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Mar

Prefer Maximum Uptime From Hosting For Minecraft Server


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29
Mar

Gaining Insight on Website Design


Web Design

Many people have a need for website design but do not know where to begin.  Whether for business or personal reasons, websites have become a necessity.  Small business owners and entrepreneurs alike have found a particular need for a website to list all of their product offerings.  If you fall into any of these categories, here are a few things to consider.

Professional Background of the Design Company or Design Professional
To hire a website designer blindly is not such a good idea.  You as the consumer need to take the time out to review the professional background of the design professional.  Review their credentials and any testimonials listed on their websites.  Take a good look at their website.  Note the design aesthetics.  It is important to keep mental notes on these things because it really makes a difference.  Look for design templates and a portfolio that displays all of their past projects.  This will help you to get a better idea as to whether or not the designer or design company will be the right fit for you, your project and your company’s endeavors.

Fee
When it comes to website design, the only way that you will get it done for free is if you do it yourself.  Take a look at your budget to better see what you can afford to spend.  If your estimated budget for the design of your website is well under $100, then you might need to consider working with a hosting company that offers affordable templates for consumer customization and use.  If you are more intrigued by hiring a design professional, you must realize that the fee for service can easily be upward anywhere from $200 to $1000 plus.  Sometimes designers charge flat rates or hourly rates depending on how extensive the project is.  It is also not completely uncommon for people to spend several thousand dollars for the design of their websites.

The Importance of Color
Studies have continually shown that a dash of color can make a significant difference in just about everything in life.  The color of an office, for instance, can have an inherent effect on the overall productivity of the staff. Another example is how the color of a suit can imply many things about the personality of an individual.  Finally, the colors used throughout your website can attract sales or detract from sales attainment. Remember, your website is the cyber face of your business or enterprise.  With this in mind, it is important to choose your colors wisely.

Take the time out to learn more about the connotations behind certain colors in both American culture and abroad. Sometimes a color that could signify detriment within the United States, could mean prosperity in other cultures.  Understand how certain colors can have a positive and influential impact on your target consumer.  Believe it or not, colors can inspire people to buy certain products.  It happens all of the time in department stores and can occur on your website as well.

When it comes to designing your website it is important to choose the right design professional or company.  You will want to make sure that the website personifies your personal or corporate motto.  If you are in the market for a website designer, visit Web312.com.

29
Mar

BlackBerry wins sales injunction against Typo’s familiar-looking keyboard case


It’s been a tough week for Ryan Seacrest: first, American Idol ratings hit an all-time low, and now, a judge has ruled against his iPhone accessory company in court. BlackBerry has won a court order that bars Typo from selling its very familiar physical keyboards after convincing a judge that the products might’ve infringed on its patents. As Bloomberg reports, the presiding judge said that the Canadian smartphone manufacturer is “likely to prevail” on the infringement claims, and that Typo hasn’t done much to prove that BlackBerry’s patents were invalid. The judge continued to show no quarter by out-and-out dismissing Typo’s worries that a temporary sales ban could put the company under. If you were on the fence before, maybe this will be the push to grab a Typo while you still can.

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Via: BlackBerry News (Twitter)

Source: Bloomberg

29
Mar

Daily Roundup: virtual Facebook concept, ThinkPad X1 Carbon review and more!


You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours — all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on through the break, and enjoy.

This is what Facebook could look like on Oculus Rift (video)

As you’re probably aware, Facebook dropped $2 billion on Oculus VR with the intent to bring “completely new kinds of experiences” to us all. And while that leaves much to the imagination, Chaotic Moon studios has an idea of what that could look like.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon review (2014): new, but not necessarily improved

The new ThinkPad X1 Carbon brings everything Lenovo fans loved about the original X1 Carbon, just in a lighter, slimmer package. Some users, however, may not enjoy its new “adaptive panel,” which replaces the traditional Fn keys. You can pick one up for $1,259, but be warned: the X1 Carbon has the shortest battery life in its class.

San Francisco Giants (and most of MLB) adopt Apple’s iBeacon for an enhanced ballpark experience

The iBeacon is a small Apple device that boosts iPhone location services through Bluetooth — and the San Francisco Giants are outfitting their entire stadium with the tech. For the Giants, as well as 19 other MLB teams following suit, the iBeacon is yet another way to bring mobile interaction with fans to the next level.

Facebook Messenger on iOS expands to include groups and forwarding

Facebook’s latest update to Messenger on iOS lets users send messages to a specific group of contacts in one fell swoop (with plenty of animal stickers, of course). You can also forward messages and photos to anyone outside of the conversation.

