Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Rooting Of Bluestacks

Hi Friends,
               Today i am going to tell you an interesting stuff the bluestacks rooting most of you guys have tried rooting of android by replacing the files but failed now we can do it easily by downloading a software the rooting is so simple that you can do it by  clicking on the root button it
the name of the software is unlock root
ROOTING is the process of allowing users of smartphones, tablets, and other devices running the Android mobile operating system to attain privileged control (known as "root access") within Android's subsystem.
Rooting is often performed with the goal of overcoming limitations that carriers and hardware manufacturers put on some devices, resulting in the ability to alter or replace system applications and settings, run specialized apps that require administrator-level permissions, or perform other operations that are otherwise inaccessible to a normal Android user. On Android, rooting can also facilitate the complete removal and replacement of the device's operating system, usually with a more recent release of its current operating system.
BLUESTACKS is a Silicon Valley-based software company that produces BlueStacks App Player and BlueStacks Cloud Connect. Both products revolve around enabling Android applications to run on Windows PCs, Macintosh computers and Windows tablets. The company was founded in 2009 by Rosen Sharma, former CTO at McAfee and board member of

 Go and download the software from : and enjoy

Tuesday, 16 April 2013


Hi Guys,
             Today I am going to tell you what will happen if you put 400% or 200% volume in VLC or similar media players.Many of my friends visited me with a problem that their speaker is not working or it is producing an unwanted noise (beep sound) when playing songs /when playing videos. This is because the VLC is amplifying the audio signal which is produced by the file and which enables the error for some speakers which is not supporting amplified signals. So it is better not to put the sound beyond 110% of audio or maybe 100% will be suitable if you use more than that it may harm your laptop speakers.

Monday, 1 April 2013

National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning

 National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning

Hi Guys,
Today i am going to tell you about a facility provided by Indian Institute Of Technology. Dear friends if you are not able to follow the lectures provided by your teachers or you require some practical stuff then their is an interesting resource.

If you want to know about Artificial Intelligence(AI) or about some interesting stuffs in your syllabus then just go to the site and search for the following and then you will get live lectures and classes provided by different IIT.
As of October 2012, over 600 courses were available online. The course videos are available in streaming mode, and may also be downloaded for viewing offline. The video files are also view-able via the IIT Channel in Youtube.
Seven IITs and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have worked together to develop web and video based material for basic undergraduate science and engineering courses in order to enhance the reach and quality of technical education in India.

So for more fun stuffs and videos go to the website:


Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Sony Xperia Z

sony xperia zHi Friends,
                I know that you are all excited to hear the news of the release of Sony Xperia Z, the thing is that many of the companies are going to release their smartphones after the release of this phone. According to the new ad proposed by Sony Xperia Z will be available in stores from march 6 onwards. The highlight features of this phone may be the waterproof facility provided by Sony. The critics have told that the Sony will go down in the selling of smartphones while htc has regained its position back in the top selling smart phone list.We have to wait till the release to compare this with other smart phones.

Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Soople The Selective Search Offered...

Hi Guys,
     Do you know about a website named soople. Friends it is an integrated site of different functions like simple search and other search like mp3,news,specific website etc. This is an  is open source website even you search for contact numbers in us.

Volar-e prototype electric sports car unveiled

Hi Guys,

Spanish engineering company Applus+ Idiada has officially unveiled its Volar-e supercar prototype at the Circuit de Catalunya during the F1 Test Days in Barcelona. Developed for the European Commission and apparently based on the Rimac Concept One, the all-electric Volar-e boasts 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration of 3.4 seconds, does the standing quarter-mile in 10.3 seconds, and reaches its top speed of 300 km/h (186 mph) in only 12.1 sec.
The all-electric Volar-e makes 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration of 3.4 secondsThe Volar-e is a two-seat coupe with a carbon-fiber body over a tubular chrome-moly steel chassis. To achieve its impressive performance figures, the car uses an electric four-wheel drive system that delivers a claimed 1,000 hp (760 kW) and 737 ft-lb (1,000 Nm) of torque. Its four electric motors are situated along the centerline of the car, rather than in the hubs, with the aim of reducing unsprung mass and thus improving handling.
With a wheelbase of 2.77 m (9 ft) and front/rear track of 1.54/1.534 m (60.6/60.4 in), the Volar-e is on a par with the size of its gasoline-powered brethren. The curb weight is not listed, but a rather small (38 kWh) lithium-iron-phosphate battery was chosen in part to save weight.

iPhone 5S planned for August, next iPads may debut as soon as April

iPhone 5S planned for August, next iPads may debut in April
Hi Guys,
I has learned that Apple is planning the release of the iPhone 5S for this summer, currently for August. Next generation iPads, presumably the iPad 5 and potentially the iPad mini 2, may also debut as soon as this April.
Sources tells that the iPhone 5S does indeed have the same basic design as the iPhone 5, with a more advanced processor and an improved camera. With the iPhone 5, Apple made the casing thinner but managed to keep essentially the same, if not slightly better, overall quality.

Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Samsung Galaxy S4 to feature eye-tracking technology

The Samsung Galaxy S IV will reportedly let customers scroll through text using only their...

We know that Samsung is going to announce its new flagship, the Galaxy S IV, on March 14 in New York City. We know less about the phone itself. Today, though, we have one more piece of that puzzle, with a new report that the phone will feature eye-tracking technology.
According to the New York Times, the Galaxy S IV will feature software that tracks your eye movement. The technology will be primarily integrated with reading: finish with a page of text, and the phone will automatically scroll to the next page.

iPhone 5S Is Here

An analyst with a proven track record sees the iPhone 5S arriving in June or July (fingerp...
Apple has established a familiar pattern with its iPhone releases. Redesigned model (iPhone 3G, 4, 5), followed by a physically-identical spec bump/new software model (iPhone 3GS, 4S). So, unless the company shakes things up, we’ll be seeing an iPhone 5S in 2013. An analyst with a proven track record has some supposed details about the expected new iPhone.

Friday, 1 March 2013

Who needs a time machine? Scientists reconstruct ancient languages with software

The new software has already accurately reconstructed the Proto-Austronesian language, whi...Hi Guys,
Imagine the wealth of knowledge we could uncover if it was possible to travel back in time and re-construct ancient languages. While that’s impossible right now, scientists at UC Berkley and the University of British Columbia reckon they’ve managed the next-best thing, by developing new software which uncovers existing fragments of “proto-languages” from languages still in use.
Proto-languages are linguistic ancestors which gave rise to modern languages. These forbears include Proto-Indo-European, Proto-Afroasiatic and Proto-Austronesian. Typically, their reconstruction is a painstaking process which can take linguists many years.

Technological telepathy: brain-to-brain communication between rats achieved

Symbolic image of two rat brains communicating through a net of cortical connectionsTelepathy has long been a subject of controversy in physical and psychological circles, offering the potential for removing the material and sensory walls between individuals, and allowing the direct transmission of information without using any of our known sensory channels or physical interactions. Although true telepathy still appears to be pseudoscience, futurists have long predicted that some form of technologically-based telepathy would eventually emerge ... and, it would appear, it has.

Scientists propose destroying asteroids with sun-powered laser array

Is a sun-powered space laser the answer to stopping major asteroid impacts? (Photo: Shutte...This past Friday was not a good day for asteroid-human relations with asteroid 2012 DA14 passing a mere 27,700 km (17,200 miles) from the Earth just a few hours after a meteor exploded over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk, damaging hundreds of buildi ngs and injuring thousands. Scientists have been quick to point out that both of these events – a meteor exploding over a populated area and a large asteroid passing through Earth's geosynchronous orbit – are quite rare, but when the worst case scenario is the complete annihilation of all life on Earth, it's probably best to be prepared.

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Thursday, 28 February 2013

University of Oxford develops low-cost self-driving car system

University of Oxford develops low-cost self-driving car system

The MRG autonomous drive carHi Guys,
      Oxford University’s Mobile Robotics Group (MRG) has developed an autonomous navigation system for cars at a build cost of only £5,000 (US$7,700). Installed in a production Nissan LEAF, the robot car uses off the shelf components and is designed to take over driving while traveling on frequently used routes.
Automated driving technology already exists on several different levels – from the assisted driving systems found in some upmarket cars to full-blown robots that can drive themselves. The latter have become so advanced in recent years that some U.S.

Silex Power announces 1,000 km-range Chreos high-performance EV

Silex Power's newly-announced Chreos EVHi Guys,
Alternative energy company Silex Power has announced its intention to enter the electric car market at the very top. The company intends to make a limited run of 300 units of its luxury Chreos EV by 2015, and, judging from the press release, the car boasts luxury, if perhaps aspirational, statistics to match – particularly with respect to range and charge times.
The car, which Silex Power describes as an upmarket electric fastback sedan, will apparently be 5.42 m long, 2.16 m wide and 1.49 m high (17.78 x 7.09 x 4.89 ft) of carbon fiber.

