Use Your Arm as a Smart-Watch Touch Pad

Rather than playing games like Angry Birds by swiping your finger across a touch screen, you may someday be able to do so by swiping your finger across your arm.

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are making this possible through a project called SkinTrack. You’d wear a ring on your index finger that emits an electrical signal that can be picked up by an electrode-laden smart watch on your other arm. A paper on it will be presented next week at the Association for Computing Machinery’s computer-human interaction conference in San Jose, California.

SkinTrack, a research project from Carnegie Mellon University, lets you use your arm as a touch pad for a smart watch.

Wearable gadgets like smart watches can be hard to interact with because they tend to have tiny displays. So the researchers figured that using your skin—specifically your wrist and hand—as a touch pad could make it easier to do things like navigate maps, make calls, or play games.
Gierad Laput, a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon University and one of the researchers behind the project, says SkinTrack works similarly to how cell towers triangulate signals to figure out your phone’s location. The researchers got SkinTrack to determine when the finger was on the skin 99 percent of the time. And by arranging the electrodes in the smart watch in a certain way, they could determine in real time where the finger was, tracking its movements on the arm and hand.

SkinTrack can sense where your finger is on your skin and track it in real time.SkinTrack can sense where your finger is on your skin and track it in real time.
With SkinTrack, your arm could be used as a touch pad for all kinds of gestures, like dialing a virtual keypad






With SkinTrack, your arm could be used as a touch pad for all kinds of gestures, like dialing a virtual keypad.

To try out SkinTrack, the researchers made several demos, including one of an Angry Birds game that could be played on their smart watch. You swipe your finger up your arm to pull the bird back in a slingshot on the watch’s display. “And when you release, the app can know the finger is off the skin, so that’s like releasing the slingshot,” he says.

As a video of the project shows, it can also be used for all kinds of gestures—like swiping left, right, up, or down. It could also be used for making the skin a virtual number pad or other kind of button pad, Laput says, or opening an app by tapping a specific spot or gesturing a letter on your arm (writing an “M” with your finger might prompt music to start playing, for instance).

SkinTrack needs work if it’s going to make it onto your body at some point, though: the ring would likely have to be much sleeker, and boast decent battery life. Laput thinks it would take a few years to make it accurate enough for anyone to use.

Amazing Chargers or Power Banks: Powering your gadgets

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Goal Zero 32001 Lighthouse 250 Portable Battery Charger USB Power Hub and Lantern
Goal Zero 32001 Lighthouse 250 Portable Battery Charger USB Power Hub and Lantern
Power Bank
Power Bank
Anker 2nd Gen Astro3 12800mAh 3-Port 4A Portable Charger
Anker 2nd Gen Astro3 12800mAh 3-Port 4A Portable Charger
LevinTM X-power Pro 10400mAh High-capacity Premium Aluminum Portable Charger External Battery Backup Power Bank
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Muta PS0701 7800mAh Power Bank
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vantree Award Winning Fast Charger Multi Device Charging Station, for iPhone, iPad, Samsung Multiple Device
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Synergy Home & Vehicle Wireless Charger for Smartphones
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Power Bank, Lightning Power Bank®, Portable 12000mAh Dual USB External portable battery charger with LED display, iPhone, iPad, Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Nokia, LG, BlackBerry, iPod, MP3, MP4, PSP, PDA and Most USB Devices

How to Setup Squid Proxy Server in Windows 7/8/10 or Windows Server

Today we will learn how easily you can setup Squid proxy server in Windows 7 / 8 / 10 or Windows server any versions.

Video Tutorial Link:

Let’s begin:

Step- 1
Download Squid server from this link:

Step- 2
Unzip Squid proxy server and paste into C:\ drive as mention below:

Step- 3
Configure the squid server type in command prompt (CMD) as mention below:

Note: Find the CMD from system32 and “Run as administrator” by right button click

cd c:\squid\sbin (Press Enter)
squid -i (Press enter for create squid service)
squid -z (Press enter for create squid log file)

Step- 4
Configure the proxy port, HTTP sites access allow/deny and log data from C:\ Squid\squid\etc\squid.conf as mention below:
Default Port: 3128
Open the squid.conf in notepad and find “http_port 3128” by typing, you can change the port: 8080

Configure HTTP sites access find “http_access deny all” by typing and change as mention below:
http_access allow all

Configure log data find “cache 100 16 256” by typing and change as mention below:
c:/squid/var/cache 5000 16 256 (Save and exit)

Step- 5
Now start the Squid service by type in command prompt (CMD) as mention below:
net start squid

Note: If you want to use this proxy any corner of the world, you may need a public IP and allow firewall the proxy port.

