Nov 22, 2010



Nov 22, 2010 Written By rahul kumar · 0

Top 5 Most Useful Video Channels For Learning Job Interview Skills

Finding a dream job nowadays is a daunting task due to recession period that we all faced some time before. But, time never be same and market is finding its pace slowly. Companies are again hiring fresh and experienced talents almost in every part of the world.

There are chances that you are also looking for a job too and your application secured you the interview for the job you want. Your application and resume demonstrated your skills and qualities that employers looking for. But, an attractive resume is not enough to hire you by the employer, you need to nail the job interview successfully to get the job.

Job interviews are often big challenge for many of us. You need to stand out and grab the attention of the employer to make your job interview successful. So, to make things easy for you, there are many video channels that help you to learn job interview skills.

These video channels will give you guidance and suggestions about job interview skills and how to win at interviews to get the job you desire.

1) Briankrueger’s YouTube Channel

2) Videojug – Job Interview Tips Videos

3) eHow – Job Interview Tips

4) CareerStrides

5) Interview Dos and Dont’s

6) DenhamResources YouTube Channel






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Make Your Mobile Phone a PC Remote to Control PC



1. PC with Bluetooth connectivity (If your PC don't have Bluetooth Buy a Bluetooth Dongle it cost only Rs 100)

2. Mobile Phone with Bluetooth Inbuilt.

3. Java Compatibility Mobile Phone.

4. Mobile Witch

(Before you  get started you will need to install both Mobile Application and PC Server.)

5. If Mobile witch is having Problem then use Phone Remote Control (

What is Mobile Witch??

MobileWitch is a very interesting free of charge computer software that allows you to turn your phone into a Pc Remote Control. It will allow you to access various PC application with your Phone. Now you can easily remote control your PowerPoint presentations, Mouse Cursor or simply explore the content of your computer directly from your mobile phone. To take advantage of this software you will need to have a PC and a phone that support bluetooth to send and receive data.

Key Features include: 

  • Remotely control Mouse, Keyboard, PowerPoint, Winamp, Windows Media Player and much more

  • Get access to your desktop from your phone

  • Bluetooth setup free! Simply connect from your phone

  • Customize your applications through Keymaps or VB and JScripts

  • Supports all PC Bluetooth solutions Toshiba, Windows, BlueSoleil and Widcomm/Brodacom

The software consist of two parts. There is a client and then there is a server which are both programmed in JAVA. The former is located into a J2ME capable mobile phone with Bluetooth capabilities while the latter is placed in the computer you wish to remotely control. So all you need to do is run the software on your mobile phone with Bluetooth™ support and a Bluetooth dongle installed on your computer.


Step 1:

Start the PC Server application first

Step 2:
Start the Mobile Application. On Nokia phones the shortcut is located in Menu/Applications/Collection. The phone will automatically start searching for active devices.
Once both devices are connected you will be abble to acces the Mobilewitch Bluetooth Remote Control Menu from your phone.

From this menu you will be able to control your mouse cursor, keyboard and the following programs, if installed on your computer: Windows Explorer, Firefox, Window Media Player , Internet Explorer, Winamp and Powepoint. Please note that each application you would like to control has to be first started from the computer and needs to be Always On Top of your desktop.

The application does not require any configuration of Bluetooth or Java on both the client or server and the applications it work with are Firefox, Winamp, Windows Media Player, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer and Explorer.

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A Complete Guide On How To Download Your Entire Facebook History

 Facebook– the most largest social networking website in the world Everyone seems to have a account on Facebook these days and love to update status, upload photos, creating events, chatting with Facebook friends and much more.
It seems that everyone is loving sharing the information with friends, family and others.

