More About Android Smartphones

The cat is out of the bag. Lifestyle gadget enthusiasts are whispering to one another the prospects of Google Android – a new OS that looks to be a strong contender against Apple’s iPhone. For years, Apple has had very little competition. The iPhone appeared to have dominated the mobile community, and to date, it’s still the most popular mobile gadget around.

One of the main reasons why the iPhone is so popular is because Apple allows third party developers to develop applications for the iPhone. The applications are then distributed through Apple’s website. This is a highly strategic business move adopted by Apple, and one that has proven to work very well.

This concept is not new. Other non mobile platforms have adopted a similar concept, and have achieved great success as well. For example, both MySpace and Facebook, 2 immensely popular social community sites, have launched their own developer platform. Like the iPhone, developers can develop third party applications on these platforms.

The trend is rather obvious – user generated application based on an open concept is in. The iPhone’s success didn’t go unnoticed. Google is a strong player looking to compete in this sphere.

Recently, lots of buzz has been generated on Google Android – a brand new mobile OS. The key difference between Google Android and the iPhone OS is that the Android is an open OS. That means the OS can be used on any phone, not just the iPhone. By limiting the OS to the iPhone, Apple had isolated the rest of the phone manufacturers.

For years now, Apple had the upper hand. They can charge whatever price they wish to charge, and fans will still pay because they can’t get a similar system anywhere else. Google Android is looking to change all that. By leveling the playing field, consumers now have more choices. For sure, the prices for mobile gadgets (i.e. smartphones), will plummet once the Android gets adopted by other smartphone manufacturers. Already, major brand names like HTC, Motorola, Samsung, LG and Sony Ericsson are working closely with the Open Handset Alliance (the company now running Google Android) to realize this goal.

Being such a new technology, and with limited developers, enthusiasts will have to bear with a great number of useless mobile apps that will be released in the first few years. This is a common trend because developers are mostly experimenting with the system to see what works and what doesn’t.

As the OS matures, and more and more developers jump on the band wagon to release applications, there will be more and more useful applications. Consumers may then enjoy the full benefits of having an open mobile OS.

T-Mobile’s G1, based on Google Android, is already enjoying a fair amount of success. For sure, a G2 looks set to be launched in the near future. Lenovo is also looking for a piece of the pie with its very own Lenovo oPhone. Mobile enthusiasts have a lot to look forward to.

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Another SEO Techniques: Website Design, Internal Page Rank and Nofollow.

Among the many advanced SEO techniques that most people fail to put into practice on their websites is an internal linking strategy that can be used to improve the way search engine spiders crawl your website, and also to optimize the Google Page Rank (correctly PageRank) for each page. Not only is it important to make sure that spiders are not leaving your home page too quickly, but also that you are not wasting Page Rank on pages such as your Contact or Privacy Policy pages.

Collar the Spiders

You can collar and attach a lead to search engine spiders and make sure that they don’t stray away from your web pages too soon, particularly your home page that is liable to receive the highest search engine listings.

Spiders work from top left to bottom right, and if you have tables on your site, they start with the top left table, and scan its contents first, then go the next table and so on. If your website is designed using tables rather than CSS, and you have a left hand navigation table and then a table containing the bulk of your content, the spider will read your top navigation link first, and leave your home page. It will not return until it hits the home page link.

It will therefore miss most of your content. The answer is either to place your navigation table to the left of your content, so it is visited after your content, or to use an empty table top left, then a content table, then a left aligned navigation table. That way the spider will visit the empty table, then your content and then your navigation table, which is still showing to the left of your content, but comes after it in your HTML.

You then receive the full benefit of your great keyword and semantically optimized content, rather than waste it by the spiders looking elsewhere for your main content. When relevance to a search term is calculated, (keyword), spiders give most weight to what is contained within your H heading tags, the first 100 or so characters in the body of the text, and your final paragraph. Your Title Tag is also very important, and you could put your company name and the main keywords there. That helps your branding and the calculation of your listing from the keyword.