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How to solve Gmail “Password incorrect” errors

There are several reasons why you might see see a “Password incorrect” error when signing in to Google using third-party apps like iPhone’s Mail app. In some cases even if you type your password correctly.

Here are the most common reasons you may see this error, and steps to take to access your account:

You’re signing in from a new location or device
To protect your account, Google might make it harder to sign in to your account if we suspect it isn’t you. For example, Google might ask for additional information besides your username and password if you are traveling or if you try to sign in to your account from a new device.

  1. Go to from a different device you have previously used to access your Google account and follow the instructions.
  2. Try signing in again from the blocked app.

Your device or app may not support Google’s security standards
Some examples of apps that do not support the latest security standards include:

  • The Mail app on your iPhone or iPad with iOS 6 or below
  • The Mail app on your Windows phone preceding the 8.1 release
  • Some Mail apps (not built by Google) that come with your Android Phone
  • Some Desktop mail clients like Microsoft Outlook and Mozilla Thunderbird

To help keep your account secure, we may block these less secure apps from accessing your account. If this is the case, you have two choices:

  • Upgrade to a more secure app that uses most up to date security measures. All Google products, like Gmail, use the latest security measures.
  • Go to Allow less secure apps and choose “Allow” to let less secure apps access your Google account. We don’t recommend this option because it may make it easier for someone to gain access to your account. But some cases where you still might want to allow apps access include:

If you want to continue using an app you’re familiar with. For example, if you have a Samsung phone and check your email messages with the app that came on the phone, you can choose “Allow” to continue using it.

2-Step Verification is not supported by the app
Many apps, such as the Mail app in some versions of iOS and Windows phones, do not support 2-Step Verification. Instead, you’ll have to create an application specific password to sign in to your account. Visit Problems signing in with 2-Step verification? for instructions on how to use 2-Step Verification on your specific app or device.

Still having trouble signing in?
If you’ve tried all the options above but are still unable to sign in to your account on the app, try the following:

  1. Go to on your device’s browser.
  2. Enter your username and password, then type the letters on the screen.
  3. Go back to the app and try signing in again.

What is 5G?

What-is-5G-smartphoneJust five years after the first 4G smartphone hit the market, the wireless industry is already preparing for 5G.

Each of the four nationwide cell phone carriers, as well as smartphone chipmakers and the major network equipment companies are working on developing 5G network technology for their customers.

There are many significant hurdles that all the industry players have to clear before you’ll see a little 5G symbol next to the signal bars on your smartphone screen. For example, it has yet to be determined what 5G even means, let alone what it will look like and when it will get here.

But as consumers use up rapidly growing amounts of 4G bandwidth watching streaming videos on their phones, 5G will soon become a necessity. As telecom engineers work furiously to develop 5G technology, we’re getting a clearer picture of the who, what, where, when and why of 5G.

What is 5G?What-is-5G

The “G” in 3G, 4G and 5G stands for “generation.” So 5G will be the fifth generation of wireless network technology.
The standards for 5G have not yet been set. According to Bill Smith, president of AT&T’s (T, Tech30) network operations, 5G will likely be defined in 2018, and the standards for 5G will codified sometime in 2019 by the standards-setting International Telecommunication Union, a branch of the United Nations. The standards will determine which wireless technologies can be called “5G,” as well as what its characteristics must include, such as how fast it will be.
Still, it’s possible to make a very educated guess about what 5G will look like based on the emerging 5G technologies that the wireless industry is experimenting with.
Here’s the elevator pitch: 5G will be faster, smarter and less power-hungry than 4G, enabling a slew of new wireless gadgets. 5G will let us have faster smartphones, more smart-home devices and longer-lasting wearable gizmos.

