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Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Laptop Specification of Laptop Schemes 2014

Laptop Schemes 2014

Dear Students good news for you very soon you will get your own laptop. Laptop Schemes 2014 is announced you can check your university and city in the given information.

Laptop Schemes / Distribution 2014



Laptop Scheme 2014
Complete Specifications of Haier 7G - 5H :

[Basic Parameters ]
Category Notebook
Time to market in December 2013
Product Type Home
The thin portable product positioning , Ultrabook notebook
Operating system pre-installed Windows 8

[ Processor ]
CPU series Intel Core i3 4 -generation family
CPU Type Intel Core i3 4005 U
CPU clocked at 1700.000(1.7GHz)
Core frequency 2000.000
3MB cache
Motherboard chipset Intel QM87

[Storage Device ]
Memory capacity 4GB (4GB RAM)
Memory type DDR3 1333MHz
Hard disk capacity 500GB
Hard to describe 5400
No built-in CD-ROM drive type

[ Display ]
Screen size 14.000
Screen resolution 1366x768

[ Graphics ]
Two graphics card type ( performance -level graphics card + integrated graphics )
Graphics chip NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M + Intel GMA HD 4400
Memory Type DDR3
Memory capacity 2GB
128bit memory interface

[ Audio ]
Built-in audio chip audio system
Speaker Built-in speaker

[ Camera / network communications ]
Camera 720p HD webcam
Wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n wireless protocol

[ Interface ]
3 × USB2.0 data interface
Video Interface VGA, HDMI
Reader -in-1 card reader
Audio interface headphone output interface

[ Input Device ]
Touchpad pointing device
Chocolate Keyboard Keyboard description

[ Power Description ]
Battery Type 4-cell lithium battery
Life specific time depending on use environment

[Appearance]
Notebook Weight 2100
Shell material magnesium alloy
Description Hyun brushed steel casing

[ Warranty Information ]
Warranty Policy Genius, enjoy Warranty Services
Warranty time 1 year
 

Laptop Schemes / Distribution 2014

Laptop Schemes 2014

Dear Students good news for you very soon you will get your own laptop. Laptop Schemes 2014 is announced you can check your university and city in the given information.

Latest dates link as followed

17th & 18th Nov, 2014 

Laptop Schemes / Distribution 2014



Laptop Scheme 2014
Complete Specifications of Haier 7G - 5H :

[Basic Parameters ]
Category Notebook
Time to market in December 2013
Product Type Home
The thin portable product positioning , Ultrabook notebook
Operating system pre-installed Windows 8

[ Processor ]
CPU series Intel Core i3 4 -generation family
CPU Type Intel Core i3 4005 U
CPU clocked at 1700.000(1.7GHz)
Core frequency 2000.000
3MB cache
Motherboard chipset Intel QM87

[Storage Device ]
Memory capacity 4GB (4GB RAM)
Memory type DDR3 1333MHz
Hard disk capacity 500GB
Hard to describe 5400
No built-in CD-ROM drive type

[ Display ]
Screen size 14.000
Screen resolution 1366x768

[ Graphics ]
Two graphics card type ( performance -level graphics card + integrated graphics )
Graphics chip NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M + Intel GMA HD 4400
Memory Type DDR3
Memory capacity 2GB
128bit memory interface

[ Audio ]
Built-in audio chip audio system
Speaker Built-in speaker

[ Camera / network communications ]
Camera 720p HD webcam
Wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n wireless protocol

[ Interface ]
3 × USB2.0 data interface
Video Interface VGA, HDMI
Reader -in-1 card reader
Audio interface headphone output interface

[ Input Device ]
Touchpad pointing device
Chocolate Keyboard Keyboard description

[ Power Description ]
Battery Type 4-cell lithium battery
Life specific time depending on use environment

[Appearance]
Notebook Weight 2100
Shell material magnesium alloy
Description Hyun brushed steel casing

[ Warranty Information ]
Warranty Policy Genius, enjoy Warranty Services
Warranty time 1 year
 

Monday, 28 April 2014

Amazing Magic Videos

Amazing Magic Videos

Unbeliveable magic video you cant forget it for a long time
video


Thursday, 24 April 2014

PTI Victory in Election 2014

Its a great news once again for PTI that they have won the SAWAT seat PK-86 in election 24-April-2014.

