Facebook Security Tips: Stay Protected

Facebook Security Tips: Stay Protected

Facebook has become important to our social lives. Its up to us that how we manage and protect our precious accounts. There is a group of evil-minded people out there who are always trying to get benefits from your mistakes  (known as hacker). So in this interesting article you will learn that to keep yourselves protected in this World of Technology.   1-Use Antivirus from Facebook AV Market Place: Always make sure that you have installed best and update antivirus on your PC. Many hackers use Phishing method (Fake-Pages) to hack Facebook Accounts. Antivirus not only prevent you from these attacks but also keep you save from Keylogers and Trojans etc. Facebook also knows importance of antivirus software that’s why they come up with “AV Market Place”. Here you can get top class antivirus software with licences.   2-Use Secure Connections “//https:” Facebook has a option to browser on secure options which means that whole information between the servers and browsers will be encrypted. Thus, hackers cannot steal your sessions and passwords as they are encrypted. To do this goto your Account Setting—>Security and check the first option as shown below:   3-Manage Your Passwords: It’s hard to believe that many common people use their phone-numbers, names, address etc as their password which anyone can guess. Always select a unique password which has upper-case letters and numbers. You can easily check that how strong is your password, just goto this site: http://howsecureismypassword.net/ Also make sure that you don’t store your passwords to your browsers. Whenever you sign in your browser ask to save password, don’t do that at all.   4-Keep Your Privacy level...
Install jelly bean on Galaxy S i9000 [How TO – Official Rom – Android 4.1]

Install jelly bean on Galaxy S i9000 [How TO – Official Rom – Android 4.1]

Android 4.1, Jelly Bean Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, is the fastest and smoothest version of Android yet. Jelly Bean improves on the simplicity and beauty of Android 4.0, and introduces a new Google search experience on Android. Considered as one of the best single-core Android phones, the Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 has been fed an Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean ROM, ported from build JRO03H of Android 4.1 for the Galaxy Nexus. Thanks to the efforts of XDA Developers member iall5star for bringing this amazing ROM to the Galaxy S. Running this ROM on our phones would mean getting Jelly Bean features like advanced performance, smoother interface, voice recognition, search functionality, and many more According to the dev, the ROM is stable enough for daily use, even in its current development stage (beta 8).  Though, it might still have some bugs or issues. Nevertheless, developers are working on improving the ROM more to eliminate the current bugs. If you want to try this ported ROM, read on to learn how to upgrade the Galaxy S I9000 to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean via a ported stock official ROM. If you have installed ice cream sandwich on your galaxy S1 before then this is just a piece of cake for you if you haven’t check that out here it is: How to Install Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on Galaxy S-i9000 Requirements A rooted Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 running either stock XXJVU firmware or an ICS-based custom ROM and with ClockworkMod Recovery installed. For help, check out our guide on how to root and flash ClockworkMod Recovery on the Galaxy S I9000 running XXJVU firmware(step 1). Download...
Apple iPhone 5 Unofficial Specification And Price

Apple iPhone 5 Unofficial Specification And Price

Apple iPhone 5: Price The 16GB iPhone 4S lines up in retailers with a hefty £499 price tag. Prices continue up all the way to £699 for the 64GB edition. Ahead of the iPhone 4S successor’s announcement, it is believed that the sixth-gen model will simply replace the iPhone 4s in terms of price points and range of models with any 128GB storage option likely to hit the £799 price mark. Preliminary unofficial specifications GENERAL 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 CDMA 800 / 1900 – for Verizon 3G Network HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 CDMA2000 1xEV-DO – for Verizon 4G Network LTE 700 MHz Class 17 / 2100 – for AT&T LTE 700 MHz Class 13 – for Verizon Announced Exp. announcement 2012, September Status Rumored. Exp. release 2012, October BODY Dimensions 123.8 x 58.5 x 7.6 mm Weight – DISPLAY Type LED-backlit IPS TFT, capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors Size 640 x 1136 pixels, 4.0 inches (~326 ppi pixel density) Multitouch Yes Protection Corning Gorilla Glass, oleophobic coating SOUND Alert types Vibration, propriety ringtones Loudspeaker Yes 3.5mm jack Yes MEMORY Card slot No Internal 16/32/64 GB storage, 1 GB RAM DATA GPRS Yes EDGE Yes Speed DC-HSDPA, 42 Mbps; HSDPA, 21 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps, LTE, 73 Mbps; Rev. A, up to 3.1 Mbps WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot Bluetooth Yes, v4.0 with A2DP NFC TBD USB Yes, v2.0 CAMERA Primary 12 MP, autofocus, LED flash Features Touch focus, geo-tagging, face detection, HDR Video Yes, [email protected], LED video light, video stabilization, geo-tagging Secondary Yes, videocalling over Wi-Fi and 3G/4G FEATURES OS...
Talk time (battery life)

