Although the manual travel system still exists, people prefer a quick and integrated approach to managing hassles without going to the ticket counter manually.The bus booking system is one of the digital travel platforms that allows travelers to travel together easily and in a stress-free way to a place where almost every service of a person provides internet and the travel the method will work the same for as easy as possible.The bus booking system has already gained people’s trust and it is not too far away when everyone will use an online ticketing system instead of standing in line to reach the ticket counter.But why do people nowadays prefer online bus reservation system to a manual system?Let's find out the top reasons –1.This allows you to buy tickets without going to the bus counter, so you can easily buy tickets for any weather from anywhere with a little help from the internet.Let's not forget, you don't have to wait for your turn.
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Start the clock on those patches – they'll be coming any day, week, month soon DEF CON  In July, the makers of millions of smartphones powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon system-on-chips received mitigation recommendations to address a bevy of security flaws in their products, all introduced by Qualcomm's technology.…
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Is Yellowstone on Netflix? No, but you can stream episodes of the popular drama series on the new Peacock streaming service.
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macOS 11 Big Sur's public beta is here, bringing some radical design changes inspired by iOS and iPadOS. And, it reminds me of Microsoft and how it messed up Windows 8 back in the day.
There's no word on when Google and phone makers will incorporate fix from Qualcomm.
Stuck on a math problem? Need help with test prep? These five tutoring services can get you back on track.
That's for the T-Mobile version, and you might be able to score a trade-in discount as well.
The Polestar 2 is the first electric car from Volvo's spinoff brand. The hatchback boasts dual-motor all-wheel drive and an Android-based infotainment system.
Do you need a small, cheap way to improve your life? These are the affordable pick-me-ups that we can't live without.
The much-anticipated new version of Sony's top noise-canceling headphone has finally arrived, and it makes small improvements to an already top-notch product.
Does the Pixel 4a pack enough processing power to keep up with budget Android rivals like the OnePlus Nord or Poco F2 Pro?
Just like AirDrop on Apple devices, you're now able to send almost anything to your contacts close by.
Realme recently announced two of their new budget smartphones namely the Realme C11 and the Realme C15. It seems that the brand is on a ... The post Realme C12 with 3GB RAM, Helio G35 and Android 10 Pops-up on GeekBench appeared first on Gizchina.com.
The SimExams (CBT) Computer Based Test software works in conjunction with the author module.The author module enables inputting the required questions and answers by the author(s) and the exam engine allows a candidate to take the test.Important features of the Exam Engine software:Exam mode — Simulates the actual exam environment in which the candidate needs to answer.Learn mode — Provides an interactive learning environment where candidates can go through each question and view flashcards and correct answers for each question.Review mode — At the end of every exam (learn/exam) mode you can save results for that exam for future viewing.In review mode, you can view saved exams with answers selected by the candidate along with the correct answers and detailed explanations for each question.Day/Night modes): Exam screen display setting can be changed between Day Mode (black text on white background) and Night Mode (white text on a black background) to help you read according to your convenience.Intuitive navigationSupports different question types like multiple choice with single/multiple answers, Text/Image-based drag-n-drop answers.Configurable exam options: It is possible to configure several of the exam options including the following:a.Number of questions in the exam (or quiz): The total number of questions that should be available in each Examb.Random or sequential: The instructor can select if questions present in the DB should be presented to the candidate in sequential or random order.Exam Time: The instructor can set the Time allowed to the candidate for completing the examd.
Microsoft is preparing to release an unusual foldable smartphone Surface Duo. Unlike solutions from Huawei and Samsung, the display here is not single and seamless, ... The post Microsoft Surface Duo appears in new press photos appeared first on Gizchina.com.