The get this seat from PML.

for further details check the given link

http://e.dunya.com.pk/detail.php?date=2014-04-25&edition=ISL&id=1022990_17219018

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

MultiVitamin and its benefits

Multivitamin and its benefits

As we all know these days human life become a machine life. Every body is busy here or there no time for their own life running for money, utilities, life style, gadgets, new technology etc etc. But unfortunately we forget that we have our own life as well which required many things and on the behalf of those things human can work properly.

So there are several way through which we can work better and perfect.

First way is cheap and simple but difficult to manage it which to take natural diet (Foods,Fruits,Meat,Eggs,Vegetables, Oil, Juices) etc. So each eating stuff provide us different Vitamins and minerals. But due to heavy schedule of life style its not manageable most of the time.

Second way is little costly healthy too and more easy to manage it. You can use Multivitamins  

Shoes Thrown on Shahbaz Shareef

Shoes Thrown on Shahbaz Shareef


Shoes Thrown on Shahbaz Shareef
Latest by ARY News. 24-April,2014

Mobilink 3G

3G and 4G technology in pakistan

Finally its a great news for Pakistani Mobile users that they have 3G and 4G technology in Pakistan.
Mobilink 3G

  Mobilink grabs 21 Mhz band including license of 10 Mhz band of 3g.

Ufone 3G


Zong 4G

Zong has won 10 Mega Hertz (Mhz) and 18 Mhz spectrum of 3g and 4g licences respectively.

Zong has been declared eligible to purchase one license of 4g technology after winning bid while the cost of one 4g license is Rs50 billion.


4G Technology

Only Zong currently holding the 4G technology in Pakistan. On 23-April-2014 Zong won the 4G license and its a great news for Zong users that they now avail the best internet service here onward.

Benefits of 4G Technology
There was a time, not too long ago, when 3G wireless networking was the “in” thing for everyone in the mobile device industry, right from vendors to operators to end-users. 3G had then opened doors to hitherto unimaginable mobile computing, new applications, rocket-speed browsing and video streaming and so on.



  • Less Expensive
  • Experts think that 4G systems, which is still only starting off in many countries of the world, will end up being much cheaper than 3G. They believe that the new system can be built over the existing system, without the operator having to completely retool and purchase and entirely new spectrum.While 3G requires an entirely new spectrum and standard, 4G makes good use of existing technologies. In fact, 4G is capable of seamless integration with 2G, Bluetooth and even LAN networks, which makes it far more versatile than its predecessor.



  • Much Faster
  • Needless to say, 4G also provides far faster data services than its predecessor. This would also make the going much easier for those working with heavy applications, such as advanced VoIP and video streaming. 4G networking transmits speeds of greater than 20MB per second, hence, can offer high bandwidth services anywhere it is installed, including homes, offices and public places such as airports, cafes and so on.
    This gives operators the opportunity to offer user much better services, thereby increasing their own businesses.



  • High Profits
  • Since the entire networking process is much cheaper for providers, they will be easily able to recover their initial financial investment in the project. Not only that, while they can offer much cheaper basic service to their customers, they could also charge well enough for providing advanced data services to business enterprises, which would like to maintain hotspots. Though 3G is not bad either, it becomes more difficult for the provider to recover his initial capital. LAN is already quite popular and offers relatively good speed and hence, any existing LAN user would think twice before going in for the much more expensive 3G.

    Mobile telcos who have invested heavily in 3G are now beginning to worry that their heavy investment may not yield the expected profits. 3G network providers too are finding it difficult to fund their venture.
    Of course, mobile 3G is yet strong enough to hold on in most nations of the world, and hence, will not totter too soon. In fact, many companies actually think of both 3G and 4G as complimentary networking systems, which would be able to work side-by-side, since each one has strengths that the other lacks.
    But for how long can 3G actually survive in the mobile networking race? Will it finally be completely washed over by 4G? Well, we can only wait and watch – time will unfold the answer.

    What are the main differences between 3G & 4G?

