The All New Kindle Reader is Launched at Attractive Prices

The All New Kindle Reader is Launched at Attractive Prices

All New Kindle Reader
Kindle Reader
December 19th 2015: Amazon has revamped its Kindle range with a new budget Kindle and a shiny top-end model called the Kindle Voyage joining the old Kindle Paperwhite. If you're thinking about upgrading or are tempted to buy a Kindle for the first time we compare the three models to explain what you get for your money.
Of course all three eBook readers have access to the same Amazon store for books and unlike other eReaders they're not setup to buy books from elsewhere. Thankfully Amazon is still excellent both in terms of its range of titles and its competitive pricing. If you're an Amazon Prime member you can also access the Kindle Owners' Lending Library, which lets you borrow one book a month from a catalogue of 600,000 eBooks. 
Not sure a Kindle is the right eReader for you? Then read Kindle vs Kobo now
Amazon has also launched Family Library, which lets you share your eBooks with your family. Essentially it lets you join two accounts together, so you can read each others books, plus you can add up to four childrens accounts to the pair of adults. You can now set up a Family Library via the Amazon website see About Family Library, so you can use teh service with the vast majority of Kindle devices and apps. The new Kindle's below have the software built in so you can set up a Family Library from the device.
With that covered let's move on to the models in the current range.

The budget Kindle



The budget Kindle costs £60 or £70 if you want it without lockscreen adverts (or as Amazon describes them 'special offers'). The standard Kindle gets a 6in touchscreen for the first time, as previous budget models relied on physical buttons to turn pages and a four-way control at the bottom to navigate menus and options.

On the inside there's a faster 1GHz processor, although unless you have a very old Kindle model (three years or more) then it will be fast enough to handle the simple task of turning pages and browsing menus. Storage has been bumped from 2GB to 4GB but even 2GB is ample space to store thousands of books. Battery life will also be similar at around two weeks per charge if you read for an hour a day. 
If you last bought a Kindle three or more years ago and are tempted to upgrade then the new Kindle isn't worth the cash. The screen isn't much better than the older models and it doesn't feel as nicely made as them either. If you're looking for an upgrade, then look below.

The new Kindle Paperwhite



Amazon has just announced a new Kindle Paperwhite for 2015. The new model is essentially identical to the old one, with a backlit display for reading in any lighting conditions, but has a new, sharp display with 300 pixels per inch. This is the same display as that on the Kindle Voyage, below, which narrows the ground between the two models significantly. It's still available in Wi-Fi at £110 or £120 if you want it without lockscreen adverts, or with 3G (£170) so you can buy books anywhere in the world without needing to find a Wi-Fi network.

Kindle Reader
Kindle Reader
The high-resolution screen is a huge boon, providing crisper text which is far more pleasing to the eye. The new Paperwhite does pay a price for rendering this extra detail, with a reduced battery life of six weeks, rather than eight. If battery life is key for you then it might be worth picking up the old Paperwhite now, for just £99, but everyone else should get the new 2015 model. The only thing the Paperwhite is still missing is an ambient light sensor to automatically adjust the backlight to match
It may not be the top model, with the Voyage below taking that spot, but this is the Kindle that most people should buy, with everything you need at a great price.
^The Kindle Voyage (left) and Kindle Paperwhite (right) are now very similar

The Kindle Voyage



Amazon's top-end eReader is the Kindle Voyage. The Wi-Fi only model costs £169 with the 3G version a whopping £229. So what do you get for the extra cash? As with the budget Kindle and Kindle Paperwhite the Voyage also has a 6in touchscreen display, but since the Paperwhite 2015 upgrade, its 300 pixels per inch is matched by the cheaper model. It is thinner and lighter than other Kindle models, but only just. You can turn pages by using the touchscreen or by squeezing the new 'PagePress' buttons on the side.
It also has 4GB of storage and the similar battery life as the Kindle Paperwhite. Amazon claims the Paperwhite can last for eight weeks on a single charge based on half an hour of reading with wireless off and backlight set at 10. By comparison the Voyage apparently lasts up to six weeks under the same conditions.
Our favourite feature is that the backlight finally has an ambient light sensor, so it adjusts automatically to the lighting conditions. We were amazed at how much difference this made, especially as we rarely bothered to tweak the Paperwhite's backlight manually except when reading in pitch black. If you read eBooks both at night and in the day, then the Voyage is a  but there's really nothing wrong with the cheaper Paperwhite.
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Which Kindle should you buy?


