DynamicDNS App is the Store for your Home Servers


Hey, here is a nice tool just hit the Store. Got a server at home and you ISP assigns you dynamic IP? Don’t fret, with this tool you can make sure you External IP address is always associated with a name that is fixed. If you have a need to always reach your home server when you are on the road, this is the app you’re looking for. It can update your Dynamic IP to popular DDNS services like NOIP and DYN. Here is the Dev’s description from the Store:


Dynamic DNS or DDNS is a method of updating, in real time, a Domain Name System (DNS) to point to a changing IP address on the Internet. This is used to provide a persistent domain name for a resource that may change location on the network. (from Wikipedia)
Dynamic DNS allow you to monitor and update your DNS hosts.
*** This first version is free and no limited ***

Support for multiple providers like Dyn, No-IP and DNSdynamic
Automatic sync in background


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The Dev specifically mentioned this first version is free of charge, which means you’d better get it now before the next update which will make the app possibly paid. Download now via the source link below.

Source: Windows Store

Ping for Windows 8 is in the Store


Another great app that deserve a mention in this blog is Ping. A networking tool that most of us will find useful in our toolbox. The app afford you the opportunity to keep an eye on the performance of your Servers and Hosts. You can see their average availability in simple graphical form. Jujuba, the software vendor says they made actual TCP/IP connection to the hosts instead of the usual ICMP that is being blocked these days. I guess I’ll let Jujuba quote their own words:




Ping lets you test TCP/IP connection quality between your computer and servers both on local network and the Internet. Rather than using ICMP that is blocked by many firewalls, Jujuba Software Ping actually establishes TCP/IP connection and exchanges data with the server to measure packet loss percentage and round-trip time accurate to 0.01 milliseconds. Ping works great on both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. It allows you to ping several hosts at the same time and displays data in highly visual and intuitive manner.

This is another gem for your toolbox, and what’s more, it is Free as the air, so go get it via this link: http://apps.microsoft.com/webpdp/app/b7e08c6b-7f41-4644-9b0e-787e3152b17d

Power to the Fools! – When Fanboys Rule

The Internet is truly a wondrous place. A societal phenomena where the physical rule of nature breaks down, and the impossible seems to be the order of the day. The Internet is truly liberating, but it also corrupts absolutely. No wonder some people have decided to cut the umbilical cords to the Internet and shun it completely. The beauty of Internet is also its utmost curse. Reality has lost is value, the Internet has ushered in a tenure of pseudo-intellectuality. It has given every fool on the planet a voice. The result is chaos and debauchery. In which everyone lives for himself. The rule of society doesn’t hold anymore. Internet has become the place in which the tail wags the dog, in which people who can’t solve simple quadratic equations thinks they know everything about technology and hide no bias in spreading their gospel.

What prompt me to write this piece is the post from TechCrunch today bashing Microsoft. In which a nobody called john biggs thinks he is the alpha and omega to tell Microsoft how to run its company. It’s a complete reflection of a similar post from Vanity Fair in which an equally peanut-brained buffoon was bashing Ballmer as if his live depends on it. I have always had a nonchalant attitude towards these idiots that call themselves tech-journalists, but this one really breaks the camel’s back. The fact that you have millions of people reading your post doesn’t mean you are entitled to abuse such a power. You’ve got a responsibility to the society. The post is inflammatory and completely obnoxious. I wonder if there is any head with brains at all remaining at TechCrunch to allow such a garbage to be posted. Is this all to get page views, or does TechCrunch really believe in that post themselves. Is TechCrunch really that desperate? It is obvious the idiot doesn’t have a clue what he was talking about. To call C# a dud was what sealed it for me.

