Posting on Path, Just Use Sound via Google Glass

Google smart glasses, namely Google Glass gets new update is increasingly enriching ability. One of the new capabilities that are brought to the status of the post popular networking site Path application only armed with sound.

The update presented to the explorer Google Glass and gradually be visited Google Glass owners other in the next few days. Not only Path, voice control capabilities is also true for those who want to add a note in Evernote.

The technology giant said that the ability is just the beginning and there will be more promising Glassware application that supports voice commands.

The smart glasses is expected to be sold in bulk in 2014. Currently Google Glass expensive sold to developers at a price of USD 1,500. However estimated, banderolnya price will decline to USD 299 or in the range of USD 3 million only when sold to the public.

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Stop Use Facebook to $200 USD, will you?

A father less so excited because her addiction to access Facebook. No less than reasonable and that her son still happy, he presented some money to his daughter’s escape networking site.

Paul Baier, the father, living in Boston. He gave money totaling in the range of USD 200 or USD 1.9 million children, Rachel, to stop using Facebook for some time.

To be seriously impressed, a letter contract was made ​​by the father of this child. At first, Rachel will receive USD 50. And the balance of $ 150 is given when Rachel had managed to not use Facebook for five months.

The father has access to your Facebook account Rachel that he was not tempted to use them during the contract period. Both sides were equally pleased.

“He wanted to earn money and also feel Facebook as a distraction and a waste of time. But he plans to re-use them later,” said Paul quoted from Cnet, Thursday (07/02/2013).

Instagram writhing in China

InstagramInstagram name is still a hit, not least in China, where success is evidenced by the number of photos dipload to Sina Weibo.

Sina Weibo, or the many who call it a Twitter version of China, reportedly inundated by many as a hundred thousand images Instagram. This happened just a month after the lapse Instagram adds support to the microblogging service.

The report further states that users are enamored with Sina Weibo Instagram and register themselves, there are as many as 50,000, as reported by TheNextWeb, Tuesday (04/01/2012).

This figure is quite remarkable considering Kevin Systrom (founder Instagram) was not too excited at the Bamboo Curtain country.

Speaking in Beijing last November Disrupt, Systrom admitted he was interested to integrate with social media sites of China, but did not deign to set up offices there. He also said that he did not think too much about China.

But it seems it did not rule out the possibility of developing Instagram community there. And decision making applications up to keep it separate from the site seems to be the right decision. For as is known, China blocked the use of the giant networking site.

Printing photos from Facebook Without Fear of Break

Facebook Photos
Facebook Photos

Printing photos from Facebook are sometimes a bit difficult because of its low resolution. Well, look at the gap is a service called CanvasPop dibesut. Claimed, he was the only service in the world that offers the following, namely to print photos up, no matter how small, with perfect results. Corresponding name of the service, the printing process uses canvas as a medium finish.

Offers a fairly interesting, find Facebook to be the largest photo storage warehouse with 150 billion photos which he may shelter. Reportedly, each day there are more than 100 million photos dipload in this famous networking site. Wow.

“We allow the 800 million Facebook users are beginning to do something impossible – to raise even the smallest file into the large format,” said Adrian Salamunovic, the co-founder.

They believe the market is very big business. Learn from others they have done. In the lead of its business, the CanvasPop looked Kodak. “We learned a lot of Kodak’s failure to innovate in an ever-changing market,” said Salamunovic. Continue reading “Printing photos from Facebook Without Fear of Break”