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ASUS PixelMaster Camera captures all your precious moments – perfectly.
With ASUS PixelMaster Camera at your fingertips, there’s no need to worry about fiddly options or settings to capture great photos. Our unique scene-detection technology analyses your surroundings instantly, suggesting the best mode for your shot.
From dusky evening scenes and low-light indoor shots to bright, high-contrast environments, ASUS PixelMaster Camera enables effortless mode-switching. So, no matter whether capturing exciting sporting moments, beautiful scenery on your travels or cute shots of your kids, ASUS PixelMaster Camera turns you into a professional sharp-shooter – all at the touch of a button!
                                                                         [Key Features]

- Low-light mode boosts light sensitivity by up to 400%, so you’re free to snap anywhere and anytime.
- Time Rewind mode captures a burst of photos before and after you press the shutter button, so you will never miss the perfect moment.
- Selfie mode lets you use the high-resolution rear camera for selfie shots, capturing three photos automatically when faces are detected, so you can pick the best pose.
- Beautification mode applies multiple enhancements automatically to make you and your subjects look even more gorgeous — and all in real time. 
- HDR mode captures much more detail from high-contrast and backlit scenes, so your photos look better than ever before.
- Panorama mode lets you grab a wider view of your surroundings for broader memories.
- PanoSphere mode captures everything in front, above, around and behind you, for a spherical photo that recreates the feeling of being there.
- Other brilliant creative modes include: Auto, Miniature, Depth of Field, Smart Remove, All Smiles and GIF Animation.
- Recording mode includes a simple-to-use Time Lapse feature.

1. For the best effects from Miniature mode shoot scenes with distant subjects, such as capturing street views from the top of high buildings.
2. For the best effects from Depth of Field mode shoot subjects at close-up distances of around 40cm, such a wine bottle on a table.
3. Use Auto mode to find nine more outstanding easy-to-apply creative effects.


GENERAL2G NetworkGSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G NetworkHSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
SIMDual SIM (Micro-SIM, dual stand-by)
Announced2014, January
StatusAvailable. Released 2014, April
BODYDimensions148.2 x 72.8 x 5.5-10.3
Weight145 g (5.11 oz)
DISPLAYTypeIPS capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size720 x 1280 pixels, 5.0 inches (~294 ppi pixel density)
ProtectionCorning Gorilla Glass 3
SOUNDAlert typesVibration, MP3 ringtones
3.5mm jackYes
MEMORYCard slotmicroSD, up to 64 GB
Internal8/16 GB, 1/2 GB RAM
SpeedHSDPA, 42.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
WLANWi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot
Bluetoothv4.0, A2DP, EDR
USBmicroUSB v2.0
CAMERAPrimary8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
Secondary2 MP
FEATURESOSAndroid OS, v4.3 (Jelly Bean), upgradable to v4.4.2 (KitKat)
ChipsetIntel Atom Z2580/ Z2560
CPUDual-core 2 GHz (Z2580)/ 1.6 GHz (Z2560)
SensorsAccelerometer, proximity, compass
MessagingSMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
RadioFM radio
JavaYes, via Java MIDP emulator
ColorsCharcoal Black, Pearl White, Cherry Red, Champagne Gold, Twilight Purple
 - MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player
- MP4/H.264/H.263 player
- Organizer
- Document viewer
- Photo viewer/editor
- Voice memo/dial
- Predictive text input
BATTERY Non-removable Li-Po 2110 mAh battery
Stand-by(2G) / Up to 353 h (3G)
Talk time(2G) / Up to 18 h 30 min (3G)

Yamaha FZ 8 0

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                                Yamaha FZ 8

