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Saturday, November 3, 2018





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The dissenting Google representatives had stories to share: pictures of bare ladies incorporated into office introductions. A supervisor advising two female representatives not to "les out." Denying benefits for minority gatherings.

In downtown San Francisco soon after 11 a.m. Thursday morning, many Google representatives—as a team with staff from the web goliath's workplaces around the globe—assembled to challenge how Google has taken care of inappropriate behavior claims. The walkout pursued a New York Times report that Google had discreetly given a $90 million leave bundle to previous official Andy Rubin after a partner blamed him for sexual intimidation and Google discovered her case valid.

Rubin has called the claims "a smear crusade." Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Thursday stated, "Minutes like this demonstrate we didn't generally take care of business thus we are focused on improving the situation."

That confirmation hasn't gone sufficiently far for the laborers leaving Google's workplaces in London, Tokyo, Mountain View, California, and somewhere else, the most recent representative kickback Pichai and Alphabet CEO Larry Page have confronted. In the most recent year, as a rush of representative activism has moved through West Coast tech organizations, Pichai has managed challenges over the organization's military gets, its early plans for a Chinese web index and how it's dealt with endeavors to differentiate its for the most part male, white and Asian workforce.

Serenades in San Francisco's palm-tree-ringed court were driven by Google item administrator Cathy Bi, who asked the group, "What number of you have a story that hasn't been told in light of the fact that you were terrified, didn't feel safe, dreaded countering?" Bi said she hasn't approached with her own charges because of dread of striking back.

#GoogleWalkout: Protest Workers In Fallout To Sexual Harassment Charges

Friday, February 12, 2016

As I mentioned last week, we’re at the beginning of a new development cycle for our next feature update to Windows 10. Teams are still early in their new feature work and changes in this build are mostly about laying the foundation for those features to start coming into builds. So you won’t see many visible changes quite yet. Also, the increased pace of the Fast ring (You’ll note that this build is only 6 revs newer than the last build we sent to the Fast ring) means that there will be fewer big changes between builds as opposed to this time last year when builds were about 30 days apart. There is a ton of coding work going on, but I want to set your expectations on how it will show up for you at our increased Fast ring pace.
We are seeing lots of bug fixes coming in from teams, including some which were reported by Insiders:
  • The issue of periodic app crashes or other memory related app errors due to a memory management change has been resolved. If you were having issues launching the Git client for Windows, you should now be able to launch it in this build.
  • The Connect button now shows up again in Action Center.
  • F12 Developer Tools will now load correctly Microsoft Edge.
  • We fixed an issue where suggested apps were being shown on the Start menu even though “Occasionally show suggestions in Start” was turned off under Settings > Personalization > Start.
  • We fixed an issue where if you try to change the Lock screen picture with “Get fun facts, tips, tricks and more on your lock screen” turned on it will revert back to the default.
  • We fixed an issue where the positions of desktop icons get jumbled up after switching DPI settings from 100% to 150% or 175%.
  • We also fixed an issue where pasting files into a new .zip file (compressed folder) in File Explorer by either right-clicking or Control-V would not work. You should be able to paste tiles into new .zip files just fine now.
Known issues:
  • If you choose “Reset This PC” under Settings > Update & Security > Recovery – your PC will be in an unusable state. There is no workaround if your PC gets into this state and you will need to reinstall Windows. This issue will be fixed in the next build. You can still rollback to the previous build if for some reason this build doesn’t work out for you. This bug also existed in Build 14251 so please avoid resetting your PC on these builds.
  • You might see a WSClient.dll error dialog after logging in. We’re working on a fix for this but as a workaround, you can run the following in Command Prompt with administrative rights: schtasks /delete /TN “\Microsoft\Windows\WS\WSRefreshBannedAppsListTask” /F. This issue will be fixed in the next build.
  • The front-facing camera is unusable on PCs with Intel RealSense resulting in being unable to use Windows Hello or any other apps that utilize the front-facing camera.
  • After logging in to your PC, you may hit a UI issue in which Airplane Mode will incorrectly show as “on” even though your PC’s Wi-Fi is powered on. This is due to a timing issue between how the UI communicates and waits for the underlying platform to respond. The UI for Airplane Mode essentially does not wait long enough for the device’s physical radios to power on before reporting the current state. You can toggle the Airplane Mode on and off to get Airplane Mode back to showing the correct state.
As always – thank you for being Windows Insiders and make sure to send us feedback on any issues you run into with this build in the Windows Feedback app.
We know a lot of Windows Insiders will be celebrating the Lunar New Year this coming weekend. Building off our Ninja Cat heritage, we wanted to provide a fun new set of images to celebrate the Year of the Monkey – you can click here to download. Happy Year of the Monkey from the Windows Insider Program!
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Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14257

