Friday, 27 April 2018

10 Best sweets of Indians for celebration of festivals.

10 Best sweets of Indians for celebration of festivals.
                No celebration is complete if there is nothing meetha in Kichen .  Indians and there fondness for sweets knows no bounds. A gajar ka halwa can make us go weak in our knees anytime. SO here are some Indian sweets with recipes. You must try once in your life. Then there are desserts that are season-specific.
But why forget , when we have the ever- so indulgent Gajar Ka Halwa to make us go weak in the knees in the nippy weather.
 Long story short, we have something for each season and each occasion in the vast collection called Indian Sweet Recipes.
Here are 10 Indian sweet recipes in Hindi that you can easily try making at home.
1)Chana Dal Ladoos
Rich and wholesome Halwa preparation made using chana dal flour, sugar and lots of Ghee is a treat you must not deprive yourself of. This dish is especially made in Diwali. And other festivals like Ganpati and Gauri.
The color of lodoos are golden and they are so soft and mouth watering that no one eat only one. In small kids its favorite dish.
2) Aam Shrikhand with Mango salad
IT is easily made at home. But In India , specially in Maharashtra ,” Chitale Bandu” – this brand is famous for these sweets. There are lots of type in this sweets like  Plain Amrakand, Shrikand.  A soothing mix of yogurt, cream, mangoes, milk, saffron and cardamom. Comforting and indulgent in equal measure this is a party favorite. It is soft and mouth watering. It is specially eat with Puri.
3) Kaju ki barfi
It is made of Kaju floor which is prepared in mixture grinder and sugar and pure ghee. Very easy to made.  Kaju  Katli lovers raise your hand. Turns out that your favorite festive treat can easily be prepared in the comfort of your kitchen with minimal ingredients. Quick, easy and an absolute favorite of all, there is no way you can go wrong with this one.
  4) . Shahi Tukda With Pineapple
This is made with bread, condescended milk, sugar. It gets aromatic twist with saffron and whole spices. This is also a wonderful dish which is made in India. So soft and delicious.
5)  Coconut Ladoos
Coconut ladoos made with coconut, sugar and ghee. We use dry fruits to make more tasty and healthy. Some one can use
Coconut ladoo  is the ultimate answer to your sugar cravings. Easy to prepare and so delicious, we bet you can't stop at one.
6) Sandesh
This is Bengoli Sweets. Very sweet in taste and made up of cottage cheese,  cardamom, saffron.
Its very milky and yummy.
7) Malai ki Kheer
There are lots khir is famous in India like rawa khir, Shevai Khir, wheat tukda khir(Lapsi).But delicious rice kheer is more famous in India.
Delicious rice kheer, cooked with condensed milk, khoya, cream and nuts. This rich Indian dessert is a festive favorite too.
8)  Gulab Jamun
Gulab Jamun should rank to number one in all sweets in India. Because  easily available and also made at home also.It comes in various sizes and color varies from  golden red to black . Black Jamun with dry fruit is also very famous .
Small balls of  khoya , mixed with  maida,ghee and water are friend in pure ghee or vanspati ghee.  and dipped and sugar syrup, has decadence written all over it.
9) Gajar ka Halwa
It is healthy yet tasty dish easily made at home.when Gajar (Carrots ) are easily available in market . specially in the month isDecember to April.Gajar ka halwa is the ultimate Indian winter treat, made from grated carrot, roasted with ghee till the water is absorbed from it. Then khoya is additionally added into it . it is optional. It is also roasted. Then added sugar and dryfruits.  This is one dish we have all grown up eating.
10) Malpua
A deep-fried pancake like Indian dessert, fried in ghee and dipped in sugar syrup is a festive favourite that would leave you craving for more. Even though the dish sounds complicated, this recipe is very easy to follow and you can achieve amazing results in very little time. Go ahead and give it a try!   

Monday, 23 April 2018

Latest News :Huawei to build an AI assistant that can grasp human feelings

 Hello Friends,

Chinese telecom firm Huawei has reportedly been planning to build an AI-driven voice assistant that can identify and understand human emotions.

The company’s effort comes on the heels of the general perception that though Google Assistant, Alexa, and Siri  are functional digital assistants designed to inform & take user instructions, they cannot determine the user’s feeling in a particular situation.