Internal Linking Strategy

Now that you know where your links to appear to spiders, where should they point to? If your site is silo structured, then your home page should link to each of the main silos. Do not link to every page in your website, but to Level 2 pages that provide further links to your level 3 pages. That is because but Google’s Page Rank is calculated on internal links as well as external links. Only link your Home Page to every other page if you want the maximum possible share of your site PR for your Home Page.

Your total site Page Rank is equal to 1 vote for every page on your site. So if you have 20 pages, you have a 20 PR votes to distribute. That does not mean that you have a Google PageRank of 20 – far from it. Nobody but Google know how many links or PageRank points/votes are needed for each Page Rank vote. It could be 10 for a PR of 1, 100 for 2, 1000 for 3 and so on, or something completely different.

The internal Page Rank for each page in your site can be calculated since it is a function of both the page rank of pages it is linked to and the number of other links leaving that page. You can use this to maximize the PR votes for any page on your site, or spread them around pages you want listed highest. This calculation involves both internal links and external links.

In fact, you can make an appreciable difference to your SEO and Page Rank if you use a sensible internal linking strategy. With a 10 page website, if every page is linked to every other page, then your internal PR votes are one for every page. However, if you link Page A to page B and then Page B to every other page, and all pages back to Page A, you can give Page A 3.42 PR votes, page B 3.06 and the rest 0.44, thus optimizing the PR of your first two pages (note how these figures add up to 10: 1 for each page).

If you want to give your Home Page maximum votes, link it to every page in your site, and every page back only to the Home Page. For the same 10 page site, Page A then gets 4.67 Pr votes, and the rest 0.59.

However, for a silo site, it is best to have the main silo pages with a reasonable share of the votes, so link the Home Page to the main silos, and then each main silo to the sub-pages in their silo. Everything links back to A. This gives your Home Page 3.60 and your silo pages 1.17, the rest 0.40. There are several options in between these, but the point is that you can use linking strategy to maximise the PR for any page on your site.

No Follow: Beat the Spiders

The nofollow attribute was devise by Matt Cutts of Google. Its intention is to enable you to link to a page without giving that page a share of your PR. This can be used when you are linking to pages that have no outbound links, and for which a PR would not be meaningful. Google claim that it uses the term literally and does not follow the link at all, but test results have been conflicting, and it appears to follow it, but not index it.

Different search engines interpret ‘nofollow’ differently: Yahoo do not include pages linked by use of the attribute in their rankings but does follow it, MSN does not count links with ‘nofollow’ in their ranking and Ask ignores the attribute and follows everything!

It therefore appears that you can use the attribute to prevent spiders from leaving your site by following every link. From my own experience, I seem to get few spider visits to pages attainable by means of a ‘nofollow’ link, and so can use this to prevent spiders going where I want them to go.

The easiest way to do this, though , is by means of the Robots Exclusion code in the HTML for each page. You should use that on pages such as your Disclaimer, Privacy Policy and About page, and also on pages with a good amount of duplication such as pages where products are sorted by name, price, application and so on with a different page for each sorting method. The same for the same page written in different languages and duplicates where only the keyword is changed. All of these can get you in trouble and you should use the Robots.txt exclusion or a specific exclusion for each page involved.


Advanced SEO techniques can be used to lead search engine spiders where you want them, and prevent them from being sidetracked by poorly positioned links to other pages on your site. You can use your internal linking strategy to optimize the Page Rang votes for each page in website, and can also prevent some pages receiving a share of your sites page rank.

It is important that Google should be able to spider or list all of your pages, since that can not only dilute your overall PageRank but affect your listing position, but if you have too may low value pages being navigated and indexed by search engines, they may put you on a reduced crawling status. Try not to have lower value pages put on a crawling par with your higher value pages that you want listed higher in the SERPS.

Google Nexus One – Video Preview

Google Nexus One – Video Preview

Customized Android Application Development

Android -A software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications. Based on Open Source solutions (in particular, Linux kernel) it provides an easy integration with other Google services (maps, shopping, search).
The Android SDK includes a comprehensive set of development tools such as debugger, libraries, a handset emulator (based on QEMU), documentation, sample code, and tutorials.