Monday, November 9, 2015



Today we come here about learning how to creat a blogger account & setup a top level domain from www.reless.biz / www.resellerclub.com / www.kmmh.net to Google's www.blogger.com which is e free site for start bloging. A top level domain helps your site get more & more visitor everyday. You can buy a top level domain from www.reless.biz / www.resellerclub.com / www.kmmh.net. Most of the blogger do not know how to configure a top level domain in www.blogger.com. So now i am gonna show you how to setup a top level domain in Blogger step by step.


STEP - 1 (Creating Blogger Account)


You may already have your domain name, if you are not then you can buy from KMMH IT DEVELOPERS. Now log in to your blogger account with your gmail. You will see the Dashboard page of google Blogger.






STEP - 2 (Creating a Blog)


On the dashboard click on "New Blog". A box will popup where you see a "Title" box for your blog name, a "Address" box for your blog url/address. Fill up the box and click on "Create Blog"



Now your blog is ready. You can use default themes or buy premium themes from any other theme market. You can customise your blog from the left menu of your blog dashboard.



STEP - 3 (Add domain in Blogger)


Now we are going to setup a top level domain in blogger. 
1. Go to "Setting"
2. Select "Basic"
3. Under "Blog Address" click on "+ Setup a 3rd party URL for your blog"
4. Give your top level domain in the box and click save. You will see a message ".We have not been able to verify your authority to this domain. Error 12" and alos CNAME information of your blog.



STEP - 4 (Add Blogger Name Server & CNAME)


Now login to your domain control panel.
1. Go to you domain's management panel.
2. Click "DNS Management" from right menu.
3. Under "DNS Management" you will see a message "Your DNS Management service is not configured correctly. Configure Now"
4. Click on "Configure Now", then it show you 2 list of name servers Your Current Name ServersOur Name Servers.
5. Click the button "Fix Name Servers Automatically"
6. Now click on "Manage DNS"
7. Select "A Records" then "Add a Record"
8. Leave the "Host Name" blank & add the flowing IP in "Destination IPv4 Address" one by one.
216.239.32.21

216.239.34.21

216.239.36.21
216.239.38.21


9. Select "CNAME Records" then "Add CNAME Record"
10. In the "Host Name" field type "www" and "ghs.google.com" in "Value" field.
11. Now add the next CNAME same way.



All done. After adding all A Records & CNAMEs it will look like same as bellow.

A Records

CNAME
 Now go to blog setting & try to save now. It will successfully save your top level domain.

FINAL STEP

We are finished. Just a simple step, then you are able to visit your blog using your top level domain name.
Go to Setting>Basic>Blog Address & click "Edit" beside of your domain. Select "Redirect domain.com to www.domain.com".


That it, now people can find your blog by the top level domain which you configured for your blog.

If you find this guide helpful, let me know. It will encourage me to help you guy's again. 

Thank You.

Setup Resell.biz, Resellerclub, kmmh.net Domin in Blogger

Thursday, July 16, 2015

windows-10
Microsoft today released Windows 10 RTM Build 10240 to Windows Insiders. While you can upgrade to this build using Windows Update from your Windows 10 device, you can also download the ISO and upgrade your PC. While Microsoft didn’t share the official ISOs for this build, you can download it from the below file sharing websites.
Below links are for en-us language alone,
Key: W269N-WFGWX-YVC9B-4J6C9-T83GX
Update:
Windows 10 RTM build 10240 x64 ISO was created from the ESD file downloaded through Windows Update. You can download with confidence.

Download Windows 10 RTM Build 10240 ISO

Monday, May 11, 2015

A man works on a laptop computer near a Windows 10 display at Microsoft Build in San Francisco.



Windows 10 will be the last major release of Microsoft’s venerable operating system, according to a development executive at the firm.

Once the new version is released this summer, future updates will come in an “ongoing manner”, the company confirmed.

Speaking at Microsoft’s Ignite conference in Chicago, developer evangelist Jerry Nixon said: “Right now we’re releasing Windows 10, and because Windows 10 is the last version of Windows, we’re all still working on Windows 10.”

The future will be one of “Windows as a service”, with the final release of Windows 10 being updated as necessary, rather than holding features back for the next major paid-for update.

“Recent comments at Ignite about Windows 10 are reflective of the way Windows will be delivered as a service, bringing new innovations and updates in an ongoing manner, with continuous value for our consumer and business customers,” the company told the Verge in a statement.

