what an amazing service from google ( Google Wallet)

January 1, 2012

really is an amazing service … Google wallet .. no need to carry the normal wallet

watch the video …

really nice that is way we love Google always brings new amazing services.

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Google Chrome Speed Tests [Watch it out]

June 4, 2010

These speed tests were filmed at actual web page rendering times. Watch the video

Equipment used:
– Computer: MacBook Pro laptop with Windows installed
– Monitor – 24″ Asus: We had to replace the standard fluorescent backlight with very large tungsten fixtures to funnel in more light to capture the screen. In addition, we flipped the monitor 180 degrees to eliminate a shadow from the driver board and set the system preferences on the computer to rotate 180 degrees. No special software was used in this process.
– Camera: Phantom v640 High Speed Camera at 1920 x 1080, films up to 2700 fps

watch this video to see how they make it : Behind the scenes

I hope you enjoy it : To download chrome click here

To read more about chrome  :

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Chrome
  2. http://www.google.com/googlebooks/chrome/

Come Clean 4 Congo

October 24, 2009

Tonight at the Hollywood Film Festival’s Human Rights Symposium, Matt Smith will accept his award for submitting the winning video to YouTube’s Video for Change program, “Come Clean 4 Congo,” in partnership with the Enough Project. Back in May, we asked you to make videos demonstrating the connection between the “conflict minerals” used in cell phones and the war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Matt’s winning video, voted #1 by the YouTube community, used spoken word to take a far-away, complex issue and make it understandable and compelling:

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Celebrating free expression 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall

October 23, 2009

In 1989, the fall of the Berlin Wall became a striking symbol for free expression far beyond the borders of Germany. Just 20 years later, Iranian citizens used online tools like YouTube and Twitter to share firsthand accounts of the brutal government crackdown waged against protesters disputing the country’s election results. Many Iraniansrisked their lives to document the violence, despite the government’s attempts to expel journalists and stifle any voices of dissent.

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