Oh yeah, don't forget to click my 1+ button on my front page!!!
Google's competitor to the Facebook "Like" button, the Google "+1" button is a way to tell others the sites that you like, or that you trust. The best part is, when you +1 a site in a Google Search, it will appear publicly for everyone to see and benefit from it. Don't worry, you can choose for your +1s to be hidden also. Sometimes you will see your friend's 1+, who knows? Check out this video!
Yes, as said in the video, you can get a +1 button for your site! Getting a +1 button for your site requires a little coding experience, but in the long run, it will attract more and more customers. Your +1s will be also shown to your contacts and friends, with your name next to it. Want to try it out? Go to this site.
Oh yeah, don't forget to click my 1+ button on my front page!!!
ASIMO is a very interesting humanoid robot that was invented by Honda! Sorry i couldn't make this review any longer, my computer ran out of battery in the middle. Anyways, here is the 2011 video of ASIMO:
ASIMO was created so that humans could live in harmony with robots, with the project dating back to 1986.
Look at the past versions:
ASIMO is a truly revolutionary robot. Go to the website to see all the cool features not shown in the video!
Read more at its website!
OK, so when you get on your computer, what's the first thing you do? Most people would go on the internet. Now that search engine you know and trust, Google, is coming out with a Chrome OS. Yes, a whole new type of computer. Google views that most people do not click on their desktop icons, so they have decided to create a new Operating System, in the cloud, and contained in a browser. It's built for people who "live on the web", so when it starts up, it goes directly to the web. It has almost no offline access , so every almost program you run will be stored in the cloud as a web application (or app).
So, to sum it up, Chrome OS will be very fast in browsing and starting up, light weight, and gets you on the internet. It will also have most of the features of the Chrome Browser.
Just so you know, the Chrome Computer will be released on an estimated date of June 15, including Samsung and Acer models. It looks like a great OS so far, and I think I would buy it.
Read more here: http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/07/introducing-google-chrome-os.html
Do you ever see a Youtube video you really like??? I bet you have... if you want to save it to your computer to share and edit it, then try out KeepVid!!!
It's a free, easy webpage that lets you take almost any video on any site and put it on your computer! Just enter in the URL of the webpage that the video is on, and you can select from a n MP4, MP3, or an FLV format to download. Come on, try it out here!!!!!!!!
I, Personally, use it!!!
Check out my Glogster for School at:
Yeah, go check out Glogster. It's a great way to poster yourself.
It's like a Blog, but better. Share your ideas life, and other stuff!
There are so many features, I can't tell them all to you here.
Try it out now!!!!
Yeah, that's right. The next Wii is coming out! I know what you all think, that it will be a flunk,
but Nintendo has thought through everything. In their so-called "Project Cafe", They are designing a new console with its name not yet released, but dubbed "Wii 2". Wii 2 will have custom made, triple core IBM PowerPC Chip. That means the Wii 2 will have more power than the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3!
They are even redesigning the old controller and changing it to a casual gaming control but with a twist: A huge screen in the middle. This allows you to "Stream" your game to your control and turn off your TV. Do you still have your old Wii and Gamecube games? Want to still play them? Well, you're in luck. The Wii 2 will be able to play both. The new console will also have 3-D and an HD display.
So, when will it be released? Nintendo has confirmed that "Wii 2" will come out in 2012, maybe April or later. Estimated cost will be $350-$400, but that will be set in stone when it actually comes out.
More coverage will be coming! Stay tuned!!!
We all know that tech can stress you out. Sometimes it's good to relax for a while. I suggest you go to
this website to relax yourself and calm yourself.
One of the most anticipated games of 2011 has been released early by Valve! Yep, it's Portal 2. For those of you who don't know, it is an awesome game for the Ps3, PC, or Xbox. It is a game in which you use a portal gun to create portals you can go through too complete the level. Your main goal is to escape a Science Facility controled by a mad robot named GLaDOS, while playing as the human, Chell. If you haven't already, go check it out! It has a great plot twist and it is an overall outstanding puzzle game with great graphics and music, improved from the original. It features turrets that shoot at you, gels that make you jump higher, run fast, or let you place a portal anywhere on a flat surface, a small round robot that helps you throughout your escape, and more! Oh, and if you haven't played the 1st portal yet, I suggest you check it out now.
There is also a Co-op player mode where your friends can join in on the fun, playing as the robots Atlas and P-Body. Work together to solve different puzzles with 4 portals you can use in total.
Overall, Portal 2 is a great, long, game that is funny and worth while to play.
Buy it now!
Here are some screen shots:
(Above) The Scratch logo, along with its trademarked cat.
I have found a wonderful program. Scratch, made by MIT, is a easy to use programming language for ages 5-13. It is based on Sqeak Smalltalk, and is built on you having to drag "blocks" from the palette to create a program. The shape of the blocks prevent any syntax errors, so Scratch is perfect for young people interested in programming. You can make anything, from games, to animations or art! It even has a Scratch website to upload your projects to, a Scratch wiki, and forums. Finally, it has the most friendly online community! Every day, there is someone who can help you, there is always no swearing, and it is always simple to make new friends.
Well, if this is the 1st time you've heard of Scratch, you are in luck. Scratch 2.0, the highly improved version of Scratch that will be in the cloud, will be released very soon. Oh, and if you want to make a pro game with saving and all that, Scratch is not for you. Scratch is just an easy programming language that can't make a big game. It is still worth to try out, though. Have fun at scratch.mit.edu!
Is it true? Yes. A white iphone is coming to the public!
Oh, and it's not just the color they changed, they have add better functionality and multi-tasking. They even might double the existing memory for iphones, raising 32 GB to 64!!! The only thing that is keeping back the launch of this promising gadget is the recent earthquake in Japan, for Japan makes most of the parts for the iphone. Estimated date of launch, maybe September 2011, when Japan should be better.
That is a lot of features, but is it worth it? I don't think I would need to open more than 3 tabs at once.
In my opinion, the added memory is an exceptional perk, but I would get it just for the sleek and shiny new color of it. Well, it's up to you.
P.S: Check out the video that leaked this idea: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wg-gfF3Pryc&feature=player_embedded
This is Nanolabs, signing off.