Saturday, 15 February 2014

Latest MOBILES Specification & companies list with logo

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Tuesday, 11 February 2014


What is Google+?

Google+ is literally Google with a plus. The "+" is the social networking it adds to all of Google's other services, including Gmail, YouTube, and Blogger. Google+ brings popular social-media features like comments, photo- and music-sharing, videochat, etc. to your social circles. It's basically what any user chooses it to be, from an ongoing conversation to a platform of self-expression, with tools for making it as individual or collective as you want.

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Screenshot of Google+ UI as of May 2013
Type of siteSocial networking service
Identity service
Available language(s)Multilingual
Users540 million (active October 2013)
Written inJava and JavaScript
LaunchedJune 28, 2011; 2 years ago
Current statusActive

What do teens use it for? & Parent Tips etc.

Android Secrets

The Real Meaning Of Android
Definition By Google
noun: android; plural noun: androids 1. (in science fiction) A Robot with a human appearance. "there were no android security guards to stop him"

The world's most popular mobile OS 

Android powers more than a billion phones and tablets around the world. It’s customizable, yet easy to use, and since it's made by Google, it works seamlessly with all your favorite Google apps.

Many people refer to Android versions by "codenames" rather than version numbers 

(e.g. Android "Gingerbread"). What are the names of the various versions of the Android OS, and how are these names chosen?

Each version of Android since 1.5 has been developed with a specific codename. These codenames are chosen alphabetically, and have thus far all been dessert items (or, generically, sweet/sugary foods). Some codenames are associated with more than one version number, while others are limited to only a specific one, and the reason for this inconsistency is not currently known. The naming typically appears to correspond to changes in the developer API levels, but this is not always true (example: 3.0 and 3.1 are both "Honeycomb" but they have different API levels).
The following names are used for the currently existing Android releases. Note that versions 1.0 and 1.1 were not publicly named. However, Android 1.1 was internally referred to as "Petit-Four" (also noted in Traroth's answer):

  • Android 1.5

  • Android 1.6

  • Android 2.0
  • Android 2.1
Froyo: (short for "frozen yogurt")

  • Android 2.2

  • Android 2.3

  • Android 3.0
  • Android 3.1
  • Android 3.2
Ice Cream Sandwich:

  • Android 4.0
Jelly Bean:

  • Android 4.1
  • Android 4.2
  • Android 4.3

Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich... Google Android OS Code Names and History

Android and Dessert Names
Revised 03SEP-2013

Google's Android division certainly has a sense of humor as it named all their version codenames after desserts (just as Intel name all its CPUs after rivers). To celebrate new version release of Android, a giant mock-up of the dessert that matches the codename is usually delivered to the Google Campus and put on display. So what are the different versions of Android OS, and the desserts associated with them? Let us go over a short history of when's what. 

Noname 1.0 and 1.1 versions 
There appears to be no codename assigned to Versions 1.0 and 1.1 of Android OS.

Google bought a company called Android back in July 2005. Android was headed by several mobile bigshots, including former head of a big carrier, ex-owner of a phone maker, and more. After their buyout, Android went into stealth mode, and rumors spread that Google is working on a mobile phone.

The dam finally broke in November 2007, when Google suddenly announced that they are indeed working on a phone (Google Phone), but also a brand-new mobile operating system called Android, based on the Linux kernel, to be used by the Open Handset Alliance, a group of 65 different hardware maker, carriers, and other mobile-related companies.

HTC was the first phone maker to get a real consumer phone out, the T-Mobile G1 (also known as the HTC Dream outside of US), on October 2008.

An update of Android, version 1.1, was released in February 2009. However, the first significant version of Android OS that really showcased the power of the platform is V1.5, codename "Cupcake".

As Cupcake starts with letter "C", it's is widely suspected that 1.0 would start with "A", and 1.1 would start with "B", but no actual codenames were ever assigned.

Android 1.5, i.e.
Cupcake Technically Android 1.5 wasn't the first version, but versions before that doesn't seem to have received any codenames. Stories were told that it was supposed to be version 1.2, but Google decided to make it a major revision and made it 1.5 instead, and gave it the dessert name "cupcake" as a codename, and that's when the "dessert series" got started.
A cupcake is a small cake, the size of an individual portion, baked in a cup-shaped mold, usually served with frosting on top. 

Android 1.6, i.e. Donut

Android V1.6, codename Donut, was released in September 2009. It fixed reboot errors in the OS as well as revamped photo and video features (i.e. camera interface) and better search integration. It also added support for larger screen size, and is the first version to offer Google turn-by-turn navigation feature.
Donut is usually defined as a small ring-shaped friedcake, is actually spelled doughnut, made out of rich, light dough and deep fried, then various sweet coating can be added. Please don't mistake this with bagel, which is baked, much denser, and usually salty.

