1.Using IP address instead of Web Site URL Most of the software which block the sites in our PC uses Website address/URL only like i.e. http://www.Facebook.com, http://www.twitter.com, etc.So can access those sites with their IP address instead of URL.Every website has its unique IP address same as the Computer and mobile devices.To get IP… Read More How to Open or Access Blocked Websites
Error 400 – Bad request. Error 401 – unauthorized request. Error 403 – forbidden. Error 404 – Not found. Error 500 -Internal error. Error 501 – Not Implemented Error 502 – Bad Gateway Error 503 -Service unavailable. Error 504 – Gateway Time-Out Error 505 – HTTP Version not supported/ DNS Lookup Fail/unknown host Error 500-599… Read More INTERNET ERROR CODES…!!!
Embedded System Security, an introduction The technological world of today runs on a hidden technology called as Embedded Systems. Embedded systems are the name given to the chips within our mobile phones, modems and set-top boxes. These chips are the opposite of the normal chips that are deployed in our personal computers like laptops and… Read More Embedded System Security
High Speed Packet Access (HSPA), an introduction The term, HSPA refers to the latest entrant in mobile data transfer. High Speed Packet Access is also universally known as 3G .This technology is made up of two different technologies-High Speed Download Access and High Speed Upload Access. HSPA offers mobile phone and cell phone user’s access… Read More High Speed Packet Access (HSPA)
Wi-Vi technology an Introduction. Track movement behind walls Coming up the new technology, known as “Wi-Vi”, is depending on a idea just like radar and sonar imaging. But contrary to the others, Wi-Vi sends a low-power Wi-Fi indication and uses its insights to monitor people movements. It can do so even if the people are… Read More Wi-Vi technology an Introduction. Track movement behind walls
An optical switch that can be turned on by a single photon could point toward new designs for both classical and quantum computers. Optical computing can pay dividends for both conventional computers and quantum computers, largely hypothetical devices that could perform some types of computations exponentially faster than classical computers. In the latest issue of… Read More All-Optical Transistor seminar report (an MIT Research topic)