Thursday, May 31, 2012

FIRST, Applications to Anticipating Threats Bomb, Toxic Gas and Other Disasters


U.S. Department of Homeland Security recently launched a mobile application called FIRST, which stands for First Responder Support Tools. This application serves to anticipate the unintended circumstances, such as bomb threats, poisonous or other gases.

FIRST not only provides information on threats to be faced, but also telling that steps must be taken to avoid the threat. But first, the user must enter data through the help of Google Map location and other data required by this application.

After all data is entered, FIRST will provide some alternative anticipated threats, such as vital to neutralize and evacuate places such as schools, buildings and other FIRST then also be able to tell where the police should pass the road block.
first android apps

If the user knows the type of bomb or poison gas, then the FIRST can provide information about the effects of a bomb explosion or toxic gas. In addition, FIRST can take into account the weather conditions in real time.

FIRST application now can you have with the cost of U.S. $ 10 fine for IOS and Android, while the desktop version sells for U.S. $ 100.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Siri Vs Google Search Jellybean

Siri Vs Google Search Jellybean

Siri is an Apple-owned digital assistant ios iphone 4s since its product, but this time Siri gets serious challenge to Google, many argue assistant voice applications from Google has been there a long time, so in the Android 4.1 Jellybean got the latest version of this improvement is fine.

Many argue that Google voice application has received praise when used along with Siri on iphone 4s. In some questions Voice Search on Android looks more clever and quick in answering any questions. Because it is integrated with Google Search This search engine is definitely able to display all the information better. 

And Google Voice has added a feature that is called Google Now that is able to Navigation Road is able to avoid even the fastest goal of the congestion.

And of course this feature is still not in some country. Now Google can also navigate on time and looks capable of getting information to the destination and how long can even see the information from the other plane and train tickets.
Google Search Jellybean

With this if Apple let other Smartphone features outperform features its own it? Only time can answer. Listen Video and conversation questions raised by Siri and Android

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

If the Law SOPA Confirmed, Will YouTube Blocked ?



If the U.S. Senate ratifies the Law SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), then one of the largest video sharing sites today, YouTube is blocked have to be prepared. It is because SOPA threatening to block a website suspected online piracy.

By relying on streaming video service, YouTube is transformed into a great site. And everyone knows that live on the YouTube video is owned by anyone, even other people who do upload the video. Brent Hurley, Strategic Partner Manager on The Development Team explained that YouTube is essentially piracy, thus YouTube users get free promotion of its products, whether it be music, film or something like that.

Hurley adds, though SOPA only in the U.S., but its impact will be felt around the world, including Indonesia. Suspected as website contain piracy, will be blocked can be accessed by U.S. citizens.

The YouTube himself has said that the rejection of the SOPA, previous, other major sites already committed rejection of this Law, such as Mozilla, and Wikipedia decided to go offline in the day Wednesday tomorrow as a protest against SOPA.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

American Researchers Managed To Create Objects So Invisible


A group of researchers managed to envelop the United States claims to be the object of a three-dimensional (3D) to make it invisible from all angles. The study was led by Andrea Alu along with his colleague from the University of Texas at Austin, they practice it on a 7 inch long cylinder that is in his private lab for being invisible on micro-wave light directed at the object.

This process uses its own skin which is called as plasmonik material that creates a ' negative image ' object that is being covered to make it invisible. However, this experiment can be done in the new microwave from the electromagnetic spectrum, rather than visible light.

Although this technique is not yet working on the spectrum of visible light, this approach could be applied to improve the view on a microscope light with wavelengths smaller again.