We know, what QR codes is their advantages. And we were amazed at it's simplicity and the information it holds. I feel that the future of this technology is very promising. See what NewYorks Central Park did with QR codes in serving their customers.
Monday, 14 March 2011
Saturday, 12 March 2011
Friday, 11 March 2011
Once Activated, Gmail will begin to automatically tag certain inbound messages as ‘Bulk’, ‘Notifications’, or ‘Forums’ and handle them accordingly. Notifications includes updates from Facebook, Twitter, Amazon shipping confirmations and other messages that may not be from someone you know but contain important information. And Forums consist of messages from any online message board you may take part in. Messages that appear to be sent as part of a mass mail list will probably be marked as ‘Bulk’ — by default these will skip the inbox, while Forums and Notifications will be kept in the inbox by default.
To enable the new feature, go to Gmail’s Labs section, Search for ‘SmartLabels’ in it and enable the same. Smart Labels is still optional under Labs for the time being.
Being Yuvrej the pick of the bowlers we know how our balling department is fairing. Now the situation is that no 300 plus score makes a gurantee of a win. So the batting dept have to score 400 at least for our ailing bowlers to bowl for.How we can take 400......play 10 Batsmen in the team...anways batsmen will bowl atleast some where near to the talents of Yuvraj singh.
What you guys think of this? Is there any other way out?
Thursday, 3 March 2011
Apple debuted the new iPad 2 Wednesday March 2nd. Apple chief executive Steve Jobs, who is taking a leave of absence from the company, returned to unveil the product. He helmed the product roll-out wagon of Apple execs to show off the revamped tablet and take a few jabs at the competition.
Here come the details of the new iPad 2:
- Dual-core A5 processor
- Dimensions: 9.5 by 7.31 by 0.34 inches
- 1,024x768 Resolution
- 8.8mm thickness—33% thinner than original and thinner than an iPhone 4
- Weight: 1.3 pounds (Wi-Fi-only), 1.33 pounds (Wi-Fi + 3G)
- iOS 4.3 + Facetime & Photobooth
- HDMI video-out
- Rear and front facing cameras
- Gyroscope technology
- 10 hours of battery life
- Available in black and white (white shipping from day 1)
- Pricing is same as original: $499 for the 16GB version, $599 for the 32GB model, and $699 for the 64GB model. 3G-enabled models come at a $130 premium.
- “Smart cover” that uses magnets available for $39 (plastic) or $69 (leather).
- Release Date: March 11