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BSNL SIM card electronics gets damaged due to NTRO’s high tech torture

Usually a SIM card will last for decades, unless it is broken or a similar problem is faced.
For example, most people are using their mobile SIM for more than a decade
However NTRO is ruthless in using the BSNL SIM card for tracking the domain investor , engineer who identity they have stolen to enjoy free SEX, get bribes , raw/cbi jobs for their girlfriends
The SIM card was used for radiation torture, causing microwave burns, so it was getting heated repeatedly, since very high power radiation was being generated
So in less than 3 years, the BSNL SIM card stopped working mainly because of high radiation levels, and a new replacement sim card had to be obtained
There was no physical damage to the SIM card,the BSNL employee confirmed that it was damaged mainly because of overheating, which may have damaged the tracks.

6 Trends in Mobile App Development to Look Out For.

6 Trends in Mobile App Development to Look Out For.

As though businesses adopting mobile app development isn’t a trend enough, now we need to know about trends within that trend itself? What next? Will there be trends within the trends that are within that trend? Will it ever tr-end? We can’t say for sure, but what we can say is that that’s definitely the IT industry for you!

To put it simply, things are extremely fast-paced when it comes to the IT world, and by fast we really mean that the moment you think you have already caught up on all there is to know about the latest technologies is the moment you couldn’t possibly be any more wrong. Not one company, business or individual is ever on top of the game when it comes to the IT industry except the IT industry itself. Those who have been “perceived as being on top” are really those who have successfully leveraged two or more emerging trends to their business idea. A trend will only remain a trend if it is not effectively applied to your business idea. With that being said, let’s dive right into the 6 trends in mobile app development now, shall we?

1.The need for cloud technology is sky-high

In case it wasn’t obvious enough as a pun, cloud technology is becoming something of the norm now. To say the least, think of cloud technology as a USB drive, but you don’t have to constantly click ‘safely remove storage device’ before unplugging it from your laptop, or have a mini heart attack whenever you have forgotten to do so. Everyday services such as Google Drive, One Drive and Dropbox are merely scratching the surface of cloud technology, and given how they are already inexpensive, convenient and fast to use as well as simple to deploy, can you imagine the prospects of more advanced and powerful cloud and data syncing technologies? Sends chills down our spine just thinking about it. The adoption of cloud computing services is an essential part of the digital transformation process for businesses, and cloud is definitely a better option when it comes to handling mountains of data and processes that come with mobile app development, especially when user information is involved. 

2. On-demand services, a growing market

Here’s a market that may potentially never die off given its economically feasible nature.Give the people what they want only when they want it! On-demand services can range from entertainment providers such as Netflix and HBO NOW to ride-sharing apps like Uber. There’s no doubt that there seems to be a rising pattern in the on-demand market, which also extends itself past economy sharing, as all these stem from a common seed called convenience. For all we know, the future of economy sharing and on-demand services can well expand beyond Netflix and Uber and to potential prospects for laundry, haircuts tutors etc. As economy sharing and on-demand services continue to dominate the general market, more and more mobile applications are needed to connect and bridge users with such businesses, allowing users to make transactions through these mobile apps, choose their preferred services etc.

3. The 3 Ms: mobile wallets, micro-transactions and m-commerce

Given how e-commerce is a flourishing market thanks to the likes of online retailing websites such as Amazon, it’s no surprise that similar practices can be expected to be adopted, if they haven’t already, into mobile apps. As smartphones equipped with features such as NFC tags and fingerprint recognition can now function as a ‘mobile wallet’ and be used to pay for transactions, sooner or later society itself can go cashless, and this will see a rise in many turning towards mobile apps that can support these payment transactions features. Micro-transactions and in-app purchasing in, for example, mobile games have proven themselves to be a cash-cow for many developers, it won’t surprising to see businesses adopting this practice in their own applications. It doesn’t just stop there, many banks have developed mobile banking apps for their customers so that customers can easily sign into their bank accounts with a simple touch of their fingerprint and complete banking transactions almost instantaneously and conveniently. 

