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Freelancers in India have been outraged at a recent policy update on Paypal India that suggested that an 18% GST would be charged on all future transactions. The note on the Paypal India website read,
“We have updated our UA to comply with local laws applicable to Indian companies including local taxation laws. We have been advised PayPal Services will attract a GST rate of 18%. Please consult your tax advisors in terms of your eligibility for refunds.”
In effect, what Paypal seemed to suggest is that all future transactions (starting October 2 or later) would invite a default deduction of 18% towards GST which its users may claim a refund for from the Income Tax authorities after furnishing sufficient proof.
This appeared ridiculous given that Paypal transactions within India are restricted to overseas transactions (which should not invite a GST in the first place). A recent Change.org petition filed over the matter suggested something even more apocalyptic.
“I have real bad news guys. In a support chat one of our people was able to get a clarification from Paypal that the 18% GST would be deducted on the entire amount, and not just their charges.
This really creates an even more explosive situation.
On one hand, Paypal will take 18% GST from you already, and on the second, you have to register and give the GoI 18% GST (that you need to claim a refund for later), or file exemption.
So in effect, you could be losing 36% of your revenues on arrival, with no clarity on refunds at all because you don’t have FIRCs yet.”
No GST For Overseas Paypal Transactions
But all of this looks to be a miscommunication. GoRumors was able to get confirmation from Paypal that GST shall not be levied on overseas transactions. In an email response, a Paypal support representative wrote,
“Kindly be informed that this information is for a new update which will be coming soon and you will be informed before it is implemented.
Rest assured if it is an overseas transaction it will be exempted from the GST charges.”
So there you go – no GST for the kind of transactions that are now prevalent on Paypal.
Paypal Soon For Domestic Transactions In India?
What this also means is that we may soon have Paypal open up for domestic transactions in India. At the moment, this facility is not available to Indian users. But by registering as a local company, Paypal can establish itself as a viable alternative to other popular digital wallets in the country like Paytm and Mobikwik.
That would be a welcome step, if only Paypal didn’t have those high fees.
Helen Keller once said, “life is either a great adventure or nothing.” The truth is that life, as fleeting as it may seem, can feel as though it lasts forever when doing something you love. Although it can often be difficult to grab onto the adventure in your own life at times, this desire to do more and be more will forever call to you—the only question is whether or not you will answer. For some, the idea of answering alone can be terrifying but, for others, it can be the best decision they ever make—and for these select few, the idea of a fully nomadic lifestyle calls them forward on journeys they will surely never forget.
However, a life of adventure is far from the only reason why these individuals choose lives on the road rather than stationary lives in the city. In fact, with a massive transition toward a greener tomorrow from our younger generations, it only makes sense that these nomads also choose this lifestyle as a way to reduce their carbon footprint one day at a time.
With this in mind, if green adventure is the kind of life you hope to one day lead, it is highly important that you consider what type of nomadism you hope to achieve, whether or not the RV lifestyle is right for you, and how you hope to create an eco-friendly nomadic alternative to everyday stationary life in order to not only begin this new chapter of your life but ensure that you journey is headed in the right direction, from the first day to the last.
RV, Travel Trailer, or Van: Choose Your Form of Nomadism
The first step to any eco-friendly adventure is to choose your new home. There are many nomadic options out there but one of the most common and enticing comes in the form of the traditional Class A, B, or C motorhomes. However, there are many other things to consider besides the actual home itself, especially if a greener alternative is your goal. For instance, some RVs have solar power, which can be far more cost effective and green than generator-reliant counterparts.
Furthermore, many RVs are complete and total gas guzzlers meaning that your fuel economy will be far less efficient and each day you will be producing copious amounts of carbon emissions. In fact, the average Class C RV emits thousands of pounds of carbon each and every year. On top of all of this, RVs are also known for succumbing to some of the most common transmission problems you should never ignore, such as leaking fluids and slipping gears, which could very quickly turn your fun adventure into a nightmare for both your bank account as well as your health (carbon monoxide poisoning and dangerous leaking fluids are also quite common).
With these cons in mind, you may want to turn toward a van, as it is certainly smaller and more efficient overall. However, this gives you far less space and also means that if you break down, you more than likely will not have a backup mode of transportation on board. Furthermore, most vans do not provide green energy alternatives and still require a large amount of gas.
