Friday, 28 June 2013

Steps To Protect Yourself From Being Hacked

Follow these simple steps and you will have a nice knowledge from protecting yourself from getting Hacked

1. The first one u know always about the Anti-Virus use a good and stable anti-virus, make sure you update it regularly.

2. Stop using internet explorer as it has some bugs which may lead u too a heavy problem, switch too Firefox and stay safe and have a happy browsing.

3. Use good Spyware and Adware Programs to scan and destroy any left overs.

4. In a month boot ur computer ina safe mode and scan with all the programs for any traces if u can just delete them or quarantine them.

5. Do scan ur Registry for any errors in a week as it may slow down or be a harmful reason of getting hacked. ( Use CCleaner to scan and fix these errors )

6. Check that Firewall is working good and don’t have any strange exceptions.

7. If u think any suspicious activity is going on ur computer e.g. keylogging or something try using virtual keyboard for a safety.

8. Make sure u have backups of all your important files so that in any case u are reformatting due to any problems u can restore them back.

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Wednesday, 26 June 2013

i3indya Summer Training 2013 : First Batch has successfully completed their training : Next YOUR Turn

The First batch of summer training that started form 29th April has successfully completed their training. According to the students, It was an great experience to learn the practical applications of various things.

Upcoming Batch Details

 01-Jul to 03-Aug (12:30 pm)
08-Jul to 10-Aug (9:00 am)
 15-Jul to 17-Aug (12:30 pm)
 22-Jul to 24-Aug (04:00 pm)
 29-Jul to 31-Aug (09:00 am)

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Friday, 21 June 2013

Now we can Share 15 Seconds Video Over Instagram !!

Now a days, Many people have been addicted to posting their pictures over Instagram, it is being reported widely that Facebook owned Instagram has rolled out the video feature. This new feature will let users record and share 15 sec videos on social networks.

Instagram believes to implement its three point formula - Simplicity, Beauty and Speed, over video as well. Here are some quick highlights of the video feature:

  • 15 seconds of video
  • 13 custom filters exclusively for videos
  • Freedom to choose your own cover frame from the video clip
  • Cinema, which lets you stabilise your shaky video

Instagram team wrote in their blog post, “We’re excited to see what the community will bring to video, whether it’s your local cafe showing you [just how they made your latte art] this morning or an [Instagrammer on the other side of the world] taking you on a tour of their city, a [mother sharing her joys in parenting] as her children laugh and play or your favorite athlete taking you [behind the scenes].”

As per the team, the video sharing feature, which supports Android 4.1 and above will be available as a part of Instagram version 4.0 sometime today. We will keep you posted when it arrives on Google Play.

source : sky news

Thursday, 20 June 2013

Google Glass: What We Need To Know!

Back in early 2012, before the world had heard of Google Glass, the tech world was ablaze with rumors that the search giant was beavering away on augmented reality goggles.

What is Google Glass?

Google Glass is an attempt to free data from desktop computers and portable devices like phones and tablets, and place it right in front of your eyes.

Essentially, Google Glass is a camera, display, touch pad  battery and microphone built into spectacle frames so that you can perch a display in your field of vision, film, take pictures, search and translate on the go.
The principle is one that has been around for years in science fiction, and more recently it’s become a slightly clunky reality. In fact, the “heads-up display” putting data in your field of vision became a reality as early as 1900 when the reflector sight was invented.
Google Glass uses display technology instead to put data in front (or at least, to the upper right) of your vision courtesy of a prism screen. This is designed to be easily seen without obstructing your view.

According to Google the display is “the equivalent of a 25-inch high definition screen from eight feet away”. There’s no official word on native resolution, but 640 x 360 has been widely mooted.
Overlaying data into your vision has obvious benefits; many of which are already functional in Google Glass. Directions become more intuitive (although it sounds like there is no GPS on board so you will have to pair it with your phone), you can view real-time translations or transcriptions of what is being said, and you can scroll through and reply to messages – all on the fly.

What Can Google Glass Do?

As well as Google’s own list of features, the early apps for Google Glass provide a neat glimpse into the potential of the headset.

As well as photos and film - which require no explanation – you can use the Google hangout software to video conference with your friends and show them what you’re looking at.

You’ll also be able to use Google Maps to get directions, although with GPS absent from the spec list, you’ll need to tether Glass to your phone.