Crashing Facebook app mid in the video or whenever you try to perform any important things on it always irritates you.But it is a very common issue like other apps that you may confront whenever you use your Facebook account.There can be varied reasons behind the Facebook app crashing issue and it is almost impossible to say about the exact reason for such kinds of problems.There are many users who will be thinking about why Facebook app keeps crashing and then find the possible ways to fix this issue which is very easy to resolve in multiple ways.In this article, you will be learned about the step by step process to resolve the Facebook app crashing issues in a very simple manner.Why My Facebook App Keeps Crashing?Due to improper internet connectivity.Using the outdated Facebook app version.Unwanted app caches and cookies.Lower storage or space in your device.Using the older version of OS.Due to any Facebook outage.How to Stop Facebook App from Crashing?There are too many ways that can help your Facebook app from crashing and you can follow the below instructions to resolve it:The text above is a summary, you can read full article here
SmuleSmule is a karaoke app that can be used to join a global karaoke party for free; you can sing any song from its catalog and share it with people worldwide.It is available for Android and iOS as well.Heads Up!This is a fantastic game; you have to hold your phone in front of your forehead and guess the word written on the app.Your team member will read the word and try to explain it by acting, but you are not supposed to see the word.You have to observe the actions and speak the word.If you are right, your team will get plus points.PictionaryPictionary is a board game that allows you to play a solo as well as a 2v2 multiplayer mode that will enable you to participate in real-time challenges.You can play this game even in foreign languages, and it also allows you to share your achievement.Draw Something ClassicIt is a free drawing game where you can play with your friends and draw amazing doodles.
Losing Google services was bad, but this is potentially devastating hit for the Shenzhen giant.
Netflix has always been one of the most favorite and commonly used streaming platforms among its users all over the world.It has a vast amount of original content that it offers to watch to its users.There are millions of users of this excellent streaming platform that provides you with a fantastic streaming experience.Yes, now, Android users can watch their favorite movies and shows at a faster or slower speed.This way, you can now control the playback speed of any content on Netflix.However, right now, this feature has reached only to the Android devices, but, I guess, that iOS device owners might have to wait for some time.And with this new functionality, it seems that their wish has come true.
Thanks to smartphones, which have made it easy to scan documents in high quality.Of course, along with a good camera, you are going to need some good scanner apps installed on your phone.If you are using Adobe Scan, then you can scan your notes, forms, receipts, images, or any other important printed document, and convert them to PDF files if needed just by pointing your camera on the document.You can also record the pages and edit their colors or clean the stains.The in-built OCR is going to help you in reusing your scanned content.You can use this feature on Google Drive by finding the “+” icon on the app, which will reveal new options including the option of scanning your documents.
Are you thinking of buying the new Google Pixel 4a or iPhone SE?If yes, then this article is for you because today, we are going to review both Google Pixel 4a and iPhone SE and see which device is more superior than the other.Price If we talk about the cost of both the devices, then Google 4a defeats the iPhone SE.So, if you don’t want to spend lots of money, then you should buy Google Pixel 4a.DesignGoogle Pixel 4a is quite similar to its predecessor Google Pixel 4.The phone has a 5.8-inch display and a hole-punch camera.Besides this, it has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and a 3.5mm jack.Processor and UIGoogle Pixel 4a comes with a 6 GB RAM, 128 GB internal storage, and runs on Android 10 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor, whereas iPhone SE is available in 3 different variants (64 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB) and runs on iOS 13 and A13 Bionic Chipset.CameraGoogle Pixel 4a features a 12.2 MP primary camera (with a wide-angle lens) and an 8 MP selfie camera.
Plus: Microsoft to dump support for Cortana on iOS, Android phones In brief  Your Google Home speaker may have been quietly recording sounds around your house without your permission or authorization, it was revealed this week.…
We have become habitual of using our smartphones to get done with important things in our home and offices both.You have got plenty of options available on your phone to draft documents, create spreadsheets and presentations.In this article, we are going to look at some brilliantly designed office apps, available for your android smartphone which is going to make your office work easier and accessible anytime, anywhere on your phone.It offers you the full suite of office apps which include a word processor, a spreadsheet function, and presentation apps along with some powerful processors and editors.It has almost all the basic features of a good office suite which will let you process your word files, edit your spreadsheets and presentation.Paid version comes with some more excellent features like unlocking password-locked files, and you can load or save files with cloud storage.
