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A Timeline Of HTML From HTML 1.0 To HTML 5.0 [Infographic]

A Timeline Of HTML From HTML 1.0 To HTML 5.0 [Infographic]

Rackspace has done an excellent infographic on the inception, and evolution, of HTML Code over the years. Right from the year when it was first created back in 1991 down to our days, the infographic details on how the code has evolved, elaborating on different HTML versions, and that how it has changed the web with it.

By On April 6, 2012 Respond
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Can Project Glass Lead To Augmented Reality Contact Lenses?

Can Project Glass Lead To Augmented Reality Contact Lenses?

Now that Google has spread its cards on the table and we know well how awesome and cutting-edge Google glasses are, things are already heating up as to the sheer possibilities this may lead to. For instance, now that we do know that augmented reality glasses are very real and practical, could it be that eventually we get to have something like augmented reality contact lenses, taking things to an even micro level?

By On April 5, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Rugby Smart 4G Android Phone By AT&T

Samsung Rugby Smart 4G Android Phone By AT&T

AT&T brings Samsung Rugby Smart 4G phone powered by Google’s Android operating system specially for those who needs a more durabable devices. The physical strength to handle whatever you throw at it. The special features of this phone provides water intrusion protection submersible to 1m for 30 minutes and dust proof. So an ideal device for active lifestyle consumers as well as enterprise customers whose smartphone has to take a beating. That is not all! The phone runs by a single-core 1.4 GHz processor to spreed up your corporate email, navigation, enhanced web browsing is supported and access to an abundance of content on the Android Marketplace.

By On April 5, 2012 Respond
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Leaked Images Of Galaxy Nexus Tablet

Leaked Images Of Galaxy Nexus Tablet

A few images of an alleged Galaxy Nexus tablet have made their way to the internet. Analysts, naturally, have scanned these images in detail to see if they reveal any credible information. A number of compelling arguments have been cited as to why it is indeed the Galaxy Nexus tablet. But then, there are very strong contentions too. The images are posted below.

By On April 5, 2012 Respond
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ASF Announces Citrix As The New Apache Platinum Sponsor

ASF Announces Citrix As The New Apache Platinum Sponsor

Recently, we reported that the Apache Software Foundation has promoted its Apache Rave project from incubation to a level up. At the heels of it, ASF has now announced that Citrix has joined the ranks of platinum sponsors for Apache, joining others such as Facebook, Yahoo, Microsoft and Google. To get the Platinum membership, an organization is supposed to make a yearly donation of $100,000.

By On April 4, 2012 Respond
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iPhone Pro Concept With 3D Camera

iPhone Pro Concept With 3D Camera

There have been a lot of iPhone concepts coined by designers around the world ever since Apple released the flagship line of smartphones. However, the iPhone ‘Pro’ concept, developed by Jinyoung Choi really takes the crown for a lot of reasons. It speaks of an iPhone that comes equipped with a 3D camera and a DSLR lens can be added to it with ease, making it one professional clicking tool.

By On April 3, 2012 Respond
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Facebook Phishing Attack Happened To Syrian Activists On The Social Network

Facebook Phishing Attack Happened To Syrian Activists On The Social Network

Recently, an ongoing Facebook phishing attack on Syrian pro-revolution forums on Facebook has been detected by the researchers from EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation). The Syrian Facebook users who are trying to remain active in some sense of political awareness use Facebook as their platform for expression. The freedom that they do not get otherwise from the Syrian media is provided by Facebook. Now they are target of a phishing attack on Facebook.

By On April 3, 2012 Respond
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Facebook Wants To Change Its Search Results

Facebook Wants To Change Its Search Results

Facebooking has become a huge part of those who remain active with their online activities. With the sharing features increased on Facebook, the content that the users are generating has also been on the upward hill. Just to cater to this newly created content, a former Google engineer had been hired by Facebook. Who better to look for content management than Google, which is able to put together a meaningful content generated by users.

By On April 2, 2012 Respond
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Boot Time Comparison: iPad 1 vs. iPad 2 vs. iPad 3 – Surprisingly iPad 1 Wins

Boot Time Comparison: iPad 1 vs. iPad 2 vs. iPad 3 – Surprisingly iPad 1 Wins

The result shocked me as well. iClarified performed the test and surprisingly result shows iPad 1 boots up fast and iPad 2 took 3 second more, but iPad 3 was last to boot-up and took almost 6 second more then iPad 1. Here we have the video and results below.

By On April 2, 2012 1 Response
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New iPod Nano Touch Concept By Enrico Penello

New iPod Nano Touch Concept By Enrico Penello

Gadget concepts are abound these days and many of them are lot cooler than the real thing – probably because thinking up an idea requires a lot of creativity and not a lot of production cost. Designer Enrico Penello has now spun out an all new concept of an iPod Touch Nano. And to say the least, it is beautiful and loads better than the actual iPod Nano.

By On April 1, 2012 Respond
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ExpensePad – Premium Expenses Book Keeping App For iOS [Free]

ExpensePad – Premium Expenses Book Keeping App For iOS [Free]

ExpensePad is an wonderful finance app developed by Willengale Solutions Ltd. With this app you can keep record all of your expenses, so you can keep control your budget! This app was cost $1.99 which is totally Free now to download from iTunes store under finance category.

By On April 1, 2012 Respond
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Sony Vaio Q: World’s Smallest Ultrabook [April Fool's Joke]

Sony Vaio Q: World’s Smallest Ultrabook [April Fool's Joke]

Sony demands that their Vaio Q is the world’s smallest ultrabook. The Vaio Q is now available in full HD 0.75″ x 1.25″ screen size with a revolutionary feature set and monolithic design, the VAIO Q Series Ultrabook leaves little to be desired. The Q Series Ultrabook has much less light reflection, so you can enjoy a crisper, clearer image.

By On April 1, 2012 Respond
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Trampoline Gaming System Encourages Exercise, Reduces Strain

Trampoline Gaming System Encourages Exercise, Reduces Strain

Most of the gaming user interfaces have been concentrating on making the feel of the game, and graphics, more real and life-like. That, however, doesn’t make them any more suitable for people who are aged and who, incidentally, wouldn’t cope very well to motion-sensor gadgets either. Now, University of Tsukuba is working on a trampoline gaming system that is really fun, does not require you to exert yourself and is quite suitable even for senior citizens.

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[Tutorial] How To Share Your Computer Screen On Easy Way

[Tutorial] How To Share Your Computer Screen On Easy Way

Whenever you had to share your screen with someone, whether it was for work, with friends or family, to help someone who have computer problems, teaching someone or nay other reasons, you and person with whom you are sharing your screen had to install the same applications. To avoid this problem and complicated setups and additional downloads you can use ScreenLeap web app that will help you on incredibly simple way share your screen with as many people a you wish, and all that without installing anything on your computer. In this tutorial I will show you how to do that.

By On March 31, 2012 Respond
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[Infographic] What Happens On The Internet In 60 Seconds

[Infographic] What Happens On The Internet In 60 Seconds

We often talk about how the growth of internet is explosive and how soon the whole world will be hooked to this medium. But words can not procure it as effectively as this infographic by Intel does. According to the infographic, netizens make some 2 million Google searches and 100,000 tweets every minute!

By On March 31, 2012 Respond
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