It seems like you can’t go anywhere on the internet these days without seeing the iPhone vs. Android argument raging. Of course, we all know that for the most part it’s a stupid argument — find what works best for you and go for it. Of course, there are some features of each platform that are sorely missing on the other, and a perfect example is wireless charging. Apple is rumored to be adding wireless charging to its upcoming iPhone 8, iPhone 7s Plus, and iPhone 7s, but that’s not going to help anyone today. As it turns out, however, it’s insanely easy to add wireless charging to your iPhone.
Check out the Nillkin Magic Case for iPhone 7 and the Nillkin Magic Case for iPhone 7 Plus. These slim cases add Qi wireless charging to your handset, so all you need to do is drop it on a standard charging pad (like this one) and you’re done.
Here are some highlights from the product page:
- Wireless Charging: Although iPhone still doesn’t support wireless charge, our Magic Case can enable your iPhone 7 Plus to be wireless charging compatible.
- Magnetic Compatible: Built-in four magnets makes it also compatible with magnetic holder(Note: Since the four magnets are apart in the case, it will not compatible with small magnet holders).
- Tough Shell: Built with environmental hard PC materials, formed by highly precise injection molding machine, scratch resistant and anti-skid.
- Stable Charge: 5V 1A MAX output, wireless charging completion time is about 120mins, stable and fast.
The first real Nokia Android phones aren’t even available in most markets, yet HMD Global is already rumored to work on at least two other models, including the Nokia 9 and Nokia 8. The former is supposed to be the best Nokia handset we get to buy this year, HMD’s first attempt to compete against the iPhone and all the other Android flagships out there.
A new leak shows us a hands-on experience with the Nokia 9, revealing one exciting and one disappointing feature — and it’s all because the Galaxy S8 exists.
The Nokia 6, 5, and 3 are already compelling mid-range phones, but if you’re looking for a high-end experience, you’ll have to wait a while for Nokia to actually unveil its top 2017 devices. After a leaked video had shown one of them a few days ago, FrAndroid scored access to the Nokia 9, taking various pictures in the process.
Sadly, the phone was wrapped in a huge case meant to hide its design. But even so, some details can’t be hidden that easily, considering that this prototype unit actually needs to be tested.
As you can see in this images, this alleged Nokia 9 prototype has a dual lens camera on the back, which is already something the Galaxy S8 can’t offer. The iPhone 8, meanwhile, is also expected to feature a dual camera on the back.
The images also reveal the phone’s specs, including a 5.28-inch display with 2K resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage, and two 13-megapixel cameras on the back. QuickCharge 3.0 technology, and USB-C support. In case it matters, yes, the Nokia 9 does have a headphone jack.
The phone runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat, and the interface is comparable with the Google Pixel, the report notes.
It’s true that Search Engine is a primary traffic source to websites. For making SEO Friendly, web pages have to be optimized as per search engine’s webmaster guidelines. Webmasters can use free tools avalable online test the website for further optimizing the site for not only search engine but also visitors.
Google trends helps to perform keywords research using this trending searches, comparing trends by search terms, forecast, regional trends, etc.
Link Google Trends
A free AdWords tool, Keyword Planner aids to get keyword ideas, search volume and traffic forecasts for selecting bettwe and relevant keywords.
Robots.txt testing tool in Search Console for testing the robots.txt file.
Link Robots.txt Testing
W3C validator check the markup validity of Web documents in HTML, XHTML, etc.
Link HTML/XHTML Validator
Use the Structured Data Testing Tool to check that Google can Correctly parse your structured data markup and display it in search results.
Google Mobile-Friendly Testing Tool check the website’s mobile friendly status.
Link Mobile Friendy Tool
Use Page Speed Insight to find out how to make your web pages fast on all devices.
Link Page Speed Tool
Google Search Console is a free service offered by Google that helps your monitor and maintain your site’s presence in Google Search results.
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Check Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) and (X)HTML documents with style sheet.
Link CSS Validator
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The Kawasaki Ninja 250 has not been updated since 2013
A new rendering of the 2017 Kawasaki Ninja 250 has been published by the Japanese motorcycle magazine, Young Machine. The quarter-litre has been imagined with sleeker LED headlamps and upside down front forks.
mag ninja 250
Unlike previous reports, the upcoming Kawasaki Ninja 250 facelift might turn out to be powered by a twin-cylinder mill and not a four pot. A four cylinder layout not only will have made the proposition difficult to build and maintain but also more expensive than rivals.
The parallel twin mill, in its present state, displaces 249 cc and is capable of producing 32 PS of maximum power at 11,000 rpm and 21 Nm of peak torque at 10,000 rpm. The figures will get a major boost so that the new Kawasaki Ninja can take on the Honda CBR250RR. The Honda is at present the most powerful quarter litre series production motorcycle with an output of 38.7 PS of power and 23.3 Nm of torque.
The speculative rendering has the front section inspired from the Kawasaki Ninja 650. The Kawasaki Ninja 250 update may utilise a steel trellis frame.
Expect the new Kawasaki Ninja 250 to be released late next year or in 2018. The changes on the quarter litre would eventually make their way into the Kawasaki Ninja 300 sold in some Asian, European and American markets.
taken form indianautosblog.com, Young Machines via TMCBlog