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These Movie Posters are still great after so many years and are an inspiration to designers even today. #throwbacktogreatposters #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #newidentity #bollywood #Posters #throwback #cinema #films #media #indiancinema #1970s #1980s #1990s #graphicdesign #inspiration #trending #design #designer #entertainment #pankajtripathi #mirzapur #weekend #digitalart #digitalalert #digitalmarketing #agencylife #amitabhbachchan

These Movie Posters are still great after so many years and are an inspiration to designers even today. #throwbacktogreatposters #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #newidentity #bollywood #Posters #throwback #cinema #films #media #indiancinema #1970s #1980s #1990s #graphicdesign #inspiration #trending #design #designer #entertainment #pankajtripathi #mirzapur #weekend #digitalart #digitalalert #digitalmarketing #agencylife #amitabhbachchan

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#TechNews: #Gmail will soon block #JavaScript file attachments to reduce malicious attacks! #Business #Technology #Innovations #JS #TechnologyHouse #GoogleNews #DigitalAgency #TechnologyConsultancy

#TechNews: #Gmail will soon block #JavaScript file attachments to reduce malicious attacks! #Business #Technology #Innovations #JS #TechnologyHouse #GoogleNews #DigitalAgency #TechnologyConsultancy

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... Google I/O ... Every year, the Google faithful from around the world gather in San Francisco to hear what’s next for everybody’s favorite monolithic tech giant at Google I/O. To get in, you need to buy a ticket, but said tickets usually sell out within minutes. Google will be changing that this year. Sundar Pichai took to Google Plus on Wednesday to announce that Google I/O would be returning to the Moscone Center on June 25. The event will run until the next day and will once again be live streamed all around the world to individuals and Google I/O Extended community events. Interestingly enough, Google will be doing away with its first come first serve ticket sales system this year. In previous years, Google has had to put up with complaints from developers who encountered errors and problems that prevented them from obtaining tickets despite them being on the Web site as soon as it opened. Google has also had to contend with scalpers that buy tickets in bulk and sell them back to developers at double or triple the original cost.

... Google I/O ... Every year, the Google faithful from around the world gather in San Francisco to hear what’s next for everybody’s favorite monolithic tech giant at Google I/O. To get in, you need to buy a ticket, but said tickets usually sell out within minutes. Google will be changing that this year. Sundar Pichai took to Google Plus on Wednesday to announce that Google I/O would be returning to the Moscone Center on June 25. The event will run until the next day and will once again be live streamed all around the world to individuals and Google I/O Extended community events. Interestingly enough, Google will be doing away with its first come first serve ticket sales system this year. In previous years, Google has had to put up with complaints from developers who encountered errors and problems that prevented them from obtaining tickets despite them being on the Web site as soon as it opened. Google has also had to contend with scalpers that buy tickets in bulk and sell them back to developers at double or triple the original cost.

... Google I/O ... Every year, the Google faithful from around the world gather in San Francisco to hear what’s next for everybody’s favorite monolithic tech giant at Google I/O. To get in, you need to buy a ticket, but said tickets usually sell out within minutes. Google will be changing that this year. Sundar Pichai took to Google Plus on Wednesday to announce that Google I/O would be returning to the Moscone Center on June 25. The event will run until the next day and will once again be live streamed all around the world to individuals and Google I/O Extended community events. Interestingly enough, Google will be doing away with its first come first serve ticket sales system this year. In previous years, Google has had to put up with complaints from developers who encountered errors and problems that prevented them from obtaining tickets despite them being on the Web site as soon as it opened. Google has also had to contend with scalpers that buy tickets in bulk and sell them back to developers at double or triple the original cost.

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Firefox OS for Mobile device is coming.. Originally introduced as the Boot2Gecko (B2G) project, Firefox OS is a next-generation operating system that is describes as “magical”. This platform has the potential to break the mobile OS space open. Firefox OS is far from the screenshots in the blog post. The graphics are cleaner and based from a video of a Firefox OS demo, the interaction is smoother and tighter. The way it is shaping up, the Mobile OS as we know it is on its was to be “webified,” ie, folks who know how to code using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can make full-fledged apps. Because Firefox OS is constructed using HTML, JavaScript and CSS it means you only need basic Web development skills to reach in and completely change the device experience. You could literally change one line of CSS and completely change the way the icons on the homescreen look, or re-write some core JavaScript files that handle phone-calls. Folks in Brazil will get to see a mass-market release of affordable phones (not iPhone-level for sure) with Firefox OS via Telefonica, and this will be a testbed for how this new OS will be deployed commercially. Hacker-types can of course download Firefox OS and install an instance on their phones (Android phones most likely) and even already write apps. Let’s see how Firefox OS will progress in the next few months.

