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A Cool Google Goggles Mobile technology !


Very cool technology by Google called Goggles was announced today for the Android phones and is available. The just released version 1.1 is immediately available for the Android phones.

The application is capable of translating foreign language text and can identify objects based on the pictures taken. Simply launch the Google Goggles application, take a picture of the text (on a menu, for example), and then Google will provide the option to translate.

Goggles is also offered in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish and more languages are to be included soon.

The Android 1.6 and new smartphones support Google Goggles. This is one of the few very interesting Android Apps that has gain so much media attention and the Android OS itself is ganing much attention recently as it competes head on with Apple’s iPhone OS and also Windows mobile

You can visit the website at http://www.google.com/mobile/goggles/#landmark

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Fizzik: A new baby in the world of browser !


You don’t see many startups these days trying to innovate with new Internet browsers. After all, that’s an area dominated by the likes of Microsoft, Google, Mozilla and Apple. So, I was immediately intrigued when I bumped into a new browser which not only provides you all the features available with most of the browsers these days, but goes miles away in terms of multi tasking and smoothness. While exploring further about the company, named  Spry Hive Industries, I found that team of ex-Microsoft workers have built a new browser called Fizzik, which is entering a public beta today. Here’s the demo

As you can see in the video, the most interesting feature is the split-screen functionality which integrates content from YouTube, Twitter or other content sources. Is that enough to win you over?

India may have internet domain names in 7 local languages by the end of 2011


India plans to have internationalised domain names (IDN) on internet in seven local languages — Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, Urdu, Tamil, Telugu and Gujarati — by the end of 2011. Once implemented, this would see the present country code ‘.in’ being replaced with ‘.bharat’. IDNs are currently available only in Latin characters, the script in which English and most other European languages are written.

The department of information technology (DIT), government of India, will soon submit its proposal to US-based Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a non-profit organisation responsible for managing the internet’s domain name system.

According to DIT senior director Govind, at present only 10 per cent of India’s total population knows English and only English speaking population can access the internet. The country has currently 81 million internet users out of which only 8.1 million are broadband customers.

“Considering the population of the country, the number is not satisfactory. Once the domain name is available in regional languages, it will not only help the masses in sharing information but also help in internet proliferation even in remote corners of the country,” Govind has said.

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Shoking facts about World Population, birth rate, death rate and CO2 emmision !


I am really shocked to see this. Click on the follwing link and have a look on amazing facts on how population is growing against the death. Also shows you the CO2 emmision countries….Much more country wise…..roll over to India to see deails.

World Population crossed : 6.9 Billion      Click here to view the Dynamic Facts

TCS Chief named Best CEO in the country !


Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) chief Natarajan Chandrasekaran has made the cut as best CEO in the country while Infosys’ Kris Gopalakrishnan has been ranked the second best by the FinanceAsia magazine.

The publication has named Mr Chandrasekaran and Mr Gopalakrishnan as best CEOs, based on a poll of over 300 investors and analysts in Asia.

FinanceAsia today published the India list for various categories, including best CEO, best CFO, best managed company, best corporate governance, best investor relations, and best corporate social responsibility.

Among the CFOs, TCS’ Sethuraman Mahalingam has been named the best in the country and is followed by Infosys’ Vibin Balakrishnan.

The magazine has named Infosys as the best managed company while Bharti Airtel has cornered the second spot.

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Finally, when GOD said : I Lost infront of you !


We all think that why I am like that or more important Why I am not that some one else ?….Why Idont have that….Or Allas, I wish I could have some more………BUT…..God kept on saying that..see what do you all have….finally God said..I lost…See this Video…Amazing Power of selfbelief !!!!!

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Google Search displays virtual keyboards in 35 languages, including Hindi


Google has integrated a virtual or on-screen keyboard into Google Search in 35 languages, including Hindi, Persian and Malayalam, that will allow users to type directly in their local language script. According to Google, if one uses Google Search in any of the supporting languages, he would see a small keyboard icon next to the search field, on both the Google homepage and search results page.

“Clicking on that keyboard icon brings up a virtual keyboard in your language. You can input text by either clicking on the on-screen keyboard or pressing the corresponding key,” Manish Bhargava, product manager, Google Internationalisation, has said. “We hope virtual keyboards help you find information more easily — especially those of you who speak/type/read in non-Latin scripts.”