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It's the heart of summer in much of the US, and families are thinking about loading up kids, pets, and gear for road trips. I've selected four family-friendly SUVs, at four price points, that are excellent road-trip chariots.  I've also thrown in a high-performance SUV and an all-electric SUV, for those looking for something different. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's road trip season, and given the constraints that the coronavirus pandemic has imposed on family travel this summer in the US, a lot of folks are thinking about getting behind the wheel rather than aboard a plane or cruise ship. Over the past few years, I've tested numerous SUVs, so I thought a roundup of three-row, seven-passenger choices at different price points, from budget to costly, would be helpful. I settled on SUVs from Mazda, Subaru, and Kia — and I threw in a high-performance ute from Porsche (lacking a third row) and an all-electric option from Tesla (with a third row). These SUVs each combine versatility, decent fuel economy, and cargo space to make for excellent family-hauling. They also all have all-wheel-drive, which isn't entirely necessary in the summertime, but comes in handy at other times to the year. Read on to see what these road-tripping SUV can offer:FOLLOW US: On Facebook for more car and transportation content! THE BUDGET CHOICE: The Mazda CX-9. $34,000 base, $45,000 as-tested. Read the review. The Mazda CX-9 is the family road-trip mobile I most often recommend. The price is right, it seats seven, and I haven't heard many complaints about the third generation of the SUV, rolled out in 2016. The interior on the CX-9 I tested was semi-premium — a real treat at this price-point. I had but one complaint when I drove the CX-9 for a week. The Skyactiv-G 2.5-liter, four-cylinder turbocharged engine cranks out only 250 horsepower, less than what you'd get in a competing vehicle with a V6. Fuel economy is decent, at 23 mpg city/highway combined. Cargo capacity was fine, however, at about 15 cubic feet. As with many three-row crossovers, using the third row greatly diminishes what you can haul — to manage five passengers, I used just one of the third-row seats, which increased the cargo hold to around 30 cubic feet. Mazda's infotainment system lags the industry, but it does cover all the expected bases: Bluetooth connectivity, USB ports, and GPS navigation. THE MIDDLE OF THE PACK CONTENDER: The Subaru Ascent. $32,000 base, $46,000 as-tested. Read the review. The Ascent is Subaru's first crack at a mid-size SUV since the ill-fated Tribeca. We were impressed by the Ascent's comfortable cabin, bountiful safety features, solid driving dynamics, and turbocharged engine. The interior of our top-spec Touring model really impressed. The cabin is traditional Subaru — very conservative but effective and easy to use. Ergonomics are terrific, with no oddly placed buttons or knobs to report. Seating for third-row passengers is cozy, but the second row is fine. With the third row folded, cargo capacity is 47 cubic feet. With the third row in use, it's 18 cubic feet. Power for the Ascent comes from a 2.4-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The "flat" or "boxer" turbo-four produces 260 horsepower. Combined with all-wheel-drive, the powertrain gives up a bit on the MPGs, which are under 30 in combined city/highway driving. The center stack is dominated by a high-definition touchscreen running the latest variant of Subaru's Starlink infotainment system. It does everything well, from GPS navigation to device integration. THE NEAR-LUXURY FAMILY HAULER: The Kia Telluride. $32,000 base, $47,000 as-tested. Read the review. The Kia Telluride impressed me at all levels and represents fantastic value for the SUV segment. The Telluride's interior isn't luxurious, but it isn't mass-market. For most consumers, it's pure Goldilocks: Just right. The Telluride does three rows as well as I've seen in an SUV. And even the back row deployed, it offers an impressive 21 cubic feet of cargo space. Fuel economy from the 291-horsepower V6 is also pretty decent, if not remarkable: 21 mpg in city/highway combined. Kia is selling what I consider one of the top infotainment systems on the market. The 10-inch central touchscreen is nearly perfect, and the use of old-school buttons, knobs, and switches is welcome. THE MONEY-IS-NO-OBJECT OPTION: The Audi Q7. $55,000 