Monday, 13 March 2017

Tested Try 5G networks in China With 20 Gbps Speed


After today there is the latest network, ie 4G. Now reportedly been developed 5G networks in China. The largest mobile operator in China (China Mobile), started testing 5G equipment that will cover more than 100 cities. 5G speed in China allows its users to gain access to the Internet 20 times faster than the speed of 4G.

In addition to getting a super fast connection, latency on the connection 5G smaller claimed. 5G technology is tested using a variety of large antennas to include multiple users and increase capacity to support the use of mobile data.

5G Mobile
Source: jalantikus.com

As a country that has the largest 4G market in the world with 1.3 billion users by the end of 2016, China became the only country that has the potential to create a global standard 5G latest technology. Due to being one of the relatively new technology, 5G require optimization before it is widely used and bulk.

High speed 5G networks can reach 20 Gbps, it is 20 times faster than 4G is only 1 Gbps. Latency, or the time it takes to receive a reply when sending requests for data are also fairly small. Latency 5G expected only 1ms, 10ms compared to 4G.

The International Telecommunications Union that is one part of the United Nations, estimates that the new 5G network can be used widely in 2020 after the 5G network standards set. 5G technology standards new possibilities will be set in 2018, while new users can enjoy the service began in 2019.

Sunday, 12 March 2017

Flying Cars, Congestion Solutions Highway

Flying Car Otonomos Airbus and Italdesign
 with the modular concept. Credit: Italdesign

Airbus' core business makes aircraft, is now targeting urban transport. Quoted from page Deutch Welle, in the automotive exhibition Geneva Motor Show Airbus and Italdesign featuring a flying car concept named Pop.Up to solve traffic congestion in urban areas. Airbus states want to create a new mobility solutions.

The essence of mobility futuristic technology that is currently existing and growing the drones smart and technology "wearable". Pop.Up called can be realized in 2027 brought the concept of modular vehicles, electric berpenggerak and without carbon emissions could avoid congestion in big cities.

His car was in the form of modules, capsules passengers and drive chassis. The capsule is designed to be connected to the giant Dron having a 4 rotor, and passengers were flown to the destination passing through "traffic jam" in urban areas. The concept, flying car bookings, made through the app are connected in a smart system.

"Passengers sit in a capsule, all integrated systems and comfortably drift towards the goal in the city or in the station flight", said Mathias Thomsen, general manager of Airbus Urban Air Mobility. Thomsen guarantee, the technology can be realized between 5 to 10 years into the future.

regulatory constraints

Cars fly Pop.Up-made Airbus exhibited 
at the Geneva Motor Show in 2017 (Photo: CNET). 

Although in terms of the technology is ready, the concept of park and flay still face a variety of obstacles. The largest is the regulatory and infrastructure that allow autonomous passenger vehicles fly in an urban environment is always busy.
Thomsen admits, today almost no infrastructure. "Everyone needs to be held. The plan layout of the city should be adjusted and it takes time," said GM Airbus Urban Air Mobility it.

But from the constraint, Pop.Up can also reap the benefits. Among other things, could draw up a timetable for finalizing technology while cooperating with regulators.

In addition, within the next few years, could encourage cooperation platform technology with diverse industries also developed similar models. "In the future collaboration between aviation and automotive industries will be better and so it was common to create connectivity and synergies," he replied.

Source: liputan6.com

Saturday, 4 March 2017

Android Version of the List is First Made Until Now


Who does not know android, it was not there. Starting from children in elementary school to adults, all walks of life to know what the android. History android starts when the operating system used in this smartphone was introduced 13 years ago to become very popular and growing, not only segmenting users are varied, but in terms of its use is also very varied ranging merely to play the game up with a device supporting commercial than once small to upscale business.

