Presently in beta, the brand new feature includes smells into Search. Google describes Nose since it’s “flagship olfactory understanding feature enabling customers to look for smells.” To find out more, watch the semi-serious video, above.

Click Here To See The Search in Action!

Clicking the “Try Google Nose Beta” button on its landing site creates a random search phrase for example “diaper.” Around the right-hands side from the search engines, there is a description from the term (“baby powder and poop”) in the Google Aromabase, along with the choice to smell and share the scent. When customers click “smell,” a pop-up prompts these to “Bring onto your nose as near as possible towards the screen and press Enter.” A progress bar then signifies that it’s transmitting the scent.

Click Here To See The Search in Action!

google-nose1Curious site visitors can look for other aromas, varying in the enticing (brownies smell of “fudgy chocolate deliciousness”) towards the repellent (a university dorm smells “sweaty, with fragrances of leftover pizza and burnt popcorn”) and cool (Grandpa’s hat has the aroma of “strong coffee and also the forest”). Google Nose even looks like fragrances that customers likely can’t experience of real existence, for example ghosts, which smell of “an strangely gassy odor of antiques and forgotten pasts.”

20130401google_nose-360x297In addition, the feature features a SafeSearch “when you are cautious about your query,” and has a 15 million scentibyte database of smells from around the globe, based on Nose’s website landing page. Individuals who would like quick accessibility database can choose the “Nose Beta” tab searching.

As Lena Carddeal, Google’s user-experience designer, so succinctly puts it: “So far, we could not always give user what they are searching for. Because sometimes, they are not searching whatsoever.” Click Here To See The Search in Action!

windows live msn shut down

Windows Live Messenger, formerly known as MSN Messenger, will finally be shut down by Microsoft on 15 March, after serving Internet users for more than 13 years now.

After its launch in July 1999, MSN Messenger quickly became the most popular online chat service in the world. Serving hundreds of millions of users across multiple platforms, in as many as 50 different languages, Windows Live Messenger was part of people’s everyday lives online, but with the rise of social networks and competing services such as Facebook Chat, Skype, Google Talk and iMessage, Windows Live Messenger slowly faded into the background.

After Microsoft purchased Skype in May of 2011 from shareholders including eBay, Silver Lake Partners, Andreessen Horowitz and the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board, it was clear that Windows Live Messenger’s day were counted. This was confirmed by Microsoft back in November of 2012.

Microsoft provided a service that lets Windows Live Messenger users migrate early to Skype via a button that was added to the Messenger desktop app, but the move has not been plain sailing for some who have already made the jump. In some cases, contacts have not been transferring across the two services successfully.

If you still use Windows Live Messenger, it may be worth backing up your contacts manually ahead of the planned migration to skype, and check MSN forums for any tips to ensure that your move over to Skype is a painless one.

Existing Windows Live Messenger user accounts will be migrated to Skype ahead of the planned shutdown on March 15th 2013. After this date, Messenger login attempts will be unsuccessful.

So backup your contact now!


I just saw this week a new trailer of an incredible movie that will be coming soon.

It’s all about the Tsunami in Thailand in 2004.

Here’s the Trailer of the New Movie called: The Impossible


While checking this video I figured out I was just there at the same place around 8 years after and some places are still devastated. They still trying to rebuild everything 8 years after.

I found two crazy real videos of Koh Phi Phi where the Tsunami hit. While seeing these videos I figured out I had a video filmed by myself right in that pool where the Tsunami came in.

Here’s the Tsunami hitting the Resort in Koh Phi Phi

Here’s the Whole beautiful island of Koh Phi Phi Thailand being devastated live by the Tsunami

And then my own video I filmed in 2012 in Thailand Koh Phi Phi. I have a shot in the new rebuild resort at exactly 1.25 minutes.

Could it be dangerous for me to be there?

Nobody knows! But I’m so glad to saw this place.

Most beautiful island on earth I’ve seen!

I’m back home now and miss this place so much.

I’m thinking of going back there everyday now!

Love You Thailand!

Thailand Koh Phi Phi

Thailand Koh Phi Phi, Tsunami 2004

The Impossible, Thailand Koh Phi Phi

Been There. Done That! 😉


2012 Aston Martin V8 Vantage

Price: $149,400

Website: Ebay

Aston Martin counts the Vantage V-8 as its entry-level car; costing $119,000 for the coupe, $133,000 for the convertible.
Manual transmissions are standard; automatics cost more. Buyers can also opt for more powerful S versions, and also a Vantage with a V-12 engine, which makes the loveliest noise imaginable.

