See Who Visited Your Facebook Profile Recently

Follow The Below Steps To Track Your Facebook Profile Visitors :

1)Log into your Facebook Account and move to HOME tab.

2)Right click on any blank part of home page and click on " view page source " or Click Here .

3)Now press ctrl+f and search for " InitialChatFriendsList " in source code.

4)Just after above sentence, you will see some numerical part like :

 [ " InitialChatFriendsList ", [ ],{" list ":["100002841716363-2", "100004022297947-2 "," 100003876360179-2 ", "100002826484184-2"," 100005705131655-2 "," 1087570818-2","100003006663960".

5)Above Bold mark numbers are your profile visitors user code.

6)The first number is the facebook friend's profile ID, who've visited your profile page.

7)To see who is the specific person exist behind the those Facebook Id's, just goto www.facebook.com/put user id here. Ex : www.facebook.com/1000005703131655 


Control your webcam-equiped computer or laptop with your hand gestures

Flutter, a start up offering free software that allows you to control music and videos on a computer with simple hand gestures.

See the tuturial below:

Flutter’s Chrome extension connects with the Flutter desktop application, which continuously processes images captured by your computer’s webcam. The software looks for specific gestures, such as a palm held up flat to signify play or pause.
For a PC user they needs to attach a webcam which is required to use this app. 
If your computer is equipped with a standard webcam device, using the app, you can fully navigate most media players including iTunes, Spotify, VLC, Quicktime, Windows Media Player, PowerPoint, Keynote without touching to your keyboard nor mouse. 
The app lets you wave your hand. It detects, recognize your gesture and execute the orders, even you play music in the background and having other windows in the foreground. Gestures can use to pause, play, next and previous.
A new version has been released to add gesture-based control music & videos playback in Google Chrome browser. 
Flutter need to select Preferred App in the settings ,the app when started in chrome Flutter notifies you that it has been activated.Flutter on chrome now supports YouTube, Pandora, Grooveshark & Netflix.

Download Flutter HERE!


Upcoming Windows 8 Laptops

1. Acer Aspire V5

Acer Aspire V5 Series laptops come in four modes; V5-171 (11.6 inch screen), V5-471P (14 inch screen), V5-571(15.6 inch screen) and V5-571P (15.6 inch screen). The model which ends with a ‘P’ refers to a touch screen display with 10 point multi-touch support.

All Aspire series notebooks run on Windows 8 operating system and come powered with Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processor, Intel HD 4000 graphic along with Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 for faster boot up. The notebooks feature 500GB or 750GB hard drives, DVD drive for 14 inch and 15 inch models.

2. Acer Aspire M5

The Acer Aspire M5 comes in two display models; M5-481PT - 14 inch with capacitive touch screen display with 10 point multi touch support and M5-581T - 15.6 inch with magnesium alloy case.

Both models are powered by Intel Ivy Bridge processor along with Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 and runs on Window 8 operating system. The laptops comes with storage space of 500 GB hard drive with 20 GB SSD disk, built in optical disk drive, full sized Ethernet port, backlit keyboard, HDMI port and USB 3.0.

The 14 inch laptop model features a multi touch display with edge-to-edge glass and an aluminum case. While the 15 inch model is bit heaver and come with magnesium alloy construction.

3. Acer Aspire S7 Ultrabook

The Acer Aspire S7 ultrabook comes with touch screen display with two screen size 13.3 inch and 11.6 inch. Both ultrabook have unibody design made from single block of aluminum and the display features high definition IPS (In-Plane Switching) 10 point multi touch support with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution and protected with Corning Gorilla Glass.

The devices are powered with third generation Intel Core i5-3317UB or i7-3517U processor, runs on Windows 8 operating system and comes with solid-state drives for storage. It is also embedded with lithium polymer battery that offers up to 6 hours of battery life.

4. Dell Latitude 6430u Ultrabook

Dell launched a Windows 8 ultrabook named Latitude 6430u Ultrabook. Compared to the current generation 14 inch Dell laptop the new ultrabook is lighter by 16 percent and is 33 percent thinner. The ultrabook weighs only 1.6 kg.

It is powered by Intel’s latest generation Core processor, comes with 8 GB RAM and runs on Widows 8 operating system. Dell promises its users that on a single charge the tablet would last you an entire day.

5. HP Envy Spectre Touchsmart XT

The Envy Spectre Touchsmart XT is the new entry in high-end line up of laptops from HP. It has aluminum-and-magnesium design, soft touch buttons, 15.6 inch projective capacitive IPS touch screen with resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels.

It is powered with Intel Ivy Bridge processor runs on Windows 8 operating system and is paired with 32 GB SSD storage drive. It can also be configured with SSD or HHD for storage. The laptop comes with wide range of connectivity options like Ethernet jack, two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0, a memory card reader, a 3.5mm headphone port and a Kensington lock slot.

6. HP Envy m4

HP Envy m4 is a lightweight and thin laptop which comes in 14 inch screen size with aluminum framework. It is powered with Intel Core i3 and i5 processor, supports up to 8 GB of RAM and runs on Windows 8 operating system. It comes with HHD for storage up to 1TB capacity and also has 32 GB of mSATA.

The laptop features 14 inch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, option of backlit keyboard and integrated optical drive, HD webcam, Intel WiDi wireless display streaming support, stereo speaker and subwoofer with Beats Audio branding and a fingerprint scanner for security.

