1 August 2012
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Open Source
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Google Launch the 21 Version of Chrome today

Google announced the availability of Chrome 21 today, a new version of the increasingly-popular Web browser. It includes a number of improvements and several noteworthy new features, including proper support for Apple’s retina display. Under the hood, Chrome 21 brings official support for the getUserMedia JavaScript API, a feature that allows Web applications to access […]


31 July 2012
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Open Source
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A Car use Water as Fuel invented by Pakistani Engineer Agha Waqar

Pakistan throughout the world had been known for a lot of things from its birth to today, once it was a part of the hippie-trail, than it was known for sports good (well, a bit but yes), and…well, err, Pakistan was known for Pakistanis, and than our country went to the dark side; terror, bombs […]


31 July 2012
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Social Media
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Facebook Enhancements for bigger profile pictures and photos

Facebook today the site is going to start rolling out a new photos display that should help make things look better. You’ll now get a bigger display of images when you click the Photos link at the top of someone’s timeline. There’s also a new menu system where you can see the photos that you’ve […]


31 July 2012
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Coding
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Codecademy expands into server side languages with Python support for its “millions” of users

Codecademy, has offered front-end technologies like JavaScript, jQuery, HTML and CSS since August of last year. These are, at least by my own standards, the absolute easiest languages to start off with, but don’t offer the same possibilities as a powerful server-side language. Now, to grow its education footprint, Codecademy is today launching Python courses […]


31 July 2012
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Technology
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Microsoft announced two new peripherals meant to accompany Windows 8 tablets

    Microsoft officially announced today two new peripherals meant to accompany Windows 8 tablets: the Wedge Touch Mouse and the Wedge Mobile Keyboard. Both are highly compact Bluetooth devices that are optimized in certain ways for tablet use. The Wedge keyboard is a compact keyboard with full-size keys complete with Windows 8 hotkeys, its […]


31 July 2012
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Tips & Tricks
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How to Start a Hangout

1. Click on your g+ account name. 2. Click on green box on the lower right of the screen: 3. A screen will appear with instructions asking you who you want to invite. You can also test your mic and screen lighting. You can limit your hangout to a specific person, family, friends, blog readers, […]


31 July 2012
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Social Media
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Google and Hangouts are coming to your Gmail for a better video chat experience

Big news from Google for Gmail users today. Instead of the Peer-to-peer video chat you are used to in Gmail, Google now pops in its superior Hangouts technology that allows up to 10 people to chat at a time. Chances are that you’ve used Google Talk a few times while navigating your inbox. Heck, you […]