Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Video/Voice Chat in Mozilla Firefox without any software: Firefox Hello

If you have the latest version of Firefox, you already have Hello. There’s no account or sign-in required and nothing extra to download. Just start a conversation, send your friend a link and ask them to click it.



Read More

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Digital Locker for Indian : Store you important document Online

Now you do not have to hang out with her with the necessary documents everytime . The government has launched a digital locker where birth certificates, passports, important documents, such as academic certificates online store. Just to get this feature you must have the base card. Based on the number of feeds you can open the Digital Locker account. The special thing is that once the facility locker after uploading your documents anywhere you would not need to pay the original copy of your certificate. It would be enough to link to your digital locker. Digital Locker, an integral part of the Digital India program. Department of Electronics and Information Technology  on Tuesday launched a beta version of the digital locker.

DigiLocker is your online repository of important documents like certificates, degrees etc. which are frequently required while availing any service.

DigiLocker will allow you to securely upload and share your documents anytime, anywhere to authorised users/agencies. The issuer departments will also be able to automatically push the link of your document kept in their repositories.
To Sign up your digital locker visit website Http://digitallocker.gov.in/  you go to open the digital locker to create your ID . Id make you need to login to your base card number . After login you will be asked which Information complete it . Then, your account will become . After opening the account , you will be able to upload any documents on your personal .

Read More

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Translation using camera Lens by GOOGLE Translate Apps


Google Translate Apps provides break through language barriers with

• Translate between 90 languages
• Converse naturally and let Google translate
• Translate with your voice, camera, keyboard or handwriting
• Translate offline while traveling. No internet connection needed.
• Save your translations and access from any device
Translations between the following languages are supported:
Afrikaans, Albanian, Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Basque, Belarusian, Bengali, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Cebuano, Chichewa, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Filipino, Finnish, French, Galician, Georgian, German, Greek, Gujarati, Haitian Creole, Hausa, Hebrew, Hindi, Hmong, Hungarian, Icelandic, Igbo, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Javanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Malagasy, Malay, Malayalam, Maltese, Maori, Marathi, Mongolian, Myanmar (Burmese), Nepali, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Sesotho, Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Spanish, Sundanese, Swahili, Swedish, Tajik, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Welsh, Yiddish, Yoruba, Zulu

 Word Lens: Just point your camera to a sign or text and the Translate app will instantly translate the text, even without Internet/data connection. Currently available in: English ↔ French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish.The use of camera to translate the text is an easier and much convenient tool which will help people to read road signs and areas without the use of internet.

Automatic language detection in speech/conversation mode - start translating with speech input and Translate will recognize which of the two languages is being spoken, allowing you to have a more fluid conversation with another person.
Apart from these it has option to recognize handwriting. which will recognize the handwriting and translate to list of available language
Download Android Google Translate App
Download iOS Google Translate App
Read More

Thursday, February 5, 2015

GTalk finally going to shutdown on Feburary 16

Google is going to shutdown GTalk.Now user have to make the switch from Google's Gtalk messenger platform to its Hangout forcefully.Feature wise Gtalk is not a decent messager. Gtalk was having limited feature and it always remained in BETA version and it never came with full stable version.
Hangout is the future for Google  and hence taking down .From February 16 you have to use Hangout to communicate using IMs.Over the time Hangout has evolved a lot with Video calling and Phone calling . This is also available as Mobile apps.
Read More

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Expectation in 2015 : A review of 2014 outcome :Technically,Financially,Utility,Government Plan,Policy

Year 2015 is now only a few hours away. In the New Year at the level of utility and technology are going to be many changes. Many new things are coming. They ease the difficulties of our life. Initiatives to reduce the discomfort and make life simpler is always ongoing process. Here I have tried to summarized some of happening of 2014 then will some way down the line help common people.Some of expectation may or may not get complete.

1) GAS connection

Until now it was: If you had to surrender the city replaced the old agency cylinder. Transfer voucher was made. He would give other city agency. There cylinder was again allotted.

Now it would be if the company is the same, the city does not need to change Haegi transfer. Empty cylinder will give new cylinder. 5 kg cylinder distributor get shorty. The larger cylinder should not be able to take the year 36 Shorty cylinder.

2) LED Bulb in Rs 10

The central government to control electricity demand in the Goverment will provide  Rs 400 LED  in just Rs 10

This project will get started in 37 million households in the three districts of Andhra Pradesh . Together with the center and state governments buy these bulbs give them to the public at subsidized prices

3) Smart Gadgets

- Intel is working on a laptop to wireless charging.
- 3D camera will come with a creative desktop. The screening will be a 3D object. It will be helpful in designing creative. The camera will measure the distance from the object.
 - Intel will bring software that will read the biometric sensor on-board. Giving thumb impression you can directly log on laptop and email.
- Windows will launch in May with -10 Cortana feature. Cortana's Intelligent Personal Assistant. It will operate many things with your voice
-Camera maker Kodak will launch 4G Phone.
- Samsung smartphone will offer folding screen. The smartphone market trend will change.
- Apple,Lenovo and HTC will present its iWatch and  Smartphone. Many companies will bring new gadgets with such variation

4) Online Driving Licence 

Motor Vehicle Act to amend the country will end the current system of the RTO. Under the new system, the whole process of getting a driving license and a permit will be online. And the license will be test driving simulator. Will eliminate corruption and delay. Bring transparency.

