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How to Make a WiFi Hotspot on Windows 7



Here' a Tutorial for Windows 7 user who want to make WiFi Hotspot using your built in Wireless Network adapter. So you can share your internet like a wireless router.


1.Go to Control Panel - Network and Internet-Manage- Wireless Networks click " add "






2. Click create an ad hoc network.




3. Type your desired Access Name then password don't forget to click save and click next.


4. Go to Control Panel - Network and Internet-Manage- Network Connections
Select your Local Area Network which is Connected to Internet-  "right click" click properties -click the tab Share. check the box  allow. finish!!




Your network should be look like this...








TAKE NOTE: Your Adapter must support AP.

Supported: Ralink and Broadcom
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A Self Powered Vehicle

An inventor from the Philippines ( Ismael Aviso)has demonstrated a bare bones electric vehicle with an 11-kW 
DC motor running on just one 12-volt battery, which is kept charged via an antenna circuitry that draws electrostatic or radio wave energy from the surroundings. He's also developed a super-efficient repelling force that he wants to engineer into an engine. Filipino have invented the Video Karaoke and Water fueled Car known anonymous in the world.



Donate for Ismael Aviso


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First Autonomous Car by Google License by Nevada DMV


Google announced their self-driving car project in 2010 to make driving safer, more enjoyable, and more efficient. Having safely completed over 200,000 miles of computer-led driving, we wanted to share one of our favorite moments. Here's Steve, who joined us for a special drive on a carefully programmed route to experience being behind the wheel in a whole new way. We organized this test as a technical experiment, but we think it's also a promising look at what autonomous technology may one day deliver if rigorous technology and safety standards can be met.I don't  know how to drive this is perfect for me ..


The license was issued by Nevada’s Department of Motor Vehicles and comes less than a year after the state first allowed Google to start testing a fleet of self-driving Toyota Prius hybrids on its roads.  


The issuing of the license also comes just one week after Google announced it was seeking a partnership with a major automaker to accelerate the development of its autonomous car technology and eventually start mass production.


Google has been developing the technology for several years now, but the tipping point came when Nevada officials were offered a ride along across highways, in Carson City neighborhoods and along the Las Vegas strip, reports Reuters.


Currently, Nevada’s DMV is processing applications for the special license from a handful of other firms and eventually it plans to issue them to members of the public. Google has stated in the past that it’s not prepared to sell its technology until it’s proven to be safe and that an agreement can be made with insurance firms as to who is liable in the case of a crash.  


The license still requires at least two people in the car during all times that its autonomous mode is in use--one person, presumably with a license, to sit behind the wheel in case human intervention is required and a second to monitor for objects not in the vehicle’s direct path of travel.


The technology itself relies on a system of video cameras, radar sensors and lasers mounted all around the car, as well as a database of mapping information. In the future, it’s likely cars will communicate with each other as well as with roadside objects to help them detect and navigate around objects. 









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blognizend, Updated at: 11:51 PM

FACEBOOK USER CAN NOW EDIT POST AND COMMENT




Facebook allow user to edit their post well thats a "Great Idea"
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blognizend, Updated at: 10:51 PM

Atomix Virtual DJ Pro 7.0.5 Build 370.by.Darkside

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Solar Impulse "Solar Airplane"

Solar Impulse has demonstrated that a solar-powered airplane can fly day and night using no fuel. The nextchallenge is to fly around the world.
"Our aim is to prove that progress is possible 
using clean forms of energy."
Becoming a pioneer is all in the mind. Would you too like to break free of certainties and confront the unknown? 
 
