Google Street View Heads To The Amazon

Imagine that you can travel the Amazon without leaving your home. Soon, it will be possible with Google Street View. Soon you will be able to navigate the Amazon and the Black River from your home and discover the biodiversity of the planet’s most remote areas.

A team of Street View in Brazil and the members of Google Earth Outreach are taking images of the rivers, forests and the tribes living in that area to upload to Street View. The project will also help the Foundation for a Sustainable Amazon (FAS), a local nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the environment. The FAS will be responsible for taking pictures and posting them on Street View.

Google Street View Heads To The Amazon

Street View Trike will be used to traverse the narrow dirt roads that make up the peoples of the Amazon and spend as close as possible to the areas where civilization meets the forest. Another way to capture images of the river will be through a boat. The tripod is used in this case to show how people live in places like a community center or school in the middle of the Amazon.

Google Street View Heads To The Amazon

In this first phase of the project, teams of Google and FAS to take pictures of an area covering 50 km from the Black River and extending from Tumbira, near Manaus, to the area of Terra Preta. This project will show the riches of the Amazon in a way never seen before, is also a unique opportunity for travelers, scholars of the environment and generally for all those who feel interest in one of the most beautiful landscapes on the planet.

HTC EVO 3D launched in India for Rs 35,990/-

HTC EVO 3D launched in India for Rs 35,990/-

Finally HTC EVO 3D made its way into Indian market yesterday. The Taiwanese mobile handset maker HTC launched the smartphone priced at Rs 35,990. HTC EVO 3D is based on Google’s Android Gingerbread 2.3 operating system. To recollect, the smartphone is powered by Qualcomm’s latest MSM 8660 Snapdragon system on a chip running at 1.2 GHz, with an Adreno 220 graphics engine, 1 GB of RAM and 32 GB of onboard storage.

SOURCE: The Economic Times

New Dolphin browser Now Available for iOS Devices

Dolphin browser now available for iOS devices

Dolphin Browser is now available on iPhone. Presented by Mobotap, it is the most intelligent mobile web browser available that allows you to interact and engage with the web through your mobile device in the easiest, most intuitive way. Bringing its popular gesture based technology to iOS, the company claims that this is world’s first iOS browser with gesture support i.e. you can draw specific patterns to jump to your favorite websites or navigate through multiple webpages. However unlike its Android cousin, it is not an entirely new browser built from ground up. Instead it uses the same Safari renderer to display webpages as other iOS browsers but adds a new layer of features on top of it.

Key features :

  • Tabbed browsing
  • Speed dial
  • Sidebar
  • Menubar
  • One-click share via Twitter/Facebook
  • Ability to switch user agents
  • Webzine

Unfortunately add-ons feature is unavailable for iOS due to a technical limitation with the iPhone, which doesn’t allow for native add-ons. However the company hinted towards JavaScript-based add-ons in the future. The browser is compatible with all iOS devices running on iOS 4.0 or later and can be downloaded from the iTunes app store for free. Hop on to the source link now.

SOURCE: iTunes

New Facebook Ticker

Facebook announced a live feed ticker feature some days ago, and as its name implies, it’s a feed that updates in real time. Because what we really need to do in life is to closely monitor all our friends’ activities and interests from the most inane to the juiciest bits. And that feature might soon be coming to your account. If it hasn’t yet, that is.

The Facebook Ticker is a live feed feature that goes on the sidebar of the Facebook profile, feeding you with your friends’ every action. But wait! Doesn’t Facebook already have a feed? Yes, it does indeed. This older feed with now be called “Highlights,” and will only feature a few posts supposedly most important among all status updates determined by Facebook’s latest algorithm that’s sure to change time and again.

Facebook ticker

Earlier this month, Facebook also announced a Ticker for its incredibly numerous browser games, enticing you to waste so much more of your life playing them.

Inkling Smart Pen From Wacom

Inkling Smart Pen From WacomWacom introduces Inkling, a new digital sketch pen that transfers layered sketches to a PC or Mac via a USB connected receiver, which can then be edited with the included Sketch Manager software. Virtually anyone who uses sketching to capture their creative ideas and wants to have their drawings in a digital format to e-mail, archive or further refine on their computer can benefit from Inkling. The Livescribe-esque pen has pressure sensing technology with 1,024 levels of sensitivity. It will be available mid-September for $199. Video of the device and full PR after the break.


Foursquare Updates for Android

Foursquare for Android gets an update

The Foursquare Android version has just been updated again to version 2011.08.29. The application refresh brings several improvements intended to make the overall use of the program much easier. If you download and install the latest version you’ll notice that Events attached to places are now displayed and the Friends tab has in-line photos. Venue pages have been redesigned and so has the check-in details page. Head over to the source link and update your client or just follow the notification in your Android Market app.

SOURCE: Android Market

LG unveils HX906TX Home Theater System Review

LG unveils HX906TX home theater system

LG unveiled new HX906TX 9.1 cinema sound system — a ten-speaker package claiming to deliver “truly 360-degree sound.” It’s designed to make you feel like you’re at the center of the audio (even if you’re really at the far end of the room) — the way you might hear in a concert hall or really large bathroom with great acoustics. LG says it uses a DSP algorithm to pump audio vertically and horizontally using 3D reflectors, extending sound upwards and filling in the gaps. You’ll also get added features like Blu-ray playback, WiFi Direct and Smart TV connectivity to smartphones and tablets using an app, although there’s no word yet on pricing or availability. Full PR after the break.