Firefox OS for Mobile device is coming.. Originally introduced as the Boot2Gecko (B2G) project, Firefox OS is a next-generation operating system that is describes as “magical”. This platform has the potential to break the mobile OS space open. Firefox OS is far from the screenshots in the blog post. The graphics are cleaner and based from a video of a Firefox OS demo, the interaction is smoother and tighter. The way it is shaping up, the Mobile OS as we know it is on its was to be “webified,” ie, folks who know how to code using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can make full-fledged apps. Because Firefox OS is constructed using HTML, JavaScript and CSS it means you only need basic Web development skills to reach in and completely change the device experience. You could literally change one line of CSS and completely change the way the icons on the homescreen look, or re-write some core JavaScript files that handle phone-calls. Folks in Brazil will get to see a mass-market release of affordable phones (not iPhone-level for sure) with Firefox OS via Telefonica, and this will be a testbed for how this new OS will be deployed commercially. Hacker-types can of course download Firefox OS and install an instance on their phones (Android phones most likely) and even already write apps. Let’s see how Firefox OS will progress in the next few months.

Firefox OS for Mobile device is coming.. Originally introduced as the Boot2Gecko (B2G) project, Firefox OS is a next-generation operating system that is describes as “magical”. This platform has the potential to break the mobile OS space open. Firefox OS is far from the screenshots in the blog post. The graphics are cleaner and based from a video of a Firefox OS demo, the interaction is smoother and tighter. The way it is shaping up, the Mobile OS as we know it is on its was to be “webified,” ie, folks who know how to code using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can make full-fledged apps. Because Firefox OS is constructed using HTML, JavaScript and CSS it means you only need basic Web development skills to reach in and completely change the device experience. You could literally change one line of CSS and completely change the way the icons on the homescreen look, or re-write some core JavaScript files that handle phone-calls. Folks in Brazil will get to see a mass-market release of affordable phones (not iPhone-level for sure) with Firefox OS via Telefonica, and this will be a testbed for how this new OS will be deployed commercially. Hacker-types can of course download Firefox OS and install an instance on their phones (Android phones most likely) and even already write apps. Let’s see how Firefox OS will progress in the next few months.

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Scientists build a transistor from DNA In a computer, a transistor acts like a tiny switch that can be turned on or off. Computer processors, or “chips,” use hundreds of millions — and often billions — of transistors to keep information flowing. They’re used for memory, too. For example, a photograph on a memory card is saved as a series of switches in specific positions. DNA can be used to build those switches, too, say scientists who worked on the new study. They call their bio-switch a transcriptor. And it could be used with other DNA devices to build biological computers. Transistors work by controlling the flow of electricity. In one position, they let the electricity pass. In the other position, they stop the flow. A DNA switch wouldn’t affect electricity. Instead, such a device would work by either making a molecule called a protein or not.

Scientists build a transistor from DNA In a computer, a transistor acts like a tiny switch that can be turned on or off. Computer processors, or “chips,” use hundreds of millions — and often billions — of transistors to keep information flowing. They’re used for memory, too. For example, a photograph on a memory card is saved as a series of switches in specific positions. DNA can be used to build those switches, too, say scientists who worked on the new study. They call their bio-switch a transcriptor. And it could be used with other DNA devices to build biological computers. Transistors work by controlling the flow of electricity. In one position, they let the electricity pass. In the other position, they stop the flow. A DNA switch wouldn’t affect electricity. Instead, such a device would work by either making a molecule called a protein or not.

