Contributing to Google Maps as a Local Guide

There is a old saying that if “you can able to talk then you can get the way”. This means if you are visiting a new place you can easily get the directions by just keep enquiring people along the way. In today’s world this still works. I have been contributing to Google Maps via…

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How i Installed 100+ Apps in Moto E 1st Gen (2014)

I have been using the iPhone for more than 3 years and its the first smart phone i have bought and used extensively for  browsing & reading ebooks. Meanwhile i had a Moto E 1st Gen in my home which is unused due to frequent internal storage error. I heard from multiple Moto E users…

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Create and Alter Employees Data in Tally 9 using Web Services

Web Services has changed the way we share data across applications. Tally 9 has provided a way to import or export data between applications using the WebService interface which is be default running on port 9000. This can be accessed using http://localhost:9000. You can change the port no from the Advance settings in the Tally…

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Manual copy of files between SD Card is NOT the right way.

Many times we may want to migrate the files from an existing microSD card to a new microSD Card for various reasons like speed and storage size. If the SD card has been used just for media files then copying them manually should not be problem. But when it comes to system level files manual…

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How i use Audio Streaming in Home

In this post i would like to sketch out how the audio streaming workflow is set in my home network. Setting up a Audio workflow involves the Audio Source, Media Server/Agents,Playing Device & Audio Receivers (Wireless). Media Servers like Plex,Kodi provides various features for a best media experience at home. But i these softwares are not…

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Exploring Raspberry Pi 3 with Amazon Alexa – Voice Companion

With advent of iOT Portable devices there are endless possibilities to automate things surrounding you. Thought of getting in to this field of IOT with Raspberry Pi. The recent announcement with upgraded hardware tapped my interest to give a try on this cute powerful, inexpensive (INR. 3000) board. During this time, Amazon also released the…

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Interesting Information – Week 3 Mar 2016

Here some interesting information came across this week 1.Amazon reveals how to build an Echo speaker with the Raspberry Pi http://www.theverge.com/2016/3/25/11307066/amazon-alexa-echo-speaker-diy-guide-raspberry-pi Source Code : https://github.com/amzn/alexa-avs-raspberry-pi/ I immediately ordered a Raspberry PI in in.element14.com to start exploring Amazon Alexa. Can’t wait to setup the echo on raspberry pi, 2.Apple released iPhone SE 4-inch Keynote : http://www.apple.com/apple-events/march-2016/…

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Simple Guide to Download Videos either as Audio (Mp3) or (Mp4)

When you search the internet for a way to download Audio from Video Url or download the Video in different formats you are provided with .exes and browser extensions. These are vulnerable to malwares and these extensions cannot be trusted. Personally i use this site to get the Audio file of a video url or…

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New Broadband Connection for Home & Hosting

I have been a loyal customer of BSNL for a long time. I even never looked at any other provider as i was happy with what bsnl has offered. This has been slowly changed and created minor frustrations like Free calls are meant for same network only, internet speed is not provided as advertised in…

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How to Create Partitions in USB Flash Drive

Creating Primary or Logical Partitions are very Common in Fixed Disk (Internal or External Hard Disks). Windows can easily able to recognize these Partitions, provided the Partition follows either FAT or NTFS file system. In case of Removable Disk ( USB Flash Disk) Windows treats them as Single unit. Even in the Disk Manager, Partition…

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