    Speed & Frequencies

    4G is quicker than 3G which means less buffering, better audio quality, improved gaming experience and streaming services with reduced lag. The other key difference is the frequencies (spectrum) used to broadcast our 3G and 4G networks.
    • Our 4G / 4G Plus networks use the 1800 & 2300MHz frequency bands
    • Our 3G / 3G Plus networks use the 900 & 2100MHz frequency bands

    Latency

    Latency is a measure of the time it takes for data to travel from a PC/Mobile to the internet and back. On 4G that time is around half that experienced on current 3G networks meaning real-time applications like video conferencing, internet gaming and cloud-hosted streaming services work better with less buffering and fewer interruptions.

    Cell breathing

    'Cell shrinkage' or 'Cell breathing' occurs mainly on 2G or 3G networks. This happens when a mobile tower trades coverage for capacity. The effect is that the coverage size or 'coverage umbrella' reduces to allow more data to be sent.
    4G and 4G Plus are higher capacity LTE networks that are designed to carry large amounts of data and therefore reduce the likelihood of cell shrinkage.

    Ufone 3G

    3G and 4G technology in pakistan

    Finally its a great news for Pakistani Mobile users that they have 3G and 4G technology in Pakistan.
    Mobilink 3G

      Mobilink grabs 21 Mhz band including license of 10 Mhz band of 3g.

    Ufone 3G


    Zong 4G

    Zong has won 10 Mega Hertz (Mhz) and 18 Mhz spectrum of 3g and 4g licences respectively.

    Zong has been declared eligible to purchase one license of 4g technology after winning bid while the cost of one 4g license is Rs50 billion.


    4G Technology

    Only Zong currently holding the 4G technology in Pakistan. On 23-April-2014 Zong won the 4G license and its a great news for Zong users that they now avail the best internet service here onward.

    Benefits of 4G Technology
    There was a time, not too long ago, when 3G wireless networking was the “in” thing for everyone in the mobile device industry, right from vendors to operators to end-users. 3G had then opened doors to hitherto unimaginable mobile computing, new applications, rocket-speed browsing and video streaming and so on.



  • Less Expensive
  • Experts think that 4G systems, which is still only starting off in many countries of the world, will end up being much cheaper than 3G. They believe that the new system can be built over the existing system, without the operator having to completely retool and purchase and entirely new spectrum.While 3G requires an entirely new spectrum and standard, 4G makes good use of existing technologies. In fact, 4G is capable of seamless integration with 2G, Bluetooth and even LAN networks, which makes it far more versatile than its predecessor.



  • Much Faster
  • Needless to say, 4G also provides far faster data services than its predecessor. This would also make the going much easier for those working with heavy applications, such as advanced VoIP and video streaming. 4G networking transmits speeds of greater than 20MB per second, hence, can offer high bandwidth services anywhere it is installed, including homes, offices and public places such as airports, cafes and so on.
    This gives operators the opportunity to offer user much better services, thereby increasing their own businesses.



  • High Profits
  • Since the entire networking process is much cheaper for providers, they will be easily able to recover their initial financial investment in the project. Not only that, while they can offer much cheaper basic service to their customers, they could also charge well enough for providing advanced data services to business enterprises, which would like to maintain hotspots. Though 3G is not bad either, it becomes more difficult for the provider to recover his initial capital. LAN is already quite popular and offers relatively good speed and hence, any existing LAN user would think twice before going in for the much more expensive 3G.

    Mobile telcos who have invested heavily in 3G are now beginning to worry that their heavy investment may not yield the expected profits. 3G network providers too are finding it difficult to fund their venture.
    Of course, mobile 3G is yet strong enough to hold on in most nations of the world, and hence, will not totter too soon. In fact, many companies actually think of both 3G and 4G as complimentary networking systems, which would be able to work side-by-side, since each one has strengths that the other lacks.
    But for how long can 3G actually survive in the mobile networking race? Will it finally be completely washed over by 4G? Well, we can only wait and watch – time will unfold the answer.

    What are the main differences between 3G & 4G?

