Month: July 2015

How To Remove Your Embarrassing Photos From All Social Media Websites.

Work Hard and Party Even Harder. That’s the byword of today’s generation. Most of us have the same motto, myself being its hardcore follower.

It is pretty cool until a photograph of you being stoned or in an embarrassing situation surfaces on the internet a few days later. You can always try and keep safe your Android set by taking some measures.

No matter how much caution you keep on posting a selfie on Instagram or keeping a strict privacy over your Facebook account, you are just a click away from landing into embarrassing situations. It could either come from your friend or your teen imprudence.

Little embarrassment can be handled, but when something as trivial as this lands you in a major trouble as ruining a relationship (because a troubling pic from a distant past with your ex, resurfaces) or makes you a butt of jokes at the office, first thing that comes to mind is to just erase yourself completely from the internet.

Well, there is a simpler and better alternative.

Learn from these infographics to remove your photos from WhoIsHostingThis?

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How To Prevent Your Computer From Overheating


An overheating computer spells trouble. You would want your girlfriend to be smoking hot but trust me, neither you want your computer to be smoking, nor hot. Yes, we are talking about computer overheating problem.

he cooling system of the computer comprising of the fan, heat sinks, vents etc. forms one of the most essential components of your device. A malfunctioning one can cause heat to build up inside, thereby damaging and slowly eating up the life of sensitive components such as the motherboard. These days everyone is having overheating problems with their systems, and asking for solutions.Overheating-Symptoms

Placing your hand on the computer only to retract it immediately exclaiming “Ouch Hot!! Hot!!! “, sure is one sign that it is overheating. But besides that overheating may cause the system to stop unexpectedly, display random Blue Screen of Death/Protection Fault messages, shutting down or restarting on its own. It may also lead the fan to spin faster to dissipate the heat being generated thereby making it louder and noisy.

Causes and Cures of Overheating:


Just like the radiator of a car prevents the engine from overheating, the computer has been provided with fans and cooling vents to maintain the flow of cool and hot air in the system. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say they function as the lungs of the computer and you really don’t want to be messing around with them. It is the lack of proper ventilation that is a major cause of overheating. To maintain proper ventilation you should:

  • Never place your laptop on a soft surface such as a pillow, a mattress or even your lap as it would sink in and block the vent, which would be a perfect recipe for overheating. Rather try to place it upon a hard, sturdy and flat surface.
  • Try to provide some elevation beneath the laptop. You could probably place a book underneath it or buy a laptop stand (Although I wouldn’t say it is absolutely necessary to buy one. But if you have some extra cash in your pocket, it wouldn’t hurt to buy one). By doing so, you allow a lot more air to flow beneath the laptop leading to efficient dismissal of heat.
  • Ensure clearance of about 4-5 inches around each vent.
  • Also remember never to leave your laptop turned on before placing it in your bag or briefcase. This would cause the heat to accumulate in one place and thus cause the laptop to overheat.



Dust is the mother of all overheating problems and your enemy number one. Dust and debris clog the air vents therefore impeding the air flow. Accumulation of dust and lint over the fan causes it to work harder and become noisy as a result. A layer of this filth which acts as an insulator, covering other heat generating parts such as the RAM and the Hard Disk can also be a cause of overheating.

  • All you need to do is the little housekeeping (or it turns out, computerkeeping in this case) task of maintaining cleanliness. By using a can of compressed air or a slight damp cloth ensure that air vents are clean. Cleaning can turn out to be quite a tardy task if you own a Desktop PC but it is definitely for the better of your PC. But I would advise readers to be very careful while cleaning and in case you do not feel confident, head over to an expert.

So by now I think you too would acknowledge the fact that we can’t ignore the power of even a small speck of dirt, can we?



Ensuring a cool environment for your laptop can also go a long way in minimizing overheating. Although I wouldn’t recommend that you nominate your device for an Ice Bucket Challenge or arrange an environment such as the one shown in the image, but instead try to use it in a cooler room (say someplace with an air-conditioner). A small drop in temperature might just do the trick. Also, it would be advisable to prevent placing your computer in the periphery of devices which emit hot air right onto it.


If you want to keep your computer safe from overheating, never overcharge the battery. Most people plug in the chargers of their laptops and keep them plugged in even when the battery is charged to a 100%. Never do so, because not only does it cause overheating but according to some computer experts, it also reduces the battery life.