In the future, Windows could be updated more like Mac OS X, with small, free updates periodically, or even like Google’s Chrome browser, which updates almost weekly with barely any user intervention.

But large feature additions will still come, even if the operating system name doesn’t change when they do. One of the flagship features of Windows 10 will be total unification between desktop and mobile operating systems, but – at least at launch – only desktop devices will actually be supported. Windows 10 on mobile devices, to say nothing of other supported platforms such as Xbox and HoloLens, will come some time later, the company says.

Source : theguardian.com

Windows 10 will be the last version of Windows

Friday, May 1, 2015

Microsoft released official Windows 10 Insider Preview ISO - Build 10074 which is introduce us the final Windows 10. 

What is new?
General UX improvements
Even more improvements to Continuum
Multi-tasking improvements
New default Windows sounds
Visual refresh for Cortana
New experiences in Cortana
Updates for the Music and Video Preview apps
Xbox app April 2015 update
Windows Store Beta improvements
Discovering features and apps in Windows 10

ISO download link & installation key
Key: 6P99N-YF42M-TPGBG-9VMJP-YKHCF

Source: Window Blog

Download Windows 10 Insider Preview ISO- Build 10074

Thursday, April 30, 2015



During its Build 2015 keynote, Microsoft just unveiled a new Windows 10 feature it's calling Continuum for Phones. It allows smartphones running Microsoft's latest OS to transform into desktop PCs — or at least an experience that's very close — when connected to larger screens. We've already seen Continuum help ease the transition for users switching between tablet and PC modes, and this is an even better example of what's possible when developers go along with Microsoft's universal apps plan.
The company is giving developers the tools to create software that runs across PCs, tablets, convertibles, smartphones, and Xbox. Apps can automatically adapt to the screen size they're running on, and Continuum for Phones is a showcase of that unity. Microsoft's Joe Belfiore demonstrated apps like Excel and Photos running in a traditional desktop view with the Windows 10 smartphone hooked up to a monitor. He also showed that content can be copied from phone-centric apps like Messaging and pasted into desktop apps.
Everything basically looks like the full version of Windows 10, but the phone is powering everything. "What we're trying to show here today, is our unique vision for phones and enabling them to scale up to a full PC-like experience," said Joe Belfiore. Continuum for Phones won't be something you'll find on existing Windows Phone devices. Belfiore was quick to note that the feature will require new devices capable of driving this dual-screen feature. Microsoft plans to share more on that soon.
Source: The Verge

Windows phone can turn into a full PC

Sony has reported earnings for its 2014 fiscal year along with forecasts for the next, and the numbers don’t give much reason for the company to stick with certain struggling products. Sony made an operating profit of ¥68.5 billion ($571 million) off ¥8.22 trillion ($68.5 billion) revenue in the year ending March 31st 2015, but lost ¥126 billion overall mainly due to various restructuring charges.
Although Sony predicts a 3.8 percent drop in revenue over the next year, it expects to make ¥320 billion in operating profit and ¥140 billion in net profit. But it’s worth looking at where that money will come from. Sony is expecting its Devices division, which includes its successful image sensor unit that produces components for the iPhone and other products, to bring in 16.5 percent more revenue and achieve a 36 percent higher operating profit. The profitable movie business, too, is expected to perform better over the next year. Gaming will be more or less flat as the PlayStation 3 generation winds down and the PS4 accelerates.
The mobile division is another story. It was by far the company's biggest black mark in fiscal 2014, making an operating loss of 217.6 billion yen following a ¥176 billion ($1.47 billion) impairment charge from the smartphone and tablet business, and restructuring costs from the sale of the VAIO PC unit. While things shouldn’t get that bad next year, mobile is still the only core division that Sony is expecting to lose money, forecasting a 7.1 percent slip in revenue and an operating loss of 39 billion yen.
Sony is predicting slipping revenues and falling profits in its camera and home entertainment/audio divisions, but you can make the case for keeping both around; the critically acclaimed Alpha and RX cameras have clear synergy with the market-leading image sensor business, and lines like Walkman and Bravia are important to Sony’s identity and brand. Neither is necessarily harming the company's focus. Mobile, however, doesn't seem like it's going to make a positive impact on the company any time soon, if ever, and the Android-dependent devices have little scope for differentiation. Is Xperia the next VAIO? Don't bet against it.