    Speed & Frequencies

    4G is quicker than 3G which means less buffering, better audio quality, improved gaming experience and streaming services with reduced lag. The other key difference is the frequencies (spectrum) used to broadcast our 3G and 4G networks.
    • Our 4G / 4G Plus networks use the 1800 & 2300MHz frequency bands
    • Our 3G / 3G Plus networks use the 900 & 2100MHz frequency bands

    Latency

    Latency is a measure of the time it takes for data to travel from a PC/Mobile to the internet and back. On 4G that time is around half that experienced on current 3G networks meaning real-time applications like video conferencing, internet gaming and cloud-hosted streaming services work better with less buffering and fewer interruptions.

    Cell breathing

    'Cell shrinkage' or 'Cell breathing' occurs mainly on 2G or 3G networks. This happens when a mobile tower trades coverage for capacity. The effect is that the coverage size or 'coverage umbrella' reduces to allow more data to be sent.
    4G and 4G Plus are higher capacity LTE networks that are designed to carry large amounts of data and therefore reduce the likelihood of cell shrinkage.

    Zong 4G

    3G and 4G technology in pakistan

    Finally its a great news for Pakistani Mobile users that they have 3G and 4G technology in Pakistan.
    Mobilink 3G

      Mobilink grabs 21 Mhz band including license of 10 Mhz band of 3g.

    Ufone 3G


    Zong 4G

    Zong has won 10 Mega Hertz (Mhz) and 18 Mhz spectrum of 3g and 4g licences respectively.

    Zong has been declared eligible to purchase one license of 4g technology after winning bid while the cost of one 4g license is Rs50 billion.


    4G Technology

    Only Zong currently holding the 4G technology in Pakistan. On 23-April-2014 Zong won the 4G license and its a great news for Zong users that they now avail the best internet service here onward.

    Benefits of 4G Technology
    There was a time, not too long ago, when 3G wireless networking was the “in” thing for everyone in the mobile device industry, right from vendors to operators to end-users. 3G had then opened doors to hitherto unimaginable mobile computing, new applications, rocket-speed browsing and video streaming and so on.



  • Less Expensive
  • Experts think that 4G systems, which is still only starting off in many countries of the world, will end up being much cheaper than 3G. They believe that the new system can be built over the existing system, without the operator having to completely retool and purchase and entirely new spectrum.While 3G requires an entirely new spectrum and standard, 4G makes good use of existing technologies. In fact, 4G is capable of seamless integration with 2G, Bluetooth and even LAN networks, which makes it far more versatile than its predecessor.



  • Much Faster
  • Needless to say, 4G also provides far faster data services than its predecessor. This would also make the going much easier for those working with heavy applications, such as advanced VoIP and video streaming. 4G networking transmits speeds of greater than 20MB per second, hence, can offer high bandwidth services anywhere it is installed, including homes, offices and public places such as airports, cafes and so on.
    This gives operators the opportunity to offer user much better services, thereby increasing their own businesses.



  • High Profits
  • Since the entire networking process is much cheaper for providers, they will be easily able to recover their initial financial investment in the project. Not only that, while they can offer much cheaper basic service to their customers, they could also charge well enough for providing advanced data services to business enterprises, which would like to maintain hotspots. Though 3G is not bad either, it becomes more difficult for the provider to recover his initial capital. LAN is already quite popular and offers relatively good speed and hence, any existing LAN user would think twice before going in for the much more expensive 3G.

    Mobile telcos who have invested heavily in 3G are now beginning to worry that their heavy investment may not yield the expected profits. 3G network providers too are finding it difficult to fund their venture.
    Of course, mobile 3G is yet strong enough to hold on in most nations of the world, and hence, will not totter too soon. In fact, many companies actually think of both 3G and 4G as complimentary networking systems, which would be able to work side-by-side, since each one has strengths that the other lacks.
    But for how long can 3G actually survive in the mobile networking race? Will it finally be completely washed over by 4G? Well, we can only wait and watch – time will unfold the answer.

    What are the main differences between 3G & 4G?