The Android version begins with the release of Android beta in November 2007. The first commercial version, Android 1.0, released in September 2008. Android is developed in a sustainable manner by Google and the Open Handset Alliance (OHA), which has released a number of updates this operating system since the release of the initial version ,
Since April 2009, the Android version was developed under the code name that is named based desserts and sweet snacks. Each version was released in alphabetical order, namely Cupcake (1.5), Donut (1.6), Éclair (2.0-2.1), Froyo (2.2-2.2.3), Gingerbread (2.3-2.3.7), Honeycomb (3.0-3.2 .6), Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0-4.0.4), Jelly Bean (4.1-4.3), KitKat (4.4+), Lollipop (5.0+), Marshmallow (6.0), Nougat (7.0) On August 22, 2016. Google announced that about 1 billion mobile devices worldwide actively using the Android OS. Here's a list of android 2007-present.

List Version of Android


  • Version Release Prakomersial (2007-2008)


- Android 1.1 Alpha
       There are at least two versions of Android released by Google and the OHA before the introduction of the Android beta in November 2007. This version is code-named "Astro Boy", "Bender" and "R2-D2", named after the names of fictional robots. Dan Morrill designed the first Android logo, but the logo green robot mascot Android is designed by Irina Blok. Ryan Gibson, project manager Android, Inc., introduced a naming scheme based on the names of the sweets, which are then applied in all Android versions, starting with Android 1.5 Cupcake in April 2009.

- Android 1.2 Beta
       Android beta released on November 5, 2007, while the software development kit (SDK) was released on 12 November 2007. 5 November later celebrated as "the birthday of Android". The beta version of the Android SDK was released in the following order:
1. 16 November 2007: m3-rc22a
2. December 14, 2007: m3-rc37a
3. February 13, 2008: m5-rc14
4. March 3, 2008: m5-rc15
5. August 18, 2008: 0.9
6. 23 September 2008: 1.0-r1


  • According to the Android version of the API Level

  •         Android 1.0 (API level 1 - 2)
HTC Dream. first android phone
[API 1] Android 1.0, the first commercial version of Android, was released on 23 September 2008. The first Android device is commercially available is the HTC Dream. Android 1.0 has several features, such as camera support, support for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, a web browser and others.
[API 2] On February 9, 2009, the Android 1.1 update was released, initially only for the HTC Dream. Android 1.1 also known as "Petit Four", although this name is not used officially. This version fix some bugs, change the Android API, and adds some features.
  •          Android 1.5 Cupcake (API level 3)
    Android cupcake.
    Source: wikipedia.org

    On 27 April 2009, Android 1.5 was released, using the Linux kernel 2.6.27. Android 1.5 is the third version of Android, developed by Google, a major platform release deployable to Android handsets starting in May 2009. This version is the first release to officially use the code names based on the names of desserts ("Cupcake"), a name which is then used to all versions of the next release. The release includes new features for users and developers, as well as changes in the Android framework APIs. For developers, the Android 1.5 platform is available as a downloadable component for the Android SDK. Android 1.5 includes new features such as an onscreen keyboard danBluetooth support and improvement of existing features such as UI changes to the management of applications and multiple Google applications.
  •          Android 1.6 Donut (API level 4)
    Donut Android emulator running on the handset,
    Source: wikipedia.org
    Android 1.6 "Donut" is an advanced version of open source Android mobile operating system developed by Google. Launched 15 September 2009. Among the more prominent features introduced with this update added support for CDMA smartphone, the extra screen size, battery usage indicator, and machine text-to-speech. After the public release of the official Donut dessert bertemanama codes, conventions used by Google for Android appoint versions- major operators are quick to follow with the roll out to customers in the form of over-the-air (OTA) update for compatible smartphone.
  •          Android 2.0 Eclair (API level 5)

Android 2.1 running on Nexus One.
Source: wikipedia.org
Android 2.0-2.1 "Eclair" is an advanced version of the Android mobile operating system developed by Google. Launching on October 26, 2009, Eclair Android Platform inherits the addition of the Donut release, the ability to search all SMS and MMS messages are stored, improving Google Maps 3.1.2, and Exchange support for email applications. The operating system also provides improved speed of typing on a virtual keyboard, along with a new accessibility, calendars, and virtual network API pribadi.Untuk internet browsing, Android Eclair also adds support for HTML5, fresh UI Browser bookmarks with thumbnails and double-tap zoom.