The new budget Kindle is good value for people buying an e-reader for the first time but a pointless purchase for people considering upgrading from any old Kindle. The new Kindle Paperwhite 2015 is great value, has an excellent touchscreen with backlight and is the best upgrade option for people on old Kindle models. The Kindle Voyage is a refined version of the Paperwhite and now looks a little too expenisve given the slight differences.

Or buy a Kobo

Other non-Kindle e-readers are available, most notably those from Kobo. The Kobo Glo (backlit touchscreen, £80) and Kobo Aura HD (high-resolution backlit touchscreen, £130) are both excellent e-readers. The Kobo Aura H2O (£140) has the added bonus of being waterproof, so you can drop it in the bath without destroying it. The latest model is the Kobo Glo HD which at £110 with a 300 pixel-per-inch display matches up directly to the new Paperwhite. For the full rundown of how Kobo differs from Kindle read our Kindle vs Kobo 2015 – eBook prices, eReaders and apps. 
Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime Smartphone Launched At Just 6999

Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime Smartphone Launched At Just 6999

Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime Front and Back
Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime Front and Back


Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime smartphone was launched in August 2015. The phone comes with a 4.70-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 720 pixels by 1280 pixels at a PPI of 312 pixels per inch. 

The Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime is powered by 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor and it comes with 2GB of RAM. The phone packs 16GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime packs a 8-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 2-megapixel front shooter for selfies. 

Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime Back
Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime Back
The Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime runs Android 4.4 and is powered by a 2200mAh removable battery. It measures 134.00 x 67.20 x 9.40 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 133.00 grams. 

The Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime is a dual SIM (GSM and GSM) smartphone that accepts two Micro-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, FM, 3G, 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor, Accelerometer, and Gyroscope. 

About Xiaomi
Xiaomi is a privately owned company that designs, develops, and sells smartphones, an Android-based OS, and other consumer electronics. Xiaomi also makes fitness trackers, TVs, air purifiers, and tablets. It has a skin for its Android phones and tablets – MIUI. The company largely sells its phones via flash sales in India.

Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime detailed specifications

GENERAL

Release date
August 2015
Form factor
Touchscreen
Dimensions (mm)
134.00 x 67.20 x 9.40
Weight (g)
133.00
Battery capacity (mAh)
2200
Removable battery
Yes
Colours
White, Dark Grey
SAR value
1.00

DISPLAY

Screen size (inches)
4.70
Touchscreen
Yes
Resolution
720x1280 pixels
Pixels per inch (PPI)
312

HARDWARE

Processor
1.2GHz  quad-core
Processor make
Qualcomm Snapdragon 410
RAM
2GB
Internal storage
16GB
Expandable storage
Yes
Expandable storage type
microSD
Expandable storage up to (GB)
32

CAMERA

Rear camera
8-megapixel
Flash
Yes
Front camera
2-megapixel

SOFTWARE

Operating System
Android 4.4
Skin
MIUI 6

CONNECTIVITY

Wi-Fi
Yes
Wi-Fi standards supported
802.11 b/ g/ n
GPS
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes, v 4.00
NFC
No
Infrared
No
Wi-Fi Direct
Yes
MHL Out
No
HDMI
No
Headphones
3.5mm
FM
Yes
Number of SIMs
2
SIM 1

SIM Type
Micro-SIM
GSM/ CDMA
GSM
3G
Yes
4G/ LTE
Yes
Supports 4G in India (Band 40)
Yes
SIM 2

SIM Type
Micro-SIM
GSM/ CDMA
GSM
3G
Yes
4G/ LTE
Yes
Supports 4G in India (Band 40)
Yes

SENSORS

Compass/ Magnetometer
Yes
Proximity sensor
Yes
Accelerometer
Yes
Ambient light sensor
Yes
Gyroscope
Yes
Barometer
No
Temperature sensor
No

