Archive for January, 2013

New cloud storage “Mega” launches

A new cloud storage named “Mega” launched on 20th January 2013 and its the successor of file hosting site “megaupload”, which is now closed. As reported by the owner of the cloud storage website, the site registered 100,000 users in less than 1 hour. The cloud storage is offering 50 GB for “Free Membership” making …

Mozilla shows off Firefox OS powered smartphones

With its focus on low end markets Mozilla launched two smartphones powered by its open source product Firefox OS. Mozilla has partnership with Spanish company called “GeeksPhone” and Spanish telecommunications provider “Telefonica”. Mozilla unveiled two 3G smartphones, Keon and Peak powered by its Firefox OS. Primarily the two phones are for developer preview enabling to improve the …

Twitter makes enhancements to embedded Tweets

Twitter has made some enhancements and now the embedded tweets looks like the tweets on the website itself. Now the Embedded Tweets display photos, videos, article summaries and other content shared in a Tweet. Not only this, now we can view retweet and favorite counts, and the redesigned embedded tweets will also load fast according to …

Android based smart Refrigerator by Samsung

With the rising popularity of Google’s Android operating system, things are getting really smart. Now it’s time for our refrigerator to get smart. Samsung’s T9000 refrigerator is a smart one as it runs on android. The idea is like browse the internet while cooking in kitchen. The refrigerator has a 10 inch touch screen above …

Facebook introduces new way of searching with “Facebook Graph Search”

Facebook few days ago introduced a new way of searching information on its social network. It introduced “Graph Search” which includes four areas, People, Places, Photos and Interests. With this new search, you can search information shared by your friends and also the public information available that time on Facebook network. The new search focuses towards people and places so …