Sunday, 19 June 2011

Firefox 5 Beta 7

Mozilla Firefox 5 is an upcoming version of the Firefox web browser, expected for release in late June 2011. The seventh and current beta was made available on June 15, 2011.   Mozilla Firefox 5 features support for CSS animations and has improved performance.
The company has updated the Firefox 5 beta to release candidate status which includes improves support for "future-Web" technology, speeds up the browser, and makes multiple smaller tweaks to the browser, CNET News reports.

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Experience cutting edge features with more stability. Provide feedback to help refine and polish what will be in the final release.

Google Search by Image

Google Search by Image

Now you can explore the web in an entirely new way by beginning your Google search with an image. Learn more about images on the web and your own photos.
Try it now  
Discover all sorts of content that's related to a specific image. Just specify an image, and you'll find other similar or related images as well as relevant results from across the Web.
For example, search using a picture of your favorite band and see search results that might include similar images, webpages about the band, and even sites that include the same picture.

How to search

There are a few ways to search by image:
Visit  , or any Images results page, and click the camera icon camera icon in the search box. Enter an image URL for an image hosted on the web or upload an image from your computer.

Note: This post purpose is to inform about Google new facility. All the contents of this post are copy righted by Google.

Nokia Windows Phone 7 Debut In 6 European Countries By The End Of 2011

The company's Europe vice president Victor Saeijs said Windows Phone 7 handsets will debut in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands and the U.K. The long-awaited news comes after Nokia and Microsoft inked signed a partnership deal earlier this spring, allowing the handset maker to produce smartphones running Windows Phone OS.
Nokia and Microsoft both have a lot at stake with a Nokia Windows Phone release. Nokia has fallen on difficult times lately, witnessing declining profits and market share. The Finnish company tried to stem the losses by cutting the cord on its outdated Symbian software, but may not have acted quickly enough, and its slow pace in embracing the importance of app-centric, touchscreen devices have left it out in the cold.
Analysts are predicting Nokia, which now controls 24 percent of the smartphone market, will relinquish its crown as top global handset maker, a title held since 1996, to Samsung and Apple.