Therefore, for many fully nomadic individuals, neither of these options are ideal, leaving the travel trailer and truck combo far ahead of the other two regarding both fuel economy and environmental friendliness. The main reason for this is due to the fact that there are many eco-friendly truck brands out there which, when combined with a solar-powered travel trailer, provide the user with fuel economy, and extra space, and green energy alternatives and a setup that allows you to hook up to RV spots and still be able to visit the nearby cities and places using the unattached truck as a mode of transportation. However, once you choose which option is right for you, the next step is to actually create your “green machine” and make it feel like less of a trailer and more of home in the process.
Transform Your New Home Into a “Green Machine”
There are many easy tips to make a stationary home more sustainable out there, but mobile homes are all too often lost in the mix due to the misconception that you cannot create a sustainable home that travels. However, although gardens and compost bins may be impossible in the long run, there are plenty of other ways to make your travel trailer or recreational vehicle less of a mode of transportation and more of a comfortable home that focuses heavily on green alternatives.
For instance, even if your trailer or RV does not have solar power when purchased, it is not all that difficult to install solar panels after the fact. This can not only reduce the amount of hookups needed on the road, which will inevitably save you money, but also reduce the carbon emissions your vehicle produces as well. Furthermore, by reducing the amount of frozen items you have on board, you can also reduce your refrigerant usage likewise. In 2008, every household in America released over 1,500 pounds of carbon dioxide from their refrigerators and freezers alone, making the reduction of these emissions highly important for our environment as a whole.
Furthermore, although you might not be able to have an entire garden, you can still grow herbs and bulbs which will make your life far simpler, help ensure the air in your new home is naturally filtered, and also lower the cost of weekly groceries as well. However, although all of these green alternatives are useful, there is still one that could quite literally reduce your carbon emissions by hundreds of pounds each and every year on the road which is surprisingly simple to achieve.
Choose Your Eco-Friendly Secondary Mode of Transportation
The most crucial way to reduce your carbon emissions is by reducing the amount of travel you do outside of getting from point A to point B. For instance, by choosing secondary modes of transportation, such as electric mountain bikes or scooters, you can significantly reduce your carbon emissions when traveling to nearby cities fro myour hookup locations as you can leave behind your gas-powered vehicle and also get in some outdoor exercise in the process.
However, a lot of young individuals think that there are no cheap and quality electric mountain bike alternatives, but this is far from the truth. In fact, there are many cheap electric bike brands, including a few that are even located online such as the E-Zip 2008 Trailz bike and the Mongoose 26” Electric bike.
Furthermore, Walmart also has many electric bike conversion kits, which can transform any mountain bike into an electric marvel, in little to no time at all. The best part about them, however, is that the average mileage of these electric bikes is anywhere between 20 to 60 miles, which means that even some of the farthest locations from a hookup site can easily be reached without wasting any gas or money in the process. Furthermore, with the incorporation of eco-friendly gear such as the Tree Hugger gear supply, you can also explore campgrounds and nature trails without being forced to return to your RV every few hours likewise.
In the end, there are countless ways to grab life by the horns and hold on, but travel is one of the few that actually pays off in full over time. Furthermore, choosing to lead a greener life can also lead to a happier you and a better future for the next generation as well. With this said, it’s no surprise why hundreds of young individuals are choosing a nomadic life over the traditional lifestyles their parents led before them. After all, life is short — so why not live it while you can?
With the upcoming release of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the advanced features of the phone, there is only one thing on people’s minds: is it worth it? There is a lot of discussions about which smartphone will steal the crown this year, and the Samsung Galaxy is one of the top contenders.
Before we delve into that, though, let us review the roster of phones that is going to be released this year like the Apple iPhone 8, Google Pixel 2, HTC 11, Nokia 8, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, and the Samsung Galaxy S8 & Galaxy Note 8. These phones promise an improved performance, much faster than their predecessors and longer battery life. And this time, people know what to look for because other than those improvements, they are also expecting better graphics and a more intuitive and sleek design.
Which brings us back to the Samsung Galaxy S8. The flagship smartphone is highly anticipated and it is coming out before the iPhone 8 at tech stores like Harvey Norman – and everywhere else. So here we list down the features of the Samsung Galaxy S8 which you might want to consider when looking at your options this year.
Intelligent digital assistant
If the Apple iPhone has Siri, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will have Bixby. It is also an AI, a voice-powered digital assistant that is reportedly more powerful than Siri. It has three main parts: Bixby Voice, Bixby Vision, and Bixby Home. You can trigger Bixby by pressing on button or calling with the Bixby Voice. The Bixby Vision will allow Bixby to “see” what you can see through the built-in camera and can do tasks like identifying objects or scanning QR codes. Wih Bixby Home, you can get access to various information by swiping right from the home screen like fitness activity or the weather.
