Newer Mobile Phones May Eliminate Digital Cameras

Some of the most successful new gadgets are invariably the ones that combine the functions of other gadgets. The portable media player is a great example of this because it can be used to watch TV, listen to music, view digital photos, and in many cases even surf the Internet. Newer mobile phones have similar capabilities, and one of the things that mobile phones are getting better and better at doing is snapping digital photos. Historically, mobile phones with built in digital cameras have had photo sensors with less than one megapixel of resolution. That’s enough for a photo to look pretty good on the screen of a cell phone, but not nearly good enough to be worth printing out or emailing to someone who would be looking at it on any screen larger than that of another phone.

Now though, there are a lot of mobile phones on the market capable of taking pictures with resolutions of over three megapixels. Mobile phones that are capable of taking pictures in excess of three megapixels of resolution include the a990 made by Samsung, the N93i made by Nokia, Apple’s new iPhone, and the K90 Cybershot made by Sony Ericsson, to name just a few.

It used to be that three megapixels was a pretty impressive resolution for standalone cameras, and that’s one reason why the mobile phone is poised to replace standalone digital cameras. At least when it comes to taking snapshots to share with friends or even just to capture memories.

In fact, some digital photo enthusiasts believe that as mobile phones tat can take higher quality pictures become more mainstream, the digital camera as a separate device may go extinct. These experts point out the fact that many people who have mobile phones even now, don’t own wristwatches and think that we aren’t that far away from a world where younger people don’t even know what the word ‘camera’ means.

That seems a bit extreme though simply because it completely discounts that whole idea of SLR cameras. There are always going to be people out there who want more control over the pictures that they take than a simple point and shoot camera can give them, and that kind of control can’t be built into something as small as a mobile phone. On the other hand, ten years ago people probably would have said that it wasn’t possible to build the capabilities of a camera into a mobile phone at all!

Regardless of whether or not cameras have a future as standalone devices, it’s clear that they definitely have a future as part of mobile phones. Thats because there are a variety of services poised to capitalize on the trend. For example, one allows users to share photos with a set list of friends with just a few clicks of buttons on a phone. Another service will automatically upload photos to websites where they can be downloaded for up to twenty five cents a piece. One type of phone …

Why The Internet Is So Great!

The internet is a huge resource tool, accessible from everywhere in the world, with a huge library of information waiting to be viewed. It has a great advantage over other forms of research in that it is constantly updated, and more information is added daily, meaning it is the most up to date archive of media anywhere in the world. Using search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Lycos, web surfers can enter any criteria and be immediately provided with a vast list of possible matches, which can each be individually found to find the information required. It is therefore a great aid when doing research, as everything can be accessed at the touch of a button, or click of a mouse. Alternately, many organizations have their own home pages which surfers may already have the address to, and these can be viewed straight away, rather than having to search for them. When searching a particular subject, directories may be more suitable, so you can search within a certain topic, which will make the information gathered more relevant to the search. Directories are sites organized by a variety of academies, and they provide a collection of links to sites that are appropriate to the research are in question. The key to finding the information required using the internet is being concise and relevant.

However, not everything on the internet can be relied upon, especially where academic research is concerned. Due to the freedom of the internet, anyone can post almost anything that they want to, which means ensuring that the material found is legitimate can be a very difficult task. Academic schools use the internet as a fast way to communicate new ideas, and share any data they have collected on a particular subject. It is important to keep an eye out for the names of authors of information, as regular contributors to the subject can be trusted as experts.

The Internet is highly disorganized, in that web sites can appear, disappear, move or mutate on a daily basis. It can therefore be difficult to search, as the quality of the information available is not always sufficient, and anyone using the internet to research should make sure they keep a record of any literature, articles or web sites they use or quote. This is not only so that they can not be accused of plagiarism, but so that they can go back to their information quickly and easily, so saving time and effort. Not everything on the internet is academic; there is a fast growing trend for advertisers to use the World Wide Web as a promotional tool, since much of the information available may simply be advertising, rather than worthwhile and relevant material.

Not everything that is needed for research is available on the internet; there are plenty of topics where the internet will prove little help, and where text books / academic journals will be a greater research tool. That said, many books and journals are being transformed …

Computer Networking Simplified

So what is computer networking? To the uninitiated this term may sound intimidating but you may have already come across it or have even used it either at work or at home. For those new to computer networking, simply put, a network refers to a system where two or more computers are connected to each other. This is done so people can share things like information or computer hardware, like a printer for instance.

