Thursday, 23 April 2015

Date Sheet Of Intermediate ( H.S.C Part 1 And 2 Both ) Karachi Board

Board Of Intermediate Education,Karachi has Already announced the final date sheet of 2015.Students can take their Admit Cards and Date Sheet From The Colleges!!

You Can Also Download The Following Final Date Sheet 2015 ,Karachi Board
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Friday, 10 April 2015

Jungle Heat ~ My Com Games

Jungle Heat is becoming most viral strategy game on face book and day by day the number of players of this game is increasing.most of old player are now very high profile in the game by implementing some tricks or plans which new player who started playing recently don't know.

Well today i am going to share you some useful tips so you can also enjoy by defeating opponents in the game with 100% destruction rate !!

In The Beginning :

When you first start the game don't use the diamonds because diamonds are very rare and you can not get them easily in game and diamonds are the only way by which you can increase no of workers by which you can build and upgrade more buildings at a time which is the most important thing !!

Upgrading Buildings :

To Upgrade a building you need to have enough gold and oil which is required to upgrade buildings. Now most of the players try to hack them and try to use hack engine  but that's totally wrong don't even think to cheat in the game Jungle Heat Team will block you for sure and nobody is able to hack the game yet due to strong security.

now if you need gold and you don't have enough then train your troops and beat an enemy and steal all the gold and oil from storage's ( Now that's the place where you can use plans )

The Building which should be upgrade first is Storage's and Mines don't try to maximize just upgrade it to store the enough resources you need to upgrade buildings and then try to upgrade your army related building (Barracks,Rally Points,Lab,Special Forces and so on )

Remember one thing the stronger your army the better your attack will be and your chances of stealing gold and oil will also 

beginning your defense is not that much important but if you are being attacked due to your stocks of gold and oil then drop your rating by losing ( put you single hero and click on surrender with out doing serious damage or try to attack on storage's or mines without hurting your hero ).

after that you will not be attacked because low lvl players can't attack on you or they are unable to steal your gold and oil.

Gathering Gold and Oil :

Remember one thing when you are gathering or stealing gold and oil by defeating opponents your first priority is to take resources first. you have to be smart and while gathering your troops should be (gunners,rifleman,spy's,wall breaker ) only because they consume lesser resources to train.

your ratings should be minimum and don't panic if you loosed your focus should on resources not on stars or destruction rate.

Doing 1000+ Trophies in Clan Tournament :

Try to train Army which takes less time to train and also decrease your ratings to increase your no of chances before starting doing cups or trophies.your army should be upgraded enough so it will more good and makes your chances of winning !!

choose your opponent who is offering low rating it is very important.

there will be a time come when your ratings again gets high now decrease them by choosing a opponent who is offer more -ve rating points ( our goal is to make more cups and less ratings and when decreasing more ratings trophies will be same every time )

finding opponents is bit difficult but that's the game by repeating and practicing you will become a champ.
Change Your Oil In Diamonds :

Train troops with oil do cups and diamonds will be yours just kidding there is no such way to change resources !

If You guys have more tricks or way to get success in game share with us with your clan name.

Admin : Human Beast 
Clan : Beasts League 

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

You'll be folding up your gadgets by next year

Screens designed to bend
We've been promised bendable and foldable screens for several years now, but a new report coming out of South Korea suggests they might finally be close to becoming a reality.

"The industry believes that the commercialisation of foldable smartphones will be possible in 2016," a Samsung official told Business Korea, in a rather matter-of-fact way. In just 12 months you could be rolling up your smartphone to put in your pocket.

That's a claim we've heard more than once in the past, but as new smartphones such as the LG G Flex 2 and Samsung S6 Edge prove, the technology is now more viable than ever.
See-through smartphones

The same report also provides an update on transparent displays. The technology is already used in planes, luxury cars and state-of-the-art billboards, and is on its way to smartphones and tablets too.

"The development of display technology that creates a virtual space on glass is already completed, and even a promotional prototype is available," a senior LG official is quoted as saying. "However, it will take time until the product becomes commercialized due to mass production according to demand and stable supply."

The idea of being able to fold up a tablet sounds more interesting to us than seeing the pavement while we walk along texting, but both technologies are worth keeping tabs on - they're in line to offer something really out-of-the-ordinary in the flagships of 2016 and beyond.

How to secure industrial systems for the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is real, but it is not about accessing everything from everywhere. It’s about accessing what is necessary in a way that provides the most value, and the right communication infrastructure will ensure that this is exactly what happens.

Mike Granby • President • Red Lion Controls

The Internet of Things, the Connected Factory and Industry 4.0 are being hyped as new paradigms that will revolutionize interactions between humans and their devices. From home appliances to industrial automation, these concepts hold great promise, but what are the practical steps needed to get there? For the industrial market, the story is one of evolution rather than revolution.

Advances in connectivity have come in stages, with communication first being established between devices in a panel, then between panels in a machine, then between machines in a cell, and now between cells in a factory and even between different operational factories or supply chain partners. The strength of TCP/IP as a transport protocol has helped drive the latter stages of this communication journey, and now the availability of cheap, reliable bandwidth between sites—either through wired or wireless connections—allows data to flow outside the boundaries of traditional business locations.

The discrete steps in this journey are reflected in the architecture that is and should be adopted. A few years ago, the vision was for every device in the world to have its own unique address. IP version 4 (IPv4)—the predominate protocol on which the Internet was built—has a theoretical limit of roughly four billion addresses, and it was predicted that the world would run out of these addresses causing havoc with device deployment. IP version 6 (IPv6) was created to divert this catastrophe by expanding address space. However, outside certain important, but limited realms, IPv6 has not caught on.

The transition to IPv6 has stalled, as there are more secure and easier-to-deploy solutions available that leverage existing equipment and will prolong the depletion of IPv4 addresses for a significant period of time. One method, Network Address Translation (NAT), allows all of the devices on a private network to access the Internet through a single public IP address. All outbound connections appear to come from this single address, while inbound connections to that IP are translated and mapped to specific devices on the internal network. This removes the need for large numbers of public IP addresses and increases security by obscuring the network behind a single address.

NAT is considered the right way to design a network, hiding internal network devices and only exposing pertinent functions and features from equipment to the rest of the network. Best practices for networks use a combination of equipment isolation as well as flexible architecture for ever changing application requirements. This applies just as much with the addition of the next layer of connectivity as it has always applied within the factory itself.

So what does this mean in reality? Most importantly, it means security at every level of the system. Within a production cell in a factory, for instance, a gateway can hide the network equipment contained within and pass only operational data upstream. At higher layers in the organization, similar gateways will perform analogous functions, allowing access where it is required and segregating traffic into manageable domains.

We also see the cloud playing a role in manufacturing. The need for static IP addresses may become unnecessary, with site-level gateways establishing virtual private network (VPN) tunnels to cloud-based servers, such that anyone wishing to access that site must connect to those same servers. This is already happening with cellular routers. Industrial networking devices like these use this technique to work around limitations in cellular data plans that restrict inbound connections. Similar to NAT, what started out as a matter of convenience is now being recognized as the best practice and a technique that is equally applicable to wired networks.

While many global manufacturers are eager to realize the benefits of increased connectivity, such as reduced operational costs and better visibility and control, those who are not constructing green-field facilities understand that it is unrealistic and cost-prohibitive to “rip-and-replace” legacy equipment. Plant managers are better off leveraging existing devices and equipment by integrating industrially fluent communication devices and protocol conversion software to tie all systems together. This approach not only saves time and money, but also adds real-time reporting and control functions to existing applications.

Red Lion