Yes, no more dangling and tangling wires. This is probably one of the biggest innovations in any smartphone flagship. The slap on battery pack offered by Samsung would mean that charging our phones will not be as frustrating, what with all the ruckus about using the right wire and whatnot. At the same time, this is a feature that the Apple iPhone has not yet adapted. There are rumours though, that initially, wireless charging will be featured on the iPhone 8 but is now being scrapped. We will never know for sure until the unboxing event of Apple, but right now, it is looking like the Samsung flagship phone has improved on it.
Apple may think that they are being revolutionary with their earpods, and it is true, it is innovative; however, it is posing to be more of a problem for users than a feature they want to be excited about. No one wants to lose their headphones, whether they are expensive or cheap, it is such a hassle. So not only is Samsung providing cool new headphones with its purchase of Harman last year, it is also a 3.5mm jack. You can keep your Beats or Bose, because the 3.5mm connector is here to stay, at least for the S8.
The Snapdragon exclusivity of Samsung may bode well for the S8. This time, the Samsung will be released with a Snapdragon 835 and the Exynos 8895 variant. However, a lot of people are excited about the Snapdragon variants. It promises a faster mobile performance, alternate reality exploration, machine learning capabilities, battery efficiency, and more.
Are you pumped for the new Samsung Galaxy S8? Well, we are, too! And to think, these are just a couple of its features that are keeping everyone at the edge of their seats.
Tesla was, is, and probably will continue to be a hot subject in the automotive universe. While it’s not the first electric car manufacturer out there, it’s certainly the most iconic one, largely due to its daring approach and numerous innovations it brought to the field. Tesla has revolutionized the world of electric vehicles already, and it has no intention of stopping anytime soon. However, while some of its achievements cannot be contested in any way,there are times when misleading facts and figures get thrown around by the media. Here’s the perfect example.
The Tesla Model S P100D was recently titled “the world’s quickest car ever” by several online new outlets and magazines.
Claims about the Model S P100D being the fastest car ever starter appearing online after Motor Trend performed some tests using a Model S P100D following a software update the car received. While the update was supposed to cut down its acceleration time to roughly 2.5 seconds for 0 to 60 miles per hour, Motor Trend’s tests concluded a time of 2.28 seconds, which boosted the Tesla in the first position of the top, outclassing supercars such as Ferrari LaFerrari, Lamborghini Aventador and even the renowned Bugatti Veyron.
So, is the Tesla Model S P100D really the world’s quickest car ever? Let’s have a closer look.
“Quickest Car Ever” Explained
The terms “quickest car ever” are fairly vague, and consist of some variables. In the automotive industry, the quickness of a car is based on two main elements: acceleration and top speed.
Acceleration is usually measured by the time it takes the car to get to 60 miles per hour (100 km per hour) from a standstill. Some tests also include additional parameters, such as 0 to 120 miles per hour (200 km per hour), and 0 to top speed. The time is measured in seconds, and the lower it is, the faster the car is, and thus the higher spot it takes in comparison charts.
Top speed is another defining element of a car’s performance, and as it names suggests, it refers to the top speed the car is capable of reaching. Once again, the higher the figure, the better the car ranks.
Taking advantage of one key advantage electric motors have over conventional combustion engines – instant delivery of power, Tesla focused its advertising on the acceleration element. Tesla vehicles were never marketed as sports cars, despite their impressive performance, so their top speed was not a key selling point, but their acceleration was. The carefully calibrated motors that are driving the front and rear wheels of the car allow for the instant delivery of power to the wheels, so the car can accelerate really fast. Depending on the version, 0 to 60 mph acceleration can be achieved anywhere between an unimpressive 5.9 seconds, for the first versions, all the way up to 2.28 seconds for the latest version. An average acceleration within the 3 second ballpark is to be expected from most Model S Teslas.
The case in question, of the fastest Tesla, was achieved using the top-of-the-line Tesla P100D, a model that comes with 4 wheel drive and a 100 kWh battery, using the Ludicrous + mode. In case you’re not up to date with Tesla tech, the Ludicrous mode is a software option that improves acceleration times at the cost of reduced mileage. The Ludicrous + mode was an extreme version of the mode, available as a purchasable software upgrade.
