Monday, 4 December 2017

Moto G5s Plus- A Best Buy Mobile under 16k

Moto G5s Plus

A steadily advancing Smartphone in India with great impact on other mobiles.


Motorola is been with us now since long time. It's been a few years since the Motorola that we knew and loved was replaced by what I like to call Lenovorola. Gone are the quick updates, Moto Maker, and a lot of other things that made Motorola great; instead, we now have a ton of different models, super slow (or potentially nonexistent) updates, and strange-looking camera bumps.
But after using the Moto G5S Plus, I've warmed up a bit to Lenovo's Motorola. The potential in the mobile is quite similar to old famous well-known Motorola Phones. It's not perfect, but it's definitely usable as a daily driver, even for someone who typically uses flagship phones. The gap between the mid-range and the high-end is rapidly shrinking, and Motorola is jumping on that wave with the G5S Plus. Unfortunately, the combination of an inferior camera and a significant price hike make this phone a bit hard to recommend without its current discount.
Start conversations online with this unlocked Motorola Moto G5S Plus smartphone. Its 5.5-inch Full HD display provides brilliant picture quality, and it has 64GB of storage for saving Android apps and media files. This Motorola Moto G5S Plus smartphone has a 13-megapixel rear and a 8-megapixel front camera with flash features for taking quality photos.
Main Features
Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor
The octa-core 2GHz processor and 4GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
Android 7.1 Nougat
Offers a fresh, fast platform to help you stay connected and productive while you're on the go.
Compatible with CDMA and GSM carriers, including Verizon Wireless, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile
Also compatible with prepaid SIM Kits, including Verizon Wireless Prepaid, Cricket Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, H2O, GoPhone and Simple Mobile.
4G LTE speed
Provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content and staying connected with social media.
5.5" touch screen with 1920 x 1080 resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 3
The high-definition touch screen displays texts, e-mails, games, photos and videos with clarity. Corning Gorilla Glass resists scratches.
Dual 13.0MP rear-facing cameras and photo enhancement software
Snap a crystal clear close-up, then add a blurred background to enhance it even more - all with the touch of a button.
Capture the panorama behind you with an 8.0MP wide-angle front-facing camera that includes an LED flash.
64GB internal memory plus microSD slot
Enjoy plenty of storage space for your contacts, music, apps and more. Expand your storage up to 128GB by adding a microSD card (sold separately).
Make a splash
Never let spills, splashes or a little rain get in your way. Moto G5S Plus uses a water-repellent coating to protect your phone inside and out.
Your fingerprint keeps your phone secure
Swipe your finger on the backside sensor panel to unlock your phone.
TurboPower™ technology and all-day battery
The 3000mAh battery holds enough power to get you through your day. The included TurboPower™ charger gives you up to six hours of battery life with a quick 15-minute charge.
Multifunction fingerprint reader
Not only unlocks your phone, but helps you navigate it as well. Swipe left on the fingerprint reader to go back, right to access recent apps, tap to go home, or press and hold to lock up your phone.

SPECS

SoCSnapdragon 625
RAM3GB/4GB
Storage32GB/64GB
Display5.5-inch 1080p LCD
Battery3000mAh
Cameradual 13MP rear, 8MP front
SoftwareAndroid 7.1 Nougat
Measurements153.5 x 76.2 x 8.0-9.5mm
Price$279.99 - 3GB/32GB, $349.99 - 4GB/64GB

THE GOOD

DesignThe metal body is all grown up, and makes the phone look and feel much more expensive than it is.
Display1080p is perfectly adequate, and viewing angles are great.
Fingerprint sensorIt's quick, and it can even replace the nav buttons.
PerformanceUnless you're doing some serious gaming, it stays smooth.
Battery lifeYou'll have no problem making it through the day.
CompatibilityIt's unlocked, and works on all major US networks.


THE NOT SO GOOD

Camera(s)They're nothing special, and are lackluster in some crucial respects.
NFCIt's not here, so if you use mobile payments, you're SOL.
microUSBI still put the connector in upside-down every time.
PriceIts MSRP has gone up by $50 from the G5 Plus's, despite there not being many improvements.

