QR Code and its uses


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This image is familiar to you because it is now printed in the packing of many products including Mobile phone. It is the Quick Response code or QR code used as a Bar code for storing information about the product. It is a “Mobile readable” code that can be used to connect with the website of the manufacturer directly to get the details of the product. Users with a camera phone equipped with the correct reader application (QR Code decoding software) can scan the image of the QR code to display text, contact information or directly connect to the website. This mechanism of linking Physical world objects is called “Hard linking” or “Object hyper linking”.
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How to solve SSL Error


Sometimes when we open Facebook or Gmail, the page will not open and prompts as “SSL Error”. What is this SSL means? It is the “Secure Socket Layer” which is the security system used by browsers especially the Google Chrome for secure login. How this SSL error occurs? SSL works based on the Security certificates authenticated during the browser installation.  The browser works only if the date and time of the computer is up-to-date. Sometimes the date and time may change automatically if the computer is shutdown incorrectly. Switch off  through UPS, Power failure, Battery flat in Laptops etc causes this error. So what will do if the SSL error appears?
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Make Internet Explorer user friendly


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Most people use Internet Explorer as default browser, but when installed, sometimes its settings may be different. So by spending a few minutes, you can give a good look to explorer and make it user friendly. See the tips.
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Rescue your deleted Photos


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Here is a method to recover accidentally lost data from Smart phone, Flash drive, Memory card etc. The rescue procedure is simple and you can transfer the data including images and video to the PC drive. The Photo rescue software is ready for that and within minutes you can see the vanished photos . Just follow the steps.
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Keep your Smart phone alive


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Smart phone is the attraction of many people because of its multi features and applications. But the most important problem is severe battery drain and it needs many time charging in a day. Apple, BlackBerry, Samsung and other global brands have come up with powerful mobile operating systems such as Google’s Android, Nokia’s Symbian, Apple’s iOS, etc, that allows users to play games, listen to mp3s, snap pictures, have access to the Net and even stream videos. This causes severe battery drain due to the running of many applications in the phone along with power use for signal capturing. This problem is severe when travelling so we have to carry one back up device also. But we can manage the situation. Follow the 10 tips to keep the Smartphone alive.
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Bluetooth .How Stuff Works


Bluetooth is the miniature wireless transmitter and receiver used as an interface to access LANs, PSTN, Mobile network and portable handheld devices. Bluetooth can communicate with the Bluetooth enabled devices through a short range network called ”Piconets”. When the Bluetooth enabled device enters the proximity of the piconet, it establishes connection with the Bluetooth. It is very useful for hands free communication in hand held devices. The technology of Bluetooth was named after Harald Blaatand Bluetooth II, the king of Denmark.

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Cloud Computing


The system that performs the delivery of computing as a service over the network is the Cloud Computing. It is the service that provides shared resources and software information to the computers. In Cloud computing, computation, software, data access etc are provided to the end users. The end user can access the informations in the network without needing to understand the system’s components and infrastructure. The term cloud is used to represent the Internet system similar to the cloud drawing used in earlier telephone system to give point-to-point data circuits for the Virtual private network.

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