Much like your very own fingerprint, the MEID number and the IMEI number of your phone act as its fingerprint. They are the unique identifiers of the phone that you have. No two phones in the entire world have the same IMEI numbers. Finding your phone’s IMEI number is a great way for you to be able to find your phone quickly when it gets lost. Your IMEI number has 15 digits while the MEID number is the IMEI number excluding the last digit.
Every Android app is useful in one way or another. Whether it is staying up to date with relative on social media and friends to adding events to your own calendar, smartphones were made to make one’s life easier. With that said, there are several apps that more helpful than some and others that are more useful. But since everyone has different needs, the usefulness of a certain app may differ.
- Facebook is an online social networking service headquartered in California. Its website was launched on February 4, 2004.
- Facebook Pages are for businesses, brands and organizations to share and connect with people
- Facebook like is the quickest way for people to share content with their friends
- Facebook poke is to just say hello
- Facebook lacks live support, which makes it difficult to resolve issues
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There are many websites that offer books that can be read online for free. Some sites offer downloadable books; on other sites, books can be read directly online. The most well-known online book site in the United States, is Amazon.com. A link to their free teen book section will be listed with other sources at the end of this article.
You may need an e-reader, such as Barnes & Nobles’ Nook, or Amazon’s Kindle, to read these books. However, many sites now offer applications (apps) for use on your computer, tablet, netbook, smartphone and other internet-capable devices.
Additionally, many local libraries now offer an online library that registered users may access anytime. This will save you a trip to the city library and the weight of carrying borrowed books as well as possible late fees.
- www.read.gov/teens/ -Website offered by the Library of Congress
- www.bookrix.com/library.html?submitted1=1&search=teen -Highly recommended website
- teen.simonandschuster.com/ -Website managed by book publisher Simon and Schuster
- www.wattpad.com/stories/teen-fiction -Organized website with a wide variety of genres
- free-online-novels.com/youngadult.html -Alphabetical list of books, with links to read them on other websites.
- www.onread.com/genre/Teens-2963 -Books on this site are available to download in many formats.
- www.readcentral.com/ -A nicely arranged website with many categories and thousands of books. Options to change font, background and more for easier reading.
- http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_st?keywords=kindle+ebooks+young+adult&qid=1337713121&rh=n%3A133140011%2Ck%3Akindle+ebooks+young+adult&sort=price&ajr=1 -This is Amazon’s site, with a search of Young Adult Kindle E-Books, resulting in over 26,000 books, not all of which are free.
- http://www.booksshouldbefree.com/genre/Teen_Young_adult -Books can be viewed on iphone, android, Kindle and MP3 players.
- http://www.classicly.com/young-readers/books -179 pages of book titles to choose from
- http://www.digilibraries.com/category/23/Juvenile_Fiction/ -Over 2000 books to choose from, with 20 categories to narrow your search.
All of these sites have many classics and new authors. Some sites, such as Amazon.com, will have certain books for free for a while, then a new selection of free books with the others possibly being listed with a price. Some allow you to preview the first few pages or a chapter, while others give a brief overview of the story. Many also have links to even more websites that have books for free. Once you get started using the above listed book sites, you will find more books than you might ever get to read!
Due to copyright concerns it can be difficult to find free books online, however, there are several solutions to that problem, I’ll write about a few of them here along with some options for buying e-books online.
Project Gutenberg An archive of public domain books, they have more than 42,000 titles from every subject you can think of. They are not only free to read books, but being in the public domain you are free to use them in any way you want, from rewriting the story with the same characters to republishing them with or without modification. Take for example the original story of Tarzan, as many of the books were published before 1921, the most recent public domain cut off date, you can use the books and the character in your own stories. Note: Tarzan, the name itself is trademarked to prevent this, so you might change the name to Zantar or Tublat Zan, Edgar Rice Burroughs’ original names for the famous loin clothed ape-man.
Google Books is another option, with a massive collection of books that includes some books that are in the legal grey area of copyright, books that might be protected but the owner of the copyright cannot be determined. Google Books also offers previews of currently available books, much like Amazon’s “Look Inside” feature. Their collection of educational texts is unrivaled and Google Books has the largest collection of books, in at least an abbreviated form, allowing users to make informed purchases.
Amazon is another option, with their free previews of books they sell, as well as their huge Kindle marketplace where you can buy everything from the latest best sellers to obscure independently published works. Prices range from $.99 to $5.99 for the indie press and higher for big name book or bestsellers.
Kobo is one of the most popular sites next to Amazon, and they offer the opportunity to read books on many different e-book devices and operating systems. They boast over a million free books on their site and have both indie and mainstream press offerings. They are an international website with localized services in dozens of countries where amazon and others only serve certain regions and languages.
Smashwords is another large book retailer that focuses specifically on independent publishers and authors trying to get their stories out to the world. They have partnered with many different e-book readers including Aldiko, a popular software for the Android operating system that incorporates the Smashwords library directly through their shopping cart. A great option to buy and read books on the fly.
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In the night from Friday to Saturday, Twitter announced on his blog that he had been the victim of an attack that has affected nearly 250,000 accounts. Users were hacked quickly contacted by the microblogging site by sending them an email indicating the procedure to reset their account. This is actually a precautionary measure because the passwords could not be directly recovered by the pirates. Bob Lord, director of security of Twitter, warns that hackers had access to “user accounts, email addresses, token sessions and versions encrypted passwords. ”
Without elaborating on the method used by hackers, Twitter says still “This attack is not the fruit of an amateur, and we do not believe that this was an isolated incident.” A sobering announcement coming just after the attempts of intrusion of hackers in the U.S. media (New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN).
So if you receive an email that starts: “Hello. Twitter believes that your account has been compromised by a website or service not affiliated with Twitter. We’ve reset your password to prevent others from accessing your account ‘, quickly change your password with strong security. Be at least 10 characters include uppercase, lowercase and numbers.
A good sense seems to have more importance in these times of hacking which tends to generalize.
Writing 01net you will quickly become aware of any changes in this “attack” on Twitter.
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During CES 2013, the Japanese manufacturer has announced a new premium smartphone, but a tablet is also in preparation. It would be part of the same range as that seems new model to replace the Tablet S , is called the Xperia Z Tablet .
It is not surprising that we find a definition at full-HD screen that displays a definition 1920x1080px. Slab would be 10.1 inches and has under the hood features extensively revised upwards. More Tegra 3, Sony would thus choosing a processor Snapdragon 4 cores, clocked at 1.5 GHz based on 2GB of RAM. At the sensors should expect the 8.1 megapixel for the front and 2.2 megapixel at the rear. This Tablet Xperia Z would otherwise run with 32GB of storage and of course NFC .
The source of this rumor also says that the tablet will take a very similar design to the smartphone. It should be announced in the second quarter of 2013.
Arrived late on the touch tablet segment, Sony had from the beginning by announcing his ambitions will become the main provider of tablets in the world, behind Apple and its iPad invincible, since the touch pad can be the bridge around various electronic equipment room, the TV and the stereo.
The first tablets developed by Sony were distinguished by their specific design and designed for use in the home rather than actually nomadic, staying consistent with his initial vision. In September 2012, shift, Sony renewed its range with a model Xperia S Tablet resuming the appearance of folded paper (designed to ensure balanced handling) in reducing and recovering up to date features. And for 2013?