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#CompuBrainChat #TechTalk #CorporateAhmedabad CompuBrain asks the renowned influencers of Ahmedabad about their everyday TechToys. Here's our first interview with the very dynamic Realtor and the Youth Icon every Amdavadi Businessman aspires to be; Mr. Jaxay Shah MD, Savvy Infrastructures Ltd. Promoter, Kensville Golf & Country Club These are his daily gadgets. Phone: iPhone 6s Tablet: iPad Pro Laptop/Desktop: iMac Camera: Nikon D5 Television: Samsung 4k SUHD 65" Sound System: Harman Kardon Everyday Apps: Twitter & Instagram Personal Music: Bang & Olufsen Wearable Tech: Apple Watch You can follow him here: www.facebook.com/jaxay.shah www.twitter.com/jaxayshah www.instagram.com/jaxay_shah Keep watching this space for the next exciting interview with another note worthy #Amdavadi #CompuBrain #Ahmedabad #SocialMedia2 #SavvyGroup

#CompuBrainChat #TechTalk #CorporateAhmedabad CompuBrain asks the renowned influencers of Ahmedabad about their everyday TechToys. Here's our first interview with the very dynamic Realtor and the Youth Icon every Amdavadi Businessman aspires to be; Mr. Jaxay Shah MD, Savvy Infrastructures Ltd. Promoter, Kensville Golf & Country Club These are his daily gadgets. Phone: iPhone 6s Tablet: iPad Pro Laptop/Desktop: iMac Camera: Nikon D5 Television: Samsung 4k SUHD 65" Sound System: Harman Kardon Everyday Apps: Twitter & Instagram Personal Music: Bang & Olufsen Wearable Tech: Apple Watch You can follow him here: www.facebook.com/jaxay.shah www.twitter.com/jaxayshah www.instagram.com/jaxay_shah Keep watching this space for the next exciting interview with another note worthy #Amdavadi #CompuBrain #Ahmedabad #SocialMedia2 #SavvyGroup

#CompuBrainChat #TechTalk #CorporateAhmedabad CompuBrain asks the renowned influencers of Ahmedabad about their everyday TechToys. Here's our first interview with the very dynamic Realtor and the Youth Icon every Amdavadi Businessman aspires to be; Mr. Jaxay Shah MD, Savvy Infrastructures Ltd. Promoter, Kensville Golf & Country Club These are his daily gadgets. Phone: iPhone 6s Tablet: iPad Pro Laptop/Desktop: iMac Camera: Nikon D5 Television: Samsung 4k SUHD 65" Sound System: Harman Kardon Everyday Apps: Twitter & Instagram Personal Music: Bang & Olufsen Wearable Tech: Apple Watch You can follow him here: www.facebook.com/jaxay.shah www.twitter.com/jaxayshah www.instagram.com/jaxay_shah Keep watching this space for the next exciting interview with another note worthy #Amdavadi #CompuBrain #Ahmedabad #SocialMedia2 #SavvyGroup

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... CUSTOM INSTAGRAM PRINTED ADIDAS SNEAKERS ... All those food photos, beautiful sunsets, kitten and puppy photos, and selfies populating your Instagram could soon find their way onto your feet (“hey there, sesame seed toasted bun-topped kicks!”). adidas announced they’ll soon be releasing their very own Instagram sneaker customization service and app for iPhone and Android users alike.

... CUSTOM INSTAGRAM PRINTED ADIDAS SNEAKERS ... All those food photos, beautiful sunsets, kitten and puppy photos, and selfies populating your Instagram could soon find their way onto your feet (“hey there, sesame seed toasted bun-topped kicks!”). adidas announced they’ll soon be releasing their very own Instagram sneaker customization service and app for iPhone and Android users alike.

... CUSTOM INSTAGRAM PRINTED ADIDAS SNEAKERS ... All those food photos, beautiful sunsets, kitten and puppy photos, and selfies populating your Instagram could soon find their way onto your feet (“hey there, sesame seed toasted bun-topped kicks!”). adidas announced they’ll soon be releasing their very own Instagram sneaker customization service and app for iPhone and Android users alike.

