Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Google started Handwriting recognition search for Tablet in 27 language

In attempt to make search more easy on Mobile devices google has introduced a new feature in which user need not to use any virtual keyboard on handheld tablet or mobile device.All you need to just start using your finger or stylus to write on mobile device touch screen.By default this feature is disabled, but you can enable it on your mobile phone or tablet, by visiting the settings page, tapping "enable" in the "handwriting" section and then saving the settings.

Once the feature is enabled, tap the Handwrite icon on the bottom right corner of your screen to activate the writing surface. Write a few letters and you’ll see autocomplete options appear below the search box. If one of the options is what you’re looking for, just tap it to search. For longer queries, you can continue writing and use the arrows next to the autocompletions to move the right one into the search box. Since you can write anywhere, you don’t have to look back and forth repeatedly from the keyboard to the search box.
If you are in busy street corner or in taxi ride or sitting in couch with your tablet,here this feature helps you search by just using finger as pen. currently his feature is preety much helpful in queries of few letters
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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

How to Track Stolen Mobile/Laptop/Computer for FREE

Prey lets you keep track of your laptop, phone and tablet whenever stolen or missing -- easily and all in one place. It's lightweight, open source software that gives you full and remote control, 24/7.
Basically you install a tiny agent in your PC or phone, which silently waits for a remote signal to wake up and work its magic.This signal is sent either from the Internet or through an SMS message, and allows you to gather information regarding the device's location, hardware and network status, and optionally trigger specific actions on. You can download this simple application at here

You can quickly find out where your computer is located, who's using it, and what he's doing on it thanks to Prey's powerful reports system.

By marking your device as missing, Prey will gather all the evidence you request and send it either to your Control Panel account or directly to your mailbox, depending on the reporting method you choose.


Create our own CCTV monitoring system for FREE

iSpy is tool that will monitor the on going event ,record it on to your HDD. This is unique tool which will help to monitor activities in sensitive area. If you are not at home you can create a surveillance for secuirty purpose.This is Free tool which will help in area like Office surveillance,Home security,Work Monitoring,Wild Life watching,Theft Protection,Machine Monitoring Here are list of some of the feature which this tool is capable of doing. To download and try this tool you can visit here


Saturday, July 21, 2012

How to transfer Phonebook contact from one phone to another

I came across very interesting scenario where I was suppose to transfer contact of a NOKIA phone to Blackberry/Android. First method that came in mind is just copy the contact to SIM memory and then tranfer to another phone. Here I am going to explain few method by which you can transfer your contact from one phone to another.Now a day people switching to smartphone then it become cumbersome to copy so much contact one by by so I am going to present few method which will help you to easily switch to smart phones.

1) Transfer Contact using SIM memory: In this method if you have limited contact on phone memory say like less than 200 contact then you just need to COPY/MOVE all your contact from OLD phone to SIM memory. Now you can place the SIM on new PHONE and start using.Here I want to state that you can even COPY/MOVE the content of SIM to NEW phone book.If you have more than 200 contact including SIM and PHONE book  then first  you need to MOVE the contact of existing  SIM memory and then place the SIM on new phone there you need to MOVE content from SIM to NEW PHONE.Once the SIM content is empty now place the SIM on OLD phone move the PHONE book content on to SIM and again place the SIM to new PHONE and move the content to new phone book, continue this process until your OLD phonebook get empty.

2) Transfer using Computer: The SIM card based approach is good when transferring basic phone numbers but if your phone’s address book includes long names, email addresses,then you need corresponding phone application to transfer.For instance if you have a NOKIA phone and you are shifting to BLACKBERRY or iPHONE or ANDRIOD then use NOKIA OviSuit application to copy your phone'address book to Microsoft Outlook on your desktop. Once it is copied to to your Outlook then you can use BLACKBERRY Desktop Manager software or HTC sync or iTunes in case of iPHONE or Kies for Samsung glaxy to Transfer from Outlook(PC) to your new phone's address book
Windows Mobile users, like Samsung Omnia or HTC HD2, may again use Microsoft’s Device Center (or ActiveSync for XP) to copy their phone address book to the desktop via Outlook. If you are simply switching from one Windows Phone to another, you can transfer contacts via the cloud itself using Microsoft’s My Phone service.

