Pixel — Phone by Google

Google Pixel phone is not yet officially revealed. But, there are already some leaked images and information.

Both devices — Pixel and Pixel XL — will have 32GB or 128GB of storage, 4GB of RAM, Qualcomm’s latest 821 processor, AMOLED screens, fingerprint scanners on the back, an eight-megapixel selfie camera and a 12-megapixel camera on the back with optical image stabilisation, according to the smartphone retailers listings which have since been removed.


Airport Scanners Will Show Genitals (Australia)

A new security scanner being tested in Australia can see through clothing and is being described as a “virtual strip search.”

What’s what the news said (via BuzzFeed). It’s on trial in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide airports from this month.
From to AOL Australia:

“It does see through clothing, but it’s not a photographic image, it’s a low-energy X-ray that reflects off the skin,” said Cheryl Johnson, general manager of the Office of Transport Security.
“It will show the private parts of people, but what we’ve decided is that we’re not going to blur those out, because it severely limits the detection capabilities. It is possible to see genitals and breasts while they’re going through the machine, though.”
“The faces are automatically blurred and … it’s only a chalk-style outline, it’s not as invasive as some of the other equipment that we’ve got,” she said.


DivCounter: Webpage Tag Scanner

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How many HTML tags are there in your web page? How many opened and closed tags? If you’re curious to get that information, you can use a handy tool called DivCounter. Using this tool you can scan a web page to get the number of opened and closed data.
Not all HTML tags are scanned by default, you can add more tags to scan. Just enter the tags (separate by commas) and this tool will do the work. If you have unclosed tags, you probably want to fix it. But remember, not all tags should have closing tags e.g. img or br. I think it’s a good tool to learn about HTML.