To do that, Google offers the MyGlass app. This pairs your headset with an Android phone. As well as sharing GPS data, this means messages can be received, viewed on the display, and answered using the microphone and Google’s voice-to-text functionality.

Google has given its Glass project a big boost by snapping up voice specialists DNNresearch.

What Are The Google Glass Specifications?

As well as a mooted 640 x 360 display, the built-in camera is a 5MP snapper that can film at 720p.

Battery life is apparently a day, although that’s with the usual “typical use” caveat, which probably excludes a lot of videoing.

There’s 16GB of flash memory built into the device, although only 12GB will be available for user storage. The device will sync to your Google Drive in the cloud

Bluetooth and WiFi will be built in, but no GPS chip – so the Glass will probably work best alongside an Android phone, although you can pair with any Bluetooth enabled phone.

The frame will come with replacement and adjustable nosepads, and is expected to be both lightweight and extremely robust. It will also have a touchpad along one arm.

The sound will be produced through bone conduction transfer – vibrating your skull to transmit to your ears.

There is a Micro USB cable and charger for the dev versions, and all of the above specs are expected to be replicated in the consumer versions when they arrive.

Lastly, Google Glass will come in five colours: Charcoal, Tangerine, Shale, Cotton and Sky. Using Glass’s translation ability to turn that list from marketing speak to plain English, that’s black, orange, grey, white and blue.

How Much Google Glass Cost?

The Google Glass Explorer (the developer version being sent out now) costs $1,500 - around £985 or AU$1,449.

The consumer versions, which are expected to arrive by the end of 2013, are expected to be a little cheaper, although any actual prices remain speculative. They are unlikely to be super-cheap – but Google’s success with the Nexus 7 tablet may prompt the company to subsidies some of the cost.

source : google

Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Coming Soon : Cars to run on Human Waste!!

Cars that run on a by-product of human sewage could replace petrol vehicles within a span of three years, according to a report.

A car manufacturer in Japan is backing a consortium which is investigating a process that turns sewage sludge into hydrogen for use in fuel-cell vehicles.

Fuel-cell vehicles are seen by many as a better zero-emissions alternative to plug-in electric vehicles because they offer greater range and don't rely on electricity grids that are often powered by coal, according to Japan's Nikkei business daily.

Instead they use an on-board chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity. The by-product that comes out of the exhaust pipe is water.

However, one of the main obstacles to commercialize the fuel-cell vehicles is the process of producing hydrogen. The traditional method, which is expensive and complicated, involves extracting it from liquefied natural gas or fossil fuels.

The consortium has said that extracting hydrogen from sewage is cheaper and more environmentally friendly than traditional methods. It claims the process cuts carbon emissions by 75%, reported.

The process involves drying out the sludge to generate methane gas. The methane gas is then reheated to extract a high concentration of hydrogen gas.

The consortium is aiming to commercialize the process by 2015.

A number of car makers, including Toyota, Honda, Hyundai, Nissan and Mercedes-Benz, are working on fuel-cell vehicles, although significant hurdles, including refuelling infrastructure, remain.

Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Wonderful Engineering : Some Photographs

A Mall In Osaka, Japan. They Built It To Bring A Little Green Into The Concrete And Metal City

Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway

Concept Colony on Mars

Flexible OLED Mobile displays !!

Norway Skybridge

Picnic Bicycle!!

Subway interior in Seoul, South Korea
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Thursday, 13 June 2013

Robotics: Study & make a career!!

A decade or two back, the idea of a robot cleaning your house or car, was dismissed as mere fantasy. Not any more. Today, countries like the USA, European countries, Japan and Australia are engaged in robotics research and development. “Suffering from lack of availability of suitable manpower, there’s a dire need for robots which will do routine activities. This need drives people in these countries to demand cheaper and versatile robots in the near future.

What will you have to do as a robotics engineer?

