Opera Mini browser was submitted on Apple iTunes store in March last week. There were so many debates going on in blogosphere, about the approval process by Apple. As it is a direct competition to Safari, many predicted that this won’t be approved by Apple.
Despite of all these arguments, Opera Mini Browser is now made available to public in Apple Store. This app has been approved by Apple on 13 Apr 2010, after 20 days.
It’s slick interface really gives a better performance. Here are few screenshots from Opera Mini Browser.
I have just installed the app and the first experience is good. Still a lot more to explore.
Download Opera Mini Browser from Apple App Store.
Mini Opera has been submitted to Apple Store. Check out the cool features in Mini Opera browser and the speed comparison with Safari.
And they are also running a competition. “When do you think Opera Mini will be approved by Apple?” The closest guess wins a brand new iPhone!
Participate and win an iPhone : Guess and win the iPhone
Most of the countries have identification symbols for their currency. $ is for U.S Dollar, £ for GBP, € for Euro etc.,
But Indian currency, Rupee, does not have a unique identification symbol. So for, Rs has been used to denote the Indian currency and there is no official symbol to identify the Indian Currency.
This would be a great opportunity for all artists and designers to take part in this historical competition.
Are you not an artist? No worries, still you can take part in the historical event.
Economic Times came up with a set of currency designs that are designed by it’s designers. This has been released to public to select the best design out of the set.
All these designs along with the public view will be sent to Ministry of Finance. Visit the following link to select your own symbol from the set.
Select the rupee symbol by Economic Times
Last date for submitting your own designs to Ministry of Finance is 1:00 pm IST – 15 Apr 2009.
Google’s latest announcement is Project 10100
Here is the video published by Google on Project 10100.
This project has been announced as part of Google’s 10th Birthday celebrations.
The aim of the project is to reward for the best idea that help the most.
You can submit your ideas here along with a 30 secs video. The deadline for this submission is 20-October-2008.
If you have some simple idea, please submit; who knows your idea could win the prize.
Even if it is not winning the first prize, at-least it could be helpful for a smaller group of people. So no matter how small your idea is, please submit here so that it can reach to all over the world.
The best idea would be selected by Google and even you can participate in selection. Yes, click here to vote for selecting the best idea.
The detailed information can be found here at the official site-Project 10100