In order to prevent overheating it is advisable to keep updating your BIOS along with other device drivers. Go to Run > Type msinfo32.exe and check your BIOS Version/Date. In case a newer version is available on the website of your PC manufacturer, go ahead and download it.

PC Settings

Tweaking the power settings of your computer is also an effective solution to overheating. Less power consumption leads to less heat generation.

  • Never set the brightness to maximum.
  • Do not overclock your computer as it makes it hotter.
  • You could also customize the settings of the graphics card of your computer.

Found these tips useful? Tell us how you prevent your computer from burning.
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Soon Your Cracked Smartphone Screen Will Repair Itself.


A cracked screen is a nightmare for a smartphone user. Don’t bother guessing, this is how I lost my previous cell phone (still grieving). Replacing a broken screen is a tough and expensive task, but researchers have developed a “self-healing” glass and paint technology that will make sure that our future smartphones will have an unbreakable screen.

This self-healing glass innovation could be used to repair a verity of objects ranging from cracked smart phones, car windshields, bike helmets and other objects. This technology has been developed by a team of researchers at the University of Bristol and it has been perfected after three years of hard work under the team leader Professor Duncan Wass. Professor Duncan told the Independent that they are at a point where in next five to ten years we’ll see things like healing mobile screens.

Made from a combination of various carbon-based chemicals, this new substance contains tiny “microspheres.” When these are broken along with the screen breakage, a liquid-like material is released. Then a chemical reaction takes place that hardens and effectively fills to fix the cracks.

This self-healing technology was initially developed to be employed in the airplane wings that will fix themselves.

The inspiration of this self-healing material has been taken from the human body. BGR writes that our body hasn’t evolved to withstand any damage- whenever we get a cut, our body seals it and then it is healed. The same kind of function has been tried to be incorporated into a synthetic material.

Apart from airplane and cell phone self-healing, L’Oreal too is interested in this technology. The consumer products manufacturing company wants to employ this technology is some kind of self-healing nail paint.

This self-healing technology is under development and as the researchers state, this could be a reality in next five to ten years and save users from lots of trouble.

Did this technology bring a smile on your face? Tell us in comments below.

Some worlds weidest animals you might not know exist.

It’s no surprise that with a world full of many different animals, there will be a few weirdos that stand out. Whether it’s due to a remarkable ability, an interesting appearance, or sheer size of the animal, there are some truly special creatures out there. Have you ever seen wondered what an anteater would look like if it bred with a pinecone? Probably not but an animal does exist with that exact appearance. This list is comprised some of the worlds weirdest creatures that you might not know exist. Some of these animals you will most likely never see in the wild in your lifetime and some of them you won’t like to see beyond the pictures posted here.

Take a look at these animals.

1. Pangolin

      Pangolins have the appearance of a walking pinecone crossed with an anteater due to the large keratin scales that cover their skin. The natural habitat of pangolins are throughout tropical regions in Africa and Asia, although if you visit these areas you may never even see one in the wild due to being over-hunted. In areas of Asia, their meat is viewed as a delicacy and their scales are believed to hold medicinal properties. When they feel threatened, they can roll up into a ball similar to an armadillo. Pangolins are actually quite near sighted so they rely on their hearing and their very good sense of smell to track down their insects for feeding. Their tongues are similar to anteaters which they use to gather ants or termites. They also come equipped with a gland that creates a foul smell, similar to a skunk although they can’t spray.

2. Oarfish

  The oarfish looks like a mythical water dragon and you would think they are truly a myth due to their rarity. They aren’t seen very often because they live in depths of up to 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) and are said to be solitary. Oarfish are also very big creatures of the deep, growing up to 11 meters or 36 feet long. This is a fish that you have likely never heard of before and you will likely never see one in your lifetime. The few encounters with oarfish at shallow depths were due in part to the fish coming to shore to die. Due to their rarity, very little is actually known about the oarfish.

3. Proboscis Monkey

These monkeys are easily identifiable due to their big noses. It’s not entirely known why these primates are equipped with their huge schnoz but it is theorized as a way for males to attract a mate. Female proboscis monkeys may have large noses but the males are the ones with the gigantic sneezers, that may typically hang lower than their mouth. They are endemic to the Southeast Asian island of Borneo which resides between Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines. The proboscis monkey is one of the largest monkey species that is native to Asia. Not only do they have large noses but they also have come packaged with a big pot belly for their special digestive system, enabling them to eat unripe fruit and leaves. They are also said to have almost permanently erect penises.

