Google goggles:

Google goggles

Google are close to launch the new revolutionary technology “Google goggles” which allow users all the features of SmartPhones.

Google goggles will contain the some extraordinary features such as it is believed that it will allow you to make calls with inbuilt microphone, surfing the net and email.

The main menu will be controlled with the help of pointer which can be moved with the little tilt of head.

Google goggles users can deactivate the surfing mode and use the goggles as like normal ones.

This revolutionary device will use the 3G technology or the next-generation 4G mobile networks and reports are suggesting that these goggles will coast less then iPhone and might be available in the end of this year.

Seth Weintraub from the 9 to 5 Google blog said: “The system currently used is a head tilting to scroll and click, We are told it is very quick to learn and once the user is adept at navigation, it becomes second nature and almost indistinguishable to outside users.

“These glasses, we heard, have a front-facing camera used to gather information and could aid in augmented reality apps. The heads-up display is only for one eye and on the side.”

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How To Made Funny Teddy Bear From Socks

In this pictorial  tutorial we learn how to made funny teddy bear from socks. Made this in your free time and share with your children and love-one’s. For making this funny teddy bear you need:-

  1. Thread.
  2. Needle.
  3. Needle.
  4. Scissor.
  5. Pen or Marker.
  6. Embroidery Beats or Buttons for making eyes.

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Have you seen before World’s Top Creative Mouse Collection ?

If not then scroll down and see how these are, Hope you like these mouse collections.

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Microsoft vs Google:

Microsoft’s corporate vice president for Internet Explorer claimed that Google is bypassing the privacy settings of internet explorer’s users.

Microsoft vs Google

Mr. Dean Hachamovitch said that they find out about it after they read about Google’s bypassing of privacy settings of Apple’s Safari browser.

Microsoft claimed that Google is using the same tactic that they use against Safari as they got the default privacy protections in Internet Explorer and track IE users with cookies.

Mr Hachamovitch yesterday wrote blog post which reads: “When the IE team heard that Google had bypassed user privacy settings on Safari, we asked ourselves a simple question: Is Google circumventing the privacy preferences of Internet Explorer users too? We’ve discovered the answer is yes: Google is employing similar methods to get around the default privacy protections in IE and track IE users with cookies.”

While on the other hand Google’s senior Vice President of Communications and Policy Rachel Whetstone said: “Microsoft omitted important information from its blog post,”

“Microsoft uses a “self-declaration” protocol – known as “P3P” – dating from 2002 under which Microsoft asks websites to represent their privacy practices in machine-readable form. It is well known – including by Microsoft – that it is impractical to comply with Microsoft’s request while providing modern web functionality. We have been open about our approach, as have many other websites,”

“Today the Microsoft policy is widely non-operational. A 2010 research report indicated that over 11,000 websites were not issuing valid P3P policies as requested by Microsoft.”

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