Source and Credits : http://gadgets.ndtv.com/xiaomi-redmi-2-prime-2852

Apple Devices Targeted By Cyber Criminals

Apple Devices Targeted By Cyber Criminals

Apple Devices Under Attack
Apple Devices Targeted By Cyber Criminals
Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting Apple devices and 2016 will see a rise in attacks on its operating systems, security experts suggest.
According to security firm Symantec, the amount of malware aimed at Apple's mobile operating system (iOS) has more than doubled this year, while threats to Mac computers also rose.
Security firm FireEye also expects 2016 to be a bumper year for Apple malware.
Systems such as Apple Pay could be targeted, it predicts.
Apple is an obvious target for cybercriminals because its products are so popular, said Dick O'Brien, a researcher at Symantec.
While the total number of threats targeting Apple devices remains low compared with Windows and Android, Symantec is seeing the range of threats multiply.
Last year, it was seeing a monthly average of between 10,000 and 70,000 Mac computers infected with malware.
"This is far fewer than Windows desktops and we don't want to scaremonger. Apple remains a relatively safe platform but Apple users can no longer be complacent about security, as the number of infections and new threats rise," said Mr O'Brien.
The number of unique OS X computers infected with malware in the first nine months of 2015 was seven times higher than in all of 2014, its research found.
A significant amount of this spike is accounted for by so-called greyware - applications that may not have malware attached but can still be annoying to users, by serving up unwanted ads or tracking their web-browsing habits.
Symantec also found seven new threats aimed at Apple's mobile iOS platform, with jailbroken devices - those that have been unlocked - being particularly vulnerable.
And hackers are also increasingly targeting corporations, where Mac use is now more prevalent.
A corporate espionage group known as Butterfly which attacked multi-billion dollar companies in 2015 developed malware tools that attacked both Windows and Apple computers.
Walled garden
Traditionally iOS has been seen as a more secure platform than Android because of the more closed community that Apple runs for its apps but that is changing, according to FireEye.
While it found that the vast majority - 96% - of mobile malware is targeted at Android devices, iOS is no longer immune.
According to Bryce Boland, chief technology officer at FireEye, attackers are increasingly "finding ways into Apple's walled garden, and that will ramp up next year".
FireEye recently discovered that XcodeGhost, iOS malware that Apple acted quickly to remove from its app store, had found its way into the networks of 210 US businesses.
Apple Devices Under Attack
Apple Devices Under Attack
The attack was thought to be the first large-scale attack on Apple's app store.
The introduction of new payment systems, such as Apple Pay, will add a financial incentive for hackers, making it worth their "time and effort" to develop new malware, FireEye said.
Mr O'Brien said: "We haven't yet seen any threats targeting Apple Pay but anything that involves a financial transaction will be of interest to hackers."


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Tim Cook Is Angry That Google is Beating Apple in the Classroom

Tim Cook Is Angry That Google is Beating Apple in the Classroom

Tim Cook Is Angry at Google
Tim Cook : chief executive officer of Apple Inc
According to THE VERGE :  Tim Cook isn't very impressed with Chromebooks, and in an interview with BuzzFeed News today, he seemed to brush off the fact that they're fast becoming more prevalent than Macs and iPads in classrooms. Though he didn't mention them by name, Apple's CEO implied that Chromebooks and other inexpensive PCs are really only successful because they're the cheapest option for letting students take standardized tests — at least the ones that aren't on paper. In fact, Cook went so far as to label them "test machines" according to BuzzFeed News, and said that Apple aims to do bigger, more impactful things in education.
"Assessments don’t create learning," Cook said. "We are interested in helping students learn and teachers teach, but tests, no. We create products that are whole solutions for people — that allow kids to learn how to create and engage on a different level." And yeah, give any kid the choice, and they'd probably pick iPad over Chromebook.
Still, that's a pretty harsh take on Google's tremendous success in classrooms; in only a few short years, growth of Chromebooks in education has surged far beyond what competitors can muster. As just one show of that momentum, Google has predicted that Chromebooks will outnumber all other classroom devices combined by the end of 2015. We'll have to wait a bit longer to see if that pans out, but there's no denying the upward trend. Even if iPads offer greater engagement and more fun, it has become clear that most schools are thinking in dollars, and there's no beating Chromebooks on that front.

