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Samsung Galaxy Book Review: One Step Forward, One Step Back

Samsung Galaxy Book Review: One Step Forward, One Step Back

As the race for the best PC in the market continues, so does developments from various companies worldwide. Microsoft being the epitome of PC’s, is copied often and recently so was done by Samsung. The goal is to make a tablet which mimics a laptop, is portable, travel friendly and easy to charge. The Windows 10 powered Samsung Galaxy Book is one such recent release by Samsung. It is an upgraded version of the Surface pro and TabPro S.

The Variations of Samsung Galaxy Book:

This mighty gadget Samsung Galaxy Book is released in two variations. The 10 inch Wi-Fi model and the 12 inch WiFi cum LTE model ay a higher price. Along with the tabs, a pen and keyboard accompanies, again separately chargeable.

Intel Core it processor, 4GB RAM and 128GB storage HDR Super AMOLED touchscreen are few of the features the 12-inch version boasts of. The clarity is superior. As reviewed, the only issue is the massive drop in brightness and the 3D screen saver which pops up.
The separate keyboard helps functioning as a stand for the tab as well as input device, with no charging necessary and easy connectivity.

The Functioning of Samsung Galaxy Book:

The gadget is big to use independently as a tab, hence most of the times it is paired with the keyboard and backlight facility of the keys. The touch gestures are superior and state of the art.
The multi tilt facility of the Surface pro is however not met in this device as it is attached by magnets to the display, but better than Apple’s Smart keyboard. The problem with the Samsung Galaxy Book device is to balance on moving objects and un-plane areas like someone’s lap. On the other hand, it is stable on a flat table.
The LTE book would be super user friendly if the stability of the device was superior. Powered by Verizon, it is the gadget of the future.
The Apple or Microsoft pencil might be better, but this one works just fine for different functions. It needs no pairing and is kept on a pen loop on the keyboard. Again, shabby.

The performer:

Definitely better than the TabPro S, the Samsung Galaxy Book is handy for business usage and not for heavy loads. It is petite and has very few performance issues. The hum of the machine is a constant though. As usual, the Samsung Galaxy Book runs out of charger faster than what the company claims.

Compromises:

Even though the gadget Samsung Galaxy Book has advanced from its previous models and seen improvements, but with that there are more issues which brings it down. Also, the price is very high. Newer devices are being developed and released in the market, and such devices fall short and remains mediocre. Samsung needs to either buck up or halt the competition it has since the market is competitive and people will buy what sells.

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Social Media

How to See What Twitter Thinks It Knows About You

How to See What Twitter Thinks It Knows About You
Twitter tracks surfers through the netTo learn more about users, Twitter now uses so-called tracking cookies. If you do not want to be observed during surfing, you can turn it off 🙂

The Twitter short message service has changed its privacy policy and its terms of use. Most important innovation: The Twitter button, which is installed on many websites to share their content, now has an espionage function.

On the company’s blog, Othman Laraki, who is responsible for “growth”, announced that it would make Twitter more accessible to new users, and to implement “tailored suggestions”, ie, user-specific recommendations.

Twitter is actually a cross for beginners. The real benefit can be drawn from the service, who has assembled a list of people who are interested in and whose tweets he wants to follow. This search however can be frustrating in the sea at pseudonyms and nicknames. As a result, new users will be offered interesting accounts for them.

A comprehensible idea for a manager who cares about the growth of the company. The problem is the necessary data. In order to be able to suggest something new to a new user, it must already know it before it logs in at all. Exactly this is now a big task!.

Tracking cookies

The Twitter button, which is integrated on many pages, to share texts, videos or pictures, can therefore be even more in the future. It now contains a script that looks at every browser and leaves it a so-called cookie

It is as if a couple of joking folks put a piece of paper on the back of the schoolyard. Anyone who can see the note afterwards now knows that the bearer has passed the rumble. And thanks to these so-called tracking cookies, Twitter now knows which websites a browser and its users have visited before.

If a new user comes to the page of Twitter, they search for the cookies and sees, for example, that the one was often at Spiegel Online and rarely at the Focus. As a result, Twitter suggests to follow users who have a similar surfing behavior – tailored suggestions. This is currently being tested with “some users”, says the announcement. In the future, however, it could become the standard to recommend regular things for regular twitter users

Although these data will be deleted after 18 months and Twitter is assured that it will not be passed on to anyone. Nevertheless, such collections are regularly used by data protectors to shake the head. Twitter is trying to dispel these concerns with another announcement.