4. To IoT, or not to IoT?

From smart homes that alert you when there has been a break in to smart thermostats that automatically adjust the temperature in the room based on your previous preferences and depending on the state of the current weather, IoT-driven technology is proving itself more and more beneficial over the years, at least until the day these technologies decide to pull a ‘terminator’ on us. In all seriousness, even with artificial intelligence, machine learning and neural-network drive decision making governing IoT technologies, we still need to be able to control the IoT environment. The booming of IoT technologies also warrants a booming in mobile apps needed to remotely monitor, administer, control and have their data synced with said IoT technologies, allowing for a more personalised user experience as well as to integrate the tools at our disposal.    

5. All eyes will be on mobile app security

Of course, with all the benefits that come with these features and trends also naturally welcomes the relevant risks, especially when it comes to issues concerning cyber and mobile app security.A rise in the use of IT devices in our everyday lives is nothing more but a window of opportunity for potential hackers, especially since all our everyday information has been integrated into a single device (one device contains your email address, password, pin number etc.), allowing hackers to easily fish for the relevant credentials needed to gain unauthorised access without much effort. That being said, the field of cyber security will definitely play a profound role in the development of mobile applications, with the future of biometric-integrated security systems does appear prominent on the horizon, given that fingerprint security gradually being overtaken by features such as facial ID recognition.  

6. High usability and quality UI/UX designs will be needed

User interface and user experience design is most often the most underestimated but extremely crucial aspect of mobile applications. Aside from just looking pretty, having a nice look and feel and overall satisfying aesthetic purposes, what users really look for is the convenience of navigating through an app and going about its processes with ease via an intuitive interface. Users do expect mobile apps to provide relevant content and information which have been tailored to their likes and dislikes. With the increase in the use of mobile apps, while also considering the consequent security risks at hand, also brings in a demand for more UI/UX designers and for more research into building user interfaces that have high usability while not compromising the security measures needed to strengthen a mobile app security. For example, every time a user logs into their mobile banking app they need to input a one-time password when accessing their accounts. While this is a strong security measure for the benefit of the user, users might find the process unnecessarily troublesome. 

Wrapping it all up

Even with all these trends (as well as the countless more to come), it’s important to not pressure yourself into staying on top of all of them. The most important thing to do is to not focus so much on just following these trends, but rather focus on how to leverage these trends to transform your business or your idea. For all you know, you could have come up with something totally original and new! Be a trend-setter! 

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All physical traces of Khashoggi killing removed, however electronic data and proof remains due to incompetence of those involved

The indian government is openly involved in identity theft of experienced engineers with a good JEE rank, however the fact remains that they have skills, experience which few have especially the google, tata supplied goan PROSTITUTE RAW/cbi employees goan bhandari sunaina chodan, siddhi who have no skillls other than offering sex services to government employees.

The killing of the killing of Saudi Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi is widely considered a perfect murder in some ways, the killers left Turkey for saudi arabia, within 12 hours of the killing for Saudi Arabia, so that the Turkish government could not take any action. The body was also allegedly dissolved in acid, to leave no trace.

However like most citizens, they did not understand technology and its limitations well enough. their incomplete understanding of technology, electronic gadgets , software Iwatch, Skype ensured that the whole world had detailed logs, audio recordings dand information about one of the most widely covered grisly state killings in the last decade . the cia director Gina Haspel visited Turkey to personally listen to the evidence available

“Bring me the head of the dog” Khashoggi killing ordered on Skype
One of the problems in giving great powers to young people, is that they are often fairly rash, and take decisions without thinking of the consequences.
For example the killing of Saudi Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi was allegedly ordered on Skype, with the message “Bring me the head of the dog” acccording to media sources worldwide

However it appears that the killers and their boss were not aware of the fact that Skype is a very insecure method of communication.
The voice call was allegedly retrieved from the servers, and the Turkish agencies allegedly have got a copy of the voice call . So though young people are aware of the latest technologies they are not aware of the loopholes of the technology ,like leaving digital footprints which can be used at a later date.

The killers were extremely professional in ensuring that everyone left the Saudi embassy within 12 hours of the killing for Saudi Arabia, so that the Turkish government could not take any action. The body was also allegedly dissolved in acid, to leave no trace. However their incomplete understanding of technology, electronic gadgets , software Iwatch, Skype ensured that the whole world had detailed logs, audio recordings dand information about one of the most widely covered killings in the last decade