What are ADB and Fastboot? Both of these tools allow you to send terminal commands to your phone from your computer via USB. They are with different functions, but when you are using them, you probably want to install them together. Android Debug Bridge (ADB): ADB allows you to send an array of commands to… Continue reading How to work with tools like adb and fastboot on your android device (installations of Drivers and tools
Finally Google has included support for the Do Not Track. For those who do not know; it’s a privacy setting which aims to help users opt out from being tracked across web sites. This has been introduced in its latest Chrome developer build, which was released on SEPTEMBER 13, 2012. I am not sure when… Continue reading Do Not Track / DNT with google Chrome
He is out and kicking and making some noise which sounds kinda cool, see it yourself. War is not over yet, looks like he is ready for a fight too. I was never a big fan of online file vaults/cyberlockers. I like torrent better, but then looks like very body else like to have a… Continue reading Kim Dotcom Sings, creating history!
Starting my life in late 70s I was grew up watching TV series like knight rider. The kid from Knight rider was “the car of the future” and I guess it will always be like that. The car that can talk! Can drive by its self, Jump (fly!!) and go through anything, almost indestructible. Yet… Continue reading 5 fascinating cars of the future and the “Kid”
As I write this blog I see them in kickstarter, 29 days to go and already got over 500k USD over of their target. That is fast! Build to have Android running on it makes the possibilities limitless. Games, apps, streaming or just watch tv… and open hack able platform shall probably give birth to… Continue reading Ouya! The next XBOX
Open source software was born when software started to become expensive. All you needed was hardware and a complier and a group of people who was willing to share their work for free to the world provided code stays free in its re-distribution. We have come a long way since that first day. Today we… Continue reading Open Source Hardware! Build your own design you can touch and interact
Reading a blog on Acxiom Corporation making billion dollar of sales having over 1,500 data points on half a billion people makes me think what future does a privacy free internet hold for us. On one side we want to see internet to be freed from government regulation, on the other hand we as a… Continue reading They sell your privacy! We don’t know who they are!
In the meantime at MIT researchers are testing out a fuel cell that runs on blood sugar (glucose). The fuel cell is fused with a silicon chip. This chip is for your brain. This can eventually be a part of integrated circuits. Glucose fuel cell idea comes from the 1970s, originally proposed to power the… Continue reading Body powered fuel cell to run a chip on your Brain
Managing and securing password has been one of the biggest challenges. Password leaks news on such a short span of time on linkedin, eHarmony, last.fm makes me think that, these events are gradually getting more widespread. According to Wikipedia: A password is a secret word or string of characters that is used for authentication, to prove identity or gain access to a resource (example:… Continue reading How Safe is your password?