Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Apple October 2013 event.

We are moments away from the Apple event.
It is expected that Apple launches a new iPad,  updates for Mac OS X, and more.

We will post all what you need to know about the new iPad very soon.
Stay Tuned.

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Saturday, October 5, 2013

In the memory of Steve Jobs

It was yesterday, two years ago, when the world shocked by a news announcing the death of Steve Jobs, Founder and CEO of Apple Inc. after a struggle with Pancreatic Cancer.

Many of us now are related to a product of Apple that was created during Jobs' era. It is sad for the world to lose such a brilliant mind. A mind that was a perfect example of how technology, entrepreneurship, and liberal arts can meet.
Last year Apple had put together a short video highlighting the most memorable events during Jobs' life. 

Apple has a special page on its website for Jobs. You can also share your condolences by sending it to rememberingsteve@apple.com
By Sarbast_m

Thursday, October 3, 2013

VW Introduces Augmented Reaily iPad App for its cars.

The German-based giant automobile manufacturer, VW,  has introduced an iPad app that gives detailed instructions on how to dismantle a car's parts.

As augmented reality is getting more popular, it sounds like it is the near-future technology. Once the app downloaded and run, it uses the iPad's built-in camera to scan the car, and will tell you how to remove the parts one-by-one.

Germany is known for advanced researches on utilizing information technology in the automobile industry.

Would you use this for your car? Leave a comment and tell us what you think.

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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Google Introduces a new software for Web Designing

Google introduced a new tool for designing websites that support HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript. The company says it will allow designers and developers to build webpages quicker than before.

We have just installed it, and we are playing around with the software.

The first impression we got is that it has a clean interface, straight forward looking, with the buttons on the left and top are self-explanatory. We also noticed some good looking 3D features when we played around with some shapes. 

Stay tuned for a full review soon.

You can download the Beta version from this link WebDesigner.

Here is a screenshot of the interface.

Leave a comment and tell us what you think!

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