Research work on robotics applications in various fields.
Assist engineers in the design and application of robot systems
Inspect electronic components involved in production of robot’
Test robots for defects after manufacturer's assembly
Install robots or robot systems where required
Install robot safety systems
Provide assistance to users, including fine robots
Program robot for series of moves manually or by electronic instructions to a microprocessor or by setting up kinetic suits
Modify computer-controlled motion of robots
Trouble shoot to determine robot malfunctions, using knowledge of microprocessors, programmable controllers, electronics, circuit analysis, mechanics, hydraulics, and pneumatic
Disassemble robots and/or peripheral equipment like circuit boards, sensors, controllers, encoders, servomotors, servo valves, or automatic lubrication systems
Reassemble robots
Train other technicians to operate, program, repair, and service robots
Keep records of test procedures and results, service schedules, repairs, etc

Future of Robotics

Did you ever think of the Future of Robotics? What will it really be like? Will Science Fiction become reality? If not how close will they come? Will robots take over every aspect of human life? Also will robots be the only things that work on our planet will robots be making robots? Which sectors will we see robots dominate in? Will we see more? Yes! The following fields are just some examples

Robots in Commerce – Retail, Services, Fields,
Robots in the home – Maids, Washing Car, Doing Chores, Mowing the Lawn,
Robots in Security – Guards, Guard Dogs, Bomb Sniffers, Bomb Squads,
Robots to the Rescue – FEMA, Earthquake, Hurricanes, Wild Fires
Robots for the Weather and Environment – Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Robots in Transportation – Light Rail, Cars, Aircraft
Robots in Distribution – Trains, Warehouses
Robotic Androids – Assistants, Mentors, Educators
Robots and Artificial Intelligence – Thinking Machines and Systems
Robots in the Military – Smart Munitions, Net-Centric Systems, UAVs

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Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Moradabad Police Training Press Release : i3indya

i3indya Technologies has successfully delivered 3 Days Training on Cyber Crime Investigation & Computer Forensic (WITH LIVE CASES & DEMO) delivered to Top Officers of Moradabad Crime Branch by Mr. OoPpSs. Find the Press Releases of the Workshop by Jagaran and Amar Ujala.

Monday, 10 June 2013

Refer Your Friends and Get Exclusive Discount Vouchers from i3indya

What is i3indya Reference Program ?

i3indya Technologies has introduced an offer wherein you need to refer “i3indya Summer Training 2013 (iST 2013)” program details to your friends. If your friends register with our iST 2013 program then you may get good discounts on our Workshop/Training programs.

What I need to Do ?

You just need to sit back at your seat and enter the details of your friends whom you think would be interested to join iST 2013 at any of our 23 centres across India. You need to make sure the details filled in the form should be valid and not fake/spam.

How I shall be Beneficial ?

You will be getting i3indya Discount Vouchers if your referred friends join iST 2013.
If your 5 friends register for iST 2013 then you will get voucher worth  1,500/-
If your 10 friends register for iST 2013 then you will get voucher worth  2,500/-

Terms & Conditions

-  Person referring his/her friends for iST 2013 need to be a registered student of iST 2013 of any batch and at    any centre
-  Only if exact 5 or 10 members join iST 2013 then you will get the discount vouchers
-  Vouchers will be send as e-mail to your email id
-  Vouchers can be used at any i3indya Workshops or Training Programs
-  Voucher discount will be given back in cash at the 2nd day of workshop/training batch

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Saturday, 8 June 2013

How Technology has Changed our Lives!! PART 2

Continued From Previous Post

16 Shop at a bookstore
Yes, we love bookstores, but they’re an endangered species. It’s just so much easier and cheaper to buy books online or to download eBooks.

17 Place a classified ad
The newspaper classifieds used to be the place to go to find a job, rent an apartment or sell your car. Not anymore. The classified ads, like so many other things, have gone online. Sites such as Craigslist have turned the Internet into a global swap meet.

18 Buy event tickets in person or over the phone
Remember when buying concert or theater tickets meant standing in line at the box office or spending nerve-wracking minutes (or longer) on hold waiting to find out if you could still get good seats? Those days are gone now that you can purchase tickets online and check the available seating before you buy.

19 Work at the office every day
People used to go to the same office every morning, sit at the same desk all day long, and then go home. They had no choice; that’s where the work was. With today’s mobile technology and widespread broadband service, your work can follow you wherever you choose to go.

20 Use the phone to check the time
“At the tone, the time will be . . .” Remember when you used to have to make a telephone call and listen to a recorded message if you wanted the correct time? Many of us still use our phones to check the time, but not by making a call. We just turn on our phones and the correct time is displayed, no matter where we are in the world.

21 Carry change for pay phones
There used to be pay phones every few blocks, and if your car broke down or you needed to call home to say you were running late, you needed to have some change so you could make a call. Mobile phones made pay phones and telephone booths obsolete. So much so that the memory of those days seems a little bizarre.

