Friday, July 22, 2016

The 5 Best Android Apps For Monitoring Your Kids Social Interactions

About The Author: Rae is a contributor for Fueled and a business analyst at a tech software company here in New York City. A graduate of Tufts University with a combined International Relations and Chinese degree, Rae has also worked abroad in China in the marketing and hospitality fields. She is passionate about travel, food, and writing, of course.

Monitoring social media interactions is the best way to ensure your child’s online presence is safe, secure, and without the threat of future consequences. Additionally, monitoring their communication provides insight into their psychology, meaning it is a method of flagging any signs of depression or other concerns regarding the mental health of your child.

When you just can’t take away your child’s cell phone or tablet to protect them, you need to know how to monitor your kid’s interactions. Fueled, a London App Developer shares with you the five best Android apps for monitoring your kids’ online interactions.

Pumpic

Pumpic is a free app that is especially useful in monitoring the social interactions that occur from your child’s phone directly (i.e. texts and calls) instead of through social media apps. From monitoring call logs and text messages to checking contacts, this is a great software for covering the most basic of social interactions.

 YouTube Kids

More suited for younger children, YouTube Kids is a child-friendly version of the traditional YouTube application with larger buttons and an easier to navigate menu of only four categories of videos: Shows, Music, Learning, and Explore. Parental controls include setting a timer to let your child know when video-watching time is up and restricting search capabilities. For parents of older kids, YouTube provides parental control settings, accessible by tapping the three dots in the top right hand corner and searching for SafeSearch.

Net Nanny

For a more comprehensive control experience, Net Nanny is a software that enables full control over internet filters, profanity protection, and most importantly, social media. Their built-in social media tool gives parental access to all of their kids’ social media accounts, along with all activities on their accounts. The tiered pricing structure for Android devices (based on number of devices) is reasonably priced and gives one of the most holistic monitoring experiences from any Android app.

uKnowMobile

While providing the traditional monitoring tools of text and call tracking, as well as app download records, the social media tools of uKnowMobile are some of the most comprehensive, with full integration and surveillance over the most popular social media apps: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. What’s most unique about it is the app’s reporting and analytics feature which provides parents with data reports regarding their children’s digital usage.

TeenSafe

Outside of the usual monitoring tools, the highlights of TeenSafe include the ability to view deleted text messages and integration into a greater variety of social media apps. The application emphasizes surveillance over textual content more so than any other app on the list and expands its coverage into apps like WhatsApp and Kik Messenger.

With 89% of teens using social media daily and this number only continuing to grow, the threats from cyber-bullying, predators, and other online dangers become all the more prevalent. Beyond these dangers, the psychological consequences of using social media sites and other forms of virtual communication is equally concerning. Using these tools to actively (to whatever extent you wish) monitor your child can diminish all of the threats posed by virtual social interactions.

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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Driven and LCD Printers

About The Author: Alia is an internet marketer. She loves writing about technology and Boat charters Puerto Vallarta. These days she is busy to write an article on carp fishing in France.


Driven stands for Light transmitting diode. Light emanating diodes are gadgets which come in type of minor knobs which can be fitted into a considerable measure of electronic gadgets. They comprise of a semiconductor chip. The movement of electrons inside the semiconductor chip makes the LED illuminate because of the arrival of photons.

Driven printers were initially presented by Casio, which is a Japanese MNC which spends significant time in various electronic types of gear, for example, cameras, PDAs, printers and some more. Driven printers are a sort of Laser PC printers which use LEDs. The light flashes onto the page being printed permitting the letters and pictures to shape on the drum. The drum has negative charge over it. The light hitting the drum makes that zone less charged. This makes the drum draw in the toner. The toner is then exchanged from the drum to the sheet of paper being printed. This is the means by which the letters or pictures are framed. The warmth delivered makes the ink as letters stick legitimately to the paper.