Although the official numbers for the Ludicrous + are 0 to 60 in 2.5 seconds, putting Tesla a little behind supercars such as Ferraris and Lamborghinis, tests carried out by Motor Trend have shown a slightly different result – the Tesla Model S P100D set in Ludicrous + mode can hit 60 in less than 2.3 seconds. It only needs 2.28 seconds, to be precise, officially making Tesla the fastest accelerating production vehicle.
So, if the Tesla Model S really the world’s quickest car ever? It all depends on where you’re looking from. In terms of pure acceleration, it is outclassed only by the Porsche 918 Spyder, which pumps out an impressive 2.2 seconds for 0 to 60 mph. In terms of top speed, the Model S is not even in the top 15.
However, the Tesla Model S does hold some impressive records. If we’re talking about production vehicles, it is the quickest car in the world, as the previously mentioned Porsche 918 Spyder was produced in a limited series.
So, to be factually correct, no, the Tesla Model S is not the world’s quickest car ever. It is the quickest accelerating production car in the world, which is just as impressive.
Broadband technology has certainly come a long way. No one uses dial-up anymore. If anyone wants to connect to the Internet its through one of the many broadband technologies available to people. Compared to the old dial-up technology, broadband is faster and more secure. But people aren’t just contented with this. A lot of innovations are coming in the future and each one promises more speed, wider coverage, and a more secure way of connecting.
A good example of the innovations for the future concerns DSL, one of the most commonly used broadband connection at homes. A new technology is being developed overseas with the capability to increase DSL speeds dramatically – up to 30 times that of its current speed or more. The new DSL protocol, called “G.fast”, can be applied on existing DSL networks and improve its speed without the need to change existing cables. This means that if successfully developed, it can be deployed fast to anywhere that has an existing DSL network making it cheap.
DSL isn’t the only one getting an upgrade with speed using G.fast. Mobile company, Nokia is currently testing out its XG.fast technology, derived from the G.fast technology they developed. They rolled out XG.fast in the UK last year. Nokia hopes that they can get as much as ten million households subscribed if their technology proves successful.
Speaking of mobile broadband, 5G technology, the next standard for mobile and wireless networks is predicted to be fully deployed in 2020, according to The Next Generation Mobile Network Alliance and Broadband Commission, offering faster mobile Internet, wider coverage, and more stable connection. Right now, a few companies like Samsung and Google have already been developing 5G technology while Qualcomm had presented the Snapdragon X50, the first 5G modem in October last year.
Fiber Optic technology, too, is getting possible innovations. In 2014 there’s a report about a new fiber technology that could let users experience speeds up to 21 times faster than the current home fiber-broadband speeds, that have reached around 30 Mbps (not bad a for a typical home connection). This so called “multicore fiber optics” is described as “turning a one way road into a seven-lane highway”. This is because ordinary fiber today has only one core. As the name implies, multi-core fibers have multiple cores, enabling much more data to be sent through. Though this technology hasn’t been made commercial yet, according to the Journal of Lightwave Technology in its 34th volume, published in January of last year, it is already “expected as a good candidate for overcoming the capacity limit of a current optical communication system”.
Another innovation currently in development concerning fiber speed is coded modulation. In a technique similar to how wireless devices sort out signals, scientists at the University College London have created a special device made to catch different light pulses sent in different wavelengths through the optical fiber. It creates a so-called “super channel”, enabling data to be sent at speeds of around 1.125Tbps.
Finally another possible improvement in fiber concerns how much the light pulses need to be renewed as they travels through a medium before they deteriorate to keep the signal reliable. In fiber broadband this is done every 60 miles. In 2015 however researchers were able to find a way to increase the accuracy of data being sent via a frequency comb which uses signals that are precise and spaced evenly to encode information before it is transmitted, enabling them to transmit data over farther distances without the need for data to be regenerated. This would also increase the capacity of sent data and is said it might make be less expensive compared to other networks as the need to renew the light signals is reduced.
Though these improvements look exciting, we may need to wait a bit more time to see them commercially available. Bring on 2017.
In our day to day life, people are busy with their surroundings so they don’t have time to watch their favorite shows on televisions. TV watching has evolved the past decades. Even if we miss our favorite shows we can watch it using the internet and mobile phones.
For such people, Google has brought an interesting app known as a Fiber TV Mobile app that lets you record shows on Smartphones. Google has recently updated Fiber TV app that includes, users can watch live TV channels whenever you need.
