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Saturday, January 31, 2009

Fix website 404 Page Not Found errors

As a blogger or webmaster or even as a internet user, sometimes you get irritated whenever your readers receive a 404 Page Not Found error on your website. This serious problem will definitely affects traffic hits and sometimes ads revenue. If you can't find any solutions to this matter, then try heading to Errorlytics, a website that helps you to fix websites that has the Page Not Found error by providing tools that transparently fix the problems quickly and with ease.

                 Errorlytics is an easy to use service that centralizes reporting and handling of 404 “Page Not Found” errors for your websites. Errorlytics gives you the tools to transparently fix the problems quickly and easily so they never happen again.

* Tracks your websites’ 404 Page Not Found errors.
* Transparently redirects users and clients away from 404 Not Found pages.
* Increases your websites’ SEO (and users’ happiness!) by eliminating 404 errors.

All we need to do is to insert a script into the website and whenever a 404 error occurs, it'll automatically tracks it and submit the information to Errorlytics service. It'll then redirects the user to the destination you've set under the "rules" section.
Its done after setting up free 404 management tool.

Errorlytics can be used on multiple platforms such as Wordpress and Drupal. It's developed by Accession Media and claims to have handled over 1 million errors.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Unwanted Messages On Twitter? Filttr Will Tell You What’s Worth Reading:

Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick. It has got a resource for information, useful links, breaking news and status messages from your friends or companies you’re interested in. But if you have a large network or if you’re following a lot of stream, it’s not easy to filter out what’s important or relevant to you from the heaps of short messages that you’re continuously being bombarded with.

Here comes to your rescue Filttr, a new project from a department of web hosting company Racked Hosting, that aims to enhance your Twitter experience with a client that automatically filters content from your followers using an algorithm dubbed FLAI (Filttr Artificial Intelligence) and offers a whole lot  of additional features which might also come in handy.

When you sign up for the service ( you need to enter your Twitter credentials so that’s up to you), Filttr will analyze any data it can find based on your account settings and history in order to determine what you’re most interested in. Once the analysis is done, you’ll be presented with a timeline on a web-based or Adobe AIR powered desktop application (there’s even full support for IM and a mobile site) that essentially filters content Filttr assumes you don’t want to read.

Even if just for the extra features, you should most definitely check out Filttr if you’re a regular Twitter user.

Smartphone(Android) May Become First Cool Alternative to iPhone [Android]:

T-Mobile USA and Google unveiled the first Google Android phone on Tuesday at an event in New York. The phone, previously code-named the HTC Dream, is now called the T-Mobile G1.

This is the Android-based, 3-inch Sharp touchscreen, General Mobile DSTL1. And it is everything the T-Mobile isn't: A stunning design and features combination that may convince regular consumers to choose the Android platform over iPhone.

 Technology
 Double SIM, Linux 2.6 Kernel

Platform
Marvell PXA 310 (624MHz)+NXP 5209

Bands
900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz

Screen
TFT/ WQVGA/ 260K Colors/ 3.0" Sharp Brand Touchscreen Display/ 240 x 400 pixels

Wi-fi
802.11 b/g

GPRS
Yes





EDGE
Yes


WAP
Yes, HTTP/WAP2.0 support

MMS
Yes

E-mail
Yes

Bluetooth
Yes / BT 2.0 + EDR, SPP, A2DP, AVRCP, OPP, HFP

FM Radio

Yes

TV
Java
Yes ( MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1 )

MP3/MPEG4
Yes/Yes

Face to Face videoconferencing
Yes

Weight

135grams

Dimensions
112 x 54 x 16 mm

Memory
4GB internal memory, 256MB flash + 128MB SDRAM ,"Up to 8GB T-flash Card Support"

Camera
5MP Auto Focus with Flash Sharp Brand Camera

Voice Recorder
Yes

Talk Time
240 minutes

Standby Time
150 hours

Battery
1200 mAh

Accessories
Extra Battery, USB Cable, Earphone, AC Charge Adaptor

Others:
Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF document view MP3/ WAV/ MIDI/ AMR support 3GP, MPEG4, AVI (DIVX),QVGA recording 30fps, decoding 30 fps JPG/GIF/BMP/PNG Business card reader support Anti theft support Video chat support

 YOU CAN'T GET BETTER THAN THIS

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Friday, January 23, 2009

World's Smallest Fuel Cell Could Power Your Gadgets [Fuel Cells]

Chemical engineers working at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed a hydrogen fuel cell that measures only 3 millimeters across. That could mean longer lasting, eco-friendly power for your gadgets.
This new cell utilizes only four components—a water reservoir and a chamber containing metal hydride separated by a thin membrane with an assembly of electrodes that conduct electricity underneath. Because of the small size of the cell, the team was able to eliminate the pump, pressure sensor, and controlling electronics that create such a power drain in typical fuel cells.
The first designs of the cell were capable of generating 0.7 volts and a current of 0.1 milliamps for 30 hours—but they claim that new versions can deliver 1 milliamp at a similar voltage

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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Motorola uncovers PEBL Rose Bloom Mobile Phone

Motorola by the name itself it reminds you with lot of wireless telephone handsets, also designing and selling wireless network infrastructure equipment such as cellular transmission base stations and signal amplifiers. Motorola's home and broadcast network products include set-top boxes, digital video recorders, and network equipment used to enable video broadcasting, computer telephony, and high-definition television and along with wide variety of MOBILE phones. Now here comes with a new product specially designed to appeal FEMALE.As VALENTINE DAY IS APPROACHING. If you are thinking for a perfect gift for your valentine then this news will surely be an exciting one for you. Its new cellphone called MOTOROLA PEBL Rose Bloom and this can be a perfect gift for your valentine.

