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13 April 2012

Tsunami : How to predict them?

A Tsunami  is a series of water waves caused by the displacement of a large volume of a body of water, typically an ocean or a large lake. Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and other underwater explosions (including detonations of underwater nuclear devices), landslides, glacier calvings, meteorite impacts and other disturbances above or below water all have the potential to generate a tsunami.

The tides causes much distruction to the nearby sea land. Here We explain how techonology is used to predict tsunamies..

1. Place bottom pressure recorders on the bottom of the ocean floor as these specialized devices record water pressure changes.
2. Place surface buoys (outfitted with an acoustic modem attuned to read and record the bottom pressure recorders' data) above water near where the bottom pressure recorders reside.
    a. The bottom pressure recorders' software should be set to run an algorithm that calculates water height values based on the water pressure.
    b. The software then compares the current measurements with previous recordings and transmits it.
3. Set the software so that if two predicted water values in a row are higher than expected, the bottom pressure recorder goes into an alert mode called Tsunami Response Mode.
4. Hook up satellite connections between the buoys and local ground stations or your computer.
    a. Computers should be equipped to translate the signals and submit them for transmission to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Tsunami Warning Centers.
5. Monitor seismographic readings and when they indicate trouble, load a hazard-mapping simulation program to your computer.
    a. This program should have data about current weather states and historical data input for it to calculate probabilities.
    b. The pressure recorder will only revert after 3 hours of calm water pressure measurements.
6. Input the current data on water pressure changes, land geography, and weather conditions and run the simulation program adjusting plans and evacuations accordingly.
    a. Computer simulations of tsunamis are used to predict when waves will hit the coastline, how tall the waves will be, and how deep inland the waves will reach.
7. Gain access to or place GPS satellites around your coastlines.
    a. These satellites will react to displacement from earthquake activity on the ocean's floor, which can trigger or foreshadow tsunamis.
8. Bounce radio signals between satellites and measure their travel time.
    a. Differences in travel time that are significant can be transmitted to local stations, yet another way to signal tsunami risk and warn of danger.
9. Monitor your area's data and begin to build historical trends to reference.

09 April 2012

Facebook : Buys instagram for $1 billion



Facebook is to announce its biggest purchase. the $1 billion deal.

Facebook has acquired Instagram, the popular photo-sharing application, for about $1 billion in cash and stock, the company said Monday. In a Facebook post on a profile page, the company’s chief, Mark Zuckerberg said he planned to build Instragram independently from the social network. The move will allow users to post on other social networks, follow users not on Facebook, and to opt out of sharing on Facebook.

“For years, we’ve focused on building the best experience for sharing photos with your friends and family,” Mr. Zuckerberg wrote. “Now, we’ll be able to work even more closely with the Instagram team to also offer the best experiences for sharing beautiful mobile photos with people based on your interests.”


According to News release:

Facebook announced today that it has reached an agreement to acquire Instagram, a fun, popular photo-sharing app for mobile devices.

The total consideration for San Francisco-based Instagram is approximately $1 billion in a combination of cash and shares of Facebook. The transaction, which is subject to customary closing conditions, is expected to close later this quarter.

Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, posted about the transaction on his Timeline:

I’m excited to share the news that we’ve agreed to acquire Instagram and that their talented team will be joining Facebook.

For years, we’ve focused on building the best experience for sharing photos with your friends and family. Now, we’ll be able to work even more closely with the Instagram team to also offer the best experiences for sharing beautiful mobile photos with people based on your interests.

We believe these are different experiences that complement each other. But in order to do this well, we need to be mindful about keeping and building on Instagram’s strengths and features rather than just trying to integrate everything into Facebook.

That’s why we’re committed to building and growing Instagram independently. Millions of people around the world love the Instagram app and the brand associated with it, and our goal is to help spread this app and brand to even more people.

We think the fact that Instagram is connected to other services beyond Facebook is an important part of the experience. We plan on keeping features like the ability to post to other social networks, the ability to not share your Instagrams on Facebook if you want, and the ability to have followers and follow people separately from your friends on Facebook.