If sources are to be believed, Huawei seems to be attempting to eliminate this limitation in its AI assistant.

The company may soon develop a new software for the assistant, which will help it to interact emotionally with humans.

Apparently, through the understanding of human emotions, Huawei’s AI assistant can provide more natural language-driven outcomes as well as predictive suggestions that are presently not possible to be deployed on any mobile tool.

Felix Zhang, the VP of software engineering division at Huawei, has stated that the firm is keen on offering emotional exchanges with the customers and its AI assistant can offer them with this facility.

 As per experts, the move will help the Chinese telecom giant to establish a unique position as opposed to its potential rivals.

Allegedly, the addition of new features such as emotion-sensing ability to the virtual personal assistants will help them examine the consumer behavior data captured via facial expressions, body language, behavior, and voice intonation.

Incidentally, Microsoft had recently declared that Xiaoice, its social chatbot, now is endowed with the capability to talk like humans. Experts state that this would be another of those potential challenges for tech giants.

latest news :Google owner Alphabet makes $9.4 billion profit in first quarter because people love clicking ads

Strong growth in ad sales on Google search and YouTube were not enough to offset a surge in costs at parent Alphabet Inc that shrank the first-quarter operating margin, leaving shares flat after hours on Monday.

Alphabet got a boost from how it values investments in Uber Technologies Inc and other startups. That accounting change and a one-time benefit cut its effective tax rate nearly in half.

Investors are uncertain about future profit at Alphabet as the company navigates the move to a phone-based computing world and invests in small, fast-growing initiatives from self-driving cars to selling hardware and cloud computing services. The quarterly results did not clarify the outlook.

Alphabet's operating margin of 22 percent, down from 27 percent a year ago, missed expectations because of the growth in expenses.

Alphabet is investing to keep pace with Inc and having to share more of its revenue with phone and browser makers, said James Cordwell, analyst at Atlantic Equities.

"The jump in profits is purely due to one-time items," he said.

Longer-term capital expenditures nearly tripled to $7.3 billion in the first quarter from $2.5 billion a year ago.

Those ad sales showed investors that there were no immediate signs that rising global privacy concerns had affected profits, even as concerns over Facebook Inc's use of privacy cast some suspicion on Google.
Officials across the world seek to force changes in Google's business practices, such as giving customers more control over their data.

"The strong economy has companies spending more on advertising," said analyst Ivan Feinseth from Tigress Financial Partners. "Google continues to dominate both mobile and desktop search" and there will be "very little effect" from Facebook privacy data fallout, he said.

Thursday, 19 April 2018

Bokeh Mode : A new technology in photography

Hello Friends,

While watching IPL I saw the advt of Amir Khan , in which he was telling the the technology of Bokeh Mode which comes in Vivo9 Phone.

No wonder the advt. is so wonderfully showed So for enthusiasm i search the word Bokeh Mode.
So  after reading lots of articles I find out following things.

Bokeh is the quality of out-of-focus or “blurry” parts of the image rendered by a camera lens – it is NOT the blur itself or the amount of blur in the foreground or the background of a subject.

The blur that you are so used to seeing in photography that separates a subject from the background is the result of shallow “depth of field” and is generally simply called “background blur”. The quality and feel of the background/foreground blur and reflected points of light.

Bokeh is rendered by the lens, not the camera.
 Different lenses render bokeh differently due to unique optical designs.
Generally, portrait and telephoto lenses with large maximum apertures yield more pleasant-looking bokeh than cheaper consumer zoom lenses.

For example, the Nikon 85mm f/1.4D lens produces exceptionally good-looking bokeh, while the Nikon 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6G DX lens produces poor bokeh at the same focal length and aperture – all due to differences in optical designs of both lenses.
Again, I am not just talking about the background blur; all lenses are capable of producing out of focus blur, but not all lenses are capable of rendering beautiful bokeh.

So, what is a good or beautiful bokeh? A good bokeh pleases our eyes and our perception of the image and therefore, the background blur should appear soft and “creamy”, with smooth round circles of light and no hard edges.

How about bad or ugly bokeh? Although a lot of people argue that there is no such thing as a bad bokeh, I still call whatever distracts my eyes “bad”

Open up the larger version of the above image and see for yourself – the quality of the blur is not pleasant to the eye, with sharp edges of the circles and double lines.

how do you get a good bokeh in your images? As I have pointed out above, bokeh depends on the type of lens you are using. While lower-end consumer zoom lenses will yield unpleasant bokeh, fixed (prime) lenses and most professional zoom lenses with fast apertures yield good-looking bokeh.

Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Scientists discover new way that HIV evades the immune system

Scientists have just discovered a new mechanism by which HIV evades the immune system, and which shows precisely how the virus avoids elimination. The new research shows that HIV targets and disables a pathway involving a number of biological molecules that are key in blocking viral activity and clearing infection.
HIV remains a major global health problem, with over 40 million people infected worldwide. And while people living with HIV have been treated with anti-retroviral therapy for over 30 years, this favoured therapeutic option merely prevents the progression of the disease to AIDS - it doesn't cure patients of HIV.
The discovery, which opens the door to a new era of HIV research focused on curing people living with the , has just been published in international journal, EBioMedicine, which is a collaborative online journal from Cell Press and the Lancet.

During any viral our immune system produces a powerful molecule (Interferon), which 'interferes' with the infection and the replication of viruses. Interferon activates an assembly line of molecules in our cells—via the Interferon signalling pathway - which causes the body to make antivirals that help to clear the infection.
However, when patients are being treated with anti-retroviral therapy, HIV is not fully cleared by our immune system. Therefore, the scientists from Trinity College Dublin behind the research investigated whether HIV was somehow blocking the Interferon signalling pathway and thus avoiding the immune response that is designed to cure viral infection. The findings confirmed their suspicions.

Assistant Professor in Immunology at Trinity, Nigel Stevenson, led the work. He said: "We discovered that HIV promotes the destruction of the anti-viral Interferon signalling pathway. Essentially, HIV uses the machinery in our own cells to do this, and the virus is thus able to reduce the production of many important anti-viral molecules. Without these anti-viral , our immune system can't clear ."

"Our new revelation sheds new light on how HIV avoids elimination, which, in turn, may explain why HIV is still not a curable disease. We feel this discovery could mark a paradigm shift in our understanding of how this virus evades our . It should open the door to a new era of HIV research aiming to cure and eradicate this deadly virus."

Kalank: Karan Johar's multistarrer production to release on 19th April 2019

Director Abhishek Varman who helmed Arjun Kapoor-Alia Bhatt starrer '2 States' is all set to direct his next film. Putting all the speculations to rest, the epic drama set in the 1940s is titled 'Kalank'.

The film which was incepted 15 years ago by Karan Johar and his dad Yash Johar has found it's way and will be now released on 19th April 2019.

'Kalank' has an stellar ensemble cast which includes Madhuri Dixit, Sonakshi Sinha, Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Aditya Roy Kapur and Sanjay Dutt. This film also marks the collaboration of Fox Star Studios, Dharma Productions and Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment - the 3 best producers of this time.

Latest News : Xiaomi Redmi S2 - Face recongnition.

Xiaomi may launch budget phone Redmi S2 in India with dual camera, EIS, Face Recognition


Xiaomi has a huge presence in the budget smartphone segment of India. In fact, their Redmi series has single-handedly brought the brand to the top position in terms of market share. While most companies aim their efforts at their flagships, Xiaomi is busy strengthening their budget profile further.

        According to the report, the company is working on another budget segment and this new phone is expected to launch in India as the firmware clearly states India and China as the release regions.
The device in question is called Redmi S2 and will be placed in the already crowded budget segment.

The smartphone will be powered by Snapdragon 625 which also features in popular Xiaomi phones like the Mi A1, Redmi Note 5, Redmi 5 Plus and even Mi Max 2.

 Decoding the firmware files shows a single 16GB internal storage variant of the device.

However, the device might be launched in higher variants.

Since Xiaomi is hitting the budget segment from all angles possible, what does the Redmi S2 do others don't?

Well, this new phone will focus on the optics department and even feature some nifty features like Face Recognition.

The phone is expected to feature a dual-camera setup which comes with one 12megapixel module which could be a Sony IMX486 sensor or an OmniVision OV12A10 sensor.

 The second module might feature a 5megapixel Samsung S5K5E8 sensor. At the front, Xiaomi might use the same 5megapixel Samsung sensor.

 The leak also suggests that the device will come with a 3080mAh battery along with Android Oreo out of the box.
Details about the screen of the device haven't been deciphered yet.