Facebook recently introduced a new feature that allows you to completely download yourFacebook History like status, photos, videos and much more with a single click. This new feature is called Data Downloader that download all your Facebook account information to your computer as a big ZIP file.
Why should you download all Facebook Data ?
Facebook is freaked out these days on its terms & conditions. Many has already been victim ofFacebook terms and conditions violation and get their account terminated for small mistakes too. Once your account is terminated, you will loose all your Facebook data including photos and videos.
I think this is surely the feature that many Facebook users have been looking from a long time. Now, you can take a backup of your important Facebook data before it is terminated, hacked or something other goes wrong.

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PlayStation Phone to be Launched in Feb 2011?

Sony Ericsson might eventually unveil the purported PlayStation Phone in February 2011 at the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona. Bert Nordberg, CEO for Sony Ericsson, candidly stated in an interview with The Wall Start Journal that he wants to make loads of "noise" with a new product at MWC and stated that there's no technological difficulty in launching a gaming-oriented phone. 

Sony Ericsson's gaming-oriented phone has been unofficially being called the PlayStation Phone and images of the same were also leaked on the web. Nordberg in an interview said, "There's a lot of smoke, and I tell you there must be a fire somewhere. Sony has an extremely strong offering in the gaming market, and that's very interesting."

Obviously the PlayStation Phone running Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread or Android 3.0 HoneyComb would be shown off at the MWC conference. Nordberg pointed out that current generation smartphones with touchscreen aren't optimized for games. He was a bit cryptic and unclear on which platform he was pointing at exactly. According to him, the main challenge ahead of launching PlayStation Phone would be negotiating the right issues with the game publishers.

Finally, Nordberg added, "Sony is of course a very strong brand, and why shouldn't we use that? Gaming, including content, is a very interesting proposition."

We can expect to see the PlayStation Network Integration alongside the normal Android Market on the PlayStation Phone. Last week came in an interesting comment from Sony Ericsson France CEO Pierre Peron stated, "With Windows 7 we run the risk of standardising our smartphones. We would be obliged to compete only on design on price, which we want to avoid," as reported by Telecom Paper. 

Will we get to see any Windows Phone 7 based Sony Ericsson phone at MWC? Probably not. Peron added that the company was still in talks with Microsoft about using WP7, but it prefers Android because Google's operating system allows it to introduce more product differentiation. Basically, Android lets Sony Ericsson place a custom User Interface layer over the OS while a tightly bound WP7 doesn't allow the same easily.

Sony Ericsson, as a brand, has no objections in going for a Windows Phone 7 based device. However, Sony Ericsson seems a bit less interested in WP7 phones due to Xbox LIVE integration that directly competes with Sony PlayStation Network.

PlayStation Phone running Android seems imminent but the real quest is to find out if Sony Ericsson would work on a Windows Phone 7 device or not. But before that we might get to see the Sony Xperia X12 'Anzu' handset that wasleaked on the web recently. 

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Is Apple iPad 2 Coming in April 2011?

If you haven't bought an Apple iPad yet, think twice about waiting for the perfect Black Friday deal -- rumors are already swirling about the next version of the tablet PC, unofficially called the iPad 2.

The technology world is particularly abuzz over one analyst’s prediction that Apple’s next iPad will hit retail shelves in April 2011. Brian Marshall of Gleacher & Company predicted that the upgraded hand-held computer will makes its debut well after the holiday season in April.
"I think April is the proper time-frame for an iPad 2," Marshall told Computerworld magazine. "Since I'm projecting that Apple will release a CDMA iPhone in March, both will help to equalize Apple's seasonality."
The prediction ties into a recent report in industry trade magazine DigiTimes, which claimed that the design and suppliers of the iPad 2 have already been chosen.
The Taiwanese tech industry publication reports that Ibiden, Tripod Technology and TTM Technologies are parts suppliers for the iPad’s successor. The magazine's report also indicated that more suppliers will be added to the source list in February, when shipments of the next-generation iPad begin ramping up.  
Rumored upgrades to Apple’s tablet computer include Facetime video chats and additional memory 

space, according to And a recent patent by Apple for a carbon-fiber material has 

many speculating about the look and feel of the next generation iPad. 