With great built-in features of the Android SDK provides immense flexibility and opportunity to develop diverse smart mobile applications, providing the opportunity to cash in for not only technology companies but also individual entrepreneurs from various industries and aspects, be it pharmaceuticals, sales force automation, entertainment, games, location based services of or any sort of utility applications.

The Android core libraries provide the functionality needed to build some amazingly rich mobile applications, and the Android development tools make running, debugging, and testing your applications a snap. Android enable developers to create compelling mobile applications that take full advantage of all a handset has to offer such as making calls, sending text messages, or using the camera, allowing developers to create richer and more cohesive experiences for users.

Android is open source that liberally extends to incorporate new cutting edge technologies as they emerge. The platform will continue to evolve as the developer community working together to build innovative mobile applications.

Since Android has made Global recognition in the market, we have our Android application Development team which is well equipped to understand and use different toolkit and cater to the growing demands of Android application Development. We delegate the capabilities of the Android application Development and provide fast, high quality and a cost-effective solution to all our customers willing to add essence to it.

Nexus One unboxing and hands-on

Nexus One in da house! We’ve gotten our hands on the Nexus One and we’ve put it through our unboxing ceremony. As the first Google “superphone” of the new year, the Nexus One is a feature-monster. It packs a 1Ghz processor, 3.7-inch OLED capacitive touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, GPS, WiF, compass, sensors out the wazoo, and Android 2.1 OS – all wrapped up in a package no thicker than a No. 2 pencil!

Nexus One Google Phone in HTC Android 2.1-3D Benchmark

Nexus One Google Phone HTC Android 2.1 Preview 2 FR – HD – 3D Benchmark

Webmasters target is Page Rank

Page Rank was started to help internet users understand which page is relevant and important in a search, normally the higher the page rank the better search position you will have on Google. Page Rank is a number form 1-10 which Google gives each web page so internet users know the importance and the Google search engine knows how to position the page on the search engine results. Google thinks the page is on the web. Many people who have a website are looking at the best ways of increasing their Google page rank. An important fact to remember is that Page Rank is calculated on a webpage by webpage basis not on a website by website basis.

To other website owners your page rank may be a source of envy. Given that the internet has grown so rapidly over the past decade, the competition for the best search engine position has created an enormous market focused on how best to position a website for better rankings on Google, Yahoo and other prominent search engines.

Search engines will rank your page higher than one with less links back to it. The formula to increasing your page rank is quite easy, but you will have to work to get it.

1. Join a reciprocal link exchange program, some are free some cost money. Try to get at least 30-50 exchange per week.

2. Write article and distribute them to as many article sites as possible or join a program that will distribute for you. Write at least 4-5 article per month.

3. Submit your links to as many web directories as possible. Submit to 30-50 per week.

4. If you are selling a product create an affiliate program where others sell your product. They will place the links their sites and they will point back to your site, another one way link.

Links that are pointing to your site are very important in the page rank system, each link is counted as a vote to your website, if you receive votes with high pr that will you’re your pr, more links the more votes the better the ranking in the search engine results.

PR does not depend on the quality of site but it is the criteria which measures the value of a web page only. Many webmaster put a lot of emphasis on page rank, and most of the time they will not link their site with a site that has a page rank that is lower than their own in the fear it will drop their page rank. When you link your site to another website that means you vote for it. To get your PR rating up it is essential to have a significant number of good quality links to your site.

So how do you attract traffic the natural way. Sadly, most of this traffic is not qualified. The most difficult challenge most web designers face is getting traffic to your site. If you do not have a large advertising budget, traffic exchanges can be an effective way to advertise your site for free. Traffic exchanges, sometimes known as surfing sites, can bring a steady stream of visitors to your website, for no payment – very important for a business startup if you want to make money online from home.

Most people believe that the higher your Google Page Rank, the higher you’ll be in the search results listing. Yes pages and or sites with a higher page rank seem to rank better than those sites that do not have a page rank, but don’t be fooled the site without a page rank might have a higher ranking but Google has not updated its page rank on the tool bar, Google usually updates 4 times a year. The only thought on most peoples minds if they own a website is how do increase traffic and how do I get a higher page rank.

what is Page Rank ?

