Friday, December 31, 2010

Check any Email from anywhere on Webmail : www.mail2web.com

Webmail solutions allow you to check your email from anywhere in the world with internet access. It is always free with no need to register. Your information isn't shared and it works with any POP3 or IMAP4 email!
 mail2web.com provides a free web-based email retrieval application that allows users from anywhere to anonymously pick up their email from almost any POP3 and IMAP4 email server. No registration is required to access or use the application. Rather than offer another email address like Hotmail® or Yahoo Mail!®, mail2web.com allows you to use your existing email account.
Retrieving and sending email with mail2web.com is as simple as entering your email address and password. Now you can easily read, reply, forward and even delete messages all while you're away from your regular email program.
mail2web.com never shares your email address or your emails with any 3rd party.
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Monday, December 27, 2010

Presenting the most awaited 4 SIM four standy Mobile Phone

This phone has got a built-in TV tuner. You don't have to connect this phone to TV. It is just an alternative to your normal TV. That is, you can watch the channels right from your mobile phone screen. It just functions like a normal TV the only difference being the size of the screen (for normal TV it may be more than 14inch while this screen is 3inch). In short, a compact TV in your hand. Without any external connections, wherever you are and whenever you like, you can watch free-to-air channels like DD National, DD Local and DD News. If you just bring your cable receiver in contact with the mobile antenna, you will be able to watch all other cable channels like Star Plus, Star Movies, AXN, ESPN, NDTV etc., The antenna catches the signal directly from the satellite and NOT through Network Service Providers (Airtel, Vodafone etc.,). Mean to say, watching TV is absolutely FREE of cost. You can watch it even without a SIM
***This phone can be used as a modem so that you can connect to the Internet/GPRS and browse from the PC besides browsing from the phone.  Also note that you can use 'AIRTEL MOBILE OFFICE', Vodafone Connect (and many other Internet service) on your mobile phone and also you can connect & access Internet on your PC as well with some peculiar settings which will be given to our buyers when they need to use GPRS on PC.
****Manual GPRS settings procedure for AIRTEL/VODAFONE/BSNL will be sent online as people are finding it difficult to automatically receive the settings for OEM phones.
When you are on call on one SIM, you will hear 'Call Waiting' beep/tone if you get a call on any of the other three SIMs- So four SIM four Active phone!
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Sunday, December 26, 2010

China launches Google rival: www.goso.cn

After taming Google into submission, China has launched a new search engine of its own to make foray into its 420 million strong net users' market, a move believed to be aimed at taking firm control of the web media.
Known as 'Goso.cn', China's very own search engine has been launched by the country's largest newspaper the 'People's Daily', which is the official daily of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC).

The state-run media already holds sway over the country where the flow of information is tightly controlled, and the move to introduce its own search engine signifies its aim to take control of the web media as well.
The move came as blog news is catching up fast posing a direct challenge to the hold of official media in the country.

Google was involved in a face-off with the Chinese government in March this year after it shut down its Chinese search engine and re-routed mainland users to its uncensored site in Hong Kong, protesting cyber attacks.

Google, which resisted attempts of censorship for many months later gave in and got its license to operate in China renewed only after it agreed to abide by all restrictions.

Months later, the country's largest newspaper has launched a news search engine which came after six months of trial operations, state-run English dailies the China Daily and Global Times reported.

The launch of the "People Search Engine" is part of authorities' efforts to enhance the CPC international communication capacity, Zhang Yannong, president of People's Daily, said.

Given the fact that most of the rules and regulations of the information industry were set by foreign companies, and that several countries view development of the Internet as part of their national strategies, China must develop a search engine with independent technology, thus creating a good Internet environment for 420 million, China Daily quoted a "netizen" Zhang as saying.
"The search engine is an Internet tool that obviously has ideological characteristics," he said. Deng Yaping, general manager of Goso Network Limited, said Goso.cn is a vertical search engine product that integrates news, news forums, pictures, blogs, videos and micro blogs.
Since its renewal, Google operated on a low profile in China and Google Earth Maps did not even take part in the bidding, leaving the floor open to mostly local competitors.
China has already launched its own version of earth maps which showed Arunachal Pradesh as part of southern Tibet.
Goso.cn is expected to go after local search engine Baidu.com, which expanded it operations taking full advantage of Google's problems.

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Friday, December 24, 2010

Futuristic concept mouse by Indian : Touch ScreenMouse

With advanced technology, PCs are giving way to laptops and laptops are making space for tablets. The humble mouse is also constantly evolving in its form and design. And the latest idea to stuck innovators is that of touch controls in the mouse.
As the touch controls are gaining popularity, a concept design is presented, titled Mouse for Men, which if realised into reality will change the way we use the mouse.

Conceptualised by Indian designer Nitin Mane, the concept mouse has touch controls, flexible touchscreen and pressure sensitive controls to boot. The touchscreen has an OLED display and the design is inspired by an original mouse. The concept device has a separable tail that eases the usability.

The interface of the mouse has displays the status, and the buttons and menus can be customized as per the need or preference of the users. The mouse also has emergency charging feature at the end of normal battery life.
The Mouse for Men was designed by Nitin Mane as part of the LG Cube Competition 2010. Mane is a student of animation and graphics.

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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Free Mobile Phone Call Service in India:--------PhokatCall.com

Aryan Global Networks, a start-up company providing solutions for social media marketing, website and search engine optimization techniques today announced a free calling service from mobile with the introduction of "PhokatCall". “PhokatCall” is a unique service for providing free calls for prepaid mobile users especially in case of a zero balance. However, this service shall be accessible for post-paid mobile users as well.


PhokatCall is a free calling service from mobile which would be helpful in case of emergency. And for this precious call all one has to do is to listen to a 30-40 seconds audio advertisements prior to connecting to their desired number. The call is limited to a stipulated period of time on daily basis.

Callers and Advertisers both will get benefited from this service as callers shall get free talk time and can use this service anytime, anywhere in India free of cost without downloading any single application in their mobiles and without creating any mobile payment account or prepaid wallet and Advertisers can now reach their audience and can effectively communicate their target segments without wasting and spending much amount on traditional media".

Ashish Kumar Kaithwas, Founder of PhokatCall added, "PhokatCall is India’s first service for providing free calls from mobile. As we are in pilot run, the service is limited to Ahmedabad and shall reach other metros for pan India presence".