The 2013 Yamaha FZ comes in three models: FZ 1, FZ 8, and FZ 6 R. The FZ 1 and FZ 8 models have standard body styles. The FZ R 6 has a sport body style. Each of these models were introduced at various times. Production of the FZ 1 began in 2001. The FZ 6 R was introduced in 2009. Yamaha introduced the FZ 8 in 2011. Having three separate models allows Yamaha to offer more variety to customers. The 2013 Yamaha FZ R 6, for instance, has a displacement of 600 cc while the FZ 8 offers 779 cc and the FZ 1 has 998 cc. Despite some differences in body style, seating, and performance, though, all of these models have a lot in common. The differences lie in the details. Of course, the FZ 1, as a larger vehicle, will appeal to those who prefer the rumble and power of a traditional motorcycle. Those who want a quick, stealthy feel can turn to the smaller models. Either way, the Yamaha FZ can meet the needs of most motorcycle riders who want to enjoy the open road with a reliable vehicle between their legs.
The Yamaha FZ 1, which is the largest and oldest of the current models, has been in production since 2001. The differences between the first generation (2001-2005) and second generation (2005-current) essentially created a new motorcycle. When designing the second generation FZ 1, Yamaha developed a new body style, front and back suspension, and even a new engine. The second generation had a 40 percent heavier crankshaft and an updated balance shaft that improved the motorcycle's performance.
Yamaha has also made several small changes to the FZ 1 since releasing the second generation. In 2006, the company began using a stiff rear spring and an updated throttling system that allowed the operator to control quick bursts of energy. In 2007, Yamaha decided to soften the rear spring, offering a more comfortable ride. It also updated the fuel injection system. Satisfied with these changes, Yamaha used the same basic design until 2010, when it improved the bike's throttle response in the mid-RPM range by updating its ECU mapping. In 2011, the company made further improvements focusing on throttle response at lower speeds. The vehicle remains largely unchanged between 2011 and 2013.
The FZ 1 has won numerous awards and reviews throughout its production. The introductory 2011 model received positive reviews from important critics at and Motorcyclist Magazine. also gave the second generation a good review in 2006. Cycle World gave the motorcycle a positive review that year, as well. Positive reviews continued in 2998 and 2009, when the FZ 1 was hailed by Motorcycle Thailand and Two Wheel Freaks, respectively. It even won second place in a list by Rider Magazine.
These recognitions show that past versions of the Yamaha FZ 1 and its related models offer power and aesthetics that impress critics who really know how to spot a good motorcycle. The 2013 FZ models continue this tradition with exceptional engineering and attractive designs. Whether riders prefer the feel of a standard bike or a sport bike design, they can engine exploring the roads on a 2013 Yamaha FZ knowing that the make has a history of reliability and good times.


Gravity cast, lightweight aluminum twin spar frame provides an optimized rigidity balance for incredible sports performance combined with great stability. The engine is a stressed member of the chassis, allowing a lighter main frame design without sacrificing stability and light, agile handling qualities. The frame is the same spec and shape as the FZ1.
The riding position is one of the most important features of the FZ8. Based on the FZ1 layout, it offers a balance between a sporty riding position and excellent rider comfort thanks to its upright design.
Key chassis geometry figures include: 1460mm (57.5") wheelbase 51% front and 49 % rear weight balance, 25 degrees of rake and 109 mm of trail. The 47 degree lean angle highlights the FZ8 sporty side.
Detachable steel rear sub frame allows easy access to rear suspension components and reduces costs in the event of a "loop-out".
C.F. (Controlled Filling) die cast aluminum truss-type rear swingarm offers great rear wheel control and traction for razor-sharp cornering and superb stability at speed. The 3-axis stacked engine design allows enough room for the engineers to use this long design (690mm) swingarm, which minimizes the effect of the chain tension on the bike's handling.
43mm Kayaba inverted cartridge style fork offers 130mm (5.1") of wheel travel. Fork offset is 25 degrees. The benefits of the inverted design include, reduced "unsprung" weight and reduced fork flex since the larger diameter tubes are gripped in the triple clamps. Unsprung weight is weight or mass of the suspension and the components such as the wheels and other components that move with the suspension. A reduction in unsprung weight allows improved control of the suspension function.
Lightweight aluminum upper and lower triple clamps.
Link-type Monocross rear suspension features a preload adjustable shock that allows the rider to tailor spring preload to match load and/or road conditions. Adjustments include 9 - way spring preload. Rear wheel travel is 130mm or 5.1"
Dual 310mm front discs are squeezed by ultra rigid R6 inspired monoblock, 4-piston calipers which provide outstanding stopping power and feel. The master cylinder utilizes a 16mm piston for outstanding stopping power with less lever effort.
267mm rear disc is squeezed by a lightweight single piston slide-type Nissin caliper with sintered metal brake pads.
Lightweight cast-aluminum 5-spoke wheels reduce unsprung weight for great handling characteristics. The front wheel is an MT3.50-17 and is fitted with a 120/70-ZR17 radial tire. The rear wheel is a MT5.50-17 fitted with a 180/55-ZR17 radial tire.
Aggressive single headlight provides plenty of illumination with its 60/55 watt halogen bulb. There is even a super small, colour matched "bikini" windshield mounted above the headlight to add even more style.
Conventional handlebar design features an upright positioning for maximum everyday riding comfort.
17-liter fuel tank offers a slim design with great knee grip. The reserve portion of the tank is 3.4 litres.
Separate rider and passenger seats offers exceptional solo or two-up comfort. Seat width is narrower than the FZ1, making it easier to touch the ground. Seat height is 815mm (32.1")
One-piece race inspired instrument features analog tachometer, digital speedometer, odometer, dual tripmeters, fuel gauge, fuel reserve tripmeter (counts kilometres since the fuel went on reserve), clock, coolant temperature and a self diagnosis mode. 

