If you are using a USB HSPA dongle to access the internet, one of common problem that you might face is the low signal strength on the place that you live. Low signal levels translate in to low download/upload speeds and higher latency. The level of signal’s depend on various factors such as the distance between you and the nearest transmission tower of your service provider etc. But there are some ways that you can use to increase the signal levels that your modem receives,
Do you remember the webmaster outrage happened after the Google Panda update which was rolled out April 24th last year? Until now Google has been rolling out lots of small incremental updates to the search algorithm, beating bad web sites to the ground and also affecting some percentage of genuine web sites too. If you have a spammy link profile you probably should be already affected by these updates. I have wrote earlier about how you can disavow spam links pointing at your web site. But that’s just a part of the equation.
“Shield” is the Nvidia’s approach to the handheld gaming market. Few minutes ago Nvidia has announced the pre-order availability. Nvidia Shield is now available to pre-order from NewEgg , GameStop and Nvidia’s own web store for just $349.99. Release data is mentioned as 06/04/2013
Shiled concept is not ground braking at all, Its just an Android gaming device but the bright side is that it will attract many game developers than for the small Android game device manufacturers. Also Nvidia Shield is one of the first devices to use Nvidia’s latest Tegra 4 processor and here are some specifications listed on Newegg, Continue reading
You might know about the Nginx Auto install script listed on this blog . Its been almost 3 years since I have released my first modified version of it. Those days my version brought a lot of changes to the original version because my version came with the latest versions of Nginx , PHP. But later on the original developer Incorporated most of my changes to the original version.
Need to try out WIndows 2012 Server edition? Windows Azure, which is the cloud platform of Microsoft ( like Amazon AWS ) offers you free 90 days of trial for people who want to try out their service. This is just like Amazon AWS free trial but Microsoft is very generous except for bandwidth usage, because they enable you to create VM’s up to 14GB RAM and 8 cores with this free trial. Like I said only downside is that you will get only 20GB of outbound bandwidth and inbound is free.
You can signup here but you will need to provide credit card details to verify your account. But don’t worry, Microsoft is placing $0.01 spending limit for trial accounts so you won’t get charged for anything like if you choose the wrong option. Continue reading
You can use things like Dropbox to backup your files and stuff. But if you need more storage than regular free Dropbox account’s give you, you have to spend $9.99 per month to purchase Dropbox premium 100GB account. But that price is not justifiable if you are a sysadmin . What if you can get more than Dropbox type storage for the same price?
VPS’s ( Virtual Private Server ) are so cheap these days. And some of the providers give us plenty of storage for just a few bucks a month. If you go for VPS other than just a Dropbox premium, possibilities are endless. You can run your own type of Dropbox on it ( OwnCloud ). Ill cover about setting up OwnCloud on the next article or so. And you can even setup TorrentFlux and run remote desktop on the same VPS so you can download stuff to your storage using web browser etc. Continue reading
Google is taking rel=”author” markup to a whole new level with Google+. You are most likely missing up if you haven’t added your author profile to your web page already. Rumor has it that adding rel=”author” and verifying your authorship is helping for your SEO and SERP’s (Search Engine Ranking Positions). So how can you add this to your WordPress blog or web site without editing any code or whatsoever? Read on, Continue reading
Note : This is a part of http://www.ruchirablog.com/nginx-autoinstaller/ guide.
APC Alternative PHP Cache, is a nice little caching add-on to PHP which can increase the performance of PHP significantly. APC works by optimizing the PHP compiler and storing the final compiled code in the memory. So this saves the burden of having to retrieve the source file from the disk and compile it every time when a visitor requests a page.