Sunday, 3 December 2017

PAN to be linked with Aadhaar

Permanent Account Number [PAN]

Permanent Account Number (PAN) is a code that acts as an identification for Indian nationals, especially those who pay Income Tax. It is a unique, 10-character alpha-numeric identifier, issued to all judicial entities identifiable under the Indian Income Tax Act, 1961. An example number would be in the form of ARLPA0061H. It is issued by the Indian Income Tax Department under the supervision of the Central Board for Direct Taxes (CBDT) and it also serves as an important proof of identification.[1]
It is also issued to foreign nationals (such as investors) subject to a valid visa and hence, it is not acceptable as a proof of Indian citizenship.
The PAN is mandatory for a majority of financial transactions such as opening a bank account, receiving taxable salary or professional fees, sale or purchase of assets above specified limits etc.; especially high-value transactions.
The primary purpose of the PAN is to bring a universal identification to all financial transactions and to prevent tax evasion by keeping track of monetary transactions, especially those of high-net-worth individuals who can impact the economy.
The PAN is unique to each individual and is valid for the lifetime of the holder, throughout India. An important point to note would be that once issued, the PAN is not affected by a change of address.

How to Link your Aadhar number with PAN Card

The Income Tax Filling portal has been already activated a function of link Aadhar Number with your PAN Card. Over 1 crore assesses have already Linked their Aadhar Number with PAN but the number is abysmally low because there are over 20 crors PAN card holders in the India, while Aadhaar has been issued to 122 crors people. If you want to link your aadhar number with pan card please follow below steps carefully.
1. First you need to go https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/.
2. If you are new, then you will need to Create an Account on E-filling portal, For Create Account click on “Register Here” and enter your PAN details.
3. If you already have an account then just clicks on ‘Login here’.
4. After Completely Registered, you need to log in on E-Filling Portal by entering your UserID and password. Your PAN Number has been automatically registered as your login user id.
5. After this there will be a pop up window that will ask you to link the Aadhaar number. After that enter the Aadhar number and then the cache code. Finally click “Link Now”.
6. If you do not see a popup window, don’t worry you can still easily link to both numbers. Go to the profile settings that appear in the top menu. After this, click on “Link Aadhar Number” Option
7. Enter your Aadhar Number and Click “Link Now“.
8. You have successfully link your Aadhar Number with PAN Card
VIDEO TUTORIAL-https://youtu.be/PltvHhBWA44How to link PAN with Aadhaar
LINK GIVEN BELOW FOR LINKING PAN WITH AADHAAR
https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/e-Filing/Services/LinkAadhaarPrelogin.html

Bitcoins-[Scam or Legit]

Bitcoins-The Currency of Future

Bitcoin – the initial virtual banking currency of the internet – has existed for several years now and many people have questions about them. Where do they come from? Are they legal? Where can you get them? Why did they split into Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash? Here are the basics you need to know.




What Are Bitcoins?

Bitcoin was the first cryptocoin currency ever invented. No one knows exactly who created it – cryptocurrencies are designed for maximum anonymity – but bitcoins first appeared in 2009 from a developer supposedly named Satoshi Nakamoto.
He has since disappeared and left behind a Bitcoin fortune.
Because Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency to exist, all digital currencies created since then are called Altcoins, or alternative coins. LitecoinPeercoinFeathercoinEthereum and hundreds of other coins are all Altcoins because they are not Bitcoin.
One of the advantages of Bitcoin is that it can be stored offline on a person's local hardware. That process is called cold storage and it protects the currency from being taken by others. When the currency is stored on the internet somewhere (hot storage), there is high risk of it being stolen. 
On the flip side, if a person loses access to the hardware that contains the bitcoins, the currency is simply gone forever. It's estimated that as much as $30 billion in bitcoins have been lost or misplaced by miners and investors. Nonetheless, Bitcoins remain incredibly popular as the most famous cryptocurrency over time.

Cryptocurrency Defined

Cryptocurrencies are just lines of computer code that hold monetary value. Those lines of code are created by electricity and high-performance computers.
Cryptocurrency is also known as digital currency. Either way, it is a form of digital public money that is created by painstaking mathematical computations and policed by millions of computer users called 'miners'. Physically, there is nothing to hold. 
'Crypto' comes from the word cryptography, the security process used to protect transactions that send the lines of code out for purchases. Cryptography also controls the creation of new 'coins', the term used to describe specific amounts of code. 
Governments have no control over the creation of cryptocurrencies, which is what initially made them so popular. Most cryptocurrencies begin with a market cap in mind, which means that their production will decrease over time thus, ideally, making any particular coin more valuable in the future.

