Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Who will Win World Cup 2018?



The World Cup 2018 is in full swing and some of the best players in world football are gracing the stage in Russia.
With 32 teams taking part it can be difficult to predict a winner, but some teams are inevitably better equipped than others when it comes to personnel. However, at every major tournament there is always room for a dark horse to upset the established order.



As of today, let's review the score. Despite failing to win their opening game against Switzerland, Brazil remain the favourites to lift the trophy according to dabblebetHowever, the reigning champions Germany have taken a hit following their shock defeat to Mexico in their opening match. Cristiano Ronaldo's first World Cup hat-trick helped Portugal to a 3-3 draw with Spain. Though Iceland record their first-ever World Cup point after coming from behind at the Otkrytie Arena, Lionel Messi missed a second-half penalty as Iceland secured a famous 1-1 draw with Argentina.

So many unexpected things happened. Which team do you think will win the World Cup 2018? If you successfully predict the result, you will get a 100 days free license for Epubor software. This campaign will end on June 30, 2018. Come on and leave the comment below.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Why Choose Epubor Ultimate?

Amazon Forbid Australian to Buy Digital Content on Amazon.com


On May 31, 2018, Amazon announced that they will no longer allow Australians to buy digital content through Amazon.com and are forcing everyone to use the dedicated Australian page. Hundreds of thousands of customers will lose access to their ebooks on July 1st because Amazon does not allow customers to transfer Kindle purchases from one country to another.

Amazon no longer allowing Australian shoppers to buy digital content through its main Amazon.com website will be a serious blow to people who purchased ebooks legitimately. The Kindle platform is only attached to a specific account with one of its websites. If you have accounts through both Amazon.com and Amazon.au, you can only register an app or a Kindle through one account. This means you have to choose one store or another. If you purchase 50 books from the Amazon.com, you will only be able to read those books and will not be able to buy new ones. If you want to start doing business with the Australian Kindle store, you won’t be able to read any of your past purchases anymore.

So now it is very necessary for you to back up your purchased kindle books, then you can read your kindle books anywhere you want. First of all, you need to remove DRM from kindle books to gain full control of your purchased books. So next I am going to introduce you the most powerful Amazon Kindle DRM Removal—Epubor Ultimate to decrypt your purchased Kindle books.

Step 1, download Epubor Ultimate to your computer.
Step 2, download Kindle books to your computer with Kindle for PC/Mac.
Tip: Epubor Ultimate can also automatically detect your books downloaded by Kindle device.
Step 3, run Epubor Ultimate, add your Kindle book to the right main window to remove DRM. The books will be decrypted immediately as soon as you add it to the main window(Batch decryption is supported).
Kindle books downloaded via Kindle for PC/Mac will be saved as azw format and displayed under Kindle Tab in the left sidebar. See image below:


While Kindle books downloaded via Kindle devices will be saved as KFX format and displayed under Kindle Device Tab in the left sidebar. See image below:

Tip: Epubor Ultimate can automatically detect your downloaded books without adding books manually.

Epubor Ultimate is the must-have Amazon DRM Removal for you to get rid of Amazon Kindle DRM and back up all of your purchased books.


Wednesday, June 6, 2018

B&N will No Longer Support 1st Gen Nooks from June 29

Barnes and Noble has started sending out emails to customers informing them that because of advancements in their eReader technology, they are unable to continue to support the 1st Gen NOOK from June 29.

So from June 29, 2018, 1st Gen NOOK users will not be able to purchase new content, register with a BN.com account, or sign in using a NOOK account on your NOOK 1st Edition. However, you will still be able to access your existing library, or download new content, by using our NOOK Reading Apps for iOS, Android, or Windows, on mobile and tablet devices, as well as any of our other NOOK devices.

Without no doubt, this unexpected news has caused great inconvenience to the 1st Gen NOOK users. Maybe someone needs to buy a new Nook eReader which allows them to use their Nook account or buy books. Fortunately for you, there’s a great tool for you to back up your purchased Nook books to your computer. So next I’m go to tell you how to back up your Nook books with Epubor Ultimate.  
     Step 1. Download Epubor Ultimate software to your computer.
     Step 2Run Epubor Ultimate, click the Setting button>>Nook to input your Nook account and password.



