Thursday, August 26, 2010
Google promised free calls to US and Canadian phones from Gmail for the rest of this year and said it would charge low rates for calls made to other countries.
Google worked hard to make these rates really cheap with calls to the U.K., France, Germany, China, Japan–and many more countries–for as little as $0.02 per minute.
It said making a call works like a normal phone in that a user could click on the “call phone” option in their chat buddy list and type the number or enter a contacts name.
For those users seeing the test of the new product, the ability to make phone calls is added directly to the Google Talk popup that appears in the lower right corner of the Gmail screen, offering a keypad, a call history, and a credit balance.Google will offer free calls within the U.S. and Canada, with cheap international calling, in 2010.
It will be really amazing facility for the internet users and from now gmail user can call to countries in a cheap rate.
The only known detail for the event is a fourth-generation iPod touch, which should have a 960×640 Retina Display along with a front camera for FaceTime and possibly a back camera as well. A revamp of the Apple TV known as the iTV, with iOS, streaming videos and apps, is also rumored to be part of the plan.
What exactly will Apple announce? Well, it’s a tradition for the company to release new iPod hardware in September. This year, it’s widely expected Apple will add the “Retina” display and front-facing camera of the iPhone 4 to the iPod Touch. There’s also been speculation about changes coming to Apple TV, including a scaled-down device, a much lower price tag of $99, and access to the App Store.
Whatever Apple ends up doing, you can be sure that no one outside the company will know about it until the day of their press conference, unless someone manages to take another fateful trip to the local pub.
In a recent interview with Fancast, Hasselbeck revealed, "I am not ultra-ultra-conservative on every issue. I actually support gay marriage."
"I am not ultra-ultra-conservative on every issue. I actually support gay marriage," she told Fancast in part one. "I think the gay marriage thing would definitely surprise people. I mean, for some people, it will surprise them to the point that they won't want to hear it. 'No, that can't be, I really want to have this sort of idea of her in my head,' so I sort of rain on their parade there. I am a person that does believe that life begins at conception, but I also don't believe that the government should tell women what to do with their bodies.
The 33-year-old co-host of The View is known for her right-wing views and outspoken personality. She famously fought on camera with former co-host Rosie O'Donnell in 2007 when O'Donnell called Hasselbeck "cowardly" for not defending her position on the troops in Iraq.
Are you surprised at the opinion of Elisabeth Hasselbeck? But it was happened really in an two part interview.