Now there are several things you need to set up a computer network. The most basic system consists of a protocol, NICs or network interface cards, cable and a hub.

A protocol is a set of rules that the computers have to follow in order for them to "speak the same language". For example, http is a protocol. If you want to be able to access a website from your computer that works on http, the website you are accessing must also operate on the same protocol otherwise you will not be able to read the site.

NICs are cards that you put at the back or side of a computer. This allows the computers to communicate with each other. A cable is simply a wire that connects the computers together and the hub is a device that controls traffic, for example, information that one computer sends to another.

Now this is a list of items for a standard network. You're going to need a different set of devices if you are going to go for wireless networking.

How does a computer network work? Let's say for instance, you want to send information from your desktop to your father's computer. The NIC on your PC transfers the file through the cable into the hub. The hub then transfers the data to your father's computer. If each of the units uses the same protocol then the information is accepted by your dad's computer and he will be able to open the file you just sent.

There are two types of networks: the LAN or local area network and the WAN or wide area network.

The LAN is a very simple type of network where all the units you connect are located in one place. There are two types of LAN, peer to peer and client server. A peer to peer network is where two or more computers are connected to each other directly. For example, computer 1 is connected to computer 2, computer 2 is connected to computer 3 and so on. The computers are dependent on each other so if one unit experiences problems, the others simply will not be able to connect to each other. The client server type is where all computers are connected to a main unit. This is more convenient because if one computer has problems, the others will not be affected. You will still be able to exchange data.

An example of a WAN is the internet. As you can see, this is a very large type of network allowing millions …

Good Browser Titles

A lot of people underestimate how effective a well written browser title is, in terms of SEO.

Seriously, do not underestimate this simple rule. A good browser title can be a significant boost in search engine rankings (especially Google and Yahoo).

So how to write a good browser title?

Well firstly capitalize the first letter of every word except prepositions (of, and etc).

I'm not sure if this benefits SEO in anyway but it's correct grammar wise so will make your site more look slowly more professional to grammar geeks. Perception and conjecture based on image, layout, usability is key to the influence of a good site.

Anyways, the most important thing is keywords, obviously. But you do not want to just ram pack the title with keywords in a spam fashion. Type the title naturally, not too long, not too short, just presentable and readable, write it for humans!

You just have to make sure it describes the page well so that the keywords in the title will match the keywords on the page and if you can, the page header.

An example:

Say your page is about … health issues with smoking.

You've got something like:

"Info and Help with Smoking Health Issues | Lung Caner | Smoking Kills!"

It's good to sometimes include a question also as a lot of people type query's rather than just random keywords.

But remember, you need to make your title stand out in some way otherwise it will just get lumbered in with the rest, but do not go to the other extreme as ending up on the spam end of things! …

Is Amazon a Good Solution to Host Your WordPress Website?

After facing the fact that I need a faster hosting provider, I finally decided to try out some of Amazon's hosting products. Amazon has so many web services that it can be a little daunting to get started with them, but I decided to give it a go.

The first thing that I looked for was the ability to host WordPress websites. After a little research, I found that Amazon had just introduced a program for WordPress. Using their new "LightSail" product, I discovered that it was actually pretty straight forward to configure and load up WordPress. There are several other popular CMS apps as well, such as Drupal and Joomla. If you are interested in an e-Commerce solution, Magento is also supported.

Lightsail is not for large deployments, but it's pretty darn easy for smaller requirements. In a nutshell, you sign up, put in your domain name, set up WordPress, set up your DNS zones, map the static ip address that's assigned to you, and it launches.

When you go to launch one of the apps, Amazon refers to them as "instances". You would select the instance that you are interested in (WordPress, Drupal, etc) and follow the step-by-step directions.

1. The first thing is to name your instance. If you do not name it, Lightsail will create a name for you. Amazon works in zones, and in my case, it's usually Virginia. You can change the zone if you like, but I've found it's better just to leave it at the default zone.

2. You will also pick your instance plan, which is the monthly fee that suits your requirements.

3. You can also run other various scrips and choose either the default SSH key pair or change the key pair. As above, I always stick with the default.