4. Dumbo Octopus

     The Dumbo octopus has large ear-like fins which they use to fly through the water which resemble the ears of Walt Disney’s Dumbo, the flying elephant. They are pretty rare to see because they tend to live in very deep waters that span from 400 meters to 4,800 meters deep. The few times they have been spotted in the wild, they have been studied to have a diet rich of crustaceans and worms. The largest dumbo octopus ever recorded was close to 6 feet long, making it about as tall as the average man. This octopus has also been observed around hydrothermal vents on the sea floor. These vents spew out extremely hot, mineral rich fluids due to magma under the seabed.

5. “Penis Snake”

This animal might have a shocking appearance but it is neither a penis nor is it a snake. It is an amphibian that was recently rediscovered in 2011 while part of a river in South America was being drained. Little is known about these animals but their appearance might come off as disturbing or hilarious, depending on how you feel about this creature. They are limbless and generally navigate by utilizing their sense of smell. Due to lack of information about the animal, it is classified as “Data Deficient” by the International Union For Conservation of Nature. The penis snake has a scientific name, Atretochoana eiselti, so if you think this is some kind of a gag you can rest assured that this creature is real.

6. Tasmanian Giant Freshwater Crayfish

    The largest freshwater invertebrate in the world belongs to the island of Tasmania which resides right off the coast of Australia. Potentially this crayfish can live forever, due to its ability to regenerate its body parts. Also, these crustaceans have been around for quite some time and are said to live up to 40 years. Unfortunately, they rarely make it that long and have been listed as an endangered species, due to over fishing and habitat loss. Typically when you think of a crayfish, you think of a relatively small version of a lobster. However, the Tasmanian giant freshwater crayfish can weigh up to 5 kilograms or about 11 pounds. They can also be over 31 inches long, making them larger than your average lobster.

7. Slow Loris

These nocturnal primates may look awfully cute but it should be known that their bite can be pretty dangerous. The slow loris has a toxic bite which is a rare trait among mammals. They have a special gland near their elbows that they lick which, in turn, creates a toxic bite when the secretion is mixed with the saliva of the slow loris. This toxin is said to act as a deterrent to predators and is also applied to the fur during grooming as a form of protection for their infants. Even with a toxic bite, many slow lorises have fallen victim to becoming pets, probably due to their undeniable cuteness. Their toxic bite is said to be painful and can even cause death if you are allergic to the toxin.

8. Water Deer

Yes that deer has fangs and no those fangs aren’t photoshopped in to make this animal seem like it would be the star of a bad horror film. The water deer, also known as the vampire deer, is not actually a blood sucking demon creature of the night. Put your garlic and wooden stake away, the vampire deer is a herbivore, meaning it feeds primarily on vegetation. The tusks of the water deer are held loosely in their sockets and can actually be moved about and controlled through facial muscles. They can even be drawn back and out of the way when the water deer is feeding. The water deer is native to China and Korea but they have also been distributed to France, United Kingdom, Belgium, Netherlands, and Argentina.

9. Blob Fish

If you have spent a good amount of time on the Internet, it is possible that you have seen these ugly aquatic creatures in some form or another. The blob fish is found deep in Australian waters at about 600-1200 meters. They have a jelly-like flesh that is less dense than water which allows them to float about without much effort. The low density of their flesh also contributes to their ugly appearance. Apparently, blob fish appear much different from their form in water to their ugly appearance when out of water. They lack any predatory skill, lazily waiting for their food to come to them which is good for a fish that aimlessly floats around above the sea floor.

10. Echidna

The echidna has an appearance of a hedgehog or porcupine type creature but it is also similar to an anteater, due to its long snout and diet of ants and termites. They are monotreme animals, monotreme meaning single opening. That’s right, they have urinary, defecatory, and reproductive organs all in a single “opening” which is scientifically known as the cloaca. Not only that but they are egg-laying mammals. This is a very uncommon trait in mammals that is shared with the platypus. If you have ever played a Sonic the Hedgehog game, you might be surprised that the character Knuckles is actually an echidna. These creatures also have large claws which are used for digging and burrowing, and like hedgehogs, they can curl up into a ball. They also have an interesting looking “package” but I wouldn’t advise on google searching echidna penis (to save you the trouble, just picture a babies hand).