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Sunday, December 19, 2010

3G data card @ Rs 1300 : Made in India

BHUBANESWAR: The 3G device market seems to be hotting up with the latest and cheapest offer from iWEBLEAF, a city based company launched by two young Oriyas, who just completed B.Tech from the Techno School under Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT) this year.



They are all set to offer 3G data card (USB modem) at an unbelievable price tag of Rs. 1300 at least for the time being.
Chandrasekhar Panda and Saswat Swain have designed the first ever 3G technology-based data card that provides high speed internet at a very low cost. The Wi-Fi and 3G enabled data card is designed to work on the spectrum of any telecom operator providing high speed internet service all the time.
This invention is expected to be a major breakthrough in providing mobile broadband connectivity as the biggest challenge in the country to-day is to provide broadband in rural villages and remote areas of the country.
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Get BSNL Broadband Usage SMS and Email Alert and Modem configuration Support

Are you shocked by BSNL broadband usage bills ?
Bangalore Telecom and BSNL has now Broadband usage alert through SMS and email. If your are in Bangalore, register with your customor id here to receive alerts. These alerts will warn you when you cross your Broadband usage limits.Otherwise it sends your usage once in a week as SMS. I use this service and it is good to know the broadband usage to control myself.
In other places, you can register here .
You can also register yourself for getting free sms alerts on your mobile regarding broadband usage/excess by sending an sms.
REG Landline number with std code to 52295 ( if you are a BSNL customer).If you are not a bsnl customer send the sms to 9448077777.
Eg REG 08012345678 where 080 is std code and 12345678 is the telephone number.

Alternately You can download Webclient to monitor your usage click here 

If you have any issue related to your modem configuration or you want to configure your modem  please click here and select your modem  and view your configuration and configure accordingly or you can download complete guide in one CD format at here

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Online Free Storage,Online Backup,Access your file from anywhere :Dropbox


What is Dropbox?
Dropbox is software that links all of your computers together via a single
folder. It’s the easiest way to back up and sync files between computers.
The Dropbox Desktop Application is software that watches a folder on your
desktop computer and syncs any changes to the web and to your other
computers.
The Dropbox Website allows you to access your files on any computer from
a web browser. You can also use the Dropbox website to share your files or
folders with others.
The Dropbox mobile website and Dropbox for mobile devices allow you
to connect to your Dropbox from your pocket, so you can take your files
with you wherever you go.
Is it for me?
Transferring data between computers usually requires uploading via web forms,
connecting to network drives, carrying around thumb drives, or sending emails
with attachments to yourself and others. Dropbox makes all of these methods
obsolete. If you're looking for a better way to transfer data over the internet or
are just looking for a way to improve productivity within your team, Dropbox is
for you.
Adding files to your Dropbox
You've found your Dropbox folder, and you're ready to start using it. Let's move
a file to your Dropbox folder.
Step 1: Drag and drop a file into your Dropbox.
Step 2: The blue icon means your file is syncing with
Dropbox.
That’s it! The green icon means that your file has
finished syncing and is now available from your other
computers and the website. Now that Dropbox is
watching your file, any changes you make will sync
instantly.

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Monday, December 13, 2010

Loyal YouTube users get to upload longer videos

The YouTube webpage is seen on a computer screen. Filmmakers who have played by the rules on YouTube can now post works longer than 15 minutes at the world's leading video-sharing website.
 Filmmakers who have played by the rules on YouTube can now post works longer than 15 minutes at the world's leading video-sharing website.
Google-owned YouTube in July raised the video-length limit to 15 minutes for all users but has sent out word that filmmakers who haven't abused copyright and other rules will be exempted from that time cap.
"Our creativity isn't bound by a time limit, so why should our video uploads be?" Google product manager Joshua Siegel and company software engineer Doug Mayle asked rhetorically in a blog post Friday.
"As long as it's your original content, it's fair game regardless of length."
The move was made possible in part by better tools for identifying copyrighted material posted on YouTube without permission from content owners, according to Siegel and Mayle.
Major US movie and music studios are among the more than 1,000 "global partners" that use a Content ID system to manage their digitized material on YouTube.
Videomakers can click an "upload" icon on YouTube to learn whether their accounts qualify to post longer works.

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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Nimbuzz : All in ONE IM ,Chat with Windows Live Messenger (MSN), Yahoo, ICQ, AIM, Google Talk, Facebook, MySpace, Gadu-Gadu, Hyves and many more

Nimbuzz for PC gives you free and low-cost calls, free instant messaging and puts all your friends in one place!Connect with all your friends at once
IM your friends across all popular instant messaging and social networks and have a real chat, in real time, for free!
With one secure log-in you can access Windows Live Messenger (MSN), Yahoo, ICQ, AIM, Google Talk, Facebook, MySpace, Gadu-Gadu, Hyves and many more. Plus, you'll never forget a name or number by storing all your important contacts in the Nimbuzz Phonebook.


Call your friends for free

Use Nimbuzz to call your friends for free no matter where they are and enjoy unbeatable audio quality and ease-of-use, powered by the latest state-of-the art audio engine.
Low-cost international calls with NimbuzzOut

Buy NimbuzzOut credits and make low-cost internationals calls direct from your PC to landlines and mobile phones anywhere in the world.
Share and interact


Share music, movies and photos with your friends across all supported communities.
Simply download, install and connect for free with Nimbuzz for PC!

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Friday, December 10, 2010

Remote Desktop Sharing Tool : Ammyy Admin

Ammyy Admin is a highly reliable and very friendly tool for remote computer access. You can provide remote assistance, remote administration or remote teaching for your clients, employees and friends regardless of their location. Ammyy Admin connects remote computers within seconds without any installation or configuration. You can view and/or control (using your keyboard and mouse) any applications running on the remote computers.