4. Then click create. It takes a couple of minutes and then a page comes up with a public ip address and a username to connect to the instance. You will need your private key from your Amazon account, so if you do not have one, you'll need to create it.

5. Bitnami is used to connect to the new site. But after, you've loaded WordPress, you login exactly the same way with every other hosting company. Bitnami is pretty intuitive and does not take more than 15 or 20 minutes to learn how to navigate around.

There is also some project guides and videos as well to help with the install. According to the WordPress project guide there is only 5 steps, but in reality, it's more like 8 steps.

I loaded this up a few weeks ago, so I have not had time to fully build it out, but I had no problems loading the theme. I'm also using an AWS plugin (free) that will copy any media files to Amazon S3 and serve from S3 Cloudfront. Hopefully, this will cut down on load times for my pages.

It takes some getting used to not having cpanel, …

What is Win32 Heur? How to Remove Win32 Heur Virus From Your Computer Quickly

Have you heard of Win32 Heur? It is a malicious virus that is invading computers all over the globe, and it can really wreak some havoc with your computer if you get infected and don’t get rid of it pretty quickly. Win32 Heur is a Trojan horse type of virus, which means it hides itself by looking like something beneficial, and then once it gets inside your computer’s walls of defense, it lets its true colors show and you are in for some trouble.

The two biggest problems associated with the Win32 Heur are losing your personal information because you have become vulnerable to spyware and hackers who are out to steal your identity. There is a reason why identity theft is so common – that is because of computer nerds’ abilities to infect computers with spyware via viruses and get your personal info before you even have a chance to learn how to remove Win32 Heir virus (or other viruses and spyware) from your computer.

The other of the two biggest problems associated with the Win32 Heur virus is the possibility of your registry files being infected and corrupted; this can lead to your computer’s inability to work well, and may even cause your whole hard drive to crash. The best way is to find and remove the Win32 Heur file. Be careful when you are doing so, however; there are lots of Win32 files that are absolutely necessary for your computer to work. If you don’t think you can isolate the virus on your own, get a good Win32Heur virus remover and let it do its stuff. This is how to remove the Win32 Heur virus from your computer quickly.…

Nokia N80: A Wonderful Mini Gadget

Nokia mobile manufacturers have recently launched the most anticipated Nokia N-series phones in the mobile market. With multimedia applications coupled with latest technologies, the Nokia N-series handsets have got a huge response from the consumers side. All the phones in the series have their own design and different only on some specific features. The Nokia N80 is one of the N-series handsets that comes with high-end multimedia features and 3G technology. The Nokia N80 with productivity tools and multimedia entertainment features keeps harmony between your personal and professional life with ease. The handset is very compact and weighs only 134 grams. With 3G technology, the N80 is packed with music player, digital camera, mobile internet, WLAN, Bluetooth and more.

The Nokia N80 is just like a mini computer that enriches every mobile users life with its advanced features. With the unique yet advanced UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) technology, the handset can be used as a digital home network. Now with UPnP, you can connect your phone with a compatible PC or TV without using a wire. The images, and video clips can be viewed on the living room TV. Printing images are now easy with any compatible UPnP-enabled printer. The Nokia N80 is the first quad-band phone with 3G, WLAN, EDGE and GSM bands. These technologies enable broadband access from anywhere in the world. In addition to these technologies, the N80 is loaded with Web Browser, Mini Map, high quality QVGA display and PDA's.

The Nokia N80 comes with an integrated 3.0 mega-pixel camera with dedicated camera key, CIF video capture and built-in video stabilization. Capture still and motion pictures and share with your friends and loved ones. Moreover, the Nokia N80 also comes with an expandable miniSD card of up to 2GB that can store up to 1000 images. Supported with a wide range of music formats, the Nokia N80 comes with a digital music player, stereo FM and visual radio support – listen to your preferred music and with FM radio, you can enjoy all time hit music. What else, with visual radio support, listeners can interact with the radio station.

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Website Traffic – Why You Should Always Start Out Buying Your Visitors If You Are in a New Niche

One of the biggest problems people make when they are starting out online is the fact that they focus to much on getting free traffic to their site. In this article I want to show you exactly why you need to start out with paid traffic and then move to the free sources in your niche market.

