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Speed Index :: A localized app to check internet speed by location [Enriching Srilanka]

December 11, 2013

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Speed Index by Mobyle, is a localized android application (for Srilankans) developed by its founder Hameedul Aqeel.  This application provides an updated average speeds of localized network providers by its location. Which means; either a user needs to key-in their preferred place to obtain DATA from or by letting the GPS track down current location […]

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Diagrams :: Intro to an Org Chart Software

December 9, 2013

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Diagrams are for visual illustration purposes and they simplify our lives. A single diagram can visualize & express million words. Diagrams are used in almost 97% of the industries at present. Form kinder garden junior to the computer level professional uses diagrams. Especially IT and management professionals use diagrams the most as they needed frequently. […]

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4 Implementable tools you will need to your day-to-day functions

November 5, 2013

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In our day to day life we need applications & programs (tools) to get our duties done. We use anonymous application programs for different type of purposes. There are commercial and non-commercial tools that we use to fulfill our needed tasks. And there are complex software suits to do specific tasks such like editing graphics, […]

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BlackBerry Messenger for Android (BBM) :: A walk-through

October 23, 2013

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After a big battle, long awaited BBM is arrived for both Android & iOS platforms. BBM (BlackBerry Messenger), an instant messaging application platform made for smartphone owners by Blackberry Ltd formerly known as RIM (Research In Motion). It was previously available only for the BlackBerry smartphones as now it support Android & iOS, the most famous mobile operating […]

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IPFire the Successor to IPCop

May 30, 2013

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Being a fan of IPCop when I was trying to download it and just for my curiosity typed IPCop vs in Google search and found something interesting, an another firewall distro called IPFire. After doing some reading I found that it’s the completed version of current IPCop which includes all the features that are inbuilt into […]

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ownCloud | An Open Source Dropbox Alternative

January 8, 2013

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Your own data, your own cloud. ownCloud is a full featured Dropbox alternative server application run on your own server. Owncloud can be setup and running with minimal configuration. The basic requirement is a working LAMP server. Like Dropbox and Google Drive Images music files can be accessible from web interface without need to download. Also […]

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My Track :: An Android App by Google

June 19, 2012

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I bid apology for any mistakes you found here, as I had to write this article in a hurry. Please feel free to comment or contact us regarding clarifications, suggestions & complaints.. etc. Well, Google a well known top-rated multinational corp, is a group who always focus on its users.  Since then the start from their […]

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Y U No Try Google Drive (Google Docs)

June 5, 2012

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Google Drive

Most people don’t realize how much it’s important to keep a backup of their important files, photos, documents,etc… until they loose it by system crashes or data corruptions. You don’t need to worry about this anymore. Now you can keep those stuff synced in the cloud. Even if your local machine got into fire (shouldn’t […]

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Browse Faster in Slow Connections with Opera Browser

January 2, 2012

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Opera is one of the popular web browsers. Opera Tips highlights a few features and functions to show you what Opera can do for you. Opera Turbo uses compression technology that boosts your webpage download speed on limited-bandwidth connections. for example, when using a crowded Wi-Fi connection in a cafe or a slow dial-up modem. […]

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Ubuntu Guide for Backup and Sync Files With Grsync

November 4, 2011

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Many people care about their important data after they vanished or destroyed in some cases. Backing up data is one of the method to keep it secure. While having a backup storage it’s difficult to check and transfer only the files we’ve changed. There are many tools for automatically sync the changed files and keep […]

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