All these can be done by just downloading the app, log in, and by using the search options. The app can be combined using DVR and it also recommends all possible recordings to DVR so it can be recorded automatically.
Fiber TV is an application where you can watch your favorite channels and programs with a high definition picture quality. Here the connection is done with the help of fiber optic cables which is responsible for giving high-quality pictures.
Through Digital Video recording we can record up to 8 programs at a time and 500 hours of storage just in a single click. It gives an option for small search and on-demand service is available for the user to watch the shows.
The main issue we undergo in television is the timing problem. Sometimes people miss watching the shows which are very much important to them due to their personal work. For all these reasons Google has brought an application known as Google Fiber TV which makes it easier to watch your favorite shows.
A technology where you can amplify and intensify the application in Fiber TV is the casting technology. This technology allows the user to get notifications about the latest episodes of your favorite shows and we can even check for re-telecast contents.
Live videos can be recorded using Digital Video Processing. All the recordings can be saved in the DVR queue which can be watched later without any issue.
In addition to this, the app gives enhanced features like they don’t even need to connect the device to television, which is an extra work for them to make the app work.
The laptops or smartphones have been connected to Wi-Fi so there is no extra fitting required and the Google box is built into TV boxes.
Webpass is an Internet Service Provider that provides the internet to the customers in urban areas for about $ 55 a month to $ 500 per year. This type of internet is fast, simple, and it can be connected using an Ethernet network. Here there are dedicated persons who are excellent at problem-solving and commitment to simplicity.
It has reached a long goal in providing the customers a real satisfaction. This technology has reached worldwide and now the business emerges in San Francisco and soon it will be launched in San Diego, Chicago, and Boston.
Webpass provide their services to thousands of residents and business customers. It allows the users to surf the internet quickly without using any modems, gimmicks, and contracts. Hence customers can enjoy the benefits of online surfing.
The firm provides business connections ranging from 10 to 1000Mbps and for residential customers of about 100Mbps to Gbps. Webpass agree to work with property owners and managers in buildings to do their process to connect residents to Gigabit Internet.
Webpass even help to expand coverage as it remains focused on employing high speed internet connections to all the internet users. It allows webpass to grow faster and reach a huge growth in their revenue.
Fiber TV Mobile app
Fiber TV app allows the user to watch live videos of their favorite TV shows, movies, and sports as well as they can control the TV through smartphones.
Now Google has updated this app for iOS and Android mobiles with a number of features like it has enlarged the machine learning system to Google Fiber TV. This, in turn, brings the easy view to the contents and personalized recommendations to users.
Features of Fiber TV App
Watch Your Favorite Shows
With the updated Fiber app the subscribers can now watch their accumulated contents of their favorite shows. Here the home page
This section gives the users of all available games with the advancement like they can know the live scores and record the contents easily using this app.
The new recording option allows the user to record all the videos using a single tap. The app also gives the indication not to miss your favorite shows.
This app gives more personalized options for live TV shows. Even if the user forgets their favorite shows the app gives notification about it so that user can make a note of it.
This app is available for free download from Google Play Store and in the iPhone app store. Android version needs a device running on Android 4.1 or more.
In iOS phones, it needs a storage of 74.7MB which supports languages like English, Tamil, Hindi, Thai, Korean and much more. It supports smartphones with the iOS version of 8.0 and much more. This special updated version is expected to come soon.
Google’s fiber TV affords 1000Mbps speed for uploads and downloads which are fast as the broadband internet connection. So there is an added advantage that the user need not wait for the channel to buffer.
Even if the video is a high quality one it does not affect the subscriber in their enjoyment.
This particular device is cost effective and the subscription costs $ 120 and the installation charges $ 300 for a month. However, a survey shows that the use of Fiber Television users crossed across 68k. This has increased 66.6 percent from last year, which shows huge revenue in Fiber TV.
Issues Can Be Fixed Instantly
Unlike other applications, Fiber TV undergoes fewer issues and other technical problems. This isn’t a big issue because the person working there has deep knowledge in their core. They can fix it within a second.
Another important factor is the customers need not wait for a call for a long time for more than 5 minutes. Being perfect is not a big issue, but how much error we get through we must know to get through it.
Television plays a huge role for entertainment as well as for obtaining knowledge. Working people who are busy for the whole day can rest in peace at night by watching television.
