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Friday, 16 February 2018

Viral and What’s Trending ?

If you going to start viral website, so how you know what's trending, before you even start a website or buying domain...

So, what's trending so you could pick a niche to start on...

that's a good question, but dose the trending still trending or niche going to be changed.

Like now days with Bitcoin, BTC was going up and high which is make it viral topic everyone is talking about ... but not going to be trending for much as it going to be down ...

that's the point.... for other topics ...

Here is some of websites showing what's trending :

Google Trends
Buzzfeed Trending
Product Hunt
Twitter Trends Box ( Hash Tags )
Aherfs Content Explorer ( NOT FREE - PAID $$$ )
Trend watching ( Paid as well $$$ )
Feedly sort by popularity
YouTube Trending ( Trending Videos )

Here is some reddit trending websites :

Snoopsnoo subreddits

Monday, 12 February 2018

Fake Crytpo-Currency, Ransomware & Malware in One Attack

New “Get Rich Quick” Scheme Leads to Ransomware

A new scam is luring people into downloading ransomware.  The scheme is targeting crypto-wallet users, and could also be spreading through phishing attacks.  The scam is encouraging users to download a new form of crypto-currency that is bound to make them buku bucks.  The fake crypto-currency, SpriteCoin, is just that — fake.  When users click on what they think is the digital currency, they’re actually installing ransomware that begins encrypting their files.

Post encryption, users are told to pay .3 Monero.  Monero is a legitimate digital currency, which is expected to be used more frequently moving forward.  At the time of this ransom note, the ransom demands were approximate $120 USD.  So not only do you not get SpriteCoin, which was certain to get you rich, you instead find yourself infected and losing money.  But it gets worse…

PC Matic never encourages users to pay the ransom demands.  It only encourages the cyber criminals to continue with ransomware infections if their successful with getting users to pay.  It also puts a target on the user’s back for future infections.  But beyond that, paying this particular ransom demand leads to additional issues.  It may indeed get the files unlocked, but according to ZDNet, additional malware is then installed on the device.  This malware includes the capability to enable the webcam, analyze images, and certificate harvesting.  Reason enough not to pay the ransom?  We hope so too.

Stay safe, and watch out for quick “get rich quick” schemes like this.  If it’s too good to be true, it likely is.

Saturday, 3 February 2018

Apple Starts Selling Refurbished iPhone 7 and 7 Plus at Discounted Price

Apple Starts Selling Refurbished iPhone 7 and 7 Plus at Discounted Price
As we have already told you that Apple has sold less phones in first quarter as compared to last year. There is year over year decrease in iPhone sale but surprisingly there is an increase in revenue. To increase the sale of iPhoneApple has taken one more productive step. Now Apple Starts Selling Refurbished iPhone 7 and 7 Plus at Discounted Price.

Apple Starts Selling Refurbished iPhone 7 and 7 Plus at Discounted Price

Apple sells the refurbished 7 with 32 GB storage for $499 which is $50 less than the new model. Whereas, Apple sells the refurbished 7 Plus with 128 GB storage for $689, or $70lower than the $769 for a new unit. All refurbished units come unlocked.
So, it is now up to you whether to buy refurbished or new phone. However,  Here is the brief comparison of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus new and refurbished smartphones.
Price/ModelNew Apple iPhone 7Refurbished Apple iPhone 7New Apple iPhone 7 PlusRefurbished Apple iPhone 7 Plus
32 GB$549$499$669$599
128 GB$649$589$796$689
256 GB$782$679

Google Signs Deal with Unified Stylus Initiative, Trying to Increase Pen Adoption

Google Signs Deal with Unified Stylus Initiative
As we all know that Google always remain busy in introducing new initiatives. Now Google Signs Deal with Unified Stylus Initiative, Trying to Increase Pen Adoption. The main purpose of this partnership is develop a unified stylus standard. So now soon you will be able to use one pen on all of your devices.

Google Signs Deal with Unified Stylus Initiative, Trying to Increase Pen Adoption

Universal Stylus Initiative was founded in 2015. Its goal is to make a single standard for all stylus manufacturers. Not only Google, many other companies like LenovoHuawei and Intel have also become partner with it.
The company has finalized the specifications of USI 1.0 Stylus and Device back in September 2016. It allows various pens from a variety of companies to work on multiple devices. Styli works via a two-way communication protocol, that shares data like pressure levels, button presses and eraser operation.
Starting with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Google proposed a standard data format for stylus connections via Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy and USB. The standard also supports 9 axis inertial measurement and 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity. Nowadays, styli are mostly used in tablets and touch-capable laptops.
Soon we will see it in more Google devices.

Sony Flagship Xperia Phones will Receive Software Upgrades Two Years After Launch

Sony Flagship Xperia Phones will Receive Software Upgrades Two Years After Launch
Good news for Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact owners, Sony Flagship Xperia Phones will Receive Software Upgrades Two Years After Launch. The first smartphone that received Android 8.0 Oreo updates was not of Google but Sony. In 2017, Sony received Android 8.0 in form of Xperia XZ1 and Xperia XZ1 Compact. Now there are rumors that Sony Flagship Xperia Phones will Receive Software Upgrades Two Years After Launch.
These Sony Xperia update policies are found in Xperia Blog. If that true, Sony Xperia XZ1 and Xperia XZ1 Compact will get updated to Android p and Q.

Sony Flagship Xperia Phones will Receive Software Upgrades Two Years After Launch

However it seems that mid-range phones will not receive same software update treatment. Sony has also revealed may be these updates do not come for the devices mentioned if they don’t meet the company’s exacting standards. The company will also cancel the update if the phones will not produce stable user experience after updates.
The new policy also states that flagship Xperia phones will get security updates outside the normal Android OS update cycle that depends on timing and situation.
Sony Mobile has launched three new smartphones at CES 2018 this month. Now rumors are claiming that company is planning to launch a high-end smartphone next month at Mobile World Congress. According to some rumors, Sony Xperia XZ Pro to Launch in February with 4K OLED Display.

SnapChat Announces Bitmoji Deluxe, brings 100,000 Combinations

In the new update of Snapchat, you will see the more Bitmoji to make your Avatar more attractive. SnapChat Announces Bitmoji Deluxe, brings 100,000 Combinations. The new update brings 40 skin tones, 50 hair colors, and 50 hair options, giving you a total of 100,000 combination possibilities.

SnapChat Announces Bitmoji Deluxe, brings 100,000 Combinations

The update also makes Bitmoji more flexible on the backend so Snapchat can add new variation options more frequently. No doubt, this update will make Bitmoji more attractive. To update your Bitmoji, simply go to Settings in the Bitmoji app. Then choose “Change Avatar Style” to get started.
Earlier some reports were claiming that Snapchat is Reportedly Bringing Stories to Web with new ‘Stories Everywhere’ Feature. Stories Everywhere would allow users to share Stories in other applications and especially on the web. However, the feature is still in its early stages. Moreover, former News Corp senior vice president and global head of video Rahul Chopra is the head the project.