Recent posts

Java is a very important programming language and it is used in more than 4 billion devices. According to Oracle, over 5 billion Java cards are used in the whole world as it is the best Object-oriented programming language out there. Java is a bit complex language and it gets easier with daily practice. In this article, we are giving few tips and tricks for the beginners so that they can develop their skill in programming. 1. Single quote-Double quote dilemma: You will notice that if you code “HaHa”, it would return Ha169. Double quotes are used to treat the characters as the string. On the other hand, single quotes are used to operand the char –valued to int values through the widening primitive conversion process. So, after the conversion, the numbers return 169. 2. Always return Empty Collections: In a program, if a collection has no value and is returned, then make sure it returns with an Empty collection instead of Null elements. The unending ‘if else’ testing on Null elements are saved. 3. Avoid objects that are unnecessary: Object Creation is a very expensive operation for Memory Utilization. So, only create or initialize objects which are necessary. 4. […]

Read more

It has been over 10 years that we are using smartphones and each year the functions have developed. We already have arrived at Android O (Oreo) and things are getting easier with each version of Android. We all know the basic utilities of an Android phone. But there are some hidden tricks and tips which we still don’t know. Let us look at the top 10 Android tricks and tips in 2018. 1. Hear from important ones: Hearing from unimportant people is very irritating when it is of no importance and we all face this peculiar problem. Android lets you avoid this headache with a very little improvement of settings. Hit volume toggle to get the alert option. Then tap on Priority and then Settings. Now you can choose the contacts you want to hear from. 2. Easy Contact dialing: This one is gold. If you are tired of typing the names and looking for the contact you want to dial, then this is going to help you. You just have to dial the contact name in digits like the old days. For example, to find Mike, type 6 (M), 4 (I), 5 (K), 3 (E). 3. Extend battery life: […]

Read more

We all use Whatsapp on our smartphones and we do it quite regularly. But not everyone knows all the functions that Whatsapp offers us. There are cool and hidden features as well which we might overlook in our daily uses of the app. Here are top 10 hidden tricks and tips in Whatsapp. 1. Avoid blue ticks: Whatsapp blue ticks indicate that your message has been seen and read. But sometimes we don’t want it to have happened. Whatsapp has the feature to disable this function. Go to settings> Account> Privacy> Read Receipts. Now your messages won’t get blue ticked just like the old days but remember neither can you see whether your messages have been read or not. 2. Highlight messages: The font of the messages can be changed in Whatsapp. You can write in Bold, Italics, and Strikethrough. To write in bold, add the star key on both ends of your *Text*. To write in italics, add underscore on both ends of your _Text_. To strikethrough, add twiddles on both ends of your ~Text~. 3. Hide ‘last seen’: You can hide the ‘last seen’ if you don’t want your contacts to know when you were online the last […]

Read more

Google officially unveiled their latest Android operating system called Android 8.0 Oreo. The final beta will be available for both Nexus and Pixel users and it is set to arrive very soon. According to David Burke, Android’s VP of Engineering, the OS version for both Nexus and Pixel has already infiltrate carrier testing. Many beta users may now be thinking how they can get Android’s latest OS version. Developers and other users, who have knowledge in the industry, know that some smartphone users can download the beta version. The Android 8.0 Oreo’s consumer version will be available after few more days, while the Over the Air (OTA) update will first hit smartphones like Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel, and Pixel XL, together with the Nexus player and the Pixel C tablet. If you wish to download the Android 8.0 Oreo without waiting, you may go to Google’s Android Beta Program page and sign in using the Google account you use on your Android device. Signing up will allow your device to receive the latest beta software update once it became available. Your device will also become eligible to receive the OTA update for Android Oreo. From the Android Beta Program […]

Read more

Recently, Microsoft has started rolling out the Windows 10 Creators Update and introduces new touchpad settings to enhance multitasking and navigation. The Precision Touchpad is a new type of touchpad, which was introduced for compatible Windows 8 laptops. It is an extension of a typical touchpad that is used for controlling the mouse cursor on your screen. It also supports an extensive range of multi-touch gestures and more advanced settings. Aside from the new dedicated Touchpad page under the Settings app, Microsoft’s latest OS has tweaks for click and gesture detection. New enhancements are also added to the Creators Update, which are essential when detecting the left and right clicks, as well as when pinching to zoom. Read on below as we walk you through the steps to know whether your device has Precision Touchpad support and how you can customize the experience. How to know if my laptop has Precision Touchpad support? Newer laptops such as hybrid laptops or other convertible devices include Precision Touchpad support, while older devices might not. The steps below will help you determine if your Windows 10 device can use the multi-touch gestures. Launch Settings, then click on Devices. Click on Touchpad. If your […]

Read more

Performing Image Backup in Windows 10

How to perform an image backup in Windows 10?

Read more

Types of Cloud Computing:

Just as the name implies, cloud computing is a way of making use of virtual computer world wide using the same personalized experience. There are actually three different types of cloud computing, and they are pretty much dependent on the requirements of the user. Below are the clues on the three types of cloud computing services.

Read more

After the release of Samsung Galaxy Note and Mega, which are both considerably enormous, Samsung introduces their latest 7-inch Smartphone in Korea. This is the biggest Android phone so far, which is not a flagship device in any ways. Instead, it is a tab-phab-phonblet which is capable of making cellular calls. This will be available in South Korea soon.

Read more

Microsoft released a security patch that will fix the crucial bug that hits most Internet Explorer builds. The fix was issued last Thursday, May 1, 2014 at 10 A.M. PDT. Users who turned their Automatic Updates on won’t need to do anything, but for those who have not set this service on, will need to apply the said patch as early as possible. They just need to click on the “Check for Updates” button under the Windows Update option on the Control Panel. And even though Microsoft ended their support for Windows XP, they have decided to release a patch for Windows XP users.

Read more

Microsoft presents some workarounds opposing the zero-day bug that leaves many users vulnerable to malware attacks.  They will soon release a patch for the recent crucial zero-day flaw. However, Microsoft offers momentary solutions for the latest bug that impacted on all Internet Explorer builds. Microsoft Security Advisory 2963983 propose latest information regarding this bug. This weakness lets remote code execution and being utilized in “limited, targeted attacks”. Most probably, this bug is extensive and critical; the US and UK security agencies have alarmed users on using Internet Explorer.

Read more