  •         Android 2.2 – 2.2.3 Froyo (API level 8)

Home screen Android Froyo.
Source: wikipedia.org
    2.2-2.2.3 Android "Froyo" is an advanced version of the Android mobile operating system developed by Google, which includes versions between 2.2 and 2.2.3. [1] It was unveiled on May 20, 2010, during the Google I / O 2010 conference. One of the most important changes in the release of Froyo is USB tethering and Wi-Fi hotspot functionality. Other changes include support for Android Cloud to Device Messaging Service (C2DM), enable push notifications, improved application speed enhancements, implemented through JIT compilation and displayed in applications such as banners, top-of-the-screen. On January 9, 2016 statistics released by Google show that less than 0.1% of all Android devices that access the Google Play running Froyo, effectively means that this version is no longer used.
  •          Android 2.3–2.3.2 Gingerbread (API level 9 - 10)

    Source: ubergizmo.com

    Views Android Gingerbread.
    source: wikipedia.org
    2.3-2.3.7 Android "Gingerbread" is next after froyo version of the Android mobile operating system developed by Google and released in December 2010. The Gingerbread release introduces support for near field communication (NFC) -used in payment solutions and Session Initiation mobile Protocol (SIP) -used in VoIP internet telephony. Gingerbread user interface is enhanced in many ways, making it easier to master, faster to use, and more power-efficient. A simplified color scheme with black background gives clarity and contrast to the notification bar, menus, and other user interface components. Improvements in menus and settings resulting in easier navigation and control systems. Nexus S smartphone, released in 2010, is the first phone from Google's Nexus line running Gingerbread, and also the first of the line with a built-in NFC. Gingerbread uses version 2.6.35 of the Linux kernel. As the 5 September, 2016, statistics released by Google show that 1.5% of all Android devices that access the Google Play running Gingerbread.

  •          Android 3.0 Honeycomb (API level 11 - 13)


    Views Android Honeycomb on running emulator SDK.
    Source: googleplay.com
3.0-3.2.6 Android "Honeycomb" version after Gingerbread android on the Android platform that is designed for devices with larger screen sizes, particularly tablets. Honeycomb with Motorola Xoom debuted in February 2011. In addition to adding new features, Honeycomb introduced a new so-called "holographic" user interface theme and an interaction model that is built on the main features of Android, such as multitasking, notifications and widgets.

  •          Android 4.0–4.0.2 Ice Cream Sandwich (API level 14)
    Source: elandroidliberate.com
on Samsung galaxy nexus.
source: Wikipedia.org
4.0-4.0.4 Android "Ice Cream Sandwich" version is discontinued dariAndroid mobile operating system developed by Google .Diresmikan on October 19, 2011, Android 4.0 builds upon the significant changes made by the tablet-only Honeycomb melepaskanAndroid, in an attempt to create a platform unified for both smartphones and tablets, while simplifying and modernizing the overall Android experience around a new set of human interface guidelines. As part of these efforts, Android 4.0 introduces a new visual appearance with the code name "Holo", which is built around a clean, minimalist design,
Ice Cream Sandwich release also introduces a number of other new features, including the home screen fresh, communication near-field (NFC) support and the ability to "beam" content to other users by using the technology, the web browser is updated, the new contact manager with social networking integration, the ability to access the camera and control the music playback from the lock screen, visual voicemail support, facial recognition for unlocking the device ( "face unlock"), the ability to monitor and restrict the use of mobile data, and other internal improvements.
Android 4.0 received positive reviews by critics, who praised the clean, changed the appearance of the operating system compared to previous versions, along with improved performance and functionality. However, critics still feel that some stock Android 4.0 This application is still lacking in quality and functionality compared with the equivalent of a third party, and are considered some of the new features of the operating system, in particular the "face unlock" feature, as gimmicks.
  •          Android 4.1 - 4.3 Jelly Bean (API level 18)

    source: bedahteknk.com
Jelly Bean on Nexus 4.
Source: wikipedia.org
Google announced Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) in the conference Google I / O on June 27, 2012. Based on Linux kernel 3.0.31, Jelly Bean is an important update that aims to improve the function and performance of the user interface (UI). This update is embodied in the "Project Butter", this improvement included a touch of anticipation, triple buffering, extended vsync time, and increase frame rate to 60 fps to create a more refined UI. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was released to the Android Open Source Project on July 9, 2012. The first devices using this operating system is a tablet Nexus 7, which was released on July 13, 2012.