Xiaomi is conducting an event on April 23 in China.
The company is expected to showcase the Xiaomi Mi 6X which will eventually become the successor to Mi A1 here in India.
The company recently warded off reports of discontinuing the Mi A1 in India and promised fresh stock for interested buyers.


Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Earn in lakhs with just investing 99 rs.: Passive Income

HI friends,

Today I am going to share a very simple way to earn in lacs.
today's  world is marketing and digitized. Every small business has its own website.

So we have to search that which business is going up and not have website.

or we have to search that words which are now a days are very trending and there are possibilities of  it may convert into a big business. So You have to take that particular name.

Go to go daddy website or big rock website.

Mostly I suggest * Go to  go daddy  website.

purchase the domain for one year from that particular name.

After that put that name (domain name) for auction for whatever rate you want.

When that domain name is saled. You have ask for that code from godaddy. and you have to submit to the new purchaser.

This is ery genuial way to earn money.

tips:- You can search the domain names which are expiring soon.

zatpat breakfast : for egg lovers yummy breakfast

For egg lovers..!!
Zatpat quick dinner recipe eaten  with chapati 
Eggs eaten in a different way. Eggatrians!!
Name of dish :
( In Parsi)
means eggs on top of wafers
Items needed 4 eggs
Half teaspoon(1/2) red chili powder
150 gms wafers
I teaspoon cut fresh coriander leaves
Optional one cheese cube (shredded)
In Fry pan crush wafers,sprinkle some water to moist them,close lid and start gas.
Now beat eggs till fluffy
Cut coriander leaves finely
Grate cheese cube any brand
After 5 mins open lid,put hand on top to feel vapor, once u feel it,pour eggs mixture,mixture will rest on top of wafers,sprinkle chilies powder, coriander leaves and close lip.
Let cook for 3 mins, open sprinkle cheese, close lid. Cook for more one minute,until U see all the eggs are cooked and cheese has melted.
Cut into pieces and serve hot with or without chapati.
Bonn appetite !!

Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Facebook Is Changing How Marketers Can Target Ads. What Does That Mean for Data Brokers?

Last month, Facebook announced in a brief statement that it will be shutting down Partner Categories, a feature that allows marketers to target ads on the company’s universe of platforms by using third-party data provided by data brokers. The move, which comes during a period of intense scrutiny over the social media giant’s privacy and security practices following the Cambridge Analytica revelations, marks a first-of-its-kind pivot among internet companies. This development could have major repercussions for internet companies and the broader digital advertising ecosystem if the firms at the center of this industry follow suit, collectively distancing themselves from data brokers and increasing transparency into their practices with personal data.
Traditionally, marketers on Facebook — and on most major platforms that allow targeted ads — have had three types of data streams they could leverage for targeting. First, they could use data they have collected themselves, like the names and email addresses of the customers who visit their brick-and-mortar or online stores. Second, they could use data gathered by Facebook, which maintains a rich data profile on users based on their use of the platform, web browsing history, and cellular location, among other sources. And third, they could use data provided by third parties — which typically are the companies we know as data brokers. Among these are well-known names in the industry, including Acxiom, Oracle, Epsilon, and Experian.
A critical aspect of this announcement — one that has gotten much less attention — is that the use of such third-party data is a common practice available through most internet companies’ ad-targeting services. While the spotlight has been on Facebook, the broader issue is that most of the industry is not transparent about its practices with data brokers because there are no regulations that directly require such transparency. Until other platform companies that enable targeted advertising using third-party data open up about their relationships with data brokers and commit to further privacy protections, we can expect the internet’s threat to digital privacy to persist.
The broker data that Facebook provided to marketers through Partner Categories threatens user privacy because its sources are unclear and consumers are often in the dark about its use. Advertisers on Facebook have long used that data to target users who were, say, in the market for a new car or who had just had a baby. What makes this data so sensitive is that brokers like Experian collect information that is hard for most firms in the digital advertising ecosystem to otherwise find. Brokers have close relationships with all kinds of other businesses, from large department stores to credit card agencies, which sell data about their customers to the brokers or share it. Customers typically don’t know much about this; they often unwittingly sign away their rights to this data in the act of making purchases.
That Facebook’s shutdown of Partner Categories comes on the heels of the Cambridge Analytica scandal is telling. Clearly, Facebook has realized that it must fundamentally change its data practices to restore its users’ and shareholders’ trust. This latest move helps us paint that picture; Facebook, like most other leading internet companies, has little control over how third-party data is collected, maintained, and used. If that data is used by marketers to reach people on Facebook’s platforms, and another privacy breach like the Cambridge Analytica incident happens because of it, Facebook is left holding the bag. It can be argued that Facebook should have known better — but, then, so should every platform firm that shares broker data with advertisers. It’s sensible risk management for Facebook to shut down data conduits that are particularly damaging to individual privacy, and it would be wise for other internet companies to learn from Facebook’s move.
This development is an immensely positive step forward for digital privacy, consumer protection, and the fight against disinformation. Facebook’s announcement signals a significant public policy change for the company: Moving forward, it will hold both itself and its data partners more accountable. Other platforms that share data from brokers are surely studying Facebook’s decision and considering how they, too, can distance themselves from brokers and increase their data transparency — if only out of enlightened self-interest.

