Google Earth is a virtual globe, map and geographical information program that was originally called EarthViewer 3D, and was created by Keyhole, Inc, a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) funded company acquired by Google in 2004. It maps the Earth by the superimposition of images obtained from satellite imagery, aerial photography and GIS 3D globe.
The product, re-released as Google Earth in 2005, is currently available for use on personal computers running Windows 2000,Xp,7 and above, Mac OS X 10.3.9 and above, Linux kernel:
WinRAR is a data compression utility developed by Eugene Roshal and distributed by Ron Dwight, first released in autumn of 1993.It is one of the few applications that is able to create RAR archives natively, because the encoding method is held to be proprietary.WinRAR is an archiving utility that completely supports RAR and ZIP archives and is able to unpack CAB, ARJ, LZH, TAR, GZ, ACE, UUE, BZ2, JAR, ISO, 7Z, Z archives. It consistently makes smaller archives than the competition, saving disk space and transmission costs.it comes in 2 version the first one supports 32-bit operating systems and the second one supports 64-bit operating systems both are available here.
Google Talk is an instant messaging service that provides both text and voice communication.The instant messaging service is colloquially known as "gchat" to its users, although Google does not endorse this name.
Google Talk is also the name of the client applications offered by Google to access the service. Google Talk applications are available for Microsoft Windows(XP, Server 2003, Vista, and Windows 7), Android,Blackberry,and Google Chrome OS operating systems.
Skype is a proprietary Voice over IP service and software application.Skype was first released in 2003 written by Estonian developers Arpit Gupta, Priit Kasesalu, and Jaan Tallinn, who had also originally developed Kazaa.It developed into a platform with over 600 million users and was bought by Microsoft in 2011 for $8.5 billion.
The service allows users to communicate with peers by voice using a microphone, video by using a webcam, and instant messaging over the Internet. Phone calls may be placed to recipients on the traditional telephone networks. Calls to other users within the Skype service are free of charge, while calls to landline telephones and mobile phones are charged via a debit-based user account system. Skype has also become popular for its additional features, including file transfer, and videoconferencing. Competitors include SIP and H.323-based services, such as Linphone and Google Voice.
Picasa 3.9, the latest update to the Picasa client.This update includes Google+ sharing and tagging, new photo editing effects and lots more.Picasa 3.9 makes it easy to share the right photos with the right people with just a few clicks. To share an album, just click on the green “Share on Google+” button and add the specific circles you want to share your photos with.
iTunes is a media player and media library application developed by Apple Inc. It is used to play, download, and organize digital audio and video on personal computers running the OS X operating system and the iOS-based iPod, iPhone, and iPad devices, with editions also released for Microsoft Windows.
Through the iTunes Store, users can purchase and download music, music videos, television shows, iPod games, audiobooks, podcasts, movies and movie rentals in some countries, and ringtones, available on the iPhone and iPod Touch (fourth generation onward). Application software for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch can be downloaded from the App Store. iTunes has been criticized for not being able to transfer music from one portable device to another.On May 9, 2005, video support was introduced to iTunes with the release of iTunes 4.8. Users can drag and drop video clips from the computer into the iTunes Library for cataloguing and organization. They can be viewed in a small frame in the main iTunes display, in a separate window, or fullscreen. Before version 7 provided separate libraries for media types, videos were only distinguished from audio in the Library by a small icon resembling a TV screen and grouped with music in the library, organized by the same musical categories (such as "album" and "composer").