In this fast moving technology, television has been improvising with still more features and one such television is the Google’s Fiber TV mobile app. It has long goals to reach still and can compete with other applications for internet service providers. People can worth make use of this technology if they live in an area of Fiber TV mobile app. slower internet connections can be overcome by using this app. Fiber TV has possessed an ever dedicated idea than any other devices could do. There is no other alternative to such similar ultra-fast speed television app for the same at a dedicated price.
Andrew Shah is a digital marketing manager at Zoplay, a leading PHP script development company that offers valuable services to clients. As a professional, he is interested in developing new mobile apps with Zoplay scripts that will benefit both customers and business owners.
Emails nowadays are a very common method of conveying messages. More importantly, when we try to have a private conversation and exchanging important files and information we try to use the method of email. But what about the security of this method?
As we think that the emails are a more secure form of a conversation between two or more parties but this might not be the case. The Invisible Web, Dark Internet, and Deep Web refer to the dark minds and criminals that are all over the internet, waiting to steal your information and corrupt your device.
This threat was always there but in the recent times, the scamming and criminal activities on the internet are more taken place through the emails. Therefore as a research, the user of email have more threat of stealing or corrupting the information than anyone else or any other method.
Who is the average email user?
According to the research the average internet and email users have not very much to worry about as they have not much to be stolen from. On the other hand, they can make their system more secure by using the regular internet protection system such as firewall, malware, hotspot etc.
Little efforts must be taken by the regular internet users to protect themselves from a major loss. But the scammers and hackers are indirectly affecting the regular users by targeting the Online shopping sites, Banks, online transaction etc. so that they can get valuable information as well as a monetary benefit which can involve your money or money related information.
What can be done to protect emails?
As a user, you cannot do much if the entire system is hacked but you can contribute a lot to your own safety and the safety of your emails and computers. Some of the security measures are listed as below;
1. Don’t open any unfamiliar email or link or attachment which you’re not sure of such as:
• Lottery offer
• Claim a winning price
• Get a free vacation
• Offers from any king from African country etc.
2. Don’t open and go after an endless link because it can have a potential virus. This email can be sound or seen familiar such as one from your contact, family or friend. Any social media pop up or any video or meme which is sent in an email and it is unnecessary to open must be avoided.
3. If you use your office files and documents from your own PC or laptop or use bank related work through it, invest a little on the security software which might charge a little but saves a lot of your information.
4. Try not to expose your security by using any free or public internet. A free or public internet is an open web which makes sure the person falls in.
5. If you are using any local internet services make sure to use a reliable one. Especially in case you are working on the international business and your internet connection is local, there are more chances of a security breach as the rules and laws do not apply to the local internet service provider.
How email encryption is beneficial for you?
The encryption is a method of converting the actual or original message having the regular text and changing into the encoded one. The format of the text is changed from the language such as English into the algorithm which is a type of formula.
Now, when the message is encrypted, it is least chances of the text to be converted to the actual text other than the person who has the authority or permission to decrypt. Decryption is a process of translating the encrypted code into the actual text. Therefore the information sent and received will remain in the safe hands and the scammers and hackers cannot do anything about it.
There are certain laws and rules applied to the delivery and receiving of mails of U.S. Postal Services and in case someone breaches it the law applies to him or her. But there are no rules and laws applied on the emails and that is why email scamming is very common these days.
Similarly, the emails are more vulnerable. Even in the cloud, when the senders send the email and the receiver has not opened it; the email sits on the cloud and waits to be opened. The changes or polluting can be done there as well.
A study shows that the emails are more likely to be attacked due to three major reasons:
1. Almost 20 to 25 percent of emails have attachments and these are about 98 percent of the email traffic volume.
2. The most importantly the users and employers think that the hard drive can be damaged or the data can be lost but the emails are safer. Therefore the emails mostly contain important stuff, especially the attached files.
3. The email attachments contain the 75% of the intellectual property of the organization.
How to secure emails?
On the other hand, there are some measures which must be applied in long term to avoid the hacking and encryption of the emails.
The emails can be secured to some extent by applying the following tips:
1. Use Virtual Private Network (VPN):
Avoid taking local internet; instead use VPN if the business is small. This will help the company move their data without the threat of hackers.
2. Use Outlook:
Outlook helps you defend your system from the unknown emails and attachment by doing simple setting you can stop seeing the emails of the unknown sender and unsafe attachments.
3. Encryption Software:
Some encryption software is available on the internet and it will help you secure the most important information and emails.
4. Use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS):
The Microsoft Trust Center helps you secure your emails, links, and information more by applying simple tips and tricks.
