I for INDIA …

Posted: January 19, 2013 in Uncategorized

God was in the process of creating the universe.
And he was explaining to his subordinates -‘Look
everything should be in balance. For example, after
every 10 deer there should be a lion.
Look here my fellow angels, here is the country of
the United States. I have blessed them with
prosperity and money. But at the same time I have
given them insecurity and tension….
And here is Africa . I have given them beautiful
nature. But at the same time, I have given them
climatic extremes.
And here is South America . I have given them lots
of forests. But at the same time, I have given them
lesser land so that they would have to cut off the
forests… So you see fellows, everything should be
in balance.
One of the angels asked… ‘God, what is this
extremely beautiful country here?’
God said…….. ‘Ahah…that is the crown piece of all.
‘ INDIA ‘, My most precious creation. It has
understanding and friendly People. Sparkling
streams and serene mountains.
A culture which speaks of the great tradition that
they live. Technologically brilliant and with a heart
of gold…..
The angel was quite surprised : ‘But god you said
everything should be in balance.’
God replied — ‘Look at the neighbours, I gave
them… 😀

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ETHICAL HACKING…

Posted: January 17, 2013 in Uncategorized

Joined ethical hacking course and did hacking on the first day using software ‘BURP SUITE’

FIRST,download burp suite for free.
Then,change proxy settings of browser e.g. 127.01.01.01 and port 8080 with Intercept in burp suite ON.

GO TO A SITE e.g. langalaxy.com
Change intercepter On.

Choose a product to cart and then in burpsuite change price in code .

ONE MORE YEAR…

Posted: December 31, 2012 in Uncategorized

Let us welcome 2013 with a lot of hopes and determination…

IT Feels REALLY Bad When All Your DREAMS Are Coming True And Then You Realize It Itself Was A DREAM …

One morning got up from such a dream just to see 9:30 a.m. in the clock and half an hour for college.
I quickly rushed to get ready in 30 mins. AND there was it where I saw a GHOST with standed ,spreaded hairs in the MIRROR.. Panicked and hurried..I applied some water initially..but no effect ..then soon it was accompanied by mixture of gels and oils.. but then my LEGEN..wait for it DARY Mastermind GOT UP and ordered my hands to apply CELLOTAPE to hairs… Yes CELLOTAPE …If you still dont believe “yes CELLOTAPE” . And like all other CRAZY AND WILD things IT WORKED
Stay dreaming .. Stay Straight.. Stay SUNSILKY ..

Lenovo has launched five new Android
smartphones in the Indian market ahead of the
festive season. These smartphones are Lenovo
A60+, Lenovo S880, Lenovo P700i, Lenovo
K860, and Lenovo S560.
Lenovo K860 has a 5-inch IPS display with
720X1280 pixel resolution. It is powered by 1.4
GHz quad-core processor and has 8GB internal
storage. It comes with an 8-megapixel camera
shooter with built in special effects and editing
options. Lenovo K860 is priced at Rs. 28,499.
Lenovo S880 is also a 5-inch device. This is a
sleek looking smartphone, which is just 9.9mm
thick and boasts of long battery life. This dual-SIM
Android smartphone will retail for Rs. 18,999 and
will be competing with the likes of HTC Desire V
and Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562 on one level
and the 5-inch smartphones such as Micromax
A100, Spice Mi-500 and iBall Andi 5c on the other.
Lenovo S560 is a smartphone targeting music
lovers and packs in Dolby Digital Plus technology.
It features a 4-inch IPS screen and runs on a
dual-core processor. There is a 5-megapixel
camera on board and it carries a price tag of Rs.
14,499.
Lenovo P700i is another dual-SIM smartphone. It
is a 4-inch smartphone that comes with ‘Lenovo
Smart Energy technology,’ which according to
the company helps the enhancing the battery life
of the smartphone. According to Lenovo, P700i
is capable of delivering a talk time of up to 28
hours and standby time of up to 13 days. Priced
at Rs. 12,499, Lenovo P700i packs in 1GHz dual-
core processor.
Lastly, Lenovo A60+ is an entry level smartphone
from the company. It has 3.5-inch screen,
powered by a 1GHz processor and runs on the
dated Android 2.3 operating system, while the
other 4 smartphones run Android 4.1. Leno A60+
is available for Rs. 6499.
“Having witnessed success in the PC space where
we are currently No. 1 in India, our entry into the
smartphones category is a strategic move that
reinforces our commitment to lead technology
and innovation across the 4 screens. The
number of consumers adopting smarter,
wireless technology in the country is on the rise
and we anticipate a huge increase in smartphone
users. Lenovo smartphones offer a compelling
value proposition for the Indian consumer and
we are confident that our audiences will strongly
consider our product portfolio,” said Amar Babu,
Managing Director, Lenovo India.
“Lenovo has built a solid and successful mobile
phone business in China reaching the number
two position in the smartphone category in less
than 18 months. We have reached a critical
expansion point where we can use the solid
platform we have established to expand to other
countries and bring our leading technology to
many more users,” said JD Howard, Vice
President, Lenovo MIDH.
All five smartphones are already available with at
all leading third-party and Lenovo exclusive stores
in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala
and Gujarat.