Nokia reveals €15 mobile phone with month-long battery life

Nokia reveals €15 mobile phone with month-long battery life

Built for the budget-conscious consumer, the Nokia 105 mobile phone will retail for €15 (a...
Hi Guys,
          Built for the budget-conscious consumer, the Nokia 105 mobile phone will retail for €15 (about US$20) and feature a battery that only needs charging once a month

The 2013 Mobile World Congress (MWC) is in full swing right now with all the big players showing off their latest smartphones and mobile technology. But while companies like LG and HP are rolling out smart devices with a wide range of features, Nokia arrived with a stripped-down cell phone aimed at the budget-conscious consumer.

iPod touch 5G vs. iPod touch 4G

Does the iPod touch 4G stand a chance against the new 5G model?Hi Guys,
           The iPod touch lives on. When Apple neglected to update its oddball iOS device in 2011, some speculated that the end was near. But now the touch has been updated to its 5th generation, and life goes on for the iPhone without a phone. Apple opted to keep the older 4th generation iPod touch on the market, next to its younger sibling. How do the two stack up against one another? Let's take a look …

Forze team unveils new hydrogen-powered racer

At peak power the VI generates 190 kW (260 hp) enough to accelerate from 0-100 kph (62 mph...Hi Guys,
          On the right side of the racing fence you have your combustion engine. Politically incorrect to some but a highly efficient piece of engineering design that transported millions for the past hundred years and kept Beijing smoggy since 2008. On the left side of the power debate, you have your battery-electric options. Heavy, costly and slightly dangerous, this mode is still in its evolutionary infancy but is making headway against its dinosaur brethren.

2012 Tablet Comparison..

How do the top tablets of 2012 compare?Hi Guys,
      Tablets are everywhere. No matter where you turn this holiday shopping season, you'll see them. Apple's iPad is still in the driver's seat, but its field of competitors is rapidly growing. How do you sort through all the noise, and make the best purchase? Look no further than our 2012 Tablet Comparison Guide
Specs aren't everything, but they can suggest a device's capabilities. Our comparison highlights the most important measurable categories, as well as those hard-to-define intangibles.

Galaxy Note 8.0 vs. Nexus 7

Galaxy Note 8.0 vs. Nexus 7

We compare the specs - and other features - of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and Google/Asus...After several years of the 9.7-inch iPad dominating tablet sales, we’ve seen a shift. Customers are gravitating more toward smaller (and cheaper) 7 to 8-inch slates. Two of today’s top choices in that bracket are the Google/Asus Nexus 7 and Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 8.0. Read on, as we compare the specs – and other features – of these two mini tablets.

Energy company to test floating solar islands

Energy company to test floating solar islands

(Image: Viteos)Hi Guys,
Can you imagine a power plant which floats in water and generate electricity for our daily life and imagine we are visiting that plant as tourist. Its a reality now.
Swiss energy company Viteos has announced that it is to build three floating solar arrays on Lake Neuchâtel. Viteos will work with tech company and "energy enabler" Nolaris to build the 25-m (82-ft) diameter islands, each with 100 photovoltaic panels.

mophie launches 1700 mAh juice pack air for iPhone 5

mophie launches 1700 mAh juice pack air for iPhone 5

The mophie juice pack air in its three color choices
 Hi Guys,
        mophie is launching a new juice pack battery case for the iPhone 5. The new model, called the juice pack air, promises faster charging, higher capacity, and a thinner design. mophie even claims that the new case is designed to act as an amplifier for the iPhone 5's speaker. Two weeks ago, the company also launched the juice pack helium, which comes with a lower capacity, as a trade-off for an even thinner design.

ASUS has announced the New PadFone Infinity...

ASUS has announced the PadFone Infinity and Fonepad at MWC in Barcelona, Spain
Hi Guys,
      ASUS has announced the PadFone Infinity and Fonepad at MWC in Barcelona,The releasing date is near 12nd of march from reliable sources. ASUS caused a bit of a ripple in the industry when it revealed its PadFone smartphone-in-a-tablet hybrid back in May 2011.

Pioneering space tourist announces plans for first manned mission to Mars

Inspiration Mars, a nonprofit foundation established by Dennis Tito, has announced plans f...Hi Guys,
 Their is a new program to mars are you all interested. It is true friends. Dennis Tito, the man who in 2001 became the first space tourist by shelling out a reported US$20 million to hitch a ride on the Russian Soyuz TM-32 spacecraft to the International Space Station, has now announced plans for a manned mission to Mars – and back. Tito won’t be going himself, but has established Inspiration Mars, a new nonprofit foundation that will oversee the mission in the hope of spurring “growth, national prosperity, knowledge and global leadership” through space exploration.

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie has started baking

Android 4.0 appearing on the Galaxy Nexus late in 2011, followed in July of 2012 by the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean release that arrived powering the super Nexus 7.
But, forward-looking, update-obsessed people that we are, we can't help but imagine how Google's going to maintain the pace of innovation in its next version of its mobile OS, Android 5.0.
All we know so far is that Google's working away on the K release of Android, which it's developing under the dessert-related codename of Key Lime Pie. Regarding the version number, it's likely that the Key Lime Pie moniker will be given to Android 5.0. We thought we might find out on 29