25 August 2012
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Microsoft is changing its corporate logo for the first time in 25 years

by arstechnica In 1982, Redmond rolled out a new logo, all upper case with a weird patterned ‘o’ that came to be known as the ‘blibbet’. To the chagrin of many blibbet fans, that logo too was replaced. In 1987, the company switched to its longest-lived logo, the one it used until today. This was […]


1 August 2012
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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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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 […]