Showing posts from August, 2015

Project Titan : Apple is scouting locations to test its top-secret self-driving car

Project Titan : Apple’s top secret self driving cars to come earlier than expected Documents confirm Apple’s Project Titan is already making progress and the company is scouting for test locations however facts indicate otherwise. A couple of days back, The Guardian, reported that Apple is scouting for secure locations to test its self driving cars and in regards to this Apple’s staff was in talks with the officials of GoMentum Station which is a former naval base located near San Francisco and currently serving as a high security testing ground for autonomous vehicles. The Guardian obtained the required documents on the basis of Public Records Act request. For the past few months there are rumors that Apple is involved in the self driving car market and the document is the first proof which reveals this fact. In the month of May, Jeff Williams, Senior Vice President of Apple had mentioned about the car which he referred to as “the ultimate mobile device”, he also added that Apple was…

Google’s Android M is Marshmallow

Android “M” Is Now Officially Android MarshmallowAfter a month of running the preview version as Android M, Google has finally unveiled the official name for its new operating system and it will called Marshmallow. Google had been hinting at Marshmallow going by the teaser music video it released yesterday. Googler Alex Ruiz just posted a picture of the statue over at Building 43 (the Android building) at Google HQ in Mountain View. About Marshmallow : Marshmallow is a sugar based candy that, in its modern form, typically consists of sugar, whipped to a spongy consistency, molded into small cylindrical pieces, and coated with cornstarch. Some marshmallow recipes have eggs in it. About Android M : Android Marshmallow is an release of the Android mobile operating system which will be available for Android users by September 2015. Android M was first unveiled at Google I/O on May 28, 2015, with the Android “M” developer preview was released on May 28, 2015, for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 p…

The Journey of Sundar Pichai from a modest Indian family to CEO of Google

Here are a few impressive facts about Sundar Pichai who rose from humble backgrounds to be the CEO of Google On Monday, 10 August 2015, Larry Page and Sergey Brin the co-founders of Google announced their new venture, Alphabet.  Google is now part of this new collaboration, which is a collection of companies including the Life Sciences. Hence, certain major changes were made in the executive structure of Google which included the announcement of Sundar Pichai to be appointed as CEO of Google while Larry Page will totally concentrate on the new venture Alphabet Inc. and Sergey Brin would serve as President to Alphabet. Sundar Pichai has been associated with Google for more than 10 years. Let us go through Sundar Pichai’s life journey from a modest Indian family till being appointed as CEO of the world’s largest search engine, Google. Sundar Pichai on the Professional Front:  As the new CEO of Google Sundar Pichai would be controlling all these sectors of Google namely: search, ads, map…

How to Know Who Logged into your computer and when?

In Windows, there is one in-built too will records all events in your computer called “Event Viewer”. This application records all your computer activities from login to log off etc. The Event Viewer can be accessed in all Windows Operating system including Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. Here, I”ll show you how to find the login events in Windows 8. To open the Event Viewer, type the eventvwr.msc in Run Command (Open run command Press Win + R Keys ) and press enter.
- Advertisement - Now the Event Viewer utility will open, and many logs will be shown to you. To get login events of you computer click Windows logs -> System in the left panel. The System log will show all the logs from kernel, Wireless network service start. There you can also find out the login event “Winlogon”. Just click the login event to display the properties of that event in the panel below. In the properties, you can get the much needed information such as Login time, user account, event ID. Note…

United Kingdom Is Testing Roads That Recharge Your Electric Car As You Drive

UK testing new roads that wirelessly recharges your electric car as you drive
Electric vehicle manufacturers are still having a tough time to woo customers to buy them. The main reason for the same being the long charging times and the unavailability of filing station for electronic vehicles. Also, to add to this, the limitations that are there for the rate at which you can charge a battery. Well, all these problems can be gone for good, if the UK government is successful in testing a special road surface that actually charges your car as you drive. This week, the UK government announced that it wants to begin testing this tech, and soon. Highways England, is a government organization responsible for road infrastructure maintenance. Announcing last week, Andrew Jones, Highways England and Transport Minister said that off-road trials of dynamic wireless power transfer technology are expected to start later this year and run for 18 months” before the on-road testing begins. UK governmen

YouTube is now better at live streaming than Twitch

The Dota 2 International Championships took place last week, determining the winner of the grand Aegis of the Immortal trophy and distributing $18.4 million in prize money among the 16 participating teams. Beyond the mythical battles and skirmishes inside the game, the tournament was also an important event in the ongoing contest between YouTube and Twitch. The International 5 (TI5) was streamed live on both services as well as inside the Dota 2 game client itself — though this year, unlike any of the previous ones, I watched almost all of it on YouTube. What’s changed? Having lost out to Amazon in the pursuit to acquire Twitch last year, Google remained determined to own a dominant live-streaming platform and redoubled its efforts at making YouTube that destination. YouTube had already served up a good number of live music concerts and political debates, but the fight against Twitch was about recruiting gamers: both fans of titles like Dota 2 and the players who streamed their match…

How Google's new CEO plans to lead the company

Sundar Pichai has just been named CEO of Google, with company co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin now focusing their time on the just-announced Alphabet. "Sundar has been saying the things I would have said (and sometimes better!) for quite some time now, and I’ve been tremendously enjoying our work together," Page wrote in today's blog post. "Sergey and I have been super excited about his progress and dedication to the company." Last October, Pichai was handed oversight of many of Google's most important businesses, so the chief executive role is a natural fit for the man who ascended through company ranks like few before him. In May, we spoke to Pichai about his plans for Android and pivotal Google services like search, advertising, Maps, and more. Now at the helm of a "slightly slimmed down Google" (in Page's words), we expect his mission to be largely unchanged. "At our core, we want to build products for everyone," he said in…