How fast will 5G be?How-fast-will-5G-be

5G has the potential to offer speeds up to 40 times faster than 4G — fast enough to stream “8K” video in 3-D or download a 3-D movie in about 6 seconds (on 4G, it would take 6 minutes).
Unfortunately for consumers, there’s a difference between lab experiments and reality. Peak speeds are fun to dream about, but in the real world, actual speeds are much slower than promised.
Nokia (NOK), one of the biggest 5G players, believes that its 5G technology will allow for real-world speeds of about 100 Megabits per second when the network is most congested — that’s about four times faster than 4G’s top speed.
Another characteristic of 5G is that it will have ultra-low latency, meaning that it could drastically reduce the amount of time it takes for the network to respond to your commands. That could give the appearance of much faster loading websites, apps, videos and messages.

How will it work?How-will-it-work

A lot of the wireless companies’ 5G experimentation is taking place in super-high frequencies — as high as 73,000 MHz. Today’s cell phone networks broadcast signal in a range of 700 MHz to 3,500 MHz.
The advantage of high-frequency signals is that they’re capable of providing significantly faster data speeds. The disadvantage is that they travel much shorter distances and they can’t easily penetrate walls. That means thousands — perhaps even millions — of mini cell towers, or “small cells” would need to be placed on top of every lamp post, every building, inside every home and potentially every room.
That presents a host of problems. How can cell phone companies possibly process all that data? There are companies, such as Google’s recently acquired Alpental, that are working on those “backhaul” issues. But they’re not so close to a solution, according to Akshay Sharma, wireless infrastructure analyst at Gartner.
That’s why 5G might complement 4G, rather than outright replace it. In buildings and in crowded areas, 5G might provide a speed boost. But when you’re driving down the highway, 4G could be your only option — at least for a while.

When is 5G coming?When-is-5G-coming

None of these questions are going to be answered any time soon. The industry’s consensus is that it will run 5G experiments in South Korea during the 2018 Winter Olympics, with mass deployments beginning sometime in 2020.
Yet Verizon (VZ, Tech30) has said that it is working on 5G technology with the aim of bringing it to market much sooner — as early as 2017.
With all the questions surrounding 5G and all the wrinkles that need to be ironed out, it’s exceedingly unlikely that anything Verizon does will be widely deployed. For example, the smartphone makers will need to develop chips that are capable of sending and receiving 5G signal without driving costs significantly higher.

Facebook, WhatsApp most popular apps in India

Facebook,-WhatsApp-most-popSocial networking giant Facebook and mobile messaging service WhatsApp have retained their positions as the ‘most popular applications’ among Indians this year, says a new report.

Besides, Truecaller and UC Browser also figure among the top-five most popular mobile applications among Indians, as per the study conducted by WhichApp, a mobile app that helps users discover new applications that their friends use.

WhichApp, which said that more than 20 thousand apps have been discovered and downloaded via its platform, also named MX Player, Flipkart, Candy Crush, Applock and as other popular apps among Indians.

The popularity has been decided on the basis of the number of WhichApp users having and actively using the apps on their mobile phones. Only those apps have been taken into account which have been used at least once a month.

“Our future plans are to localize for vernacular languages for the non-English speaking audience and rollout in other countries as the app is only available in India right now,” WhichApp co-Founder and CEO Kapil Chawla said.

“The aim is to have 10 million users by December 2016,” he added. Currently, it has 100,000 users in the country.

11 hardest Google job interview questions

11-hardest-Google-job-interIt’s one of the most competitive companies in the world to get a job with –- so what are Google’s interview questions like?

Quora users identifying themselves as employees and former candidates at the search company have posted questions online, and we filtered down to some of the hardest.

According to one employee, the company does not reuse questions that have already been leaked online, so think of this as a mock-exam to get you up to speed on logical thinking.

Some of the best were as follows:

01 How many petrol stations are there in the US?

02 How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle?

03 Design an evacuation plan for San Francisco.

04 How many times a day does a clock’s hands overlap?

05 How many vacuum’s are made per year in US?

06 Why are manhole covers round?

07 Estimate the number of students who are college seniors, attend four-year schools, and graduate with a job in the United States every year.

08 How many degrees are there in the angle between the hour and minute hands of a clock when the time is a quarter past three?