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Must have Free Android Apps : 1. Carbon for Twitter Carbon puts all your Twitter content on one front page. 2. Gmail Gmail is a no-brainer for email service on your phone. Manage multiple accounts and label conversations from within the mobile app. 3. Maps iOS users know the Apple Maps app is still sitting in a folder somewhere, taking up space. Android users don't have that drama. 4. Flipboard Flipboard collects the news from your social timelines into a clean, intuitive magazine experience customized to your interests. A new bookmarklet lets you add new content from your browser. 5. Chrome We can't overstate the awesomeness of syncing tabs between desktop and mobile, with Chrome. 6. Drive If you ever need to take down some notes on the go, Drive ensures they'll be waiting for you in the cloud later. 7. Dropbox Automatically sync your photos, documents and videos across all devices -- including your phone -- when you save an item to your Dropbox account. 8. ES File Explorer ES File Explorer functions as several apps in one: a file manager, application manager, task killer and a cloud storage service (it syncs with Drive, Dropbox and more). 9. Evernote You can use Evernote to do anything: Plan your day, make wishlists, save recipes, write notes for later and more. People are still finding creative uses for it. You should take it everywhere. 10. Goodreads Join a community of more than 8 million readers and draw from an enormous catalogue of suggested books. 11. Meme Generator Choose from more than 500 meme pic options, including Bad Luck Brian, "Brace Yourselves" Ned Stark, Good Guy Greg, Ridiculously Photogenic Guy, Bear Grylls, Conspiracy Keanu and Condescending Wonka. Y U NO MAKE MOAR MEMES??!? 12. Temple Run 2 Did you know Temple Run 2 updates with new obstacles? That means it's easier than ever to get frustrated in your free time. 13. Snapseed If Instagram isn't enough for you, Snapseed is more advanced photo editing software for your phone or tablet.

Must have Free Android Apps : 1. Carbon for Twitter Carbon puts all your Twitter content on one front page. 2. Gmail Gmail is a no-brainer for email service on your phone. Manage multiple accounts and label conversations from within the mobile app. 3. Maps iOS users know the Apple Maps app is still sitting in a folder somewhere, taking up space. Android users don't have that drama. 4. Flipboard Flipboard collects the news from your social timelines into a clean, intuitive magazine experience customized to your interests. A new bookmarklet lets you add new content from your browser. 5. Chrome We can't overstate the awesomeness of syncing tabs between desktop and mobile, with Chrome. 6. Drive If you ever need to take down some notes on the go, Drive ensures they'll be waiting for you in the cloud later. 7. Dropbox Automatically sync your photos, documents and videos across all devices -- including your phone -- when you save an item to your Dropbox account. 8. ES File Explorer ES File Explorer functions as several apps in one: a file manager, application manager, task killer and a cloud storage service (it syncs with Drive, Dropbox and more). 9. Evernote You can use Evernote to do anything: Plan your day, make wishlists, save recipes, write notes for later and more. People are still finding creative uses for it. You should take it everywhere. 10. Goodreads Join a community of more than 8 million readers and draw from an enormous catalogue of suggested books. 11. Meme Generator Choose from more than 500 meme pic options, including Bad Luck Brian, "Brace Yourselves" Ned Stark, Good Guy Greg, Ridiculously Photogenic Guy, Bear Grylls, Conspiracy Keanu and Condescending Wonka. Y U NO MAKE MOAR MEMES??!? 12. Temple Run 2 Did you know Temple Run 2 updates with new obstacles? That means it's easier than ever to get frustrated in your free time. 13. Snapseed If Instagram isn't enough for you, Snapseed is more advanced photo editing software for your phone or tablet.

Must have Free Android Apps : 1. Carbon for Twitter Carbon puts all your Twitter content on one front page. 2. Gmail Gmail is a no-brainer for email service on your phone. Manage multiple accounts and label conversations from within the mobile app. 3. Maps iOS users know the Apple Maps app is still sitting in a folder somewhere, taking up space. Android users don't have that drama. 4. Flipboard Flipboard collects the news from your social timelines into a clean, intuitive magazine experience customized to your interests. A new bookmarklet lets you add new content from your browser. 5. Chrome We can't overstate the awesomeness of syncing tabs between desktop and mobile, with Chrome. 6. Drive If you ever need to take down some notes on the go, Drive ensures they'll be waiting for you in the cloud later. 7. Dropbox Automatically sync your photos, documents and videos across all devices -- including your phone -- when you save an item to your Dropbox account. 8. ES File Explorer ES File Explorer functions as several apps in one: a file manager, application manager, task killer and a cloud storage service (it syncs with Drive, Dropbox and more). 9. Evernote You can use Evernote to do anything: Plan your day, make wishlists, save recipes, write notes for later and more. People are still finding creative uses for it. You should take it everywhere. 10. Goodreads Join a community of more than 8 million readers and draw from an enormous catalogue of suggested books. 11. Meme Generator Choose from more than 500 meme pic options, including Bad Luck Brian, "Brace Yourselves" Ned Stark, Good Guy Greg, Ridiculously Photogenic Guy, Bear Grylls, Conspiracy Keanu and Condescending Wonka. Y U NO MAKE MOAR MEMES??!? 12. Temple Run 2 Did you know Temple Run 2 updates with new obstacles? That means it's easier than ever to get frustrated in your free time. 13. Snapseed If Instagram isn't enough for you, Snapseed is more advanced photo editing software for your phone or tablet.

