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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Don't judge a book by it's cover

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The Next Android Coming Version Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie
10 features of Android 5.0
News 30 Apr, 2013
Visual voicemail, revamped messaging and enhanced multitasking are just some of things we'd like to see.
Android 5.0 will be the next edition of the world's most popular Smartphone operating system.
Developed under the codename Android Key Lime Pie (KLP), this version of the software is a major refresh and is expected to introduce a raft of features as well as a boost in performance.
IT Pro has compiled a list of 10 other improvements we'd like to see in Android 5.0. Do you agree?  Are there any features you'd like to see Google introduce? Let us know below.
10. Visual voice mail
There are apps which provide this service in the US, but there is little love for users in the UK.
Google and its OEM partners should use their close ties with carriers to kick start this service in the UK. A native app would be useful to people who are frequently in meetings as they can quickly check whether a voice mail they have received is urgent.
9. Beef up Google Now
Google Now was introduced in 2011 as part of Android Jelly Bean 4.1, but it's usefulness is largely restricted to the US.
In the UK, the software primarily functions as a reminder tool for events you may have – and is always on hand to show you how long it will take to get home from any given location. We expect Google to make some more partnership announcements, which will extend the usefulness of Now outside of the grand ol’ USA.
8. Ability to turn off OEM skins on any device
When Android 5.0 KLP launches, it is expected to arrive on a brand-new handset carrying Google’s 'Nexus' branding. 
Likely to be dubbed the Nexus 5, this Smartphone will ship with the vanilla version of Android, and will be developer friendly. OEMs such as HTC, LG and Samsung will place their custom skins over the top of Android KLP when it is released on their handsets to differentiate them.
It would be good if Google built-in a master switch into Android, giving users the choice to switch off these OEM skins without having to root devices.
The chances of this happening though are virtually zero. OEMs such as HTC and Samsung add features which will only work with their respective skins active, and they are not going to want to let users disable them. Google is unlikely to pull rank on its partners too – as it feels that one of the strengths of the operating system is its customization.
7. Child/Business-friendly modes as standard
Kids Corner was a useful feature that Microsoft introduced in the Windows Phone 8 OS. Microsoft effectively built a sandbox into the mobile OS, allowing users to lock down sensitive information like emails, while allowing kids to access features such as games. It would be good to see Google incorporate a similar feature into Android.
BlackBerry built-in its Balance feature into Z10 smart phones. This allows IT admins to separate business and personal data – and means that employees cannot copy sensitive information from one side to the other. It also means when a user leaves an organization, the business side of the handset can be wiped without affecting the personal information.
Samsung is already trying to make inroads into the enterprise by launching a Secured Edition of Android known as Knox. This aims to replicate the functionality of BlackBerry Balance, so it is possible to do so.
6. Find my Droid
You'd expect a simple feature like this to be included in a comprehensive system such as Android, but it has yet to materialize. 
With the firm’s extensive mapping service, and GPS included into handset, it shouldn’t be too much of a stretch for Google to build this functionality into the heart of the OS.
5. Revamped messaging
This is the feature which has been talked about extensively, due to information leaking. It will be interesting to see to how Google goes about tackling messaging in a world where apps such as Whatsapp dominate.
Google's "Babel” service is expected to allow users to access messages across Android Smartphone’s and tablets. The web giant is also tipped to launch clients for other popular platforms such as iOS.
Folks over at the Google Operating System blog found a JavaScript file on Gmail servers appearing to confirm the existence of Babel and some of the key features it will include:
  • Redesigned conversation-based UI
  • Access conversation lists from Smartphone’s, tablet and PCs
  • Advanced group conversations          
  • Ability to send pictures
  • Improved notifications across devices 
4. Offline maps and better control over location settings
Nokia has been leading the way in this field by allowing users to download comprehensive guidance and then use it for free offline. Google already offers comprehensive guidance through its Maps and Navigation apps, but it does crunch through battery when in use.
Privacy hasn't been a strong point for Google, with the firm receiving numerous fines about collecting data from individuals. A way in which Google could try and rebuild its privacy image would be to let users choose whether they want to share their location.
iOS already allows users to turn off location services on individual apps if they choose to. This feature would be welcome on Android so you don’t have all your apps sending off data. Of course it would help to save battery life too.
3. Improved battery life and performance
There are whispers that Google will upgrade the framework of Android to the Linux 3.8 Kernel. What does this mean for regular users? 
In short, such an upgrade should make Android less memory hungry. Devices should become more efficient as they gobble up less RAM for tasks and intern this should result in improved battery life.
Google introduced its Project Butter initiate with Jelly Bean to help solve the latency issues Android was experiencing. This has gone a long way toward reducing the perceived “lag” associated with Android. Improvements to Butter are expected.
2. Enhanced multitasking
Android has been at the forefront of mobile computing when it comes to features such as multitasking. Users are able to run multiple apps at the same time and flick between them.
With the forthcoming Galaxy S4, Samsung will allow users to snap two apps onto the screen of the 5in device, so they can be used at the same time. It’ll be possible to watch videos when replying to emails, or surf the internet and make notes.
It would be great to see Google take the initiative and make a multitasking feature like this standard across all high-end handsets.
1. Complete Android backup
Although it is possible to sync key features such as contacts and apps with a Gmail account – a full blown native backup is lacking from Android handsets.
When you switch between Android handsets, photos, music and text messages are lost in the transition, as are any customizations you have made.
Apple already has a cloud backup service, which works well when you upgrade your iPhone– and we hope Google will introduce something similar to this with Android KLP

