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AnyTrans by iMobie promises to be the only cloud management solution that you will ever need, but what is it exactly that they are offering which makes it so great? Or is it all just marketing? Let's find out in this overview of the AnyTrans cloud management software.


Easier and Faster Cloud Migration



Just like the name suggests, AnyTrans allows its users to transfer files from one cloud storage service to another seamlessly and without having to go through multiple time-consuming steps. You can move everything at once or just the files you need; it's all up to you because AnyTrans allows both options at high speeds.


Faster Upload Speed and Reduced Download Times



AnyTrans automatically makes the user's download and upload operations faster with the help of multithread technology, even when downloading or uploading in bulk. The software achieves this by maximizing the available bandwidth on your internet connection and this remains effective even when you are using multiple cloud drives at once for your download and upload operations.


Manage All Your Cloud Accounts from One Place



Even the most basic cloud users at least have two to three accounts spread out over multiple services such as Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive to name a few. Now, it often becomes challenging to manage all your data since each service requires a different login id to access your account on their site. AnyTrans is the perfect solution here because once you link your accounts with the software, you won't have to log in separately into each service again. It will act as the central hub for all your cloud storage services.


Secure Sharing



While all cloud storage options offer sharing services, what makes AnyTrans perfect is the fact that you can use it to share any file you like from any of the linked cloud storage accounts, without having to log in and go through each interfaces separately. Sharing options include social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google+, or just link sharing via email or supported instant messengers. An important part of the service that AnyTrans offers is whether you are accessing, storing, downloading or sharing data from the software, everything remains private and only accessible to you.


The bottom line is that if you are someone who uses multiple cloud storage services, you are definitely going to be more productive with AnyTrans by iMobie because it makes managing everything simpler. The software is available for both Windows and macOS for download, so do try out the pre-release version. You can even access it from any web browser on any mobile phone, tablet or computer.



After a lot of speculations, leaks and rumors, the Galaxy J5 & J7 2017 are finally out as Samsung made it official yesterday. We have had enough of the rumors, but now it\'s time to take a look at the actual internals.


Display


J5 has a 5.2-inch 720p display, while the J7 has a 5.5-inch 1080p screen as expected. The good news is that both of them are AMOLED panels.


SoC and RAM


Both devices share the same Exyno 7870 14nm chips with Mali-T830 MP2 GPU. The J5 2017 only has 2GB of RAM though, but the J7 2017 has a more respectable 3 gigs of RAM.


Camera


The 13-mp rear camera sensor with f/1.9 aperture is common to both devices but the J7 also has a 13-mp front camera with flash, unlike the J5, which is stuck with a plain 5-mp shooter without any flash aid.


Battery and Price


A healthy 3,600mAh battery will be powering the J7, while the J5 will have to settle with a smaller 3,000mAh cell instead. The price difference between the two devices is basically of £60, so you would probably be much better off opting for the Galaxy J7 2017 for £340 ($440 approximately) than the Galaxy J5 2017 for £280 ($360 approximately).


Other than these, the J7 will come with USB Type-C while the J5 will be sporting the aged but more accessible micro-USB. Fingerprint scanner will be present in the usual place on both devices; i.e. just under the Home button.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)





Google released the Android N build all of a sudden last night. For the first time in Google's history developer preview edition has been released this early. The reasoning behind this is to get feedback early and release it to the OEMs in order to the help them build their flavor quickly.


Right now this build is compatible with the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Nexus 9, and Pixel C. Given below are some of the salient features:


Better notifications


There will be quick shortcuts once the notifications shade is pulled down. After pulling it down, users will be able to the toggles and see a paginated grid. This essentially means there will be another page for the toggles which are not used often.


One more nice feature is the ability to reply to messages right from the notifications screen. This is something iOS does and it can be very convenient. Implementation of this feature will be the developers call but it is expected that the popular IM apps will take advantage of this new RemoteInput notifications API.



Split-screen multitasking


The split-screen multitasking can be used by pressing the overview button and dragging one of the windows to the top of the display to attach it there. Then another app can be selected in work in the rest of the screen. Another way to do this is to swipe up from the overview key to select the app to work on the half the screen and select another app for the rest.


Improved Doze and Project Svelte


Doze mode can now put hold on the background activities when the display is switched off, irrespective of whether the device is active or not. Added advantage is that there will be saving of battery charge. Now Project Svelte is in a better state and minimizes background activity by getting rid of the three default broadcasts.


Improved Settings app


The settings app will show the description of the items and there will be introduction a new option for data saving. The improved night mode will make the screen warmer for better readability.

 



The TSA approved eGeeTouch travel lock is a handy piece of gadget that promises to keep your luggage safe during travels, without you ever needing to memorize complex combinations. Let's now take a closer look and find out if it really is better than the traditional padlock or combination lock.


Easier Unlocking


After using it for a few days one has to appreciate the ease of unlocking the eGeeTouch padlock without the need to dial in security combinations every time you need to open the bag. It can simply be unlocked with a single tap from the right eGeeTouch NFC tag. Alternately, you can unlock it with your smartphone (Both Apple iOS and the Google Android OS are supported), as long as you are in Bluetooth or NFC range.

Enhanced Security

The Intelligent Encryption technology used by eGeeTouch makes sure that no other NFC device can be used to unlock your luggage. It uses unique code generation (out of a 100 million possible combinations!) each time you lock it. Just in case the NFC tag or the smartphone itself is lost, the user can use the eGeeTouch app to log in and remove the tag or the registered smartphone from the approved list.


TSA Compliance


The eGeeTouch is TSA compliant, which means that the TSA authorized airport personnel will be able to open and check your luggage with their master key if required, without having to break open and destroy the lock in the process.


Other Features


Some other highlights of the eGeeTouch travel lock are as follows.

·        Over 3,000 open and lock cycles that should last well over 2 years on just a couple of LR44 batteries

·        Color LED indicators to show open/locked status

·        Battery compartment cannot be accessed while it's locked, therefore enhancing security


The eGeeTouch padlock is a fine example of technology making its way into every aspect of our lives and it's quite a good one. Made for the convenience of everyone and not just the techies, the travel lock is completely foolproof and can be used by anyone. All in all, it is indeed a better and more convenient alternative to the traditional combination locks we usually use on our luggage.


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