Posted on 27 March 2011
Android is an operating system of the mobile device. All applications for Android platform using the Java programming language. It becomes very popular in small devices. The Android SDK provides the APIs and tools to develop applications for Android mobile devices with or without touchable functionality. By using these applications get your alert for important meetings, tasks, birthday, and more.
5 Best Calendar Apps for Android
There are numerous free applications for Android or any other system, like best five calender for Android system that helps you in every professional field. To get schedule your business life. Following is some famous calendar with different features according to different fields like, business, personal life, teaching, etc.
1. Touch Calendar (BETA)
Touch calendar is more interesting calendar application of all the Android apps. It takes advantage of the Android v2.0. interface. Touch Calendar includes a pinch zooming, avoiding for the long tap use double tap to enter events, allows scrolling horizontal or vertical. You can jump to any date from the menu, search calendar from menu or phone, and much more.
2. Smooth Calender
Smooth Calendar is very much easy to use. It is highly configuration screen for the built in calendar app. Smooth Calendar is not a very good application for you if you have more than one event in a single day. Smooth Calendar has one screen size of 4X2. At this size, your calendar only can display your event names if more than one or detailed one event at a time.
3. Cal Widget
Cal Widget, This Calendar application stands alone in Android mobile system. It is one of the best widget calendar applications.
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Posted on 25 March 2011
iPhone is changing the world with its applications. The creators of this phone were genius, they just not created an iPhone they have change the style of living. It is the best gadget that you can use in your daily life. There are so many apps for this phone that you can use them in your daily life.
Exercise is most important for our body. We should do it every morning. It keeps us fit. Apple is having cool apps for Cardio. So, all you Cardio Lover’s Just go and buy an iPhone for yourself, because iPhone is having the greatest collection of Cardio apps for you.
5 Best iPhone Cardio Apps:
It is a very simple iPhone application which will allow you to keep track of your heart rate. This app will also help you to know the amount of calories that you burn everyday through exercise. You can easily track your heart rate. What you have to do is that just tap your pulse on your iPhone until your heart rate is registered on your phone screen. Once your heart rate is registered, then you can also keep the track the amount of calorie you are burning. Through real time chronograph you can track your workout as well and can find how much energy you have burnt.
This is a very good application for runners and walkers. It measures the pace and distance. The iTreadmill uses the motion detector of your iPhone and turn the device into a pedometer that counts the number of your steps that you take. This application is outstandingly accurate and you can use it anywhere indoor or out door. With this app you can track your past sessions, and can see whether you have made any progress on daily basis or not.
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Posted on 23 March 2011
After getting your domain name registered, paying off to your web host to get hosting for your website, and uploading your website on the web server, its time to view the final shape of your website. If you cannot view your website after all this hard work then does it mean it that you are missing something or is it just something with DNS propagation?
Understanding DNS Propagation
Before understanding the DNS propagation, you should be aware of the working of DNS. A master DNS is created by your web hosting provider in the event when you set your website up with it. This Master DNS is recorded in the Domain Name Server of your web hosting provider. The company which registers your domain name contacts to the DNS server of your web hosting provider. Your domain name registrar does it as the master authority of your domain which you have registered with it.
How Your Website is Being Searched?
When an outsider source searches your website, it first switches to the registration database in order to find out about the DNS authority of your website. After then that it goes to the DNS sever of your web hosting service provider in order to find out the IP address of your website’s domain name. From this IP address, this outsider source locates your website and can view your website.
Caching the DNS Records
The only problem with this searching process is that when your website is searched on internet by an outside source, the search process is catalyzed, as every ISP caches it DNS records to display your website in quick time. Read the full story
Posted on 20 February 2009
Once you get into IRC, you need to understand the barrage of abbreviations and phrases that are commonly used.
People will do anything to be lazy—especially where typing is concerned. Anyone who uses IRC will come across abbreviations and certain jargon that will stump them initially. Do not look like a fool by asking unless you absolutely must!
One peculiarity you may notice is that IRC commands are often treated as both verbs and nouns. You can refer to your IRC client documentation for additional commands, but here are some examples:
n. A person in a channel who has the +o flag in a channel. Usually has the @ prefix in the username.
v. The act of setting mode +o. Used with omitted subject “me” as a request.
* idiot sets mode +o lamer
n. A person who has been granted special privileges on the IRC server.
TsTech is an oper, right?
v. To identify to an IRC server with an administrator login and password, for example.
/oper User Password
- msg (short for privmsg)
n. A private message to a user.
[lamer()] you're cool
v. To send someone a private message.
/msg lamer I know am.
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