1. Screen Lock Your Phone
2. Enable Remote Locate, Lock and Wipe
3. Backup or Sync Your Data Frequently
4. Apply Operating System Updates
5. Turn Off Bluetooth Discovery Mode
6. Keep Your Phone ‘In Jail’
7. Avoid Wi-Fi Hotspots
8. Mind Your Mobile Apps
9. Use Anti-virus Software
10. Beware of Text Message Spam
The future is here, with 360 technology at the consumer level, in the hands of iPhone users worldwide.
You no longer have to sit back and wait for businesses to get creative using 360 technology. With GoPano micro, you can take creative liberties into your own hands. Together with the GoPano micro optic, the free GoPano app lets users create immersive, 360 video directly from their iPhone. The 360 video can then be uploaded and sharedwith friends and family, creating an experience that’s unique to each viewer.
The Nikon Coolpix S800c is a “smart camera” with a 3.5-inch 854 x 480 OLED multitouch display and powered by a slick (and near-vanilla) Android 2.3.3 with Google services. With the built-in WiFi, you can upload your 16-megapixel images or 1080p videos straight to your various social networks or other cloud services. You can also play Angry Birds and other Android games but that 1,050mAh battery might not last long for your gaming entertainment.
It might be a little morbid to start recording farewell messages, but If I Die is a Facebook app that makes sure, even if you die, your social self can still send out your last wishes and post messages to your friends years after you’re gone.
If I Die lets “you” post a final message to your wall and loved one when you’re dead. After installing the app, you choose three “trustees” (Facebook friends) who are charged with verifying your death. Users can then record videos or craft any number of Facebook posts to be published posthumously. When your trustees confirm your death, your messages can be published all at once to your Facebook wall or released on a designated schedule.
Want to run your favorite Android applications on your Windows or Mac desktop? BlueStacks has an app for that.
BlueStacks Android app player is the first production software that allows you to use your favorite Android mobile apps fast and full screen on Windows or Mac/Apple PCs and tablets. It is also available free for download at its website: http://bluestacks.com/download.html. You can download apps like Angry Birds Space, Temple Run, Evernote or Documents to Go directly into BlueStacks, or sync the apps from your phone using the BlueStacks Cloud Connect Android app.
1. What are you selling? It can be a product, a service or a topic.
2. Research words and phrases people are searching for online.
3. Get a domain name and hosting. The domain name is your www address while hosting is the space for your website.
4. Once you have your domain name and hosting, it’s time to build your website. You can hire a designer or use a template.
5. Stay focus on quality content, keyword research and the most boring and very critical part is link building.
6. Continuous site content and technology updates to keep your site dynamic.
7. Make interaction with site visitors possible. Their comments, feedback and inquiries are valuable information.
8. Hire the right people to do all of these steps.
Google’s project of self-driving vehicles has now logged more than 300,000 miles without meeting a single accident.
Driving is fun while we are still on the verse of learning and enjoying it but when we experience the stress given by traffic, or even an accident, it becomes a different story.
However, this technology won’t save us from the headache yet because we still have to wait a few more years.