Monday, April 29, 2013

Teachers Will Teach The Rules

Winners Will Make The Rules

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Rules are made to teach others not to follow.........???????????

Monday, April 15, 2013

Back to hyd with full of energy  :  )

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Your smartphone is destroying your memory

Your Android and iOS phones are killing cognitive thinking and declarative memory, say experts
Indian smartphone user study is accurate, we have reason to worry. The survey conducted by AC Nielsen across 46 cities in September and October 2012 revealed that the number of smartphones had touched 40 million, and almost half of the users were under 25. The dramatic growth was driven by a desire 'to stay connected and have instant access to social networking sites', it said.

Although the gadgets are designed to make life easier, and the user, work-smart, experts warn that their unrelenting pings and blitzkrieg of updates can throw the brain into overdrive, affecting its cells and blunting the mind over time. Here's all that's at stake:

Declarative memory reduced
Reminder features Declarative memory refers to data that can be consciously recalled, such as important phone numbers, date and time of important meetings, and critical dates like your birthdays that we store in our brain. "While earlier, we'd easily remember at least 10 important phone numbers by rote, today we can't recall any other than our own. Our mind is not challenged. Everything is fed in the phonebook, and under categories — family, work, miscellaneous. Sometimes, there are so many, we can't recall the face to the name and number," says Dr Ravat.

Underdeveloped human intelligence
Absence of external stimuli Shraddha Shah, clinical psychologist with the Department of Neurology at KEM, is most concerned about the smartphone's impact on children. She discusses Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development — a comprehensive theory about the nature and development of human intelligence, which deals with the nature of knowledge itself and how humans gradually acquire, construct and use it. Shah explains, "This mental process of awareness, perception, reasoning and judgement can only be built if the child experiences something physical, like playing with clay, blocks or a bat and ball. It isn't possible if s/he is staring into a screen and conquering angry birds." Physical activities, she adds, help build a child's motor skills (a learned sequence of movements that combine to produce a smooth, efficient action in order to master a task) that can range from cutting a paper with a scissor to running and jumping. Phones can't play a role here.

Human mind not meant to multi-task
Multi-tasking features Dr Ravat is critical of the Internet which none of us can do without. Our increasing dependency on search engines like Google is making us poor thinkers, she argues. "Our minds are getting lazy because gadgets ensure we don't use them enough," she says.

In another interesting argument by neuro experts, the very advantage of smartphones becomes a cause for worry. Smartphones encourage you to carry out multiple tasks at once. Clifford Nass, professor of communication at Stanford University, reckons, "It is not physiologically healthy for you because (humans) are not built to do a multitude of tasks at one time. Your phone makes you feel like you have to respond, which then increases your stress and harms your cognitive thinking."

Dr Bhinderwala agrees. Multitasking, he says, lessens our ability to focus on what is relevant, and rewires the brain to make us shallow thinkers. Varied communication features (SMS, video, Whatsapp, BBM, Facebook, Twitter) available on our finger tips, makes us less responsive to the immediate environment.

