Sunday, December 19, 2010

The 10 Worst Boyfriends of All Time

Veena Dancing On Sheila Ke Jawani and No Left From Farah Khan

11-year old comes up with own iPad stand

There is just something precocious about 11-year olds and their imagination – at least we know one of them in the good ol’ USA is patriotic enough to observe that while many devices and other stuff are designed here, they are actually manufactured elsewhere. Of course, the economics of the situation might be a bit too heavy for him to understand at the moment, but at the very least, he is able to think out of the box by coming up with something that is made back in the US without losing any bit of functionality. We’re talking about 11-year-old Dino Zaharakis, who intends to develop a stand that could place/remove a device without disconnecting its

Dr. Sana Tariq GT magazine Interview

Shah Rukh Khan Finds Place In The WikiLeaks Cables

Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan’s name has also come up in the recently released cables by WikiLeaks.
While this may come as a surprise to many who think what an actor’s name is doing in the cables which essentially highlight the comments of various politicians from different parts of the world, they may rest assured that the Bollywood hero is not directly involved in the leaked cables.
According to reports in the media, it is the

Sallu pokes Kat over Ranbir

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif have always made headlines for their on-off relationship. So when they recently came face to face on the Bigg Boss show, which is to be telecast tonight, Salman didn’t miss the opportunity to pull Katrina’s leg in his trademark mischievous style .
Katrina had come with Farah Khan on the Bigg Boss show as a part of promotion of her upcoming film Tees Maar

Wen Jiabao leaves after three day visit to Pakistan

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao left here for China on Sunday after completing three day official visit to Pakistan. The Chinese Premier and his delegation was seen off at the airport by Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani, members of federal cabinet and other civil and military officials.
A contingent of Pakistan Air Force presented salute to Chinese Premier when he was proceeding to his special

Australia level Ashes series

A resurgent Australia levelled the Ashes with a comprehensive 267-run victory on the fourth day of the third Test against England at the WACA Ground.
Set 391 to win, England resumed at 81-5 and offered little resistance, lasting just 10 overs and less than hour into the opening session, as bustling seamer Ryan Harris ran through the tail to finish with a career-best 6-47 in his fourth Test, dismissing the tourists for a

World Lens App can translate words inside of an image ( Video Included )

I generally report on end-user consumer devices, and usually do not report on cool Apps on this site. Otherwise, I would constantly fill this blog with the cool Apps that come out everyday. Maybe we should have a separate blog known as Coolest Apps.
However, there are times when Apps show us how far we have gone with technology, and Word Lens from QuestVisual has exploded over the tech blogosphere with what it can do with its Optical Character Recognition technology.
Word Lens is the product of two and a half years of work from John DeWeese and Otavio Good. You can see a video of how it works after the jump, but I have no idea if it works as well as you see in the vid.