Moto E (Gen 2) With Large Screen, 4G LTE and Android L

The new Moto E packs very much the same set of specs, but the one thing that will catch your attention is the bigger 4.5-inch screen. However, the quality of both 3G and 4G model is just like the last generation Moto E, qHD (540×960 pixels) display. Both the phones run on Android 5.0 Lollipop. The LTE version is a bit faster than the other model and is powered by 64-bit quad-core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410.
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How Internet and Smart Homes make Hacking Likey?

In 2011, a startup known as Nest Labs has created a thermostat that learned the temperature patterns in your home and adjusted itself without your intervention to maximize your comfort. It also connected to the worldwide internet, making it officially one of the most popular “Internet of Things” (IoT) products for the consumer market. Before this thermostat made it into the market, there was already a variety of products that similarly connected to the internet. While everyone is busy talking about the conveniences such an innovation brings with it, there are very few looking at how complex the security landscape will become as a consequence of IoT.

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Samsung Galaxy J1 4G

Samsung Brings Out Galaxy J1 4G, A budget smart-phone priced at Rs. 9900

The Galaxy J1 has a conventional specs sheet. It sports a 4.3-inch WVGA TFT display with 480×800 pixel density. It is equipped with 1.2GHz quad core processor and runs on Android 4.4 KitKat. The inbuilt memory specifications include 768 MB RAM and 4 GB ROM, which can be upgraded up to 128 GB via microSD slot.

Considering the camera, the Galaxy J1 features a 5MP rear shooter with Flash along with 2 MP front snapper. Connectivity options include MicroUSB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, NFC and USB 2.0. The Dual SIM handset gets pepped up from the 1,850mAh battery. The device is available in blue, black and white colour variants.

The software on board the Samsung Galaxy J1 is a simplified Android 4.4.4 KitKat-based TouchWiz UI. It offers the bare-bones TouchWz without the fancy productivity features we see in Samsung’s upper-level smartphones. TouchWiz is fast and smooth on the Galaxy J1 and we didn’t experience any hiccups and issues with it.

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How HTTP 2.0 Will Change The Face of The Internet

Almost everything you visit on the web at one point or another uses a special protocol known as the Hyptertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Ever since the year 1999, you’ve been using HTTP version 1.1. This has been the ongoing standard for many years until Google made an announcement on February 10, 2015 that its browser will be adding full support of what is now known as HTTP/2. This sounds like utter gibberish to some, but that’s because there’s no description of what HTTP/2 does differently. To understand this, we need to explore exactly what this new protocol version does, and how it is similar to the version of HTTP we’ve been using for nearly two decades.

What Does HTTP/2 Achieve?

Whenever a new protocol version is developed, it needs actual concrete goals. The most obvious goal is backward compatible with its predecessor, HTTP 1.1. Without that ability, every server in the world will have to switch to HTTP/2 for you to be able to browse their websites.

While maintaining compatibility with the older version, this new protocol will make use of advanced techniques as measures against latency, making pages load faster. This is the primary goal, the problem that HTTP/2 plans to address most aggressively.

Other improvements include added security and compatibility with reverse proxies.

In the big scheme of things, HTTP/2 is not going to be that much different from HTTP 1.1. As you surf the internet, the strongest effect you will feel is that webpages will load significantly faster as long as they support the new version.

How Does HTTP/2 Make The Web Faster?

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KickassTorrents Taken Down is now available on

“Kickass torrents” is banned by Somalian registry. They are forcing the kickass’s website operators to find new domain for their torrent website. kickass torrent website was banned on Monday morning. kickass torrents is one of the most visited website with a million of visitors per day. It has global rank of 67 and in the United states, it has 42 which means kickass is one of the most visited websites in the world. kickass so domain is listed as banned by the so.registry. kickass torrent website stopped working from 4 am ET and from then it is still offline.

Update : KickAss torrents is available now on
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Samsung starts producing EPOP Memory for smartphones

Samsung, have recently announced they have gone into mass production of the industry’s very first ePoP memory for smartphones. ePoP stands for embedded package on package. The memory module which is a single memory package, has 3GB LPDDR3 DRAM, a 32GB eMMC (Embedded Multi-Media Card) as well as a controller.

The newly designed component is going be used in high-end smartphones. The major selling point of this piece of DRAM hardware is that since it combines all the essential memory components into a single package, it does not take up much space.

The 3GB LPDDR3 mobile DRAM in this element operates at an I/O data transfer rate of 1,866Mb/s and offers 64-bit I/O bandwidth. This is more than capable of satisfying the current market requirements, all the while maintaining efficiency in power, and of course the ultra slim design. It has been said that the space which will be saved could possibly go towards integrating a larger sized battery.
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Want To Recover Lost iOS Data? iFoneBox helps you !

Have you ever been in the unfortunate circumstance where you wreck your iPhone? It looks like you may lose some of your really important content. Sound familiar?

 This is where you need a helpful app like iFonebox.

iFonebox is a really useful utility tool, which helps recover lost iOS data and transfer the recovered data back to your device. iFonebox can help you to recover deleted data from your device (iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch) and iTunes backup files. It can also backup existing data from the device or iTunes backup file to PC or Mac in viewable formats. iFonebox can also transfer recovered contacts and notes directly back to your device.

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YouTube Now Uses HTML5 Instead of Flash Video

The Google-owned media giant, YouTube, has just announced that it has begun using HTML5 video as its default for all media playback on the website. This marks a substantial forward step in its progressive move away from Flash. YouTube has stated the new default standard will work in the most popular web browsers including Apple’s Safari browser.

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