The Nokia 500 is Launched, buy at 150 Euros

The Nokia 500 is launched

Nokia launched the new affordable symbian  Anna-powered  Nokia 500 smartphone . It sports a large 3.2-inch capacitive touch screen display and is pre-loaded with the latest Symbian Anna operating system . It is powered by a 1GHz processor and supports high speed 3G , Wi-Fi connectivity . It comes with three different-coloured back covers . Make it your fashion statement with different color back covers matching your attire and mood .

The Nokia 500 is the 2011 equivalent of the 5230, which was one of Nokia’s best selling smartphones in 2010. Retail channels permitting, the Nokia 500 should also sell very well at the €150 price point.

Nokia 500 mobile key features :

  • 3.2-inch touch screen
  • Symbian Anna OS
  • 5MP camera
  • Affordable price
  • 3G HSDPA
  • Wi-Fi
  • 3 different-coloured back covers
  • GPS navigation

Nokia 500 mobile phone specifications :

  • Network : Quad band GSM/EDGE , Penta band WCDMA
  • Processor : 1GHz
  • Dimensions : 111.3 x 53.8 x 14.1mm
  • Weight : 93g
  • Operating System : Symbian Anna
  • Display : 3.2-inch capacitive touch screen , 640×360 pixels resolution
  • Sensors : UI Auto rotate sensor (accelerometer) , Compass (Magnetometer) , Proximity sensor , Ambient light detector
  • Camera : 5 mega-pixel (without flash) , Video recording
  • Stereo FM Radio
  • Music Player : MP3, SpMidi, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA
  • Video Player : MPEG4, H.263, H.264
  • 3.5mm audio-jack
  • Internal memory : 2GB
  • Expandable memory : up to 32GB
  • 3G  : HSDPA (download up to 14.4 Mbps speed) /HSUPA (upload up to 5.76Mbps)
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
  • Navigation : Free Nokia voice navigation , GPS with A-GPS
  • Bluetooth v2.1 +EDR
  • MicroUSB port
  • Unified email client – Yahoo! Mail, Gmail , Windows Live , Hotmail  , POP/IMAP services and Mail for Exchange
  • Flash Lite 4.0  – Flash Player 10.1 content support
  • Battery : 1110 mAh Li-Ion battery (Nokia BL-4U)
    • Talk time : up to 7 hours (2G) , up to 7 hours (3G)
    • Standby time : up to 500 hours (2G) , up to 455 hours (3G)
    • Music playback time : up to 35 hours

Nokia 500 Price in India : The new Nokia 500 Price will be around Rs.9000 in India .

Remote Control Helicopters

Remote Control Helicopters
Its fun to be young,,J  We all have some hobbies for passing our free time. Some people like fishing, some like swimming, some love their pets some like gardening. I also have a hobby. Its little different from above mentioned. I love gadgets, I love to pass my leasure time with them. One of them is my favourite RC helicopter. I want to share my hobby with you. In this post I am giving some images of RC helicopters and a video. I also give general information about using this “Toy”. I hope you like it, its specially for children and teenagers.
Helicopters are different from other transportation modes. Pilot have full access to 3 dimentional space so it is difficult to control. Its for RC and also for real big one. It moves forward,  backward, left, right, up and down. In RC helicopter you are not sitting in the toy so its difficult to move in right direction.

RC helicopter have 5 components. Main rotor, tail, assembly plate, control device, aeros. Main rotor is above the body, it produces lifting force which takes the helicopter up in the air. Tail rotor stops the spinning of the gadget. It also controls the direction and rotation of helicopter. Its assembly plate fits on main rotor , it controls the up and down movements of helicopter. Remote is used for the control of helicopter. It contains different buttons to fly it up and down. To take it forward or backward, left or right.The main component is that remote. RC stands for “remote control” it is wireless communication between man and gadget.

Programming Languages

Programming Languages | All Compiler

There are so many programming languages in the computer world from based on DOS model to GUI version. To master a programming language we have to understand an algorithm, the logic and the language of the program. Nowadays, some programmer still using ad DOS model to coding, but a most modern programmer use a GUI model.

There is no need to master all programming languages; all we need is to master the algorithm and the logic. If we can master one programming language very well, there will be no difficulty to coding in other languages because all languages have the same concept.

If we are talking about programming languages in the past, there was a Pascal language, C language and even an assembly language (machine language). The most difficult language is Assembly language because it is not a human language which is based on English language, it’s totally machine language. Pascal and C languages are human languages; it is already based on English but still has a DOS interface.

Nowadays, there are many programming languages which are GUI version. You can see colors, shapes even we can design it with this language wherever we like. The language is simpler, closer to human language such as Visual Basic, Visual C++, Java and many more. But all of them still based on algorithm and logical thinking. So, which programming language do you choose?

Website For Programming Language Tutorials:

All Compiler is a Web Educational Blog which provides Tutorials on the computer languages like C , C++ , Java. In addition , this blog is a great source for the MCQ and Interview question and many programming examples on the computer languages. So All Compiler is a place for whome who wish to learn the Computer Programming Language.