Wednesday, May 28, 2014

LG G3: Catch The First Look!

The LG G3, one of the most anticipated Smartphone of the year 2014 is out in the market now.  It is a perfect alternate to the biggest phones of the year like Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2

Yes, the LG G3 successfully comprises of bleeding-edge hardware, a bucketful of peculiar and custom software and everything Samsung is best known for. Its frantically high-resolution screen and laser guided photography are some of the striking features of this ravenous stock.

Being the successor of LG G2, it shares the same rounded corners and the slim look. With a 5.5-inch display it is the first phone having a QHD screen, equivalent to four 720p screens stitched together. 

The phone features better sharpness similar to phones like Galaxy S5 with high pixel density count.
The predecessor LG G2 had a conventional screen of 1080p resolution screen. Thus, it proffers you with a better experience while watching films and makes your games more enjoyable.

For those who love to carry a stylish phone, LG G3 is ideal as the back cover is exclusively available in faux metal. LG G2 featured a plastic back. The bolder look of G3 hides the micro SD card slot which was a real miss in the G2. This means purchasing G3 is a good deal if you want to use the phone as a music or video player.

Providing traits like 13-megapixel sensors, LED flashes and optical image stabilization, LG has made a commendable attempt to attract the customers. The LG G3 consists of the latest IMX214 sensor, also used earlier in the Huawei Ascend P7. The laser focusing system that fires out a laser light beam, snapping in low light conditions promises a better overall image quality.

A new screen technology, LTPS (Low temperature poly silicon) pioneered is a screen architecture which is used to enhance the efficiency of its battery. Along this, the use of Snapdragon processors by Qualcomm and a Snapdragon 801 chip makes it more amazing. Together you get the four cores clocked at 2.5GHz. 

The LG G3 is a real competitor for the Galaxy S5 and other similar gadgets. It is better in most aspects and if you have plans to get a new phone, G3 is worth considering!

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Bitcoin: Is it the Currency of Future???

Bitcoin, a new digital currency created in 2009 by an unknown person is an electronic currency also known as ‘crypto currency’. The transactions made with no middle men, i.e. no banks, make it distinctive. As there are no transaction fees or any other such formalities, it has gained huge popularity across the globe. Nowadays, more and more merchants have started accepting them. It symbolizes the beginning of era of cashless transactions and point toward a future where currencies may take digital form some day or the other. 

Bitcoins are a form of digital public money, whose value is derived from the computational solution of cryptographic problems. The transactions are recorded and secured as a public-private key cryptography on a decentralized peer to peer client network by millions of computer users called 'miners'. Nowadays, one bitcoin is currently worth 600 US dollars (approx.). Also, the world has bitcoins worth 1.9 billion USD at present and approximately 2 billion USD more have to be created in the future. Check out the various reasons how bitcoin currency has converged to make a real media sensation.

1) Bitcoins are neither produced by any central bank nor are they regulated by any government.  So, it is much clear that there is
no banks ‘log-in’ for your money transaction and hence, government tax agencies and the police are unable to track your money.  Due to the lack of government oversight, bitcoins have emerged out as an important tool for contraband trade and money laundering. A number of wealthy criminals started buying bitcoins in large volumes. This also caused their value of to touch the all new heights in the last 18 months.

2) Bitcoins are affecting the storage methods of the personal wealth greatly.  The initiation of printed money handed over the power of currency to a central province and diverse banks across the globe. Printing, storage, movement, etc. of the virtual money is carried out by such banks and they charge the users for their varying services.  Bitcoins makes a difference; they are designed to hand over the control of personal wealth back to the individual users. They hold actual packages of complex data that have a value in them, not like the paper balances that just promises to have a value.

3) Bitcoin irreversible transactions: Each one of us is aware of the conventional payment methods, for example bank drafts, cheques, credit and debit card charges, or online transfers. All these services serve the benefit of being insured and also they are reversible.  But, this is not the case with bitcoins. The transaction pursued every time with bitcoins change wallets and the result is final or irreversible. In short, there is no insurance protection of the bitcoin wallet. Once the wallets hard drive data or the wallet password is lost, the complete wallet's contents are lost forever.

Undoubtedly, bitcoin is quite resourceful and elegant, but it also contains some sort of basic flaws that makes it dubious for the world to accept it presently!