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Getting started with 3D

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Viewing movies and TV in high definition 3D is truly stunning and with more and more people adopting this new technology it’s important to know just what is required to get started and then get the most out of it.

The first thing you’ll need is a television capable of displaying 3D images. Be aware that there is a difference between full 3D capability and 3D Ready televisions.

Full 3D displays are capable of running 3D straight away whereas some 3D Ready sets could only be compatible with certain types of 3D signal. If a television is listed as 3D Ready, always double check what the retailer means by this.

3D glasses are essential to 3D viewing. Whilst most 3D televisions will come packaged with at least one pair, ensure that you have enough pairs so that all members of your household can enjoy 3D.

Once set up you’ll need some 3D content. Sky television has a dedicated 3D channel for its subscribers at no extra cost, although chances are you didn’t buy a 3DTV to watch one channel!

Most Blu Ray players will be compatible with your 3D TV and since the current crop of 3D technology was developed for movies, the effects are stunning. If a film was released in 3D at the cinema, chances are it’s available in 3D on Blu Ray for you to enjoy in the comfort of your own home.

Sony’s Playstation 3 is also 3D compatible with several games already supporting the innovation and most future titles expected to. Gaming in 3D makes the experience even more immersive than ever.

Whilst none of the above devices required for 3D viewing come cheap, the benefits far outweigh the costs and with 3D looking like it’s here to stay, any investment is likely to stand the test of time.

Facebook Starts Video Calling

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Facebook Starts Video Calling

Facebook Video Calling

Facebook has started video calling.Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised to give a surprise to Facebook users on 6th July.We predicted it before that it could be video calling with the help of Skype integration.

Now Mark Zuckerberg has officially announced the video calling feature available on Facebook.
How to make a Video Call in Facebook
Below are simple steps to make a video call on Facebook

1)The first time you try to video chat someone or answer a Video call, you will asked to download a program.
2)After the download is complete,install the program (It is Facebook Video call plugin installer)
3)The chat window will then ask you to select some Flash settings.
4)After that, the feature works like “a mini-Skype client”.(see the image above)
5)you can also record a video message if the person you’re calling doesn’t answer.

Get Your Own Google+ Vanity URL

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Get Your Own Google+ Vanity URL

Get Your Own Google+ Vanity URL

Google plus is launched and is available only by invitation.If you are invited to Google Plus and have created a account than you might have noticed that unlike Facebook and Twitter, Google+ doesn’t offer vanity URLs for user profiles
For example for Twitter our blog has following vanity URL

Google uses a long string of numbers to denote users.This is used for security reasons so that spammers could not figure out your email address.

This string is helpful in saving your email ID from spammers on the other hand it creates difficulty for you to remember it or sharing it.You have to be carefull while typing or sharing this string with your friends to find your Google+ Profile.
Solution of this problem is Gplus.to. This simple little app lets you create a short URL for your Google+ page, making it easy to share with your friends.

Gplus.to fills a gap that Google+ doesn’t currently address. Should Google give users the ability to create vanity URLs, or is it too much of a privacy concern because of its connection to Gmail? Feel free to let us know in the comments.

World's First 10 Domain Names

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World's First 10 Domain Names
World's Oldest 10 Domain Names

Websites are important part of today's fast changing World.Any information is spread around the world within few minutes.If we count in terms of population than Facebook is the at third position with its users.

Domain Name is essential part of website and it gives unique identity to a website.It makes easy for a user to reach a specific website.Domain name is the identity of your blog or website on the internet.According to the information provided by a Domain registering company,there are 131,055,842 active domains by 07 July 2011.The number of deleted domains is 402,575,536.This figure shows the growing interest of people in online system.

Do you know which one is the oldest Domain on internet?
Which was the first registered domain?Here I have collected a list of 10 oldest domain name.

So, Here are the top 10 oldest domain names:

1. Symbolics.com

Symbolics.com is the first registered domain name.It was registered by Symbolics in March 15, 1985.

2. Bbn.com

The second domain name registered in the internet is Bbn.com. It was registered by BBN Technologies in April 24, 1985. It is the first 3 letters domain name registered in the internet.