   350 e-toll on National Highway
-All 350 e-toll on national highways will start. The government will save Rs 27 crore. 7 thousand crore in the line of vehicles belonging to the fuel left to burn. Payment will be toll from punch cards to save time.

5) Easy  Banking
Debit Card EMI: ICICI Bank has a beginning. Other banks are on track to do the same. So far, the amount of the credit card after the purchase was EMI option to convert.

Fund Transfer: Kotak Mahindra Bank has launched a Facebook-based fund transfer scheme. It is not necessary to send or receive money to the bank account holder. Other banks are going to start in the new year are Interbank Mobile Payments Service.

Secure Transaction: many banks engaged chip debit card holders in 2015 and aims to provide a credit card with photo. This will secure your transactions.

6) Wi-Railway Station
After the New Delhi railway station, 75 new cities will start Wi-Fi. This widens the 400 railway stations. The first 30 minutes will be free Wi-Fi. After 30 minutes will be charged Rs 25 and Rs 35 for 60 minutes.

- Delhi-Agra  High Speed Moving Track has been successfully tested in 2014 Express. It is the distance between Delhi and Agra holds 105 minutes. Now in 2015 this will hopefully get implemented.

7) Mobile Technology

800 Two-tier cities will be  4G facility having speed  between 16 and 18 Mbps. This speed will be three times higher than the 3G. 1.5 million new subscribers is expected join.

- As a result of broadband and 3G Internet rates will be cut from 30 to 40 per cent.

- Increasing demand for 4G-enabled smartphone. This 3G enabled phone can reduce prices by 30 per cent

-Mobile Number Portability  facility may get implemented for INTER CIRCLE by 31 March 2015.

8) Heath 
-The world's largest health insurance scheme will be launched in India. Every citizen will feature
either a card making every hospital like Mediclaim free treatment will be provided. So far, 14 states have agreed to the plan.
-More generic medicines store will get open in district hospitals, stores will open at ESIC hospitals and railway stations.

Ebola vaccine
-African Countries killer disease Ebola vaccine will get started. GlaxoSmithKline is the clinical trials. The first vaccine will be available in African countries.

9) Smart City

Smart City will be the first case. However, Microsoft's technical services provided to the public via a project that will scale.

10 ) Labour 

 -Mandatory deduction of 12 per cent from salary may be exempt from the electives. A bill drafted by the Ministry of Labour has taken. This will benefit those, who want full salary without any PF deducation every month.

- Universal for PF account number with the trust account after starting the transfer of non-trust PF institutions will also be online. In July of non-trust transfers in trust accounts has already begun.

-Minimum wages may rise to 15,000

11) Passport 
Passport will eight days instead of three days. Passport will be made in three days. If the address is
not changed if the police verification will not need renewal. E-Passport Service will begin a six-year delay. Everything will be online.

12) Election

  Voting: Indian embassies abroad can provide EVM machine. For  NRIs  for proxy voting will be provided.They  can assign any other person to cast their vote. Voting will also provide immediate visa to visit India
OCI & PIO card will now merge into single card from 7 January



Read More

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Microsoft New Web Browser :Code name :Spartan

Microsoft is working on a new web browser that will be introduced in the upcoming Windows 10 as a default browser instead of the long-time regular Internet Explorer. Though the company may not completely remove Internet Explorer from the new operating system, reportedly to keep the compatibility with legacy applications and websites.Internet Explorer has been the default web browser in Windows since 1995.
According to a report at ZDNet, Microsoft is working on a lightweight web browser code named Spartan. The new browser will look a lot like Chrome and Firefox and will support extensions.The company may show the new browser at its planned January 21 event for Windows 10.
Read More

Xiaomi planing for Laptop under 30,000 with 16GB RAM : Chinese Apple Like Laptop

Xiaomi, a company that has changed the phone market in India with its unmatchable price and feature This company is now entering the laptop market.

According to a report at Gizmo China, Xiaomi is working on 15-inch laptop with top configuration and a slim design. The laptop, which has a design similar to that of Apple's MacBook Air, has powerful hardware. According to the leaked specifications, the machine is powered by Intel i7-4500U processor and 16GB RAM. It also sports a FullHD 15-inch display.

According to Gizmo China, the laptop will be sold for around $480 (around Rs 30,000).

According to reports, Xiaomi may not use Windows on this laptop. Instead it may use its own custom operating systems -- likely based on some variant of Linux -- on the laptop.

This is again somewhat similar to the approach taken by Xiaomi in the phone market. instead of using pure Android, Xiaomi uses a customised version of MiUI, which is based on Android, to power its phones
Read More