The current generation of iPads use an aluminum frame, which adds weight to the gadget

Carbon fiber would make the case lighter and stronger, and it would allow for improved Wi-Fi 

and mobile broadband reception. 

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Indian-American Students Create Game Application For Apple

Three Indian-American students have created a new game application "Galactic Odyssey" for US tech giant Apple where users try to steer their lost rocket ship home using the gravity of planets. 

Rahul Bhatia, Akshay Narayan and Rohan Agarwal, all 17-year-old and students of Irvington High School, California, began brainstorming ideas for the app in June and worked on it all summer. 

"Galactic Odyssey" was sent to Apple a week and a half ago, and it became available today. The app can be downloaded from Apple for 99 cents. 

The teens used concepts from their physics class to build the app, but they said it doesn't require any science background to play. 

Pete Murchison, Principal, Irvington High School said, "This is unbelievably difficult. They (Apple) get a gazillion of these applications, and for these kids to do it, it's absolutely amazing... Now they're dealing with the biggest, most powerful company in the world." 

In the game, the player interacts with a variety of objects, including planets, moon, asteroids, blackholes, wormholes, and Sun. The timing and strategy are though crucial to return the spaceship to Earth. 

The trio study computer science and AP physics together at Irvington. 

"We kind of grew up in that atmosphere where you enjoy a challenge. While we use concepts from physics... it's not like you have to know that stuff to beat the game. Lots of people say it's hard but it is addicting," Akshay said. 

"We definitely have that science-engineering background. It really is the risk, but risk is the thrill," Rahul added. 

"You have to be really interested in it. You have to have a passion for it," Rohan said.

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E-Bay Launch New I-Phone App: Buying, Selling and Scanning

E-Bay has today announced that is has released version 2.0 of its main iPhone app. The new version appeared on the app store last Friday and is available for download today.

The updated app allows users to do their business as they normally would on eBay’s flagship auction site. Buying and selling is just the start as a scanning feature is also available for product barcodes when comparison shopping. On the original app these two capabilities were only independently accessible via other apps which were eBay selling and RedLaser.
If you want a closer look at the app then we have embedded a video for you below courtesy of Mashable. The new eBay app for the iPhone really does look like it has the whole package and seems to be well worth a download. Especially with the new RedLaser barcode scanning you can check the value of your belongings that you are thinking of shifting. With the new app you can pretty much buy, sell and browse without the single click of a keyboard.
What do you you think of eBay’s new 2.0 app for the iPhone? Tell us if you will be downloading it and how you find it.

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Twitter Pic Helps Police Nab iPhone Thief

A 10 year old boy has been praised by the police for his quick thinking after he snapped and uploaded the photo of a thief who had nicked an Apple iPhone from a pedestrian.

According to Metro, Alex Wilson and his father were waiting in slow traffic when they saw 24 year old Craig Royal steal an Apple iPhone from a pedestrian.

Alex, repulsed by what he had seen, asked his father to follow the thief, who was attempting to mke his escape on his mountain bike.

Taking his father's mobile, Alex clicked the photo of thief and uploaded it on micro blogging platform Twitter with the phrase, "This idiot just robbed someone on Yarm Road about 20 mins ago," so helping the police in nabbing the thief.

The boy's proud father told Metro: “Alex was really repulsed by it. We eventually caught up with the thief as we drove alongside. Then Alex took my phone, wound down the window and shouted at him, "Oi, what d'ya think you're doing?" The robber turned round to look and that's when Alex took the picture.”!

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The Economist Unveils iPad, iPhone App

The Economist on Friday launched its iPad and iPhone apps, which will be available each week at 4 p.m. Eastern time. The app itself is free
and you don't have to subscribe or buy an issue to access some of the content. Editor's highlights will feature a few select free stories from every issue.