1   Step 3. Register Nook for PC or Nook Study to download Nook books to your computer. And you’ll see the downloaded Nook books are displayed under Nook column in the left sidebar.

2   Step 4. Add the Nook books to the right main window to remove DRM.

     Note: If you also need to convert the decrypted Nook books’ format, you can choose the output format Mobi/AZW3/Epub/PDF/TXT and hit the conversion button.

     Epubor Ultimate is the most powerful eBook DRM Removal and eBook Converter. Anyway, with Epubor Ultimate, you will never lose your Nook books any more.


Monday, May 28, 2018

What’s the General Data Protection Regulation(GDPR)?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which has came into force from 25th of May 2018 is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union and the European Economic Area. It also addresses the export of personal data outside the European Union and European Economic Area. The GDPR aims primarily to give control to citizens and residents over their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU.
What is GDPR compliance?
GDPR establishes a set of compliance and security processes around managing personally identifiable information so that it is not misused.
Data breaches inevitably happen. Information gets stolen or otherwise released into the hands of people who have malicious intent. However, under the terms of GDPR, not only will organizations have to ensure that personal data is gathered, but those who collect and manage it will be obliged to protect it from misuse - or face penalties for not doing so.
What is a GDPR breach notification?
Organizations will be obliged to report any breaches which are likely to result in a risk to the rights of individuals and lead to discrimination, damage to reputation, financial loss, or any other economic or social disadvantage. This will need to be done via a breach notification, which must be delivered directly to the victims. It must be a one-to-one correspondence with those affected.

GDPR is built upon trust in order to make Europe fit for the digital age. With solid common standards for data protection, people can be sure they are in control of their personal information.

Friday, May 25, 2018

Best 5 Free Online Backup Service

Cloud storage service is an Internet hosting service specifically designed to host user files. Storing files in the cloud has many advantages. You can view your files from any phone, tablet or computer that's connected to the Internet, and the cloud can also provide backup for files so they'll never disappear if your phone gets lost or your computer crashes. Fortunately for you, we've rounded up the best 5 free online file storage to help you pick the one that's right for you.

1. Google Drive 

Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google. It allows users to store files on their servers, synchronize files across devices, and share files. In addition to a website, Google Drive offers apps with offline capabilities for Windows and macOS computers, and Android and iOS smartphones and tablets. Google Drive encompasses a Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, an office suite that permits collaborative editing of documents, spreadsheets, presentations, drawings, forms, and more. Files created and edited through the office suite are saved in Google Drive.

Google Drive offers 15GB of free cloud storage. If you need more than the 15GB of free cloud storage, for $1.99 per month customers get 100GB of storage, and for $9.99 per month customers receive 1TB of storage.

2. Box 

Box, winner of PC Magazine's Editors' Choice Award, is a cloud content management and file sharing service for personal accounts and businesses. This service is more of a business-collaboration and work-flow solution than a storage service. In addition, the business versions of Box include access to a variety of work programs, which are integrated with Box's cloud storage and services. Box is fast, secure and simple to use, so you can be productive from anywhere, which is the reason many businesses, including General Electric, P&G and The GAP securely access and manage their critical information with Box. It is available for Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, and Blackberry.

The free package gives you 10GB of free space, but the upgrade is expensive, at $10/month for only 100GB of storage.

3. Microsoft OneDrive 

OneDrive is a file hosting service operated by Microsoft as part of its suite of Office Online services. It allows users to store files as well as other personal data like Windows settings in the cloud. Files can be synced to a PC and accessed from a web browser or a mobile device, as well as shared publicly or with specific people. It's the obvious cloud storage service for Windows users because it's built into Windows 10. OneDrive's biggest strength is that it works closely with Microsoft Office apps, such as Word or PowerPoint.

OneDrive offers 5 GB of storage space free of charge. There are paid-for plans, of course, and you'll get 50GB of storage for only $1.99 per month. And if you sign up for Office 365 (as well as all of the other Office 365 features) for $59.99 per year, you get 1TB of space.

4. Amazon Drive 

Amazon Drive is a cloud storage application managed by Amazon. It offers secure cloud storage, file backup, file sharing, and photo printing. Using an Amazon account, the files and folders can be transferred and managed from multiple devices including web browsers, desktop applications, mobiles, and tablets. Access all of your documents from anywhere, and share them with friends and family, without having to log on to your computer.

