Thursday, December 30, 2010

Most Popular Featured Workspaces of 2010

Photo remixed from an original by Matt Katzenberger(

The Day Trader's Paradise

Most Popular Featured Workspaces of 2010
This monstrous workspace was our most popular of the year. Who could resist peeking in the article to see just how many monitors are in the setup? By far it was the most expensive workspace we featured and we'd dare to venture it had the most cable laid.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

What is Traitorware? ! A MUST READ !

Your digital camera may embed metadata into photographs with the camera's serial number or your location. Your printer may be incorporating a secret code on every page it prints which could be used to identify the printer and potentially the person who used it. If Apple puts a particularly creepy patent it has recently applied for into use, you can look forward to a day when your iPhone may record your voice, take a picture of your location, record your heartbeat, and send that information back to the mothership.
This is traitorware: devices that act behind your back to betray your privacy.

Friday, December 24, 2010

Unlock Nexus S Bootloader [How to Guide]

It hasn’t even been a day since Google Nexus S hit the Best Buy’s shelves in US and it’s bootloader has already been unlocked. For those who don’t know, unlocking the bootloader allows you to go into custom recovery mode so you can install custom ROMs like Cyanogen Mod etc.  

It’s not “rooting”, it’s openness :: ANDROID

“Nexus S has been rooted, let the madness commence!” proclaims En-gadget. “This is only possible because Android's security is crap and it's exploited easily to gain root privileges [sic]”
  adds a commenter.

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

War of pro-GRAMMING Languages

  Every programmer knows there is one true programming language. A new one every week

DeVIL mAY cRY 5 :-- DMC 5 (summer 2011)

ya its back ...... with DANTE ..while i have played DMC 4 and i am a big fan of the feel that it gives of PlayStation on your PC ..100 of moves and combination ...that makes ur finger paining ,ur keyboard wear out...... still the jest is incomplete
 some screen- shots & trailer

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

The Best HTML5 Game Yet: A Threat To Flash?

Casual gaming is a bastion for Adobe’s Flash format, but we are told that it is just a matter of time until HTML5 will replace Flash as we know it today. Grant Skinner has released the best casual HTML5 game we have seen to date and we wonder why there is still a need for Flash, if HTML5 is just at its beginning and Flash is struggling to stay current?


Monday, December 20, 2010

10 Must-Have Google Chrome Extensions for Web Developers

What can I say, I’ve been in love with Google Chrome since they day it was released. I resisted using it until extensions were added, as I was highly dependent on my Firefox plugins as a web developer. As Chrome gets more and more popular, tons of great extensions are being developed that have made it one of the (if not the) best browsers around.

What can I say, I’ve been in love with Google Chrome since they day it was released. I resisted using it until extensions were added, as I was highly dependent on my Firefox plugins as a web developer. As Chrome gets more and more popular, tons of great extensions are being developed that have made it one of the (if not the) best browsers around.

The Top 10

I’m always looking for ways to increase productivity and improve my overall experience in the application I spend the most amount of time in: my web browser. The following are 10 Chrome extensions, when used in conjunction with the Chrome element inspector, that have helped make web developing on Chrome a lot less painful:

1. StayFocusd

This extension is highly recommended. StayFocusd is a productivity extension for Google Chrome that helps you stay focused on work by restricting the amount of time you can spend browsing time-wasting websites. Once your allotted time for the day has been used up, the sites you have blocked will be inaccessible for the rest of the day.

Googlish Google's secret code language - wdyt?

Googlish is the language used to communicate via Instant Messaging. Any high school kid understands it instantly. It is not unique to Google, or any company. The way we communicate in this Twitter / SMS world, and the tools we use to do it, is rapidly changing. A Googler sent this message recently. I will add translation.

Googlish. (n). A recently discovered language spoken 1,000,000 solar years ago by a civilization on the former planet Earth. Evidence indicates it was a gutural and unpronounceable language, a conclusion drawn from the one surviving fragment:

- yt? vc?                       [You there? Video conference?]

Nude.js - Nudity detection with JavaScript and HTMLCanvas JavaScript defeats Flash(er).

well this amazing scanning images and video through javascript::

i have'nt tested it much...but listen what its says::

click on the following link

The Ones That Didn’t Make It: Windows’ Failed Rivals

A quarter century ago, a new package called Windows faced some pretty daunting competition. 

