A new arrangement with the management of Google/YouTube has brightened the chance of YouTube being unblocked in Pakistan.
If certain conditions of the Google management are met,YouTube will be accessible as YouTube.com.pk,a local search engine.
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Scientists have found evidence of an ancient freshwater lake on Mars well suited to support microbial life,the researchers said Monday.
The lake,located inside Gale Crater where the rover landed in August 2012,likely covered an area 31 miles (50 km) long and 3 miles (5 km) wide,though its size varied over time.
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The kitchen of the future will be your interactive friend,helping you cook,shop and eat with optimum hygiene and efficiency.
And many of the technologies that will help us live this way are already here.
Smart fridges featuring wi-fi enabled tablet-style screens and barcode scanning technology can keep tabs on the foods they contain, . . . →Read More:The kitchen of the future
“A tech giant rises – another falls,”said the front-page headline on the Financial Times. It juxtaposed Twitter’s initial public offering (IPO),which is set to raise more from the market than Google did in 2004,with the chaotic events at BlackBerry,which dropped a plan to sell itself for $4.7bn,jettisoned its chief executive and said it would . . . →Read More:Why BlackBerry is history
Eating has become an increasingly mobile sport. We now consume a third of our calories (and spend half of our food dollars) away from home. At the same time,we’re a lot more interested in what’s in our food these days. Fortunately,information has become more mobile as well. Most of us now carry the . . . →Read More:Health apps on the go
Google Inc on Thursday unveiled the newest version of its Android smartphone software,aiming to allow more smartphone users access to its evolving menu of online services such as driving directions voice-activated search.
The new “KitKat”version of Android will be able to run on inexpensive,low-end smartphones as well as the most advanced devices,Sundar Pichai,Google Senior . . . →Read More:Google’s KitKat is out
With its domination of the tablet computer market at stake, Apple Inc. unveiled an upgraded line of iPad tablets Tuesday,featuring thinner bodies,sharper screens,and more powerful processor chips. But it is an open question whether the new iPads can fend off ferocious competition from giant rivals like Samsung Corp. and Google Inc.,whose low-cost . . . →Read More:Apple’s attempt at securing market share
A group of Chinese scientists at Shanghai’s Fudan University have a bright idea:A lightbulb that produces its own Wi-Fi signal. According to Xinhua,the technology is called Li-Fi,and the prototype actually works better than the average connection in China.
As many as four computers placed near a Li-Fi bulb can connect to the . . . →Read More:Chinese scientists invent Wi-fi emitting bulb
Facebook users can no longer hide their profiles from others who search their names on the social media network.
In a note issued Thursday,the company’s chief privacy officer Michael Richter said a privacy setting that controlled “Who can look up your Timeline by name”had been removed. This effectively meant the profile of anyone with . . . →Read More:Facebook users can no longer hide their profiles