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Friday, June 22, 2012

Facebook Now Lets Users To Edit Comments

Facebook one of the most trending social networking site, now come up with new feature which lets users to edit their comments. Sometimes we accidentally do mistakes while commenting  on friends wall, so until now if we want to correct the error we simply delete the comment and start again. But now onwards Facebook site is offering an feature to edit your comment. You can find this edit option in the from of a pencil icon which is on the right side of your comment. By clicking on the pencil icon a drop down menu will bring an option to edit your comment. 

This editing feature went live on Thursday(21st  June 2012) evening, and will be rolling out to all users over.
Check the comment editing feature reached you or not ? Let us know in the comments....
Happy commenting..... Happy editing..... :)

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

10 Most Viral and Funniest YouTube Challenges that any user faces on the Web

One of the best methods of successful online marketing is known as viral marketing. As the name suggests, the marketing campaign generates a virus like effect, reaching out to the greatest number of people possible. Within a matter of seconds, thousands of people are aware of you promotion.  There are several forms of viral marketing.

For example, everyone has heard of viral emails. A flood of emails is send to random contacts which have specifics about a product or service. That was one great way of business promotion. However, now is the time of viral video marketing. The leading platform for this form of product promotion is everyone’s favorite, YouTube. 

Literally everyone who has ever used the internet knows about YouTube. It is virtually an unrestricted video portal where anyone can upload whatever they like. It can be videos made privately using a web camera, or professional works and even movies. However, with time, YouTube has extended its scope to marketing as well. 

It is no longer just a video streaming site. People can advertise their business or even other websites on YouTube for free. All they need to do is to make an account. With over millions of visitors every day, this is perhaps the greatest method of online business promotions. Think about it. You create a video, and uploaded for free on a website that is visited by millions of people from around the world! The language barrier can also be overcome. 

Moreover, YouTube can even be accessed on your mobile phone. You just have to check on mobile broad band connectivity.  Smart phones have video streaming features, provided there is good internet connectivity available.  You can call your local service provider to check on mobile broad band connectivity to help you enjoy viral videos on your phone! 

These factors will definitely result in increased sales for your business. Additionally, viral marketing on YouTube also takes care of search engine optimization, since the site is a preferred favorite on popular search engines like Yahoo and Google.  Some people have really made a name for themselves by using the very same method of viral marketing.

In this article, we will mention some of the funniest videos that went viral on YouTube. Learn some tips for flooding the internet with your own creativity! A not fixed criterion was followed when this list was compiled. The number of hits per video is obviously the major factor here, but the content, and its popularity also plays a key role in the selection of a particular video. 

Another major factor is the continuity of the fame of a particular video, i.e. for how the long video remained popular among fans. Without further ado, here is another list of some of the funniest viral videos on the internet. In the end, you will see the list if the 10 most viral and funniest challenges on YouTube.

Some of the Most Viral and Funny Videos on YouTube

  •       Taiwanese Singer Does a Whitney Number
Talent videos are some of the most popular videos on YouTube. Most of them include videos related to music and dance. In this video, Lin Yu Chun from Taiwan does the cover of Whitney Houston’s “I will always love you”, generating 3.5 million views in just three days! This is one great idea for viral videos, find kids with talent!

  •          An Old Couple Learns to Use the Webcam
One of the most hilarious videos on YouTube, “Webcam 101 for Seniors” got 9.2 millions views last year! Watch how the old couple does some of the most humorous things as they give their first shot on the webcam! You will be forced to watch it again and again.

  •          Achmed the Dead Terrorist
Offensive? Yes. Controversial? Most assuredly. Yet this standup comedy is the 7th most viewed video on YouTube as of 2011! With over 100 million views, this video shows stand-up comedian and master ventriloquist Jeff Dunham “chatting” with a skeleton puppet named Achmed. Watch and enjoy!

  •      The Evolution of Dance
Another stand-up classic, Judson Laipply humorous interpretation on the evolution of dance is another video that went viral, with more 168 millions views!

 About the author:
The above article is composed and edited by Shannen Doherty. She likes to writes articles related to: YouTube, Smartphone, Internet Technology because YouTube is now become very popular. YouTube can even be accessed on your mobile phone just only you just have to check on mobile broadband connectivity. She also writes articles related to broadband deals, technology, mobile applications, etc.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Top Four Ultrabooks

If you're looking for a svelte and sleek laptop that offers an ultra-thin form factor and light weight, then you should look no further than the latest ultrabooks. Many of the latest offerings are following in the footsteps of the MacBook Air in how thin and light they can get their machines. However, these ultrabooks still pack a performance punch. Some of these ultrabooks may even be available with discounts from a Newegg coupon code.