Reason # 1 – You can get faster results if you buy your visitors.

One of the fastest ways to get visitors to your site is to buy them! You have to realize that if you are just focused on sources like the search engines, you have to wait months before you get any momentum in your niche.

It could take you 6 months before you get 10 visitors a day from the search engines. But if you focused on buying your traffic, you can get instant momentum and then you can work to make it profitable.

Reason # 2 – You can get more leverage in your business.

When you are using source that require you to invest your time, you can only get visitors to your site from those sources and sites. But when you buy your visitors, you can get visits to your site from hundreds of different sources at the exact same time.

Because of this fact you can leverage your business across more traffic channels and get a lot more visitors to your site. That is how you quickly get to the six figure a year level online.

Then once you have achieved your goals in this area you can start adding in the free sources and get even more visitors to your site. But make sure you build your base first. …

The Basics of Usenet Technology

Usenet technology can propagate anyone’s posting around the world in a very short amount of time, oftentimes within a day. This system is decentralized and relies on a network of servers that share information with one another at regular intervals. Everything that you post on the Usenet system is tagged with a unique ID number. This allows the servers to avoid copying the same information twice and, since the late 1970s, this system has proven itself as one of the most robust and adaptable of electronic communications designs.

Usenet involves a transaction between you and your news server at first. Normally, you would read a posting on a newsgroup and decide to respond to it. You do this from within your newsreader program. Once your post is finished and you’re ready to add it to the discussion, you send it to your server. Your server updates the appropriate newsgroup with your contribution and then, at regular intervals, sends its information to other servers. They, in turn, send their information to your server, which they have gotten from still other servers. Each server within the system represents a separate entity that has its own administrator. There is, however, no administrator for the system as a whole, nor is there one central server that could go down and stop the Usenet system.

Some servers are very large and act has hubs for the Usenet as a whole. If one of those servers crashed, however, the information would simply be passed along by different servers. Your ISP may provide you with access to a server or they may not. They’re not as commonly offered as a basic part of Internet service anymore and, for that reason, many people will have to use third-party access providers on the Internet to get service.

Newsreader programs are required to participate in Usenet newsgroups. These readers are sometimes included with free email programs. There are also paid versions of this software available that offer more features and other enhancements. Some readers also allow you to handle different types of files as the abilities of the Usenet have long ago become far more diverse than handling simple text posts. Usenet servers remain popular today with people in the scientific community, hobbyists and people who just like socializing with others online. It may be similar to Internet forums, but Usenet has a much different technology that drives it.…

Free Registry Fix – A Boon For Your Computer System

The software and hardware upgradation is not a preferable solution because the files or viruses remain dormant and even corrupts the new files. Every new installation or de-installation makes some changes in the registry file.

Registry, A Part And Parcel Of Any Computer

In today's technical market, many computers with higher configuration are available, but all contain registry files. In some version of windows the registry files are hidden. The registry contains setting and option of Windows with Microsoft 32 bit version. Everyday, several companies come up to introduce higher configuration. The users prefer their systems to work faster with good speed but are not aware of working of registry. Even with higher configuration, users have to consistently clean the system of viruses and cookies. Thankfully, the tools for free registry fix or to be more specific, free registry error fix can be found on the Internet. Any new installation of software affects results in saving files in the registry.

Remove The Junk And Lessen The Burden

It is essential to wipe off your computer system of all unnecessary registry files. You can get this done from free PC registry fix so that your PC works the perfect way. A registry might be responsible for a lot many problems that erupt in the windows. The more junk files get filled in your registry, the slower your computer gets. A corrupt file not only slows down the speed of the system, it even displays error messages, subsequently crashing the system. Maintaining a proper registry with the aid of free registry fix saves a user from lot of botheration about the performance at high costs. Formatting of hard disk is an option but this can not be done on a frequent basis and moreover, it is a time consuming process. The user is required to re-install all the softwares and again the registry files get affected.

With slow registry, the common errors which come up are in Win32, DLL and related to EXE files. The online scanner helps the user to give a list of files, but user has discretion to remove or retain the files by free registry fix. Any wrong deletion of file can affect the performance of software related to that file. So it is recommended to save the previous version of registry and restore in case of any error, while you get best registry fixes done on your computer. …