This post was submitted by Muhammad Shoaib of Top10BestPro.
2017 has been quite an exciting year for electric bikes. Be it the open country roads or the challenging mountain roads or even the crowded city roads, electric bikes give you added power to make your ride’s a lot more fun! Battery strength and range are some of the important characteristics to be considered for choosing an e-bike. Electric bikes can be chosen based on the purpose of use and also the terrain!
Here are some of the most popular electric bikes in Europe in 2017. These include the best-designed bikes, lightest bikes and so much more.
1. Raleigh Motus Hub Low Step
Talking about the most popular electric bikes in Europe, we land on to the Raleigh Motus Hub Lowstep, a machine which has proved its worth amongst the users. The one aspect that makes it famous is the use of Bosch batteries which can work well up to 110 miles in Eco mode. It also comes with a Turbo mode and you can switch between the two modes very easily. Some of the accessories that make the bike a popular one include a separate luggage rack along with lights and mudguards. Besides, the Walk button is especially helpful when you are merely pushing the bike along.
2. Specialized Turbo Levo HT
Up next is an exciting new product from Evans Cycles, a brand well known in the mountain bike industry but has ventured into electric bikes pretty recently. This particular product is a combination of mountain bikes and electric bikes to form one of the best electric mountain bikes. The whole frame gives a pretty sturdy appearance with the battery and motor well fitted within the frame. The batteries are rechargeable and can last for about 3-4 hours.
3. Coyote Commute Folding Electric Bike
The reason why this bike fits into the list of the most popular electric bikes is because of its foldable design. Yes, you heard that right! The sturdy and agile bike can be folded in order to carry it around on trains or cars or even to save storage space at home. Apart from that, the another exciting aspect of the electric bike is the battery which is made from cells from Panasonic which promises a range of about 30 miles or more!
4. Elby Bike
How would you like a bike that can be shared among different people starting from heights of 5 feet to 6’ 5”? It does really sound like a great idea! The idea has been brought to fruition in the form of this Elby Bike- the one bike for the entire household! It might not be the classiest looking electric bike but proves to be a very effective machine for running errands. It comes with a Super Nova lighting system and a rear carrier.
5. Woosh Krieger
The next product that fits into our list is a power packed performer from the house of Woosh. This is why it paves the way for power cycling that can be managed even without working on the pedal. The fact that it can move up smoothly along most decently steep hills is a testimony to the power of this machine. Its range extends to about 70 miles which are pretty impressive as compared to its competitors. In spite of the electric bike being a heavy device, you can manage it without any assisted power.
6. Faraday Porteur
This particular electric bike is popular merely because it is the most stylishly designed electric bike in 2017! The designing can be described with two words: sleek and streamlined. It is rather inexpensive and proves to be a great choice for the enthusiasts. Once you are on the bike, you can ride it very easily without the electrical assist. The bike does not only look smooth but gives you some of the smoothest riding experiences as well! Very different from a conventional e-bike, it proves to be an instant hit!
7. Volt Kensington
This electric bike comes from the house of UK-based cycle brand Volt and looks a real stunner! It comes with a number of advantages. For instance, it has five levels of power, all thanks to the Panasonic battery! With accessories like mudguards, lights, and a conventional storage rack, it can work well up to 60 miles on a single charge of the battery.
8. Italjet Ascot
If vintage bikes are your forte, then the Italjet Ascot is your best friend in 2017! With a retro look, the bike defines a class in every possible way! The leather handlebar tape is a testament to the class that this bike possesses. The brown bubble tires are complemented by the classic old gold chain and a perfectly designed leather saddle. Running on the battery, the bike can manage up to 15 miles per hour. Any performance beyond that has to be the work of your legs.
9. Gocycle G3
The Gocycle G3 is one of the most intelligently designed electric bikes and that is what makes it a popular choice among riders. The precision makes it an attractive buy. For instance, the handlebars come with special daytime lights to help the machine stand out. The whole frame is made from magnesium that keeps the weight of the bike in check to only a little above 16 kg. Talking about storage, the wheels can be detached for best results. Also, it works for a range of 50 miles!
10. Infineum Extreme
This is another interesting addition to the list of the most popular electric bikes. This product runs on a battery that can give around 25-30 miles per cell. The best part is that there is a separate system to store some extra batteries on the rear wheel whenever required. The speed and battery strength is clearly shown on the backlit display on the handlebar. The presence of the throttle gives you the chance to ride without actually pedaling. On the whole, it gives you a decent ride at affordable prices!
