One Plus One Launches all new Oxygen OS…A custom version of Android

Smartphone-maker One plus one just released the initial version of OxygenOS, its forked version of Android Lollipop, optimized for its OnePlus One phone.

News that OnePlus was working on the operating system broke in January, after a split with partner Cyanogen.

In a blog post about the release, the company alternately describes its approach as “back to basics” and “light and essential,” with a focus on performance and battery life. OnePlus also writes:

By creating our own operating system, we can quickly respond to user feedback and make it easier for you to continue playing a fundamental role in the future of OnePlus. Our goal for OxygenOS is to provide faster, more meaningful updates and a betterOnePlusOne_lockscreen-integrated range of services for every OnePlus user.

APPLE with a new stratagy of videos on Apple watch


Apple has released a series of four videos that show — explicitly — exactly what the Apple Watch can do, how it will do it and why you might be interested in buying one.

If it seems to be a bit late in the cycle to get something like this out, I agree. Apple’s early marketing around the Watch has focused mainly on its construction, originality and possibilities for customization. That’s not a bad thing at all, but it’s much more suited to a product that’s entering an upgrade cycle. The last few years of iPhone or iPad releases is a good example of this. If you’re going to convince someone they might like to purchase the new one you’re going to highlight differentiating design, color, materials or functionality.

For a completely new category of product, Apple had to dig back — all the way to the original iPhone — to remember how to position these things. It’s probably difficult to recall, but the first iPhone was such a radical departure from anything that had come before it that Apple had a ton of explaining to do.


Part of that explaining was laying out the features and functions (and their theoretical usefulness) in a series of to-the-point instructional . They went over things that seem second nature now: deleting a voicemail, reading and flagging email, browsing the web in a ‘real’ web browser.

The instruction was largely based on the fact that we were moving from buttons to a brand-new interface: multi-touch.

So a set of four videos, which will be expanded in the future, that explains very plainly how Apple Watch features work and why you’d want to use them makes a lot of sense. The Watch is also introducing the ‘new’ Digital Crown and Force Touch mechanisms to Apple’s interface lexicon. Those new interaction methods add additional possibility, but also need an introduction that ties them in with explicit actions like sending emoji, checking your calendar or transmitting your heartbeat.

“3D PRINTING” whats that? Precisely….

3d printing is like printing a 3 dimensional object, like 2d printing in which we print matter in a 2d paper similarly 3d printing is done by combining all those 2d layers by the computer with the measurements which we give to the software. Sounds great, doesn’t it? now this technology is improving rapidly. 3D printing in the term’s original sense refers to processes that sequentially deposit material onto a powder bed with inkjet printer heads. More recently the meaning of the term has expanded to encompass a wider variety of techniques such as extrusion and sintering based processes. Technical standards generally use the term additive manufacturing for this broader sense.

This is a great video by TED, actually must watch…

This is what a 3D printer can do.

With this advancements 3d technology is serving medical field greatly, the people who lost their body parts in accidents and so can be give 3d printed parts with exact shape and size. By this we can surely think of manufacturing automobiles, civil engineers can test their plans by 3d printing their plan’s miniature.

The most crazy thing with this is we are now able to print food materials with 3d printing, don’t believe me? check out this crazy video from CES 2015-

What is virtual reality…… What did Google see through it’s Google cardboard vr??

This is what you see in a google cardboard. Amazing ……

So, firstly “VIRTUAL REALITY” what’s that? Well.. it’s an immersive multimedia, precisely when we here to some music through headsets we actually cover our ears and listen nothing but music which is playing in that headsets, similarly when we put on vr we see multimedia everywhere we feel like we are in another world where it seems like things are happening really in front like 3d.

So we learned something about vr so lets see what did Google do with it vr. Firstly Google did something greatly affordable delivering the concept of vr, it’s actually made of cardboard which consists of Biconvex Lenses 25mm, Focal Length 45mm, Neodymium Magnet,Ceramic Magnet, NFC tag and Rubber band. Just assemble that you got “VIRTUAL REALITY” with you phone, insert your nfc compatible phone in it and get some great experience.
If you want to learn how to assemble it click on this link-

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