Scientists build a transistor from DNA In a computer, a transistor acts like a tiny switch that can be turned on or off. Computer processors, or “chips,” use hundreds of millions — and often billions — of transistors to keep information flowing. They’re used for memory, too. For example, a photograph on a memory card is saved as a series of switches in specific positions. DNA can be used to build those switches, too, say scientists who worked on the new study. They call their bio-switch a transcriptor. And it could be used with other DNA devices to build biological computers. Transistors work by controlling the flow of electricity. In one position, they let the electricity pass. In the other position, they stop the flow. A DNA switch wouldn’t affect electricity. Instead, such a device would work by either making a molecule called a protein or not.

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What is Google Glass & How it works..? Google Glass is a wearable computer with a head-mounted display, with the mission of producing a mass-market ubiquitous computer. Google Glass displays information in a smartphone-like hands-free format, that can interact with the Internet via natural language voice commands. Well, artist Martin Missfeldt created an infographic that explains the wonders of technology behind Google's technologically-enhanced glasses. At the heart of the tech that makes Google Glass tick are a mini projector and a semi-transparent prism which project an augmented reality layer of information directly to the user's retina. We don't have a lot of the final details on specs just yet - but it is expected Google Glass to run modified Android. Google is considering partnering with sunglass retailers such as Ray-Ban or Warby Parker, and may also open retail stores to allow customers to try on the device. The Explorer Edition cannot be used by people who wear prescription glasses, but Google has confirmed that Glass will eventually work with frames and lenses.

What is Google Glass & How it works..? Google Glass is a wearable computer with a head-mounted display, with the mission of producing a mass-market ubiquitous computer. Google Glass displays information in a smartphone-like hands-free format, that can interact with the Internet via natural language voice commands. Well, artist Martin Missfeldt created an infographic that explains the wonders of technology behind Google's technologically-enhanced glasses. At the heart of the tech that makes Google Glass tick are a mini projector and a semi-transparent prism which project an augmented reality layer of information directly to the user's retina. We don't have a lot of the final details on specs just yet - but it is expected Google Glass to run modified Android. Google is considering partnering with sunglass retailers such as Ray-Ban or Warby Parker, and may also open retail stores to allow customers to try on the device. The Explorer Edition cannot be used by people who wear prescription glasses, but Google has confirmed that Glass will eventually work with frames and lenses.

What is Google Glass & How it works..? Google Glass is a wearable computer with a head-mounted display, with the mission of producing a mass-market ubiquitous computer. Google Glass displays information in a smartphone-like hands-free format, that can interact with the Internet via natural language voice commands. Well, artist Martin Missfeldt created an infographic that explains the wonders of technology behind Google's technologically-enhanced glasses. At the heart of the tech that makes Google Glass tick are a mini projector and a semi-transparent prism which project an augmented reality layer of information directly to the user's retina. We don't have a lot of the final details on specs just yet - but it is expected Google Glass to run modified Android. Google is considering partnering with sunglass retailers such as Ray-Ban or Warby Parker, and may also open retail stores to allow customers to try on the device. The Explorer Edition cannot be used by people who wear prescription glasses, but Google has confirmed that Glass will eventually work with frames and lenses.

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Google kills off free Google Apps offering - Recent changes to Google Apps for Businesses has meant that Google's previously free Apps offering has been discontinued. In an announcement on the company's Google Enterprise blog today, Google Director of Product Management for Google Apps Clay Bavor said that businesses were too quickly outgrowing the free version of Google Apps, and asking for or moving to paid premium accounts. Instead of a free, limited-user version of Google Apps and the paid premium-based version, Google will now only offer the subscription version.

Google kills off free Google Apps offering - Recent changes to Google Apps for Businesses has meant that Google's previously free Apps offering has been discontinued. In an announcement on the company's Google Enterprise blog today, Google Director of Product Management for Google Apps Clay Bavor said that businesses were too quickly outgrowing the free version of Google Apps, and asking for or moving to paid premium accounts. Instead of a free, limited-user version of Google Apps and the paid premium-based version, Google will now only offer the subscription version.

Google kills off free Google Apps offering - Recent changes to Google Apps for Businesses has meant that Google's previously free Apps offering has been discontinued. In an announcement on the company's Google Enterprise blog today, Google Director of Product Management for Google Apps Clay Bavor said that businesses were too quickly outgrowing the free version of Google Apps, and asking for or moving to paid premium accounts. Instead of a free, limited-user version of Google Apps and the paid premium-based version, Google will now only offer the subscription version.

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