How to use (quick guide)

Client
"Operator" will see your computer display
Operator
You'll see the display of "Client"
1.Say your ID to "Operator" 1.Click to the "Operator" tab
2.Press the "Start" button 2.Enter the client ID and press the "Connect" button
3.Press the "Accept" button, when an operator is connecting  

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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Connect Facebook friends with Yahoo messager : Yahoo to Facebook

It’s here! The new Yahoo! Messenger Beta is now available for download. Yahoo! Messenger Beta makes it fun and easy to share, connect, and play with friends and family – no matter where you are in the world.
We’re excited to tell you about all the great new features in this release:
DO MORE THAN JUST IM – PLAY SOCIAL GAMES WITH FRIENDS
Instant messaging is great but it takes more than just IM to stay in touch with the people who matter most to you. The new Yahoo! Messenger Beta offers more ways than ever before to connect (and have fun!) with friends and family. Not only can you instant message, text, and make voice and video calls, you can now play social games right within Yahoo! Messenger.
  • Play socially – Play some of the most popular social games with your friends, starting with offerings from Zynga, Elex, and OMGPOP. Games include:
    • Fishville and Mafia Wars from Zynga – Coming soon
    • Balloono, Pool, Draw My Thing from OMGPOP
    • Happy Harvest & Happy Manor from Elex
  • Get your friends involved – Share your game activities and play-status so that friends can join your game and you can join theirs.
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Micromax Android Phones :A60

The new Micromax Andro A60 is the first Android mobile phone from Micromax . It is a full 2.8-inch touchscreen display mobile phone running the older version , Android v2.1 , of the Android OS . Android is one of the fastest growing mobile OS in the world , thanks to its open source nature and Google tag . The Android OS is made by Google and now distributed as an open source in which mobile vendors can customize it according to their needs . The new Micromax Andro A60 supports high speed 3G connectivity and Wireless LAN WiFi support .The Android OS version is not upgradeable to the latest Android v2.2 for this mobile .
The new Micromax Andro A60 price is Rs.6,999 . It is available now

Micromax Andro A60 mobile phone features :
  • Dual SIM GSM
  • Operating System : Android v2.1 OS
  • 600MHz CPU
  • Band : GSM 900&1800MHz – WCDMA 900/2100MHz
  • Weight : 105gms
  • Dimensions : 106.8×59.2x14mm
  • Large 2.8-inch touchscreen display , 320×240 pixel resolution
  • Gravity Sensors
  • Digital compass
  • 3G HSDPA/HSUPA
  • WiFi
  • Bluetooth
  • miniUSB
  • 150MB Internal memory
  • Expandable memory up to 32GB
  • FM Radio
  • Music Player
  • Video Player and recorder
  • Google services – GMail,Google Maps,Google Search
  • GPS
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Battery Type : 1280 mAh Li-ion Battery
    • Talk Time : Up to 4 hours
    • Standby Time : Up to 10 days 

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Google Alert : Get email when google find your new search result

Google Alerts are emails sent to you when Google finds new results such as web pages, newspaper articles, or blogs — that match your search term. You can use Google Alerts to monitor anything on the Web. Enter the topic you wish to monitor, then click preview to see the type of results you’ll receive.
You can use Google Alerts service to get email notification or RSS feed, when a new webpage with your topic of interest or passion is available in Google index. You may set your full name for alert, to know if someone is writing about you!
is available in Google interest
For example, people use Google Alerts to:
  • find out what is being said about their company or product.
  • monitor a developing news story.
  • keep up to date on a competitor or industry.
  • get the latest news on a celebrity or sports team.
  • find out what’s being said about themselves (ego search).


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Identify unknown Incoming Calls- True Caller

TrueCaller is a mobile application that shows who the caller is instantly on incoming calls if the number is not stored in your phone book. Even if you receive a call from abroad, you can still identify who the caller is, if the number is publicly available. If the number is not publicly available we can still display which city or country the number belongs to.
The Caller ID functionality is available for Android Phones, Symbian Phones and Windows Mobile phones. Blackberry will be supported soon. TrueCaller will always work, provided you have 3G or EDGE or WiFi connection on your cellphone and the number is available on reverse phone number lookup services.
TrueCaller is the most used Caller ID application on the market with social media integrations and intelligent call blocking functionality against spam calls. Visit m.truecaller.com from your phones browser to get TrueCaller.
A large number of countries including India (Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai) support Caller Id application of True Caller. List of countries that support True Caller

SMS-Popup

TrueCaller displays a preview of the incoming text message. If the sender´s number is not stored in your phonebook, TrueCaller will try to detect it and display the name of the sender. The SMS Popup functionality is available for Android, Symbian and Windows Mobile and is enabled by default in TrueCaller.

Name and Number search

Search among 200 million numbers in more than 25 countries around the world. With TrueCaller you can easily make a name or number search by simply entering the phone number and pressing search.

Map and directions

TrueCaller has an integrated map functionality which allows you to display the address of the caller on a map. With one single click in the history or in the TrueCaller call dialog you can get a map overview.

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Google Dictionary is a free online dictionary service from Google

Google Dictionary is a free online dictionary service from Google accessible to anyone with an internet connection. This multilingual dictionary serves 28 languages, including the Indian languages Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Hindi, Bengali and Marathi.
The service is initially launched as part of Google Translate, but now it is a standalone service with address http://www.google.com/dictionary
Google Dictionary integrates Google Translate and Web Definitions into it. For example, you can type a word in English and can find out its meaning in Malayalam. Similarly, you can type a Malayalam word in Unicode and find out various English words meaning the same.
The dictionary service provides Audio pronunciation as well for the English words. Synonyms will also be displayed along with the result. If a word similar to or same as the word that we enter, it is present in any other language, google dictionary shows that result too. It will display related phrases, usage examples as well.
Google Dictionary recognizes words and informs that to user incase the user makes a wrong entry. Try Google Dictionary


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Download youtube Video in Single click using FIREFOX Add-on

 Easy YouTube Video Downloader is the easiest Youtube video downloader ever, availble as a free web-browser addon for Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Apple Safari allowing users to download YouTube videos in MP3, FLV, 3GP, MP4 and HD qualities.

Simply visit any Youtube video page and use the simple to use direct download buttons as shown below to start downloading videos in format of your choice i.e. - FLV, 3GP, MP3, MP4, HD and 1080p Full-HD (if available).



UPDATE (15 Sept 2010) : Pls. update to latest version 3.6 in sandbox if using Firefox 4 Beta build - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10137/versions/3.6

Add buttons to download YouTube videos in FLV, 3GP, MP3, MP4 and 720p HD and 1080p Full-HD qualities.