 
 
Pilot: André Borschberg
Take-off time: 21/06/2012 06:05 AM UTC
Time of landing: 21/06/2012 11:25 PM UTC
Flight duration: 17h 20 min
Average speed: 64.82 km/h
Average altitude: 16’405’ feet
Distance: 683 km

To the beat of local traditional singers and dancers, the Solar Impulse HB-SIA, piloted by AndrĂ© Borschberg, was warmly welcomed in Ouarzazate International airport, at the doorstep of Morocco’s desert, tonight Thursday 21 July, at 23:25 (UTC).
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blognizend, Updated at: 10:35 PM

APEC 2012 Micromouse contest in Florida USA

All the action from the APEC 2012 Micromouse contest in Florida USA



 

Micromouse

Objective:
For my second year university assignment we paired into groups of two and had the duration of the educational year to design, build and program a Micromouse robot to attempt to solve a maze. We had to develop and design both hardware and software. Our aim would be to develop our designs to the best working prototype within the time given.
The Micromouse should be able to navigate to the centre of a maze whilst mapping its movements, it should then attempt to explore the rest of the maze and once the maze has been mapped it will then return to the start and perform a speed run which will take the quickest route it found during the mapping process.
More information about the Micromouse competition can be found here.

Create a Micro Mouse?
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blognizend, Updated at: 10:32 PM

How to Submit a Sitemap on Google


SUBMIT A SITEMAP

Go  to Webmaster tool  <----click it

Find Optimization click Site  maps





Click Add Sitemap
Now use this:

For Blogs with posts less than 500

    atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500

             If your post count is more than 500 but less than 1000 then submit the following two sitemaps instead:

For Blogs with posts less than 1000

    atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500

    atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=501&max-results=500

    

For Blogs with posts less than 1500

Similarly if your post count is greater than 1000 but less than 1500 then you will submit the following sitemaps and so on...

    atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1&max-results=500

    atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=501&max-results=500

    atom.xml?redirect=false&start-index=1001&max-results=500




You have now successfully generated or created the sitemaps. Lets know submit them to Google.



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blognizend, Updated at: 7:34 PM

Infolinks Upgrade their Payment System

This morning I recieve a mail from Infolinks, they upgrade their Payments method they is a real Good news for a blogger like me that don't have a active PayPal Account.


Good news! We have upgraded some payment features to make your user experience even better. Be sure to read carefully so you don't miss any of these new upgrades.

Welcome eCheck & Western Union

Now you can get paid via Western Union and eCheck. Western Union delivers your payment to one of its many locations worldwide, and eCheck functions similarly to Bank Wire. Follow the directions here to choose one of these payment options.

Easy Electronic Tax Forms

Many of our valued publishers forget a very important step before receiving Infolinks payment – you must submit your US Tax forms! Now you can conveniently submit your tax form electronically online in your Infolinks account. This will ensure that you receive your Infolinks payment on time, once you’ve reached the minimum payment threshold.

Payment Fees and Thresholds

Stay informed about Infolinks Payment Policies. Depending on the payment method you choose, there may be fees when receiving your Infolinks payment.
Bank Wire Transfers - $25 plus 2% to receive your payment via your local currency
PayPal - US Residents $1, everyone else 2% up to $10
eCheck - $6 plus 2% for currency conversion
Western Union - $15 minimum
ACH and Payoneer - No fees
The minimum payment threshold is still $50, unless you choose Bank Wire Transfer or Western Union, then the minimum is $100. Check out our blog to learn more.
Also, you are now able to set your own personal payment threshold in order to notpay the above mentioned fees as often. Learn more here.
Follow us on FacebookTwitter and Pinterest to stay in the loop!
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blognizend, Updated at: 6:59 PM

BOOTABLE FLASH DRIVE

BOOTABLE FLASH DRIVE

Last Saturday in Angeles City going back home in Sto.Tomas, I went to Jenra Mall and Nepo Mall canvasing for External DVD ROM. I want to buy External DVD Rom cause of my other client have Netbooks, as we know Netbook don't have a DVD rom to install Operating System (Reformat). I went to CD Rking the price are 1,580php to 1,880php, Haha my pocket money is exact 1500. So I look around and I saw a KINGSTON Flash drive 8Gig, DT101 G2 for only 300php ONLY!! so i give a try i buy it and make sure is original I check the Logo :p dam it its a original. I have a old post how to make a bootable flash drive.
  • You need an ISO image disk (If don't have create a image file on Nero convert it into ISO using Magic ISO.)
  • NFTS File format (reformat your disk NFTS on windows seven you can done it)
  • Choose your Sofware click here  ( I choose Microsoft DVD)
  • Wait for 30 minutes copying depending on your RAM.
  • Safety Remove your Flash Drive to avoid disk damage.
 Here's my Kingston Performing a Reformat installing Windows 7.




