Hope you all are fine 🙂 That’s not a post for some kind of information or a review as you must be expecting… Actually I am in final year of my BS computer science now and i have to select an interesting final year project related to web or networking or some other discipline. So i thought why not to ask some advice from the readers of my blog. So if someone of you has knowledge about some kind of interesting project or has done any project related to computer sciences, please give me information about that. I haven’t selected it yet and after googling for 2 hours I got no exciting idea. I would be so glad to get any kind of help and all the ideas are much appreciated. Help me, thanking you in anticipation. Waiting for your replies 🙂 xxx
Today I came across some hilarious but interesting pictures regarding some interesting facs about computer and web. I decided to share them with you too. I am sure you will enjoy them if you are a computer geek !
Lol ! You may have an idea why he was fired…..?
In Samsung Company their is a ban on eating apple because they are afraid of Apple and all the Samsung poducts look insane infront of any of the Apple products. Bravo Samsung ! Continue reading →
Interviewer : Tell me about yourself.
Candidate: I …am Rameshwar Kulkarni. I did my Tele Communication engineering from BabanRao Dhole-Patil Inst it ute of Technology.
Interviewer : BabanRao Dhole-Patil Institute of Technology? I had never heard of this college before!
Candidate : Great! Even I had not heard of it before getting an admission into it ..
What happened is – due to cricket world cup I scored badly! in 12th.I was getting a paid seat in a good college. But my father said (I prefer to call him ‘baap’) – “I can not invest so much of money”.(The baap actually said – “I will never waste so much of money on you”). So I had to join this college. Frankly speaking this name – BabanRao Dhole-Patil, can at the most be related to a Shetakari Mahavidyalaya Continue reading →
Considering the fact that the hardware on an iPhone is limited, iOS is great for a mobile operating system but it will never match the functionality of a modern day desktop operating system. That might change in the near future.
With modern day phones getting quad core processors and gigabytes of ram, the next iPhones may be available to afford the load of stripped down version of desktop operating system. We might see the popular mac OS running on iPhones. The thought of the possibility of having the power of a desktop in the grip of your hand is indeed a majestic one.
2) Return of Google Maps
Due to the uptight response from the proud owners over the removal of Google Maps in iPhone 5, reinstating them would not be a bad idea in further models to say the least.
If by any chance Apple had decided not to pull it off, then their custom Maps could definitely reach an improvement on their part. Continue reading →
In North America, it’s become almost a cliché in science fiction to turn Japan and Korea into superpowers of the future. From William Gibson’s first cyberpunk novel Neuromancer, to David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas (now a movie), we are bombarded with images of a hyper-futuristic world dominated culturally and economically by these Asian countries. And yet, despite intense political debates (and fearmongering) over China’s growing hold over the U.S., we rarely see science fiction stories that depict it becoming a superpower. It’s like we’re afraid to imagine in fiction what the U.S. presidential candidates argued over repeatedly in their debates. Even the remake of Red Dawn shies away from a Chinese future; the movie was about a Chinese invasion, but that detail was changed in post-production to North Korea.
Still, there are stories like Looper and Maureen McHugh’s novel China Mountain Zhang that are set in a future where China has eclipsed the West. A few themes emerge from stories like these, where most U.S. and Canadian fiction fears to go. Continue reading →
Samsung has just teamed up with Yahoo, creating a multi-year partnership that will bring the search company’s interactive Connected TV platform to Sammy’s 2012 lineup of smart TVs
Connected TV—software that brings interactive content like trivia, program statistics and playable games to the shows you’re watching—hasn’t gotten off to the best of starts so far. Clearly, though, Samsung thinks it shows promise. In particular, the tie-in will allow Samsung TV users to use their smartphone or tablet as an extra remote, or as a means through which to consume Yahoo’s additional content. That sounds pretty good.
The one major downside? Yahoo’s service also recognizes commercials—so you could expect twice the advertising along with your entertainment.
“Can you hear me now?” an all time favourite saying said by cellular users nationwide. A quote that caught on like a hot wild fire on a summers day. Facebook “Talk” is the newest trends among today’s society.
Your Name: status update, what are you doing, is the first thing most Facebook users do once they log in. Update the world on what we are doing, wearing, who we are with or what kind of mood we are in. Status share everything about us, but we are the ones doing the sharing as the rest of the world waits and reads our life stories minute by minute.
The latest Facebook trend seems to be “Copy this in your status and pass it alone” The old fashioned chain letter or statements to give a boost in ones day. We, the Facebook user, as we know it basically represent sheep. We follow by direction with out question. We see it as a status and right away, we copy it as ours and keep the chain going. Good and bad can stem from this but non the less posses a unique trend to not only be a part of, but to watch and analyze how doing what we do on a daily basis with out thought can be the exact same thing everyone else is doing all over the world.
To all visitors who have come to the page because they read it in a status or they stumbled upon in an web based article, please comment and leave only your name and city. This can show how many people posted this as a status and followed everyone else like a sheep. Its also a neat way to find out how many people all over the world actually stumbled across this page as well. Happy Blogging to all!
Stealing is wrong. Downloading software illegally, without paying for it, and then using it, is wrong. There are no two ways about it. That said, I can’t help but feel that some companies want you to break the law. Take Adobe for example, whose discriminatory international pricing scheme actively encourages piracy.
In truth, companies sometimes derive important advantages from users stealing their software — widespread adoption being just one example. And recently, I couldn’t help but notice a confluence of factors that made me feel that Microsoft really won’t be very sorry if you steal Windows 8. Here’s why: Continue reading →