Sony should stop making phones

We’re approaching the end of April and with it came very exciting Android apps and games. It was arguably the most exciting month yet with big name releases from Google, Blizzard, and other big name titles. Let’s take a look at the best new Android apps and games from April 2015. If you want to see the freshest releases every week, don’t forget to subscribe to the Android Apps Weekly newsletter to catch the big names as they come out!

amazon prime instant video best android appsAmazon Prime Instant Video

[Price: Free with Amazon Prime Subscription]
Amazon has officially added tablet support to Amazon Instant Video. It’s a little wonky to use because it’ll redirect you to the Instant Video website in your mobile browser where you then pick a video and then it’ll come back and stream in the app. It’s not the most ergonomic solution and there’s still no Chromecast support, but if you have Amazon Prime, it’s worth a shot.
Get it on Google Play
Amazon Prime Instant Video Android apps

Android for Work Android Apps WeeklyAndroid for Work

[Price: Free]
Android for Work is a platform for companies to manage work flow. Earlier this month, Google released the platform on Android devices. Included is admin control support along with dedicated Android for Works apps such as Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Docs, and Chrome. You can also password lock it to prevent access and admins can remote wipe if need be. The only issue right now is a lack of supported devices.
Get it on Google Play
Android for Work Android Apps Weekly

adventures of poco eco Android Apps WeeklyAdventures of Poco Eco

[Price: $1.98]
Adventures of Poco Eco is an adventure puzzle game that revolves around looks and music. The premise is that you’re to help Poco and his tribe find the sounds that they lost. The design is pretty good and the music isn’t half bad for a mobile game. Some have lamented that the puzzles are a bit easy but the general consensus is that this is a pretty decent game. It costs just shy of two bucks and it has no in-app purchases.
Get it on Google Play

google handwriting input Android apps weeklyGoogle Handwriting Input

[Price: Free]
Google Handwriting Input is a keyboard that allows you to actually write out your messages instead of typing them on a keyboard or speaking them out loud. It works pretty well even if your handwriting is pretty bad. It’s also totally free to use with no in-app purchases and could be a fun keyboard to use if your device has a stylus although finger writing does work too.
Get it on Google Play
google handwriting input android apps

hearthstone Android appsHeartstone Heroes of Warcraft

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
It’s true that Hearthstone was actually releases several months ago but back then it had one glaring issue: there was no support for mobile phones. Earlier this month, Blizzard updated the application to work on phones and all rejoiced. There were ways to surpass the prior 6-inch limit but it’s much nicer to have official support for smaller screens. If you haven’t tried it yet, it’s available for download right now.
Get it on Google Play

Hello Android Apps WeeklyHello Caller ID and Blocking

[Price: Free]
Hello is a new app from Facebook that acts as a dialer replacement app. It not only replaces your stock dialer and lets you make actual phone calls, but it integrates very closely with the Facebook Messenger service so you can make calls over that as well when you want to. It’ll also help organize your contacts based on their Facebook info. It’s very similar to Hangouts Dialer but for Facebook.
Get it on Google Play

joe danger Android apps weeklyJoe Danger

[Price: $2.86 with in-app purchases]
Joe Danger was a hit game on iOS before making its way to Android where it’s had limited success so far. It’s a stunt game where you must pull off tricks and navigate obstacle courses to get the highest score. It has okay graphics, easy-to-use controls, and around 20 hours of game play according to the developers. It’s a game that doesn’t take itself too seriously and it’s also relatively inexpensive.
Get it on Google Play

kx music player Android Apps WeeklyKX Music Player

[Price: Free]
KX Music Player is a music player with an equalizer. It supports a wide range of codecs and includes bass boost, virtualizer effects, reverb, presets, and more. In terms of UI, it’s a fairly simple and new users shouldn’t have any problems navigating the interface. There are a few bugs here and it is a bit simple compared to something like Poweramp or N7Player. However, it’s a solid option for those who don’t need a lot of flashy features.
Get it on Google Play
kx music player Android Apps Weekly

magica x magica Android apps weeklyMagica X Magica

[Price: $0.99 with in-app purchases]
Magica X Magica is a 2D infinite runner style game with an actual story line. You play as a girl who is looking for her kidnapped friends and you must defeat a bunch of bad guys in order to do it. The game features okay graphics and soundtrack and easy controls. The game also includes boss fights and some good artwork as well. It calls itself the saddest game in this genre although there are a few bugs here and there so beware.
Get it on Google Play