All Amazon users receive 5GB of free storage. If you need more than 5GB storage, then for $59.99 per year you can have unlimited storage.

5. Dropbox 

Dropbox is one of the only cloud storage services to offer clients for Linux and Blackberry, alongside the usual Windows, macOS, Android and iOS standards. There's an official Windows Phone app too. Dropbox isn't the first cloud-based storage service, but it is the one that popularized it. Dropbox can create a special folder on the user's computer, the contents of which are then synchronized to Dropbox's servers and to other computers and devices that the user has installed Dropbox on, keeping the same files up-to-date on all devices.

Dropbox has received many praise, including the Crunchie Award in 2010 for Best Internet Application, and Macworld's 2009 Editor's Choice Award for Software. The free Basic account comes with a paltry 2GB of storage. You can upgrade to the 1TB plan for $9.99 per month.


Online cloud storage has greatly benefit our work as well as daily life. It provides us a secure place to back up our all kind of files, and gives us access to the content from anywhere with the desktop and mobile apps on iOS and Android, and share them with friends and family without having to log in your computer.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

How to Manage and Export Kindle Notes and Highlights

Kindle is the treasure trove full of amazing books, filled with all the important highlights and notes you have made with them. So if you are a big fan of exporting all kindle highlights and notes to your computer or to Evernote where can keep these precious memory vividly with time passing by, then the below tools can do you a big favor.

Tool 1: Evernote Web Clipper
Thanks to Amazon's e-reader hardware and the apps it makes for other gadgets, its Kindle e-books can be read on numerous devices. And the highlights and notes you make in your Kindle books, no matter which screen you have been using, are all synchronized over the Internet — and you can see all those annotations online Amazon Kindle page. On the Your Highlights page, you can add, edit or delete notes to your books, copy and paste the text, and print the list from your web browser.
So if you want to export Kindle notes and highlights from the website to Evernote application, you also need to install the Evernote Web Clipper to your computer. Next, all you need to do is select all the notes and highlights of one book, then click the icon of Evernote Web Clipper to clip the content to Evernote application.

Tool 2: Klib
Klib is a new way to manage highlights and notes for Kindle & iBooks. As a great clippings manger, Klib could help you gain more from reading. Every time you starts Klib, Klib will automatically import highlights from Amazon, and then export to Evernote. Your highlights will be safe and accessible everywhere via Evernote.
1. How to import from kindle
Click the menu File>Import from Kindle… in Klib after connecting your Kindle to your Mac via USB. Then choose the Kindle folder in the pop up dialog and start Import.
Tips: You only need to import manually the first time. Later Klib will automatically import your notes the next time when your Kindle connects.
2. How to export to Evernote
Click the menu item File > Export to Evernote… in Klib. And you need to authorize when exporting for the first time. Later, Klib will automatically export to Evernote on startup or when importing new notes.

Tool 3: Clippings.io
Clippings.io is a website which offers an easy way to organize your Kindle notes and highlights as well as help you export it. Follow the below steps to export kindle notes and highlights to Evernote.
1. You will need both an Evernote and Clippings.io account. Both are very simple to set up and are free.
2. In your Clippings.io homepage, go to Account settings page to configure Evernote. You will be asked to sign in with your Evernote details to authorize Clippings.io.
3. From your Clippings.io homepage, click on Import in the top-left corner after connecting Kindle to your computer. Then select the kindle book which you want to export the notes and highlights.
4. Click on Evernote after you select Export. Here, you get another opportunity to change your Evernote settings, such as the inclusion of notes and tags. Next click Start Export. When the export is finished, a link will appear which allows you to view your highlights and notes in Evernote.

Tool 4: KindleMate
Kindle Mate is a neat and efficient tool with rich features designed to sync, organize, import & export Kindle clippings (Kindle highlights and notes) and Kindle Vocabulary Builder words on computer. Just connecting Kindle to your computer, Kindle Mate can auto-sync, import Kindle highlights, notes and vocabulary words, and the synced content will be organized by author, title, words learning status, lookup frequency.
If you want to export notes and highlights of one Kindle book, you can right-click the book title and select Export to File.

Now you can manage and edit your kindle notes and highlights as you like.