These and many other features are important parts of the Instagram experience and we understand that. We will try to learn from Instagram’s experience to build similar features into our other products. At the same time, we will try to help Instagram continue to grow by using Facebook’s strong engineering team and infrastructure.

This is an important milestone for Facebook because it’s the first time we’ve ever acquired a product and company with so many users. We don’t plan on doing many more of these, if any at all. But providing the best photo sharing experience is one reason why so many people love Facebook and we knew it would be worth bringing these two companies together.

We’re looking forward to working with the Instagram team and to all of the great new experiences we’re going to be able to build together.

Galaxy S III Specs also leaked [Video]



News spreading across the world says like Samsung’s new Android   smart phone Galaxy S III launched before the official launch. Samsung has almost confirmed the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III May 22. The best news in this is that the Galaxy S3 might be coming all around at the world at the same time, rather than what it used to happen earlier, going nation by nation and getting slower attention.

There will be no show for this Mobile World Congress event. The Samsung Galaxy S III pictures and information appearing on the web, courtesy of a leaked image passed to GSM Helpdesk Netherlands. Along with a purported official press image of the expected smartphone are most of the hardware specifications.

The device Samsung Galaxy S III looks totally excellent, with the 5 touch-sensitive keys on the bottom, which probably could be for Phone, Menu, Apps, Back and Search. Apart from that, the leaked picture of Samsung Galaxy S III also shows the 4G LTE connectivity, and a new flash to the camera, which could be a 10.1-megapixel one.

The leaked specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S3 are:
  • 1.5GB of RAM
  • 32GB Internal storage memory
  • SD Card slot to expand memory
  • 4.65″ “Super AMOLED III” display
  • 10-megapixel camera
  • 1080p video recording at 60fps
  • 2250mAh battery
  • NFC Chip
  • Ice Cream Sandwich OS with Touchwiz 5.0

From another source, website Crazyaboutmobile, comments specifications that are rumoured around could be possibly a little higher than what is shared on the Galaxy S III’s Facebook wall post. This is yet another list of rumoured specifications around -

  • 4.6-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen at 1,280×720-pixel resolution
  • 1.8GHz chip with 2GB RAM
  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
  • 12-megapixel camera


08 April 2012

Project Glass : Microsoft to heat up [Funny Video]



Google co-founder Sergey Brin spotted wearing Project Glass prototype IR

Project Glass, as soon as the release of new stunning technology people believes paradise is not too far away. Soon after the releasing of the video footage of Google’s new product "Project Glass" people from different walks of life celebrating it. Literarily it is stunning technology but there are some problems too.

The reality is, too often, computers and mobile devices are too unstable to have them spread across my face. You want to know just how annoying it can be? Watch the video below but beware of increased blood pressure as a result. I am only half kidding, this video WILL annoy you!

Microsoft released their augmented reality glasses prototype right away, watch on here

Samsung Galaxy S III Pictures Leaked


Samsung Galaxy S III pictures has been leaked. This video adds some more information on the Samsung Galaxy S III and it says the new Samsung Galaxy S III may be available by May 22. The Samsung Galaxy S III, undoubtedly the most anticipated Anrdoid handset for 2012.

The press invitation teases: “Samsung Galaxy S III, New Generation Coming, May 22nd, London, United Kingdom.” We should also remember that London is where the Summer Olympics will be held this year, and this looks like one of the reasons why Samsung picked the UK for the unveiling Samsung Galaxy S3.

“Fast. Vivid. Slim,”  this is how Samsung summarizes about the upcoming Galaxy S III. Nearly half of the handset appears on the right side of the invitation flyer, and it’s got some weird curves and shapes, looking very different than its rectangular right shaped predecessor, the S II.  Samsung Galaxy S III also has a strange carving on the side, and we have no idea whether it has any other function than to please the eye and puzzle the press.

A 3Korean publication Daum says “there will be two Samsung Galaxy S 3 models - one with LTE connectivity (the Samsung Galaxy S III LTE for markets like the US, obviously) and a "3G" version for the rest of the world where LTE is not yet present (possibly, Galaxy S III 3G). Now, it also cautions us that the LTE version might take longer to make it to shelves, and could arrive sometime in July.”