Apple Increases Music Upload Limit to 100000

Apple Increases Music Upload Limit to 100000

Apple Increases Music Upload Limit to 100000
Apple Increases Music Upload Limit to 100000
Apple clients are presently ready to store significantly more music in the cloud. Apple increases music upload limit to 100000. Taking after a June declaration by web programming and administrations SVP Eddy Cue, the organization has "began taking off backing" for iTunes Match and Apple Music libraries of up to 100,000 tunes — as far as possible was 25,000. Sign affirmed the news to MacRumors, which initially investigated clients seeing the change. 

The move implies you'll have the capacity to have an online music library twice as large as the 50,000 tracks Google Play Music offers, in spite of the fact that that administration is free. Apple obliges you to pay either $24.99 a year for iTunes Match or $9.99 a month for Apple Music to make utilization of the cloud locker. Furthermore, iCloud has been by a long shot the minimum solid component of Apple Music, regularly neglecting to follow through on its guarantee to bring together your online and logged off librarie



Vampire Mythology Cracked !!

Vampire Mythology Cracked !!

Vampire Mythology
Vampirs : Myth And Reality
Most vampire myths come to us from the Dark Ages, when science was in its early stages and individuals looked to religion or superstition to clarify their general surroundings. While some vampire myths have their premise in Christian Orthodoxy and Victorian romanticizing, others speak to inventive elucidations of real vampiric attributes and conduct. Seeing as how they flourish with duplicity, it's likewise exceptionally likely that huge numbers of these myths were propagated by vampires themselves so as to pick up an edge over their poorly arranged casualties, to impart more trepidation in the masses, or to acquire adherents.

Vampires rest in pine boxes

Vampires rest in coffins
Vampires rest in pine boxes
Source: This myth likely emerged from gravediggers and bystanders who watched vampires rising up out of boxes and sepulchers.

Actuality: If a vampire did spend the night in a box, it most likely had nothing to do with resting inclination. In the days of yore, numerous chomp casualties were buried while still in a vampiric trance state—which thus brought forth the myth that vampires must rest inside of the dirt of their country. Actually, vampires will rest wherever they feel safe. Saying this doesn't imply that some don't rest in caskets, however it's more out of a feeling of custom or convention than a genuine need (in spite of the fact that there is the included advantage of keeping out light and sound).

Garlic repulses vampires

Garlic repulses vampires
Garlic repulses vampires
Source: Most likely taking into account perception. To avert vampires, garlic would be worn, hung in windows, or rubbed on smokestacks and keyholes.

Certainty: Vampires have touchy noses and can be immediately determined off by impactful scents. Be that as it may, this system for prevention is temperamental and absolutely won't take a shot at an accomplished vampire. Essentially, you'd be in an ideal situation utilizing pepper splash.

Crosses repulse vampires and blaze their substance


Crosses repulse vampires and blaze their substance
Crosses repulse vampires
Source: Christian convictions that vampires are evil spirits and subsequently foes of God. Amid the Dark Ages, vampires were known not been tormented by the congregation utilizing superheated iron crosses to "smolder the Holy Spirit into them" before execution.

Truth: Unless warmed as a torment gadget, or utilized as some sort of scuffle or tossing weapon, crosses have truly no impact on vampires. They experience no difficulty entering places of worship, either.

Vampires can be slaughtered by driving a stake through their heart

kill vampires with stake through heart
Stake Through their heart
Source: This myth really began as a misinformed technique for driving so as to keep suspected vampires in their boxes a long iron stake through the middle and into the pine box floor, successfully sticking it set up. In the long run this advanced into just wounding the heart utilizing exceptional sorts of wood, for example, oak, fiery debris and hawthorn, which were thought harmful to vampires as a result of their "immaculateness."

Reality: Because their blood coagulations rapidly and is coursed by skeletal muscles, vampires can without much of a stretch survive wounds to the heart and middle, and they experience little difficulty liberating themselves from impalement. They likewise have no clear hypersensitivity to wood (or silver, so far as that is concerned). At the point when battling vampires, your most solid option is to go for the head or spine.

Vampires burst into blazes upon introduction to daylight

Vampires Burn On Daylight
Vampires Burn in Daylight
Source: Most likely in light of perception of a vampire's compelling response to daylight; and potentially stirred up with their defenselessness to flame.

Reality: Sunlight renders vampires, with their hyperdilated irises and intelligent retinas, blind. It additionally causes neural pathways to flame arbitrarily in the cerebrum, making a compelling epileptic response. In conclusion, vampiric skin is profoundly touchy to UV beams, turning out to be seriously blazed and rankled inside of minutes. In any case, as sensational as these responses may show up, not even a clue of smoke will happen.