11. Tailless Whip Scorpion

This creature of nightmares may look dangerous but it actually poses no significant threat. It may be called a scorpion but it doesn’t have the typical long scary tail with a stinger on the end, although there are species of whip scorpion that do sport a whip-like tail. They don’t have venomous fangs so you don’t have to worry about being bitten. They rarely bite if threatened but they can grab you with their “claws” or pedipalps which looks like it could hurt if those spines punctured your skin. Tailless whip scorpions are nocturnal arachnids and are found throughout the world in tropical regions. They have poor eyesight but can sense out their prey by using their front legs, which aren’t used for walking purposes but primarily function as sensors, and their pedipalps.

12. Scorpionfly

What’s worse than a creepy crawling scorpion? The answer is a scorpion that can fly. That stinger actually can’t sting though so maybe the scorpionfly isn’t so scary at all. I would still probably freak out if a scorpion came flying at me, regardless of its ability to sting or not. That stinger isn’t a stinger at all. In fact, the stinger is the enlarged genitals of the male scorpionfly. The scorpionfly belongs to the order of insects called Mecoptera. Modern Mecoptera are said to be predators or consumers of dead organisms, giving them an important role in the ecosystems that they inhabit. However, some Mecoptera feed on vegetation in moist environments.

13. Pink Fairy Armadillo

This weird little creature looks like a squirrel had some nice combat armor slapped to its back and feet in order to take on its enemies. The pink fairy armadillo is the smallest species of armadillo, measuring in at about 10 centimeters in length, on average. They are endemic to central Argentina and are adapted to the desert. They can be found in sandy areas with dunes or in dry grasslands, although they are burrowers so it is unlikely that you will see one on the surface during the day. They are nocturnal animals that live underground but they may surface at night to find food; which is mainly ants. Since they prefer dry and sandy areas, rain can actually be dangerous to the burrowers. The pink fairy armadillo has to leave its burrows when it starts raining so that it doesn’t drown or get its fur wet. If its fur gets wet, it could potentially experience hypothermia because it would not be able to thermoregulate its body temperature.

14. Giant African millipede

Although “milli” usually denotes a small unit of measure, the giant African millipede holds true to its name. They are some of the largest millipedes in the world, growing up to 38.5 centimeters (15.2 inches) in length. On average, the giant African millipede has around 256 legs on its body but this number can change depending on each molting that the millipede has gone through. Although they might appear creepy, they are harmless and are commonly kept as pets. To defend themselves, the giant African millipede can curl up into a ball or it can send out a secretion of irritating fluid from pores along its body, which can be harmful if it gets in your eyes or mouth.

15. Giant Isopod

These creatures appear as if they could be stunt doubles for the aliens in popular sci-fi films. Giant Isopods are crustaceans that are distantly related to shrimp and crabs. They are thought to be plentiful in the deep waters, particularly colder, of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. They hold a similar look to that of the woodlouse or pill bug, just much bigger. They are important scavengers of the sea floor and it is likely that you won’t ever see one in the wild, but maybe in an aquarium. The weird creatures are carnivorous, feeding on dead whales, fish, or whatever might float to the ocean floor. Giant isopods are thought to be over 160 million years old, dating before the break-up of the supercontinent Pangea. For defense, giant isopods can curl up into a ball, leaving only their tough exterior shell exposed and hiding their less protected underside.

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Changing the lock screen on your Android device

Do you have an Android Smartphone and have not done something unique or special on your Lock screen? Whenever someone looks at your mobile, the first thing they see is the lock screen. From that, they guess how unique your style is and how creative you are. After reading the whole article, you will be able to easily change the lock screen of your Android device to something like above or totally different.

You can change the looks of your lock screen easily without rooting your device. All you have to do is install some apps and then some themes and add those to your screen.

Below are 6 recommended apps that you must try. All are tested and working.. Read the descriptions of the apps here @CodingSec. So, let’s begin our list for the Top 6 Apps which can change the look of your lock screen completely.

#1 CM Locker

This is a very customizable app which can show many different things on the lock screen of your device. You can turn ON and OFF Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth from lock screen itself. You can also Play music and read weather reports from the lock screen. Best part of CM Locker is that you can also add shortcuts of your favourite apps to the lock screen. Download CM Locker here.


#2 Locket Lock Screen (Read News Headlines in Lockscreen)

This is the best app if you want to always get in touch with the latest news around the world from the lock screen. Everytime you click on the Power button, you see some new news on your lock screen. Download locker from here.


#3 Go Locker (Awesome themes on your Lockscreen)

If you want to customize your Lock screen according to yourself, or want to add a totally different and unique theme for your screen then this App is for you. You can download different themes free of cost and the design of your device in seconds. I personally prefer Go Locker and the image which shows the time of 2:28AM is the screenshot of my device ,see how awesome it looks. Download Go Locker by clicking here.