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29
Mar

State-sponsored hackers are attacking news outlets on a massive scale


Journalists using laptops and iPads at the European Parliament

It’s not hard to spot instances of state-sponsored hacking against dissidents and terrorism suspects, but it now appears that these attacks frequently target the press — and more often than you see in the news. Google security engineers report that 21 of the top 25 media outlets worldwide have faced some kind of government-backed hacking attempt, with many of them flying under the radar. In Vietnam, for instance, attackers have tried to discourage coverage of human rights issues by tricking journalists into compromising their PCs. Google argues that awareness is the solution. The more press organizations recognize the online threat, the better they can lock things down and make sure their stories get heard.

[Image credit: European Union 2012 – European Parliament, Flickr]

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Via: Reuters

Source: Black Hat

29
Mar

Turkish court rules tweets are free speech


Turkey’s country-wide Twitter ban has already been temporarily lifted on a national level, but the stay-of-execution wasn’t completely universal. One of the three court orders that prompted the original ban forced Twitter to use its Country Withheld Content tool on an account that had reportedly accused Turkey’s former prime minister of corruption, effectively blocking it from the view of Turkish users. The social media network complied with the order, but immediately petitioned the court to overturn it, arguing in favor of freedom of expression. Twitter’s legal legwork seems to have paid off — the company is now reporting that the take-down order has been rescinded , and the Country Withheld Content action on the account has been reversed.

“This is an exceptionally strong win for freedom of expression,” Twitter wrote in its official blog post. “It will be of paramount value for us in protecting Twitter’s users against other attempts at censorship in the future.”Turkey’s Prime Minister may see social media as “the worst menace to society,” but the country’s ruling on the matter is pretty clear: “No one may be forced to express their thoughts and opinion for any reason and purpose, and no one shall be censored or accused for that reason. Governmental bodies should avoid all acts and actions which restrict such freedom of the people.” Sounds like a solid ruling to us.

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Source: Twitter

29
Mar

Filmmakers in ‘Noah’ Used an iPad to Control a Huge Overhead Lighting and Rain System [iOS Blog]



The special effects crew behind the new Biblical epic Noah used a custom iPad app to control a huge overhead artificial rain and lighting rig that was capable of pouring 5,000 gallons per minute of water and turning night into day.

WIRED went behind the scenes to see how the FX team put it all together.

And on the eighth day, we got apps. Director Darren Aronofsky’s new film Noah is, of course, about the Biblical flood so massive it required one man to build an ark. Bringing such an apocalyptic deluge to the big screen was no easy task, and it required the special effects team behind the movie to, well, make it rain.

    



29
Mar

Future Office for iPad update will let you print your documents


Microsoft Word for iPad

Although the Office for iPad suite is relatively full-featured, it won’t print hard copies. That’s a glaring omission even in this increasingly paperless era, we’d say. Not to worry, though: Microsoft tells PCWorld that printing support is coming as part of future app updates. The company hasn’t said just when those upgrades are due, but Office general manager Julia White promises to “iterate very fast” on the fledgling productivity software. In the meantime, don’t toss out your conventional PC — you may need it to print out that next contract or term paper.

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Source: PCWorld

29
Mar

Study shows which Android and iOS versions are most likely to crash apps


Crittercism's Android crash rate findings

If you’ve ever argued that your new smartphone is more reliable than what you’re replacing, you now have some evidence to back up your claims. Crittercism has posted a study showing that apps running in newer versions of Android and iOS (such as KitKat and iOS 7.1) are considerably less likely to crash; you’re practically inviting headaches if you stick with a phone running Gingerbread or iOS 6. The research also suggests that the Galaxy S 4 and iPhone 5 are the most trustworthy devices, while tablets of all kinds are relatively crash-happy. The findings aren’t shocking when both Apple and Google have both spent years fixing bugs, and it’s notable that the study only covers crashes with third-party apps — they don’t address first-party software glitches. Still, this data is as good an excuse as any to upgrade an aging handset stuck on an old platform.

Crittercism's iOS crash rate findings

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Via: GigaOM

Source: Crittercism (DocumentCloud)

29
Mar

‘Cyberathlon’ will see disabled athletes compete in powered exoskeleton races


Massive sporting events like the Olympics are becoming increasingly tech-charged, but the games themselves remain unchanged for the most part. A new event called Cybathlon, however, wishes to fully integrate technology into its events, for what’s billed as “The Championship for Robot-Assisted Parathletes.” Due to be held in Switzerland in 2016, races will feature “pilots” outfitted with powered limb prosthetics, exoskeletons and wheelchairs that can be either commercial products or research prototypes. There will also be a bike race for competitors with muscle stimulation devices, and a fully computerized event pitting brain-controlled avatars against each other on a virtual track. While there”ll be medals and glory for some, it’s hoped Cybathlon will raise awareness of assistive tech and encourage development in the area. Nothing like a bit of healthy competition to moisten an engineer’s brow.

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Via: BBC

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