It is a mid range handset with decent features. Its cute design is what makes it quite different and attractive and can become its main selling point.It has an egg shaped clamshell design with a rose drawing in the front-center of the phone so it will generally appeal to females. It does not have any high end features but it comes with a touch-sensitive panel outer lid, a 2MP camera, music player, 3.5mm earphone socket, Bluetooth. It is also 3G enabled and offers 7.2 Mbps HSDPA support and comes with a micro SD card slot.

It is almost like a 3G enabled music phone for the "ladies". The phone will be first available in ASIA(south KOREA). No details about the pricing, but it won’t be much expensive looking at the features. It can serve as a good present for your special one this valentine.

Saturday, January 17, 2009

iRiver Wave-Home For Next Generation

Take what looks like a stylish, but thicker than normal digital photo frame--and bless it with a 7-inch touch screen, built-in Webcam and speakers.The WAVE-HOME is a home-networking device that provides advanced multimedia, web and phone capabilities. As you can see from the photo, the WAVE-HOME has a base station and a handset with a conservative design .

It is a seven inch color LCD touch screen as already said , and is designed to stay connected to Broadband Internet. From here, the user can access all kinds of digital content including music, photos, movies, hand drawing, plus all sorts of Internet services.

The handset is designed for communication through VoIP calls, so the WAVE-HOME can be used like an old-fashioned land-line phone. The base station even has a 1.3 Megapixel CMOS camera for video conferencing, and is capable of taking still photos.

The WAVE-HOME also features an intelligent Widget, a feature that is becoming more common on most television sets. These widgets provide instant access to weather, stock, and traffic updates.

The iRiver WAVE-HOME should be available sometime in mid-2009 for a price of around $400.

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What would you do if you owned the entire web for one hour? - The Next Web Contest

It means the entire web is in your hand you can play around. You have administrator access to each and every service or the web.
For instance, you can edit Google.com, Yahoo.com or any website. You can edit, delete, and download any content or media on the web. You can change Ads on sites to link to your sites, log into anyone’s email, social networking accounts and hack ‘n crack.

It's like controlling  whole world ‘n whole world is in your hand.

Here is a contest to show off your innovative mind and imagination:

This contest is open for everyone Interested participants can submit their response via form.

This contest is not to find ways of how much revenue you can make if you own the entire web for one hour. But, its an open challenge for participants to think and project your own imagination about how would you change the web or what would you do specifically in a time limit of one hour if you own the entire web.

The responses will be evaluated by the team who are conducting it and the winner will be disclosed accordingly

The prize:

A VIP invitation for The Next Web Salon - an inspiring night with visionaries and people who change the world.

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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

ART: Google Earth Publishes Stunning 14 GIGApixel Photos of El Prado Masterpieces

 One of the best things of happened in Madrid is El Prado, which has some of the most amazing paintings ever. Now you can see them in Google Earth, at a stunning 14-billion-pixel resolution.

Although there's nothing comparable—in this case, this is the closest you can get to them from anywhere in the world. In fact, you can get closerer and closerer than in front of the real thing, unless you want some Prado staff  to hit you on the legs with a taser.

The amazing images are 14 gigapixels, 1,400 times the resolution of a 10 megapixel camera. As you can see in this video, Mad pixel doesn't use any special camera, but a machine-controlled digital camera and algorithms to compensate for deformation and stitch the final result. Zooming in to see the masters' technique and the detail in the painting is just mind blowing.Watch the amazing video


The Masterpieces

The Flash Drive Band keeps your files with you

There have been numerous attempts at making a wearable flash drive that the general public can use and appreciate. This new Flash Drive Band will appeal to the minimalist that doesn’t need the crystal covered flash drives. It’s just a simple black bracelet, that would work for both men and women. That is of course as long as they enjoy the overall look of the bracelet. However, it does have the usual setback that comes with most wearable USB drives, it’s lacking a bit in storage space.

It features a 512mb drive, which will work for smaller files. It just all depends on what you use it for. Likely if you’re looking into a wearable USB drive, you might just be using it for numerous smaller projects throughout the day. Small USB drives do have their perks, it’s just nice to have the option to store larger files or more items on the drive. However, the drive makes up for it by having a price that won’t break the bank. It’ll cost you $29.95 .

Friday, January 2, 2009

What Do Your Twitter Followers Think? Conduct a twtpoll And Find Out :)







One of the simplest ways to use Twitter is to conduct instant polls among your followers. But compiling all the replies is an ad-hoc and messy process. Enter twtpoll, a simple polling app that lets you ask multiple choice questions and provides a shortened URL that you can Tweet. All you do is enter your Twitter user name with no password, create the poll, and then hit the “Twitter “option and it creates a Tweet populated with the question and the link to the poll. (You can also ask via Facebook if you are signed in).