Advantage of Flash drive Fast file transfer then a regular DVD or CD disk installation.
Disadvantage Flash drive might damage if not remove properly.
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blognizend, Updated at: 6:22 PM

Ultraslim Ultrabook Laptops Get Cheaper

Ultraslim Ultrabook Laptops Get Cheaper

It’s happening. Super-slim Ultrabook prices are edging closer to the average range of standard laptop prices.
For instance, Lenovo IdeaPad U-series Ultrabooks officially announced on Wednesday start at $749, and other Ultrabooks announced by Asus, Sony, and Toshiba are also more moderately priced, starting at just $600--with some tradeoffs, of course.
So far, price has been the major barrier for Ultrabooks, the new class of laptops designed to balance portability, power, and price. Most of the first wave of Ultrabooks had a $900-to-$1,000 (or even higher) starting price, so compared to many laptops selling for around $500, these ultrathin laptops haven’t been widely received as great bargains.
This is changing with more newly announced Ultrabooks ranging from $599 to $799. The average price of laptops in March 2012 was $725, if you include Apple notebooks, but $508 for just Windows PCs. So these new Ultrabooks are actually very close to the average prices as documented by NPD and Laptop. Here’s what you’ll get for these cheaper Ultrabook prices:

Lenovo IdeaPad Ultrabooks Shave About Half the Price

Lenovo IdeaPad U410 UltrabookLenovo IdeaPad U410 UltrabookThe recently announced Lenovo IdeaPad U310 and U410 Ultrabooks start at $749 and $799 respectively. For those prices, you get the latest Intel “Ivy Bridge” Core processors, long battery life, and a thin and lightweight aluminum chassis. The 13-inch U310 boasts a 7 hour battery life, 0.7 inch thickness, and weight of 3.47 pounds. Meanwhile the 14-inch U410 may last up to 9 hours on one charge, is 0.83 inches thick and weighs 4.18 pounds.
They’re not the lightest, thinnest, or most beefed up Ultrabooks we’ve ever seen, but the new U-Series are stylish and more affordable than most others we’ve seen recently, including Lenovo’s original IdeaPad Ultrabook, the U300s, which started at the incredible price of over $1500. The lower U-Series prices are due in large part to the use of a traditional hard disk drive (500GB) instead of a more expensive solid state drive. (A faster 32GB SSD is also available in the new Ultrabooks to speed up boot times).

Toshiba and Sony Ultrabooks Start in the Mid-$700s

Sony VAIO T13Sony VAIO T13Lenovo isn’t the only one breaking the $800 price barrier. Sony’s VAIO T Ultrabooks start at $769.99 for the 13.3-inch model available now, and Toshiba has announced a 14-inch Satellite U840 Ultrabook starting at $749.
While these two laptops meet the lightweight and thinness requirements of the Ultrabook brand (under 0.8 inches thick and weight under 4 pounds), like the IdeaPad U-Series, these Ultrabooks get to the lower price point by using hybrid storage (a small SSD for the operating system and larger traditional hard drive for everything else).
Toshiba Satellite U840Toshiba Satellite U840Otherwise, both Ultrabooks sport aluminum casing and an array of full ports including USB 3.0 and HDMI. The Satellite U830 adds a backlit keyboard and HD display, while Sony points out the VAIO T’s 7.5-hour battery life.

