The much awaited flagship phone of Samsung, the Galaxy S4 has been finally officially released. Prior to the release, a lot of hype was created beginning with the first photo leak which appeared a month back in the website. Now that we have gotten our hands on the device, we can decide whether the S4 actually live up to its hype and whether it is worth upgrading for the Galaxy S3 users.
Display: First up let’s take a look at the hardware side of this device. The first thing you will notice is that Samsung Galaxy S4 has one of the biggest displays compared to other latest Smart phones in the market. The SGS 4 is equipped with a 5 inch 1920X1080 full HD (1080p) AMOLED screen with 441 ppi. Thus, the S4 screen is bigger than that of HTC One (4.7 inch), iphone 5 and Galaxy S3 (4.8 inch) but smaller than Galaxy Note 2(5.5 inch). The screen ppi of Galaxy s3 was only 360 ppi and 720 x 1,280 pixels. Also, the Galaxy S4 has corning Gorilla Glass 3 whereas Galaxy S3 has Gorilla Glass 2- regarding this we still don’t know how big a difference it is, all we know is that the former is superior. Read more…
2012 most popular search quaries trending in google. Search queries with the highest amount of traffic over a sustained period is trending
Google publish its yearly most popular search keywords. The search engine’s Google Zeitgeist 2012 site is now open, inviting curious minds to explore the 142 trillion events, photos, songs, gadgets and celebrities that captured our attention over the past 12 months. Google also released its annual video retrospective of the year’s most memorable search topics
Here are most popular search trending words for year 2012. Read more…
Google inside adsense blog last month published the percentage of ads impression metrics for 235 country.These countrys included the island country of Palau – one of the world’s newest sovereign states – and the middle-African nation of Equatorial Guinea, with astounding growth rates of 1106% and 4635% respectively.
United states is still the largest in ads impression of 24.7%, where China and Japan are at 11% and 6% respectively. As you can see on image the Nepal in gray color that means including all the country in gray color share the 12.8% of total ads impression. Which clearly shows that the google adsense ads impression in Nepal as individual is much low in percentage. I reckon country in gray color also represent the degree of development and internet communication. Anyway in coming future hope to see Nepal going up in impression and development. Read more…
I have planned to publish my monthly income report of web stuff. Hoping that it will be inspiration for someone.
It’s been almost 6 years I have made money doing web stuff like advertisement and web development, from last 2 years it’s almost enough to make living out of it, so I cut my regular job by 75% to part-time only now. Currently I am in UK for my study and actively engaging with G & A Group Ltd, Roofer Portsmouth, Everest cash & carry Ltd, Global Home Service Ltd and Namaste United for web developing and online application some of them are well established company in United Kingdom. And my regular part-time job at BP (British petroleum)
In last 14 years Google has gone form 2 employe to 32,000.
Here how google employees work and life at Google. I like the way how googlers work, the way that they do experiment on each and every things they do from drinking water to human habits.
Google employees enjoy quality cuisine at no cost every mealtime and the perks go well beyond just a fully fed workforce.
Robert Moog has been celebrated today in a Google doodle Nepal.
At present it is visible in Nepal and Japan, where it is already the 78th anniversary of Moog’s birth.
And will soon make its way west. Moog died in 2005.
The interactive doodle allows internet users to play a keyboard and apply different effects to the synthesized sound.
Little bit about Robert Moog
Moog created the first Moog Modular synthesizer in 1963, and developed the more popular Minimoog in 1970.
In 1970, Moog received a Grammy Trustees Award for lifetime achievement. Moogfoundation.org offers a comprehensive look at his life and work.