CompuBrain Social Media 2.0 Best Social Media Agency Website Designing Company Ahmedabad Web Designing Agency Surat Search Engine Optimization Baroda Social Media Marketing Digital Media Agency Rajkot Technology Consultancy Mumbai Internet Reputation Management in Gujarat Hosting Services India

Tackle your Negative reviews with our Reputation Management services #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #DigitalMediaAgency #ReputationManagement #Ahmedabad

Tackle your Negative reviews with our Reputation Management services #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #DigitalMediaAgency #ReputationManagement #Ahmedabad

Tackle your Negative reviews with our Reputation Management services #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #DigitalMediaAgency #ReputationManagement #Ahmedabad

Read More

Excerpts from what the art lovers of Gujarat have to say on Karsandas Pay & Use. #KPNU #MovieReview #GujaratiFilm #NowInCinemas Proud to be an active part of this novel film.

Excerpts from what the art lovers of Gujarat have to say on Karsandas Pay & Use. #KPNU #MovieReview #GujaratiFilm #NowInCinemas Proud to be an active part of this novel film.

Excerpts from what the art lovers of Gujarat have to say on Karsandas Pay & Use. #KPNU #MovieReview #GujaratiFilm #NowInCinemas Proud to be an active part of this novel film.

Read More

#TechNews: Google's obsession with sweets continues with Android 5.0, now officially known as #Lollipop. The latest version of the #Android operating system, which was previewed at the company's Google I/O event in June, was officially launched Wednesday. Over the past few months, Android 5.0 has been known as Android L. #Business #Technology #Innovation

#TechNews: Google's obsession with sweets continues with Android 5.0, now officially known as #Lollipop. The latest version of the #Android operating system, which was previewed at the company's Google I/O event in June, was officially launched Wednesday. Over the past few months, Android 5.0 has been known as Android L. #Business #Technology #Innovation

#TechNews: Google's obsession with sweets continues with Android 5.0, now officially known as #Lollipop. The latest version of the #Android operating system, which was previewed at the company's Google I/O event in June, was officially launched Wednesday. Over the past few months, Android 5.0 has been known as Android L. #Business #Technology #Innovation

Read More

... Amped Wireless Releases New, Speed-Boosting Wi-Fi Technology ... Amped wireless releases new technology to make your wi-fi network even faster. New boostband™ technology update speeds up your amped wireless network, making it up to 2x faster than before. Read more at http://www.legitreviews.com/amped-wireless-releases-new-speed-boosting-wi-fi-technology_137766#mwmwqz7wy4cmcilx.99

... Amped Wireless Releases New, Speed-Boosting Wi-Fi Technology ... Amped wireless releases new technology to make your wi-fi network even faster. New boostband™ technology update speeds up your amped wireless network, making it up to 2x faster than before. Read more at http://www.legitreviews.com/amped-wireless-releases-new-speed-boosting-wi-fi-technology_137766#mwmwqz7wy4cmcilx.99

... Amped Wireless Releases New, Speed-Boosting Wi-Fi Technology ... Amped wireless releases new technology to make your wi-fi network even faster. New boostband™ technology update speeds up your amped wireless network, making it up to 2x faster than before. Read more at http://www.legitreviews.com/amped-wireless-releases-new-speed-boosting-wi-fi-technology_137766#mwmwqz7wy4cmcilx.99

Read More

... Yahoo Tabs feature is back ... The much requested Yahoo Tabs feature is back in a new and improved avatar. Yahoo mail got a lot a criticism for removing tabs and some of the other features from its new mail interface. Now based on the users feedback Yahoo! has reintroduced the Tabs feature and according to the company it is much better than before. Yahoo has replaced the Tabs feature with a Recent View feature that allowed users to toggle between search results, emails and drafts. Now users can choose between the recent view and tab feature according to their convenience. Yahoo has also added a 'Preview All' option for viewers. Yahoo states on its official blog post, "We're bringing back tabs, but this time, they're a bit smarter." Don't worry if you cant see the new tabs feature immediately, Yahoo states that it will be rolled out in the next few days globally.