Privacy is not the default setting

At the same time, the company stated that the service would respect the so-called Do-Not-Track Initiative. Different browsers now offer the possibility to tell other websites that the user does not want to be tracked. To do this, the Firefox in the settings under Privacy, the point “Websites that I do not want to be tracked” must be attached. Internet Explorer and Chrome also allow this, the latter via a program, which must be installed additionally.

This works however only, if the opposite, ie the visited website, which also accepts. The fact that Twitter is part of it is at least a signal. However, it is nice and good and more than Facebook is willing to do. It is not enough. In fact, such monitoring procedures can only be used if the surfer has explicitly agreed with them and not if they can shut them down, but they can only apply to them all.

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Blogging Tips

How a Blogger Can Generate Topic Ideas In Less Than a Minute?

How a Blogger Can Generate Topic Ideas In Less Than a Minute?

There are some excellent online resources for a blogger to generate topic ideas. I have talked about some of the resources in this blog post.

Bloggers, irrespective of experience do encounter ‘idea black outs’ once in a way. There are no exceptions and I have faced quite often these ‘author’s block’ since I started blogging in 2005. It’s familiar to all bloggers.  Even though the first few months of starting a new niche blog would have made you update it with search engine friendly content with the right keywords at the right places, the topic idea bulb will go dark.

This temporary blog topics idea poverty will happen rare if you are dealing with multiple keywords and niches.

How to overcome this topic idea shortage?

  1. I stop blogging for a week or two. After that brief absence, I couldn’t wait to switch on my PC and suddenly, my mind will be flooded with topics.
  2. If I am not able to afford to lay myself off, I turn to the following resources and they will oblige me with instant results on my queries. I call them content creation tools.

Content ATM

Content ATM-don’t you think it’s a creative term? Oh, you can also call it blog topics ATM. Go to any one of them below and you will agree with the name Topics ATM. Yes, they won’t fail you; they will not reject you because you made a spelling mistake in your search term. You will never see a board “No more topic ideas’ hanging in front of them.

<strong>Hub Spot (https://www.hubspot.com/blog-topic-generator)

This is by far the most used content generation tool by freelance writers. Hub Spot’s Blog Topic Generator as it is called is simply an amazing assistant to bloggers.  As you land on the web page, you can see you can enter three search terms in the three search boxes. Hub Spot will generate five blog post titles!

Ah, the titles of your blog post are the toughest part of creative writing. If only you could come up with a title that is compelling to click, you have achieved 50% of internet marketing success.

Example of Hub Spot blog traffic generator.

I typed in the following three words and submitted.

Blog promotion

Targeted traffic

Viral content

See below the five titles I was presented.

  1. 14 Common Misconceptions About Blog Promotion
  2. The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Targeted Traffic
  3. 10 Signs You Should Invest In Viral Content
  4. Why We Love Blog Promotion (And You Should, Too!)
  5. 5 Tools Everyone In The Targeted Traffic Industry Should Be Using

Isn’t that fantastic? You need not write on the above titles but can think of twisting them too.

For example:

10 Signs You Should Invest In Viral Content

Re-written as:

Investing in Viral Content-the top ten reasons.

Got the idea?

 UberSuggest

I have used it almost 10 years ago when I was new to blogging. It is a very useful tool to generate several keywords for your search term.

I wanted more keywords for ‘targeted visitors’. I got these:

  • Targeted visitors for free
  • Targeted visitors software
  • Targeted unique visitors

Each of them presented more options for me that include;

I can search Google.com

I can look up Google Trends

I can expand the keyword to get more related keywords

Awesome tool

I hope you can make use the above blog topics idea generating tools. Once you practice, you will become innovative in your research.

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Gadgets

Garmin VIRB 360: Action Cam for All-Round Recordings

Garmin VIRB 360: Action Cam for All-Round Recordings

Garmin has presented a new Gadget that is the action camera with the VIRB 360, which can record the experience in 360 degrees. The model is to convince with a high 5.7K resolution, 3D audio and many other features.

It is subordinated to the action camera series VIRB , which is why it is predestined for an outdoor use of course. The housing of this Gadget, for example, up to 10 meters deep waterproof and also protected against falls.

With this wonderful Gadget VIRB 360, Garmin has presented an action camera with 360-degree optics. The Gadget will be available from next month at the price of 799 euros. Garmin is thus the market leader in this segment GoPro, the Fusion has announced a 360-degree camera, but interested customers must wait here until the end of the year.

The camera of this VIRB 360 Gadget records 360-degree video with up to 5.7K resolution and 30 frames per second. For video recording, four integrated microphones provide an all-encompassing surround sound. 360-degree photos can be recorded with the amazing Gadget with up to 15 megapixel resolution. The waterproof camera is equipped with an LCD screen and can also be operated by voice control.

