TinEye is an awesome site that lets you search for a specific image. The homepage asks you to either upload an image or provide the link for the image.
Google and Canonical has been developing a new operating system, previously you needed to build it upon an Ubuntu machine and it was hectic. Recently we spotted the UNOFFICIAL Google Chrome OS. Its not developed by Google but by some other independent developers.
With the Google Chrome OS getting delayed we have another Chrome OS which can be given a tried. It is said to be build on the same rules and framework.
Featured software in Chrome OS:
* GNOME 2.24 desktop environment
* Google Chrome 7.0.517 web browser Updated!
* Google Picasa 2.7 photo manager
* OpenOffice.org 3.0 office suite
* GIMP 2.6 image editor
* Flash Player 10.1 plugin Updated!
* Wine Windows emulator 1.1.9
* and much more!
System requirements of Chrome OS:
* Processor: Intel Pentium, Xeon or newer; AMD Duron, Athlon, Sempron, Opteron or newer
* RAM: min. 256 MB
* Hard disk: min. 1 GB
* Graphics card: supports most modern graphics cards
Download Chrome OS Live CD and give it a try!
Their are options of downloading the OS with a torrent client or just downloading it directly.
The iPod nano is now smaller but cuter. The whole body is just a multitouch screen on one side and the clipper on the other. The nano looks quite promising and is set to rock the world.
The Multi-Touch display lets you experience your music in a new way. You Tap to play anything you want to hear. Swipe the Home screen to browse your music by songs, albums, artists, playlists, genres, or composers. You can even rearrange the icons on your Home screen so your music is organized just how you like.Clip on some tunes.
The battery is stated to give an unbelievable 24 hours of nonstop playback.
The music gadget is priced $149 for 8GB memory and $179 for 16GB.
Are you a tech freak and want an easy and fast way to learn new programming languages. Then w3School.com is the place for you. The site is made exclusively to provide free tutorials and lessons on many different programming languages. The whole website has been constructed to ease the whole tech learning process.
The site is widely used by tech enthusiasts and geeks to add new computer languages to their domain. The website also hosts various quizzes to check your skills and also provides certification against a fee of $95.
The site's content is divided into different categories namely-
HTML & CSS TUTORIALS
* HTML Tutorial
* HTML5 Tutorial
* XHTML Tutorial
* CSS Tutorial
* TCP/IP Tutorial
XML Languages TUTORIALS
* XML Tutorial
* DTD Tutorial
* XML DOM Tutorial
* XSL Tutorial
* XSLT Tutorial
* XSL-FO Tutorial
* XPath Tutorial
* XQuery Tutorial
* XLink Tutorial
* XPointer Tutorial
* Schema Tutorial
* XForms Tutorial
Web Services TUTORIALS
* Web Services Tutorial
* WSDL Tutorial
* SOAP Tutorial
* RSS Tutorial
* RDF Tutorial
Browser Scripting TUTORIALS
* HTML DOM Tutorial
* DHTML Tutorial
* VBScript Tutorial
* AJAX Tutorial
* jQuery Tutorial
* E4X Tutorial
Server Scripting TUTORIALS
* SQL Tutorial
* ASP Tutorial
* ADO Tutorial
* PHP Tutorial
* ASP.NET Tutorial
* .NET Mobile Tutorial
* Media Tutorial
* SMIL Tutorial
* SVG Tutorial
* Flash Tutorial
* WAP Tutorial
* WMLScript Tutorial
Google is famous for doing things others never dreamed about. The latest technology that is the outcome of Google's research is the automatic car driving software. This technology emphasizes upon car safety and efficiency.
Larry and Sergey founded Google because they wanted to help solve really big problems using technology.The goal is to help prevent traffic accidents, free up people’s time and reduce carbon emissions by fundamentally changing car use.
So Google developed technology for cars that can drive themselves.Google has made automatic cars that drove well on real world roads. As reported the self-driving cars have logged over 140,000 miles.
The automatic cars use video cameras, radar sensors and a laser range finder to “see” other traffic, as well as detailed maps (which we collect using manually driven vehicles) to navigate the road ahead. This is all made possible by Google’s data centers, which can process the enormous amounts of information gathered by our cars when mapping their terrain.
Google hired engineers from DARPA Challenges, a series of autonomous vehicle races organized by the U.S. Government. Chris Urmson was the technical team leader of the CMU team that won the 2007 Urban Challenge. Mike Montemerlo was the software lead for the Stanford team that won the 2005 Grand Challenge. Also on the team is Anthony Levandowski, who built the world’s first autonomous motorcycle that participated in a DARPA Grand Challenge, and who also built a modified Prius that delivered pizza without a person inside. The work of these and other engineers on the team is on display in the National Museum of American History.
We believe this is a great step at automating our daily chores doing which we waste our time which could be used elsewhere. The tech fulfills the basic criteria for any innovation and that is easing human life.