Why Bitcoins Are So Controversial

Various reasons have converged to make Bitcoin currency a real media sensation.
From 2011-2013, criminal traders made bitcoins famous by buying them in batches of millions of dollars so they could move money outside of the eyes of law enforcement. Subsequently, the value of bitcoins skyrocketed.
Ultimately, though, bitcoins and altcoins are highly controversial because they take the power of making money away from central federal banks, and give it to the general public. Bitcoin accounts cannot be frozen or examined by tax men, and middleman banks are completely unnecessary for bitcoins to move.
Law enforcement and bankers see bitcoins as 'gold nuggets in the wild, wild west', beyond the control of traditional police and financial institutions.

How Bitcoins Work

Bitcoins are completely virtual coins designed to be 'self-contained' for their value, with no need for banks to move and store the money. Once you own bitcoins, they behave like physical gold coins: they possess value and trade just as if they were nuggets of gold in your pocket. You can use your bitcoins to purchase goods and services online, or you can tuck them away and hope that their value increases over the years.
Bitcoins are traded from one personal 'wallet' to another.
A wallet is a small personal database that you store on your computer drive (i.e cold storage), on your smartphone, on your tablet, or somewhere in the cloud (hot storage).
For all intents, bitcoins are forgery-resistant. It is so computationally-intensive to create a bitcoin, it isn't financially worth it for counterfeiters to manipulate the system. 

Bitcoin Values and Regulations

A single bitcoin varies in value daily; you can check places like Coindesk to see today's value. There are more than two billion dollars worth of bitcoins in existence. Bitcoins will stop being created when the total number reaches 21 billion coins, which will be sometime around the year 2040. As of 2017, more than half of those bitcoins had been created.
Bitcoin currency is completely unregulated and completely decentralized. There is no national bank or national mint, and there is no depositor insurance coverage. The currency itself is self-contained and un-collateraled, meaning that there is no precious metal behind the bitcoins; the value of each bitcoin resides within each bitcoin itself.
Bitcoins are stewarded by 'miners', the massive network of people who contribute their personal computers to the Bitcoin network. Miners act as a swarm of ledger keepers and auditors for Bitcoin transactions. Miners are paid for their accounting work by earning new bitcoins for each week they contribute to the network.

How Bitcoins Are Tracked

A Bitcoin holds a very simple data ledger file called a blockchain. Each blockchain is unique to each individual user and his/her personal bitcoin wallet.
All bitcoin transactions are logged and made available in a public ledger, helping ensure their authenticity and preventing fraud. This process helps to prevent transactions from being duplicated and people from copying bitcoins.
Note: While every Bitcoin records the digital address of every wallet it touches, the bitcoin system does NOT record the names of the individuals who own wallets. In practical terms, this means that every bitcoin transaction is digitally confirmed but is completely anonymous at the same time.
So, although people cannot easily see your personal identity, they can see the history of your bitcoin wallet. This is a good thing, as a public history adds transparency and security, helps deter people from using bitcoins for dubious or illegal purposes.

Banking or Other Fees to Use Bitcoins

There are very small fees to use bitcoins. However, there are no ongoing banking fees with bitcoin and other cryptocurrency because there are no banks involved. Instead, you will pay small fees to three groups of bitcoin services: the servers (nodes) who support the network of miners, the online exchanges that convert your bitcoins into dollars, and the mining pools you join.  
The owners of some server nodes will charge one-time transaction fees of a few cents every time you send money across their nodes, and online exchanges will similarly charge when you cash your bitcoins in for dollars or euros. Additionally, most mining pools will either charge a small one percent support fee or ask for a small donation from the people who join their pools.
In the end, while there are nominal costs to use Bitcoin, the transaction fees and mining pool donations are much cheaper than conventional banking or wire transfer fees. 

