Saturday, May 18, 2013

Get Indian Voter ID Online on your Finger tip

For anyone who does not have a Voter ID already, the Election Commission has started online registrations for getting a voter ID made.

In a few easy steps one can register online, get their address verified and then receive the voter ID delivered at home.
Here you will have basically three option
Officer Contact List
Online Application
New User Registration

If you don't have Voter Id then click on New user Registration else go for Online application .There you will get various option for editing voter ID detail like Address change ,any type of correction etc.Fill the suitable from and get the Application ID .Once application is registered a commission representative will visit your home for verification. Once verification is completed then you can check status of your application online


Friday, May 17, 2013

Send and Receive money using your GMAIL account : Google Wallet

Till now E-mail attachment were used to send photos, videos and files but now you can  send money Google launched its e-mail service Gmail has plans to launch such a service. It is now being introduced in the U.S. When will it happen in India, will just have to wait for it. Earlier this service was mainly used on mobile device but now they have come to desktop version

Google has named this as  Google Wallet. This will act as your  vallet  which be will link with the user's bank account. If desired, users can link your account with a debit or credit card, but in that case 2.9 per cent on every transaction fee will be charged. The U.S. roll out this service for users above 18 years of age and have it be able to use it. If you want to receive the money in your account to activate this feature. However, before such a service had started some websites, but they did not become Popular. When will it happen in India, is not known yet. Meet it by RBI norms.

How to send money
For this, a user should have a e-mail account with Google . Click on on Compose button in your inbox
Currently this feature is only available on New version of composing email of gmail Here you will find dollar sign. Click on the account or card to determine the amount you can send and thall all your money will be get transferred. Refer the Video for more detail

What is Google Wallet
The feature is in your Google Wallet account. India currently visiting, you can put your credit card or debit card details. Before buying any products from the App Store or Google may pay.


Saturday, May 11, 2013

Forget Long Queue of Recharge your Delhi metro smart card- Recharge it ONLINE

DMRC(DELHI METRO RAIL CORPORATION)  has started interesting initiative to recharge there smart cart ONLINE, since it will allow smartcard users to skip the long queues present at metro stations and thereby reduce the congestion at the ticket counters, This will sure help current system to get further simplified by removing the additional step of the commuter going to the AVM to complete the recharge process.

Under this  facility it allows commuters to top up their smart cards through credit and debit cards by visiting  or which will guide them through a recharge procedure.Currently i have noticed that only Credit card /Debit card recharge is available  Hope Internet banking service will be available soon

“DMRC has taken a very important step of providing more and more services to commuters,” said Delhi Metro Managing Director Mangu Singh, adding commuters can avoid queuing, top up in a leisurely manner and will not incur any extra fee to recharge online. “While ICICI Bank has provided the gateway, all debit and credit cards can be used online. Soon net banking facilities will also be available,” he said.


Sunday, May 5, 2013

What is QR code?

QR code (Quick Response Code) is the for a type of matrix barcode first designed for the automotive industry in Japan. Bar codes are optical machine-readable labels attached to items that record information related to the item. Recently, the QR Code system has become popular outside the automotive industry due to its fast readability and greater storage capacity compared to standard UPC barcodes. The code consists of black modules (square dots) arranged in a square grid on a white background. The information encoded may be made up of four standardized types ("modes") of data (numeric, alphanumeric, byte / binary, Kanji) or, through supported extensions, virtually any type of data.
A QR code is read by an imaging device, such as a camera, and formatted algorithmically by underlying software using Reed-Solomon error correction until the image can be appropriately interpreted. Data is then extracted from patterns present in both horizontal and vertical components of the image. As a variety of industries utilize the QR code today, the applications for use can vary from product tracking, item identification, time tracking, document management and general marketing purposes.

There are various online Free Utlities which creates QR code and Decode them

These utilities helps to create QR code and encode data into it. Here I have created a QR code which is having a URL for .

On using any of above utilities you can decode its information.

QR codes now a days is widely used  in Google's Android operating system and iOS devices (iPhone/iPod/iPad). The browser supports URL redirection, which allows QR codes to send metadata to existing applications on the device. mbarcode is a QR code reader for the Maemo operating system. In Apple's iOS, a QR code reader is not natively included, but more than fifty paid and free apps are available with both the ability to scan the codes and hard-link to an external URL.  Goggles is an example of one of many applications that can scan and hard-link URLs for iOS and Android. With BlackBerry devices, the App World application can natively scan QR codes and load any recognized Web URLs on the device's Web browser. Windows Phone 7.5 is able to scan QR codes through the Bing search app.


Wednesday, May 1, 2013

First webpage on Internet get revised on occasion of 20th Internet Annivarsary

Two decades ago today, the European particle accelerator called CERN gave birth to what's known as the open Web -- a technology that anyone can build without paying licensing or fees.

The challenge is most clear in the area of video, where patents and copy protection are at odds with the Web's openness.

Tim Berners-Lee, a physicist at CERN, started developing what he called the World Wide Web in 1989. After CERN released the software for free on April 30, 1993, the Web spread like wildfire to become a global publishing medium.
Father of Internet-Tim Berners-Lee with his First webpage

On Tuesday,30April 2013 CERN republished the world's first Web site as part of a project to reconstruct its earliest Web content and spotlight its move toward openness on the occasion of 20th anniversary of Internet

Source Code of First Webpage

The first URL was "" For years, however, it has redirected to the CERN website's Web host root. But using the archive hosted on the W3C site, CERN put the files back online and recreated a 1992 version of the very first website.
First Webpage in Internet world
The update new version of this page is hosted at
Update First Webpage on occasion of 20th Internet Anniversary


Skype Video/Voice call in Microsoft Email Service

Here is some good news for Microsoft account user, Microsoft will integrate Skype into its email service. With this implementation they will be able to indulge in voice and video communication, in addition to the conventional text communication
This means that people can check their e-mails and talk about the contents simultaneously. In case you forgot, is the successor of the email service

Microsoft  in a blog post that a preview version of Skype for would be rolled out starting right now. Although this version will first be available to users in the United Kingdom
Microsoft says that users of other countries would get the preview version soon. Indian users will have to wait to benefit from the service integration

According to Microsoft to enable Skype for email, one has to download a plug-in for their web-browser - recent versions of Chrome, Firefox and IE are supported.Thereafter, users can use their MS account to connect Skype to their Inbox.

To understand how really it will work please visit this video