... Yahoo Tabs feature is back ... The much requested Yahoo Tabs feature is back in a new and improved avatar. Yahoo mail got a lot a criticism for removing tabs and some of the other features from its new mail interface. Now based on the users feedback Yahoo! has reintroduced the Tabs feature and according to the company it is much better than before. Yahoo has replaced the Tabs feature with a Recent View feature that allowed users to toggle between search results, emails and drafts. Now users can choose between the recent view and tab feature according to their convenience. Yahoo has also added a 'Preview All' option for viewers. Yahoo states on its official blog post, "We're bringing back tabs, but this time, they're a bit smarter." Don't worry if you cant see the new tabs feature immediately, Yahoo states that it will be rolled out in the next few days globally.

... Yahoo Tabs feature is back ... The much requested Yahoo Tabs feature is back in a new and improved avatar. Yahoo mail got a lot a criticism for removing tabs and some of the other features from its new mail interface. Now based on the users feedback Yahoo! has reintroduced the Tabs feature and according to the company it is much better than before. Yahoo has replaced the Tabs feature with a Recent View feature that allowed users to toggle between search results, emails and drafts. Now users can choose between the recent view and tab feature according to their convenience. Yahoo has also added a 'Preview All' option for viewers. Yahoo states on its official blog post, "We're bringing back tabs, but this time, they're a bit smarter." Don't worry if you cant see the new tabs feature immediately, Yahoo states that it will be rolled out in the next few days globally.

Read More

Windows 8.1 isn't just an OS, it's a lesson in course correction: Windows 8.1 is a solid effort—and with the public-preview release of Windows 8.1, Microsoft has shored up the foundation of its entire ecosystem, allowing developers to build their apps on top of what was once shaky ground. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2043264/windows-8-1-isnt-just-an-os-its-a-lesson-in-course-correction.html

Windows 8.1 isn't just an OS, it's a lesson in course correction: Windows 8.1 is a solid effort—and with the public-preview release of Windows 8.1, Microsoft has shored up the foundation of its entire ecosystem, allowing developers to build their apps on top of what was once shaky ground. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2043264/windows-8-1-isnt-just-an-os-its-a-lesson-in-course-correction.html

Windows 8.1 isn't just an OS, it's a lesson in course correction: Windows 8.1 is a solid effort—and with the public-preview release of Windows 8.1, Microsoft has shored up the foundation of its entire ecosystem, allowing developers to build their apps on top of what was once shaky ground. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2043264/windows-8-1-isnt-just-an-os-its-a-lesson-in-course-correction.html

Read More

Micromax Canvas HD review: Worth the price - Canvas HD features an IPS display measuring 5-inch that boasts of 1280x720p (HD) resolution and 294ppi pixel density. The phone has a 1.2GHz quad-core Mediatek processor, coupled with 1GB RAM, and 4GB onboard memory with microSD compatibility up to 32GB. Connectivity suite of this phone is quite standard and comprises 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and microUSB 2.0. You get an 8MP camera with LED flash on the back and a 2MP snapper in the front with this dual-sim smartphone.

Micromax Canvas HD review: Worth the price - Canvas HD features an IPS display measuring 5-inch that boasts of 1280x720p (HD) resolution and 294ppi pixel density. The phone has a 1.2GHz quad-core Mediatek processor, coupled with 1GB RAM, and 4GB onboard memory with microSD compatibility up to 32GB. Connectivity suite of this phone is quite standard and comprises 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and microUSB 2.0. You get an 8MP camera with LED flash on the back and a 2MP snapper in the front with this dual-sim smartphone.

Micromax Canvas HD review: Worth the price - Canvas HD features an IPS display measuring 5-inch that boasts of 1280x720p (HD) resolution and 294ppi pixel density. The phone has a 1.2GHz quad-core Mediatek processor, coupled with 1GB RAM, and 4GB onboard memory with microSD compatibility up to 32GB. Connectivity suite of this phone is quite standard and comprises 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and microUSB 2.0. You get an 8MP camera with LED flash on the back and a 2MP snapper in the front with this dual-sim smartphone.