New Features :

* Video-title as file-name.
* HD download link visible only when high-definition version is available.
* Supports all new 1080p FULL-HD video downloading
* Latest v 3.X works with new Youtube layout

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Developer Comments

NOTE : Update/Install latest v 3.x to get this working with new YOUTUBE design - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10137/versions/3.5

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Sunday, November 7, 2010

Micromax Cheapest 3G phone: H360

 Micromax H360

Micromax gives India its cheapest 3G mobile phone. Micromax H360 comes with MTNL’s 3G Jadoo service with speed up to 3.6 Mbps. And it allows you to watch LIVE TV and make Video Calls. With this 3G phone, Micromax wants every Indian to use 3G rather than dreaming about it.

Its 2.4 inch touch screen display and 3MP camera with 4X digital zoom packs H360 with all the required features of any powerful Smartphone. Its memory can be expanded up to 8 GB, which is huge in every sense. On this 3G phone, you can make video conference calls, listen to songs of multiple formats, access high speed Internet.This phone cost approx Rs 5000 in market.


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Friday, November 5, 2010

Create Surveys Online For Free With SurveyMonkey

 

Among all online survey tools, SurveyMonkey is one of the best, and allow you to create surveys online easily for free.
Before creating online surveys with SurveyMonkey, there are some advantages and shortcomings you should know.

 

I. The advantages of SurveyMonkey

There are main three advantages of SurveyMonkey:
1. It is easy for you to design surveys
To design a survey, you can just select your theme and add your questions. There are many survey types for your choice, such as multiple choice, single text box, rating scale, and so on.
If you have many questions and want to separate them, you can divide them into different pages, as you can see from the above survey.
2. There are many ways for you to collect responses
When the survey is ready, there are three ways for you to distribute them and collect responses:
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Mobile number portability (MNP):How to Switch The Network Without Changing the Mobile Number ?

Customers wishing to exercise the option of changing their service provider without change of number will have to send an SMS  ”PORT followed by Mobile Number” to 1900. Based on this they will get a unique porting code as SMS from the existing service provider. The customer can then make an application in the prescribed form mentioning the code to the selected new service provider for porting of number. A period of 4 days has been prescribed for completion of porting (transfer) of the mobile number to the network of the new service provider.
Accordingly, MNP service in rest of the service areas across the country will be implemented after the launch in Haryana in a phased manner. A detailed schedule for other service areas will be announced separately.
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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Motorola launches two dual-SIM phones EX128 & EX115

Motorola has launched its first Dual SIM mobile phones . The Motorola Dual SIM mobile phones are Motorola EX115 and Motorola EX128. Motorola EX115 will also be known as Motorola EX112 at some places.

The new Motorola  EX128 is Dual SIM (GSM+GSM) is a full touchscreen display mobile phone .It will also feature GPRS/WAP,Bluetooth,and 3 mega-pixel camera.
The new Motorola  EX115 is a Dual SIM(GSM+GSM) mobile with full QWERTY keypad .It will also feature FM Radio,Bluetooth,and USB.

Motorola's Indian subsidiary, Motorola India Private Limited, today introduced its first two dual-SIM handsets in India. The Motorola EX115 is a new, dual-SIM QWERTY phone and the Motorola EX128 is a stylish touchscreen dual-SIM phone with stylus. Both the Motorola EX128 and EX115 will bring cheer this festive season with the offer of social connectivity, entertainment-on-the-go with a 3-megapixel camera, video camcorder, large colour display and an expandable memory of up to 32GB3 micro-SD card. These two dual-SIM (GSM+GSM) handsets empower the consumer with the power of two networks in one device.
"One of our key focus segments is the dual-SIM market, a rapidly evolving market in India" said Faisal Siddiqui, Country Head of India, Motorola Mobility. "We are delighted to offer our first two dual-SIM phones to the Indian consumer who has very distinct requirements of being 'social' while on-the-go in this extremely fast-paced Internet age. You can now have connectivity, convenience, entertainment in an elegant style and form factor with the flexibility of two numbers, which allow the user to travel with ease and most importantly, be ‘social'. Experience and enjoy the Motorola EX 128, a smarter choice that can be used with ease, and the Motorola EX115, a social messaging device to stay in touch and in control.
At just 12.8mm thick, the Motorola EX128 is a stylish and sleek dual-SIM multimedia phone that comes with an 8.1cm (3.2 inch) WQVGA touchscreen, one of the largest screens available on a dual SIM phone in India. It easily browses web pages1 and checks emails1 while allowing social networking1. It offers a great multimedia experience with its 3-megapixel camera with digital zoom and video camcorder, as well as supports MPEG4 and FM radio. With an expandable memory of up to 32GB3, this sleek dual-SIM handset offers talktime of up to 300 mins5 and standby time of up to 350 hours5. The Motorola EX128 has a vibrant colour display in brilliant 65K colours and dimensions of 107.7mm in width, 58mm in length, and 12.4mm in height.

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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

http://www.freecharge.in -- Free Online Mobile Recharge

Recharging your mobile phone at http://www.freecharge.in was never better than this. Cashing in on the boom in the number of mobile and e-commerce subscribers in India, a start-up company offers a unique way to recharge your prepaid mobile voucher.
For any amount you recharge, Freecharge.in offers you free coupons from retailers like McDonalds and Barista. "Each coupon has its own terms and conditions. For McDonald's, to use a Rs 50 coupon, you have to buy products worth Rs 50. In Barista, it's a 'buy one, get one free' offer. Other coupons that we are putting up will be even better," says Naman Sarawagi, product head, Freecharge.in.
 15 major national retailers have expressed their interest to join Freecharge.in, run by Accelyst Solutions Pvt. Ltd. The company plans to offer free coupons from more restaurants, multiplexes, apparel and grocery stores in the near future.
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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Finally India will Witness MNP on Nov 8

Mobile Number portability (MNP) will take off from Karnataka circle starting Nov 8th  but one thing is sure testing is going to start from Nov 8th 2010 .

List of Mobile Operators and Dates when it will be implemented :

Nov 8th -: Bharti Airtel, Videocon, Loop Mobile

Nov 11th –: Aircel, Uninor, Reliance GSM ( Rcom) and Tata Docomo

Nov 14th-: BSNL ,MTS, Idea Cellular and  BSNL CDMA

Nov 17th-: Vodafone Essar, Reliance Mobile (CDMA) and Tata indicom

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Micromax Launches World’s Lightest Touch 3G Phone at Rs.12500

Mobile Phone Maker Micromax today announced an exclusive partnership with Israeli based company Modu Limited to launch co-branded modu T 3G Mobile Mobile phone in Indian market.
The 3.5G modu T was awarded the Guinness World Record for being the lightest touch phone in the world.
Priced at Rs 12,500 modu T has a 2.2” touch screen and memory card slot for external memory card with capability up to 32GB. The phone also features web access, Instant Messaging, direct links to different social networks, a built in FM radio, GPS, music player.
 