7. HP Pavilion Sleekbook

HP Pavilion Sleekbook comes in two screen size models; Pavilion Sleekbook 14 and Pavilion Sleekbook 15, equipped with 14 inch and 15.6 inch displays respectively. The 14 inch model is powered with AMD processors, while the Sleekbook 15 is powered by Intel CPU and both the models runs on Windows 8 operating system

Both the laptops offers optional Nvidia discrete graphic card and comes with HHD for storage up to 1 TB and also has an option for SSD. Other features include fingerprint scanner for security, HDMI, USB 3.0,USB 2.0 and TrueVision webcam.

8. Sony Vaio E14A

In the laptop segment Sony was the only manufacturers who released their new devices for Indian customers last week. The company launched two new touchscreen enabled Windows 8 Vaio models, Vaio E14A Series costing 74,990 is one among them.

The Vaio E14A Series has a stylish ‘wrap design’ with color intonation around the laptop’s edge, touchpad and keyboard. The gadget also comes with a ‘personalization kit’ which includes matching color keyboard skin and mouse

9. Sony Vaio T13

Sony Vaio T13 is lightweight and comes with great audio quality. It gives fast startup, plenty of storage and has an appreciable battery life. The device is powered by Ivy Bridge processor, runs on Windows 8 operating system and has 4 GB of RAM.

It sports a 13.3 inch screen with 1366 x 768 resolution and has all the needed ports like USB 3.0 and 2.0, HDMI, Ethernet, VGA and an SD slot which all made it a bit bulky.

10. Toshiba Satellite S955

The Toshiba Satellite S955 comes with 15 inch screens size, has a choice of either an Ivy Bridge Core i5 CPU or an AMD A8 APU, supports up to 8 GB of RAM and runs on Window 8 operating system.

In terms of storage it has maximum capacity of 750 GB hard drive space and comes with variety of connectivity options like HDMI output, an Ethernet jack, DVD optical drive, USB 2.0 ports, USB 3.0 and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.

11. Toshiba Satellite U945

The Toshiba Satellite U945 sports 14 inch LED backlit LCD display with 366 x 768 pixel resolution. It is powered with third generation Intel Core processor, 4 GB RAM, a 500GB hard drive as well as 32 GB SSD for storage and works on Windows 8 operating system. It is also integrated with Wi-Fi, Ethernet jack, microSD media slot reader, HDMI, USB 2.0 port, USB 3.0 port and Bluetooth.


Apple Unveils iOS 7

At WWDC 2013, Apple has officially unveiled the next generation of iOS, iOS 7.
New in iOS 7 is a Control Center. It's an area that can be activated from within any app that brings control to Wi-Fi, brightness and other frequently accessed settings.From Control Center you can access a flashlight, start a song, toggle AirPlay and more.

iOS 7 will bring better multitasking and background processing to all apps. It will monitor which apps you use frequently to help determine which ones need more full-functioning multitasking. When apps send push notifications, for instance, the phone will know to start to give that app background processing so that it will work more quickly and intuitively. Apple has taken a major cue from webOS (RIP) and added full-previews of running apps for multitasking. No more tiny icons!

Safari for iOS 7 has a new look and feel — more similar to Chrome on iOS, we must say — including a new tabbed view. It also integrates with iCloud Keychain for password management. The unified search menu, which was removed with iOS 3.0, is back. There is also access to shared links and the reading list improvements shown off with OS X Mavericks. Tabs are now 3D and fully integrated with iCloud tabs. Users are no longer limited to eight tabs (hooray) and tabs can be reordered or removed with a swipe.

Apple is bringing OS X's AirDrop to iOS. AirDrop will let users share photos or files peer-to-peer with other iOS users who are nearby. "No bumping required." AirDrop will only work on iOS devices running the latest wireless chipsets, meaning the iPhone 5, fourth generation iPad, iPad mini, and the latest iPod touch.
Photos and Camera
The Camera and Photo apps received a major overhaul. Not only is it easier to manage large numbers of photographs, users can now create Shared Photostreams — think group albums — into which other users can post photos as well as share with others. Users can also share video with iCloud Photostreams in iOS 7. Visually, the app looks similar to the latest Flickr redesign, is less focused on 4 x 4 grids of thumbnails, and offers users a better look at their photographs.

Siri has a new look and a new voice. Users can choose between male and female voices for Siri. Siri is also getting smarter: It will now pull in data from Twitter, Wikipedia and Bing.

iOS in the Car
Apple is going to bring iOS to the dashboard of your car. Support for iOS in the car will be coming to Honda, Mercedes, Nissan, Chevy, Kia, Volvo, Acura and others.
New App Store
The App Store has a new design and will show apps that are popular nearby, as well as apps popular with your friends. The best part? Your apps now update automatically.

Music and iTunes Radio
The Music app gets the same visual overhaul as the rest of the system but the big feature with music and iOS 7 is iTunes Radio. Think of it as a hybrid between Pandora and Songza, built into iOS. Users can listen to theme-centric playlists or stations ("Songs for summer") or listen to artist-centric stations. And, like Last.fm, iTunes Radio keeps track of all the stuff you listen to across iTunes, Apple TV and on iOS 7. It's free with ads, though iTunes Match subscribers get it free without ads.

How to Delete Your Facebook Search History

1. Go to Your Profile

Head to your Facebook profile and click the "Activity log" option at the bottom right of your cover photo.

2. Activity Log

Your activity log is a list of your posts and all Facebook activity, including your search history.

3. More Options

Next, click on the "More" option on the left-hand menu, under "Photos," "Likes" and "Comments."

4. Search Activity

Scroll down the expanded list until you see "Search."

5. Your Search History

You can now view your Facebook search history, in date order. To get rid of it, simply click "Clear Searches..."

6. Clear Your History

...And then okay the pop-up message that appears.