Dr Sandy Chapman, chief director for the Center for Brain Health in Dallas, who has studied the effects of technology on the brain, was quoted in nbcdwf. com, saying: "It's really keeping us at this distracted level, so everything that we're thinking about tends to be quicker, less synthesised, and that's what's making us dumber."

Friday, April 5, 2013


waiting for ugadi,going to my home town,so happy that after a long time going to Nizamabad.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Hi every one,,
here a latest news,

on 28th march
went for a lunch with 360 Digrii Taem at Ohri's,hyderabad.
It's unexplained feelings and had a wonderful day...
me enjoyed a lot there with my friends and respected sir's.

Thank u 360 digrii for making me a part of that party.

Friday, March 22, 2013

make a hope on your life so you want get bore

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Every Wants to write something on my blog but no time.

Sorry For That,

Now The Days are going like normal i.e, as usual.
Every day having different experience.

Let's See the coming days will change my status or not.....   :  )

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Very Happy Today.Looks like new changes gone happen in my life.

Monday, February 4, 2013

Back to hyderabad after 6 days.Stayed these6 days with out Internet and my number is switched off for 6 days.

Now looks like am in the world

Monday, January 21, 2013

Why Orkut Failed !!!? 

There was a time, when we used to like Orkuting. I remembered, when our seniors restrict ourselves from using ORKUT in Computer Labs, but it was like an addiction or something for few of us and for the same we were chewed up many times. But if you ask, truly speaking, I hardly click on orkut link now days. I don’t know why it happened but there are reasons which don’t pull in anymore. When I started quantify my thoughts, figured few reasons; and when I got in depth, found something more interesting which I would like to share with you people

1. Technical reason
Orkut is based on two types of web development language, ASP for front-end and Javascript and Open Social at backhand. Application for such type of combination is not easier. Facebook has a complete design of PHP, the simplest web language after HTML and therefore thousands of applications are there for fun. Orkut seems a bit heavy, heavy in the sense that links took more time to open and in worse “bad bad server, No donut for you”. While other Social Networking Sites (SNS) are relatively fast. It’s not only my opinion. Even Marissa Mayer, vice president of consumer products at Google, in an interview told that:
“I think the social networking is really interesting. And I have to say, we launched a social network at Google called Orkut. It’s not very popular in the United States, really popular in a couple of other countries. In fact, if you go to those countries, they often think that Orkut owns Google. And you talk to people in Brazil, they’re like, oh, Google, you mean the subsidiary of Orkut?

“But in Brazil, they were sort of used to the latency. So the fact that the site was slow didn’t slow them down. They just kept building momentum. And India, I think because it was on the Indian opposite time zone, it also wasn’t competing for that same resource of scalability.”
Click Here to see The Interview

2. Ease of Sharing
Orkut doesn’t provide social sharing plugins/ modules while other SNS do. These plugins offer easy and quick sharing. Anyone can embed these codes to their site with almost no knowledge of hard coding. The Gadgets like Wibiya doesn’t provide Orkut in there list. So one who needs to share something should have Orkut opened in other tab.

3. Search
Orkut profiles don’t show up without login. In other words while searching for a person name, search engine doesn’t provide profile pages of people related with the name on their results. May be this is because of security but there are other ways like protected view instead of hiding complete information.

4. Promotion
Orkut does not provide page creation for a business promoter. There is a feature for creating ads on orkut but link to that ad is not available publicly. Thereby losing hope for promoters to enjoy this Application. Most of the people join certain communities but the updates of community are not available on the homepage.

5. Entertainment
One reason instead of communication is fun on social networking sites. Orkut has little application for entertainment. There should be something for amusing which holds users on site.

6. Launch Timing
There was almost no gap when it was launched as compared to Facebook. Orkut was launched on January 24, 2004 while Facebook was launched on February 2004. But Orkut is still in beta phase (the word beta means “end user testing phase, a Software engineering term”). Meaning is that, orkut doesn’t gather the expected feedback from users and so is testing since last 7 years or may be employees are not focused for further improvement to finalize it.

One reason may be that, for GOOGLE, Orkut is an Application just like others (Gmail, Google Earth etc.) but on the other hand Facebook, Twitter (and other SNS) are Companies, fully devoted to Social Networking.

7. Buzz Integration with Gmail