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As the BlackBerry Live keynote news keeps flowing in I’m happy to introduce you to the youthful and fun BlackBerry Q5 smartphone, running BlackBerry 10. With a QWERTY keyboard and a confident design, this new BlackBerry smartphone has been built to provide a fast, effortless experience that helps you explore, create and share while on the go. Thorsten Heins just revealed the device onstage at BlackBerry Live, but we’ve got all the details ready to share with you below.

I’ve been using this device for a few days now and I’m already in love. It fits into my lifestyle perfectly offering the powerful experience I need and allowing me to flow seamlessly from task to task throughout my day.

Highlights and features of the BlackBerry Q5

    • The evolution of the classic BlackBerry Keyboard:
      The BlackBerry Q5 features a classic BlackBerry Keyboard with discrete keys that has been re-engineered and…

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What is Live@edu?


Microsoft Live@edu is a free cloud service hosted by Microsoft for education needs. Live@edu provides the educational institutes a set of cloud collaboration services, communication tools, and mobile, desktop and web-based applications, as well cloud storage service.

Live@edu suit include the following services,

· Office Live Workspace

· Windows Live SkyDrive

· Windows Live Spaces

· Microsoft SharedView

· Microsoft Outlook Live,

· Windows Live messenger

· Windows Live Alerts

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Posted: April 23, 2012 in Genaral


  • Step 1: Download & Install the ‘Microsoft Expression Encoder’
    Click here to download Microsoft Expression Encoder..
    Once you have installed Microsoft Expression Encoder, connect your video source (e.g. webcam) to the computer and launch Microsoft Expression Encoder.
  • Step 2: Setup your stream settings
    To start streaming your video and/or audio source, please follow these steps. When you first start Microsoft Expression Encoder you may be asked to choose a project type. Choose the Live Broadcasting Project option.
    1. Select the ‘Add a Live Source’ link.
    2. Choose your ‘Video Device’.
    3. Choose your ‘Audio Device’.
    4. Select the ‘Output’ menu tab.
    5. Check the ‘Broadcast’ checkbox.
    6. Max Connection up to 50.
    7. Press the ‘Start’ button to begin broadcasting.
  • Step 3: Creating the html code for your website to watch it live.

    width:800px; height:600px; z-index:1">

    <OBJECT ID="player" WIDTH="800 " HEIGHT="600" CLASSID="CLSID:22D6f312-B0F6-11D0-94AB-0080C74C7E95">

    <param name="filename" value=http://your pc name:port>

    <param name="uimode" value="mini">

    <param name="autoStart" value="1">

    <PARAM NAME="showstatusbar" value="true">

    <embed name="Player2" type="application/x-mplayer2" pluginspage="; src="http://your pc name:port" WIDTH="800" HEIGHT="600" autostart="1" showcontrols="1" showstatusbar="1"></embed>


  • Step 4: Editing the Codes

      In Microsoft Expression Encoder go to connection tab front of the internet press COPY button and paste it in the code which is http://your pc name:port.   

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Posted: April 22, 2012 in Phone, Technical
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Mobile devices have spurred growth and connectivity such that the Internet powers everything. Notebooks, netbooks, smartphones, tablets–you name it, devices are ubiquitous, and perpetually in hand and online. And that impacts, in a very large way, the way that businesses operate and also the way that life, in general, operates. It’s kind of scary, overwhelming, exciting, exhilarating and awe-inspiring, all rolled up into one. At least that’s how it is to me. But more exciting and exhilarating than anything.

Want to see what goes on on the Internet in any given minute? It’s pretty cool.

  • 30 hours of video uploaded and 1.3 million video clips watched on YouTube
  • 639,800 GB of global IP data transferred
  • 204 million emails sent
  • Amazon rings up 83,000 in sales (yes, in one minute)
  • 320 new Twitter accounts are created and 100,000 new tweets are generated
  • 3,000 photos are uploaded and there are some 20 million photo views


Whew. Are you amazed yet? There’s more.

  • 100+ new LinkedIn accounts are created
  • 1,300 new mobile device users
  • 277,000 Facebook logins and 6 million Facebook
  • 2 million search queries

And if you think that’s more than a little overwhelming, the number of networked devices (phones, tablets, computers, etc.) today is equal to the global population. By 2015–in just three short years—that amount is expected to be two times that of the global population. Holy catballs.

The lesson: if you think things are moving quickly today, buckle your seatbelts.

All the things you’re doing, from a personal and from a business standpoint, the pace at which information flows, how we manage our networks and grow and manage our businesses using the web—well, in the words of BTO, “B-b-b-baby, you aren’t seen nothing’ yet.” And mobile devices, they’re revolutionizing everything.

