The Curiosity rover, which is designed to explore Mars, has found an ancient oasis on Mars. Researchers working with the Curiosity rover have found salt-enriched…
Google’s birthday is today as the company celebrates its 21 birthday with doodle.View More Google’s Birthday- The Search Giant Marks Its 21st Birthday
Google releases for the first time its VR Doodle to celebrate the French illusionist and film director on the anniversary of his 1912 his silent film: “À la conquête du pole”- On the Conquest of the Pole. The Doodle, called “Back to the Moon,” is a collaboration between Google Spotlight Stories (the company’s VR storytelling arm), Google Arts & Culture, and Cinémathèque Française.View More Google Releases its VR Doodle 360-degree Interactive Video for the First Time
Google presented a Chromecast TV dongle which allows to display on the TV a content from phone, tablet or laptop. The device, which main feature is the small size (externally Chromecast reminds “flash card”), is connected to the TV via the HDMI interface and connected to the Wi-fi network. With help of Chromecast TV dongle it is possible to bring to TV video (from stream services and with YouTube), music and movies from Google Play and other materials (for example, photos) which can be opened in the browser. Control of content is exercised from the Google dongle: phone, tablet or laptop. Thus on the TV screen all contents of the screen — so aren’t displayed, it is possible to show at the same time on the TV the movie and to check mail on the smartphone.
It is possible to work with Chromecast at smartphones and tablets on Android and iOS and on computers on which the Chrome browser is installed. Google let out for the SDK developers who allow to introduce technology support in third-party programs.
Below are presented most remarkable hi-tech innovations of 2011. The innovative device allows for using the most required entertainment options in a single box. Built-in Chrome browser will make the entire internet available on the TV’s large LCD screen. Ming-Zher Poh and Dan McDuff have developed a medical mirror which is able to tell your heartbeat without any clips connected to your body. A large framed mirror is equipped with a special webcam located behind the two-way glass.View More Top 10 Technology Innovations of 2011