Convert Star (********) Password to Text Password

February 10, 2024 | Admin | 0 comments

We know that whenever we type a password in any login form throughout the websites, we press character keys but what we see on the form’s field is just ‘*’ or a big dot. Those websites which we frequently access through login, most of us use the ‘save password’ feature of the browser. So when we access that particular website for the next time, the saved password appears automatically. Then when we frequently go on using the saved password, sometimes we forget the saved password and worry to have it back. If you have faced such a situation, here is the solution.

Every web browsers have option to view the passwords but it is sort of hidden so you may not


Security Issues for Internet of Things Developer

August 1, 2014 | Terri Blake | 0 comments

Major security breaches make big headlines, and systems security is becoming increasingly important every day in the Internet of Things. I’m pleased to welcome Jeff Marek, Director of Engineering, Application-Ready Platforms at Intel, who has spent the better part of the last 20 years creating business and technology solutions that work in the real world—check out Jeff’s informative and realistic post below and let me know what you think. ~ Terri Blake

Alongside the technical marvels and business innovation made possible by the Internet of Things (IoT), significant investments are being made that show just how valuable the IoT marketplace can be. Earlier this year, Google bought Nest for a whopping $3.2 billion; and given that enormous investment, it’s clear that the “home”


Atmel Microcontroller Selector

July 15, 2014 | Siddiq Ansari | 0 comments

For any electronics engineer or hobbyist, it you want to find out your required microcontroller from ATMEL, now ATMEL has made it easy. Atmel Coroporation, a leading microcontroller manufacturer has developed a new application as Atmel MCU selector within its web portal to easy search the microcontrollers. Anyone who want to find out his/her requirement of microcontroller with specific parameters, this application makes easy to find from the pool of microcontrollers. There are 26 parameters available to choose. They are:

  • Flash (Kbytes)
  • Pin Count
  • Max. Operating Frequency (MHz)
  • CPU
  • SRAM (Kbytes)
  • EEPROM (bytes)
  • Max I/O Pins
  • Pico Power
  • Operating voltage (Vcc)
  • Temp Range (Deg C)
  • # of Touch Channels
  • Timers
  • Watchdog
  • 32KHz CRT
  • Analog Comparators
  • Temperature Sensors
  • ADC Resolution (bits)
  • ADC Channels
  • DAC Channels
  • UART
  • SPI
  • TWI (I2C)
  • USB Interface
  • PWM Channels
  • Ethernet
  • CAN

On the basis of selection made to these parameters, results are shown.


Charging Electric Vehicle is fast and economic

April 30, 2013 | Anonymous | 0 comments

Researchers at Chalmers have developed a unique integrated motor drive and battery charger for electric vehicles. Compared to today's electric vehicle chargers, they have managed to shorten the charging time from eight to two hours, and to reduce the cost by around $2,000.

Saeid Haghbin, doctor of electric power engineering, undertook his doctoral studies in order to develop the optimal electric vehicle charger. The result is a novel high-power integrated motor drive and battery charger for vehicle applications, where a new power transfer method has been introduced involving what is known as a rotating transformer.

"The ideal scenario would be to have a charger powerful enough to charge a car in five to ten minutes, but this would cost over $100,000, which is more


Scientists reveal new 2D material for next generation high-speed electronics

January 5, 2013 | Anonymous | 0 comments

Scientists at CSIRO and RMIT University have produced a new two-dimensional material that could revolutionise the electronics market, making "nano" more than just a marketing term. 

The material – made up of layers of crystal known as molybdenum oxides – has unique properties that encourage the free flow of electrons at ultra-high speeds. In a paper published in the January issue of materials science journal Advanced Materials, the researchers explain how they adapted a revolutionary material known as graphene to create a new conductive nano-material. Graphene was created in 2004 by scientists in the UK and won its inventors a Nobel Prize in 2010. While graphene supports high speed electrons, its physical properties prevent it from being used for high-speed electronics.


STROKE IDENTIFICATION : You can save someone's life

November 12, 2012 | Anonymous | 0 comments

You can Save someone's life by sharing this. Please Share If You Care For Others STROKE: Remember The 1st Three Letters... S.T..R ...My friend sent this to me ...and encouraged me to post it and spread the word. I agree. If everyone can remember something this simple, we could save some folks. ...STROKE IDENTIFICATION:During a party, a friend stumbled and took a little fall - she assured everyone that she was fine and just tripped over a brick because of her new shoes. (they offered to call ambulance)They got her cleaned up and got her a new plate of food - while she appeared a bit shaken up, Ingrid went about enjoying herself the rest of the evening. Ingrid's husband called later


An artificial substitute of missing finger

November 8, 2012 | Anonymous | 0 comments

This post is meant to outline the overall design and function of the prosthetic mechanisms so far developed by Richard Van As of South Africa in combination with Ivan Owen of the United States. All of the information and designcontained in this write-up is open and available to the public to be used freely.The intended application of the mechanical designs described below is to provide increased functionality to the hands of individuals who are missing all or portions of their digits. This increased functionality is achieved via the application these core elements:

  • Formed rigid or semi-rigid material in combination with flexible materials worn on the remaining potion of the hands and fingers to provide a base with which to mount the artificial digits
  • Lever arms and


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