Sacred water smolders vampires substance
Sacred water smolders vampires substance
Sacred water smolders vampires substance

Source: Christianity.

Truth: Holy water, or any water so far as that is concerned, has little impact on vampires. They can, on the other hand, still be suffocated, and they by and large despise getting wet as it can bring down their body temperature, making them less enthusiastic and ready to chase.






Vampires prey on virginal ladies

Vampires prey on virginal ladies
Vampires prey on virginal ladies
Source: An impression of nineteenth century fears over the sexual arousing of young ladies. In Balkan and Bulgarian legends, male vampires were accepted to despoil virgins and even impregnate them with half-human mixtures known as Dhampir.

Certainty: While vampires have an expressed inclination for the essence of youthful blood, they are not specific as to which sex gives it. Being agamic, sterile and weak, vampires can't engage in sexual relations, not to mention create any sort of posterity; and gnawing a pregnant lady will just result in unnatural birth cycle or stillbirth.

Vampires can fly and move at the pace of sound

Vampires can fly and move at the pace of sound
Vampires can fly and move at the pace of sound
Source: Observation and distortion of vampires running, jumping and utilizing their snappy reflexes.

Actuality: While they can sprint quicker than most people (25 to 30 miles for every hour) and bounce higher than any (no less than ten feet), vampires can't fly, suspend, teleport, or move any speedier than an expert human competitor.


Vampires can turn into bats

Vampires can turn into bats
Vampires can turn into bats
Source: Association of vampires with vampire bats, subsequent to they're both nighttime, have teeth, beverage blood and are the fundamental vectors of the human vampirism infection.

Truth: Vampires can't transform into bats, or whatever else so far as that is concerned. In spite of the fact that vampires can't shapeshift (or withdraw their teeth), their appearance changes after some time, and they can be very capable at masking themselves utilizing cosmetics and different techniques.

Vampires don't cast shadows and are not obvious in mirrors

Vampires Don't Have shadows
Vampires don't cast shadows in mirrors
Source: Christianity. It was believed that a vampire, or any animal without a spirit, would not cast a shadow or deliver an appearance in a mirror.

Actuality: Vampires do cast shadows and are undoubtedly unmistakable in mirrors—albeit interestingly enough, they are regularly entirely uncomfortable with their own particular reflections. Thus, they have a tendency to keep away from mirrors, which likely strengthened this specific myth.

Vampires shed Blood Tears

Vampires shed Blood Tears
Vampires shed Blood Tears
Source: Vampires regularly have red, ragged looking scleras—the alleged "whites of their eyes." Because of this, individuals all through history have come to trust that vampires have draining eyes.

Certainty: Because the blood is kept to the eyeball, vampiric tears are pretty much as clear as our own.

People get to be vampires by drinking their blood

Source: nineteenth century sexualization of vampires and their casualties "trading" natural liquids.

Truth: While it's actual that the vampirism infection is conveyed in both vampire blood and their spit, transmission quite often happens through gnawing. Opposite shrewd, ingestion of vampire blood tends to bring about a man to toss it move down, while infusion can be inside and out deadly.

Elizabeth Báthory and Vlad the Impaler were vampires

Vlad The Impaler
Vlad the Impaler was a vampire
Source: Their affirmed inclination for drinking the blood of the general population they slaughtered. This in the end roused Victorian creator Bram Stoker's popular vampire character Count Dracula.

Reality: There exists no irrefutable proof that Countess Báthory and Prince Dracula were organic vampires. Indeed, even the idea that they drank blood is questionable, best case scenario, being an imaginable manufacture made by their adversaries to further defame them. Still, "simulated vampirism" was not phenomenal all through history, as blood-sustaining was ordinarily thought to be the sole explanation for vampiric life span before cutting edge science refuted that claim.

Vampires have psychic, trancelike and telekinetic powers

Vampires are psychic
Vampires Are psychic
Source: Observation of a vampire's capacity to peruse unpretentious feelings, and their notoriety for utilizing their "silver tongue" to get what they need. Telekinesis was basically tossed in later as an outlandish supplement, likely because of a typical relationship of vampirism with witchcraft and the mysterious.

