Locate lost laptops

Control your own laptop remotely, lock and optionally erase data so it doesnt fall in the wrong hands. Trace its exact location when stolen.

Monitor phone activities of your spouse SMS and voice logs

Use the phone GPS to locate your family members accurately real-time. Monitor all SMS, voice calls, etc.

Better than anti-virus

Lock your system drive and disable any virus infection from USB or CD drive.

How productive are your employees. Watch your kids.

Are your employees stealing your corporate files? Are your kids chatting instead of studying online?

Website design and hosting

Get the most economical and affordable website design, development and hosting. Cloud back-up for your personal and corporate files anywhere you go.

Have your commercial or personal videos, MP3, and documents embedded with copy-protection mechanism disabling piracy via USB or CD/DVD copying. Works in any computer-based application.

Technology now can help you determine if your spouse had recent sex with another

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Software Science



Tethering refers to connecting one device to another. In the context of mobile phones or Internet tablets, tethering allows sharing the Internet connection of the phone or tablet with other devices such as laptops. Connection of the phone or tablet with other devices can be done over wireless LAN (Wi-Fi), over Bluetooth or by physical connection using a cable, for example through USB. If tethering is done over Wi-Fi, the feature may be branded as a Hotspot.

The Internet-connected mobile device can thus act as a portable wireless access point and router for devices connected to it. Many mobile phones are equipped with software to offer tethered Internet access. Windows Mobile 6.5, Windows Phone 7, Android (starting from version 2.2), and iOS 3.0 (or later) offer tethering over a Bluetooth PAN or a USB connection. Tethering over Wi-Fi, also known as Personal Hotspot, is available on iOS starting with iOS 4.2.5 (or later) on iPhone 4, 4S, 5, iPad (3rd generation), certain Windows Mobile 6.5 devices like the HTC HD2, Windows Phone 7 devices (varies by manufacturer and model), and certain Android phones (varies widely depending on carrier, manufacturer, and software version).
For IPv4 networks, the tethering normally works via NAT on the handset’s existing data connection, so from the network point-of-view, there is just one device with a single IPv4 network address, though it is technically possible to attempt to identify multiple machines.

On some networks, this feature is only contractually available by paying to add a tethering package to a data plan or choosing a data plan that includes tethering. This is done primarily because with a computer sharing the network connection, there may well be a substantial increase in the customer’s mobile data use, for which the network may not have budgeted in their network design and pricing structures. Some network-provided handsets have carrier-specific software that may deny the inbuilt tethering ability normally available on the handset, or only enable it if the subscriber pays an additional fee.

Some operators have asked Google or any mobile producer using Android to completely remove tethering support from the operating system on certain handsets. Handsets purchased SIM-free, without a network provider subsidy are often unhindered with regards to tethering. There are, however, several ways to enable tethering on affected devices without paying for it, including rooting Android devices or jailbreaking iOS devices and installing a tethering application on the device. Tethering is also available as a downloadable third-party application on most Symbian mobile phones as well as on the MeeGo platform and on WebOS mobiles phones


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Depending on the wireless carrier, a user’s phone may have restricted functionality. While tethering may be allowed at no extra cost, some carriers impose a one-time charge to enable tethering and others forbid tethering or impose added data charges. Contracts that advertise “unlimited” data usage often have limits


USB modems now are about to be replaced by the built-in features of smart phones’ tethering and hotspots via WI-FI.


Tether is an application that just runs directly on your smartphone. This means you can access the internet anywhere, just like you could with an air card. Even if you’re stuck in the middle of no where with no available wifi hotspots, Tether will work through your cell phone’s data plan.

Tether has been used on carriers all over the world. You can travel country to country without worrying how to set it up depending on the new carrier network you may be roaming on.

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