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:: The second that almost brought down the Internet :: The weekend was pretty disastrous for websites around the Internet. First, storms in United States knocked out power in Amazon's data centres, and with it, around 1% of American websites. This included popular websites like Foursquare, Instagram, Pinterest and Netflix. (See: Instagram, Pinterest suffer extended outages after US storms) Then, just as websites were hobbling back to life, the "leap second" bug struck. Timekeepers had announced plans to add an extra second to June 30, to compensate for Earth's movement around the Sun. This "leap second" is added to the International Atomic Time (TAI) to ensure that Earth's clocks stay in-sync with "solar-time". Many computers use Network Time Protocol (NTP) to keep their clocks synchronised with the International Atomic Time. When the atomic time keepers added a second at 23:59:59 on Saturday, just like they said they would, all hell broke lose. Servers, especially those running on some versions of Java and Linux, choked on the "leap second", bringing down with them some of the most popular websites in the world.

:: The second that almost brought down the Internet :: The weekend was pretty disastrous for websites around the Internet. First, storms in United States knocked out power in Amazon's data centres, and with it, around 1% of American websites. This included popular websites like Foursquare, Instagram, Pinterest and Netflix. (See: Instagram, Pinterest suffer extended outages after US storms) Then, just as websites were hobbling back to life, the "leap second" bug struck. Timekeepers had announced plans to add an extra second to June 30, to compensate for Earth's movement around the Sun. This "leap second" is added to the International Atomic Time (TAI) to ensure that Earth's clocks stay in-sync with "solar-time". Many computers use Network Time Protocol (NTP) to keep their clocks synchronised with the International Atomic Time. When the atomic time keepers added a second at 23:59:59 on Saturday, just like they said they would, all hell broke lose. Servers, especially those running on some versions of Java and Linux, choked on the "leap second", bringing down with them some of the most popular websites in the world.

:: The second that almost brought down the Internet :: The weekend was pretty disastrous for websites around the Internet. First, storms in United States knocked out power in Amazon's data centres, and with it, around 1% of American websites. This included popular websites like Foursquare, Instagram, Pinterest and Netflix. (See: Instagram, Pinterest suffer extended outages after US storms) Then, just as websites were hobbling back to life, the "leap second" bug struck. Timekeepers had announced plans to add an extra second to June 30, to compensate for Earth's movement around the Sun. This "leap second" is added to the International Atomic Time (TAI) to ensure that Earth's clocks stay in-sync with "solar-time". Many computers use Network Time Protocol (NTP) to keep their clocks synchronised with the International Atomic Time. When the atomic time keepers added a second at 23:59:59 on Saturday, just like they said they would, all hell broke lose. Servers, especially those running on some versions of Java and Linux, choked on the "leap second", bringing down with them some of the most popular websites in the world.

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:: Facebook Introduces Facebook Camera for iOS :: Facebook just launched its own Camera application which lets users focus on browsing their albums and their friends’ albums, without having to load -and wait for- the rest of the Facebook experience. As you may have seen, Facebook does take photos very seriously and has spend one Billion dollars to buy Instagram recently. Yet, the company didn’t wait for some kind of integration with Instagram to improve the Facebook mobile photo experience – which was in dire need of an improvement. With the new app, users can -and share- videos much more easily than with the regular app. For example, it is now possible to upload several photos at once – something that sounds seemingly simple, but was not available before. The application will show up in the App Store later today, and it seems to be a welcome improvement to one of the best Facebook feature.