2013 Yamaha FZ Specs

  • Model: FZ
  • Engine Type: Horizontal In-Line
  • Bore and Stroke: 3.03 in. X 2.11 in.
  • Compression ratio: 12.21
  • Valve Train: DOHC
  • Induction: N/A
  • Ignition: Electric
  • Transmission: 6-speed Manual
  • Final Drive: Chain
  • Fuel Capacity: 4.6 gallons
  • Estimated Fuel Economy: 43 mpg combined
  • Brakes (Front): Dual Hydraulic Disc
  • Brakes (Rear): Hydraulic Disc
  • Suspension (Front): Telescopic Fork
  • Suspension (Rear): Two-Sided Swing Arm
  • Wheelbase: 57.5 inches
  • Rake: N/A
  • Trail: N/A
  • Seat Height: 30.9 inches
  • Curb Weight: 470 lbs.
  • Tires (Front): 120/70 ZR17
  • Tires (Rear): 180/55 ZR17

Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport 0

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                                                  Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport

Designed for active lifestyles, the Galaxy S® 5 Sport works with the elements as well as you do. The IP67 Certification and full-sealed design means it’s protected from dust and moisture***, while the Side Grip Enhancements give you a reinforced and stylish hold. And you’ll feel in control with the defined hard keys that make it easy to operate when you're on the go.

Work on Fitness†, Anywhere
The integrated S Health™ partner† makes it fun and accessible to work on your fitness goals. Track your steps, map your run, refuel with on-demand nutrition info—even check your pulse with the built-in heart rate sensor that responds to your touch. And for those who choose the great outdoors for exercising, Activity Zone launches features like a compass and stopwatch to make every movement outside matter†.

Immersive 5.1" HD Display
Everything we know about HDTV is packed inside the large 5.1" Full HD Super AMOLED® display. Enjoy richer colors, see darker shadows and get faster response times. So whether you’re watching the playoffs, reading stats or playing games, you’ll experience it all in full HD 1080p clarity.

Fast Action 16MP Camera with Pro Editing Tools
Get more details out of every picture. With faster Auto Focus and real-time HDR, you’ll get high quality photos, whether you’re courtside or on the trail. And with the simplified user interface, you’ll get all the shooting modes displayed in an effortless, intuitive way.

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                                    Essentials for Website Optimization SEO

Whether you are marketing a product online through a website or simply want more people to read your blogs, you might want to employ SEO or search engine optimization. SEO makes your website more visible to Internet users who browse through search engines. Imagine that a potential client or visitor comes across your webpage immediately after typing a word or phrase on a web browser. Search engine optimization can help make this possible.


Keywords define the effectiveness of search engine optimization. When performing an SEO task, think about the words that a person will type to look for a service, a product, or even a topic for discussion.