  •          Android 4.4+ KitKat (API level 19)
    Source: xda-developers.com

Screenshot Android Kitkat .
Source: wikipedia.org
Android 4.4-4.4.4 "KitKat" is the Android version of the mobile operating system developed by Google, which includes versions between 4.4 and 4.4.4. Launches on September 3, 2013, KitKat focused primarily on optimizing the operating system to improve performance in the entry-level device with limited resources. Sebelumnay, Google announced Android 4.4 KitKat (named with the permission of Nestlé and Hershey) on September 3, 2013, with a release date of October 31, 2013. Earlier, the next release after Jelly Bean 5.0 is expected to be numbered and named 'Key Lime Pie'.
  •          Android 5.0 Lollipop (API level 21)
Source: frandroid.com
Screenshot Android Lolipop.
Source: Wikipedia.org
    Android 5.0 was first introduced under the codename "Android L" on June 25, 2014 during a keynote presentation at the developer conference Google I / O. In addition Lollipop, presentations focused on a number of Android platform-oriented and new technology, including Android TV on Android platform auto, wearable on a computing platform Android Wear and Google Fit health tracking platform. Part of the presentation is dedicated to the design language of the new cross-platform referred to as "material design". Expanding on the "card" motif first seen in Google Now, is a design with increased use of grid-based layouts, animations and transitions responsive, padding, and depth effects like lighting and shadows.
  •          Android 6.0+ Marshmallow (API level 23)
      Source: youtube.com
Marshmallow Android (6.0+) introduced a license models redesigned, now there are only eight categories of permits, and applications are no longer automatically granted all their access rights are determined at the time of installation. An opt-in system is now in use, where the user will be asked to give permission or deny individual (such as the ability to access your camera or microphone) for applications when they are needed. Considering grant applications their permission, and they can be customized by the user at any time. The new permission model to be used only by applications compiled for Marshmallow use the software development kit (SDK), while all other applications will continue to use the previous license models. Marshmallow also has new power management scheme called Doze that reduce the activity level background apps when the device determines that it is not being actively addressed by the user, which, according to Google, doubling the battery life of the device. It also introduces the option to reset all network settings, available for the first time on Android, which cleans network-related settings for WI-FI, Bluetooth and cellular connections. Android Marshmallow provide native support for fingerprint recognition, allows the use of fingerprint authentication to unlock the device and the Android Play Store and purchase Pay; API standards are also available to carry out the fingerprint-based authentication in other applications. Android Marshmallow supports USB Type-C, including the ability to instruct the device to charge other devices via USB. Marshmallow also introduced "link verified" that can be configured to open them directly in certain applications without further user instructions. Version of Android APIs provided by Marshmallow is 23. Marshmallow Android Developer tools available at the business level API SDK under "MNC".  
  •          Android 7.0 Nougat (API Level 24 - 25)
source: images.google.com
Home Android 7.1 Nougat.
Source: wikipedia.org

