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Showing posts from September 1, 2013

Now Search for Any Tweet in History

Twitter is great for real-time news and updates, but searching through your history for tweets on a specific topic — that's much less efficient, even with hashtags. With more than 450 million tweets created every day, finding one from, say, 2007 may be harder (and more painful) than finding a piece of hay in a stack of needles. Topsy, a San Francisco-based social-analytics company, aims to change that. Topsy is one of a small handful of companies that offer advanced Twitter search tools for the microblogging network's entire stream, known as the Twitter "firehose." On Wednesday, Topsy took it a step further by opening up an archive of Twitter's entire history to the public — more than 425 billion tweets, videos, images, blog posts and location pins dating back to founder Jack Dorsey's first tweet in 2006, Topsy CEO Duncan Greatwood said in a release. Topsy's archive previously dated back to 2010, when it first partnered with Twitter. The r

Samsung's Smart Watch in Market

The world's largest smartphone maker Samsung 's much-awaited Smartwatch  has finally revealed to the world. This wrist watch is a color screen which can show all kinds of alerts that can be used for voice calls and can also run apps. Worldwide tech lovers' click Galaxy gear's been waiting for a long time. Samsung Smart Watch while maintaining its edge in the race, Microsoft, Apple and Google in the market took off his watch is left behind. Samsung said the clock "fashion icon," said. However, experts say that this watch the clock Samsung Galaxy series Android phone and tablet limited to only put limited to its appeal is turned on.

Dislike Someone in Your Photo ? Remove People with This Photoshop Script

 If you're tired of tourists or strangers cluttering up your perfect travel and landscape photos, here's an easy way to get rid of them in Photoshop. Take at least a dozen photos in your ideal spot, the Too Many Adapters blog recommends. Then head to Photoshop and go to File > Scripts > Statistics. Select "Median" for the stack mode and check "Attempt to Automatically Align Source Images." Finally, click the "Browse..." button to select your set of photos and hit OK. Photoshop will process the images to preserve the static background and remove everything that changes between the shots (the moving people). There might be some cleanup to do in Photoshop (lingering limbs, for example), but this might be the quickest and easiest way to get postcard-quality photos of your last trip.

Never Put Your Receipt in the Bag

You're often asked where you want your receipt, and the correct response is your hand. When the cashier sticks it in the bag, you're probably going to forget it's there and toss it out with the bag. Here are a few tips to help you avoid losing receipts—and your ability to return things along with them. Put the Receipt In Your Wallet Return windows are generally pretty short. If you're lucky, you get 30 days. Usually, you get 14 or 15. If there's any chance you might need to return the item you bought, don't take the receipt in the bag. Take it directly from the cashier, fold it up, and stick it in your wallet. Not only will this keep it safe in the event of a problem, but if you go to return the item you'll already know you have it with you.Your phone's camera isn't just leisure photos—it's fully capable of scanning a receipt. If you're worried about losing that important slip of paper, just snap a picture so you have a bac

New Android Version's Name Will Be KIT-KAT

The next version of Google's Android mobile operating system name will be the name of Nestle's famous chocolate Kitkat. This name is shocking because the Google Android operating system version 4.4 was indicated by the name 'Key Lime Pie' can be. Market in the world, Nestle and click the Google both extremely surprised everyone with this step. Google told the BBC that none of the two sides - is not giving money to each other. Android Global Partnership Langrling John told the BBC, "The Deal bargaining or to do with money - do not pay." According to him, it only "step is intended to be fun and unexpected."

Now Your Heartbeat Is Your New Password

As the password makes its slow fade towards extinction, many technologies are jockeying for position as the next method for securing online accounts. We’ve told you about brain waves, fingerprints, even magic rings, but a new technique is literally getting to the heart of the matter. PHOTOS: Stunning Maps Help Visualize Complex Data A wristband dubbed Nymi confirms a user’s identity via electrocardiogram (ECG) sensors that monitor the heartbeat and can authenticate a range of devices, from iPads to cars. Developers at Bionym, the Toronto-based company that makes the device, say the peeks and valleys of an individual’s heartbeat are harder to imitate than the external features of biometric systems, like fingerprints or facial recognition. To register their identity, uses touch a sensor on top of the wristband for about two minutes while Nymi records an ECG signature. Once it’s stored, it will only recognize that signature.

Microsoft To Acquire Nokia Phones Unit

Microsoft has agreed a deal to buy Nokia's mobile-phone business for 5.4bn euro ($7.2bn; £4.6bn). Nokia will also license its patents and mapping services to Microsoft. The companies said in a joint news release that the deal will be finalised in early 2014, when about 32,000 Nokia employees will transfer to Microsoft. Nokia, once a global leader in the mobile phone market, has struggled in recent times amid increased competition from rivals such as Samsung and Apple. The transaction is subject to approval by Nokia shareholders and regulators. "It's a bold step into the future - a win-win for employees, shareholders and consumers of both companies," said Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer of Microsoft. 'Number one priority' 

Control Your Smartfone from your 3.5 Audio Jack: An Amazing Device

Pressy brings back simplicity to your phone. Perform your favorite and most common actions with a simple, intuitive physical button. Pressy is a tiny physical button that connects to your phone through the headphone jack. Without Pressy, if you just want to turn your flashlight ON you need to: Wake your screen than Unlock it than Exit your current running app than S earch for the app you want to use than  Launch it and than  And finally, perform your desired Action.  