Read More

BlackBerry Z10 review: Easier to use than Android, more difficult than iPhone It's the first phone to run the new BlackBerry 10 operating system. The Z10 looks like every other smartphone on the shelf. It's a flat black slab with a touch screen, nearly indistinguishable at 15 feet from the iPhone 5 or a bevy of Android smartphones. The screen measures 4.2 inches diagonally, a bit bigger than the iPhone but smaller than most Android phones. The Z10 is easier to use than an Android phone. It is more difficult to use than the iPhone, but it is also more powerful, giving you faster access to your email, tweets, Facebook status updates and text messages. BlackBerry diehards will lament the lack of a physical keyboard - they'll have to wait for the Q10, a model in the more traditional BlackBerry form. That's due this spring. But before writing off the Z10, these loyalists should try its on-screen keyboard. It's really very good.

BlackBerry Z10 review: Easier to use than Android, more difficult than iPhone It's the first phone to run the new BlackBerry 10 operating system. The Z10 looks like every other smartphone on the shelf. It's a flat black slab with a touch screen, nearly indistinguishable at 15 feet from the iPhone 5 or a bevy of Android smartphones. The screen measures 4.2 inches diagonally, a bit bigger than the iPhone but smaller than most Android phones. The Z10 is easier to use than an Android phone. It is more difficult to use than the iPhone, but it is also more powerful, giving you faster access to your email, tweets, Facebook status updates and text messages. BlackBerry diehards will lament the lack of a physical keyboard - they'll have to wait for the Q10, a model in the more traditional BlackBerry form. That's due this spring. But before writing off the Z10, these loyalists should try its on-screen keyboard. It's really very good.

BlackBerry Z10 review: Easier to use than Android, more difficult than iPhone It's the first phone to run the new BlackBerry 10 operating system. The Z10 looks like every other smartphone on the shelf. It's a flat black slab with a touch screen, nearly indistinguishable at 15 feet from the iPhone 5 or a bevy of Android smartphones. The screen measures 4.2 inches diagonally, a bit bigger than the iPhone but smaller than most Android phones. The Z10 is easier to use than an Android phone. It is more difficult to use than the iPhone, but it is also more powerful, giving you faster access to your email, tweets, Facebook status updates and text messages. BlackBerry diehards will lament the lack of a physical keyboard - they'll have to wait for the Q10, a model in the more traditional BlackBerry form. That's due this spring. But before writing off the Z10, these loyalists should try its on-screen keyboard. It's really very good.

Read More

:: Mondrian, The Fanless Mini PC From Jeffrey Stephenson :: Jeffrey Stephenson is well known for creating custom PCs using wood, although this time Jeffrey’s latest creations is a little different, as well as using a range of wood he has also used acrylic to create the Mondrian, a mini fanless PC inspired by the Dutch artists Piet Mondrian. The Mondrian was created using birch plywood basswood and colored hand cut acrylic tiles and uses a fanless mini-ITX design. The Mondrian is powered by an Intel Core i3-2105 processor, and also features Intel HD graphics, a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a 120w picoPSU, for the OS Jeffrey has installed Windows 8 Consumer Preview

:: Mondrian, The Fanless Mini PC From Jeffrey Stephenson :: Jeffrey Stephenson is well known for creating custom PCs using wood, although this time Jeffrey’s latest creations is a little different, as well as using a range of wood he has also used acrylic to create the Mondrian, a mini fanless PC inspired by the Dutch artists Piet Mondrian. The Mondrian was created using birch plywood basswood and colored hand cut acrylic tiles and uses a fanless mini-ITX design. The Mondrian is powered by an Intel Core i3-2105 processor, and also features Intel HD graphics, a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a 120w picoPSU, for the OS Jeffrey has installed Windows 8 Consumer Preview

:: Mondrian, The Fanless Mini PC From Jeffrey Stephenson :: Jeffrey Stephenson is well known for creating custom PCs using wood, although this time Jeffrey’s latest creations is a little different, as well as using a range of wood he has also used acrylic to create the Mondrian, a mini fanless PC inspired by the Dutch artists Piet Mondrian. The Mondrian was created using birch plywood basswood and colored hand cut acrylic tiles and uses a fanless mini-ITX design. The Mondrian is powered by an Intel Core i3-2105 processor, and also features Intel HD graphics, a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and a 120w picoPSU, for the OS Jeffrey has installed Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Read More

