Show all the Your Facebook Album & Photos at your Blog Without INSTALL any FACEBOOK APP.

This Plugin Allow to show all the your Facebook Album & Photos at your blog. when you click on any Ablum its shows the photos, for this you have to only put your Facebook Account ID. The Picture Gallery Shows with Lightbox jQuery effects, when you click on the Album Photos.

What you do for it :
Simply create the new page or any where of your site, place the single line code as following :
Put shortcode : [FBGALLERY]

How it Looks :

Its a first Picture , when you place the right facebook id of your account.img

imgWhen you click on the Albums, its show the Pictures according to album.

img After this , When you click on the Picture. its show the picture like a gallery with the jQuery effects.

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you can download it from wordpress.org site :

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/facebook-album-photos/
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The Indian market is flooding with budget tablets these days. Last month we saw quite a few budget tablets such as Micromax Funbook, HCL ME Tab U1, UbiSlate 7C, and others launching in India. The latest entrant into the budget tablet race is Kobian, which has launched an Android-based budget tablet called iXA Tab. The device, priced at Rs. 3,999, will be available for pre-order from May 23.

The iXA Tab runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and is powered by a 1GHz processor. The new Kobian device comes with 512MB of RAM and has 4GB built-in storage, expandable up to 32 GB via microSD card. It has a seven-inch touchscreen. The iXA Tab supports Wi-Fi for connectivity. It also has a 0.3MP camera.

Moreover, the iXA Tab supports a wide range of audio formats such asmp3, wav, wma, aac etc. It also supports video formats such as avi, mp4, mov, 3GP and many more video formats supported by iXA Tab.

Sushmita Das, Country Manager – India, Kobian Pte Ltd says, “We have had immense success with mTab range , the launch of iXA Tab is for our young students and generation who would want to have the ownership of a tablet . They are now able to get all the features bundled in one product with a very attractive price tag. Since it’s based on Android Gingerbread, user has the access to all Google applications and can have the ultimate experience. If one can get a Tablet at the price of a mobile phone then why not grab it.”

It’s notable that the iXA Tab is a limited edition product from Kobian. Availability of the device will be announced on the day booking starts.

Kobian had forayed into the Indian last year with its Mercury series. Since then it has launched quite a few Mercury tablets including one with the latest ICS operating system. Last month, Kobian launched Android 4.0 ICS-based Mercury mTab Neo2 tablet. The The Mercury mTab Neo2 is powered by a 1.2 GHz Cortex A8 dual-core processor, 512 MB RAM. It has 7-inch (16:9) capacitive screen. Notably, it comes with SIM calling function like mobile phones and has Bluetooth, WiFi, and GPS for connectivity. It has dual cameras (front and rear-facing) as well.



Today, the budget tablet consumer is spoilt for choice. There are a plethora of options to choose from and the consumer doesn’t really know which device will give him a bang for his buck. You could either take a look at the tablets under the Rs. 10,000 price tag. These tablets do compromise on certain features but give you a decent entry-level experience of the functionality of a tablet. The price bracket of Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 15,000 brings tablets that are good performers, pack in quite a punch under the hood but lack the premium feel of an “A” class device. They, however, do get the job done very well.

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For those amongst you who rely on benchmarks as a crucial criterion in a buying decision, the series of graphs below pitting the tablets against one another in multiple benchmarks should help. Also, there is a simple listing that gives you the specifications of the device at a single glance.

For the benchmark score, a higher score = better performance. If the score is 0, then the benchmark either crashed on the product or it wasn’t compatible with the device.

