that no longer works properly, many electronics recyclers sell these devices to third party companies for a profit with the data still accessible should the device be brought back to working condition.
So what are businesses and consumers to do to safeguard their data when selling and recycling wireless devices? Many will advise performing a factory reset to remove private data from wireless devices, but as the studies above have shown, it is almost always not 100 percent effective. Most wireless devices still have sensitive information on them even after restoring the factory settings, including phone numbers, email addresses and pin codes. Savvy technologists have even been able to recover photographs, home addresses and private contact information.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/7891240

Facebook Phone? Who’s Going To Buy?

The Facebook phone has been rumoured for years; however theses rumours look like they will be coming to an end very soon. It is said that Facebook has been working in conjunction with HTC phone manufacturers to make a Facebook branded phone, although this information has been kept in denial. The world is eagerly waiting for this speech from Facebook to get to know if may be the rumoured device is really a brand new phone or an Android Facebook OS, but if the rumours just turn out to be hot air, Facebook will miss a big chance to make a big impact on the smartphone market.
If it is going to be a new phone, then it should offer something new to the market so that it can compete with the latest modern phones. Current phone systems have the Facebook app integrated in them in one way or the other. For example, with any Windows phone, you can post something to your Facebook wall and easily get your Facebook contacts through ‘People tile’ app.

Facebook Phone without clear OS

facebook phone home screen Facebook Phone? Whos Going To Buy? All operating systems have a dedicated Facebook App while on some mobile phones you only drag a finger from top of screen and tap ‘post to Facebook’. One wonders what more could you possibly expect from a phone made with the main focus being social networking.
Since Facebook and HTC have remained closely guarded about the rumoured story, speculation has run wild.
Is it a complete mobile phone or just an operating system? How big is the phone? How much will it cost? Who’s going to buy it? What colour is this phone? Will it have the blue and white colours of Facebook app? Will it have QWERTY keyboard? How is the menu screen and how will navigation through the menus be done?
All these questions should be answered shortly.
In the meantime, unverified rumours claim that the hardware of Facebook phone won’t be more than 16GB storage and a 5MP camera. Some other websites are even suggesting that they have in possession screenshots of a Facebook Home app and that the whole operating system will contain dedicated Facebook screens and menus. These rumours can only be confirmed by the official announcement. The official Facebook Phone back view Facebook Phone? Whos Going To Buy?
Some sites claim that the entire device is all about Facebook from functionality, form to its aesthetic. Additionally, Facebook is the obvious social feature and the device will have a button branded “F”, to be located at the right bottom corner of Facebook phone. This button would be dedicated entirely to update your status. However, this is concerning. Can you imagine your Facebook wall filled with status updates from one friend? If that is the case, if you buy the Facebook phone take the F trigger easy, otherwise you will be probably be unfriended by everyone.

If the rumours are true, then Facebook has not manufactured a phone but has just partnered with a mobile phone manufacturer to incorporate its service and apps at the core of a typical Android smartphone. Not much is expected from the hardware part of this phone beyond the Facebook makeover. The screen is only expected to have buttons for common Facebook actions such as status update, posting a photo, changing a photo or searching for a photo from a location as well as main Facebook apps icons such as messenger and Instagram at the screen centre.
All of this begs the question: who will be tempted to buy it?
Many argue that even if Facebook fails to show much innovation in their new smartphone offering, it is likely not to matter; many people use smartphones only for the Facebook application and a handset that makes this functionality central to the device is likely to appeal to that sector of the market.
For further information on the upcoming announcement, the Geek Squad also has some great commentary in their Knowledge Vault where you can find out more about the rumours.

LG Beats Samsung to Launch with the First OLED TVs

LG Beats Samsung to Launch with the First OLED TVs

LG Electronics Inc just started taking pre-orders for the first OLED TV. These televisions use technology that promises the clearest images yet on super-thin screens.

They start with 55-inch TVs at a price tag of $10,335 and will be delivered to buyers in South Korea, the home of the company. North America, Europe, and the rest of Asia will get them sometime by the end of March.

Both LG and Samsung said they were the future of TV and had promised to have them ready for consumers by the end of 2012. However, manufacturing challenges delayed the release dates for both companies.

LD gets the title of the first company to make the OLED TVs, but that is more symbolic than anything because the first sales will probably be small, especially with the price tag.

Samsung has not given a release date for its OLEDs, but has said it is more concerned with making the best product possible rather than a precise launch date.

This new technology promises to be an expensive endeavor for all companies who attempt to compete. It requires upgraded factories, which can cost billions.
Photo: LG Beats Samsung to Launch with the First OLED TVs

LG Electronics Inc just started taking pre-orders for the first OLED TV. These televisions use technology that promises the clearest images yet on super-thin screens.

They start with 55-inch TVs at a price tag of $10,335 and will be delivered to buyers in South Korea, the home of the company.  North America, Europe, and the rest of Asia will get them sometime by the end of March.

Both LG and Samsung said they were the future of TV and had promised to have them ready for consumers by the end of 2012. However, manufacturing challenges delayed the release dates for both companies.

LD gets the title of the first company to make the OLED TVs, but that is more symbolic than anything because the first sales will probably be small, especially with the price tag.

Samsung has not given a release date for its OLEDs, but has said it is more concerned with making the best product possible rather than a precise launch date.

This new technology promises to be an expensive endeavor for all companies who attempt to compete.  It requires upgraded factories, which can cost billions.