The Fifth International Conference on e-Technologies and Networks for Development

Every one is invited to attend and participate in The Fifth International Conference on e-Technologies and Networks for Development on July 11-13, 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. ICEND2017 is part of the The Sixth World Congress on Computing, Engineering and Technology (WCET).


The Fourth International Conference on Digital Information Processing, E-Business and Cloud Computing (DIPECC2016)

Learn the latest trends in the field of Digital Information Processing, E-Business and Cloud Computing. Attend the conference that will take place in Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on September 6-8, 2016. The Fourth International Conference on Digital Information Processing, E-Business and Cloud Computing (DIPECC2016) is part of The Fifth World Congress on Computing, Engineering and Technology (WCCET). September 6-8, 2016 » Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Website: http://sdiwc.net/conferences/dipecc2016


  • Submission Dates Open from now until August 6, 2016
  • Notification of Acceptance August 20, 2016 or 4 weeks from the submission date
  • Camera Ready Submission Open from now until August 26, 2016
  • Registration Deadline Open from now until August 26, 2016
  • Conference Dates September 6-8, 2016
  • The submission is open until August 6, 2016. Please consider submitting your papers to DIPECC2016.

    ****All registered papers will be published in publisher's Digital Library.****

    DIPECC2016 welcomes papers on the following (but not limited to) Digital Information Processing, E-Business, Cloud Computing and related research topics.

    * Biometrics Technologies * Cloud Computing * Cloud Engineering * Cloud Gaming * Cloud Security * Computational Intelligence * Computer Architecture and Design * Cryptography and Data Protection * Data Compression * Data Embedding and Watermarking * Data Management in Mobile Networks * Data Stream Processing in Mobile/Sensor Networks * Distributed and Parallel Applications * E-Business * E-Commerce Security * E-Learning * Embedded Systems and Software * Forensics, Recognition Technologies and Applications * Fuzzy and Neural Network Systems * Image Processing * Information Content Security * Information and Data Management * Mobile Networking, Mobility and Nomadicity * Mobile, Ad Hoc and Sensor Network Management * Multimedia Computing * Network Security * Real-Time Systems * Semantic Web and Ontologies * Signal Processing, Pattern Recognition and Applications * User Interface and Usability Issues for Mobile Applications * User Interfaces, Visualization and Modeling * Web Services Architecture, Modeling and Design * Web Services Security * Wireless Communications * Wireless Sensor Networks * E-Technology



    EMAIL: dipecc16@sdiwc.net


    3 Educational Tablets for Kids as Young as 3

    When you’re blanketed with all the gadgets available in the market, losing one or two is not a big deal.

    But what if your treasured Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 that caused you your 5-months salary is finding its way into your kid’s mouth?

    Do you think it’s time for your kid to have his own Apple, Samsung, Nokia or whatever tablet brand it is?

    If your child puts things into his mouth, then he is still too young to own a gadget. But if he knows not a game but an application, then you have a genius in the family. Congratulations!

    On one hand, you can still put a smile on your kid’s face because enterprising manufacturers have designed tablets specifically for kids as young as 7 months.

    These 3 tablets for kids are educational and wallet-friendly too:

    1. For only $26, your child can have his own tablet equipped with letters, phonics and numbers, and games. Fisher Price has made this education-focused Smart tablet possible for kids as young as 3.

    2. LeapPad from LeapFrog. This $99 tablet with built-in camera and video recorder is also rich in kid-friendly applications. Your kid’s creativity is enhanced through LeapPad’s ArtStudio and Story Studio apps. LeapFrog’s LeapPad tablet also sends you regular updates on your child’s progress.

    3. VTech tablet is a sure winner for kids who love to drop and throw things. Its applications allow kids to explore more. VTech is tough for only $80.


    Sony Finds the Three Musketeers’ “Deadly”

    The success story of the 2011 adventure film “The Three Musketeers” was measured by revenue growth. But the latest “Three Musketeers’” success was calculated by how much money they were able to loot.

    A group of hackers known as “The Three Musketeers” hit the headlines by hacking Sony for the second time (the first was in April 2011).

    The hackers group discovery of a key that could make all consoles decrypt the latest as well as future games has unfortunately made Sony a laughing stock. Worst, firmware upgrade can’t offer a cure. Sony, anyway, eyed a new console to counter this issue – it’ll be released soon.


    Optimus G - A Smartphone that Can Take Orders

    How could a struggling electronics company win in a war, so far, starred by Apple and Samsung?

    LG OptimusLG Electronics, its mobile communication division is quietly working on the sidelines. On Tuesday, the company unveiled its latest high-end smartphone offering, the Optimus G.

    Optimus G is a smartphone powered by Qualcom’s quad-core Snapdragon processor. It has the capacity to work on fast-phase mobile networks.

    You can watch your favorite TV show while sending text message or searching the web.

    Its 13 megapixel camera is perfect for taking pictures. What’s best is that you can instruct the phone to take snaps. Also, its 4.7-inch screen was made sharper than Apple and Samsung’s smartphones.

    Care for a breather? Try this new smartphone that can take orders.


    Why It Takes Forever To Watch Your Favorite Online Video?

    man scratching headConstantly interrupted with buffering messages while viewing your favorite online video?

    Does this happen all throughout the day or at certain time when usage may be high? No, wait! Don’t axe your computer just yet. You have to remember patience is a virtue.

    As one in you, I myself watched many, many online videos. I can tell you that I have a variety of reactions when streaming don’t go well.

    Find out why it takes forever to complete a 30 minutes video. Hang in there, consider these top 3 culprits:

    1. Hardware:

    • Is your computer a member of the senior citizens league? Computer age has some effect on bandwidth performance.
    • Is your router still covering your area? Did you check its condition? How about cables?
    • Is your Wi-Fi secure? Is the signal strong? Or may be without you knowing, the whole community is using the service. Soo sad!

    2. OS (operating system) and software:

    • Did you forget to logout other background programs?
    • Did you check if malware has a camp with a bonfire in your system?
    • Did you check your hard drive’s capacity?
    • Did you check if flash player's or video player's utilities are up to date?

    3. ISP (Internet Service Provider):

    • What is your speed? You might be paying for a speed that is not worth the price.
    • ISP could be playing around your service. Don’t play with them, I dare you!

    man watching online videoThere are other questions that you should ask yourself before you scratch your head as if you’re infested with a community of lice.

    Now that you are equipped with facts, go and fix those issues that are within your capacity.

    If after all your effort still it takes you 24 hours to complete an hour of video, then it’s time to call your favorite superhero - your friendly technician or call your Internet Service Provider and tell them your sad story supported with virtual tears. I’m sure with a tear-soaked hanky your ISP will help you.


    Apple Vs. Samsung - ROUND TWO!

    Now is the right time to be a patent attorney. Why? Many lawsuits are filed every day and the good news is that many of those complaints are patent related.

    The latest patent war is between the two digital media powers - Apple and Samsung. The lawsuit filed by Apple in California is still pending in court. Samsung fight back by filing countersuits in various countries. Despite winning in the UK court, Samsung still face bans on its other products. Its Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 felt a big blow across the European Union.

    U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has convince Apple and Samsung to settle the issue out of court, however, just like the never ending truce in Syria, a respite is unlikely at this time between the US Apple and South Korea’s Samsung.

    Hey, thinking of shifting from a criminal lawyer to patent expert? Perky patent lawsuits flood the courts today. Whichever side wins, your life is not in danger. Go ahead, be a living hero!