:: Facebook challenge: Cashing in on mobile devices :: Lots of people love their cellphones. Facebook, so far, is not a big fan. Amid the jaw-dropping financial figures the company revealed last week when it filed for a public offering was an interesting admission. Although more than half of its 845 million members log into Facebook on a mobile device, the company has not yet found a way to make real money from that use. "We do not currently directly generate any meaningful revenue from the use of Facebook mobile products, and our ability to do so successfully is unproven," the company said in its review of the risks it faces. In a world that is rapidly moving toward an era of mobile computing, this is a troubling issue for Silicon Valley's brightest star - particularly since much of Facebook's growth right now is in countries like Chile, Turkey, Venezuela and Brazil, where people largely have access to the Internet using cellphones. Facebook is not the only company struggling to translate the success of its website to mobile devices, where screen space is at a premium and people have little patience for clutter or slow loading times. It is a problem that plagues companies as diverse as news publishers and the streaming radio service Pandora, and it is likely to loom larger. There were more global shipments of smartphones than of personal computers in 2011, according to a recent report from Canalys, a research firm. But the issue seems particularly urgent in the case of Facebook, which is wildly popular among its users and is seen as a company of the future, a hybrid of social hub and information conduit, platform and publisher. In other words, if Facebook cannot figure it out, who can? Facebook brings in most of its revenue by selling space on its website to advertisers who want to reach its users. Overall spending on mobile advertising in the United States is expected to reach $2.6 billion this year, up 80 percent from $1.45 billion in 2011, according to research by eMarketer. But that will still be just a sliver of what is likely to be a $39.5 billion online advertising market. Google, a Facebook competitor on the Web, was the biggest player in the mobile ad market last year with about $750 million in revenue, and Apple came in second with more than $90 million, eMarketer says. "It's still immature when compared to online, print and TV advertising," said Noah Elkin, an analyst with eMarketer. "But it's growing at a faster pace, even though its revenues are still dwarfed by the other formats." If Facebook were to bring Zynga's games to its iPhone and iPad apps, for example, it would have to share that revenue with Apple, which requires app makers to hand over 30 percent of their proceeds. Google puts no such restrictions on apps for devices running its Android software, but given the increasing rivalry between Facebook and Google in social networking, Facebook is not in full control of its destiny there either. Source - Gesia

:: Facebook challenge: Cashing in on mobile devices :: Lots of people love their cellphones. Facebook, so far, is not a big fan. Amid the jaw-dropping financial figures the company revealed last week when it filed for a public offering was an interesting admission. Although more than half of its 845 million members log into Facebook on a mobile device, the company has not yet found a way to make real money from that use. "We do not currently directly generate any meaningful revenue from the use of Facebook mobile products, and our ability to do so successfully is unproven," the company said in its review of the risks it faces. In a world that is rapidly moving toward an era of mobile computing, this is a troubling issue for Silicon Valley's brightest star - particularly since much of Facebook's growth right now is in countries like Chile, Turkey, Venezuela and Brazil, where people largely have access to the Internet using cellphones. Facebook is not the only company struggling to translate the success of its website to mobile devices, where screen space is at a premium and people have little patience for clutter or slow loading times. It is a problem that plagues companies as diverse as news publishers and the streaming radio service Pandora, and it is likely to loom larger. There were more global shipments of smartphones than of personal computers in 2011, according to a recent report from Canalys, a research firm. But the issue seems particularly urgent in the case of Facebook, which is wildly popular among its users and is seen as a company of the future, a hybrid of social hub and information conduit, platform and publisher. In other words, if Facebook cannot figure it out, who can? Facebook brings in most of its revenue by selling space on its website to advertisers who want to reach its users. Overall spending on mobile advertising in the United States is expected to reach $2.6 billion this year, up 80 percent from $1.45 billion in 2011, according to research by eMarketer. But that will still be just a sliver of what is likely to be a $39.5 billion online advertising market. Google, a Facebook competitor on the Web, was the biggest player in the mobile ad market last year with about $750 million in revenue, and Apple came in second with more than $90 million, eMarketer says. "It's still immature when compared to online, print and TV advertising," said Noah Elkin, an analyst with eMarketer. "But it's growing at a faster pace, even though its revenues are still dwarfed by the other formats." If Facebook were to bring Zynga's games to its iPhone and iPad apps, for example, it would have to share that revenue with Apple, which requires app makers to hand over 30 percent of their proceeds. Google puts no such restrictions on apps for devices running its Android software, but given the increasing rivalry between Facebook and Google in social networking, Facebook is not in full control of its destiny there either. Source - Gesia