Asus Ultrabooks for Under $600

Prices on other Ultrabooks are finally fulfilling tech prophesies and dipping to $599 and below--perhaps low enough to give mainstream laptops a run for their money.
Ultrabook News reports than an Asus S46 14-inch Ultrabook will start at $599 while a 15-inch S56 will be priced at $799. The Asus S56, though weighing in at a less portable 5.07 pounds, will have a few high-end options including: Intel Ivy Bridge Core i5 or i7 processors, an NVidia GeForce GT630M graphics card, and hard drive options of 256GB SSD or 1TB HDD.
Here’s an informal hands-on with the S56, courtesy of ndeviltv.
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With Ultrabook starting prices dropping, these laptops may finally find their place among the masses. There will still be more expensive Ultrabooks with more innovative or high-end features to choose from, but it's nice that there are options for more affordable Ultrabooks now too.
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DNS Malware Detection

Bitdefender DNS Changer Detector

 In November 2011, the Federal Bureau of Investigations took over a series of DNS servers that had been used by cyber-criminals to redirect users’ traffic to potentially risky locations they control. However, as disruption of the DNS system has a huge impact on the way PCs communicate over the Internet, the Bureau substituted the rogue DNS servers with valid ones to keep resolving internet names.


This tool detects and repairs rogue DNS settings that have been altered by DNS Changing malware. For more details about this tool, as well as about the DNS Changer family of malware, please visit the dedicated article on the Hot for Security blog.


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blognizend, Updated at: 7:14 PM

How to transfer all blog post and comment to a New Blog!

If you want to transfer all your blog post and comment to your new create blog
Go to Setting/Basic/Blog tools

 Select if you want to download all comment and post click Export


 Now Go to your newly made blog and import.
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DNS Malware

 A new Virus that disable a user to connect to internet.

for example go to this link:
http://www.dns-ok.us/

If you see GREEN it means your not infected
Source: http://www.dcwg.org/
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blognizend, Updated at: 7:08 AM

Sing-bilis mo ba tumakbo si Coach Rio? Punta na sa Fort and #BeatCoachRio to find out! Watch this to know more:

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RSS Graffiti 2.0 Feed on Social Network


Share What You Want
  • Blog Posts
  • Twitter Updates
  • YouTube Videos
  • Any RSS/Atom Feed


Feed Your Audience
  • Publish to Fan, Profile, Group Pages
  • Engage your Friends and Fans
  • Automate Posting




Try it !! :) I'm Using it for 3 months it auto post on my Facebook  wall , Page and Twitter








Visit


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Built in WebCam Problem Solve


I have a problem on built webcam after upgrading the old Windows to Windows7. The Webcam is "Not Detected Hardware" or Uninstalled. As we know Windows 7 has all drivers and it can auto update any driver available.

Most Laptop with this trouble are:

  • Asus
  • Acer
  • Samsung
  • Neo
As you see no Webcam is detected except for "Base System Device " (system device PCI or Card reader)
Device Manager....





On Device and Printers..

Like a built in WiFi device , built in WebCam need a hardware enabling device. The default  key is Fn + F10 ,after pressing  these key you will notice your webcam "Lights On" or Try any Fn+ combo key F1 to F12 


NOTE: Look for Product Manual on How to Enable WebCam . Now its working vice Manager and Device and Printers.





 Testing the WebCam you can download Vimicro USB Camera . Its allow you to take capture photo and videos.




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blognizend, Updated at: 3:21 AM

How does getting rewarded through sharing sounds like to you? Join #phchurpchurp today and bring more friends to the community!blognizend

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CD-R KING CW-8196 Wifi Setup for GLOBE WIMAX

 CC Series P880.00php Only

1.Plug your router access 192.168.10.1 on web browser log in as admin:admin


2.Click Setup

3. Click your Wifi and config all the circles.
SSID = WiFi Name
Security = its up to you.. (for me I choose TKIP )
PassPhrase = Your WiFi Password
 4. For Connected but No " Internet Access".Try this.. COPY all the config

For some reason WiFi client are connected but no internet  access I manually put GOOGLE DNS  works fine for BM622i WIMAX.


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