Bitcoin Production Facts

Bitcoins can be 'minted' by anyone in the general public who has a strong computer. Bitcoins are made through a very interesting self-limiting system called cryptocurrency mining and the people who mine these coins are called miners. It is self-limiting because only 21 million total bitcoins will ever be allowed to exist, with approximately 11 million of those Bitcoins already mined and in current circulation.
Bitcoin mining involves commanding your home computer to work around the clock to solve 'proof-of-work' problems (computationally-intensive math problems). Each bitcoin math problem has a set of possible 64-digit solutions. Your desktop computer, if it works nonstop, might be able to solve one bitcoin problem in two to three days, likely longer.  
For a single personal computer mining bitcoins, you may earn perhaps 50 cents to 75 cents USD per day, minus your electricity costs.
For a very large-scale miner who runs 36 powerful computers simultaneously, that person can earn up to $500 USD per day, after costs.
Indeed, if you are a small-scale miner with a single consumer-grade computer, you will likely spend more in electricity that you will earn mining bitcoins. Bitcoin mining is only really profitable if you run multiple computers, and join a group of miners to combine your hardware power.  This very prohibitive hardware requirement is one of the biggest security measures that deters people from trying to manipulate the Bitcoin system.

Bitcoin Security 

They are as secure as possessing physical precious metal. Just like holding a bag of gold coins, a person who takes reasonable precautions will be safe from having their personal cache stolen by hackers.  
As mentioned earlier, your bitcoin wallet can be stored online (i.e. a cloud service) or offline (a hard drive or USB stick). The offline method is more hacker-resistant and absolutely recommended for anyone who owns more than 1 or 2 bitcoins but it is not without risk.
More than hacker intrusion, the real loss risk with bitcoins revolves around not backing up your wallet with a failsafe copy. There is an important .dat file that is updated every time you receive or send bitcoins, so this .dat file should be copied and stored as a duplicate backup every day you do bitcoin transactions.
Security note: The collapse of the Mt.Gox bitcoin exchange service was not due to any weakness in the Bitcoin system. Rather, that organization collapsed because of mismanagement and their unwillingness to invest any money in security measures. Mt.Gox, for all intents and purposes, had a large bank with no security guards, and it paid the price.

Four Reasons Why Bitcoins Are Such a Big Deal

There is a lot of controversy around bitcoins. These are the top reasons why:  
1) Bitcoins are not created by any central bank, nor regulated by any government. Accordingly, there are no banks logging your money movement, and government tax agencies and police cannot track your money. This is bound to change eventually, as unregulated money is a real threat to government control, taxation, and policing.
Indeed, bitcoins have become a tool for contraband trade and money laundering, precisely because of the lack of government oversight. The value of bitcoins skyrocketed in the past because wealthy criminals were purchasing bitcoins in large volumes. Because there is no regulation, however, you can lose out immensely as a miner or investor.
2) Bitcoins completely bypass banks. Bitcoins are transferred via a peer-to-peer network between individuals, with no middleman bank to take a slice. 
Bitcoin wallets cannot be seized or frozen or audited by banks and law enforcement. Bitcoin wallets cannot have spending and withdrawal limits imposed on them. For all intents: nobody but the owner of the bitcoin wallet decides how their wealth will be managed.
This is really threatening to banks, as you might guess.
3) Bitcoins are changing how we store and spend our personal wealth. Since the advent of printed (and eventually virtual) money, the world has handed over the power of currency to a central mint and various banks. These banks print our virtual money, store our virtual money, move our virtual money, and charge us for their middleman services.
If banks need more currency, they simply print more or conjure more digits in their electronic ledgers. This system is easily abused and gamed by banks because paper money is essentially paper checks with a promise to have value, with no actual physical gold behind the scenes to back those promises.
Bitcoins are designed to put the control of personal wealth back into the hands of the individual. Instead of paper or virtual bank balances that promise to have value, Bitcoins are actual packages of complex data that have value in themselves.
4) Bitcoin transactions are irreversible. Conventional payment methods, like a credit card charge, bank draft, personal checks, or wire transfer, do have the benefit of being insured and reversible by the banks involved. In the case of bitcoins, every time bitcoins change hands and change wallets, the result is final. Simultaneously, there is no insurance protection of your bitcoin wallet: If you lose your wallet's hard drive data or even your wallet password, remember: your wallet's contents are gone forever.