#4 Next Lock Screen (Make your Android Lock screen smarter)

This app is created by MICROSOFT and helps you to make your Android Lock screen look prettier and smarter. You can directly read all the notifications from the Lock screen and clear them using a swipe. It’s very easy to use and also gives a pro look to your Device. You can also change the default wallpaper of this app. Download Next Lock Screen here.

Next Lock Screen

#5 Alarm Anti-Theft Screen Lock

This app helps secure your. Your pattern lock remains the same but when someone else tries to unlock your device with an incorrect pattern, then your phone will start ringing at full volume. Download Alarm Anti Theft Screen Lock here.


#6 DIY Locker (Photo Lock Patter)

Have you got bored from the same look of the lock pattern? Then try this awesome app which can change the simple,boring Pattern lock to something amazing. You can use your images as a pattern lock and take your Pattern lock at a whole new level. You can create your own styles of lock screen as this app is very customizable. Download DIY locker here.


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How To Recover Deleted Contacts From Android Phone


Did you ever face a problem of losing your contacts from your Android phone? Ahh…it really gets me when I accidentally delete or lose phone number of my colleague or friends. I put all the blame to my phone for that even if it’s my fault and I guess most of you also do the same thing. That’s why I am writing this blog post on how you can recover deleted contacts from Android using a simple method.

Probably your contacts are not deleted

Before you start to panic realizing your contacts are gone, I will recommend you to first take a look at your Android device. It might be possible that your contacts are not deleted.

For that, first you need open the Contacts, then click on the three dot hamburger symbol located at the top right corner. Now select Contacts to display and make sure that you have selected All contacts. Now return and check whether you got your contacts back or not; if it’s back then it wasn’t deleted or lost, it was just hidden.


Recover deleted contacts with Gmail:

Recovering deleted contacts from an Android is very easy if your device is synced with Google account. You can restore up-to 30 days old contacts deleted intentionally or unintentionally. The method to recover deleted contact with Gmail is as follow:

Step 1:

Sign in using the same Gmail-id that you have used to register your Android device.

Step 2:

Now click on Gmail drop-down menu located at left corner and select Contacts.


Step 3:

Now click on More and then select Restore contacts.

Here you can select time to restore the contacts or you can fill the time by selecting custom.



  1. In case you find it hard to restore contacts after following these steps you can use the following link do to the same thing: (
  2. You can also restore contacts by using data recovery software. You just need to download and install them into your device and it will do the job for you.

If you are still having any problem while restoring your lost contacts, let us know in comments.

Google’s Self Driving Cars Hit The Roads Of California

google self driving car

Google has always come up with brilliant innovations. They created quite a buzz when they announced working on a driverless car concept. Google had already modified Lexus SUV and Toyota Prius with their technology a few years back, and the company has been very upbeat about the reviews.

Now Google has announced that its autonomous car that resembles a cute puppy, will be adorning the streets of Mountain View, California from today. The cars have the same computational system as that used in Lexus and Toyota, with added features for its new model.

It is an electricity-powered car that can clock up to 25 mph. However, the car is to be driven around without air bags. Google’s intentional model was to develop a car sans steering wheel and pedals, but that would be illegal in the state of California.

To give people a feel of driving and also to get their car a legal permit, Google has added  a steering wheel, accelerator pedal and brakes to the model. Google has vowed to develop and hand over to people an even better version of the autonomous car in 2020.

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Other carmakers such as Delphi have also been working on the self-driving car concept and have been pretty successful.

Both these tech giants are now competing to give the consumers a safer and better option. And looking at their dedication, it looks like very soon everyone would be sleeping their way to office!!

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14-year-olds Invent Condom That Changes Colour When it Detects an STD.


A group of school going kids in U.K have invented a revolutionary new condom that changes its colour when it comes in contact with harmful sexual transmitted diseases (STD) such as chlamydia and syphilis.

The condom called, ‘S.T.EYE’ condom would change color as soon as it finds the presence of some bacteria and it can help to warn the couples to take quick and immediate step. Additionally it would give the couple the freedom to take actions in the privacy of their homes.

The condom comes with a built-in indicator that changes the contraceptive into a different color whenever it finds an STD infected bacteria.

