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April 2012

Let’s Change . . .


 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.... Continue Reading →

Meet Google’s secret weapon for fighting Apple and Microsoft


(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... Continue Reading →

FBI: Hundreds Of Thousands May Lose Internet In July


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... Continue Reading →

Facebook S-1 Amendment: New Stats From Q1 2012 And 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... Continue Reading →

Kaka to Be World’s First Athlete with 10 Million Twitter Followers


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... Continue Reading →

Facebook Now Has 901 Million Users


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... Continue Reading →

Online Experiment Adds ‘I Cried’ Button to YouTube


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... Continue Reading →

Driverless Cars “Google’s Secret Project”


Creative Arts / Fashion & Style Driverless Cars "Google's Secret Project" Any Level Lecture Students Be the first to enroll in this class. About this Class All about Google's Secret Project "Driverless Cars" About the Teacher It had been 10 yrs+ that... Continue Reading →

How Skillshare Is Transforming Education as We Know It


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. Name: Skillshare Big Idea: Provide an online hub for people to sign up to teach or... Continue Reading →

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