3) Transfer using Cloud : If you have internet enable handset  then you can copy your old phone contat to new phone over cloud without even a computer. A online seriver called Mobical which is free and works with moost of mobile phone form NOKIA,Motorola.SONY etc.All you need to setup  MOBICAL on old phone and will create back up of your phone on cloud, Now setup Mobical on the new phone using same  login detail and it will automatically download all the contact form cloud to new phone

Another intresting method on is GOOGLE SYNC, a cloud based service that works with BLACKBERRY,iPHONE,NOKIA and most other phones that are SyncML capable. Google sync keep address book in sync with Google contact.If you install google syn on two diffrent phone and use same login detial then it will automatically syn the both phone You can install Google syn on old phone and and just sync with google contact. Once you have finished sync with old phone now install google sync on new phone and use same credential to sync. All the Google contact corresponding to that login will automatically sync.


Thursday, July 19, 2012

Google allow users to send and receive email via SMS

Gmail users can now send and receive their emails via their feature phones.
However, this service will currently be available in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya only but is likely to be launched in other regions later. It will help the search giant reach out to a larger audience in countries which do not have much mobile internet penetration.

According to  Google Africa's blog it says, "Gmail SMS automatically forwards your emails as SMS text messages to your phone and you can respond by replying directly to the SMS.Users can control the emails through commands like More, Pause and Resume.  They can create new mails via SMS and send the same to any email address. This email will be automatically placed in the correct conversation thread.
This feature require a feature phone with basic voice and SMS features in order to make full use of this service. Users can activate this service by modifying the settings in their Gmail accounts and registering their phone numbers with Google.


Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Micromax launches solar phone X259

Micromax Informatics Limited has launched a 'green phone' X259. X250 comes with a built-in solar panel and allows users to charge their phones using solar energy. According to the company, the phone automatically gets charged through solar power on exposure to sunlight.
This is especially targeted at rural areas where there is shortage and frequent power cut.
 Micromax X259 features a 2.4 inch QVGA screen with a resolution of 240X320. This has expandable storage upto 4GB. The phone is powered with a 1000mAh Li-ion battery and facilitates dual SIM dual standby feature. The users can share images, videos, music with friends through the phone's Bluetooth connectivity. Micromax X259's multimedia features include audio and video player and FM radio with recording.
Micromax X259 Solar Phone is priced at Rs 2499 and will be available across all leading retail outlets across India. 
Now its time to get review from customer once it reaches to large mass of customer.if we just talk about innovation then it is really innovative idea which will overcome battery problem while we are on move and there is no option for electricity.
As for the solar panel, the manufacturer claims that the phone can be charged by exposure to sunlight, with three hours of charging resulting in 1.5 hours of talk time. Micromax is  not the first to try its  such a technology.  Nokia had  also started something similar earlier this year, only to kill the project before rolling it out commercially.  Samsung had gone so far as to commercially launch a solar-powered phone, called the Solar Guru (Guru E1107) in India over three years ago, but it is already disappeared from market. It time for Micromax to test how much they are capable to stand with this technology and evolve in days to come


HTC to provide Indian Langauge support to Andriod phones

HTC has announced that it has started rolling out a software update for its One series, Desire C and V smartphones. This software update will bring full language support for Hindi, Tamil and Marathi languages.Apart from these they have added Bengali script for which user can only view in Bengali script
Users will be able to read and write in Hindi, Tamil and Marathi through all messaging functions on HTC smartphones launched this year.

“HTC is committed to helping Indian consumers communicate easily through a more intuitive mobile experience, which can only be offered with full Indian language capability on their smartphones,” said Faisal Siddiqui, Country Manager, HTC India. “HTC continues to be the smartphone brand of choice for the India market due to our focus on what the consumer needs, and delivering that in an encompassing, holistic manner.”


Monday, July 2, 2012

How to type in Indian Langauge(Hindi/Bengala/Punjabi etc) in Windows XP/2000

In Indian we have 22 different Indian language, so in order to create a document on user native language is quite interesting. Here I am going to explain you how to make your computer enable to type in your own language.

For this Windows XP has provided a Language support which doesn't come as default on fresh installation of XP but if you are using Windows vista/Windows 7 this feature is installed by default .

For Windows XP we need to install Language Pack that comes with Windows Xp CD.

Steps for installations

1) Click on Start Control Panel
2) Click on Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options if your viewing in Category view
(If you are viewing in Classic view then click on Regional and Language option Click on Language tab)
3) Click on Add languages
4) Check the two check box
5) Press OK ,On pressing OK button it will look for windows XP CD
6) Place the CD on CD-ROM
7) It will automatically search for required file
8) Once it is get installed it will prompt for Restart for system.
9) After installation you will find a language bar floating on Task bar.

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