I don’t know what agenda these so call journalists have, but from these incessant bashing of Microsoft, it is clear there is a concerted effort on the part of these idiots to see to the demise of Microsoft. The question is should Microsoft just sit down and take this bullshit from these yuppies. Who is john biggs? A nobody that hasn’t run anything a company, not to talk of a multi-billion dollar company. He is probably living in his mum’s basement somewhere, not having a clue about life. What give these kind of people the authority to bash people in established positions? Look Ballmer is not my best friend, but lets give respect where respect is due. This guy has seen Microsoft increase its value since 2000. The figures speak for him. So what is the point? There is nothing Ballmer will do that will please these idiots except blow an artery in his head maybe. And all this started with Steve Jobs’ switcher ads, in which a company is allowed to defame another company. His goons obviously have picked up the art and perfected it. So much thanks to you Mr. Jobs for making the world a worst place than you found it. You have created an age in which mutual respect has gone the way of the dodo’s. In which its no more possible to have intelligent conversations with people because they don’t have the same point of view with you.

Somebody has to call these people to their responsibility. They are feuding the hatred and causing a lot of societal damage. Look, I know most of them have got vested interest in competing platforms. They are pushing their own stock by cutting down anything that oppose their capital security. But that is not what journalism is all about. It is not to report your emotion and bias, but to report fact. These so-called journalists have turned from fact-reporters to Opinion-shapers. They are tools in the hand of puppet-masters tuning people’s head and shaping popular opinion for self-gain. It is time someone called them to their responsibility. The law should force journalists to expose their Stock portfolio and declare their vested interests. Also, there is something in Law called defamation of character. Should MS just accept these people damaging its company’s brand. Shouldn’t MS take them to court for defamation of character? We all know Apple doesn’t take this kind nonsense lightly, if TechCrunch writes something like this about Apple they would have heard from their lawyers, sent a take-down notice. MS should wake up from this stupid slumber and stop accepting these yuppies damaging its brand. In this age brand is everything, if you don’t value your brand, maybe then your are not worthy of it. Hopefully, we will see an active management of bad press from people who are not worthy to tie Ballmer’s shoes laces.

[Sorry for the bad language. I am really pissed by this nonsense on the net lately.]

The Radio Has Competition?

The 8tracks Slogan.

The history of anything is important, even technology, and innovations are always overthrown. The radio has seen it’s fair share of competition, and now it has even more. A new app for Android, iOS, PC and Mac called 8tracks is trying to get up there, and proclaims itself as “the best internet radio.” You may ask why it’s so much different than any other radio stations, or the radio itself? Well think like this, why do we listen to the radio?

The 8tacks icon.

The radio gives us great music, but we can get that on sites like Youtube or Vevo, why should we switch to 8tracks when their are so many great music sites. Well see in sites like youtube you have to search the specific song, not really anything new, but in 8tracks you search genre and there are plenty of user-made mixes, for example you may stumble upon a Dubstep mix, and it will play a dubstep song one after another, and you just might find a new song to add to your personal list of favorites. That’s what the radio did for us, but it was contaminated with numerous ads in between songs, and unnecessary pauses. In 8tracks there is none of that, you make an account and go, it’s as simple as that. Another thing is that you can save a mix onto your phone, or iPod and you won’t need internet connection later on to go through that mix on the streets or alone at some party with nothing better to do.

The community is already huge, and is growing at a very rapid pace, why not join it. Oh, and one thing I forgot to mention is that it’s all free, making a mix is free, listening is free, and downloading is free! The developers of 8tracks can keep this because I am pretty sure they have made a deal with big music companies, to make money 8tracks won’t let you skip more than 3 songs per hour. It’s a small drawback but it adds a more “radio effect” to the app, and allows to keep everything running.

This app is rising to the top, and soon maybe another must-have app on your computer, or device, like Angry Birds.  Oh and the very best thing, it’s all free. Go check it out, it’s a unique idea, and is worth the few seconds to sign up and listen to some of your favorite genres of music.

The opinions in this article are solely those of Mughda Khondker.


Apple’s Mac App Store Reaches 100 Million Downloads! One Billion iOS Apps Downloaded A Month

Mac App StoreApple Inc. released a press detailing that over 100 million apps from its Mac App Store has been downloaded in less than one year! The Mac App Store is Apple’s attempt to bring the very successful App Store experiences for iOS devices to the Mac. The Mac App Store doesn’t include iOS apps, but users can discover and install Mac Applications in just one click.