One way to improve your grasp of keywords is to be more specific with using them. Rather than focus on a general term such as 'mobile apps,' you may describe it in more detail, such as 'budget organizing mobile apps' or 'adventure gaming mobile apps.' In some instances, you may use interrogative statements like "how to get web support services?" as keywords. Look into current trends and market demands to find out the best keywords to use.
Be sure to avoid overusing keywords as this strategy often backfires. Settle on three to five keywords per one page of website content.

                                                      Website Content

Even with the right use of keywords, performing SEO on a website has limited effect if it lacks quality content. High-quality content means that a website can provide exact and reliable information that its viewers are looking for.
Usually, website owners assign the task of creating content to individuals with notable writing and editing skills rather than to those with SEO expertise. In fact, SEO focuses on systematically relaying the content to web browsers and other sites. Features that improve the quality of website content include use of simple words, absence of typographical and grammatical errors, and factual data.
Nowadays, people often prefer graphics over words. However, search engines look for text, not images. You may use images to enliven a website, but avoid putting too much of them and making them like a photo album. Always remember that the quality of text comes first.

                                                      Meta Information

Title tags and meta descriptions always matter when doing SEO work. When a web browser displays results for a searched phrase, the first things that the Internet user sees are title tags. Essentially, a title tag gives a website its first impression. Be sure to abide with the limit of words when working with title tags. Keep them concise, state the most important idea, and prefer using the active voice. Think about why a viewer should click your title tag in order to come up with the best choice of words. You may use pipes (|) to keep phrases apart.
For example, you can use "Be Present at Work|4 Ways to Boost Your Immune System" as a title tag for a web page that offers advice to employees who want to stay healthy.
The meta description provides more detail about the title tag. As with title tags, meta descriptions also have a limit for word use. One technique is to summarize the page's description in one to two sentences. Additional tips include using the active voice, stating details that arouse the viewer's interest, and expressing the topic's relevance to the public or target viewers.

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                                                        Apple iphone 6

Well folks, the time for wild-eyed rumors and clandestine reports is finally over -- Apple CEO Tim Cook just officially revealed the hefty new iPhone 6 Plus and its 5.5-inch screen in Cupertino alongside a long-rumored (and handier) 4.7-inch model. This thing won't seem all that foreign if you frequent the geekier corners of the web, but it's a sure sign that Apple wants to give all those other pocket-stretching phablets out there a run for their metaphorical money. The company's live press event is still chugging along (with a sketchy stream, no less), but here's what we know so far.

There are no two ways about it: The star of the show here is the spacious 5.5-inch 1080p Retina HD display riding up front -- to hear Apple's Phil Schiller tell it, it's sRGB-accurate, has an ultrathin backlight, photo-aligned IPS liquid crystals, an improved polarizer and ion-strengthened glass. More importantly (and at long last!), the screen runs at 1080p.

You won't notice any dramatic design differences between this model and its little brother -- it's still dramatically thinner than the iPhones that came before it (the Plus comes in at 7.1mm thick), and the angular edges of the 5s have given way to a smoother, rounder look in line with the company's most recent batch of iPads. Remember all those leaks? They absolutely nailed it, and the end result looks, well, really comfortable to latch onto.

But what of the tech powering the show? Let's look at Apple's snappy new 64-bit A8 chipset. Schiller says it's 50 percent more energy efficient (not to mention a hair smaller) than the A7 that graced earlier models, and about 25 percent more powerful to boot. A new M8 coprocessor should also help keep better track of your activity levels, since it can hazard guesses at distance traveled and measure elevation changes for you avid stair-climbers. And speaking of power, you'll be able to squeeze 16 days of standby time out of the 6 Plus, 14 hours of continual video playback and or a full 24 hours of 3G talk time out of the non-removable battery.

Mobile photographers (which is really everyone these days, right?) may be a little bummed to see that the 6 Plus has an 8-megapixel iSight camera and an f/2.2 aperture lens paired with the same True Tone flash as in the 5s. That's not to say that Apple's been slacking -- it's got phase-detecting autofocus (we've seen similar tech in SLRs), improved face detection and a new Best Shot mode. Extra bonus for Plus owners: you get optical image stabilization, so you can lord your crisper shots over everyone else when it launches. You'll be able to shoot 1080p video at either 30 or 60 frames per second, and slow-motion video has gotten even slower: think a whopping 240 frames-per-second mode. The front-facing camera has been updated with a sensor that's even greedier for photons, perfect for all those well-lit "LOOK I HAVE A NEW IPHONE" selfies you'll probably snap.

