Showing posts from May, 2016

4 Unforgettable Experiences Of Every Newbie at Blogging - Experience Website Hosting

Blog ? Blogging ? Blogger ! Wordpress ? SEO ? Thousands of words like this starts to swim in your mind when you start to think of starting a blog and that too your first One ! ! !

Well , Yes that is a common thing and what is more common is that it happens to all of us , unless we belong to rich families with handsome amount of Dollars in our pocket for the Ads to promote the Blog .

 So allow me to share my experience ( * Audience : Allowed !*) since i was an immature blogger then ! (And Now too ) . I have got a lot of things to mention under this topic area and i am afraid that they might make the post bit longer , but how can i help my self , " Man ! ! I must share my thoughts to lower the burden on my mind and soul "

 Lets start with the basic and the very first step

 "Choosing Between Blogger And WordPress" Huh ! That was a not so easy thing . When i started blogging , i asked the people in my circle to tell which platform is better WP or Blogger . The resu…

Reasons To Dislike Instagram's New Logo And UI (Design ) -2016 - Review

Hate that New  Instagram icon. You can disagree , Dislike me , but you are still wrong. 

Instagram finally changed its app icon this week and, boy, did the Internet react. The iconic instant camera icon — with a glass lens, viewfinder, brown leather wrap and rainbow, alongside the word "Insta" in the corner is gone.

As I'm certain you have seen by currently, it's been replaced with a simplified glyph within the form of a camera printed in white and put on  top of a yellow-orange-red-pink-purple gradient.

It's definitely totally different. Instagram recently said that, during the inventive method of flattening the icon, it wanted to make it  certain the updated look was still recognizable. But my issue is it's too marginal and the gradient selection is simply too loud.

Though the recent icon was a remaining trace of skeuomorphic style (digital styles that check physical objects to create them a lot of relatable and familiar), there was something terribly calming r…

Google Lets The User Name The New Android OS - Android N - Overview I/O 2016

Yes ! Well that is a friendly attitude towards the users ....  Glad i got something to contribute in the new OS Version . I can now proudly say it to my Grand Children " Ho Ho Ho I named the Android OS "
 Enough with the jokes and all , but it is true . Users can now help google choose the new name for the Android OS as Google Android Head said it in I/O 2016

" Well it was a difficult thing to name the Android N , So we let Users Do It "
This sentence got   a huge applause from the audience , clearly heard at the live session .

You can go to this address and give a name of your choice , rest is on Google to pick the Best

Name Android N :  <-------- Go  Give A Name Now !

Android N is by far the best release of Android OS as said by the presenter . It has got a lot of new improvements  the overview of them is right there in the list below

1) Better Graphics for Apps and Stuff

2) "Vulkan" Modern 3D Game Developer- Helps the Game Develo…

Google Home : The Ultimate Speaker Google I/O 2016

For the past year and a half, the tech world has been getting away from Amazon's surprise announcement of the Echo. Now, Google is finally doing what everybody wished it to do: unharness a contender. It's called Google Home, associate degreed it's coming out later this year for an one value.

Mario Queiroz is the executive behind the project. His title, VP of product management, is the sort you hear plenty. But you recognize him higher because the man who has launched the sole truly successful living room product Google has ever launched: Chromecast.

You can consider Home as his next act. It's essentially what you'd expect if you were trying for Google to form associate degree Echo contender. It's a small speaker you plug into the wall with always-listening, far-field microphones that can hear you from across the area. It'll answer your queries, play your music, and control some of your home automation gadgets. To hear Queiroz tell it, the Home is better at…

How To Download And Install JDK (Java Development Kit) on Windows 10 - 2016

Becoming a developer huh ? But stuck  on the first step i.e To run the JDK properly on your computer . No worries pal ! You have to come to the right place and Nerd Cracker will help you take the first step .  Straight Outta Dev Studio !

Downloading Java Development Kit

1) Go to Google and write " jdk download " and click on the first result with the address
     or to stay away from this hustle CLICK HERE  and you will directly land on the desired page .

2) The page must look like the one below in the picture . On that page you will be provided with two      options you one called Net Beans and the other called Java . Click on the first option/box with            written "Java" on it. Follow the Picture if you did not get my words

3) After you will click on it . You will be taken to another page with a lot of options of Java to                 download  depending on the Operating Software . Since it is for Windows so in the First Box with       writing  &…

Samsung Planning To Release Galaxy S8, S8 Edge, Note 7, Note 7 Edge And Foldable Galaxy X In 2017

The Galaxy S7 series got released toward the finish of the primary quarter, while Samsung is power train up to unharness Galaxy Note six in August this year. Two variants of the Note six area unit being reported. One of the versions will apparently boast of a curved-edge screen, while the alternative shall accept a flat screen.

Apart from the Note series, the South Korean tech mammoth has no different high-end device lined up for 2016. Hence, the focus has now shifted to handsets earmarked for 2017.

A new report shared via Weibo says Samsung is introducing five high-end Galaxy smartphones next year — the Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Edge, Galaxy Note 7, Galaxy Note 7 Edge and a new series known as Samsung Galaxy X.

The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 7 series can reportedly have two.5K resolution on a Super AMOLED display, complete with RGB sub-pixel arrangement. The brand-new Samsung Galaxy X, on the other hand, is believed to be the “foldable smartphone.” This handset can apparently return w…