Friday, 22 November 2013

Keeping up with web traffic

web traffic
If you own a website – as many businesses do – you're likely already aware of the benefits that being online can provide. You may also have realised just how important web traffic is, as this dictates the number of people on your website.

The more people that visit, the more potential customers you can make. As such, it always helps to keep up with web traffic. This includes knowing the numbers, benefiting from both real-time and real usage data, and ensuring that your web load speeds don't fail as a result of too much traffic.


The first and most obvious call of port should be to simply be aware of the numbers. When it comes to a website, the volume of hits can be seen as the earliest sign of success or not. A rise would indicate growing interest, for instance.

After a number of months you can then apply moving averages and trends to determine potential future growth. If you're expecting an increase in a certain amount, it's much easier to set such targets and plan to adapt ahead of time.

Real-Time Data 

Similarly, it's important to get real-time data. Knowing past figures, such as at monthly reports, can be useful but data that comes in as it happens allows for more accurate and dynamic responses.

For example, when is your website's traffic at its highest? If there is a noticeable trend, this might suggest a potential course of action. Again, such real-time information allows for a better response as you can recognise increasing volumes of traffic much sooner – this would help anticipate the growing numbers rather than simply waiting for it to happen which can overload your servers.

Real Usage 

Likewise, you should also aim for real usage data. There is a big difference between the number of hits a website gets and the number of individual users.

You should also be interested in this data because it shows returning interest. 10,000 hits is no good if no one comes back – in many ways, it’s actually better to have a lower hit count with a higher percentage of returning customers as this would show a dedicated and interested audience. In other words, if they come back, it's a good sign for the business, which is why you need the right data and monitoring to support and show this.

Services such as web load testing can provide an effective way to keep up with website traffic.

Thursday, 21 November 2013

Best Smartphones With Physical Keyboard

Motorola Photon Q 4G
Smartphones are becoming a huge passion for most of the teen around this globe; touchscreen smartphones are manufactured by the most of the manufacturers. Most of the smartphones are coming very sleek with one or two buttons in its outer case. This makes the physical keyboard to gone away from the smartphones and which results in reduction of thickness of the mobile. But somehow there are few smartphones which has best keyboards in it. In this article you can get information about the most innovative smartphones with physical keyboard and they are given as;

1. Motorola Photon Q 4G: Motorola Photon Q 4G is an awesome mobile which brings out the slide-out keyboard for its users. Motorola Photon Q 4G helps you to type your text faster than other touchscreen smartphones. Motorola Photon Q 4G runs on android operating system and comes with fastest processor. The Motorola Corporation makes a series of smartphones with better keyboard designs. Motorola Photon Q 4G has Bluetooth 4.0 and it has 4G technology in it.

2. BlackBerry Q10: BlackBerry Q10 has 3.5 inch display screen and it comes with 4G technology in it. BlackBerry Q10 runs on BlackBerry operating system and it has LED flash to capture picture in low light itself. BlackBerry Q10 has a brilliant interface and has Great keyboard with compact design.

3. Motorola Droid 4: Motorola Droid 4 is a best mobile which provides you a best experience with physical keyboard. Motorola Droid 4 has amazing keyboard design and has an awesome slide-out keyboard. It enables you to capture 1080p HD video without a lag. It has a screen size of 4.5” display and runs on Android operating system in it.Motorola Droid 4 makes you to utilize its feature unlimitedly with the 4G technology.

4. BlackBerry Torch 9810: BlackBerry Torch 9810 is a wonderful smartphone with blackberry operating system. BlackBerry Torch 9810 is an ultimate mobile with responsive display and it comes with Full QWERTY formatted physical keyboard. Since it runs over BlackBerry OS 7, BlackBerry Torch 9810 lacks lots of applications in the app market for the BlackBerry Torch 9810. BlackBerry Torch 9810 comes with 3.5 inch display and has built-in camera which allows you to take HD video recording from it.

5. Motorola Droid 3: Motorola Droid 3 is a slide-out keyboard mobile, which allows you to type the text very quickly through the physical keyboard. Motorola Droid 3 has 4 inch screen display which gives you a wonderful image experience and Motorola Droid 3 runs on android operating system. This let you to grab tons of mobile application from the Google market store. Motorola Droid 3 is very pretty and has a brilliant camera which allows you to shoot pictures even in dim light too. Motorola Droid 3 has a fantastic keyboard with slide-out model with number row. You can easily extend the storage of Motorola Droid 3 by extending your memory with external memory stick.