Mark Zuckerberg Wore A Suit To Washington. There's No Going Back To Hoodies

Did anyone really think Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg would come to Capitol Hill to testify before Congress wearing a T-shirt or a hoodie? Of course he'd wear a suit. He wore a tie, too. No matter how deserved his reputation as a cultural disrupter and a Silicon Valley savant, he knows the difference between chatting up millenials on some LEED-certified tech campus and being roasted over the flames in a wood-paneled Senate hearing room. He understands traditions and protocol. He knows how the establishment works.

He's part of it now - no matter how grudging he might be in accepting that. There's no going back to T-shirts and hoodies.

As Zuckerberg sat in a single extra-padded seat pulled up to a modest table in front of 42 members of the Senate who were there to talk Russia, Cambridge Analytics and invasion of privacy, his eyes were wide and occasionally darted around the packed room. He nodded slightly as Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, delivered a brief history of Facebook.

The witness managed not to grimace when Grassley enunciated Zuck-er-berg as if he'd only laid eyes on the name moments before. The tech entrepreneur sipped and sipped on water as he listened to Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., drawl "lied" into a three-syllable accusation.

Zuckerberg did not look at ease. He did not look cocky. He did not have the demeanor of the smartest and most impressive guy in the room. He looked like a 33-year-old man burdened with having to explain technology to legislators who are more than twice his age and don't really want to hear about how users can change their settings; they just want him to fix what's wrong with the damn thing.

Zuckerberg was dressed in a navy suit that looked rather large for his modest frame. His shirt collar was most certainly too big and his pale blue tie was knotted so loosely that it hung from his neck as if it had been pre-tied and quickly looped over his head. He was wearing the tie, but he clearly didn't want to be. There was no hint of pride in his appearance. No personal flair or polish. Everything about his attire was perfunctory. He could have done better, and he has. He wore a better fitting jacket back in 2011 during a town hall meeting at Facebook headquarters with President Barack Obama. He looked rather elegant in 2015 when he and his wife Priscilla Chan attended a state dinner at the White House. Zuckerberg did not give Capitol Hill his sartorial all.

His hair was cut so close that it was more like penitence than grooming. And his resting expression, as the hearing went on, shifted from shell-shocked to angry to impatient.Zuckerberg, new to the witness walk and the hours of testimony, has not perfected the art of pretending that the myriad cameras clicking around him don't exist. When he arrived on Capitol Hill on Monday for a series of preliminary meetings, he was followed by photographers. Instead of casting his gaze into the middle distance as he walked from one office to another, it was often focused directly into a camera's lens. The result was that he appeared startled and confused. His claustrophobic circumstances are palpable in his eyes. He does not exude control. He looks like he wants to flee.

One suspects that once Zuckerberg finishes his Washington grilling, he will return to Silicon Valley and to his T-shirts and hoodies.
zuckerberg reuters
Mark Zuckerberg is expected to go back to his comfortable hoodies once in Silicon Valley (Reuters)
They are the uniform that he claimed for himself, the clothes that gave him one less thing to think about every day but that also helped to define him as the youthful entrepreneur who upended communications, news-gathering, advertising and countless other things that we probably don't even realize yet. There may be some sense of relief and comfort in slipping on one of his trusty gray T-shirts. But the days when it symbolized daring and innovation are over. It is now emblematic of recklessness. Has he outgrown it?