Apple also announced that the iOS App Store hosts over 500,000 apps, with over a billion apps downloaded per month! “App Store, which now has more than 500,000 apps and where customers have downloaded more than 18 billion apps and continue to download more than 1 billion apps per month.”

As with the iOS App Store, the Mac App Store makes it very easy and safe for customers to find applications that they may find helpful and fun. The store ensures that applications are functional, has good quality, and is free from malware. Finally, the store also make installing the application easier than it had ever been on the mac.

The Mac App Store is not the first app store experience for the desktop. Ubuntu offered this experience with the “Ubuntu Software Center” on many Linux-based Operating Systems. However, Apple’s App Store has proven to be the most popular to date. Microsoft is also working to implement an App Store experience in the next version of Windows.

Will We Use Cloud Storage To Host Our Primary Data In The Future?

Storage In The Cloud

We are in a world that was beyond imaginable just a few decades ago. By providing access to global information, to people all aroundCloud-Storage the world, and to a vast number of multimedia, the internet has gained grounds to becoming an integral part of our life. But consuming content isn’t what the internet is all about.

The internet has proven to be a valuable means for us to store our own data. This is often referred to as storing data in the cloud. The cloud is basically a fancy name for the internet. As CNN puts it, “the cloud is just a fancy term for all the computers — other than your own — that are connected to the internet.

Companies like Amazon and Google maintain huge networks of computers that are stored, row after row, in secret warehouses all over the world. These machines hold data that computer users don’t want to store on their own hard drives. Think about all the photos you have on Facebook; any documents you’ve stored with a service like Dropbox or Mozy; or all of your Web-based e-mail. Those files are stored somewhere out in the cloud instead of on a personal laptop.” (Sutter)

As the internet becomes more prevalent in our lives, and as portability becomes more important, storing our data in the cloud becomes more convenient and reliable. As such, in a future not too far from now, our primary means of storage will be in the cloud.

Mobile Convenience

flash_driveBefore looking at why our primary storage method will favor the cloud, it is important to take a look at where we stand, at the time of this writing, in regards to how we store data. In the 1990’s, people didn’t see the need to carry gigabytes of data in their pockets; but now, this is a common reality. We have reached a point where we want to have access to our data from anywhere, not just in a static desktop machine at our office desk.

Andrew Kantor, technology writer of USA Today, notes, “being able to carry a ton of information in a two-ounce package is…a necessity. We’re not only a more mobile society, but we’re also an almost entirely information-driven one. Data are everything — names, addresses, documents, images, music, video — and we feel the need to take it with us.”

“Being able to carry a ton of information in a two-ounce package is…a necessity.” 

So it is not surprising that having access to our personal and professional data is important, and that’s why many are carrying portable storage devices like USB flash drive and smartphones storing documents, music, and movies. However, storing data in these portable devices have its downfalls as well.

The biggest headache is the scattering of data. People storing data in multiple devices, portable or not, fall in the situation of having some data in one device and some other data in another device. Sometimes, it is difficult to remember where a particular data is stored. What’s worse is that data are not easily synced across devices. For example, one may have a Word document on two devices; however, if he/she updates the document in one device, that document isn’t updated in the other device.

Another problem with portable devices is that it has to be carried around. If one, for example, forgets to bring his/her USB flash drive containing essential data to work, that person does not have access to that data. Storing data in the cloud solves these issues, making it a much more convenient experience.

Cloud Storage You Can Access

It is, therefore, no wonder that cloud storage has gained such popularity. Companies like Dropbox are making storing data in the dropboxcloud as seamless and convenient as possible. PC Magazine author Edward Mendelson explains what the primary purpose of Dropbox. “Dropbox stores synchronized files in the cloud so they’re available at any machine on which you’ve installed Dropbox. You can also reach your files through a Web interface from any Internet-connected system.”

Essentially, Dropbox does what a portable storage device does. It gives the user access to his/her files from any computer using simply a web interface. However, unlike the portable devices, users do not have to carry anything around when using Dropbox.

Another plus for Dropbox is that it syncs the same data to the devices that the user specifies, as long as the devices have an internet connection. Thus, one can have his/her data stored on his/her personal devices as well as having that data available through the internet. And when that person makes changes to a document in one device, that document is updated across all his/her devices. This clearly resolves the syncing problem that portable devices created.