TECH NEWS

Posted: November 1, 2012 in Uncategorized

6.0.1 released, brings myriad improvements
and bug fixes
AT&T Locker opens its cloud to iOS users, offers
5GB of storage free
US Cellular intros Motorola Electrify M, gets a slice
of the Droid RAZR M on November 8th for $100
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 with 4G LTE hits Sprint
on November 11th for $550
Slickdeals’ best in tech for November 1st: 14-inch
Lenovo IdeaPad Y480 and ASUS Transformer
TF300
ZTE Flash may bring its 12MP camera to Sprint on
November 11th with LG Mach following suit
Amazon Game Studios releases its first mobile
game, Air Patriots, for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire
Five iPhone 5s in five days: win a Verizon 16GB
with two cases, courtesy of Otterbox!
Google Earth 7 update brings 3D imagery, tour
guide features to your PC
MSI launches the 27-inch Wind Top AE2712 all-in-
one brandishing Windows 8, military specs

The newest addition to struggling
phone manufacturer Nokia’s Lumia Windows
Phone devices is the Lumia 510. The Nokia
Lumia 510 has been aggressively priced by
Nokia below Rs 11,000. Nokia says it will reveal
the exact price a day before it is available in the
market.
The entry-level Windows phone was unveiled
in New Delhi, as a part of the phone’s global
launch. Nokia said the phone will be available in
India in the next two weeks. Nokia says the
Lumia 510 is its most affordable Lumia phone
yet.
The Lumia 510 is a Windows Phone 7.5 device.
It has a 4-inch WVGA 800×480 TFT capacitive
touchscreen. The phone comes with a 1300
mAh battery and has a 5 megapixel rear
camera. The Lumia 510 does not have a front
camera.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg
has said that if the social networking website
had not worked out he would have probably
landed at Microsoft. “I probably would have
taken an engineering job…(and) always had a
lot of respect for Microsoft,” he told Paul
Graham, a co-founder of the tech venture
capital fun Y Combinator, during a 45-minute
interview before an audience of 1,700 at
Stanford’s Memorial Hall.
“A lot of people from Harvard went to work
there,” the 28-year-old added. The social
networking mogul opened up about his startup
experience and opined on the problems with
entrepreneurs these days, at the annual
conference for entrepreneurs and computer
hackers at Stanford University held on
Saturday, the Daily Mail reported.
Though Facebook’s lagging stock performance
has been the topic of discussion, Zuckerberg
instead shared tales of his early years at
Harvard, his path to becoming one of the most
powerful figures in Silicon Valley and even
imagined what he would have done if things
had turned out differently. Even though
Facebook is one of the most visited pages on
the web, employs nearly 4,000 people and
boasts 1 billion users worldwide, the founder
divulged that he most likely would have made
his way to Seattle if his idea had flopped.
Zuckerberg provided his account of his school
days and was the first to admit he wasn’t the
model student. Contrary to what one might
expect, Zuckerberg was actually a psychology
major at the Ivy League university and enjoyed
the study of classical languages instead of
computer science or business. But despite his
best intentions, he rarely attended class and
instead spent his time computer programming.
“My life is a long history of people thinking I
would drop out of school long before I did,”
Zuckerberg told the audience. He said his
parents came to the realisation pretty early on
that though he enrolled at Harvard in 2002, he
was unlikely to stay put, much like the story of
Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who dropped out
of Harvard in 1975 to start the computer
company. “I started building Facebook because
I wanted it at college, which is one of the
ironies, since I then left college,” he said.
As Zuckerberg worked away at the idea for a
revolutionary social network in college, the
website grew in popularity but in retrospect
Zuckerberg said the pace was actually slow
compared to today’s standards. “Facebook did
grow quickly but it took a year for us to get a
million users,” he said. He also admitted that
even he wasn’t sure that Facebook would be his
golden ticket.

Apple, which has always avoided
live-streaming their product launches on the
web, is all set to take a different route this time.
The company is going to live stream the
October 23 event, where it is expected to unveil
the smaller version of the iPad.
There is a dedicated channel for the event that
says, “Watch a live video stream of the special
event online or via Apple TV starting at 10:00
a.m. PDT. Live streaming video requires Safari
4 or later on Mac OS X v10.6 or later; Safari on
iOS 4.2 or later.”
According to a MacRumors report, a new
“Apple Events” icon has appeared on the Apple
TV, which also convinces us to believe that
Apple is going to live stream the October 23
event. Streaming via Apple TV requires second-
or third-generation Apple TV with software
5.0.2 or later. A click on the particular channel
also shows a few other Apple press event
videos, dating back to June 2011.
In the past, Apple has offered live video streams
of its events, but has not done so in several
years. The last time Apple live streamed its
event was back in October 2010.

Apple, which has always avoided
live-streaming their product launches on the
web, is all set to take a different route this time.
The company is going to live stream the
October 23 event, where it is expected to unveil
the smaller version of the iPad.
There is a dedicated channel for the event that
says, “Watch a live video stream of the special
event online or via Apple TV starting at 10:00
a.m. PDT. Live streaming video requires Safari
4 or later on Mac OS X v10.6 or later; Safari on
iOS 4.2 or later.”
According to a MacRumors report, a new
“Apple Events” icon has appeared on the Apple
TV, which also convinces us to believe that
Apple is going to live stream the October 23
event. Streaming via Apple TV requires second-
or third-generation Apple TV with software
5.0.2 or later. A click on the particular channel
also shows a few other Apple press event
videos, dating back to June 2011.
In the past, Apple has offered live video streams
of its events, but has not done so in several
years. The last time Apple live streamed its
event was back in October 2010.