Shared hosting is the way where you can share server resources to many people/client at a time. In this kind of hosting a client who is hosting his/her website need not pay the full server rent. The rent is divided as equal to the space and resources he/she will be using.
Is it Secure?
The most common solution for those looking to secure hosting is a shared package. Shared hosting packages allow website owners the space to host one or more websites in a sub account. That account is hosted on the same server as other users’ accounts. In practice, hundreds and potentially thousands of websites may be hosted on the same server as a shared package, hence its name. This allows for the costs of hosting to be kept to a minimum, versus a dedicated server.
We already reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 but this one small review is from Dave of Daily Tech TV. It is seen that most of the tech lovers love the specs and size of the Galaxy Note 2. The design, weight and functionality all three seems to be optimized in the Galaxy Note 2. So- if you are going to choose it for your next favorite design you have got my vote.
With so many mobile devices on today’s market, choosing between them can be a nightmare. This isn’t helped by the fact that we’re under constant pressure to upgrade our handsets. Every now and again, there is a great upgrade released. Not many people would think twice about trading in an iPhone 4S for an iPhone 5, for example. But that doesn’t mean that every upgrade is necessarily worth it. Today we’re looking at two of Samsung’s phones. The first is the Galaxy Nexus, a great little device that’s offered at very low cost with most mobile service providers such as Orange and T-Mobile, and the Galaxy S II, the Nexus’s upgrade. We wanted to know whether this upgrade was worth it or not. So we put these two devices to the test, head to head, to find out how they compare and what their differences are. If you’re in the market for an upgrade, then you might want to read on to find out whether or not this one’s worth it…
What the Galaxy Nexus Does Better…
Being the older model, ideally the Nexus wouldn’t do anything better, but that’s rarely the case with these things. The Nexus does have a pretty big advantage, that lies in its screen. It has the larger screen, measuring in at 4.6 inches over the 4.3 inch screen on the Galaxy S II. But that display also has two and a half times higher screen resolution and around fifty per cent more PPI (pixels per inch). These two things combined mean that the display on the Nexus is noticeably brighter, clearer and sharper than that on the Galaxy S II. For a smart phone, the screen is a pretty big deal and a major factor in purchase decision making, and it looks like the Nexus just does it better.
We have tested this tablet that is 16GB and 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich built in. The different thing you might notice at the very first glance is the top and bottom corner of the tablet. It is distinguished as the Sony’s style. Two top corners are littler curved and the liner is more smoothly gone to back end. The bottom is straighter than the top liner. Anyway, the outlook is pretty and glossy as other Sony products.
Motorola are a big name in mobile phone manufacturing circles. They were responsible for some of the biggest innovations in the early days of cell phones.
They got us all buying cool looking flip phones a few years ago, but then the market shifted towards the touchscreen smart phone, and Motorola seemingly got lost in the wake of companies like Samsung with their Galaxy series and Apple with their iPhones.
However, Motorola is back. And back with a bang.
The new RAZR MAXX HD is a stunning addition to the smart phone market, and well withstands the competition of the Galaxy and iPhone. It truly is a beautiful phone.
Anyone who is after a phone which offers great battery life should look no further than the Motorola RAZR MAXX. However, this is not the only thing you should consider when searching for a new smartphone and there are plenty of points about the Motorola RAZR MAXX which are ideal, but also several which might give you cause for concern.
A 2 Day Battery Life
Battery life is something that most smartphone users look for in a new handset. Everyone knows that the average smartphone user will find that they need to charge their handset once a day, so finding a phone that can do a little better than this is like finding gold at the end of the rainbow. Light to moderate users will only need to charge the phone every three days and heavy users will get two days out of it. [click to continue…]
Who doesn’t know that Google is on triumph in the web world. whenever we open our PC or laptop we have to go to Google or gmail.
Google has gained it’s huge market through satisfactory and innovative product ideas. Like me if you are a Google lover than you will love this Chromebook. It’s a net book with 11.6 inch screen and runs on the Google Chrome OS.