Microsoft shipped Windows 1.0 on November 20th, 1985. Twenty-five years later, it’s not just hard to remember an era in which Windows wasn’t everywhere–it’s also easy to forget that it wasn’t a given that it would catch on, period.
The company had announced the software in November of 1983, before most PC users had ever seen a graphical user interface or touched the input device known as a mouse. But by the time Windows finally shipped two years later, after a series of embarrassing delays, it had seemingly blown whatever first-mover advantage it might have had. At least four other major DOS add-ons that let users run multiple programs in “windows” had already arrived.

Friday, December 17, 2010

GOOGLE : Query Refinements

Plus (+) Operator

Google ignores common words and characters such as where, the, how, and other digits and letters that slow down your search without improving the results. If a common word is essential to getting the results you want, you can make sure we pay attention to it by putting a "+" sign in front of it.

Here's the dirty truth about website passwords

Let's say you have good old traditional user-name and passwords on 50 different websites. That's 50 different programmers who all have different ideas of how your password should be stored. I hope for your sake you used a different (and extremely secure) password on every single one of those websites. Because statistically speaking, you're screwed.

Why attackers can't take down

NEW YORK ( -- The website-attacking group "Anonymous" tried and failed to take down on Thursday. The group's vengeance horde quickly found out something techies have known for years: Amazon, which has built one of the world's most invincible websites, is almost impossible to crash. 

The organizers of an attempted Amazon take down called off the attack less than an hour later.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

NVIDIA Tegra 600 Series......


well.....finally i have worked out to post cross-domain which browser's security policies do not allow .

This will be used to (AJAX) posting from java-script to any web-service or web-page in any DOMAIN and  also get back the results from there.


simple use this function in your java script->>

Technology Qualcomm shows off dual-core mobile phone processors

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

App Inventor for Android

I suggest start today !

no developer experience

just drag and drop that's all ... and u can call your self "ANDROID DEVELOPER"

App Inventor is the easiest way to create apps for your phone! App Inventor is built on the idea that you do not need to be a developer to build great mobile applications. Instead of code, App Inventor allows you to visually design applications and use blocks to specify application logic.

The Game : lets have a fight b/w Mr. BILL GATES & STEVE JOBS

Lets get out of the cold war b/w Apple and Microsoft ...bring it to the ground... follow the link in this post and enjoy :

Interesting thing to notice their  special powers... 

  Click  this to PLAY THE GAME

The Best Movies for Programmers :Softcore porn!

If you’ve done even a little programming then you’re also good at finding ways to waste time watching things vaguely related to it.  Admit it, you’ve spent at least a few hours watching videos about Android’s latest features or Chrome’s Internals even though you’ll never write a single line of code for either.  Don’t worry, I’m not going to list a bunch of technical talks.  We’re talking entertainment for after the work day.  The following movies are stimulating to watch for those with a programming oriented mind.

Welcome to Macintosh

Apple documentary that does a great job tracking the reasons for its successes and failures. I wasn’t sure I’d like the movie after reading the description on Netflix, but once the interview with a grumpy and inebriated ex-Apple Engineer started I was sold.  Just gets better from there.


The IT Crowd

series 1, 2, and 3.  4 is available on iTunes for ten bucks. Lets face it, if you’ve done any programming at all then you’re also the go to IT person for your entire extended family.  Over Thanksgiving I’m sure everyone one of you spent at least a few hours exercising the Tech Support Cheat Sheet.  The main focus of this show quickly diverges from IT, but each episode still includes references to nerd popculture.

We Live in Public
Netflix Streaming? Yes I can’t believe I had never heard of Pseudo.  If you haven’t, then make this the first movie you watch off this list.  You’ll be shocked that something like this existed in the late 90’s.  Also a bit of nudity sprinkled throughout, just for fun.


The Social Network

Netflix Streaming? No, not even out on DVD yet I’ll leave this description up to the awesome blogger, Mike Rundle:
“The Social Network was fucking awesome. Do not see it if you have an idea in your head because it’ll make you want to work on it 24/7.”