Apple's iOS 8 got the grand unveiling treatment back at WWDC, but (to no one's surprise) it packs a few extra features to help it feel more at home on bigger screens. Perhaps the biggest is the inclusion of a two-paned landscape mode, which makes the whole thing feel a little more like a tiny iPad than an upscaled iPhone. If you use the Touch ID button (yeah, you're not escaping those sensors), you'll also invoke a one-handed mode that moves everything down to the lower half of the display for easy access -- great if you've got some short thumbs.

There's a decent chance that if you're reading this, you're already clamoring for a 6 Plus of your very own. Curiously, Apple has done away with the 32GB model entirely and added a 128GB model to the mix too in case you've got a few decades of movies that need to go with you everywhere. The 6 Plus will cost $299, $399 and $499 for the 16GB, 64GB and 128GB models, respectively, with your usual two-year contract. You'd better start saving up, too: Preorders start on September 12 and it'll start shipping in "several countries" on the 19th. Take that, oft-repeated rumors of a protracted launch!

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                                           Google Giving SEO Lift To Websites

It's not often you get SEO tips directly from Google. But just last week it was reported by Google that secure websites may start to enjoy a search boost. The search giant has started including secure SSL as a ranking factor. Google wants all websites to start becoming more secure and hopes that this latest update to its search algorithm will help to encourage this.

                                       What's SSL and why is it important?

If you're unfamiliar with SSL, it's essentially those websites that appear as "HTTPS" as opposed to "HTTP", with the "S" standing for secure. SSL or (Secure Sockets Layers) is a security protocol that encrypts communication between a web server and a user's web browser. This makes it much harder for anyone "snooping in" to read and decipher the data being transferred.

                                     What websites need an SSL certificate?

Any website that requires a password, or communicates financial, or other private information, should by default be using SSL to protect customer's information. It is this latest announcement that Google hopes will encourage more to follow suit.

                                    Will the update affect your search rankings?

At the moment very few websites will be impacted as Google is putting very little weight on this factor when ranking websites. The Google team has said that it should affect less than 1% of global search queries, compared to much more important factors such as unique, high-quality content. Google also expressed that they want to give webmasters time to switch over to HTTPS, and plan to strengthen the impact of this ranking factor to encourage more sites to switch over to https. According to the Google Webmaster blog over time Google "may decide to strengthen it, because we'd like to encourage all website owners to switch from HTTP to HTTPS to keep everyone safe on the web."

                                   Should you move towards SSL?

The only people that are going to be losing out, especially when Google increases the importance of this factor are those that aren't taking measures to secure their websites. For everyone else who uses SSL it will be a case of competing in terms of other important factors, such as social branding, unique content & backlinks.

                             How can you make your website more secure with SSL?

Although the SEO benefit may be small, for now, it's something that is certainly worth investing in. Not just for Google's sake, but for your customers too. By converting now you will be ready when Google decides they want to increase the weight it gives to SSL. Your website won't take a knock in search rankings when it happens. You can read Google's advice on notifying them of a URL change (from HTTP to HTTPS). In the past many businesses have been resistant of the move towards SSL due to the costs and speed issues. However the technology has become far more sophisticated and efficient, making it much more affordable and easier to manage.

                              Google aside, do you need an SSL Certificate? Probably

Some website owners are probably thinking why do I need an SSL Certificate if I don't collect personal information and don't perform financial transactions on my site? For one, if you have a form on your site to collect email addresses or other data on your prospects, some folks may be reluctant to leave information on an insecure page. That could be costing you revenue in the long run. If your site allows for customers to log in to their personal account or to see hidden pages by logging in, the prospect/customer can be taking a risk. Even a novice hacker can break down that type of exchange. Since many people use the same password for many applications, it is easy to see how a problem can develop.

You can often purchase an SSL from your web host, or through a dedicated SSL provider. Search "ssl providers comparison" and you'll have plenty of good information to help you decide what provider to choose.

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