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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Google offers Music Service in India

Google has introduced a free music search service in India that links users to legal music streams on partners' sites.

The service rolled out late Thursday is called Google Music Search (India) Labs. It allows users to search by artist, movie, album or song title.

Users are allowed to listen to streaming music online from the partner's site, and the service does not offer the facility of downloading music directly, Google said on the music site. Some of the partners may however offer music downloads, it added.

Google is offering the songs through online music sites such as in.com and Saavn.com, which offer music from a number of Indian labels.

Google India was not immediately available for comment on the new site.

The move by Google is expected to help combat piracy in the Indian music industry. Google Music Search (India) currently offers only Hindi songs.

Google Music Search (India) licenses meta-data of thousands of songs owned or licensed by partners to make them searchable on the Internet, Google said on the music website. Once the user searches and finds the music he wants, partners stream the music directly from their websites to the user's computer.

The copyright for the songs searchable on Google Music Search (India) is owned by the owners of the distinct components of each song. Google has tied up with partners that either own the copyright or have appropriate licenses from copyright owners allowing them to use their content, it said. In any case no music content is stored on Google systems, it added.

Google has described the music service as a lab product that is experimental and not guaranteed to make it onto Google.com.

"We're rolling this out as a labs product and look forward to your feedback so we can improve the offering," Google said on its India blog.

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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Enjoy Easy Online Backup Method

Do you want to Backup your file from system to online server. Here is few option for you
1) Backupelf(http://backupelf.com/)

You just need to compose a email with your file in attachment  and send it to save@backupelf.com. There’s no need to sign-up as the service will automatically create a new account when it receives the first message from your email address.

Later, you can log into the BackupElf website to retrieve your email backups. The free version offers 100 MB of storage space or you can go for a paid plans for additional space.

2) Gmail Drives (http://www.viksoe.dk/code/gmail.htm)

GMail Drive is a Shell Namespace Extension that creates a virtual filesystem around your Google Mail account, allowing you to use Gmail as a storage medium.
GMail Drive creates a virtual filesystem on top of your Google Gmail account and enables you to save and retrieve files stored on your Gmail account directly from inside Windows Explorer. GMail Drive literally adds a new drive to your computer under the My Computer folder, where you can create new folders, copy and drag'n'drop files to.

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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Aadhaar: How to get your unique ID from govt of India

India's ambitious Unique ID project dubbed "Aadhaar", which aims to give every Indian citizen a unique number mapped to biometrics, was launched on Wednesday in the Nadurbar district of Maharashtra. The Technoholik.com team got a sneak peek at the UIDAI (Unique ID Authority of India) tech centre in Bangalore, to tell you everything you need to know about the enrolment process.

The setup

The enrollment officer (EO) sits at right angles to you and enters data into a laptop. The insight of the Aadhaar team here is that the person getting enrolled must see what is being entered. Thus there's a monitor in front of you, which mirrors the enrolment officer's screen so that you can point out spelling mistakes or other errors. If the person getting enrolled is illiterate, he or she can nominate someone to accompany and verify. There's a small laser printer behind the EO's laptop and a webcam, fingerprint reader and iris scanner account for the remainder of the hardware setup. Unless, of course, you count the light bulb hanging from the ceiling and a white "roll-up" chart behind you for the "passport photo studio" effect!
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SBI opens 50 kiosk branches

Oxigen Services Pvt. Ltd and support company "Sahyog Micro Finance Foundation" today announced a unique tie-up with State Bank of India (SBI) to offer banking services by connecting directly to the SBI Core Banking System. Appointing Customer Service Points at Oxigen Retail Outlets would do this.
Speaking on the occasion, Pramod Saxena, Managing Director and Chairman, Oxigen, said: "This kiosk-based banking model will provide the necessary ease and comfort to customers in all parts of India with inherent benefits like flexi timings and reach through current Oxigen footprint of over 20,000 web enabled retailers."
"This localisation of retail banking services is much needed for financial inclusion of the unbanked population in both rural and urban India. There is also room for including our PoS (Point of Sale terminals) retailers in the future," he added.
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Friday, September 24, 2010

History of Search Engines: From 1945 to Google Today

As We May Think (1945):

The concept of hypertext and a memory extension really came to life in July of 1945, when after enjoying the scientific camaraderie that was a side effect of WWII, Vannevar Bush's As We May Think was published in The Atlantic Monthly.
As We May Think.
He urged scientists to work together to help build a body of knowledge for all mankind. Here are a few selected sentences and paragraphs that drive his point home.
Specialization becomes increasingly necessary for progress, and the effort to bridge between disciplines is correspondingly superficial.
The difficulty seems to be, not so much that we publish unduly in view of the extent and variety of present day interests, but rather that publication has been extended far beyond our present ability to make real use of the record. The summation of human experience is being expanded at a prodigious rate, and the means we use for threading through the consequent maze to the momentarily important item is the same as was used in the days of square-rigged ships.
A record, if it is to be useful to science, must be continuously extended, it must be stored, and above all it must be consulted.
He not only was a firm believer in storing data, but he also believed that if the data source was to be useful to the human mind we should have it represent how the mind works to the best of our abilities.
Our ineptitude in getting at the record is largely caused by the artificiality of the systems of indexing. ... Having found one item, moreover, one has to emerge from the system and re-enter on a new path.
The human mind does not work this way. It operates by association. ... Man cannot hope fully to duplicate this mental process artificially, but he certainly ought to be able to learn from it. In minor ways he may even improve, for his records have relative permanency.
Presumably man's spirit should be elevated if he can better review his own shady past and analyze more completely and objectively his present problems. He has built a civilization so complex that he needs to mechanize his records more fully if he is to push his experiment to its logical conclusion and not merely become bogged down part way there by overtaxing his limited memory.
He then proposed the idea of a virtually limitless, fast, reliable, extensible, associative memory storage and retrieval system. He named this device a memex.

