jeudi 21 février 2013

Are You Creative Enough To Wear Google Glass?

Are You Creative Enough To Wear Google Glass?


Are You Creative Enough To Wear Google Glass?

Posted: 20 Feb 2013 07:01 AM PST

Eager to get your own slice of Google future ever since the search giant officially unveiled its vision for Project Glass nearly a year back? Well, it looks like you would get it sooner than you imagined.

With each and every announcement coming out of the Google stable, Google Glass' veil of secrecy seems to be pulling down slowly and steadily. And this time around, the company has come out with a video (below) that shows Google Glass' UI in real world situations —as in jumping from a plane. Looks like the real deal. Isn't it?

Firefox 19 Comes With A Built-in PDF Viewer

Posted: 20 Feb 2013 05:37 AM PST

The built-in PDF viewer allows you to read PDFs directly within the browser.

Control Your Linux PC With Voice Commands: Siri For Linux?

Posted: 20 Feb 2013 12:50 AM PST

James McClain has managed to get voice recognition working on GNU/Linux. You can now open sites, ask questions and perform other tasks just by voice. While initially developed for Ubuntu it is distro agnostic and can be used by other distributions as well.

McClain explains that the program has 4 parts which include, 'handling hotkeys, transcribing speech, command recognition and the actual command scripts.

A bash script handles the Hotkeys and the transcribing speech is provided by Google.

He tells me:

SwiftKey Brings Flow To Android, Now On Google Play

Posted: 20 Feb 2013 12:15 AM PST

The most popular Android keyboard called SwiftKey is out of beta and is now available on Google Play Store.

Sony Xperia Z May Get Android 4.2.2 Update In March

Posted: 19 Feb 2013 09:50 PM PST

A leaked screenshot raises hopes that the newest flavour may come by late March.

Swipe Launches Android-Powered Phone Tablets In India

Posted: 19 Feb 2013 09:13 PM PST

Swipe Fablet F2 is claimed to be India's first 2G dual SIM smartphone fablet, while Swipe Fablet F3 runs on the latest Android 4.1.1 operating system.