    Speed & Frequencies

    4G is quicker than 3G which means less buffering, better audio quality, improved gaming experience and streaming services with reduced lag. The other key difference is the frequencies (spectrum) used to broadcast our 3G and 4G networks.
    • Our 4G / 4G Plus networks use the 1800 & 2300MHz frequency bands
    • Our 3G / 3G Plus networks use the 900 & 2100MHz frequency bands

    Latency

    Latency is a measure of the time it takes for data to travel from a PC/Mobile to the internet and back. On 4G that time is around half that experienced on current 3G networks meaning real-time applications like video conferencing, internet gaming and cloud-hosted streaming services work better with less buffering and fewer interruptions.

    Cell breathing

    'Cell shrinkage' or 'Cell breathing' occurs mainly on 2G or 3G networks. This happens when a mobile tower trades coverage for capacity. The effect is that the coverage size or 'coverage umbrella' reduces to allow more data to be sent.
    4G and 4G Plus are higher capacity LTE networks that are designed to carry large amounts of data and therefore reduce the likelihood of cell shrinkage.

    3G and 4G technology in pakistan

    3G and 4G technology in pakistan

    Finally its a great news for Pakistani Mobile users that they have 3G and 4G technology in Pakistan.
    Mobilink 3G

      Mobilink grabs 21 Mhz band including license of 10 Mhz band of 3g.

    Ufone 3G


    Zong 4G

    Zong has won 10 Mega Hertz (Mhz) and 18 Mhz spectrum of 3g and 4g licences respectively.

    Zong has been declared eligible to purchase one license of 4g technology after winning bid while the cost of one 4g license is Rs50 billion.


    4G Technology

    Only Zong currently holding the 4G technology in Pakistan. On 23-April-2014 Zong won the 4G license and its a great news for Zong users that they now avail the best internet service here onward.

    Benefits of 4G Technology
    There was a time, not too long ago, when 3G wireless networking was the “in” thing for everyone in the mobile device industry, right from vendors to operators to end-users. 3G had then opened doors to hitherto unimaginable mobile computing, new applications, rocket-speed browsing and video streaming and so on.




  • Less Expensive
  • Experts think that 4G systems, which is still only starting off in many countries of the world, will end up being much cheaper than 3G. They believe that the new system can be built over the existing system, without the operator having to completely retool and purchase and entirely new spectrum.
    While 3G requires an entirely new spectrum and standard, 4G makes good use of existing technologies. In fact, 4G is capable of seamless integration with 2G, Bluetooth and even LAN networks, which makes it far more versatile than its predecessor.




  • Much Faster
  • Needless to say, 4G also provides far faster data services than its predecessor. This would also make the going much easier for those working with heavy applications, such as advanced VoIP and video streaming.
    4G networking transmits speeds of greater than 20MB per second, hence, can offer high bandwidth services anywhere it is installed, including homes, offices and public places such as airports, cafes and so on.
    This gives operators the opportunity to offer user much better services, thereby increasing their own businesses.




  • High Profits
  • Since the entire networking process is much cheaper for providers, they will be easily able to recover their initial financial investment in the project. Not only that, while they can offer much cheaper basic service to their customers, they could also charge well enough for providing advanced data services to business enterprises, which would like to maintain hotspots.
    Though 3G is not bad either, it becomes more difficult for the provider to recover his initial capital. LAN is already quite popular and offers relatively good speed and hence, any existing LAN user would think twice before going in for the much more expensive 3G.

    Mobile telcos who have invested heavily in 3G are now beginning to worry that their heavy investment may not yield the expected profits. 3G network providers too are finding it difficult to fund their venture.
    Of course, mobile 3G is yet strong enough to hold on in most nations of the world, and hence, will not totter too soon. In fact, many companies actually think of both 3G and 4G as complimentary networking systems, which would be able to work side-by-side, since each one has strengths that the other lacks.
    But for how long can 3G actually survive in the mobile networking race? Will it finally be completely washed over by 4G? Well, we can only wait and watch – time will unfold the answer.

    What are the main differences between 3G & 4G?

    Speed & Frequencies

    4G is quicker than 3G which means less buffering, better audio quality, improved gaming experience and streaming services with reduced lag. The other key difference is the frequencies (spectrum) used to broadcast our 3G and 4G networks.
    • Our 4G / 4G Plus networks use the 1800 & 2300MHz frequency bands
    • Our 3G / 3G Plus networks use the 900 & 2100MHz frequency bands

    Latency

    Latency is a measure of the time it takes for data to travel from a PC/Mobile to the internet and back. On 4G that time is around half that experienced on current 3G networks meaning real-time applications like video conferencing, internet gaming and cloud-hosted streaming services work better with less buffering and fewer interruptions.