Zuckerberg is one of the suits now. He has to be. The question is whether he can ever get comfortable in one.

How Facebook’s Data Sharing Went From Feature to Bug

In 2007, a young Mark Zuckerberg stood on a stage in San Francisco and announced that Facebook was throwing open its doors.
No longer, he said, would Facebook be a closed-off software product like every other social network. Instead, it would become an open platform and invite outside developers to build apps and programs on top of it.
“We want to make Facebook into something of an operating system,” Mr. Zuckerberg told a reporter.
At the time, the announcement drew little notice outside the programming world. Developers quickly went to work making fun and quirky apps that plugged into Facebook — early hits included “Rendezbook,” a kind of proto-Tinder that allowed users to match with each other for “random flings,” and CampusRank, which allowed college students to nominate their peers for yearbook-type awards.
Later, popular games like FarmVille arrived, and apps like Tinder and Spotify began allowing their users to log in using their Facebook credentials. In some ways, it was a fair trade. Facebook got to weave itself more deeply into users’ internet habits, and the outside app developers got access to a big audience and valuable data about their users. In all, millions of apps have been created with Facebook’s open platform tools.
Through it all, Facebook’s users were mostly unfazed. Sure, these apps collected data about their lives. But they seemed convenient and harmless, and, really, what could go wrong?
Today, more than a decade later, the consequences of Facebook’s laissez-faire approach are becoming clear. Over the weekend, The New York Times reported that Cambridge Analytica, a British consulting firm, improperly acquired the private data of about roughly 50 million Facebook users, and used it to target voters on behalf of the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election.
What happened with Cambridge Analytica wasn’t technically a data breach, since this trove of personal information wasn’t stolen from Facebook’s servers. Rather, it was given away freely to the maker of a Facebook personality quiz app called “thisisyourdigitallife.”
That app, which was developed by a University of Cambridge professor, collected data about the 270,000 people who installed it, along with data about their Facebook friends, totaling 50 million people in all. The professor, Aleksandr Kogan, then gave the data he had harvested to Cambridge Analytica.
Technically, only this last step violated Facebook’s rules, which prohibit selling or giving away data collected by a third-party app. The rest was business as usual. Third-party apps collect vast amounts of detailed personal information about Facebook users every day, including their ages, location, pages they’ve liked and groups they belong to. Users can opt out of sharing specific pieces of information, but it’s unclear how many do.

Facebook’s Other Critics: Its Viral Stars

For the past two years, Ryan Hamilton has been getting Facebook-famous. Mr. Hamilton, 28, manages a network of Facebook pages and makes viral videos for his “Hammy T.V.” channel — mostly lowbrow fare with titles like “Shocking Pit Bull Social Experiment” and “World’s Hottest Pepper on Girlfriend’s Thong” — that have earned him a level of popularity typically associated with Kardashians and BuzzFeed food clips.
But to hear Mr. Hamilton tell it, Facebook has failed him.
“It’s a complete mess,” he said. “No one trusts Facebook.”
Unlike the lawmakers who will grill Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, in congressional testimony this week, Facebook influencers generally aren’t bothered by data privacy issues or Russian propaganda campaigns. Their concerns are closer to home.
They say that the company’s recent decision to emphasize stories shared by friends and family as well as trusted news outlets — part of the company’s response to an epidemic of sensationalized clickbait and false news, and an attempt to foster what Mr. Zuckerberg has called “meaningful social interaction” — has hidden them from view. They argue that Facebook owes much of its growth to the kinds of entertainment they offer, and that users will spend less time on the social network if it’s not shown to them.


Ryan Hamilton works full time to manage pages and make videos on Facebook. “I did 1.8 billion views last year,” he said. “I made no money from Facebook. Not even a dollar.” Credit Ryan Burges

“Facebook has got to start treating influencers with more respect,” said Roozy Lee, a social media promoter who manages a network of celebrity and influencer Facebook pages with more than 200 million combined followers. “These people need to make a living.”
Chief among influencers’ complaints: Even though Facebook has made it easy for them to reach enormous audiences, it has been slow to deliver tools that would let them share in the advertising revenue their posts generate. Facebook has also cracked down on certain types of link-sharing deals that many influencers have used to earn money on the side.