Mendelson also mentions that Dropbox takes the extra step to preserve earlier versions of the users’ data. This means the users does not have to do this manually, as he/she might have had to do if relying solely on portable storage devices. This makes it really easy for someone to undo errors, and all the processing for preserving these earlier versions happens in the background, in the cloud.

Dropbox also lets users sync the same data on their mobile phones, as stated on their own website (“Can I access”). Dropbox is not the only service around. Other competitors, like Microsoft Skydrive, and Box.net offer similar services to the users. Services like these offer gigabytes of storage absolutely free for the users, with paid options for additional storage space.

Benefits & Convenience

With all the benefits of online storage, it is not hard to see where the world is heading. People are storing more of their data in the cloud, and companies are investing more on companies offering cloud storage (Kopytoff). According to The New York Times, 60 percent of adults with internet access have at least two devices that can connect to the internet.

60 percent of adults with internet access have at least two devices that can connect to the internet.


As such, services offering cloud storage is seeing a boom in the number of users. For example, Dropbox has 25 million users uploading 300 million files a day! Box.net has six million users while another service, called Mozy now has three million (Kopytoff). This increase in the number of users is not coincidence as online storage has clear benefits over just using portable storage devices. It is only logical to assume that these numbers will go higher in the near future.

Privacy In The Cloud?

With all these benefits, where does cloud storage stand when it comes to privacy? While sites can get hacked and data can be stolen, this is nothing new. One can more likely loss his/her flash drive, say, by accidentally dropping it on the street. Another possibility is that an unprotected PC may be hacked and the data stored on that PC can be stolen. Stolen data is a possible risk when storing data anywhere, not just the cloud.

A possible way to secure data is to encrypt it. According to dictionary.com, encrypting data means “to cipher or encode” it. Encrypted data is essentially scrambled data that cannot be unscrambled without a password, which the owner of the data creates. Thus, only those with the correct password can access it. So, encrypted data stored in the cloud, or a personal device is very unlikely to get hacked because those who steal that data can’t read it.

Cloud storage is very popular for it convenience. It can be accessed from anywhere and from any device. It also stays synced, so the user does not have to worry about what version of their document they are using.

Finally, as internet connectivity improves and more people have access to the cloud, it only makes sense to store one’s primary data in the cloud for easy and efficient access. In the ever-changing world of technology, cloud storage might very well be an integral part of our lives in the near future.



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Nintendo 3DS update & eShop go Live!

After abit of a delay and confusion, the first major update for the Nintendo 3DS is now live and ready to be downloaded. When you turn on your 3DS you will get a prompt and a notification. You can download via the notification.After abit of delay, Nintendo have pushed out their update for the 3DS and made the eShop Live.

Below is the following additions to the 3DS via the update. Also everyone will be treated with a free download of the ’3D Classic’ Excitebike for limited time until July 7th. You can also pick up Pokédex 3D for free too.

-Nintendo eShop

-Internet Browser

-Transfer functionality to move DSiWare from DSi/DSi XL to the Nintendo 3DS System

-Automatic System Updates

-Improved stability and overall performance of the overall system

It is nice to note the features but also some players have been having issues with Ridge Racer after the new update. If you are having these issues, do not fret. They are known by Nintendo and will be addressed in an upcoming Update.

When the update had installed on my 3DS I straight away went to check out the new web browser and to my surprise nothing was really new, just a new UI (which is kinda ok). The only new thing I found was HTML 5 support. Let’s just hope Nintendo add more support for web video playback and other stuff out there in the near future.

After checking out the web browser I went and explored the eShop. You can download you previous DSi Ware Software with ease and see whats out in store for the 3DS and watch game trailers.. In addition Nintendo have added Virtual console to the Shop, which alot of us have been waiting for them to add. Super Mario Land, Tennis and Allyway are the first 3 to be added to the games you can get. Hopefully Nintendo will make the 3DS virtual console page like the Wii one, which the different consoles and game company’s to browse through.