As a result of less portable parts inside a LED printer the unwavering quality and proficiency of this printer is higher than that of a Laser printer. The rate of printing is nearly quicker in LED printers and they have lower producing costs. Dissimilar to LED printers, laser printers have lenses and mirrors which must be adjusted to each other all through the operation of the printer. This implies regardless of the fact that one of the lenses or mirrors is not adjusted the printer can experience the ill effects of a glitch. Laser printers additionally have a few versatile parts contrasted with LED printers.

There is a disadvantage of a LED printer, which is the reliance of determination on the quantity of LEDs on the print head. This restrains the printer regarding its determination and quality to an expansive degree. Just a particular number of LEDs can be obliged in a zone inside the printer. Case in point, for a LED printer to have a determination of 300dpi, there ought to be 300 LEDs in the print head. Thus for a 500dpi the quantity of LEDs required will be 500.

To include LEDs in a printer for making a 1200 dpi printer is troublesome as it is verging on difficult to make the LEDs sufficiently little with the goal that they fit inside the printer. It is regularly seen that the level determination is littler, for example, 600 and the vertical determination is 1200. This makes the determination as 600x1200 dpi. The vertical determination is subject to the rate at which the LEDs create light while the paper is moving in the printer.

The state of the LED decides the nature of the print particularly if there should arise an occurrence of pictures. These printers have the ability to deliver some extraordinary prints.


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Friday, July 15, 2016

The Best Smartwatches You Can Buy Right Now

About The Author: During college, Patrick dived head first into the tech industry as a Product Management Intern for the American Red Cross's app development department. As a recent grad, he now works as a Digital Marketer at Fueled located in New York City. Fueled is an award winning app development and design agency, and their articles are primarily about mobile technology, mobile development, UX/UI and the social implications of those developments. Patrick loves working in the technology industry because he has a passion for all things tech, and it really shows in his writing.


For over a decade, people have been turning to their smartphones instead of their watches to check the time. But look no longer, because the development of smartwatches save time and allow people to - I know this may be shocking - leave their phones in their pockets for once. "It has made me more present," writes Wall Street Journal reviewer Geoffrey Fowler. Fueled, a London app developer shares its favorite smart watches with you.

Apple Watch ($349)
Apple definitely has a leg up when it comes to crafting new mobile devices - thanks to the success of products like the iPhone, the company's longstanding commitment to quality design, and the resources of one of the world's largest and most successful corporations.

Thus, the most hyped smartwatch of 2015 was the Apple watch, and most reviewers give it the nod for first place. The watch is an effective and efficient way for iPhone fans to do things like read emails, dictate text messages, and purchases through Apple Play. However, the price makes it unlikely that any but the highest earners will buy it - at least for now.

Pebble ($99/200)

The Pebble Smartwatch is one of the cheapest models on the market. The watch gets great marks from reviewers on its visibility in sunlight, which is a poor spot on many smartwatch reviews.

The watch has a significant community built around it, as it's one of the first smartwatches to have hit the market. However, it's a decidedly simple model compared with some of the pricier options on the market. That being said, there are over 1,000 apps already available on its App Store. And, it works with the iPhone and Android devices.

LG G Watch R ($300)
The Android Smartwatch scene is bustling with activity, with a number of different developers looking to enter the market using Google's operating system. LG has produced some of the finest models, including the Urbane and the G Watch R. The G Watch R has an actual clock face, a rarity among the new models. In addition, it's got 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage - impressive features for a wearable.

The watch excels in the health and fitness sector, as it comes with a heart rate monitor and a 9-axis, including a gyroscope, accelerometer and a compass. Reviewers also note the extraordinarily clear display, which outshines many of its Android competitors.

An important point to keep in mind is that almost every product review available ends with "it's far from a polished device." These watches are new to the market, many without an extensive community of Apps or the years of improvements that have shaped current smartphone technology. With that in mind, early adopters should expect significant improvements in the coming years. 

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