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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Highest Ever Resolution Photos of the SUN Captured

NASA has captured the highest ever resolution photos of the star that gives the fuel to run our planet, the Sun. The high-resolution photos of the sun’s corona have been captured by the telescope aboard the NASA rocket that was launched on July 11. This has been indicated in a NASA report titled, “NASA Telescope Captures Sharpest Images of Sun’s Corona.”
 Credit: NASA

Incredible Demand of Google Nexus 7 16GB Tablets

Google Nexus 7 Tablet is selling like Hot Cakes and due to its increased demand Google halts new orders for Google Nexus 7. Google Nexus 7 which was launched only a weeks earlier is in great demand now.

Sources close to Google say the search giant seriously underestimated the demand for the 16GB version of its 7in Nexus 7 tablet, which has sold out from stockists and other sources while demand for the smaller 8GB version remains comparatively low.

Biometric Shoe Insoles - Footprints to Identify Individuals

Meet the new Biometric Shoe. A new way to identify a person. We all know that everyone has unique fingerprints likewise everyone does have an unique foot prints. Yes, this Biometric Shoe will scan your unique footprint by the pressure you apply on your feet and your Style of Walking and it compares the measurements to the list in the database and will Display the details of the person! This is a revolutionary technology and so does security.

A new lab is working to perfect special shoe insoles that can help monitor access to high-security areas, like nuclear power plants or special military bases.The concept is based on research that shows each person has unique feet, and ways of walking. Sensors in the bio-soles check the pressure of feet, monitor gait, and use a microcomputer to compare the patterns to a master file for that person. If the patterns match the bio-soles go to sleep. If they don't, a wireless alarm message can go out.

Watch Satyamev Jayate 23rd July Episode in Hindi and Telugu

After air, the next most vital thing for our survival is water. While at the moment we have enough water for our needs, a time is likely to come when our water supply runs out and we have to buy water at a price similar to fuel. The solution, which some people have implemented, is to save and store rainwater.

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Fake Facebook Photo Tagging Notification Email - Sophos Warns!!

Security experts Sophos have pointed out a new spam campaign that is aimed at Facebook users, designed to infect recipients' computers with malware.

The spam mail lures Facebook users by telling them they have been tagged in a photograph. On clicking the link, users are directed to a dubious photo. However, by then the web browser is taken to a malicious iFrame script that supposedly launches the exploit kit, known as Blackhole. The exploit then opens gates to your system for more malware attacks.

Google Acquires Sparrow - iOS And OSX E-Mail Client

The best alternative to Apple’s native mail app on iOS has been acquired by Google in a deal valued at just under $25 million.

Sparrow, a mail application that started in the Mac App Store and made its way over to the iOS app store, was picked up by Google in an effort to enhance the search engine’s Gmail service.

Samsung could launch Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet August 15

Samsung Electronics has some announcement up its sleeve for August 15. We don't know what it is officially, but guesses are its a tablet.