:: Facebook challenge: Cashing in on mobile devices :: Lots of people love their cellphones. Facebook, so far, is not a big fan. Amid the jaw-dropping financial figures the company revealed last week when it filed for a public offering was an interesting admission. Although more than half of its 845 million members log into Facebook on a mobile device, the company has not yet found a way to make real money from that use. "We do not currently directly generate any meaningful revenue from the use of Facebook mobile products, and our ability to do so successfully is unproven," the company said in its review of the risks it faces. In a world that is rapidly moving toward an era of mobile computing, this is a troubling issue for Silicon Valley's brightest star - particularly since much of Facebook's growth right now is in countries like Chile, Turkey, Venezuela and Brazil, where people largely have access to the Internet using cellphones. Facebook is not the only company struggling to translate the success of its website to mobile devices, where screen space is at a premium and people have little patience for clutter or slow loading times. It is a problem that plagues companies as diverse as news publishers and the streaming radio service Pandora, and it is likely to loom larger. There were more global shipments of smartphones than of personal computers in 2011, according to a recent report from Canalys, a research firm. But the issue seems particularly urgent in the case of Facebook, which is wildly popular among its users and is seen as a company of the future, a hybrid of social hub and information conduit, platform and publisher. In other words, if Facebook cannot figure it out, who can? Facebook brings in most of its revenue by selling space on its website to advertisers who want to reach its users. Overall spending on mobile advertising in the United States is expected to reach $2.6 billion this year, up 80 percent from $1.45 billion in 2011, according to research by eMarketer. But that will still be just a sliver of what is likely to be a $39.5 billion online advertising market. Google, a Facebook competitor on the Web, was the biggest player in the mobile ad market last year with about $750 million in revenue, and Apple came in second with more than $90 million, eMarketer says. "It's still immature when compared to online, print and TV advertising," said Noah Elkin, an analyst with eMarketer. "But it's growing at a faster pace, even though its revenues are still dwarfed by the other formats." If Facebook were to bring Zynga's games to its iPhone and iPad apps, for example, it would have to share that revenue with Apple, which requires app makers to hand over 30 percent of their proceeds. Google puts no such restrictions on apps for devices running its Android software, but given the increasing rivalry between Facebook and Google in social networking, Facebook is not in full control of its destiny there either. Source - Gesia

Read More

:: The 9 Oddest Job Interview Questions Asked at Tech Companies in 2011 :: In Glassdoor‘s annual review of the top 25 oddball questions asked in job interviews in 2011, tech companies feature highly. Although there’s just one question from Google on the list, the Wall Street Journal recently profiled the search giant’s interview process, highlighting the trademark strangeness of some of the questions. “How many people are using Facebook in San Francisco at 2:30 p.m. on a Friday?” — Asked at Google, Vendor Relations Manager candidate “If Germans were the tallest people in the world, how would you prove it?” — Asked at Hewlett-Packard, Product Marketing Manager candidate “Given 20 ‘destructible’ light bulbs (which break at a certain height), and a building with 100 floors, how do you determine the height that the light bulbs break?” — Asked at Qualcomm, Engineering candidate “How would you cure world hunger?” — Asked at Amazon.com, Software Developer candidate “You’re in a row boat, which is in a large tank filled with water. You have an anchor on board, which you throw overboard (the chain is long enough so the anchor rests completely on the bottom of the tank). Does the water level in the tank rise or fall?” — Asked at Tesla Motors, Mechanical Engineer candidate “Please spell ‘diverticulitis’.” — Asked at EMSI Engineering, Account Manager candidate “You have a bouquet of flowers. All but two are roses, all but two are daisies, and all but two are tulips. How many flowers do you have?” — Asked at Epic Systems, Corporation Project Manager/Implementation Consultant candidate “How do you feel about those jokers at Congress?” — Asked at Consolidated Electrical, Management Trainee candidate “If you were a Microsoft Office program, which one would you be?” — Asked at Summit Racing Equipment, Ecommerce candidate Source :- mashable.com