Fig 1- People from developed country <WINNERS>
Fig 2- Human being from developing country towards progress. . . . . . . . . . . .
Fig 3- Some educated Nepalese doing there best to uplift status of Nepal. . . . . .. . . .
Fig 4- Some fool nepalese trying to stop the developers of nepal <Vrastachaaari Haru>
Fig 5- Real people of Nepal <they are there where they were from birth> ! ! !
Concept : DEADBJ
Design : 2010 A.D.
(Note : Just For Awareness) . . .
(Credit: Photo by: Jason Hiner/CNET)
Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha pulled off one of the most difficult things to do in the technology industry: He surprised people at a press conference.
When Jha took the stage at the Consumer Electronics Show 2011 and revealed the Motorola Atrix smartphone and the “Lapdock” that made it act like a laptop computer, it sent reporters scrambling. They expected the unveiling of the Motorola Xoom, the highly anticipated and already-leaked first official Android tablet to take on the Apple iPad. But, it was the Atrix and the Lapdock that stole the show.
The key was Motorola’s homegrown software called “Webtop” that made the Atrix act like a computer once it was docked. When Webtop launched with the Atrix two months later, the obvious question was how Motorola beat platform giants Microsoft and Apple to the converged smartphone-PC device?
The answer is complicated but fascinating, and on the eve of Motorola Mobility’s merger with Google, it leaves the combined companies in an enviable position. The success of Android has established Google as a key player in mobile computing devices, and once consumers and business users start looking to consolidate their many devices, Webtop could make Google the company that’s best positioned to make that consolidation possible.MORE
WASHINGTON (AP) — For computer users, a few mouse clicks could mean the difference between staying online and losing Internet connections this summer.
Unknown to most of them, their problem began when international hackers ran an online advertising scam to take control of infected computers around the world. In a highly unusual response, the FBI set up a safety net months ago using government computers to prevent Internet disruptions for those infected users. But that system is to be shut down.
The FBI is encouraging users to visit a website run by its security partner, http://www.dcwg.org , that will inform them whether they’re infected and explain how to fix the problem. After July 9, infected users won’t be able to connect to the Internet.
Most victims don’t even know their computers have been infected, although the malicious software probably has slowed their web surfing and disabled their antivirus software, making their machines more vulnerable to other problems.
Last November, the FBI and other authorities were preparing to take down a hacker ring that had been running an Internet ad scam on a massive network of infected computers.MORE
Facebook on Monday filed an amendment to its S-1 documents originally submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on February 1.
With its IPO date reportedly set for May 17, the social networking giant has published new stats that reflect growth and revenue over the last fiscal quarter, which ended on March 31. In addition, Facebook recently announced plans to acquire photo-sharing app Instagram and to purchase a large number of AOL patents from Microsoft.
Here are some key stats from the amendment:
- Monthly active users now total 901 million (up from 680 million a year ago).
- Daily active users are up to 526 million (up from 372 million last year).
- Monthly mobile users now total 488 million.
- 300 million photos are uploaded to the site each day.
- 3.2 billion Likes and Comments are posted daily.
- 125 billion friendships are forged per day.
- Facebook will pay $300 million in cash, plus 23 million shares of common stock for photo-sharing app Instagram.
- If the Instagram deal falls through, Facebook will pay $200 million.
- Revenue for the first quarter of 2012 was $1.058 billion, up from $731 last year.
- Net income dropped to $205 million for the quarter, down from $233 last year.MORE
Brazilian soccer star Kaka is on the verge of becoming the world’s first athlete to amass 10 million followers on Twitter.
The midfielder, who plays for Spain’s Real Madrid club team, was about 30,000 followers short of the milestone as of late Monday afternoon. If Kaka maintains his recent pace, his@KAKA account should hit eight figures within the next day or so. He added more than 35,000 followers in a single day twice during the past week, according to the stats siteTwitterCounter.com.
While Kaka rules the Twittersphere of sports, he’s just 17th on the overall list of most-followed tweeters. Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber — the network’s first and second-most popular users — count more than 20 million followers apiece.MORE
Facebook disclosed on Monday that it has 901 million users, making it likely that it will pass the 1 billion mark well before the end of the year.
The company, which dropped the stat in its amended S-1 filing, also notes that its network receives 3.2 billion comments per day and 300 million new photos daily. The site also claims 125 billion friendships. Of the 901 million figure, 526 million were described as daily active users in March. Some 488 million people also used Facebook mobile products that month, according to the filing.
When Facebook filed its IPO paperwork with the SEC in February, the network tallied 845 million users. Back in January, Gregory Lyons, a senior analyst at iCrossing, estimated that Facebook would hit 1 billion users by August, a rate of growth that appears plausible based on the latest numbers.
Even before Monday’s latest numbers dropped, Facebook was by far the largest social network in the world. Twitter, which passed 500 million users in February, is number two on the list — although Twitter says thatonly 140 million of those accounts are active.
How big will Facebook get, and how fast? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.SOURCE
Project Goodcry is as an experiment intended to make crying a collective experience. This is the first installment in Dee Kim and Bistin Chen’s extensive study exploring the role of crying in a networked culture.
Google Chrome users can now install the ‘I Cried’ button onYouTube from the Chrome app store. After installation, the button should appear next to the other YouTube buttons. Click the ‘I Cried’ button when you shed some tears or after you’ve finished material that moved you. Instead of rating the video with a series of stars, your emotions are gauged by tear drops. Functioning similarly to Facebook’s Like button, this new plug-in is an alternative to YouTube’s pre-existing thumbs up or thumbs down feature.
The website ranks all the ‘I cried’ videos, and after viewing a scene from the film, Imitation Of Life where Mahalia Jackson sings a moving rendition of “Trouble Of The World” we realized 279 others shared our sentiments and were touched by the clip.MORE
The World at Work is powered by GE. This new series highlights the people, projects and startups that are driving innovation and making the world a better place.
Big Idea: Provide an online hub for people to sign up to teach or attend offline classes.
Why It’s Working: Skillshare allows anyone to teach a class — and make money while doing so. Users choose to learn topics in five main categories at very little cost: creative arts, culinary arts, entrepreneurship, lifestyle and technology.
Skillshare, an online marketplace for learning and teaching, is entering its second year with momentum.
Since its launch in April 2011, Skillshare has grown from three to 13 team members, roped in $3.1 million in funding, expanded class offerings outside of New York City and, most recently, hosted its first conference.
The startup’s easy-to-navigate website lets anyone with specialized skills to teach a class and anyone to attend a class at very little cost — on average between $20 and $25. Some skills require multiple classes, which will cost from $50 to hundreds of dollars.MORE
Although it’s been nearly six months since Justin Bieber was falsely accused of impregnating a fan backstage at a concert, the pop superstar hasn’t quite forgotten the incident.
Bieber took to Twitter on Saturday to call out 20-year-old Mariah Yeater for claiming in October 2011 that he was the father of her child.
The tweet was sent during what Bieber calls “#RandomTwitterHour,” where he sends messages to his more than 20 million Twitter followers about anything he wants.
He tweeted a message that mentioned her by name and included a YouTube clip of Borat — a film and TV character played by actor Sacha Baron Cohen — repeating, “You will never get this. You will never get this. La la la la la.”MORE