Showing posts from September, 2015

Lets have a look at some of the highest paid positions at Google

What Google pays its engineers to run its gigantic operations We had given a report about how much Facebook engineers earn, now lets look at the other biggie in the tech space, Google. Google, now owned by Alphabet Inc., is basically an engineering firm and among those Tech companies who are ready to pay the highest pay-packages to their engineers. However, it is not just the programmers who are highly paid and Google also pays top dollars for their deserving candidates, irrespective of the field, such as the marketing executives, finance executives and the legal counselors. Recently, Business Insider, gave an insight of the highly paid packages which Google offers to their deserving candidates. BI used the salary data from Glassdoor to provide us the details. In this article we have compiled a list of the different positions, in ascending order, which offers an awesome annual package to the appropriate candidate at Google. The salaries mentioned are just the ‘average base salary’ wh…

How To Find Serial Key Of Any Software

How To Find Serial Key Of Any Software How To Find Serial Key Of Any Software Using Google Today there are many software that are not exactly paid that is they are freely available on internet to download. But some of these software need a renewal product key for further access the service of the softwares. Mostly these softwares are third party software. And the product key is inturn paid for the user and at the end of day software is freeware only for few days. But there is method by which you can use these software for free. Here is method by which you can easily find serial key of any software on internet.

Actually there are some sites which can provide you serial key of the software which you want to activate. But the major issue is that you can’t get those sites by directly seraching with the normal keywords. As these sites are not given that much prefrence that they can come up in google. So in this google database searching trick i will tell you a specific serching technique by…

How to Fix Slow Performance Issue in Windows 10 and Increase Overall System Speed

How to Fix Slow Performance Issue in Windows 10 and Increase Overall System SpeedMany Windows 10 users are facing slow performance issue in Windows 10. This appears in the form of input lags and could be fixed by tweaking some Page File settings in Windows 10. Read more to know the fix.

After the official launch of Windows 10, millions of PC users upgraded their PCs to Windows 10 by availing the free upgrade offer from Microsoft. If you haven’t got the upgrade, here’s a simple way to get Windows 10 upgrade right now. However, several desktop users have reported a slow performance issue on Microsoft forums and Reddit after upgrading their systems. There are some definite issues with the OS as the number of people facing slow performance issue in Windows 10 is very large. This sluggish performance usually appears in the form of input lags. For example: After clicking the Start Menu, it takes about 2-3 seconds to appear. Complaining this slow performance issue in Windows 10, many users ha…

Samsung patents a touchscreen smartphone that can be folded into half

New Samsung patent suggests a smartphone that can fold into half like a walletAre you frustrated with the stubborn rigidity of your smartphone? Want a smartphone that can bend and fold in half without disturbing the clarity of the touchscreen? Well, you may just be lucky. Samsung has designed a smartphone that can completely bend into half. The South Korean smartphone maker has filed patent for technology that could just do the above. The patent portfolio registered with the United States Patents And Trademarks Office (USPTO) and approved in July 2015 hints that Samsung could be working on a smartphone that folds in half when not in use. According to images filed with the USPTO earlier this month, the smartphone has a super flexible touchscreen with a frame reminiscent of a flip phone. However, the images suggests that the smartphone could be fold in half with a bit of a gap at the hinge so the screen doesn’t crease, either inward or outward, very similar to the two flaps of a wallet.…

Never Charge Your Phone Again: A New Technology Is Here!

Our world is about to witness a revolutionary change as a new technology is on the cards that can wirelessly power our devices on the go. This means: you won’t need to plug in your cell phone time and again and that electronic car battery of yours keeps on running! Energous Corporation’s amazing “WattUp” is a wireless charger for electronic devices and is soon going to charge your cell phones and other battery devices using the abundance of radio waves. In this technology, Wirefree power router transmitters called WattUp will be fitted in a room or your home or office or any place of your choice and using software, the power from these transmitters will enable the battery operated devices to charge themselves on the go. According to Energous, this tech would possibly reach the consumers next year.

Asus VivoStick Is A Cheaper And Better Windows 10 Pocket PC for only $129

The Intel-Powered Windows 10 VivoStick Unveiled By Asus
Asus has decided to do something different from its rivals. At the IFA show in Berlin, Asus announced their first diminutive stick PC that they think would be distinct from the rest. Called the ‘VivoStick’, this is Asus’ answer for Intel’s Compute Stick. It’s a PC that runs Windows 10, which can be carried in your pocket. Just to remind, the Compute Stick form factor is the x86 version of the popular ARM-based HDMI sticks. The first generation x86 Compute Stick came from Intel and used a Bay Trail-T SoC. In spite of looking like an oversized thumb drive, the unit was actively cooled. Asus’s first foray into this form factor comes with the 14nm Cherry Trail Atom processor, which would give it an edge in terms of performance. It also has a good industrial design that’s quite stylish and attractive with a soft-touch finish unlike Intel’s Compute Stick. It is based on a quad-core Intel Atom processor. Further, it comes with 2GB of RA…

Asus Makes World’s Fastest WiFi Router, Looks Like An Alien Spider

Short Bytes: Asus claims its latest RT-AC5300 wireless router to be the world’s fastest WiFi router. With eight dual band antennas, it provides phenomenal speeds. Check out the article for further details. First impression is the last impression, and Asus’s latest intimidating wireless router intends to make a long lasting impact. Asus is boasting its latest wireless router, the Asus RT-AC5300 as the “world’s fastest WiFi”.
The router looking like a creepy alien crab doesn’t score high on aesthetics, but it claims to be the best in business, thanks to its eight dual band antennas. Asus RT-AC5300 is a tri-band router. On the 2.4 GHz band, it is capable of providing speed up to 1Gbps. It also has dual 5 Ghz band frequencies. Individually the dual frequencies can give speeds up to 2.167 Gbps and can reach to a maximum 5.3 Gbps when paired together. (The figures are all theoretical) Linksys had also launched the very first MU-MIMO-enabled router in May this year that cold hit the speeds of…

Are we addicted to technology?

Image captionSleep problems are often a symptom of excessive screen time, experts sayImage captionSome apps like Twilight and F.lux claim to limit the blue light glare of screens in sync with the sunsetMulti-tasking madness
Dr Nerina Ramlakhan's prescription
Have "electronic sundowns" - pull back from technology in the hour before you go to bed. Read books but not e-booksKeep your clock turned away from you at night and don't use your phone as an alarm clockRe energise: eat breakfast - or at least something small - within 30 minutes of getting up and before drinking any caffeine