Engine: 4.7-liter V-8 with 420 horsepower and 346 pound-
feet of torque.
Transmission: Seven-speed, single-clutch automated manual.
Speed: 0 to 60 mph in about 4.4 seconds.
Gas mileage per gallon: 14 city; 21 highway.
Price as tested: $158,000.
Best features: Beautiful exterior, balanced handling.
Worst feature: Clunky transmission.
Target buyer: The kid in us all.


New XPS 12 Convertible Touch Ultrabook

Web price: $1,399.99
Website: Dell XPS

Thanks to a unique swivel-action hinge system, Dell’s XPS 12 combines the power and productivity of an ultrabook with the fun, intuitive interface of a Windows 8 tablet. Whether the order of the day is finishing a work project at the 11th hour or watching a zombie movie marathon, the XPS 12 does it with flair.

Apple iPad with Retina Display (4th Generation) 32GB – Wi-Fi – Black

Web price: $559.99


Apple iPad with Retina Display (4th Generation) 32GB - Wi-Fi - Black

iPad features a stunning Retina display, iSight and FaceTime cameras, the all-new A6X chip, and ultrafast wireless. And with access to over 275,000 apps on the App Store, you can do more than ever*.
More Information

9.7-inch Retina display
A6X chip with quad-core graphics
5MP iSight camera with 1080p HD video recording
Up to 10 hours of battery life**
Built-in Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n)
Over 275,000 apps on the App Store*
iOS 6 and iCloud



Web price: $150.99

Webiste: Amazon


Take the lead and lose the wire with the top-of-the-range R.A.T. 9. The power and performance of the R.A.T. 7 combine with next-generation wireless technology for an unsurpassed gaming experience.


Lacie Cloudbox

Price: $112.95

Website: Amazon

The Lacie Cloudbox is a powerful, spacious peripheral designed to store and share. It provides up to 3 TB of central storage and backup for photos, music, videos and other digital files. Those files can be shared across the household and beyond on desktop computers, tablets, laptops, connected TVs and other devices.


Waterproof Pool Table

Price: $6,500

Website: opulentitems

Playing pool in the pool? Now, that’s just a boyhood fantasy, isn’t it? Not so, thanks to the Waterproof Pool Table. This billiard table is designed to be installed in any outdoor space, including right in the pool. It’s the perfect addition to a swank outdoor patio or the centerpiece for a custom pool.

Bowflex SelectTech 552 ADJUSTABLE Dumbbell

Price: US $299.99

Website: Amazon


  • Each dumbbell adjusts from 5 to 52.5 pounds; adjusts in 2.5-pound increments up to the first 25 pounds
  • Lets you rapidly switch from one exercise to the next
  • Combines 15 sets of weights into one, using a unique dial system
  • Eliminates the need for multiple dumbbells cluttering your workout space
  • Five-year warranty on weight plates, two-year warranty on parts

Mophie Juice Case

Price: $72.10

Website: Amazon

The Mophie Juice Pack rolls burly protection and extended battery life into one skin. The integrated rechargeable battery in the case nearly doubles phone life, so there’s more talking, browsing, video watching and music listening. During all that multimedia, the rugged case protects the phone from scratches and dings.

An Austrian daredevil lept into the stratosphere on Sunday from a balloon flying 24 miles (38 km) above the planet in an attempt to break the sound barrier.

Cheers broke out as Felix Baumgartner, 43, jumped from a tiny shelf outside the 11-by-8-foot (3.3-by-2.4 metre) fiberglass and acrylic capsule that was carried to 128,000 feet by an enormous balloon.

“We love you Felix!” screamed the crowd as he plunged through the stratosphere.

“My visor is fogging up,” he gasped over the radio and he fell through the air moments before his parachute opened to the applause of the crowd on the ground, including his teary-eyed mother, father and girlfriend, watching on monitors miles below.

He landed about 10 minutes later, having broken the world record for the highest altitude jump by a skydiver, sponsors said.

As he prepared to jump from the pressurized capsule, Baumgartner went through a checklist of 40 items with project adviser Joe Kittinger, holder of a 19-mile high altitude parachute jump record that Baumgartner hopes to smash.

He checked through an equipment list from his seat and expressed concern that his astronaut-like helmet was not heating properly.

“This is very serious, Joe,” said Baumgartner as the capsule, designed to remain at 55 degrees Fahrenheit ascended in skies where temperatures were expected to plunge below -91.8 F (-67.8 C), according to the project’s website. “Sometimes it’s getting foggy when I exhale. … I do not feel heat.”

Baumgartner’s ascent into the stratosphere took about 2 1/2 hours.

The 30 million-cubic-foot (850,000-cubic-metre) plastic balloon, is about one-tenth the thickness of a Ziploc bag, or roughly as thin as a dry cleaner bag.

Here’s the video of the last freefall record in 1960.