Readers have the option of purchasing individual issues for $5.99 each or a yearly subscription for $110. Existing print subscribers don't need to set up an additional subscription; just sign into an established Economist online account within the app and provide the customer reference number found on the address label of the print copy to get full access.
There's also a full audio edition available within the app, read by newscasters.
You can access The Economist app even when you're not connected to the Internet. Both the audio and readable version are cached when you access a new issue. Past issues will save on the app, and when it's opened, you can scroll through and select any of the issues you own.
To Economist readers, the app will look familiar; it's pretty consistent with the print product, and it follows a very similar format as far as organization goes. Easy to navigate, users can either flip through the issue as they would the physical magazine or navigate to stories divided by section from the one-page table of contents.
However clean and user-friendly the app is, the app leaves quite a bit to be desired. There is no video or interactive material. Virtually none of the bells and whistles that come standard with apps for other publications are present.
The Economist isn't exactly light reading, so it would be helpful if the app would allow for highlighting and annotation. However, from the settings option, there is a section where users can add their feedback, so maybe the app will be improved with later updates.

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10 free iPhone apps for spectacular stargazing

10 free iPhone apps for spectacular stargazing

There's a lot to watch in thenighttime sky -- everything from the International Space Station and meteor showers to planets and stars. There are tons of iPhone apps that can help everyone who has a little (or a lot) of astronomer blood in them watch the sky with more authority. Here we take a look at a few of the free apps that can help you out.

On tails, green peas and breaking waves: What's hot in space?
1. The night sky changes more frequently than you might realize.  But with his app, that can change. Transient Events tracks how galaxy brightness can vary and show comets as the move across the sky. The app lets users set the types of events it will download from the Skyalert database, which pulls in up-to-date data from a variety of telescopes. 
2. Space Images from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will let you see all manner of space images.  JPL says its Space Images iPhone app hosts hundreds of images taken by spacecraft studying Mars, Saturn, our solar system and beyond. Find it by typing "JPL Space Images" into the App Store search bar.
3. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is also behind Go StarGaze, an iPhone app that connects you to astronomy clubs and their stargazing events.  According to JPL, users can search for events in their current location or find out what's happening across the United States.
4. NASA's 3D Sun lets users spin the sphere by flicking it and zoom in by pinching the screen. Real-time images used to construct the three-dimensional sphere are beamed to Earth by the Solar-Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO), a pair of spacecraft with a combined view of 87% of the solar surface.
5. Go for a ride on the Moon with NASA's virtual Lunar Electric Rover. The app shows a photo gallery and information about the futuristic concept-vehicle. The game lets users pilot the moon buggy and support the activities of a functioning Lunar Outpost, NASA states.  
6. iSky Gaze:  The app lets users find out when and where their favorite solar system objects will be viewable from their location. It provides information on rise/set times, current location in the sky and viewing tips.
7. The NASA app lets you track all things NASA from upcoming missions to the latest satellite images.
8. Soho Viewer is an application that lets users download the latest images taken by NASA's Solar and Heliospheric Observatory.
9. The LookUp app will tell users when to look up for satellites in the night sky. According to the Orbiting Frog company the app covers pretty much anywhere in the world and predicts transits for the International Space Station, Hubble, Envisat, and Genesis 1 and 2.  
10. Want to know what's happening on Mars? The Phoenix Mars Mission app will give you a Mars weather report.  Users can also grab iPhone images of Mars taken from NASA's Mars Odyssey satellite.  

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 The SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card holds a microchip and slips into the handset allowing you access to a mobile phone network. This network is made up of a series of base stations that send signals used by mobile phones. The area covered by each of these base stations is called a cell and cells overlap to make up a coverage area. Whenever you switch a mobile phone on it will connect to the nearest base station. As you move around you may get closer to another base station in another cell. When this happens, the network will automatically switch your phone to the other base station.

