When Google started back in 1998, they surprised people by their simplistic design. Their page was clean and fast. They didn’t even have a footer, that people thought page is still loading! Their paid ads were all plain text, clearly visible and distinguishable. They were ahead of everybody else settings standards about user experience, and […]
I saw this today and thought it’s kind of new, to me at least. Google seem to be trying to build an AI that can understand and answer your query. The query seems to be able to best answer birth and death dates by analyzing popular sites content. You may try things like “Larry […]
So often do I come across an interesting article or video while browsing the web, especially using my mobile. I want to read the article, or I have something to do with that article, but I just don’t have the time (or iphone is too slow to keep up with the new OS 4) that […]
Have you ever tried Google Currency Converter? I always do. You simply Google for something like “100 USD in EUR” and you got it. Well now you can even get more. Historical chart of conversion rate, and a form to quickly calculate other amounts. Try it out!
[Guest Post By James Mowery] With the much anticipated upcoming release of Apple’s iPhone OS 4, especially with the recent iPhone prototype media leaks, tech fans wait to see how OS 4 stacks up against the Android 2.1 platform. Since Android 2.1 was released in January, it has steered many Apple cronies away from their […]
Some of you might have already heard about this. The Google Native Client SDK is an effort by Google in bringing the Native Client to the web, helping developers put real rich web applications, without heavy server call backs. Besides the promising future in this short video, you would see the automatic speech recognition in […]
This is an email I get from someone reporting the problem, and I thought it would be nice to publish the result for public benefit, so I might be doing more of this later on. Problem is it seems is Nokia 6500 Slide Gmail app is giving ‘no appropriate certificate’ or ‘certificate invalid’ error. What […]