Gerard Salton (1960s - 1990s):

Gerard Salton, who died on August 28th of 1995, was the father of modern search technology. His teams at Harvard and Cornell developed the SMART informational retrieval system. Salton’s Magic Automatic Retriever of Text included important concepts like the vector space model, Inverse Document Frequency (IDF), Term Frequency (TF), term discrimination values, and relevancy feedback mechanisms.
He authored a 56 page book called A Theory of Indexing which does a great job explaining many of his tests upon which search is still largely based. Tom Evslin posted a blog entry about what it was like to work with Mr. Salton.

Ted Nelson:

Ted Nelson created Project Xanadu in 1960 and coined the term hypertext in 1963. His goal with Project Xanadu was to create a computer network with a simple user interface that solved many social problems like attribution.
While Ted was against complex markup code, broken links, and many other problems associated with traditional HTML on the WWW, much of the inspiration to create the WWW was drawn from Ted's work.
There is still conflict surrounding the exact reasons why Project Xanadu failed to take off.
The Wikipedia offers background and many resource links about Mr. Nelson.

Advanced Research Projects Agency Network:

ARPANet is the network which eventually led to the internet. The Wikipedia has a great background article on ARPANet and Google Video has a free interesting video about ARPANet from 1972.

Archie (1990):(First Search Engine)

Archie.
The first few hundred web sites began in 1993 and most of them were at colleges, but long before most of them existed came Archie. The first search engine created was Archie, created in 1990 by Alan Emtage, a student at McGill University in Montreal. The original intent of the name was "archives," but it was shortened to Archie.
Archie helped solve this data scatter problem by combining a script-based data gatherer with a regular expression matcher for retrieving file names matching a user query. Essentially Archie became a database of web filenames which it would match with the users queries.
Bill Slawski has more background on Archie here.
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Online Indian languages Dictionary

http://www.shabdkosh.com .This site was conceptualized, designed and implemented by Maneesh Soni in late 2003. He created this site out of passion for Hindi language and for the internet as an enabling technology. His other interests include photography, art, travel, tinkering and flying small planes. He is a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India where he studied Electrical Engineering



The online English Hindi dictionary started as a small project with an aim to just make a website in Hindi. Dictionary was chosen as an application because there was no good quality online dictionary at the time and also because making a dictionary involves lot of challenge. The first version was a very simple site with about 15,000 words from the public domain dictionary compiled by Ram Narain Lal in 1936. Over time, the vocabulary was improvised and today it has tens of thousands of words. This site has grown in popularity because of its easy interface and strong vocabulary database
This site supports 9 different language  you can type word in English and get meaning in below mention language or vice versa

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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Internet Explorer 9 is the new edition of Microsoft's hugely popular web browser

Internet Explorer 9 is the new edition of Microsoft's hugely popular web browser. Building on the success of previous editions of IE with new features and a new look, Microsoft has high hopes for Internet Explorer 9.

The first thing you'll notice about Internet Explorer 9 is an overhauled interface. Making the most of the transparent graphical style available in Windows 7 and newer editions of Windows Vista, IE 9 looks sleek, smart and simpler than ever before. Like in Google Chrome, the Address bar and Search box have been merged to create a simpler, more seamless user experience.

Among the new features included in Internet Explorer 9 are better integration with the Windows operating system and a seriously beefed-up security system. IE 9 also lets you 'pin' websites to the Superbar and allows you to bookmark your favorite websites as 'applications' in your OS. The new Performance Advisor add-on identifies add-ons that are slowing Internet Explorer down (a feature badly needed in Mozilla Firefox).

Internet Explorer 9 also offers improved speed and performance, as well as better compliance with web standards and new technologies. IE 9 features decent support for HTML 5 (the new generation of media-rich websites use this language), and now finishes the Acid 3 test with a near-perfect 95/100. New features like hang recovery and InPrivate Filtering provide Internet Explorer a stabler and more secure web experience than most other browsers.

In all, the latest version of Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 is faster and prettier than its predecessors - and really throws down the gauntlet to its competitors. Watch out: the browser wars just got exciting again.

Languages:

English 

OS requirements for Internet Explorer:

OS: WinVista/7

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Saturday, September 11, 2010

Get a new extra email Address for your Google Account

There are quite a few ways by which you can create multiple email addresses inside Gmail.
For instance, if your email address is test@gmail.com , any email that’s addressed to either te.st@gmail.com or te+st@gmail.com will also be delivered to your main inbox since Gmail ignores dots and anything that’s after the plus symbol in email usernames.
Therefore, theoretically speaking, you get an unlimited number of email addresses with one Gmail account. This gets even more interesting if you are using Gmail with Google Apps

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Google Instant Search

Features: Google Instant


As you start to type your search terms, Google Instant automatically shows results for a popular search that begins with those letters. If you don't see the results you want, just keep typing and the results will dynamically update. Connect to the information you need faster, even before you finish typing your search!

How it works

The basics of Google search are the same, including how results are ranked and how Google determines relevant results. What has changed is the path you can take to get to relevant results. Here's what happens when you search:
  1. Start to type. As you type a search on Google, the homepage automatically starts displaying your search results -- no need to press Enter. A list of predicted queries is generated using the autocomplete algorithm. These predictions are displayed in a drop-down menu below the search box.
  2. See results. The algorithm tries to predict what the rest of your query might be based on popular queries typed by other users. The first prediction is shown in light grey in the search box, and the search results you see instantly will be for that predicted search. If instead you want to see results for only the text you've typed, just press Enter or click the Search button.
  3. Type more, see more. If you continue to type, we'll dynamically update the search results to match the first prediction for what you've typed.
  4. Refine your search. Don't find the information or website you want? It's easy to refine your search after seeing what results appear. Here are some options:
    • If you see what you're looking for in the list of predicted queries, click the query to see relevant results.
    • Use your keyboard's down arrow key to scroll through the list of predicted queries, and see results appear for each query you pause over.
    • Continue typing your query until the results show what you're looking for. As always, you're still able to type your full query and press Enter or click the Search button.

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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Watch Indian TV channel on your Desktop & Mobile

Mundu TV is available as a free download for both Window and Mac desktops. Alternatively, you may install Mundu TV on your mobile phone – it currently supports Symbian phones though apps for BlackBerry, iPhone and Android devices are ‘coming soon’ according to their website.

Mundu TV will officially launch later this month and is likely to come in two packages –  you can either pay Rs. 49 per month for any four channels or pay Rs. 120 to get access to all TV channels. If they can stick to this pricing structure, Mundu TV could well be some good value for your money.