Directly installed in the camera are a GPS receiver, barometer, accelerometer, gyroscope and compass, whose data can be embedded directly into the recorded videos. With external sensors and other devices, the camera can be connected via WLAN, Bluetooth, NFC and ANT +, for example by WLAN with an iOS device to edit or share the recorded video using the Garmin VIRB app. If this work is taken directly from the camera, still 4K at 30 fps is possible and photos can be shot with 15 megapixels.

Especially in video mode, the Gadget is to convince with special functions, including 3D audio. In order to enable a particularly good sound, four microphones were installed around the housing. In addition, the G-Metrix function allows the display of interesting data (speed, altitude, …) and a time-lapse feature is also available in this amazing Gadget.

 

This fantabulous Gadget Garmin VIRB 360, which finally supports numerous radio standards with NFC, Bluetooth, Wlan and ANT +, can already be pre-ordered in the US at the price of 799.99 US dollars and will probably be released soon.

VIRB 360 at a glance

360-degree video recording with up to 5.7K / 30fps and up to 4K with automatic stitching in real-time during recording

360-degree sound recording via four integrated microphones

360-degree photos with up to 15 MP can be taken by this amazing Gadget.

Automatic, spherical image stabilization with one click, in 3 different modes up to 4K / 30fps

Free VIRB Edit software and VIRBMobile app for viewing, editing and direct sharing of recordings

Easy operation with one-touch function and voice control

G-Metrix Data via GPS, barometer, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass and additional optional sensors via ANT + interface

LCD display, which is easy to read even in the sun

Waterproof up to 10m

Integrated WLAN for data transfer and live streaming via YouTube and Facebook (with compatible iOS devices)

Connectivity: WLAN, Bluetooth, NFC, ANT +

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Apps

Just A Baby App Matches Hopeful Parents

Just A Baby App Matches Hopeful Parents

Just a baby App” – Innovative smartphone application is designed to meet couples who are need of children

Childless couples can find the ideal sperm donor for artificial insemination with the “Just a baby App” is a smartphone app. Thanks to numerous profiles with photos and information.

Minimum age 17 years

Seeking swipes through profiles where photos of potential sperm donors and a few indications, such as age, occupation and relationship status are to be found. If the user is looking for a profile, he or she can start a private chat with the appropriate donor and thus clarify everything else. However, to download the application, a user must be at least 17 years old.

The impetus for the development of Just a baby App gave the Australian developers Paul Ryan and Gerald Edwards above all the increasing number of same-sex relationships and the ever stronger pressure against traditional models of family. The idea behind the app, however, is not new, because the “London Sperm Bank Donors” service can also help childless couples find their desired donor in a targeted manner.

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Help with legal

“Just a baby App App” not only connects searchers with donors, but also helps with legal questions: “Once you have found the ideal donor, we can help you connect with family counseling, fertility clinics and legal services to make your path self-confident Just download the ‘Just a baby App’ app, swipe and found a family, ‘it says. Both the Google Play Store for Android devices and the App Store are available for download.

Banalization and marketing of human beings

The app “is nothing more than the banalization and marketing of man,” says Infovaticana. It combines egg and seed dispensers with “bearers”. “Surrogacy” is an euphemism with which “dehumanised” and “dehumanizing” are to be eloquently spoken.

Behind this is the unrestrained egoism of the unrestrained “I want” (a child, as I wish it, male, blond, blue-eyed …) and an equally unrestrained, boundless profit-thinking, for “profit is everything”.

The desired child can be ordered as desired: physical properties, appearance. Sarah for example, “a 26 year old woman, lesbian, wants a child with blue eyes”. Markus, “a 36 year old man, wants to start a family with his gay partner”. These are the “business partners” of the new trade branch.

To name things: “Just a baby App” is a homo app intended to provide homosexual children who have excluded them by their personal choice for a particular lifestyle with special sexual “likes”. The advertising film of “Just a baby App” speaks a clear language, which the makers see as a target audience.

The child as a sales object

The child becomes a selling object for those who are denied nature or children. Hurdles, norms, limitations? None. Whether sexually perverse want to procure only a “sex toy”, including pedophiles, no one asks. Neither Apple nor Google seems to touch the question. One consequence of modern child trafficking is the “production” of children who are mentally condemned to crippling.

While states and international institutions such as the United Nations are calling for the fight against trafficking in human beings and child slavery, a new dark business is emerging, whose trades are people, children.

“Just a baby App”, that’s how simple it is and shows the unscrupulousness of internet giants who know best about the dangers of the global network.

The two app developers Paul Ryan and Gerard Edwards, two Australians, want to promote “acceptance of same-sex relationships” according to their own statements.

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