Hope you have like the list of smartphones with physical keyboard which gives a better guide to buy the best Smartphones.

Jawbone Up activity tracker

Jawbone Up
In the those days if you want to increase or decrease your shape or live healthier it takes long time but now all these can be taken care of a device such as a fitness bracelet. Yes the device is named Jawbone Up. It helps you to become faster, easier and more beautiful at the earliest. The Jawbone Up measures how many steps we have taken and how long we are active and how many hours we have slept

. Within its rubber housing more sensors work for you and they are connected with our Smartphones. With the apps provided for our Smartphone we can analyze the data. And we can share these details with our friends and relatives in the social media. It automatically records our entire activities. It don’t need a Bluetooth just your headphone jack of your Smartphone do all the wonder on behalf of you.

 Based on these available data, the device calculates the perfect wakeup time and wakes up. In this way we better and more relaxed start of the day. Even you can calculate your office nap with this device. The sensors register our every movement and show it in a nice graphic format every morning. Even we can monitor our eating habits and thereby check taking too much of processed food. Every dish has to be quantitatively recorded and compared with the up data base.

The battery long lost for ten days. If you are using additional gadgets such as vibrator and Alarm then it will eat more of your battery life and can be recharged with your USB charger. This electronic bracelet is a motivational tool that sometimes painfully reminds the wearer of how much actual and target values for physical activity, eating and sleeping habits.

Panono, A Spherical Roll Camera Provides 360 - Degree Images


Picture taken by Panono
Now You have the option to throw your camera up in the air and the rest will be taken care of your Camera. Amazing, isn’t it? This novel technology is employed in a new camera concept called Panono. A round ball is studded with 36 small photo chips, the result of your output looks like Google Street View.

 Instead of pressing a trigger, it very simple and you have to throw the ball-shaped camera in the air. At the highest point of the trajectory then a motion sensor automatically activates an all photo composed of 36 small cell phone cameras, which are arranged similar to the compound eye of a fly and a complete visibility enable: Forward, backward, up, down, right and left. And directly under the camera of course is always the photographer to see themselves, usually with arms outstretched, to catch the panoramic camera.

Horizontal 360 - degree panoramas can be taken together semiautomatic with many Smartphones. Panono the other hand is called the first 360 x 360 degree panoramic camera. With these snapshots you can only see what is in front of the photographer. This Panono union camera captures the entire scene, however, a bit like Google Street View, but from the air. Arrow had the peculiar idea when he visited the island of Tonga while studying abroad in New Zealand.

Overwhelmed by the beauty of the Island, he wanted to stick with a conventional camera and shot the entire scene as he thought; But it would not  be easier to make a fully automatic for all shot! Thus the idea for his thesis at the Technical University was born. He developed a prototype that was originally almost as big as a handball and 750 grams in weight, covered in green foam panels to protect the flying camera. In September 2012, Arrow was awarded for his prototype ICT - founder prize of 30,000 Euros.

Over three million times the demo video of his camera has been clicked in YouTube in short span. Now he has offered the camera on the Internet for sale on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo. The steep price for early booking is 499 €. Now he has now shrunk to half of its original size, the weight to around 300 grams the entire raw image is gigantic with 72 megapixels composed of 36 two- megapixel cameras. The software then converts the images together; the end result can be explored in mobile phone, tablet or computer by wiping over image or rotates with the phone on its own axis.

The Panono - throw camera combines two trends particularly; one is the slightly oblique hobby to throw conventional cameras for taking pictures in the air to be surprised what comes out of it - and if you succeed the collection . “Camera tossing " is this reckless disposable camera method.

“Moga Ace Power” an iOS 7 gamepad from Logitech

Moga Ace Power
Logitech also has introduced a first gamepad for iOS 7 on Wednesday. The Power Shell with Controller device and Battery is called as Mogas Ace Power is of Lightning speed, equipped with a connector and accommodates iPhone 5s, iPhone 5 or iPod touch fifth generation.

The 120 gram gamepad includes a 1500 mAh battery. In contrast the Moga Logitech waived the analog sticks and directional pad limited to, action buttons and shoulder buttons. An adapter allows you to connect a headphone, the volume buttons and the ringer mute switch on the iPhone lets the gamepad free.

 Bluetooth support also still missing. In the U.S., the PowerShell controller seems now available at a price of $ 100, in other European countries it cost 100 Euros for a pre-order and is possible - probably follows the launch in December or January. Developers need to incorporate support for the new controller into their apps – iOS7.