That most of what I can talk about as the rest of the update was Improved stability and performance. I will be bring you and review of Excitebike and Pokédex 3D later this week.

With the Nintendo 3DS update out the way, all we need now is to see what Nintendo has for us later today a E3. I know I’m exited, are you?

Twitter Provides Tweets via. Phone for Egyptians

We have just received word via. Twitter that Google has reported that Twitter has launched a service for their users in Egypt to send Twitter messages and “tweets” by dialing a phone number. Another way to rebel against the blockage of Internet in Egypt. This was announced about 30 minutes ago.

Google also released this statement from their blog earlier this afternoon:

“Like many people we’ve been glued to the news unfolding in Egypt and thinking of what we could do to help people on the ground. Over the weekend we came up with the idea of a speak-to-tweet service—the ability for anyone to tweet using just a voice connection.

We worked with a small team of engineers from Twitter, Google and SayNow, a company we acquired last week, to make this idea a reality. It’s already live and anyone can tweet by simply leaving a voicemail on one of these international phone numbers (+16504194196 or +390662207294 or +97316199855) and the service will instantly tweet the message using the hashtag #egypt. No Internet connection is required. People can listen to the messages by dialing the same phone numbers or going to twitter.com/speak2tweet.

We hope that this will go some way to helping people in Egypt stay connected at this very difficult time. Our thoughts are with everyone there.”

Internet Access: Yours, Mine & Egypt’s

Nation in crisis! Egypt has attempted to block all Internet connections, coming both in and out of their nation. Well guess what everyone? That is still impossible, but I do give credit to Egypt for trying. I understand there has been all of this talk about how the USA could do the same but they can’t.

Egypt’s attempt to do so has failed to an extent also, seeing how you cannot shut off satellite Internet. So, what did Egypt do? Egypt’s government has what is called a “hub” it is like a gate between you and the actual Internet. Yes, they closed it but you can’t do that to everyone and like I said earlier, there is still satellite Internet.

Let me give you a little bit of information on this controversy. The Internet used to be ran off of what some refer to as “the Internet backbone.” The government had it and it pretty much managed all the Internet activity in the USA, but that was when it was first invented. Welcome to the new Internet! The Internet is now running off of individual servers. With that being said, every person in the nation would have to literally turn off their servers to get the Internet to actual shut down. So all of these images in your mind of the president of the United States sitting in his oval office flipping the Internet on/off button just see what it does, can be erased. Final thoughts are these:

  • Egypt has somewhat failed at shutting down the Internet.
  • There is still satellite Internet in Egypt.
  • You would have to turn off your Internet (literally) -or- your Internet Service Providers would have to be shut down to have the Internet to even become close to “off.”
  • There is satellite Internet in the USA too, so don’t worry.

RockMelt – Your Google Chrome. Re-Imagined.

For an internet browser, I’ve always been using firefox. I’ve tried switching to other things like chrome or Opera, but Firefox is just always the best. A few nights ago, my friend sent me something about a new browser called RockMelt. The message was clearly pre-written by the program, so it must have been an invite sent through the browser. My friend’s pretty smart, so I trusted him and downloaded the browser.

RockMeltLogoRockMelt: Sometimes we like to pretend we’re our own browser, but we’re really just google chrome.

RockMelt is chrome. Same tabs, same download bar thing that pops up out the bottom, and same incredible speed (except downloads. Those are slow.) The only difference is that it has two bars on the sides. On the left, you have all your facebook friends that are online. You can click on their icons to start facebook chat or see their status, or you can click your own picture on top and update your status, change your chat status (online, offline), or log out. On the left, there’s a button you can use to send RockMelt invites (you get three, and you can only send them to facebook friends.) Below that is the facebook icon, and a number. The number is how many updates are on your news feed, and you can click that you see them all. Below that is your notifications, below that is twiiter, and below that is an icon you can use to add your own icons to the bar on the right.

RockMeltSidebarsBecause little bars on the sides make everything better! *cough*except downloads*cough*

The bottom line is that RockMelt has great speed (because it’s chrome.) but the download speeds could be better (because it’s chrome.) The parts that actually make RockMelt it’s own browser, the bars on the sides, are great. If you’re one of those people that has a facebook tab open in the background, find a friend who can give you an invite. And yes, I wrote this on RockMelt.