base, $76,000 as-tested. The Audi Q7 is a solid choice in the luxury SUV market. I recently tested a 2020 model of the vehicle, now in its second generation. The Q7's interior is a study in tasteful minimalism. My tester was all-black, with piano-black surfaces and a modest amount of wood trim. Power came from a 3.0-liter, turbocharged V6, making 335 horsepower (a smaller four-cylinder offers 248 horsepower). My V6 served up 18 mpg, in city/highway combined. With all three rows in action, you have only about 14 cubic feet of cargo space to work with. Drop the third row, and that rises to 30 cubic feet. Audi has one of the best infotainment systems in the industry. The central screen provides access to faultless GPS navigation, easy Bluetooth pairing, and effortless device integration. My tester also had the "Virtual Cockpit" feature, which can transfer some features to the instrument cluster. THE GO-FAST ALTERNATIVE: The Porsche Cayenne GTS. $107,000 base, $167,000 as-tested. Read the review. The Cayenne GTS is a very special set of wheels: expensive, but with the sort of prizefighter punch that rewards spirited driving. Plus, the ability to haul enough luggage for a weekend on the road — just not one involving a family of five. Porsche interiors aren't overtly luxurious, nor are they supposed to be. But the Cayenne GTS's has something else going for it: sporty touches. AND for my test vehicle, a rear-seat entertainment system, powered by Android. The Cayenne GTS rocks a 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V8 engine, making 453 horsepower. The motor is thirsty and not yet EPA-rated for fuel economy. But I think I was under 20 mpg on average. With the back seats in use, there are 27 cubic feet to work with; drop the back seats and that increases to 60 cubic feet. Porsche's infotainment system is quite good, although not quite the best. It's outdone by Audi (Porsche's VW Group stablemate). But the system checks all the right boxes, from Bluetooth pairing to USB device connectivity to GPS navigation. There's also wireless charging. IF YOU WANT TO GO ELECTRIC: The Tesla Model X. $80,000 base, approximately $150,000 as-tested. I actually took the Model X on a 700-mile family road trip. Its interior was more or less roomy enough for five people. Read all about the road trip. But only more or less. The third row is quite compact. Even with one third-row seat in use, cargo capacity was fantastic, and we had backup from the front trunk. The Model X I tested had roughly 300 miles of range, but Tesla has improved that to 350 miles, for what it calls the "Long Range Plus" trim level. One does have to deal with recharging times when road-tripping in Tesla. Even Supercharger-enabled fast charging could consume 30-45 minutes. Tesla's technology is fairly incredible. The large central touchscreen controls everything from navigation (which can optimize charging times, based on routes) to audio to Tesla's Autopilot semi-self-driving system.
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 If you are using an Android device and you love to listen to music then you have got plenty of options to listen to your favorite songs on different apps.It has got more than 30 million songs for you to choose from and also 24/7 live radio available.The monthly subscription of this feature-rich app costs $9.99-$14.99 per month.This application has got more than 43 million songs in it and offers all the basic features of music streaming apps such as playlists, radio stations, and recommendations.This app is available on many platforms and you can listen to its content in your car as well.It is loaded with some amazing radio stations and lets you skip tracks.
Looking for a food delivery clone app like zomato?Then you are in the right place, Synarion IT Solutions, one of the best leading food delivery app development company.Serve your customers in a modern and advanced way, with simple one-click on their smart devices such as Android and iPhone.To save your time and cost we offer a clone script of zomato to you, which can be integrated into the system, it has all the basic features which food delivery websites should have.Along with this, we offer you the food delivery service which is fully customized as per your requirements and based on Whitelabel food delivery solution. 
The Asus ROG Phone 3 is built for gaming and its performance simply blew us away.
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