Mortal Kombat X Android Apps WeeklyMortal Kombat X

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Mortal Kombat X has finally been released to the Play Store after months of leaks and announcements. Unfortunately it’s currently in the midst of a soft-launch so it’s not available for all markets yet. The classic fighting game features many of your old MK favorites, a familiar battle system, fatalities, and other odes to the franchise. When it’s released to everyone, it’ll be free with in-app purchases but until then, patience.
Get it on Google Play

riff android appsRiff

[Price: Free]
Riff is a new video platform released by Facebook (they’ve been busy this month). The idea is pretty simple. You upload a video of something you’re doing, then someone on your friends list can add some video of their own. Then their friends can add even more. It continues this way until the post dies. There are some bugs and compatibility issues early on but this is actually kind of a fun idea if you have friends that aren’t terrible people.
Get it on Google Play
riff android apps

Servicely Android Apps WeeklyServicely

[Price: Free / $2.16]
Servicely is a root-only application that helps you manage the processes on your device. The idea is to keep processes from running when you don’t want them to run and to help save battery life by closing down apps that keep waking your device up. You can get all the pro features without paying for the pro version although we recommend that you do to support development. If you have root, you should try this out.
Get it on Google Play

tomb raider android appsTomb Raider I

[Price: $0.99]
The original Tomb Raider has been remastered and re-released to Android by Square Enix. Those who enjoyed the good old days of Lara Croft can do it again. For those who have never played Tomb Raider, this is an action adventure game with some puzzle elements. The controls aren’t the best but you do get used to them after a while and there are a few device compatability issues. Otherwise, this is a classic and quite cheap for a Square Enix game.
Get it on Google Play
tomb raider android apps
Source: Android Authority

Best new 13 Android apps and games from April 2015

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

The LG G4 is finally and officially here. Now that we got the full scoop, it seems that LG's next flagship smartphone is all about three things - design, display and camera. The LG G4 body is slightly curved and comes with an optional leather back for some extra flair; there's a new IPS Quantum display for improved color accuracy and the camera has a new lens with improved OIS, wider aperture, a new Color Spectrum Sensor for more accurate white balance and a new manual mode.
LG G4 hands-on
The new LG G4 is closely related to the LG G Flex2 - to the extent we're not quite sure which one is the flagship. We see again a curved body design, though the curvature is much more subtle. The screen size is the same, but the G4 comes with a much higher resolution.
The camera on the G4 is better too, but then the Snapdragon 808 chipset is a step down. This leaves it a bit unclear as to which device is the flagship, though the LG G4 certainly has the more recognizable brand name thanks to the success of its predecessor.

LG G4 at a glance

  • Dimensions: 148.9 x 76.1 x 6.3 - 9.8 mm, 155g
  • Screen: 5.5" Quantum dot IPS screen with 1,440 x 2,560 resolution, 538ppi; Gorilla Glass 3
  • Chipset: Snapdragon 808, dual-core Cortex-A57 plus quad-core Cortex-A53, Adreno 418 GPU, 3GB RAM
  • OS: Android 5.1 Lollipop; Optimus UX 4.0
  • Camera: 16MP with OIS 2.0, f/1.8 aperture, 1/2.6 sensor size, laser autofocus; manual controls and RAW mode; 8MP front-facing camera, f/2.0
  • Video camera: 2160p recording
  • Battery: 3,000mAh
  • Storage: 32GB built-in; expandable via microSD card slot
  • Connectivity: Cat. 6 LTE (300Mbps down, 50Mbps up), Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC
  • Misc: Optional leather back, Knock code, optional wireless charging
The LG G4 will come with a plastic back cover with a "hammered pattern," but the eye-catching optional leather backs are LG's big design play. They are made of vegetable tanned genuine leather and feature decorative stitching uses G├╝tterman thread, a high-end product from Germany used in leather clothes and shoes.
The second focus was the display - LG kept the size and resolution the same as on the G3 - 5.5" QHD - but switched to a quantum dot LCD matrix, promising accurate colors with 98% coverage of the RGB spectrum.
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The new LG G4
The third pillar of the LG G4 is its camera. It has a new 16MP sensor and improved lens with wider aperture and 3-axis image stabilization instead of 2-axis like on the G3 (they even call it OIS 2.0). The selfie camera got an even bigger resolution bump to 8MP. The camera comes with a new interface with manual controls, a histogram and RAW mode.
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The LG G3 (left) vs. G4 (center) vs. G Pro 2 (right)
The one point where LG got defensive was the chipset. The company claims it worked with Qualcomm to customize the Snapdragon 808 specifically for the G4 and LG claims it's faster than the Exynos 7420. It didn't back that up with benchmarks though and we doubt any amount of customizations can make up for the two missing Cortex-A57 cores.
Source: GSMarena 

LG G4 hands-on: First look

 
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