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Galaxy S5 Specification, Featuring 64 bit processor and 2K Screen

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Samasung Galaxy S5 is most anticipated smartphone and its going to launch at 23 February 2014.

Brilliant specification is coming with Samsung Galaxy S5.

2k Super  AMOLED Screen Breaking The 550PPI mark13 MP or 16 MP ISocell camera with 4k Video ResolutionRugged body with Metal Frame 64 Bit ARM v8 Processor ( Android First Smartphone comes with 64 bit processor)Fingerprint sensor Android KitKat UIConnectivity LTE-A which offers upto 150 Mbps.3500 mAh batteryDual Band Gigabit WI-FI acWifi - DirectDLNAAndroid BeamS-BeamNFCBluetooth 4.0IR BlasterGlonass A-GPSMicro USB 3.02k Super  AMOLED Screen Breaking The 550PPI mark



13 MP or 16 MP ISocell camera with 4k Video Resolution



Rugged body with Metal Frame

Samsung Galaxy S5 Featuring Finger Print

Samsung Galaxy S5 Featuring 64bit Processor



Samsung Galaxy S5 Featuring 150Mbps



Samsung Galaxy S5 Android Kitkat



Price Range : 40k to 45k Indian Rupees

Sources :   http://webtrickz.com/samsung-galaxy-s5-featuring-64-bit-processor-2k-screen-new-ui-coming-on-2…

Ubuntu Vs Windows Vs Mac : Which Is More Secure

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Which operating system is best in security , whether it is an Ubuntu 12.04 or Windows 8 or Mac OS X for the following categories,

VPN (Virtual Private Network)Disk EncryptionAuthentication Platform IntegrityApplication white listingSecure BootApplication Sand boxingMalicious Code DetectionPrevention SecurityPolicy EnforcementDevice Update PolicyEvent Collection for Enterprise AnalysisExternal Interface ProtectionIncident Response

The Communication-Electronics Security Group (CESG) is the UK National Technical Authority for information assurance and they've done a series of test to find out the best operating system in security matter and they have found the best operating system that passed out most of the test is Ubuntu 12.04 when compare to Windows 8 and Mac OS X.



Ubuntu is free open source software operating system that is available for desktop, servers and mobiles. Ubuntu supported by Canonical.