:: Facebook Introduces Facebook Camera for iOS :: Facebook just launched its own Camera application which lets users focus on browsing their albums and their friends’ albums, without having to load -and wait for- the rest of the Facebook experience. As you may have seen, Facebook does take photos very seriously and has spend one Billion dollars to buy Instagram recently. Yet, the company didn’t wait for some kind of integration with Instagram to improve the Facebook mobile photo experience – which was in dire need of an improvement. With the new app, users can -and share- videos much more easily than with the regular app. For example, it is now possible to upload several photos at once – something that sounds seemingly simple, but was not available before. The application will show up in the App Store later today, and it seems to be a welcome improvement to one of the best Facebook feature.

:: Facebook Introduces Facebook Camera for iOS :: Facebook just launched its own Camera application which lets users focus on browsing their albums and their friends’ albums, without having to load -and wait for- the rest of the Facebook experience. As you may have seen, Facebook does take photos very seriously and has spend one Billion dollars to buy Instagram recently. Yet, the company didn’t wait for some kind of integration with Instagram to improve the Facebook mobile photo experience – which was in dire need of an improvement. With the new app, users can -and share- videos much more easily than with the regular app. For example, it is now possible to upload several photos at once – something that sounds seemingly simple, but was not available before. The application will show up in the App Store later today, and it seems to be a welcome improvement to one of the best Facebook feature.

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:: Facebook acquires location app Glancee :: Just one month after Facebook bought Instagram, the social networking giant is acquiring another company – this time it’s Glancee. Glancee is an ambient location-based service. It’s mobile app uses Facebook as a login and the location of the user to connect with other like-minded people near that person’s location. Glancee also lets users explore profiles of people nearby and receive notifications of people with similar interests. The company announced the deal in an email statement today, but the details of the deal were not disclosed If you will head over to to Glancee’s site, you will be welcomed by the words “Glancee is joining Facebook!”. Apparently Facebook has already shut down the Glancee’s location app and its full-time employees will be joining Facebook as well. “We are thrilled to confirm that Facebook has acquired Glancee. The acquisition closed today. We can’t wait for co-founders Andrea, Alberto and Gabriel to join the Facebook team to work on products that help people discover new places and share them with friends,” Facebook said. Glancee is expected to work on location-related features for the giant social network. Facebook will raise as much as $11.8 billion via an initial public offering and it’s using acquisitions to fuel growth in services for mobile users.

:: Facebook acquires location app Glancee :: Just one month after Facebook bought Instagram, the social networking giant is acquiring another company – this time it’s Glancee. Glancee is an ambient location-based service. It’s mobile app uses Facebook as a login and the location of the user to connect with other like-minded people near that person’s location. Glancee also lets users explore profiles of people nearby and receive notifications of people with similar interests. The company announced the deal in an email statement today, but the details of the deal were not disclosed If you will head over to to Glancee’s site, you will be welcomed by the words “Glancee is joining Facebook!”. Apparently Facebook has already shut down the Glancee’s location app and its full-time employees will be joining Facebook as well. “We are thrilled to confirm that Facebook has acquired Glancee. The acquisition closed today. We can’t wait for co-founders Andrea, Alberto and Gabriel to join the Facebook team to work on products that help people discover new places and share them with friends,” Facebook said. Glancee is expected to work on location-related features for the giant social network. Facebook will raise as much as $11.8 billion via an initial public offering and it’s using acquisitions to fuel growth in services for mobile users.

:: Facebook acquires location app Glancee :: Just one month after Facebook bought Instagram, the social networking giant is acquiring another company – this time it’s Glancee. Glancee is an ambient location-based service. It’s mobile app uses Facebook as a login and the location of the user to connect with other like-minded people near that person’s location. Glancee also lets users explore profiles of people nearby and receive notifications of people with similar interests. The company announced the deal in an email statement today, but the details of the deal were not disclosed If you will head over to to Glancee’s site, you will be welcomed by the words “Glancee is joining Facebook!”. Apparently Facebook has already shut down the Glancee’s location app and its full-time employees will be joining Facebook as well. “We are thrilled to confirm that Facebook has acquired Glancee. The acquisition closed today. We can’t wait for co-founders Andrea, Alberto and Gabriel to join the Facebook team to work on products that help people discover new places and share them with friends,” Facebook said. Glancee is expected to work on location-related features for the giant social network. Facebook will raise as much as $11.8 billion via an initial public offering and it’s using acquisitions to fuel growth in services for mobile users.

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