3. Think.com

Think.com was registered by Thinking Machines in May 24, 1985. It is the first registered domain with keyword "think".First two domains were named after their company name.

4. Mcc.com

Mcc.com was registered by Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation in July 11, 1985.

5. Dec.com

Dec.com is the fifth domain name registered in internet. It was registered by Digital Equipment Corporation in September 30, 1985.

6. Northrop.com

Northrop.com was registered by Northrop Corporation in November 7, 1985.It was the sixth and last domain registered in 1985.

7. Xerox.com

Xerox.com was registered by Xerox in January 9, 1986. It is the first domain name registered in 1986.

8. Sri.com

Sri.com was registered by SRI International in January 17, 1986.

9. Hp.com

Hp.com is the first 2 letter domain name registered. It was registered by Hewlett-Packard in March 3, 1986.

10. Bellcore.com

Bellcore.com is the 10th domain name registered in the internet. It was registered by Bell Communications Research in March 5, 1986.

iPhone 5 launch expected in 3rd Quarter

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iPhone 5 launch expected in 3rd Quarter

iPhone 5

New rumors about release date of Apple's iPhone 5 are in the market.According to new rumors Apple’s next-generation iPhone will launch in the third quarter and the company plans to ship 25 million units by year’s end, according to a report.

Citing “people familiar with the situation,” The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has placed orders with suppliers in Taiwan for some of the next iPhone’s key components. The new version of the iPhone will include an 8-megapixel camera (compared to the current 5-megapixel) and will be thinner and lighter than the iPhone 4.

The article also cites a source who says the new iPhone will use Qualcomm’s baseband chips. The current iPhone uses memory chips from Samsung and baseband chips from Infineon Technologies, according to a report from iSuppli Corp.

Apple is telling suppliers to produce enough of the phones to meet a goal of 25 million units by year’s end. By comparison, Apple said it sold 18.65 million iPhones in the fiscal second quarter, which ended March 26. The initial units will ship to assembler Hon Hai in August.

This new information jibes with other information that has leaked out about the release. Last month, Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty sent a note to clients stating that the next iPhone would begin production in August. Rumors about the new iPhone also surfaced last month, including one from Boy Genius Report that cited a source saying the iPhone 5 would sport a “radical new case design.” Bloomberg also reported that the model would have an 8-megapixel camera and an AS5 processor and would be available in September.

Google To Retire Blogger & Picasa

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Google To Retire Blogger & Picasa

Google To Retire Blogger & Picasa

Blogger and Picasa are two world Famous sites of Google.Blogger is famous for a number of different blogs hosted on it and Picasa is used for storing images.Both of these services are provided for free by Google.Now Google is going to axe these two popular brand names.

Blogger and Picasa aren’t going away.Instead, Blogger and Picasa will be renamed as part of a branding push following the release of Google+, the company's new social network. Blogger will be called Google Blogs and Picasa will become Google Photos.

Blogger and Picasa have been a part of Google from long time.Picasa was acquired in 2004 and Blogger (co-founded by Evan Williams of Twitter) was acquired in 2003.Blogger is one of the top ten most visited sites of the world.Even my blog Information Ground is also running on Blogger Platform.

Re-branding these two products could upset some existing customers.But it will give Google the ability to completely integrate both services into Google+.Rebranding could be done in upcoming 4 to 6 weeks.

Facebook Can start Video Chat

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Facebook can start Video Chat Today

Facebook start Video Chat

After the announcement of Google Plus, Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced to give Facebook users a surprise gift on 6th July 2011.
There are rumors that Facebook can start video chat with the help of Skype.This video chat will be integrated in the browser and there will be no need to download/install any other software.
Skype was purchased by Microsoft $8.5 billion this May.Facebook has over 750 million users, while Skype has 170 million. But it boasts of over 207 billion minutes of voice and video conversations in 2010.
After the announcement of Google's New Social networking site Google Plus,Facebook is trying to keep its user bound with its new services.Google announced video chat option in Google Plus.Click here for complete list of features available in Google Plus.

We will provide you more detail on Today's Facebook's Surprise Gift as soon as it is available.