The human brain is a complex and interconnected system, the largest and the most functionally important part of the central nervous system. Its functions include processing of sensory information coming from the senses, planning, decision making, coordination, motion control, positive and negative emotions, attention and memory. The highest function performed by the brain is thinking.
You can easily find out which of the hemispheres of your brain is active at the moment. Look at this picture.
If the person in the picture is rotating clockwise, your left hemisphere is more active at the moment [...]
Google has released source code of Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich which could be grabbed from Google’s Android Open-Source Project git servers.
At the moment Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich equipped only device is Galaxy Nexus but definitely more devices will get release soon having it but Android 4.0 source code will help developers and hackers to create custom ROMs for other mobile devices as well.
To know details about Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich source code download visit Google Groups.
Sure, plenty of folks are still waiting for their shipments to arrive, but Apple’s latest magical handset is already baring its innards, courtesy of the screwdriver-wielding mad scientists at iFixit. The teardown is still carrying the “In Progress” badge at the moment, but among the findings thus far is the discovery of a slightly larger battery. Can the stash of magic dust be too far behind?
Update: The good folks over at iFixit have finished mucking about the iPhone 4S’s innards and have confirmed the handset’s packing 512MB of DDR2 RAM, an updated Qualcomm MDM6610 [...]
It looks like the rumors are true, folks — the long-awaited update that brings Google Wallet to the Samsung Nexus S 4G on Sprint is indeed here, just two days shy of missing the “summer” deadline completely. We’re pretty scant on details at the moment, but the announcement has shown up on an official FAQ page on Samsung’s site informing us that build GWK74 is available. If you’re a proud owner of the now fully-functional device, you should receive a notification stating that an update is available to deliver the goods via an OTA refresh. We’re not sure [...]
Sorry folks, this colorful Series 3 lappy from Sammy is for the fine citizens of Korea only, at least for the moment. The 350U weighs in at just under three pounds and 0.8-inches thick, while housing a Core i5, up to a 640GB HD, a 12.5-inch anti-reflective screen, and a battery large enough to keep it chugging along for over eight hours. Really, the big difference between this notebook and the same-sized Series 3 shipping here in the states are the color options. While Americans all get the same gun-metal gray, our friends across the pacific can pick black, silver or pink (you know, for the ladies). [...]
The headline’s about all we know at the moment, but CNBC is now confidently reporting that Facebook is set to launch a music service of some sort on September 22nd, which conveniently lines up with the company’s F8 developer conference. Could that service also include a dash of Spotify? Maybe some Vibes? We’ll be there to find out.
With a lot of other announcements regarding the alternative options for the Personal Systems Group (PSG), HP is also giving up with webOS hardware specifically the TouchPad and webOS phones.
Although, HP will keep webOS ownership and continue its exploration to make it valuable for future but at the moment its not known that who will gain HP’s hardware business as there are many options are available there.
In July 2010 HP acquired Palm webOS for $1.2 billion and company claimed that they will give a new user experience by releasing webOS with their smart phones but after spending a full year [...]
The wallpaper is one of the most basic customizations on any computing device, be it your computer screen or your phone. It is the one thing most of us change the moment we get our hands on a new device. — and, if you’re like me, every few days. Unfortunately, it isn’t difficult to get bored by the stock wallpaper collection, and finding good wallpapers for Android phones on the web is not the easiest of tasks. Let us take that challenge, then, and present to you a collection of 60 kick-ass wallpaper images to spice up your home screens. Note that the wallpapers in the list below are in two [...]
One of the strongest points that Facebook has over Google Plus at the moment are the privacy settings and controls it offers its users. Google+ has a decent Privacy dashboard to tweak and set what part of content you want to show to which Google+ circle, but again, it took years for Facebook to get this (kinda) right and Google+ will take time too.
You can go through the privacy options and set what part of your profile is to be visible to what people. You can completely hide everything, or set as you want. How to do that? Read below.
How to Edit Google+ Privacy Settings for Profile [...]
Google announced Chromebooks, and unveiled the Samsung Chromebook and the Acer Chromebook at the second day of Google I/O 2011 earlier today.
Along with that, their came a very interesting announcement that Google is working on – the Google Chromebox. This Samsung-built Chromebox will provide the same Chrome OS experience on your desktop, more like Mac Min, but it will have the web-centric Chrome OS for desktops.
No solid details available at the moment, but soon we’ll have something to share as it gets revealed with time. It seems this was just a prototype that Smasung is working on [...]