Author Bio: Thamina Jannat is a tech journalist and blogger on ProTechSourced.com – At ProTechSourced we provide you with all the latest information on technology related stories, products and much more .
Much have changed since the early days of gadgets and personal tech devices. Now, a multitude of gadgets come with a wide variety of features and functions. Many are even more powerful than some desktop computers that are still being used in offices and schools. But are all of these added features and functions really adding palpable utility to users?
The following are some of the features and specs in gadgets that are arguably unnecessary or not being used. These features are present many of the gadgets dubbed as “most useless” by tech sites and blogs.
Excessive Camera Resolution
From the lowly VGA resolution of yesteryears, mobile phone cameras nowadays are equipped with sensors capable of capturing images at resolutions 12 megapixels or higher. There are even those that go higher than 20 MP and some packing 41 MP. Back in 2015, the possibility of smartphones equipped with 52 MP sensors also emerged, as one company called Light was expected to introduce a camera module with an array of lenses and sensors. But is it really necessary to have these much megapixels in mobile cameras? Arguably, many will say “no.” After all, more megapixels don’t always translate to better image quality and require more image processing power and time. Apple’s refusal to go higher than 12 MP and Samsung’s decision to go back to 12 MP for its flagship smartphone should be hint enough.
Ultra Fast LTE Radio
Would you buy a device advertised as the fastest 4G LTE smartphone? It would be wise not to make the fast LTE speed feature a major factor in your decision making. Back in 2013, Huawei released a smartphone dubbed as the “fastest smartphone in the world” because it packed an LTE radio capable of handling LTE speeds of up to 150 Mbps. While only a few internet providers can serve up to 100 Mbps, most of them are still unable to match up. Some may say that this is good for “future proofing” but it’s worth pointing out that smartphones tend to become “old” or relatively outdated around a couple of years later. The ability to handle internet connections with extreme speeds is not something many consumers need and
Extremely High Mobile Display Resolutions
Seriously, who needs a smartphone with a 4K display? While it is true that higher resolutions on mobile phones can be advantageous when using these devices as virtual reality displays, going 4K can safely be considered an overkill. Past the 2K or even the 1080p mark, higher mobile display resolutions don’t noticeably translate to sharper images. Usually, what they end up bringing to a device are faster battery drain and greater demand on the processor and video card. They also mean higher prices. The advantage they offer are superficial at best, which is usually in the form of bragging rights.
Touch Screens on Refrigerators
These are essentially tablets embedded on the door of refrigerators. Whose idea was this? That “inventor” must have really run out of good ideas. Why would there be a need to put a touch display on a refrigerator? To monitor the supplies stored and send alerts when the need to restock arises? To make it easier to control the temperature? Arguably, making refrigerators “smart” this way does not make a lot of sense and is unlikely to produce a hit. Add to this the fact that refrigerators last 10 years or more, so by around halfway its useful life, it’s likely that the software on the touch display (essentially the integrated tablet) has already become obsolete. Manufacturers most likely already realize the drawbacks but they’re perhaps just trying out many things to see which one sticks to the evolving wants and needs of consumers. Also, it’s undeniable that they also want to earn the distinction of being the first to offer the idea or they may also be playing catch up with other manufacturers, fearing that others may make a hit out of such a ridiculous idea and they will be left out.
They are on TVs and also on smartphones. Do they offer any real advantage, though? Theoretically, curved displays supposedly provide a more immersive viewing experience and are purportedly more comfortable for the eyes. They also supposedly reduce glare. Additionally, they look new so they can somehow excite buyers. However, it can be argued that they don’t really offer practical advantages all in all. To get the optimum viewing experience or the so-called immersive experience, you have to be fixed in one position. If you view a TV with a curved display from the sides, the image will look distorted. As such, curved displays are far from ideal for the enjoyment of multiple viewers. The same goes for curved displays on smartphones and computers. They are generally unnecessary. It can even be said that they have just been introduced in the market for the lack of something new to offer or simply because manufacturers just want to brag that they already have the technology to manufacture these curved displays.
Instead of bumping up specs and introducing new technologies to achieve the things discussed above, it would be better for manufacturers to improve on other more worthwhile things like improving the capacity of the batteries or using gloss-free glass for displays. This is not to say, though, that the things mentioned above are totally unnecessary. They may eventually become useful and necessary but for now, what’s quite clear is that not many gadget owners use or take advantage of them.