Asus Zenbook UX31A

For $1,499.00, the ASUS Zenbook Prime UX31A offers sleek looks and an excellent 1920x1080 1080p IPS screen that gives the MacBook Air a run for its money. The UX31A also offers an adjustable backlit keyboard, giving users the ability to type in confidence in dark places. Within the chassis is a powerful 1.9-GHz Intel Core i7-3517U processor with integrated Intel HD graphics, 4GB of RAM and a 250GB SSD. The UX31A also offers the impressive Bang & Olufsen ICEPower speaker setup.

  •   High-quality display with bright and sharp colors
  •   Fast Core i7 processor
  •   Excellent Bang & Olufsen speakers
  •   No full-size HDMI or VGA port
  •   Erratic trackpad

HP Folio 13

At $899.00, the HP Folio 13 resides at the lower end of the price spectrum and yet it offers plenty to potential buyers. The 3.2-pound ultrabook comes in a subdued matte silver finish with a brushed aluminum lid. Underneath lies a 1.6-GHz Core i5-2467M processor with Intel HD graphics, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. The Folio also comes with a few thoughtful touches, including a soft-touch bottom and fingerprint-resistant surfaces.

  •   Excellent value
  •   Excellent battery life
  •   Sturdy design with backlit keyboard
  •  Screen not as bright as other ultrabooks
  •  Heavier than most ultrabooks in its class

Dell XPS 13

Reasonably priced at $999.00, the Dell XPS 13 offers an attractive design and plenty of innovative features. For starters, the bottom of the laptop is made of carbon fiber instead of the usual aluminum. That helps keep the ultrabook relatively cool while saving weight. It also features edge-to-edge Gorilla Glass, giving it a measure of strength and sophistication. The XPS comes with Intel's 1.6-GHz Core i5-2467M processor along with a 128GB SSD, 4GB of RAM and integrated Intel HD graphics.

  •  Edge-to-edge Gorilla Glass provides durability
  •  Attractive overall design
  •  Comfortable keyboard
  •  1366x768 resolution lower than most ultrabooks
  •  Lacks a SD card slot
  •  Battery life is lower-than-average

Toshiba Portege Z835

Toshiba's latest entry in the ultrabook market is one of the sleekest and lightest of them all. It is also one of the lowest priced ultrabooks at just $829.00. The Toshiba Portege Z835 weighs in at just 2.4 pounds, which makes it lighter than its nearest competitors. It also features a robust magnesium alloy chassis. The Portege's keyboard is also backlit and spill-resistant, making it very convenient to use in a variety of situations. The trackpad is accurate, but the keyboard keys are a bit stiff. Underneath is 1.4-GHz Intel Core i3-2367M processor with integrated Intel HD graphics, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD.

  •  Exceptionally long battery life
  •  Extremely light weight
  •  Accurate touchpad
  •  Backlit keyboard
  •  SSD offers slower-than-normal write speeds
  •  Display is not as good as other ultrabooks
  •  Stiff keyboard keys
About Author:
Mike Richards is an expert when it comes to laptops, netbooks and other types of computers. A graphic designer by trade, Richards is constantly ahead of the curve when it comes to new trends in computer hardware.

Cloud Computing, a buzz word? By Paul Hughes

It seems that on a daily basis now we are being asked about “the cloud” and cloud based services, as the technology Manager for UKHost4u this is something which is getting more technically challenging to answer.

If you look for a description of the term online the rough explanation is: Cloud Computing refers to the delivery of computing and storage capacity as a service to a community of end-recipients. The problem with this description for me is that it basically means that anything you store online and allow more than one person to access is within a cloud (So virtually everything already on the internet). For this reason I start to ask myself is the term more of a new buzz word than any actual new technological meaning.

I think we now need to look at this from a different angle, the actual software technology being sold to service providers. Being that we have hundreds of new technology providers contact us on a monthly basis we get a very good idea about what is new and market leading. Within the cloud hosting we have seen deployments from Microsoft, Amazon, Parallels, OnApp and well the list goes on.

We have recently had time to internally deploy and test the technologies provided by Microsoft using Hyper-V and System Center 2012 and a newer and most likely less well known company called: OnApp. The reason I have selected both of these technologies is because one covers the Windows server technologies and the other Linux (Though technically both can work with most operating systems, Windows or Linux).

 The testing solution we built for both platforms had the same hardware setup with three server’s using the latest Dual Xeon processors and over 64GB of memory in each system. For the storage we used an EMC network SAN with 8GB Fiber Channel interconnects to each server. What we found was that both software technologies installed and configured without issue on our development solutions and did allow us to play with what they referred to as cloud hosting.

The main problem was that these solutions didn’t do anything much more than what you could do with an open source Virtual technology. Yes they allowed for load balancing, high availability and centralized storage but this personally is no more than a High Availability Virtual Server which is possible with nearly all the Virtual Server Technologies and for me does not make it a cloud.