22 Use an eraser
Spelling errors, grammatical mistakes and typos used to be a much bigger problem than they are today. Mistakes made in pencil or pen required an eraser, some elbow grease, and some fervent prayer that you wouldn’t tear the paper. Typing errors could also be tackled with an eraser, but eventually someone invented correction fluids, such as Wite-Out, which made the job easier. Today, most such errors can be fixed with a click and a keystroke.

23 Open a file cabinet
Between cloud computing and various mobile devices that can store terabytes of data, most people no longer have much reason to create paper records and store them in file cabinets.

24 Print photos and put them in an album
Family and vacation photos may never go out of style, but how we organize and display them has changed dramatically in recent years. Most of our photos are digital, not on film. And although we may still print a few photos for framing, our albums are more likely to be online or in the cloud.

25 Watch television programs when they are broadcast
Just as mobile technology broke the invisible chain that tethered us to our desks, a host of new media and entertainment technologies have ended the tyranny of television scheduling. We can now record our favorite television programs and view them at a more convenient time or watch them on demand on our home TVs, personal computers, tablets or even our phones.
Source : msn

Friday, 7 June 2013

How Technology has Changed our Lives!!

Technology has changed the world and, in doing so, has changed the way we live. Here are 25 things we no longer do, or do differently, because of technology.
Why mail picture postcards to friends and family during your vacation, and take the change that it will arrive after you’ve returned home or never arrive at all, when you can so easily take photos with your smartphone and send them instantly with a text or email message or share them on Facebook?

2.Few people these days bother with traditional road maps when they can use apps such as MapQuest and Google Maps to figure out where they’re going, or the GPS systems in their cars or on their smartphones to help them get there.

3.There used to be long lines at the bank every Friday as people lined up to cash their paychecks, but today most employers deposit wages directly into their employees’ bank accounts.

4.There was a time when a person could make a good living selling encyclopedias, and many families were proud to provide their children with such a comprehensive source of human knowledge, but the Internet made paper encyclopedias obsolete.

5.For hundreds of years, newspapers were how most people learned what was happening across town or around the world. Today, we still crave news but we get most of it online, instantly and, in most cases, free of charge.

6.Who needs all that hardware? Rather than haul around a few tapes or CDs and a clunky machine, we can store thousands of songs in our pocket-sized smartphones or MP3 players, or tune into Internet services such as Pandora or Spotify for even more musical choices.

7.Dial *69
Remember that neat trick of dialing *69 to find out who called you? Today, billions of people have caller ID as a standard feature on their phones.

8.Scholars have been mourning the lost art of conversation for years, and now letter writing is going the same way. With so many people communicating through email, instant messaging, text messages and social media, few of us choose to write letters anymore.

9.Public libraries are great community resources, but technology is changing the role they play in our lives. If kids go the library to do their homework now, they bring a laptop computer and use the library’s Internet connection to do their research online, which most of them could do just as easily from home. So they’re really just there to hang out with their friends.

10. The idea of a printed telephone directory to help customers locate businesses seems almost quaint in an era when so many companies have their own websites and consumers post reviews online to help other people determine which business can best meet their needs.

11.Call theaters for movie information
It’s still possible, of course, but it’s usually just so much easier to check Flixter or Fandango to get show times and theater locations. And while you’re there, you can also watch trailers and read reviews by both critics and viewers.

12. Use disposable cameras
Disposable cameras used to be a hassle-free way to take snapshots, but now that so many mobile phones feature cameras that can take high-quality photographs and videos, we’ve pretty much trashed disposable cameras.

13.Pay bills in person or by mail
Not so long ago, paying your bills meant showing up with your checkbook in hand or mailing checks to your creditors, but electric funds transfer now makes it possible to pay bills online, access or transfer your money from nearly anywhere in the world, and buy and sell stuff online without sending money or checks through the mail.

14.Consult travel agents
When was the last time you had a travel agent plan your vacation? Exactly. Not many people do that anymore. Who needs travel agents when sites like TripIt will organize all your travel plans and create a master itinerary, or when a travel search engine like will search more than 140 travel sites to find the cheapest fares?

15 Reverse the charges
Worrying about the cost of long-distance telephone calls is a thing of the past, because most mobile phone plans offer free long-distance calling. And with Skype, you can make free video calls so that you can see as well as hear who you’re talking to.

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