Talk time (battery life)

Talk time is the officially quoted longest time that a single battery charge will last when you are constantly talking on the phone. The talk time is highly dependent on the cellular network environment such as the distance to the closest GSM cell tower. Moving fast while talking (as in a vehicle) also negatively affects battery life. Manufacturers measure talk time in controlled conditions and the quoted numbers are rarely reached in real-life scenarios. These numbers are best used as reference when comparing phones from the same manufacturer because battery life measurement methodology will probably vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Quite often you will find the Talk time field in the specification pages of new phones empty as the manufacturers sometimes fail to disclose the info at the time of the official announcement. Later on, when the handset hits the market, the figures are usually revealed and accordingly, we take the care to add them to our...
Standby time (battery life)

Standby time (battery life)

Stand-by time is the officially quoted longest time that a single battery charge will last when the phone is constantly connected to the GSM network but is not in active use. The stand-by time is highly dependent on the cellular network environment, such as the distance to the closest GSM cell tower (base station). Moving the phone (as in a vehicle) also negatively affects battery life. Manufacturers measure talk time in controlled conditions and the quoted numbers are rarely reached in real-life scenarios. These numbers are best used as reference when comparing phones from the same manufacturer because battery life measurement methodology will probably vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Quite often you will find the Stand-by time field in the specification pages of new phones empty as the manufacturers sometimes fail to disclose the info at the official announcement. Later on when the handset hits the market, the figures are usually revealed and accordingly, we take the care to add them to the...
Java

Java

Often stands for “Java ME” (the new name of J2ME, Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition). Java ME is a platform for applications running on mobile phones. These, mainly small, applications (e.g. games) can be downloaded from the Internet directly to the phone using its built-in...
GPS (Global Positioning System)

GPS (Global Positioning System)

Global Positioning System was developed by the United States’ Department of Defense. It uses between 24 and 32 Medium Earth Orbit satellites that transmit precise microwave signals. This enables GPS receivers to determine their current location, time and velocity. The GPS satellites are maintained by the United States Air Force. GPS is often used by civilians as a navigation system. On the ground, any GPS receiver contains a computer that “triangulates” its own position by getting bearings from at least three satellites. The result is provided in the form of a geographic position – longitude and latitude – to, for most receivers, within an accuracy of 10 to 100 meters. Software applications can then use those coordinates to provide driving or walking instructions. Getting a lock on by the GPS receivers on the ground usually takes some time especially where the receiver is in a moving vehicle or in dense urban areas. The initial time needed for a GPS lock is usually dependent on how the GPS receiver starts. There are three types of start – hot, warm and cold. The hot start is when the GPS device remembers its last calculated position and the satellites in view, the almanac used (information about all the satellites in the constellation), the UTC Time and makes an attempt to lock onto the same satellites and calculate a new position based upon the previous information. This is the quickest GPS lock but it only works if you are generally in the same location as you were when the GPS was last turned off. The warm start is when the GPS device remembers its last calculated position,...
FM Radio

FM Radio

The built-in FM radio tuner is now considered a basic feature. It allows the user to listen to most of the live-broadcasted FM radio stations. Almost all phones with FM radio tuner require a wired headset to be connected to the unit as it’s used as an antenna. Most FM radio tuners can receive basic radio station info over RDS. The use of FM radio does not interfere with the network carrier and it’s free. Nokia enhance their FM radio interfaces with the Visual Radio enhancement that adds visuals and text as an additional info layer to normal radio broadcasts. A presentation of graphics and text, synchronized to the audio programming, gets downloaded to the phone over a data connection; the FM transmission chain is unaffected by the addition of Visual Radio. Here’s the type of content that Visual Radio can offer: Information on the song and artist currently playing on air View images related to presenters or news stories A weather map during the weather broadcast News, weather and traffic alerts while songs are playing Listen in to a talk show and see what has been discussed so far Join in audience votes, Big Brother style Participate in on-air competitions You can only use the Visual Radio enhancement via a cellular data connection, as using it over Wi-Fi is not an...
Browser

Browser

A piece of software that allows the user to access Internet sites. Most current handsets are equipped with browsers capable of viewing common websites (those intended for a desktop browser). Web browsers on budget cellphones may be capable of viewing only websites specially made for mobile devices. The most advanced devices currently have web browsers with full Flash support that allows them to play even embedded Flash video (such as the videos from...
Messaging

Messaging

In addition to pure voice calls, all GSM carriers also offer messaging services and messaging has been a core service since the beginning of GSM mobile telephony. Mobile messaging ranges from SMS, through EMS, to IM and Email. For more information, please visit the relevant glossary...
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