So what do I expect to see within a true cloud, simple total resilience? Ok, I’m aware nothing is ever 100% resilient but within a cloud I would at least expect: It to be able to scale virtual environments over more than one physical node at the same time. Its correct that it can move between nodes but what I want to see is a process lets say on one Hyper-V container being able to pick a CPU from any of the nodes within the cloud or use more than one servers physical CPU allocation at the same time and within the same section it should allow memory allocations as large as the physical cloud and not be limited by the size of the server in which the virtual environment is placed.

Another feature which is very important is being able to scale it over 2 or more diverse locations which is certainly possible but due to most solutions taking advantage of SAN storage and IPv4 its currently outside of the scope of most providers as they need to have a very advanced network designed specifically for this.

As an example Facebook have a vast array of servers and networks but the majority of them cater for geographical locations and the server farm sits within the same data center or building so multiple locations for redundancy still do not exist. A natural disaster or failure in the data center will take down the operations of that particular country which happened fairly recently with this provider. Cloud in this situation did not exist though it did technically meet the definition and requirements to be one.

To summarize I have found during my research the cloud is a way more to define how we use the internet on a day to day basis, it allows for sharing more of our personal information online be it via social media or another technology. It’s taking us away from the need to be in front of the same computer and giving us the ability to access content from any location worldwide with internet access. What it does not do though and which a lot of people seem to think it does is provides a more secure, stable and fault-tolerant platform as the software and hardware has some time to go before this will take place and technology can always fail!
About Author
Paul Hughes – Technology Expert and Web Hosting Community Member - founder of UKHost4u and chef product developer.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Welcome Driverless Cars

The SEO Berkshire team within digital agency Cayenne Red is interested in all things technical of course, so we were fascinated to learn that soon our roads will be packed with driverless Google cars. But is this a gimmick, or a meaningful step forward towards something that will help mankind?

The SEO Berkshire team within digital agency Cayenne Red is interested in all things technical of course, so we were fascinated to learn that soon our roads will be packed with driverless Google cars. But is this a gimmick, or a meaningful step forward towards something that will help mankind?

You can’t quite imagine Messrs Clarkson, Hammond and May getting that excited by the Google driverless cars. These are not the rocket propelled supercars that so many people like to drool over. Instead, they are quite plain cars with computers taking over the controls.

They’ve been tested in the US and also in Spain, and have shown to be reliable and safe. However, the cars were strictly controlled and in the case of Spain mimicked the use of a ‘lead’ human driver at the front of a convoy.

But, in terms of how quickly technology advances in a matter of months, it’s likely that driverless cars will quickly be a reality on the streets.

And we should welcome this advancement with open arms. Okay, yes, driving can be fun and yes, there’s nothing like running through the gears in a swift car on the open road. But, the sad truth is, modern day driving is all about negotiating hugely busy roads when the chance of breaking the speed limit would be a rare thing indeed.

Also, driving is ever more demanding, with local authorities seeing road furniture (signs, sleeping policemen) as a chance to keep the driver’s eyes anywhere but the car in front. Drive down an average City road these days and you are confronted with so many visual instructions that you’ll soon need a computer to figure them out.

Now, driverless cars are super clever. They don’t get over-stimulated by signs, don’t start flashing the finger to bike riders and certainly don’t wish to separate a traffic warden’s head from his shoulders.

Nor do they get fatigued, which is a major problem with today’s roads. They don’t have to stop every two hours on the motorway to get refueled with a KFC and super Cola.

So, we should embrace these wonders of technology. The only issue is what happens when there is an accident? Will it be a similar situation we have with bank ATMs, a presumed sense of innocence?

Anyone who’s been short-changed by an ATM will know how difficult it is to prove the injustice of not getting the right number of notes. It’s like hitting your head against a brick wall.

So when the driver-less, highly intelligent car decides to throw a wobbly and smash into you – try proving to the judge that simple you, who doesn’t have a computer processor for a brain, was not at fault!

Move over Top Gear.

Attribute to: Biljana Dimovska, Cayenne Red.
Biljana Dimovska is a member of the digital marketing team at SEO Windsor agency Cayenne Red. She is a regular contributor to the media on how companies market themselves in the digital age.

Saturday, June 2, 2012

How to send Image/Picture in Facebook chat & How to write different font in Facebook chat

If you want to impress your Facebook friends while chatting here is a simple trick. While chatting with your friends on Facebook you can send any image in chat window in the same way you can write different font style on Facebook chat.
Lets see how it would be:

To send any image/picture in Facebook chat:

  • Go to this site Chat Codes Maker
  • Upload your image using browse button enter the captcha and hit upload now button

  • Copy the generated code 
  • Now paste the code on Facebook chat window
That's it.

To write in different font style in Facebook chat:

  • Copy/paste the code in Facebook chat window.
That' it.