Thursday, 5 April 2018

Google Eliminates All Nefarious Cryptocurrency Mining Chrome Extensions

Another Strong Signal from Google

Mining has always played a critical role in the world of cryptocurrency. Without mining, it would be very difficult to protect and secure cryptocurrency networks. For Bitcoin, for example, mining is the proverbial lifeblood of the network right now. Miners help process network transactions as well as protect the entire ecosystem from outside attack.
Unfortunately, the mining aspect of cryptocurrency has also attracted a fair bit of negative attention. We have seen various attempts to maliciously mine cryptocurrency in the past. Whether that’s done by embedding code on a website or using Google Chrome plugins to do the dirty work, it is evident something will need to change sooner rather than later. As such, Google is taking matters into their own hands.
More specifically, the company has made it crystal clear that they are getting rid of all Chrome extensions which run malicious cryptocurrency miners. That is a positive development for the industry as a whole, even though most people may see it as a direct way of countering cryptocurrency once again. With the number of malicious Chrome mining extensions growing over the years, something had to give.

Facebook Just Broke Tinder and Thirsty People Lost Their Minds

Facebook outlined a series of sweeping privacy changes on Wednesday, in light of the Cambridge Analytica data-mining scandal that saw 87 million users' data compromised without their consent. While this is welcome news for Facebook users, the new security measures appear to be causing some problems for people looking to peruse Tinder.
Twitter was flooded with so many users complaining about difficulty logging into the app, that Tinder had to address the situation with news that it's working on a fix.

Nearly as soon as Facebook implemented its changes, which involve a series of revamped APIs, Tinder users started reporting difficulty logging into the app, with it repeatedly asking for login information via Facebook and denying them access to their profiles, according to a report by Select All.   
Tinder is asking users to provide additional permissions "in order to create or use a Tinder account." The advisory then notes that "this information is then used to create fuller profiles, verify authenticity and provide support."
Clearly, a login feedback loop is at play.  

Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Best home remedies for back pain..!

Hello Friends,

             In old days , There are back pain problem after the age of 35, But now a days there is common problem in below 35 age also.In India there are 60 percentage people are suffering from back pain in their life.

We are suffering from this back pain not only because of environment but also  because of life style also.

 If you are suffering back pain is for one or two days its not dangerous ,But yes if you suffering from 6 months to years, it may get chronic and take time to relive the pain.

So lets see why we are suffering from back pain . read the following reasons may be you are suffering one of them .

1) weight  lifting
2) sitting jobs
3) Obesity
4)in correctly due to sit
5) pregnancy
6)more worrying
7) bad sleeping
8) depressing
9) smoking
10) bad sleeping
12) suffering from mental stress job.

Now we will see the home remedies for relief from back pain.

Its not sure that you will completely cure but you will definitely get benefits.

1) take warm water add salt into into. deep the towel into it. after dripping all water from towel  
   put the warm towel around the back and above the stomach . Give hot steam to back.

2) Heat pad is the best option for back pain.

3) Vitamin D and calcium deficiency will also cause back pain. So early morning take sunlight for
    at least 15 to 20 Mins.

4) In daily life add eat calcium rich products, Like milk, banana, curd.spinach, carrot.. etc.

5) Daily half hour walking is also improve the stress and get benefits in walking.

6) Take honey and cinnamon powder half spoon each in the morning , get relief from extra fats
   and it will lose weight and benefits for back pain.

So friends, these are some useful tips. If you get relief from this tips please  comment or tell me via my email :

So stay healthy and stay tunned with me.

Take care


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 Today I am going to share one of the best method for making money. This is free and without investment.

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So can create our own blog.

Blogger is google one of the product.

Go to google and type Blogger .com

So in search  engine,  the very first option is for

Go to then sign in - You have to create the account. and have to give information about which type blogging you are making, like recipe, heath care, or vlog.. etc.

after Signing up you have to share post.

for earning you have to sign in ad sense account.

after successful 6 months of continuous posting and sharing your post. the google ad sense will take review of your blogs.

and You may eligible for making money.

via ad sense you have to make ad units and apply in your  post.

This is one of the best method to earn money.

If you don't have any ad sense account. or getting time for approval of ad-sense you can start affiliate marketing on your blog.

In my nest blog I will give all details how to sign in ad-sense account and how to put ads on your blog.

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