So, what will you do about it? This proliferation of mobile devices and an always connected consumer base. Are you taking a good look at your business website and your analytics, which are your roadmap to what your customers are doing? Are you paying attention to how much traffic to your site is coming from mobile devices (and which kind), and are you watching those numbers grow on a month-to-month basis? What are you doing to adapt to the mobile consumption of data and information and how are you marketing to people using mobile devices? How are you delivering information to them and interacting with them? And how are you making their lives less complicated? How are you making it easy for them to do business with you?

If these aren’t things you’re already thinking about and working on–you’d best get going.



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HTC has announced it is making tweaks to and will shut down features available on the cloud service on Apr. 30. Customers are advised to back up their data before the end-date.

The Taiwanese phone maker said in a statement Tuesday that will remain shuttered until new services are available. "If you have been using to sync your Contacts, Messages, Footprints or Call History, you can download your data through Apr. 30, 2012. After Apr. 30, your data will no longer be accessible and will be deleted," the company added.

Users will need to login at with their username and password to download a .zip file containing the backup data.


HTC also advised users who would like a phone-locating service or backup service to visit Google Play, which was formerly known as the Android Market, to download an application that best suited them.

The service allows users to synchronize their phone to a cloud service, and offers them the ability to remotely lock their device or wipe all data off it, as well as forward calls and text messages.


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The Blog

Today I’m happy to announce two great new additions to our collection of premium themes.

First, we have Standard, a sleek, exacting theme designed by 8BIT for professional blogging with an emphasis on contextual display of your content.


Your content, in each of its various forms, deserves to be presented with unique distinction. Thanks to Standard’s support of post formats, it can. Image, video, quote, status, and link posts all receive a beautiful visual treatment.

If your visitors are browsing on a mobile device or tablet, Standard has got you covered. Its responsive layout adapts gracefully to smaller screens. View it in action on the demo site, or head on over to the Theme Showcase to read more about Standard and its features.

Next, we have Chalk, an innovative theme designed with a strong focus on online educators by The Theme Foundry.


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Fujitsu says it has created a system that can recognize when somebody is being victimized by a phone scammer, by combining voice intonation analysis with keyword recognition.

Mobile phone scams are a plague on Japan’s elderly. Criminals often pose as the victim’s acquaintance or as a figure of authority, such as a police officer or lawyer.

A common con involves criminals who pose either as victims’ relatives or as acquaintances of their loved ones. They then try to convince their intended victims that they’re in trouble and need money transferred to an account to bail them out.

Fujitsu has released a description of its new system, which, it says, can analyze such conversations and warn family members or others as they take place.

According to Fujitsu’s release, the company, together with Nagoya University, in central Japan, has developed software that detects changes in voice pitch and level that are common in scam victims’ intonation.

Images in the release show a flattening in vocal high-frequency range that occurs when a person is subjected to psychological stress as another party conveys distressing information.


Phone scammers typically put their victims into these states of stress by concocting stories that are peppered with ominous words, such as "indebtedness," "compensation," "debt," or "repayment."

When victims are overwhelmed with distressing information, some are susceptible to losing their powers of judgment. In these instances, a situation known as "over trust" occurs.

Here’s how Fujitsu describes this condition:

There are limits to human powers of perception and judgment. When overwhelmed with information that may be distressing, some individuals, without knowing it, may have a diminished capacity to objectively evaluate information provided by another party—a situation known as "over trust." In situations of over trust, there is the risk of believing everything another person is saying, even in cases of remittance-soliciting phone phishing scams, for example.

The scam detection system combines frequency analysis with voice recognition to scan for words spoken by potential scammers. It counts the number of times the caller uses words typically used in scams, based on a keyword list provided by Japan’s National Police Academy and on recordings of actual remittance-solicitation phone scams.


It might sound like eavesdropping, but as Fujitsu describes it, the technologies ignore everything except the keywords on the pre-registered list and the frequency with which they’re uttered.

Nagoya University and Fujitsu are collaborating with the National Policy Academy and The Bank of Nagoya to test the technology on mobile phones.

While the system already has a 90% success rate in tests done to date, Fujitsu says that future testing will evaluate the technology’s practical utility in actual cases of fraud and attempt to come up with solutions to any problems that arise.

I can imagine that such problems might result from analyzing conversations that involve people in the habit of changing their intonation frequencies when they’re not actually distressed. Actors, perhaps? Or perhaps those who are trying to hide something?

Or what about when people are actually distressed, even though no scam is involved? Would a false alarm result from a divorced couple discussing alimony payments, for example?

I’ve asked Fujitsu for the technology’s false positive rate, and I’ll let you know what they have to say.

In the meantime, for more reading on phone scams, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has a list of common cons on this page. has another comprehensive list here.

Would you install this type of nanny phone software to eavesdrop on your relatives’ conversations, or does it all seem too intrusive? Please let us know in the comments below.


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