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With most phone manufacturers trying to pack in more specs and features to their mobile phone, adding protection from natural elements has become a norm. We see many phones today that give protection from dust, humidity and water. IP rating, short for Ingress Protection rating is an international standard that shows you the level of ingress protection, that is the unwanted introduction of dust, water, foreign bodies, contaminants, etc. into a device that might malfunction if introduced to these ingresses. IP Rating consists of the letters IP followed by two digits and an optional letter. The digits indicate conformity with the conditions summarised in the tables below. Where there is no protection rating with regard to one of the criteria, the digit is replaced with [&hellip

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If you are signed into multiple Google account for Gmail using Chrome, chances are that you might have encountered the dreaded Bad Request Error 400 error. The error is so frustrating and vague that most users are left clueless on how to fix it. Most importantly, many of us do not have the time to fix the issue when we have to send that all important email. There are a number of forum posts on the Internet in which users mentioned that they have moved to Firefox or other browsers just because of this problem. Its a shame that both the browser and the email are from the provider and they are yet to fix it even though users have had issue for about an year! But [&hellip

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All of us use Gmail. It has become an integral part of our web life. Most of us also use Gmail as our corporate email using the Google Apps for Business . I personally use 6 different Gmail accounts. With so much dependency in Gmail it is only natural that we have a tab for Gmail always opened in our browsers. But have you ever noticed the amount of memory that single Gmail tab takes? Well here is what happens to my Gmail tab. It is around 243 MB for that single Gmail account. And with each account additional Gmail tab a similar amount of memory get used up. There are times when my whole system become slow with these multiple Gmail accounts running in the background. Gmail Offline is a [&hellip

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In the internet world not even incognito mode is private! Most search engines store their user’s keywords, with some search engines going further and matching those terms to your computer address, your name, and other items, depending on how much information you have shared with the search engine. DuckDuckGo is a search engine built on open source software. It also doesn’t track users: no personal information is collected, shared, or used to customize individual users’ search results. So, anyone searching on a particular term in DuckDuckGo will get the same results.  This website by DuckDuckGo show us the evils of tracking user’s keywords: donttrack.us As “Do Not Track” features become ubiquitous in Web browsers, it’s particularly interesting to see the growing acceptance of this increasingly open, privacy-focused search engine as [&hellip

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