Android One - it is going to be a game changer to reach 4 billion people! #mobileforeveryone #androidone
Russia’s Lake Baikal, the world’s oldest, largest and deepest freshwater lake, freezes over for half the year, creating the clear, turquoise ice seen in the pictures above. I would LOVE to visit this place!
Your Next Ice Cream Sundae Could Be 3D Printed
We’ve seen candies, cake toppers and even pizza get the 3D printer treatment. So it was just a matter of time that Summer’s favorite treat, ice cream, joined the party. MIT students have hacked a 3D printer to produce soft serve ice cream in any shape.
Fireworks like this were never seen before. These fireworks were filmed using DJI Phantom 2 and GoPro Hero 3 silver
Clouds on fire!
I took this picture while on a flight from Bangalore to Delhi. Although I would like to take credit of the dazzling colors, I don’t know how the lighting effect was created by the sun light. This effect was there for few minutes and I happen to take the picture. Whenever I see this picture, I am amazed with the beauty of the nature.
Incredible India! A video about Rajasthan, Agra and Delhi - breathtaking ultra HD clarity and amazing colors! Must watch in full-screen mode!
Today is my birthday! Years pass by, life goes on! When I look back at the last 365 days, I have lots of interesting memories. There was happiness, sadness, excitement, boredom, adventures and few very very scary moments!
However, when I close my eyes to reflect upon it, I remember only ONE moment. This was Sachin Tendulkar’s last test match. I was present in the stadium when he played his last match. I haven’t felt anything like this. I knew he was known as ‘God’ but after spending few days in the stadium, I found it why people called him God. The chants of “Sachin Sachin” are still ringing in my ears.
There were lots of emotions when Sachin was giving his farewell speech. This video by Harsha Bhogle summarizes my emotions pretty well.
Google launches a beautiful watch! The future is here ..!
#Wearable Computing #Internet of Things
This is how people celebrate Holi - festival of colors in India!
Wonderful pictures (courtesy - Instagram)
Capturing the 2014 Holi Festivals on Instagram
On Monday, Hindus everywhere celebrate Holi, an annual festival of colors that marks the beginning of spring. The festivities start out with bonfires held on the eve of Holi, which symbolize the victory of good over evil in Hindu mythology.
On the day of Holi, thousands of people take to the streets to celebrate the abundant colors of spring by throwing colored powder and water at one another in mass gatherings. In Hindu temples, devotees enter into a shower of colors as they gather for holiday prayers. The festivities are traditionally held by Hindu communities in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nepal, and nowadays are spreading across non-Hindu communities as an opportunity to engage with the Hindu culture. Drawn by the vibrant colors, many Instagrammers taking part in the celebration are capturing and sharing this joyous and colorful day with the world.