Greg Gage is on a mission to make brain science accessible to all. In this fun, kind of creepy demo, the neuroscientist and TED Senior Fellow uses a simple, inexpensive DIY kit to take away the free will of an audience member. It’s not a parlor trick; it actually works. You have to see it to believe it.
Google planned to be wireless carrier, it won’t allow the whole world to use it but will be allowed for US citizens who travel abroad.
According to The Telegraph they are in discussion with carriers like 3 network so that the designed network would able to allow US citizen to take voice calls, SMS without changing to local networks.
How would this impact to Google and the users that could only be known later, because we are still not sure that whether its their pet project or it would really allow the world to talk without paying a single Cent.
Let see how this will move the telecommunication global system.
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The impact of wearables will direct an individual to follow the predefined system that help an environment to safe time with the cost of technology.
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New release of WeChat desktop version for Windows users close to an year wait after Macs launch. Company has introduced Mac version last year to their Mac users and now it is available for Windows users as well.
Just like the WhatsApp Web client launched last week, in order to get up and running with WeChat for PC, you’ll need to scan a QR code from within the mobile app. Once your phone is linked to your computer, messages will be mirrored across both devices, but alerts will only show on your computer. For now, it’s only available in Chinese.
If downloading another program to your computer just feels like too much effort, you can, of course, still use the Web-based WeChat client from any operating system.
➤ WeChat for Windows [via TheNextWeb via Tech In Asia ]
Delhi: A piece of news that many WhatsApp users have been eagerly waiting for quite some time is finally here. WhatsApp is now officially available on your Web browser, a feature that many competing instant messaging services already have.
Though the WhatsApp roll out for desktop comes with a caveat – it is currently available only on Google Chrome browser. Though WhatsApp says it will add support for other browsers soon.
“Our web client is simply an extension of your phone: the web browser mirrors conversations and messages from your mobile device – this means all of your messages still live on your phone,” WhatsApp said in a blog post.
To connect your web browser to your WhatsApp client, go to web.whatsapp.com in your Google Chrome browser. Scan the QR code with WhatsApp on your phone and the WhatsApp on your phone would be paired with the WhatsApp web client.
Your phone will need to be connected to the Internet for the Web client to work. WhatsApp Web will however not available for iOS users due to Apple platform limitations.
WhatsApp was acquired by Facebook last year for nearly $22 billion. Facebook in October completed its buy of WhatsApp in a stock-and-cash deal.
The acquisition highlighted the stunning growth of mobile messaging but also prompted analyst questions on the price paid by Facebook and future plans for the service.
Source: IBN Live – MSN
Yearly developer event of April 29 – May 1 will begin from January 22, 2015, today Microsoft has announced the date so that the enrollment will be kicked off and early registration will their seats for the BUILD event.
After Microsoft’s Windows 10 consumer event Microsoft declared the date of registrations, where the company is expected to reveal new end user features like its rumored Spartan browser.
Add this to your calendar so that you will be the part of the event because as everyone knows the tickets will be sold quickly for the show, it cost just $2,095.
➤ Registration for Build 2015 opens Jan. 22 [Microsoft Blog]