The slimy thing you see above is no ordinary fish. It is officially the world’s deepest living fish. And for the first time ever, this species of snail fish has been caught on camera in New Zealand. “These strange, pink-bodied fish were photographed at a stunning depth of 24,800 feet in the Kermadec Trench off the coast of New Zealand.”
Google.com, earth’s most visited website, is for some reason totally into Sesame Street for the last 7 days. As much as we like Sesame Street, may be it is time to move on. C’mon Google, this ain’t the Olympics. Anyway for all the Sesame Street fans, we have compiled the list of images for the last week. All pics are courtesy of Google ofcourse…
Until now Apple Stores used Windows CE based handheld computers for checkouts. Looks like things are gonna change soon. Why? Because customers complained quite often. Apple Insider explains, “Customers have also complained about Apple’s check-out method, saying that it’s confusing to make a purchase without a conspicuous, well-identified POS counter or waiting line.” Apple Stores will now feature a new payment system that uses iPod Touch as the primary hardware running an application called EasyPay Touch.
Microsoft starts it’s first retail store at Scottsdale, Arizona. The idea, logic and intention seems very similar to Apple…I guess the only difference being the multi-colored logo. Ironically, copying Apple has always seemed to work for Microsoft. Adding to that Microsoft’s recent super-success of Windows 7 as well as Zune HD has made life hard for Apple. Anyway…for now let’s congratulate the Redmond giant whose next store is scheduled to open at Mission Viejo, California.