This is something you must enjoy with your family. The Lyrid meteor shower will hit it’s peak tonight and it will be a spectacular show! So grab your sleeping bags and hit the roof. This is something you don’t wanna miss. Looks like celebration for Earth day NASA scientists predict the annual Lyrid meteor shower, which peaks overnight tonight (April ... Read More »
Lyrid Meteor Shower: Tips to see April’s ‘shooting stars’
The week ahead promises to be a perfect time to observe meteors. That’s great news since the Lyrid meteor shower peaks on Sunday (April 22), but any night this week should be a good night to see meteors. Meteors are visible every night of the year, but some nights are better than others. The best nights are those with no ... Read More »
NASA and SpaceX To Launch First Private Space Station!
Private sector is moving into space too, NASA and commercial space company SpaceX will discuss plans to launch the first private spaceship to the International Space Station during a press conference Monday (April 16). The briefing will follow a meeting among mission managers to decide whether the spacecraft is ready to lift off as planned April 30. SpaceX is the ... Read More »
Facebook to buy Instagram for $1 Billion
Facebook is to spend $1 Billion to buy photo-sharing company Instagram. This is the Facebook’s largest and most expensive acquisition ever. Experts believe that $1 billion is too much for a tiny startup company with just a handful of employees and has no way to make money. But Facebook too didn’t make money in it’s early stage. It was just ... Read More »
Ivy Bridge chips to power Next Generation Chromebooks ?
Google’s open-source communities seems to indicate that the Google is planning on utilizing Intel’s new ultra-fast processor Ivy Bridge for it Chrome OS. Looks like they will be needing all the power they could get. It looks like Google will fulfill its promise of faster Chromebooks by using Intel’s Sandy Bridge and imminent Ivy Bridge processors, a big step up ... Read More »
TomTom hit by Leap Year bug, many devices fail to work!
As many TomTom GPS devices fail to work, TomTom says that they seems to be hit a Leap Year bug. TomTom also said that it had issued a fix for the devices, which customers can download via its MyTomTom application, as described by its support page. Affected devices include the Start 20/25, Via 120/125, Via LIVE 120/125, GO LIVE 820/825, ... Read More »
Dell Acquires Cloud Client Computing Company Wyse
Looks like the future is in the Cloud as companies race towards migrating their technology to Cloud, start-ups are ruling the Cloud Arena. Dell seems to have understood this and has made it’s official entry into Cloud by taking-over Wyse. Dell has just announced the acquisition of cloud client computing company Wyse Technology to expand its desktop virtualization offerings. Financial ... Read More »