Android 7.0 - 7.1.2 "Nougat" (the code name for the development of Android N) is the seventh major version of the Android operating system. First released as a beta build on March 9, 2016, was officially released on August 22, 2016, with Nexusperangkat be the first to receive the update, although LG V20 is the first new smartphone released by Nougat.
Earlier, On March 9, 2016, ahead of Google I / O developer conference, Google released the first beta version of Android "N" as part of a new "Android Beta Program" is intended for developer testing and the fans before the official release "this summer ". Developer Preview build compatible only when the Google Nexus device; the 5X, 6P, 6, 9, Pixel C, and Nexus Player. "Android Beta Program" introduced allowing testers to opt-in for over-the-air update to the beta version of the new as they are released.
On April 13, 2016 N Android Beta Preview 2 released. Google Android is discussed further "N" for I / O keynote on May 18, 2016, and launched a new virtual reality platform Daydream. Preview Beta 3, the first preview release is considered suitable for testing a wider public beta, released at this time. Google also announced that they will hold a contest to determine the name of the official release of the operating system.
Preview Beta 4 was released on June 15, 2016. On June 30, 2016, Google announced that it will release N Name "Nougat"; It also confirmed that the Nougat will be version 7.0 of Android. Final Beta Preview, 5, was released on July 18, 2016.
Android 7.0 was officially released on August 22, 2016, with the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, 6P Nexus, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, Pixel C and General Mobile 4G as the first device to receive updates.
Post-release updates known as Android 7.1 has been pre-loaded into Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphone was released in October 2016; The new version adds support for Google Daydream Platform VR, keyboard image, expand the emoji support (including a version of the male and female gender of emoji), support for measures that will be displayed in the main screen shortcut menu applications, and other new features. A preview of 7.1 to Nexus that is released through Android Beta Program later this month, and was officially released as Android 7.1.1 on December 5, 2016.
Nougat itself introduces important changes to the operating system and development platform, including the ability to display multiple applications on the screen at once in a split-screen view, support for a reply inline to the notification, as well as OpenJDKberbasis Java environment and support for Vulkan graphics rendering API, and "seamless" updates systems on supported devices.


Perhaps so few Android versions from year to year and a list of the Android version of android version sequence. May be useful.

Thursday, 2 March 2017

What Is Google Web Light?



Everal times lately you may never find pages with an additional prefix googleweblight.com of the original website address, it may be you in a slow connection, so the switch to Googleweblight.

Google is great at developing technologies, continue to reproduce new technologies in the world of the Internet, and almost all of us currently enjoying his work. Web pages can load faster than android phones, even on slow Internet network.

Google has been discussing about Google's plans to help improve the user experience on a slow connection, especially in parts of the world where even 3G speeds are slow, so now available googleweblight.com.

And What is Google weblight? Google Web Light is an internal Google project aimed at tackling internet connections in the country with the problem of internet speeds, such as in Indonesia. Reportedly Google Web Light project which initially commenced in Indonesia, is now being tested in India.

Indonesia and India are two countries with GPRS 2G internet network infrastructure. Google's Web Light Project optimize websites that are accessed using a browser Google Chrome / ASOP through the Google Search. It is simply when a user accesses a web page with Chrome or Android browser. Then in Indonesia or in India are usually slow, now with Google Web Light project, no significance speeds obtained about 80%.

How does Google cope with slow internet when we access a website? Google will transcode (convert) web pages quickly became a version optimized for slower networks, so pages load faster while saving data. These optimized pages retain most relevant content and provide a link for users to view the original page.

That way, the website pages more easily accessible, more diringan when opened. The genius behind the scenes both website designers and HTML coding whiz increasingly easy and continue to develop their creativity so that more and more websites can provide multimedia with the larger size.

According to Google, the page loading speed of the website will 4x faster than the original page. Additionally, you can also more economical than the 80% quota of internet you have. Google even claims could retain 50% of page views and user experience better with a very minimal wait time.

If you want to try to open a website with google weblight, you can unlock it by copy and paste the following address in your browser: http://googleweblight.com/?lite_url=http://[Web-URL] or access googleweblight.info

If you want to see Tech Webz weblight google version, go to the following url: http://googleweblight.com/?lite_url=http://techno-webz.blogspot.com .

Thus this article, may be useful and add to your knowledge! Regards.

Ever wondered what it looked like Wi-Fi? Here are some pictures of WiFi

Have you seen what form the WiFi signal? Must not have been, but almost in every place there is now a Wifi signal crowd, even Wifi was already there in the houses. No Wi-Fi signals around our lives, but we have so far never know what form the Wi-Fi signal, unlike cable internet connection, we can see the wires are connected between computers, but Wi-Fi does not appear.

Researchers from Newcastle University in the UK carry the Touch Research Project to create what they call the Light painting WiFi. The research team revealed smart sensors and a camera to capture the signal As a result, visible light having a pattern looks like a photographic style with a bulb mode. This WiFi project menggunakna long exposure photography in conjunction with RSSI sensor in order to visualize the WiFi signal that has not seen. Creator dub the images generated by the term 'digital ethereal'.

Pictures seen in the photo taken in a studio room open or closed, there will be obvious differences in how the WiFi signal to move and spread out.

