After rolling out new design layout across its product spectrum, Google has now come up with its universal bar – black coloured bar on top. It carries links to its products in a drop menu and user information on right. “New Google bar that will enable you to navigate quickly between our services, as well as share the right stuff with the right people easily on Google+,” mentioned by Eddie Kessler, Technical Lead in the company’s Official Blog.
OpenSUSE, a community-driven Linux distribution sponsored by SUSE, has released version 12.1. Though the new OS is in the line of Fedora and Ubuntu, there are a new interesting features including its support to build your own private cloud with its own unique mirall desktop integration.
Google has release two features for two of its products. First, it has integrated YouTube with Google+; and secondly, has released Chrome extension for Google+.
A cinematic experiment has been made Oscar-winning director Kevin Macdonald and executive producer Ridley Scott who created this 90-minute feature film called Life in a Day. Thousands of people around the world recorded videos of their lives on July 24, 2010, who took part in this experiment. The result was more than 4,500 hours of footage. The final release provides an entertaining and surprising insight into the moving view of life on earth.
The University of Michigan (UM) has set to revamp its strategy to IT service usage and for investing in the next generation of technology. The initiative named NextGen Michigan has been in progress to stablish the institution as leaders and best in providing a campus IT environment. It is also envisaged that the initiative will dramatically advance the university’s academic, teaching, research and clinical programs.
In the crowded apps market, developers aspire to stand tall to be visible. Nobody wants to loose a moment to catch up with the promotional campaign. All will be delighted with the launch of new Ad platform by Appsfire. This platform provides promotional opportunities on iOS even before your app is out. “Get your App discovered, before launch;” is their buzz word.
appMobi, a mobile application development firm, is launching a new HTML5-powered browser for iOS. The browser, to be called as MobiUs Web App Browser, promises to bring additional capabilities typically found only in native apps to the mobile Web. It works both as a standalone browser alternative or in conjunction with Apple’s mobile Safari, similar to the way browser extensions work on the desktop Web.
A startup liveMinutes has launched its new web conferencing service.
In an ambitious attempt, YouTube, the world’s largest video site, is announcing that it’s lined up a slew of new content partners who will be developing shows for the site, covering everything from sports to comedy to music.