The students who invented this condom won the prestigious TeenTech award for best health innovation. Daanyal Ali, Muaz Nawaz and Chirag Shah, from Isaac Newton Academy in Ilford, Essex have been behind the innovation. This color changing condom has a built-in indicator that detects STDs and changes color on the basis if the strain of the infection.

“We wanted to make something that makes detecting harmful STDs safer than ever before, so that people can take immediate action in the privacy of their own homes without the invasive procedures at the doctors,” 14-year-old Daanyaal Ali, one of the inventors said.

The teenagers also won a prize of 1,000 pounds ($1,750) and a visit to Buckingham Palace for their life-saving innovation. The innovation will impact millions of couples who practice safe sex and will only make it safer.

This revolutionary product made to make people more sexually aware is a result of the above mentioned TeenTech awards that encourages young investors to innovate. They have somehow succeeded to make something that will promote sexual awareness among the young generation.

Via: The Independent

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 details leaked: GS6 eclipsed

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 details leaked: GS6 eclipsed

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 has been revealed in early images depicting the device as a very close hardware relative of the Galaxy S6. This means glass back, a rounded metal rim, and a very high quality camera. In the images of cases as posted (likely out of embargo) to auction sites internationally and passed on to SlashGear anonymously, we see that this device is just as similar to the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy Note 4 was to the Galaxy S5. One mirrors and out-does the other.

The following is a set of specifications we’ve gathered via tips and rumors over the past several weeks. These specifications are not guaranteed to make it all the way to September. In September or October of this year we’ll expect both the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Edge.

Galaxy Note 5

• Display: 1440×2560 pixel Super AMOLED*

• Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 or equivalent EXYNOS

• RAM: 3GB

• Battery: 3220

• Front Camera: 8-megapixels

• Back Camera: 13-megapixels (similar/same sensor as Galaxy S6)

• S Pen: Yes

*While both 2K and 4K displays have been tested, either one could be in play. Given Samsung’s aim to continue working with Oculus on releases of the GearVR, we’ll expect the display to be upgraded beyond the 2K we have listed here.

Galaxy Note 5 Edge

• Display: 1600×2560 pixel Super AMOLED

• Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 810

• RAM: 3GB

• Battery: 3220

• Front Camera: 8-megapixels

• Back Camera: 13-megapixels (similar/same sensor as Galaxy S6)

• S Pen: Yes

TechNewsNation has also received some strange tips on the Galaxy Note 5 Edge It’s been suggested that this Edge will have both sides curved downward – like the Galaxy S6 Edge – and that it might not come with an S Pen.


If indeed this device does not come with an S Pen, it’s possible that it could instead be called the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.

The images you see of the non-edge device here are mock-ups listed by case makers.


According to NWE, casing schematics have been out for a few days now at least – at least long enough for mock-up photos to be made. Case re-sellers often create images like these with the first available renderings from a company like Samsung to be the first with cases on sale on the market.

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We’d just as easily believed these were photoshopped images of the Galaxy S6 if it weren’t for the case bottom re-arrangement of elements. Instead of the USB sitting in the center, it’s to the side. No one element is in the same place as it is with the Galaxy S6.

Stay tuned – again, we’ll expect the Galaxy Note 5 to appear closer to the Fall. Somewhere between the beginning of September and the end of October.

Rats’ Dream of Better Future Just Like Us

Researchers Hack Into Rats’ Brains, Dream of Better Future Just Like Us

dreaming rats

You thought humans are the only species that can make plans and dream of a better future!!! Guess what, You are wrong.

According to a new research, when rats sleep, their brain simulate journeys to a desired future such as a tasty treat creating fragments of future that they wish could come to reality.

The research at University College London explains that it is due to hippocampus, a part of the brain that helps us to imagine the future. When mammals move in the environment they find suitable, they immediately form a map inside their brain.

Senior scientist Hugo Spiers explains:

During sleep or rest, the hippocampus replays journeys through this map which may help strengthen the memory. It has been speculated that such replay might form the content of dreams.

The researchers monitored brain activity in rats whilst keeping them in different environments. First teasing them with the food they cannot get, then while they were asleep and last when they were allowed to get to the food.

The results were astounding; the brain cells that are involved in navigation showed that the brain activity during rest was similar to when they were kept away from the food. Meaning, they had been dreaming and recreating the situation in their brain.

Spies added:

“Because the rat and human hippocampus are similar, this may explain why patients with damage to their hippocampus struggle to imagine future events.”                                        The results are very useful as they explain why some people are unable to imagine the future.

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