09 You’re the captain of a pirate ship, and your crew gets to vote on how the gold is divided up. If fewer than half of the pirates agree with you, you die. How do you recommend apportioning the gold in such a way that you get a good share of the booty, but still survive?

10 How many piano tuners are there in the entire world?

11 How many golf balls could you fit into a classic American school bus?


Teamviewer v11.0 Final Download for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS and Windows Phone

Teamviewer v11.0 Final Download for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS and Windows PhoneDownload for Windows 10/8/7/XP Link: Teamviewer v11.0 Final

Improved performance – up to 15x faster
TeamViewer has been optimized to use less bandwidth and provide more efficient image rendering, so expect improved image quality at a given bandwidth. Other benefits include file transfers up to 15x faster, and up to 30% lower data usage rates.

Overhauled toolbar
Not only is TeamViewer faster, now you’re faster too. The remote control session interface has been redesigned based on user feedback and the latest research in user-interface design. Find what you want, where you expect it, when you need it.

Unattended access for Android devices
TeamViewer is the solution that supports remote control of more Android systems than anyone else. Now, it’s even possible to remotely control unattended Android devices from anywhere, at any time. Android doesn’t just mean smartphones and tablets either. Today, many devices such as point of sales (POS), ATMs, public displays, and even vending machines rely on Android.

Give your customers an SOS button
Make it extremely easy for your customers to get support. Create a custom TeamViewer QuickSupport module that puts an icon with your company’s name, or a simple call to action, right on your customer’s desktop. With just one click, customers can request help from you through your custom QuickSupport module that automatically updates to reflect your latest customizations.

Install TeamViewer Host remotely
Easily turn a first-time customer into repeat business. From a spontaneous support session, you can make unattended access possible from that point forward by installing the TeamViewer Host module remotely. You can even install your own custom Host module with your branding.

Total control of your channels
Maintain a clear overview of how your channels are being used and have channels available when and where they are needed the most. By creating separate channel groups within your license and assigning users to them, you ensure that specific teams always have access to the channels they need.

Powerful and flexible group sharing
Enjoy total control of all the groups in your Computers & Contacts list. If you have been granted “full access”, you can share groups that have been shared with you and change permissions. Move shared contacts into your own contacts, and quickly see who the owner of a shared group is as well. Managing contacts and devices has never been easier.

Save time with multi-selection
Work more efficiently by selecting multiple contacts or devices at once from within your Computers & Contacts list. For example, assign multiple devices to a group all at once, or bring additional participants into a video call by selecting them all and inviting them together.

Run TeamViewer in your browser
Use TeamViewer from within your web browser to provide remote support or for remote access. This is a convenient alternative if you lack administrative rights to install TeamViewer but still need to connect to a remote device to provide support or work collaboratively on a project.

TeamViewer chat in your web environment
Add full-featured, browser-based chat capabilities to internal web tools such as CRM or helpdesk solutions by means of a TeamViewer chat widget. This embedded chat solution provides even more flexibility and convenience by putting TeamViewer’s chat functionality directly into your working environment.

Chat from anywhere
Never miss an important conversation. Log in to your TeamViewer account from anywhere via a web browser to use it as a web-based chat platform. You can even chat on the go from your mobile device. Also, show people how you really feel with emojis :-). Of course, no matter how or from where you chat, your conversations remain end-to-end encrypted with TeamViewer.

Made for Windows 10
TeamViewer 11 is a perfect match for Windows 10, and it does more than just look good. With TeamViewer 11, you can take advantage of powerful Windows features such as improved touch gestures on the trackpad for both local and remote input.

Client enhancements
The hallmark of a premier solution is attention to detail. In the TeamViewer 11 client interface, such details are revealed through an incredibly clean design with numerous usability enhancements focused on providing a state-of-the-art user experience.

Download for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS and Windows Phone:

Download for Windows Link: Teamviewer v11.0

Download for Mac OS X Link: TeamViewer v11.0

Download for Linux TeamViewer v.11.0:
Ubuntu, Debian 32-Bit / 64-Bit Multiarch
RedHat, CentOS, Fedora, SUSE

Download for Android Link: Teamviewer v11.0 Google Play Store

Download for App for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch) Link: Teamviewer v11.0 App Store

Download for Windows Phone 8 / RT Link: TeamViewer v11.0 Windows Store