Android 4.4: Kit-Kat

Google has JUST announced on 03-SEP-2013 that Android 4.4 will be named Kitkat. And
apparently the mascot has been delivered and installed on Google campus! That means this version should be released very soon for the Nexus devices. Ports to other Android devices will take several months.
Apparently Nestle is fully onboard, as they have launched an advertising campaign with Google... Specially marked packages of Kitkat (look for Andy the Green Android on the package) will contain a sweepstakes code that can win you a new Nexus 7 Android tablet, or Google Play store credit. Clearly, this would be US only.


Google Translate Menu

*Google Translate Menu

Google Translate is a free, automatic translator. Google Translate currently supports translation between dozens of languages. To see a full list of the supported languages, or to learn about how our translations are created.

This facility also given on this page for you facility. You can use Google Translate menu to change this blog on Your Own language. Google has provided almost all languages understood in the world.
Try your Own 

Before October 2007, for languages other than Arabic, Chinese and Russian, Google used a SYSTRAN based translator which is used by other translation services such as Yahoo! Babel Fish, AOL, and Yahoo.
On May 26, 2011, Google announced that the Google Translate API had been deprecated and that it would cease functioning on December 1, 2011, "due to the substantial economic burden caused by extensive abuse. The shutting down of the API, used by a number of websites, led to criticism of Google and to developers questioning the viability of using Google APIs in their products.

On June 3, 2011, Google announced that they were cancelling the plan to terminate the Translate API due to public pressure. In the same announcement, Google said that it would release a paid version of the Translate API.

Saturday, 8 February 2014

What is Blog

click to see Google News Official Blog

What is BLOG? or What is Google Blogger? What is Blogger?

Blogger is Google’s free tool for creating blogs. It can be found on the web at Blogs, short for web-logs, are a form of online journal.
You can Visit Their Website-

Getting Started With Blogger 

 You can use blogs for everything from updating your friends and family about your life, giving your own advice column, discussing your political views, or relating your experience in a topic of interest. You can host blogs with multiple contributors, or you can run your own solo show. You can even use Blogger to make your own podcast feeds.

 Although there are fancier blog tools out there, the mixture of cost (free) and flexibility makes Blogger one of the best deals around.

Monday, 13 January 2014

Know Google's Secrets

Google's Secrets 

unofficial website for Tech Lovers

Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.

What Google Does:

Google is one of the five most popular websites in the world. Google is a web search engine that lets you find other sites on the web based on keyword searches. Google also provides specialized searches through blogs, catalogs, videos, news items and more. Google provides Internet services that let you create blogs, send email, and publish web pages. Google has social networking tools, organization tools, and chat tools, services for mobile devices, and even Google branded merchandise.

How Google Began:

Larry Page and Sergey Brin collaborated at Stanford University on a search engine called "Backrub." The name came from the search engine's use of back-links to determine page relevance. This is a patented algorithm known as PageRank. Brin and Page left Stanford and founded Google, Inc in September of 1998. Google was an instant hit, and by the year 2000, Google was the world's largest search engine. By 2001 it did something that eluded most of the business startups of the time. Google became profitable.

How Google Makes Money:

Most services Google provides are free, meaning that the user does not have to pay money to use them. The way they achieve this while still making money is through unobtrusive, targeted text advertisement links. Although most of Google's profit comes from Internet advertising revenue, the company also sells some subscription services, such as Google Earth Plus and Google Earth Pro. Google also sells enterprise searching tools, servers, and search technologies for corporations.

Advanced Searching:

Google expanded beyond simply finding websites based on keywords. You can search within printed books with Google Book Search, search for news items with Google News, search for video files with Google Video, or search for products for purchase with Froogle. Learn about the top ten ways to search with Google.

Communication Tools:

Communication tools include Blogger, Calendar, Gmail, Groups, Hello, and Talk.

Google Downloads:

Desktop software applications include Desktop, Earth, Picasa, and Toolbar.

Mobile Tools:

Tools for mobile devices include the mobile version of Google News, SMS, and Maps for Mobile. 

Corporate Environment:

Google has a reputation for a casual atmosphere. As one of the few successful startups, Google still retains many perks of that era, including free lunch and laundry for employees and parking lot roller hockey games. Google employees are allowed to spend twenty percent of their time on projects of their choosing.

Controversial Behavior:

Google, in order to maintain a worldwide presence, has sometimes had to pull or filter keywords and websites for web searches originating in some countries, such as China, Germany, France, or even the United States. This has lead to charges of corporate censorship, but Google maintains that they filtered results only to comply with the law.  
Google Reviews
  • Review of Google News
  • Review of Google Earth
  • Review of Blogger
More Google
  • Review of Picasa
  • Review of Google Desktop
  • Improve Your Rank with Google Toolbar
Get the Most from Google
  • Google for the Digital Camera
  • Google Don'ts
  • Google for College Students

Google facts
  • Founded
  • Founders
    Larry Page and Sergey Brin
  • Incorporation
    September 4, 1998
  • Initial public offering (NASDAQ)
    August 19, 2004
  • Headquarters
    1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
    Mountain View
    CA 94043 

Google Search Box

Web definition
Google Search is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. Google Search is the most-used search engine on the World Wide Web, handling more than three billion searches each day. The order of search on Google's search-results pages is based, in part, on a priority rank called a "PageRank"....