If the base station that your phone is switched to is already working to its full capacity it cannot take in your signal. If this happens you may get a drop out and your phone will not work in that area. Dropped calls can also happen when you are in an area where cells do not overlap.


Before selecting a particular mobile phone network you need to make sure that the network covers the areas where you will be using the phone. To do this you can look at coverage maps. These maps show you the geographic areas that are covered by specific network service providers. However, coverage maps don't show flat spots or shadows where the phone will not receive a good signal. To find out precisely if the areas that you are interested in are covered you should contact the network service provider directly.

Before you buy a handset

Before you decide to buy a handset check the following:

  • that your handset has an A-Tick. The A-Tick is a compliance mark developed by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) for telecommunications equipment. It gives consumers confidence that a telecommunications product meets the safety and technical standards set by ACMA.

  • clarify with the seller that the phone can do what you want it to do and have them put it in writing.

  • the servicing agreement. Where will you need to take the handset for repairs if this is needed.

  • the warranty. Are spare parts covered? Is the labour covered or will you need to pay for this separately?

How pre-paid works

If you don't want to sign a contract you can elect to pre-pay for your mobile phone service. These pre-paid services are referred to as "starter kits" and provide you with:

  • a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card that slips into the handset and allows you to access the mobile phone network.

  • a limited number of call plans. You will need to choose one.

  • a recharge card. These cards are similar to phone cards and hold a certain amount of call credits. You use up the call credits when making phone calls. How far the credits go will depend on how often you use the phone and the call plan that you have chosen.

  • the terms and conditions of use.

Recharge cards will last until a specified date. Once all the call credits are used up you will need to buy another recharge card. Generally, if you have call credits left at the expiration of the recharge card they are added to the total of a new recharge card. Check the terms and conditions for information on how the network service provider deals with unused call credits.

What if your mobile phone is stolen?

If your phone is lost or stolen, contact your mobile phone company immediately to suspend your service. This will prevent unauthorised calls being made.

If you are on a plan you will still need to pay the monthly contract fee. Some network providers offer insurance for your mobile but make sure you read the conditions and any exclusions before buying it.

If you use security features like PIN numbers and code locks your mobile is more likely to be recovered in the event of theft. And you are less likely to have to pay for calls a thief might try and make! If you are unsure how to use these features your retailer will be happy to help.

Engraving your initials and driver's licence number on both the phone and battery makes your mobile harder for a thief to sell.

Press *#06# to find out your phone's unique International Mobile Equipment Identity number. Note the number down and keep the details in a safe place.

Things to consider when comparing mobile phone warranties

When you get a warranty with a handset there may be conditions attached. Make sure you read the warranty paperwork and know what is covered by the warranty. Clarify anything you are not sure of with the seller and get this in writing so there is no confusion later. Things to ask the seller include:

  • Where can the repairs be carried out?

  • Are labour, transport and spare parts included?

  • Is a substitute handset provided while repairs are being made?

  • How long is the warranty?

When things go wrong with your mobile phone

First, identify the individual or organisation that you are contracted to, and check if the problem is covered by a warranty.

If you've bought both the handset and connection to a mobile phone network with a network service provider you will need to see that provider about problems with either the handset or the service connection. If you have bought a package from a retailer, problems with the handset may need to be directed to the retailer, while problems with the service to the mobile network should be directed to the network service provider. Check your paperwork, it should be explained there. If you have billing problems you should contact the number supplied on the bill.

In all cases the first step is to contact the retailer or network service provider to try and sort out the problem. Be calm and assertive and have any documentation such as the network service connection agreement, receipt or bill handy. Ask to speak to a supervisor or manager.

If you are still unsuccessful, contact the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) for problems with a network service provider on 1800 062 058 or at or Fair Trading for problems with a retailer concerning a handset or pre-paid mobile phones. The TIO will also investigate complaints about faulty handsets where the handset was bought as part of a contract or bundled deal.


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