Do You Know How Google Detects Fake Names?

On internet, many people believe that hiding their identity boosts their creativity and provides them freedom to express themselves. This is true to a great extent. We see valuable contributions from anonymous and they have made it clear, many times over, that they would not contribute otherwise. However, cyber bullying, character assassination etc, that are … Continue reading Do You Know How Google Detects Fake Names?

Microsoft: Device That Behaves based on Your Mood

According to the World Health Organization, nearly 500 million people worldwide suffer from stress. It has chronic effects and can deteriorate one’s emotional, physical and mental stability. Stress reduces our sleeps, makes us frustrating, decreases our productivity and these factors affect our growth. Let’s discuss

Google Driverless Car – Data Stored in The Car Memory

“Self-driving cars will be far safer than human-driven cars” – Sergey Brin (Google’s co-founder) According to Google, its driverless cars are actually safer than human drivers. The various units that it carries under its hood like the obstacle detection unit provides great situational awareness to its computer. Apart from this, the robotic chauffeur carries various types of information in its … Continue reading Google Driverless Car – Data Stored in The Car Memory

Sony: Super Resolution Digital Zoom for Smartphones’ Camera

Our smartphones have a digital camera in it and you might have noticed that whenever you use zoom  before clicking an image, the quality deteriorates.  However, if you do the zoom from a DSLR, the quality of image retains. The reason is that your smartphone does digital zooming that reduces the image quality while your … Continue reading Sony: Super Resolution Digital Zoom for Smartphones’ Camera

Google: Facial Recognition in Chromebooks That Captures Thefties

James and Steve are colleague and their job responsibility demands them to switch their workstations more often. Every time Steve has to use James’ laptop, he has to log-in to authenticate himself.  Same goes for James. Moreover, whenever Steve returns to his workstation after having a cup of coffee, a discussion or the like, he … Continue reading Google: Facial Recognition in Chromebooks That Captures Thefties