    Cell breathing

    'Cell shrinkage' or 'Cell breathing' occurs mainly on 2G or 3G networks. This happens when a mobile tower trades coverage for capacity. The effect is that the coverage size or 'coverage umbrella' reduces to allow more data to be sent.
    4G and 4G Plus are higher capacity LTE networks that are designed to carry large amounts of data and therefore reduce the likelihood of cell shrinkage.

    Sunday, 20 April 2014

    How to Fix Charging Not Supported With This Accessory - Iphone

    How to Fix Charging Not Supported With This Accessory

    These days the Iphone users are facing a common issue which 

    Charging Not Supported With This Accessory

     

    Charging Not Supported With This Accessory

     Mostly people thought this is just happened because of latest IOS 7.0.3, because those users who recently upgraded their IOS to 7.0.3 are facing this issue. I am also facing such issue some few days ago but i found another good way as well to cover up this issue and you can try this as well.

    1. If u have never clean the charger port of your Iphone. You shall be amazed at how much dust can cracked in their. Clean it out with a needle or tooth pick, but be careful don't mess up the connector.

    If there's a lot of dust in there the charger cord can't go in all the way so it won't go in all the way so it won't connect properly. So clean it out and see if this is what's causing the charging problem.

    On the other hand i am going to share an interesting thing while getting the same error

    Charging Not Supported With This Accessory i just clean the charger and put it back on my computer USB so the message came again charging not supported with this accessory :) on the other hand i noted that previously my better charging was 20% and after 15 minutes time i noted with the same error on the screen the charging  % is 36% :) so sometime we only follows the screen message and unable to forget what actually going on in real time. Hope you will enjoy this and don't take tension.

    Sunday, 13 April 2014

    iPhone 6 release date, news and rumors

    iPhone 6 release date

    The iPhone 6 release date will be in 2014, although exactly when that will be in the year is still a little unclear.
    Here's what we think is most likely to happen: at WWDC in June this year we'll see the obvious release of iOS 8, but also a larger-screened iPhablet as Apple looks to bring itself to the fore in Asian markets and rivalling the likes of the Galaxy Note 3.
    We'd have usually given this kind of rumor a wide berth, but multiple reports have spoken of a larger device from Apple at the June event, so we're starting to give them some credence. At the very least, Apple is definitely testing it, but may not bring it to market.

    iPhone 6 release date, news and rumors

    The new iPhone could be one of the most pivotal devices in the Cupertino brand's history - with the the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C simple updates to previous models, there's a lot of pressure heaped on the iPhone 6.
    As per usual, the internet is awash with rumor, speculation and downright lies over this next-generation handset, which is why we spend our time trawling through each nugget of info, debating its merits and curating it into this easy-to-read hub for all things iPhone 6.
    Some of you might have been expecting the iPhone 6 to have debuted in 2013, but given the iPhone's history - from the 3G onwards, there's always been a half-step S model before the next numbered iPhone - we were never going to get the 6 until 2014. In fact, it will technically be the iPhone 8 by that point... but hey, who's counting these days?
    One thing is for sure, with the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2 just around the corner (plus our full HTC One (M8) review now out in wild showing a truly stunning phone), Apple will need to be on its game with the new handset - and many believe a bigger screen is simply a must.

    Saturday, 12 April 2014

    MS Marriage Centre Rawalpindi

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    Dear Parents/Brother/Sister

    As you know these days everyone is facing problem regarding proposals of their Daughters/Son because its hard to find good match. on the other hands its also a great problems to find a good marriage center because every one want to earn money. But with us Inshallah you will comfort and trust. Simply send us your groom/bride detail and your demands on the given email

    msmarriagecenter@gmail.com

    in our marriage center we currently deal marriage proposal from Rawalpindi/Islamaba. Free marriage registration so come and share your views with us.

    Regards 

    MS Marriage Center

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