Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Bioelectronics: nanotransístor is connected to the DNA molecule

The only electronic component not directly 

detected the connection,
 but also amplified the charge of 
individual biomolecules. [Photo: Columbia University]

Electronics and biology
Joining electronics and biology is, perhaps more than an old dream, a promising possibility.
Of neural sensors and the construction of prostheses controlled by thought, even dreams of fancy radical transhumanist, have long talks in humans enhanced by technology.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

20 Facts about youtube

20 facts about YouTube

 1. YouTube (Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, Jawed Karim) All three founders of YouTube
(Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, Jawed Karim) worked on Paypal, when you started your

2. YouTube domain was registered at St Day. Valentine's (February 14, 2005).

Friday, February 18, 2011



SCADA stands for supervisory control and data acquisition. It generally refers to industrial control systems: computer systems that monitor and control industrial, infrastructure, or facility-based processes, as described below:

How Does 3D Technology Work?

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In 1838, Sir Charles Wheatstone first described the process of stereopsis: the process by which humans perceive three dimensions from two highly similar, overlaid images. Or, the process by which Avatar looks like a mind-blowingly immersive alien landscape instead of a bunch of brightly colored fuzz.
3D technology has come a long way since Wheatstone developed his stereoscope, then used to view static images and eventually pictures. Now we get to wear Wayfarer knock-offs and enjoy 3D films, television shows and video games.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Solar flare eruptions set to reach Earth

Solar flare eruptions set to reach Earth

By Paul Rincon

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Time lapse image of the solar flare as seen by Nasa's Solar Dynamics Observatory

Scientists around the world will be watching closely as three eruptions from the Sun reach the Earth over Thursday and Friday.

Opening ceremony of World Cup 2011 begins in Dhaka

The 10th edition of the 2011 World Cup is underway in Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh. A total of 14-team are competing in the event along with hosts India and Sri Lanka. After the Bangaladesh national anthem was played out, the captains of respective teams entered the stadium on decorated rickshaws.

India singer Sonu Nigam then entertained the crowd with an English number.  

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Cricket captains to ride rickshaws to World Cup opening

Dhaka, Feb 16 (IANS) The rickshaw, the common man's traditional transport in Bangladesh, will occupy the centre stage in Thursday's Cricket World Cup opening ceremony here. The captains of all participating teams will make a grand entry into a packed Bangabandhu Stadium riding these humble vehicles.
'The rickshaw is our traditional transport. It is a part of Bangladesh's heritage. So, we want to present it before the guests. All 14 skippers will enter the stadium in rickshaws,' tournament director for Bangladesh Ali Ahsan Babu told IANS.

Demining experts disarm Word War II bomb

VIENNA - Demining experts have disarmed a World War II bomb found at a major Vienna construction site.
Police say the bomb was discovered during excavation work at the site where the Austrian capital's new main train station is being built.

Google's Schmidt says Nokia still welcome to join Android

Eric Schmidt, now chairman of Google, seems to have developed into a permanent keynote fixture here at Mobile World Congress.  Last year, just his very presence was enough to stir up an atmosphere. This this year, in the immediate wake of the Nokia/Microsoft tie-up  - which left Google's Android the loser -  perhaps Schmidt and Google appear less the all-conquering threat and more like just another powerful player in the mobile ecosystem.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

VMware Android handset virtualization hands-on

VMware and LG's virtualized Android OS demo at MWC 2011 is pretty slick. The speed of the transition from the owner's OS to the virtualized OS is nothing short of amazing considering it is all running from the device's SD card. As we posted earlier, the potential in the work world are pretty impressive: an

Marvell tips UMTS/TD-SCDMA combo chip, new open source dev platform

Marvell announced a 1.2GHz processor for mobile devices claimed to be the first to combine 3G UMTS and TD-SCDMA cellular technology. In addition to unveiling the PXA978 processor, which is also touted for its advanced 3D graphics and 1080p multimedia playback, Marvell announced an open source mobile development platform called Kinoma.

According to Marvell, the PXA978 offers a unique combination of UMTS (universal mobile telecommunications system) with China's TD-SCDMA (time division synchronous code division multiple access) -- including HSPA (high speed packet access) support. This will allow developers to create smartphones or tablets that can be used globally, saving months of design time and cost, the company says.

WWII bomb discovered in Vienna

Explosives experts had to defuse a 250-kilo aerial bomb in Vienna this afternoon (Tues).

The World War Two (WWII) era missile was found by construction workers at the site where the city’s new main train station is currently being built.

Monday, February 7, 2011

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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Lose your TV remote? Use a Samsung app on your Galaxy phone or Tab

Who needs a TV remote when you have a smartphone or tablet
Samsung has released an app to the Android Market that turns your Android-powered Samsung smartphone (OS 2.1 or up) or Galaxy Tab tablet into a digital remote--so long as you use it with a compatible TV.
The Samsung TV Remote uses Wi-Fi to form a connection with the TV. A QWERTY keyboard, numbers, and directional arrows do the rest of the work. 
The free remote app works with Samsung LED C6500 series and higher, the Samsung LCD C650 series and higher, and the Samsung Plasma C6500 series and higher. It will also work with some "smart TVs" from Sammy's 2011 lineup.

Source: reviews.cnet.com

Friday, February 4, 2011

Introducing Blogger Android App

Introducing Blogger Android App

Posted by Vinay Sekhri

Have you ever wanted to write up a quick blog post on the go? Now there is an easy way to do this on your Android phone! We are excited to announce our first version of the Blogger Android App. Using the app you can easily compose a post, attach a photo that you just took with your phone, and either save it as a local draft for later or immediately publish it to your blog. If you are an Android user, you can start using the Blogger app today by downloading it for free from the Android Market.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Dell Partners With Ubuntu for Linux Cloud Computing Technology

Ubuntu Linux vendor Canonical is expanding its cloud horizons this week, thanks to a new cloud partnership with Dell.
Dell will be making the Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) technology available on Dell PowerEdge C2100 and PowerEdge C6100 servers. The UEC deal marks a major milestone for Ubuntu as it moves from Dell (NASDAQ: DELL) desktops to servers.
"It is the first offer that involves Ubuntu Server Edition at Dell," Nicolas Barcet, Ubuntu Server product manager, told InternetNews.com. "So it's a major step extending the strong relationship we have had on Ubuntu Desktop and Netbook editions.

Google Debuts a Honey of an OS

By Richard AdhikariGoogle Debuts a Honey of an OS
Google hosted its big Honeycomb show-and-tell Wednesday, elaborating on the new Android version's features and capabilities. This is the first version of Android optimized specifically for tablet devices, and it will arrive in iPad rivals from many different manufacturers in the coming months. Google also released a preview of the Honeycomb SDK so developers can become accustomed to making apps for the platform.

Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) staged an in-depth look at its Android 3.0 operating system, aka "Honeycomb," at a press conference Wednesday. It marks the official arrival of the first version of the Android operating system to be optimized specifically with the tablet form factor in mind.