The tablets that are contenders for this comparison test are the Reliance 3G Tab (read the review here), iBall Slide, Intex iTab, Beeltel Magiq Glide (check out the review here) and the Mercury Mtab Neo2.
Performance benchmarks

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Specifications comparision

Reliance iBall Intex Beetel Mercury
3G Tab Slide iTab Magiq Glide Mtab Neo2
MRP 12,999 12,449 11,900 11,999 14,999
Processor ARM 11 ARM Cortex A8 ARM Cortex-A8 ARM Cortex A7 ARM Cortex-A8
Processor max clock speed/Processor cores 800 Mhz/1 1 GHz/1 1GHz/1 1GHz/1 1.2GHz/2
SoC Snapdragon with Adreno 220 OMAP3621 with PowerVR SGX 540 Vivante Corporation GC800 Graphics Engine Adreno 200 Imagination Technologies PowerVR SGX 540
RAM 512 MB 512 MB 512MB 512MB 512MB
Display size (in Inches)/Display type/Display resolution 7/TFT LCD/800 x 480 7/TFT LCD/480 x 800 8/TFT LCD/800 x 600 7/TFT LCD/800 x 480 7/TFT LCD/800 x 480
Internal Storage space 1 GB 8 GB 8GB 8GB 8GB
Expandable Memory (Y/N)/Expandable Memory type Y/microSD Y/microSD Y/microSD Y/microSD Y/microSD
Wi-Fi (Y/N)/3G (Y/N) Y/Y (Reliance network locked) Y/Y Y/N Y/Y Y/Y
Battery rating (mAh) 3400 4400 5000 2200 4000
Dimensions (in mm)/Weight (in gms) N.A./389 N.A/N.A. NA/475gms NA 194x122x12.5/360
Operating System (tested with) Android 2.3.4 Android 2.3.1 Android 2.3.1 Android 2.2.2 Android 3.0
HDMI out (Y/N) N Y Y N Y
Front Camera resolution (MP)/Rear Camera resolution (MP) 0.3/2 2/N.A. VGA/NA VGA/NA 2MP/0.3MP
Customized application store Rworld N N N N

 


Hacking group Anonymous says it has attacked the website of a state-owned telecommunications provider in India for allegedly censoring content on the Internet.

The corporate website of Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited, which caters to the major Indian cities of New Delhi and Mumbai, has been down for at least six hours Wednesday.

A post on Anonymous India’s blog says it attacked the site because the company had blocked several file sharing websites.

A senior company official, M.K. Purohit, denied the website had been attacked. He said individual city websites for the company were working and that the company did not use the corporate site very often.

But an online search for the domain’s owner showsMTNL as the registrant until February 2014.


The government today said it expects that by December this year all its websites will move to the latest format of Internet addressing system – IPv6.

Every device on the computer network is assigned an internet protocol (IP) address, which is a numerical address that is its identity and forms the basis of Internet communication.

At present, the websites run on IPv4. “IPv6 is designed to handle security issues better… Allgovernment websites will be IPv6-compatible by December this year. For the country as a whole, the roadmap for transitioning to IPv6 is by 2020,” Telecom Secretary R Chandrashekhar told reporters here at the function marking World IPv6 Launch Day. Government websites to move to IPv6 by year end

At present, most devices globally are running on the 27-year old ‘IPv4’, which uses 32-bit addresses limiting the IP address space to about 4.3 billion possible unique addresses.

However, IPv6 will use 128-bit addresses, thereby making available in almost infinite pool of such unique IP addresses.

Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) is part of the IPv6 base protocol suite and supports end-to-end security, authentication and non-repudiation (a service that provides proof of the integrity and origin of data), thereby simplifying total security into applications.

India at present has 35 million IPv4 addresses against a user base of about 360 million data users.

In addition, with the government targetting at 160 million and 600 million broadband customers by the year 2017 and 2020, respectively, the need to move to IPv6 becomes more crucial.

The Department of IT has taken various steps, including holding workshops, to encourage state governments to hold pilot projects and 27 websites have already been brought under IPv6 platform in India.

A IPv6 test bed has also been installed by the Telecom Engineering Centre ( TEC), a technical wing ofDepartment of Telecom to help vendors and stakeholders test their equipments for IPv6 compatibility and readiness.

To address the various problems being faced by the stakeholders regarding IP address allocation from Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC – which allocates IP numbers in the Asia Pacific region), the National Internet Registry ( NIR) has been approved to allocate IPv6 addresses in India.

This will ensure a systematic approach to cater to all future requirements in the country.