Tech Trek I: Starting Paths

Image used from Assail’s Weblog

Let’s step back in time for a bit… but before we do, my name is christhecoolboy, I am a new blog writer for TechTronica… I hope to be writing blogs and be part of this site for a long time… Ok, stepping back in time? What do I mean by that? Well, for a start, we cant actually go back through time, but I wanna make some of the older people remember parts of the past about technology and make some of the younger members learn about technologies past and where it could go, this will be in many parts, This is the “Tech Trek” series, and this is episode 1, called ‘Starting Paths’

This first story looks about the starting of things like domestic computers and parts of the making of the internet, the series will start on a ground which I think all these members know about, computers! well, firstly… the RAM or memory wasn’t very good, people used casettes or Floppy discs that could easily break or fail to load for some other reason…  The IBM 5100 was an early computer, released September 1978, ok… let’s read those specs… 16 KB minimum, 64 KB maximum, and yes that is Kylobyes, tiny screen, keyboard and casette reader, no mouse! everything was DOS and BASIC! minimum price $8975, maximum price $19,975

WOAH!!! thats a lot of money for a computer… so we know how computer, now whats a BBS? I’ll tell you… It’s a Bulletin Board System… the idea is someone made a program in Basic… that connects via a modem, then they code in all this stuff like downloads and chat and a forum like things and you have to register, it’s like a website of yesteryear, then this person sells his program on a floppy disk, then when people use that program they can sign up and talk to other people…

This can be very popular, but very few BBS’s still exsist… they were taken over by the internet, when Windows 95 came out in 1995, it got really easy for people to get on the internet that was created a few years before, and it even looked even better… so like 80% of the people who were on the BBS’s moved over to the internet… and the owners, named sysops, died out, so not that many people kept running BBS’s

Well, Thats it… the end of the first Tech Trek episode, I hope you like it, I will be back with another episode soon… Thanks for viewing this post and feel free to comment on this post, I always love to have suggestions as well… Bye :-)

Is There An Internet2 Coming Out In the Near Future?

Map of the Internet
Map of the Internet

Internet2? You heard right folks. An internet2 is coming out. You may ask, what is wrong with the one we’re using now? Many things, but things do not seem as they appear. If you hadn’t noticed now, the internet has been slowing up and websites take longer to load as well as downloads. The more users and websites you have, the more bandwidth is taken up and thus slows networks down.

What is currently happening?

The United States government and various colleges and universities are currently working on internet 2. It has been said it will be ready within 2 years.

Why Internet2? Why now ?

The original internet,as I stated earlier has now become older and slower and the time (sadly) has come for a change. The internet 2 offers faster, well, everything. Downloads, web page load times, you name it. It has it. Now that more advanced technology exists, now is a better time than ever to start the transition.

What to expect?

The size of the internet will be dramatically decreased compared to the internet we use now. Many internet corporations such as AOL, Time Warner,Verizon, etc. will make it so that a certain websites will take a long time to load or unaccessible all together. Why, do say? Simple. The greater amount of bandwidth is being saved for large company websites and those who will have to pay internet taxes. I didn’t mention that? Yes you will now be taxed on the internet almost anything you do online will be taxed, especially shopping online. So almost all small unimportant websites and online shopping as well as other things and even our very lives will be affected by internet 2.

Will this affect you?

In all probability, yes it will. There is no hiding or escaping it. All servers and networks will be transfered over to internet 2 as soon as the word is given.

Why will this happen?

It’s all about control. The internet will be controlled and extremely secure. Whatever doesn’t belong on the internet will not be seen on the internet. Nothing else left to say about it.

What will be the official name of the new internet ?

The name will be Internet2. There is a possibility of a different name down the line.

Do you want to know more?

For more information look at the source section below. If you find something interesting, please share here in a comment on the blog or email us at inquiry@techtronica.net.

(This post was written by Joe Landor and based on research conducted by him. The contents of this post do not reflect the stance and/or opinions of  Techtronica)