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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Galaxy S III is coming in February?

     Several rumored that Samsung will launch the next version of the popular smartphone Galaxy S in February at the Mobile World Congress.



According to TheNextWeb, Samsung is preparing to launch Galaxy S III in February during the Mobile Telecommunications Congress World Congress in Barcelona.

It is expected that, among the novelties of the new smartphone is quad-core processors and 3D technology as a way to distinguish the smartphone competition.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

FedEx delivery goes wrong

Is it real or staged? The delivery of this video has been viewed more than a million times, led to dozens of videos and thousands of reply comments.



The author of the video says that it is a reality footage, captured by your video surveillance system. FedEx says it is trying to identify who made the courier delivery under these conditions.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Google teaches programming for Android

    Google wants to help developers overcome the difficulties of programming for theAndroid and provides lessons for free.




    Optimizing the use of battery different screens or plan to improve the sound of the application are some of the lessons available on the site for Android developers.Google intends to respond directly to issues that developers face in their day-to-day.


Each class responds to a specific topic and there are code samples that can beused by the "students"This is Google's attempt to get more applications to join the250,000 already there, but are still far from the 500 000 available in the Apple AppStore.

What are the most difficult of developing for Android? This type of initiatives areuseful?

Friday, December 16, 2011

Boston hospital sends patients home with robots

   The Children's Hospital Boston, USA, started to use robots for telepresencecompany to make children go home or stay in the infirmary recovering fromoperations.

Hospital de Boston manda doentes para casa com a companhia de robôs


    The initiative started with five robots manufactured by Vgo Communications with the aim of creating a new line of communication with patients, says Popular Science.
The robots, measuring about 137 cm, equipped with cameras, microphones, display, and a network of next generation mobile phones.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Paul Allen, founder of Microsoft, wants to take people into space in 2015 (video)


The new company already tried to order the production of a spacecraft composed oftwo modules: a record-size rocket, and a space capsule with a rocket booster that will disengage the carrier space so to get to space.


The spacecraft is being built by companies SpaceX and Scaled Compositeslocated in a large hangar in Mojave, California. According to New Scientist, the project brings together some established names in the aerospace industry (BurtRutan, who designed SpaceShipOne for Virgin Galactic and Mike Griffin, former head of NASA has joined the Stratolaunch Systems).

Monday, December 12, 2011

Bug in FIFA 12: Carrol and Fabianski kiss on the mouth


They toss in unexpected witticisms, facial expressions, and idiosyncratic actions--just for the sheer fun of it. But what could have been going on among EA's FIFA 12 development team to create the stunning action I have, well, embedded here?
For at the end of what seems to be entirely innocent sporting action, pony-tailed Andy Carroll of Liverpool and goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski of Arsenal collide and then start snogging.


Should you not be familiar with that term, it is the colloquial English for kissing. And what happens here seems beyond what normally happens on an English soccer field, if only slightly beyond.
European soccer players do offer each other fulsome affection after a goal has been scored. What is peculiar here, though, is that it is players of opposing teams who are making out.
Could this really be an innocent glitch? Is someone who is neither a fan of Arsenal nor Liverpool--or perhaps these two individual players--behind this spontaneous action? Or might someone outside of EA have merely created this animation in order to titillate the world?


Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Facebook: Anyone can see your private photos


     A surprising security hole in Facebook allows almost anyone to see pictures marked as private, an online forum revealed late Monday. 

Even pictures supposedly kept hidden from uninvited eyes by Facebook’s privacy controls aren’t safe, reported one user of a popular bodybuilding forum in a post entitled “I teach you how to view private Facebook photos.”