Google Earth PRO for free ! get your key while you can!

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Most of the major news agencies use Google earth whenever there is a conflict or a disaster. Next time you watch the news, look for the zoom from a wide shot down to a city, town, or street. If you notice in the corner, you will typically see “Google earth” watermark on the images. Now you too can do your own amazing videos to show your vacation spots!

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Google Now updated with support for third-party apps on Android

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Google’s Android app just got a lot smarter.
Google Now will be updated with support for 40 third-party apps, the company revealed Friday.
See also: Google’s epic space documentary hits YouTube
Google Now, launched in 2012, provides personalized search results — in the form of “cards” — automaticall
February 01, 2015 at 07:02AM

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เล่าประสบการณ์การทำงานให้น้องๆ ไอทีฟัง

วันนี้ได้มีโอกาสไปเล่าประสบการณ์การทำงานให้น้องๆ คณะไอที ลาดกระบัง ซึ่งเป็นน้องๆ ปี 3

ประสบการณ์ส่วนใหญ่จะเป็นในแนวการทำธุรกิจส่วนตัวที่ตัวเองทำมา ผ่านการลองผิดลองถูกมาตลอดเวลา 7-8 ปี ก็หวังว่าน้องๆ จะได้ประโยชน์ไม่มากก็น้อยครับ

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Turning Your Instagram Pics Into Temporary Tattoos Is A Thing Now

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It’s not enough to take an awesome selfie and share it online anymore. Now you can share it on your body with Picattoo, a service that lets you turn your Instagram feed into body art. For $15, users choose 12 photos from their own Instagram account (sorry, Beyonce’s Blue Ivy pics are off limits). The Netherlands-based service will then transform them into temporary tattoos that last up to a week.

New ways for promoting narcissism are nothing new. Last year, a service called Boomf popped up that allowed users to print their pics onto marshmallows. A similar app, which launched on Kickstarter a few months ago, wants to transform Instagram snaps into nail art.

Despite all the options, the “Insta-tats” sound like a real winner. Soon enough, celebrities and tweens everywhere will have photos of Starbucks lattes, beach feet, food porn, and inspirational quotes stamped onto their foreheads.

Via TechCrunch

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