Watch news live on your way to work. Invest wisely as you closely follow the latest in the stock market. Learn to cook a new dish. Unwind after a long day… get entertained as you’re heading home. mundu TV has much to offer. It comprises some of the best news channels in both, English and Hindi, coupled with an array of distinguished business channels.
 
 

You won’t miss your television set again.
 
If you choose to watch all the action on your desktop, mundu TV supports all Windows platforms. All you have to do is download the application. Get the real television experience on your desktop.
 
Windows

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India's First Internet Browser(Epic Browser)

The Epic Browser is the first-ever web browser for India and the first product from the software company Hidden Reflex.Hidden Reflex is a software product startup founded by Alok Bhardwaj in 2007 and based in Bangalore. Alok, who was raised in the U.S., was inspired by the success of open source software and web 2.0 innovations. Hidden Reflex began as a team of three but soon progressed and now has dedicated teams working on two products simultaneously – the Epic Browser and NewsDrink. The company also has three patents pending related to its product innovations.
The company’s vision is to become the first globally recognized, consumer-oriented software product company in India. According to Alok Bhardwaj, CEO and Founder of Hidden Reflex, “We want to prove that India can be a hub for innovation in software and technology.


Follow this link http://www.epicbrowser.com to Download this Free Browser.

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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

5 Shortlisted Symbols for Indian Rupee

 The Government of India has shortlisted five designs following an all-India contest and one of these will be chosen as the official symbol. If I have to select one then I will select the fourth one. What about you?

India 
Rupee Symbol

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Saturday, June 19, 2010

A Brief History of the Computer..!! Till now

 


ENIAC, 1946
Regarded as the first general purpose electronic computer, the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC) was initially commissioned for the use in World War II, but not completed until one year after the war had ended . Installed at the University of Pennsylvania, its 40 separate eight-foot-high racks and 18,000 tubes were intended to help calculate ballistic trajectories.
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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Recharge your mobile by SMS or Online visit www.mobikwik.com

Check out www.mobikwik.com The latest in mobile solutions, it allows you to recharge your mobile with a true flexi recharge for any denomination including the internet recharge and SMS.On this site you can create your mobile wallet that mean it will act as repository for your currency.This wallet can be used to recharge mobile using SMS. You can recharge your mobile or your friends mobile using this wallet by SMS or Online. You can also recharge any mobile without creating wallet,you can recharge directly from you bank account.
  • Mobikwik Balance is your e-wallet.
  • Add to your mobikwik balance and Recharge any phone from Web or SMS.
  • Set a date and we will recharge for you automatically using mobikwik balance.
  • Recharge for your add on phones. You can add upto 20 numbers to your account and recharge for them using SMS or Web.
Best feature that I liked is Schedule Recharge and even you recharge special Bonus cards,Special Tariff Vouchers
Schedule Recharge

1. Set a date and we will automatically send you recharge for the amount specified by you.
2. You can cancel scheduled recharges for a number anytime.
3. Remember you must have enough Mobikwik Balance for us to send you Recharge.


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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Nokia N900 finally in INDIAN market

The most waited device by techies, Linux based Nokia N900 is finally coming to India. Device will be available at Nokia stores starting 9th June. Though the device came out around 8-9 months ago Nokia N900 sports ARM Cortex-A8 600MHz processor, 1gb of RAM (256MB + 750 MB Virtual), 3G, Wifi, 5 MP Camera with Carl Zeus lens, 3.5” resistive touch screen, 32gb of internal memory & external memory expandable upto 16gb with micro SD card.

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Apple unveils iPhone 4 with clearer screen

The next iPhone comes out June 24 and will have a higher-resolution screen, longer battery life and thinner design.

CEO Steve Jobs opened Apple Inc.'s annual conference for software developers Monday by revealing the iPhone 4, which will cost $199 or $299 in the U.S. with a two-year AT&T contract, depending on the capacity. The iPhone 3GS, which debuted last year, will still be available, for $99.
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Google's Internet Bus service in India

Having travelled more than 10,000 kilometers across 4 states of India during the last 10 months, Google Internet Bus continues to add more miles and smiles as it enters the state of Kerala - God's own country. The Internet Bus - a custom designed mobile bus aimed to provide an online experience to the people of Kerala will be travelling through 8 towns - Kochi, Alappuzha, Kollam, Trivandrum, Thirssur, Palakkad, Kozhikode and Thalasery - in the next 25 days.
The Google Internet Bus journey which started from Tamil Nadu in February 2009 has so far touched the lives of over 400,000 Indians across states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh helping them to understand how they can use internet to do everyday things more easily. The bus left behind some interesting anecdotes each time it visited a city: For instance a businessman in Ujjain was excited to know how easily he could keep track of his bank account by using online banking. A businessman in Krishnagiri (Tamil Nadu) was amazed to see how he could easily book the train tickets online. A cybercafé owner in Vijaywada (Andhra Pradesh) was thrilled to use products like Google Maps and Google search in local languages and was keen to educate his customers about use of these products.
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Sunday, June 6, 2010

Hide Folder/drives using encryption that let you easily protect files and folders with a password:use TrueCrypt

