November 27, 2012

Google Books Downloader for Windows and Mac OS X

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Google has announced the launch of its new service; Google Books. Currently, you can purchase books (U.S. only) or download more than 3 million free books from anywhere in the world using this service.
As announced by Google, the aim of this project is to provide users with their own bookshelf on hand, no matter where they are.

Purchased or downloaded books can be read using a desktop browser, as well as through mobile devices based on the Android operating system or IOS. Additionally, the books can be read on any e-reader with Adobe Digital Editions software.







 As opposed to the Picasa service which provides an access to photos, the Google Books service does not allow users to download free electronic editions without digital copy protection and use them on other devices. Google Books Downloader is a little software that allows you to save these books in PDF, JPEG or PNG format.

Note: It supports only the books marked as "full view".



Download Here FOR WINDOWS

Download Here FOR MACINTOSH

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November 22, 2012

Skype 3.0 for Android Launched, New Tablet Interface, Better Voice Quality

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Microsoft’s newest big-time brand, Skype, has just been updated to version 3.0 for Android. With it comes a brand new interface for tablets, though Microsoft didn’t seem to think that anyone uses a Nexus 7 since the frame is forced into landscape mode. Hopefully this will be fixed in the next update.

Much like the desktop client or iPad application, the new Android version offers a two-column approach aimed at simplifying multitasking. For example, users can now easily access IM messages without leaving a video call.

The claim to improved sound is credible. The variability of Skype’s audio makes it hard to pin down, but apparently there’s a better audio codec called SILK which copes with varying speeds and improves the capture of deep, bassy, tones, like those of Morgan Freeman.


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November 12, 2012

Maps: Nokia vs Google vs Apple

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  Nokia Maps


Nokia Maps is one of the best and most accurate Maps application for mobile devices. It also includes Nokia Drive which is free turn-by-turn navigation app with full offline support and voice guidance.


Features:

  • Turn-by-Turn Navigation (“Go to the next left”)
  • Using Augmented reality. You get a picture of a landmark or location (restaurant, bar, hotel) to see. This makes it a lot easier to find the right place you are looking for.
  • Download maps and use them offline
  • Maps in 3D
  • Satellite
  • Routes of public transport in 500 cities worldwide
  • Maps of buildings – unfortunately airports and stadiums only available in 38 countries
  • Night mode – makes it more pleasant to look at the map in the dark
  • Directly usable – Sophisticated GPS receivers GLONASS which sets your location in no time

 


Google Maps

Google Maps are good and with continuous improvements and additions like Google Street view, Local Search, etc. are making it better. Thanks to years of work, massive computing resources, and thousands of people hand-correcting map data, accuracy is maintained.


Features:
  • Maps in 3D
  • Find nearby businesses – restaurants, bars and tourist attractions
  • Satellite
  • Turn-by-Turn Navigation and Live Traffic Data
  • Google Maps Street View, which allows you to see images of city streets
  • Offline use of maps
  • Works as a route planner, including the use of public transport
  • Different layers to apply: road traffic, altitude, coordinates and places an entry in Wikipedia
  • Maps of buildings – less extensive than Nokia Maps



Apple Maps

New entry and Youngest in the Map application field. Company ditched Google maps from their device to make place for its own. The satellite images are greatly improved and the weird errors have been removed, but Apple Maps offers simply just less than Google and Nokia.
  • Maps in 3D
  • Turn-by-turn navigation, unfortunately only online
  • Satellite
In short, features offered by Maps application can be summarized as:


Nokia Maps     Google Maps       Apple Maps
Offline maps        yes            yes        no
Turn-by-Turn Navigation        yes            yes        yes
Public transport        yes            yes        no
3D Mode        yes            yes        yes
Satellite        yes            yes        yes
Augmented Reality        yes            no        no



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November 6, 2012

Recover data from curropted rar,zip files (link added)

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