The page rank tool you see on your website is not just for decoration purposes. It is a very valuable indicator of webpage. I will like to start by simply defining page rank. Page Rank can be simply defined to as Google’s View of the importance of a page.

Many web surfers don’t really know the value of the Page Rank Tool bar on most web browsers? The page rank tool on many internet browsers is a very important tool that helps website surfers to determine the importance of a webpage. The value of a Page Rank ranges from 0 to 10. From this grading, it implies that a webpage with a page rank of 0 or one is of little or virtually no importance to Google. But a website with a page rank of say 5 to 6 or 10 have very important information and by virtue of that very useful to users.

A web page with a page rank of 10 contains useful stuffs and attracts a lot of visitors on a daily basis.

Thus a webpage with a page rank of 10 is much more valuable than a website with a page rank of 5. On the other hand, a website with a page rank of 10 contains much more quality back link than a webpage with a page rank of 5.

The Page Rank of a website measures not only the number of links that points to a website, but the quality of the websites that provides the links. Now this article will.

For a website to have a high page rank, it must have a lot of quality back links. If a website contains a lot of useful information without containing quality back links, the website will definite rank low.

The technology behind page rank is still hidden to many, although many seo gurus still believe that one can manipulate the page rank of a webpage. Yes this can really be done. It will only take one hard work and time.

In summary, the page rank of a webpage is a measure of the importance of a page.

The HP 2133 Mini-Note PC – Small Wonder

The HP Business Notebook 2133 is a mini notebook in terms of its design and looks; but as they say, looks can be deceiving. This business notebook is a top performer and would give its rivals a run for their money. Weighing just about 2.7 lbs., this notebook is ultra light and portable. In spite of being lightweight, I find the HP 2133 Mini Notebook quite sturdy.

The 8.9″ WXGA display of this business notebook comes with a 1280 x 768 pixel resolution. The image quality is something that I can’t miss mentioning. The color is rich, the back-light even, and the contrast crisp; add all of this together you get an awesome picture quality. The display is scratch-resistant and also features a protective coating that keeps glare away. In terms of audio output, the high-quality speakers in the HP 2133 Mini Notebook produce distortion free sound.

The VIA C7-M ULV (Ultra Low Voltage) Processor in the HP 2133 Mini Notebook provides all the power you need to keep you going. This business notebook comes with a 1 GB DDR RAM. If you are someone who prefers customized laptops, the fact that it is expandable up to 2 GB, should please you. 160 GB is a fair amount of hard disk space considering the size of the notebook. For a small business notebook, it has a 92% full-size keyboard.

The HP Business Notebook 2133 is something that you’ll want to carry wherever you go. Therefore, access to the internet on the go is top-priority. Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and a Gigabit Ethernet port, gives you advanced networking features and solves all your connectivity issues.

All-in-all, this business notebook is a small-sized dynamo in terms of performance and I’ve no complaints. The option of upgrading certain parts makes it one of the best customized laptops. It is a brilliant product and a top-buy.

Wwhat is Encryption

Description :

Encryption is the process of converting a plaintext message into ciphertext which can be decoded back into the original message. An encryption algorithm along with a key is used in the encryption and decryption of data. There are several types of data encryptions which form the basis of network security. Encryption schemes are based on block or stream ciphers.

The type and length of the keys utilized depend upon the encryption algorithm and the amount of security needed. In conventional symmetric encryption a single key is used. With this key, the sender can encrypt a message and a recipient can decrypt the message but the security of the key becomes problematic. In asymmetric encryption, the encryption key and the decryption key are different. One is a public key by which the sender can encrypt the message and the other is a private key by which a recipient can decrypt the message.

Algorithm Encryption

  1. AES
  2. Serpent
  3. Twofish
  4. AES-Twofish
  5. AES-Twofish-Serpent
  6. Serpent-AES
  7. Serpent-Twofish-AES
  8. twofish-Serpent

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