Actuality: While vampires do have elevated faculties because of their broadened amygdalae, they can't read psyches or see the future, just physical expressions and idiosyncrasies. This thusly advantages their forces of influence, as they can all the more effortlessly make sense of what to say. On the other hand, these capacities depend to a great extent on individual ability and experience. Their upgraded listening to likewise permits them to talk prudently amongst one another, which further strengthened the psychic myth.

Vampires hold the same appearance as the day they were turned

Vampires Don't Age
Vampires Don't Age
Source: nineteenth century romanticizing of vampiric life span, and in addition their normal utilization of cosmetics.

Actuality: Older vampires look more like Nosferatu—or, all the more precisely, anorexic suffocating casualties with alopecia and pinkeye. On a related note, the myth that a vampire's hair never shows signs of change in all probability occurred from its hindered development rate, and additionally their propensity to destroy wigs after it falls





Vampires can live on just creatures and blood packs

Vampires can live on just creatures and blood packs
Vampires can live blood packs


Source: Hollywood admiration of vampirism as something that can be restored and reintegrated into society.

Certainty: Although creatures and blood packs can get them by for some time, vampires need to feast upon live people to get every one of the supplements they require.



A vampire's injuries can recuperate inside of seconds

Source: Likely a distortion of vampiric smoothness.

Certainty: While it's actual that even real wounds can clump inside of a couple of minutes, vampiric recuperating rate is just twofold that of a human's, regardless they frame scars. In addition, despite the fact that they can recover their upper and lower teeth, they can't regrow lost body parts, for example, appendages or eyes.

Vampires swing to slag when killed

Source: Most likely the act of cremating killed vampires to keep the likelihood of disease, and in addition the offering of vampire fiery debris in a few sections of the world.

Reality: Dead vampires really deteriorate at a slower rate than human cadavers, on account of characteristic anti-toxins in their organic liquids.

Vampires can be distracted by leaving seeds for them to count

Source: Due to compound changes in the piece of the cerebrum that directs ongoing action, vampires are more powerless to mental issue, for example, arithmomania, or the over the top tallying of articles. A few types of porphyria, which has frequently been confused for vampirism all through history, have additionally been connected with such conditions.

Certainty: Regardless of how extreme a vampire's OCD may be, numbering items is a low need when confronted with a potential dinner or danger.

Vampires absorb ingested blood directly into their veins

Source:  Association of hematophagia with blood transfusions.

Reality: While numerous fictional vampires are portrayed as having the capacity to ingest in place/undigested blood into their own circulatory system through an assortment of routines—hypodermic teeth, bigger pores in the GI tract, reconnection of the throat into the heart—the fact of the matter is that vampires condensation blood no uniquely in contrast to hematophages, for example, vampires bats, parasites and ticks; or even how we process our own particular nourishment.

Vampires have the quality of 20 weight lifters

Vampires have the quality of 20 weight lifters
Vampires have the strength of 20 weight lifters
Source: Exaggeration of vampiric quality which was further decorated in Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Certainty: Drop the zero and you have a more exact number. A vampire is normally a considerable amount more grounded than the normal weight lifter, however not as solid as those on the upper end of the scale—the ones hunching down 1,000 pounds and seat squeezing 600. Whatever the case, in any case, the leaner-bodied vampires still have rate and spryness on their side when confronted with heavier-built people.

The vampire race can be followed back to a solitary forebear

Source: Association of vampires with evil spirits, fallen blessed messengers, and scriptural creation myths, for example, the legend of Lilith, why should said be Adam's first wife before abandoning him to spend whatever remains of her presence nourishing on the blood of men.

Truth: Contrary to much fiction, there is no almighty mother or father of all vampires, any more than there is a mother or father of all rabies or Ebola casualties (or any living being, so far as that is concerned). One grain of truth to the Lilith legend, however, is that vampires have likely been around for whatever length of time that people have (if not longer), since Adam and Lilith were said to be made in the meantime and from the same source.

Vampires can't enter homes without an invitation

Vampires can't enter homes without an invitation
Vampires can't enter homes without an invitation


Source: Hollywood Folklore.

Truth : This has been one of the most talked one so I kept it for the last. Vampires need not require any invitation to be called in. they can and will creep in if you try to follow them. They will follow you.

But then it all comes to you. If you believe it or not is up to you.