TrueCrypt is a software system for establishing and maintaining an on-the-fly-encrypted volume
(data storage device). On-the-fly encryption means that data is automatically encrypted or
decrypted right before is loaded or saved, without any user intervention. No data stored on an
encrypted volume can be read (decrypted) without using the correct password/keyfile(s) or correct
encryption keys. Entire file system is encrypted (e.g., file names, folder names, contents of every
file, free space, meta data, etc).
Files can be copied to and from a mounted TrueCrypt volume just like they are copied to/from any
normal disk (for example, by simple drag-and-drop operations). Files are automatically being
decrypted on-the-fly (in memory/RAM) while they are being read or copied from an encrypted
TrueCrypt volume. Similarly, files that are being written or copied to the TrueCrypt volume are
automatically being encrypted on-the-fly (right before they are written to the disk) in RAM. Note that
this does not mean that the whole file that is to be encrypted/decrypted must be stored in RAM
before it can be encrypted/decrypted. There are no extra memory (RAM) requirements for
TrueCrypt. For an illustration of how this is accomplished, see the following paragraph.
Let's suppose that there is an .avi video file stored on a TrueCrypt volume (therefore, the video file
is entirely encrypted). The user provides the correct password (and/or keyfile) and mounts (opens)
the TrueCrypt volume. When the user double clicks the icon of the video file, the operating system
launches the application associated with the file type – typically a media player. The media player
then begins loading a small initial portion of the video file from the TrueCrypt-encrypted volume to
RAM (memory) in order to play it. While the portion is being loaded, TrueCrypt is automatically
decrypting it (in RAM). The decrypted portion of the video (stored in RAM) is then played by the
media player. While this portion is being played, the media player begins loading next small portion
of the video file from the TrueCrypt-encrypted volume to RAM (memory) and the process repeats.
This process is called on-the-fly encryption/decryption and it works for all file types, not only for
video files.
Note that TrueCrypt never saves any decrypted data to a disk – it only stores them temporarily in
RAM (memory). Even when the volume is mounted, data stored in the volume is still encrypted.
When you restart Windows or turn off your computer, the volume will be dismounted and files
stored in it will be inaccessible (and encrypted). Even when power supply is suddenly interrupted
(without proper system shut down), files stored in the volume are inaccessible (and encrypted). To
make them accessible again, you have to mount the volume (and provide the correct password
and/or keyfile).

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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Get 3D Glassses form ebay.com

Want to watch 3 D movies at your home?? you will require a 3 D glasses .These 3D glasses are available on www.ebay.com. You can buy these glasses for just 0.99$ which will be around Rs 50. So what are you waiting for just visit ebay.com and order your 3D glasses and enjoy 3D movies at your home. 

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NOKIA introduces first Dual SIM mobile phones

After several years of endless wait for Dual Sim (GSM+GSM) phone from Nokia, Finally, the world leading mobile phone maker join the bandwagon of Dual SIM mobile phones and introduced 2 low-cost dual Sim phone C1 and C2 that supports Dual-SIM and Dual Sim with dual standby respectively.
At a media conference held on 3June 2010 in the Kenyan capital Nairobi, Nokia unveiled its First dual-Sim C1 (C1-00) mobile phone a 2-in-1 double SIM solution which has a  dedicated button to switch between SIM cards by simply holding down a key.
 The C1-01 is a low-cost ‘feature’ phone with an estimated retail price of EUR 39(~Rs 2100). Nonetheless, it comes with a VGA camera, an SD memory card slot for up to 32 GB of storage, mail and chat. There’s also an FM radio and music player.

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Friday, May 28, 2010

Nokia To Launch Mobile Payment Facility “Nokia Money”

Nokia the leading mobile phone maker announced the launch of Nokia Money the mobile Payment services enabling consumers to pay through direct from their Nokia mobile phones in India. To offer the Mobile Payment service the company tie-up with Yes Bank. The Nokia Money Services will allow mobile phone users to transfer money to another person by using the person’s mobile phone number and also top up the prepaid card or pay utility bills.
As a commercial pilot project initially the services will be launched in Pune (Maharashtra) and will also be available through Nokia’s retail network. Transactions can be done over SMS, IVR, WAP, JAVA and FIRE. The service will be offered over a Mobile Payment platform developed by Obopay which is already partnering Yes bank.
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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

"Vote using MISSED call "--- It is Amazing

Vote via SMS is the most commonly used voting system these days. From reality shows to surveys & contests everywhere it’s been used. But, Most of us have voted using this system since it uses 5 or 6 digit short code which  service provider will charge around 5 to 6 Re per SMS. Because of this pricing, participation in voting becomes very less.

Have you ever thought of voting using "MISSED CALL" Here is new concept using missed call.
 “Missed Call” technique, ZipDial has come up with a “Missed Call to Vote” system! Visit http://www.zipdial.com/zipdial/
For Ex:

Q: Should Meg Whitman become Governor of California?

If YES, give a missed call to +91 40 44 55 69 30
If No, give a missed call to +91 40 44 55 69 31

All you are doing here is giving a missed call, so you will not be charged anything to vote! And this system is so simple, you don’t have to remember “Send XX to YYYYY”

and bleh bleh to vote! It is just different numbers to dial for different options.
 Recently they have plans to open ZipDial for public where anyone can create a poll. They have just started, I wish everyone including TV channels start using this system. Visit ZipDial & start voting for polls & win some gifts.

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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Unlock your iPhone Easily and Safe to any network

Visit  http://www.unlockediphone.info/index.html

what the developer of this product says :-
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Monday, May 24, 2010

BSNL 3G Data Card Tariff

3g Data card

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Sunday, May 23, 2010

How to create WindowsXP Live CD.

Microsoft Windows XP live CD  is the best way to boot into the Operating System without installation into the computer. By using this XP Live CD you can use XP and its features without actually installing them. This sounds cool, right? Creating a Live CD is not a big problem. It just involves adding of some plugins. One of the easiest ways to do this is using a software called pebuilder. Using it, you can create an XP Live CD in just about 15 minutes!
Here’s all the software you’ll need:

Step 1: Download PeBuilder from here and install it. Make sure you have enough free space on the drive where you install the program. After you have finished adding all programs it will create an ISO to be burned into a disk. The size of the ISO will depend upon how many programs you add to your live CD. I would recommend atleast 700MB of free space.

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Disable Autorun for Drives to prevent from Virus

Method 1
Autoplay play feature is not only available in CD drives, but also on the flash drives and external hard drives that you connect to your PC. In any case your external drives or CDs are infected with virus or malwares, then chances are there that your PC could also be infected with the autoplay feature. Best way to combat this issue is to disable autoplay on all your system drives.

To disable autoplay on all drives, best method is to change it through Group Policy Editor. To do this click run and type gpedit.msc and press enter. Navigate to Local Computer Policy-> Computer Configuration->Administrative Templates-> System. Now on the right panel double click Turn off Autoplay.  Now select enabled and choose All drives from the dropdown list and click ok.

Method 2

You can either copy the three lines below from this web page .The file name is not important, other than it should end with ".reg". Copy this code below it and save on to notepad with extension ".reg".
REGEDIT4
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\IniFileMapping\Autorun.inf]
@="@SYS:DoesNotExist"
Note that there are three lines in the file, the middle line may wrap when displayed by a web browser, but it needs to be a single line in the .reg file.

Once you have a dot reg file on your computer, just double click on it.
On a Windows XP computer, you'll see the following warning before the registry zap is actually made ...
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