Photos taken by the studio showing the WiFi signal could move based object interaction. The color moves from blue to indicate a weak signal, up to a red color indicates a strong signal.

Here are the photos:
Sinyal WiFi saat disekitar manusia

Kumpulan sinyal wifi

Sinyal wifi ditangga

Sinyal WiFi saat disekitar manusia


Wujud sinyal wifi keluar ruangan



hereby. That's WiFi signal some photos taken by the Touch Research Project at the University of Newcastle, which reports on page Pocket-Lint.

This Is the Fact Happened On The Internet In Every Minute

Advancements in technology turned out to cause various facts wonderfully surprising. Modern age where everyone is free to interact on the Internet through various devices are available with varying objectives. Until now, there are about 1 billion mobile devices worldwide actively using the Android OS. It was just an android device, not Windows or Laptop Computer Device.

Turns out it shows the numbers that make us stunned, did you know that there are 5 million videos watched on YouTube every minute, or 293 000 were made on a Facebook status every minute, and 433,000 tweets made on Twitter in a minute. Of course it could be data that can be used to draw conclusions important in your life. Here are a variety of internet data in 1 minute.

Here are a variety of interesting data that happens on the Internet every 60 second, Reporting from blog qmee .

1. 2.66 million searches are conducted on Google

2. 540 videos created in the Vines

3. 5 million videos watched on Youtube

4. 293 000 status made posted to Facebook

5. 88,000 calls made on Skype

6. 1,100 photos uploaded to Flickr

7. 433,000 new tweets made on Twitter

8. 277,000 more new snaps on Snapchat

9. 25,000 items sold on Amazon

10. 120 people signed up on LinkedIn

11. 3,400 Pins made on Pinterest

12. 67,000 photos uploaded to Instagram

13. 138 800 million emails sent, including spam

14. 4,700,000 posts created on Tumblr

15. 16,600 transactions conducted at Walmart

16. 571 new website created

17. The over 1,800 new posts created in WordPress

18. 15,000 songs downloaded on iTunes

19. 70 registers a new domain

20. The 14 songs on the input to Spotify

The following images are infografisnya. quoted from an infographic in qmee blog.


That's the facts about the Internet in the sixty second. Thus, thanks.

Do You Know Li-Fi Substitute Wi-Fi Network?


Now many who have been using WiFi. In the future there will be a technology called LiFi. Did You Know About LiFi? LiFi is nirkebel A new technology has been developed, where the technology can provide a faster connection than WiFi available today, (like 4G is faster than 3G). Lifi uses LED light to emit signals.

The technology has been tested by an Estonian startup named Vermenni. Testing to date was conducted in his office. LiFi has proven capable of sending data at speeds of up to 1 GBps, or about 100 times faster than Wi-Fi connection available today. With that kind of speed, the HD-quality movies and even video games can be downloaded in seconds. LiFi using Visible Light Communication (VLC), data is sent between networks with LED lights that blink very fast.

sumber : prolinkedmag.com
This technology has a major limitation, because the technology is highly dependent on the light can not penetrate walls.
jaringan lifi
sumber: scienalert.com

However, this makes the network more secure. Speed ​​increased dramatically this makes a huge improvement on existing technologies for multiple applications at once. Professor Harald Haas of the University of Edinburgh is a technology pioneer LiFi since 2011, but this is the first time LiFi used in real life, usually only used in his lab alone. Deepak Solanki, CEO Vermenni, told the International Business Times that this technology can be marketed to consumers in three or four years into the future (2011/2015).

due to limitations LiFi, it most likely will run in parallel with existing technologies to improve the speed and efficiency jaraingan. However, if the infrastructure is adequate, LiFi they can be more widely used, especially when used with our light bulb, said Professor Haas at the 2011 TED Talk.

As Haas said, "What we need to do is adjust a small microchip to every potential illumination device and will then combine two basic functions: illumination and wireless data transmission".

"In the future we will not only have 14 billion light bulbs, but we probably will have 14 billion LiFis are deployed throughout the world to be cleaner, greener, or even a brighter future"

Thereby. may be useful to you.