A Cheap Camera that Recognizes and Follows Objects by Color

 The most recent camera innovation we’ve stumble across falls is called Pixy, and it’s a color-detecting camera that might some day soon be the eye with which your friendly neighborhood robot sees and interprets the world. All robot world domination jokes aside, Pixy was designed with practicality in mind. Unlike a traditional camera, it doesn’t capture and send all of its image data on to the CPU. Instead, it tracks objects by color, and sends information about where that object is — and it does it fast. Pixy was put together by the folks at Charmed Labs and a few embedded systems experts from Carnegie Mellon University.

Israel Successfully Launched Giant Telecom Satellite From Kazakhstan

Israel's main aerospace and defense company says it has launched into space the country's "largest and most sophisticated" communications satellite. State-owned Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. said Sunday that it launched the Amos 4 satellite from a Russian-operated space launch base in Kazakhstan the previous night.Space Communication Ltd., the Israeli company operating the satellite, said the Amos 4 will be operational within two months and will provide video distribution and broadband services to Russian and Asian internet and communications companies. Israeli Science and Technology Minister Yaacov Peri said space-related matters are "critical to Israel's security."

You Can Not Discuse current affairs: New Vietnamese Law

The decree, known as Decree 72, says blogs and social websites should not be used to share news articles, but only personal information. The law also requires foreign internet companies to keep their local servers inside Vietnam. It has been criticised by internet companies and human rights groups, as well as the US government. Vietnam is a one-party communist state and the authorities maintain a tight grip on the media. Dozens of activists, including bloggers, have been convicted for anti-state activity in the country this year. The new law specifies that social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook should only be used "to provide and exchange personal information". It also prohibits the online publication of material that "opposes" the Vietnamese government or "harms national security".

Syrian Electronic Army: "expect us".

The Syrian Electronic Army, which supports President Bashar al-Assad, added it had "many surprises" to come. Interviewed via email following the UK Parliament's vote against military intervention on Thursday, a spokesman told BBC News: "It's the right thing." He added: "Military intervention in Syria has many consequences and will affect the whole world. "Our main mission is to spread truth about Syria and what is really happening." The SEA has targeted various media companies, including the BBC, CNN and the Guardian. Brian Krebs, a former Washington Post reporter, wrote that clues discovered when the SEA's own website was hacked earlier in the year pointed towards at least one member of the group being based in neighbouring country Turkey. But the SEA's spokesman dismissed these claims, saying that "they keep publishing names so they can get attention".

LG's G Pad 8.3 Tablet Will Be The First 8-Incher with a full HD display

LG announced that the pocket-sized G Pad 8.3 tablet will be joining its lineup of mobile devices. The device will be the first 8-inch tablet with a full HD display on the market. Although the G Pad 8.3 will officially debut at the conference next week, the company unveiled details about the device this weekend. It also created some fanfare last week with a trailer video posted to YouTube. The clip placed great emphasis on tablet size, and how more people would use the devices if they fit in their pocket. Available in both black and white, the sleek tablet weighs less than a pound, and runs on Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean). It comes with 16 GB of memory, 2 GB of RAM, a 5.0 MP rear-facing camera and 1.3 MP camera in the front. The device weighs in at 338 grams — the weight of a newspaper, according to LG — and boasts a 1.7 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor.

when 16 year old girl become Minister

Palestine  daily newspaper "Al Kudus' reports that Othamn Bshaar   became Minister for one day  for the establishment of local administration in Flstini government authority. in his capacity she admitted the local issues   in front of head of the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon . The report states that the Department of Local Administration Minister Abdullah - Al - Bashir Othamn Kavni given on the occasion of his birthday. According to the newspaper Ellar Othamn area their home for two months last year, the mayor of the municipality has worked as a minister and perhaps the responsibility entrusted to them. Minister Abdullah - Al - Kavni quoted as saying, "The best examples of these experiences and they are role models for youth Flstini. Nibaa I want the youth to face big responsibilities.

Merc will Introduce Night View Infrared Detectors in Their Upcoming Models!

When an animal or pedestrian is detected, the systems highlights it on an in-dash display. If if the animal or pedestrian is dangerously close, an alarm sounds and the car’s brakes are activated. The European version even includes a tracking spotlight that shines a beam on live obstacles, however U.S. regulators have not approved that feature. Mercedes-Benz will introduce Night View Plus on the 2014 S-Class. Designed by Swedish safety-system company Auto­liv, the system identifies people, but also cows, moose, horses, deer, camels, and even wild boar. How it works?