Friday, February 26, 2010

Send Free SMS & Complete Back up(SMS,MMS,Pictures) your Mobile using

What is Mjooz?
It is a web portal with a host of applications for the mobile phone which envisions the convergence of the web and the mobile interface to offer the end user an easy and secure way of wireless backup for their phone's contacts, calendar entries on the Internet. Mjooz further enables its users to build social and professional networks leveraging convergence of Voice and Data.

Feature in nutshell

1)Mjooz, Sync Server supports synchronization of Calendar events, Contacts, SMS / MMS etc.

2)Server Sync is to Connect to the Website through GPRS where as PC sync is to Connect to the PC through data cable/Bluetooth.

3)Rs 100 for one time registration and then Rs. 17/- per month.

4)No, there are no Charges for Registering Mobile.

5)Mjooz does not support CDMA phones.CDMA mobile phone users can sign up and use all the facilities except synchronization of mobile phone.

6)You can upload your contacts by synchronizing or by adding contacts on Mjooz website.
7)We can import contacts from Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo etc contacts.

8)Exporting the Contacts in Outlook compatible format.

9)Now you can schedule your SMS for future date and time which means you can wish all your friends a Happy New Year or Diwali today itself. You can even trigger meeting alerts to your colleagues and to yourself in a go.

10)You can earn as much as you want depending on the number of points you earn by syncing your phone, profile updating, referrals sent etc. You can even send free SMS on STD numbers.

Services offered

1.Contacts are forever

Contacts Backup : - Totally secure and easy method of over-the-air Transfer and Backup of complete mobile phone contacts. Whether you lose your phone or you switch service provider or you switch device you are always supported.

2. Save your SMS/MMS

SMS Backup : - For most of us almost 20% of SMS received/sent need to be retained for future references, record or forwarding. Backup of your SMS is now possible with Mjooz.

MMS Backup :- Save all your Pictures, Videos, Audios on Mjooz.

3. Power your network

Mobile Socializing :-One of the most powerful networking tools developed this feature would enable you to build social & professional networks both on the web and the mobile interface real time through Mobile Phone Number. It allows import and export of contacts from Outlook, Yahoo, Gmail, etc. You can build your Friends – of - a - Friend Network (f - o - a – f).

4. Too many birthdays to remember

Trigger SMS : - A great utility that provides you with total peace of mind. You can set the sms today and it would be sent at any preset date and time. (Enabling scheduling of SMS messages for future).

5. Your 'Mobile' Secretary

Calendar Backup :- Total backup of your calendar entries is possible over Mjooz. You can now set calendar alerts over the phone itself. Mjooz syncs calendar entries and also allows easy retrieval anytime anywhere.

6. Chat on the Move

Mobile Chatting :- A unique feature that enables you to chat with your friends. You can search your friends and chat. It also enables you to send introductions.

7. Your popularity metric

Popularity Metric : - Know how many people have you as a contact, also what is your popularity rating.

8. SMS Freeeeeeeeee……

Free SMS :- An added incentive to Mjooz users are the free sms provided in the plan, you can send free SMS to any mobile phone from the web interface.

When you join:

You register your phone and synchronize it with Mjooz
You create a profile that features who you are
You can add more connections by inviting trusted contacts to join Mjooz and connect to you.
Insure your data | Forever: If you ever lose, replace or damage your mobile phone – your data is secure with us
Retrieve: If your new phone is on our list you can retrieve all your contacts
You can also refer your friends and earn cash. (A Rs. 10 lakh model enumerated)

You can also earn points which could be redeemed as free SMS

Through your network you can:

Organize your phone Contacts, Calendar entries, text Messages and many other supported features
Share your contacts, calendar, messages with other Mjooz users
Control over the air
Keep track of your group members
Network: Find and be found | potential clients, service providers, subject experts, partners, great jobs, deals
Chat with contacts.

Mjooz is free to join. Mjooz is certified to meet the strict privacy guidelines. All relationships on Mjooz are mutually confirmed, and no one appears in the Mjooz Network without knowledge and explicit consent.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Mobile Number Portability (MNP) in Chennai & Bangalore from May

The Union Minister for Communications and IT, Mr A Raja, on Friday announced that mobile number portability would be introduced by the first week of May in Chennai and Bangalore. The MNP implementation got delayed due to certain issues related to getting security clearances. This was announced during the launch of BSNL’s 3G services in Bangalore. He added that, the issue regarding 3G spectrum allocation would be sorted out this week.

The MNP has been delayed for almost an year.


Mobile Money Transfer Services Coming Soon

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) announced it’s plans to launch a mobile banking platform. The platform will help mobile subscribers to send money orders electronically through text messages (SMS). The SMS by the sender will be encashable at all post offices in the country.

In order to send money, go to the nearest post office and transfer the money by way of an SMS. The SMS will contain a unique code. The person who receives this SMS real time, can go to his nearest post office and collect the money by showing the code. This will also help those who do not have a proper address for physical delivery of the money order.


Monday, February 22, 2010

Sixthsense Device---Integrating information with the real world

'SixthSense' is a wearable gestural interface that augments the physical world around us with digital information and lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information. By using a camera and a tiny projector mounted in a pendant like wearable device, 'SixthSense' sees what you see and visually augments any surfaces or objects we are interacting with. It projects information onto surfaces, walls, and physical objects around us, and lets us interact with the projected information through natural hand gestures, arm movements, or our interaction with the object itself. 'SixthSense' attempts to free information from its confines by seamlessly integrating it with reality, and thus making the entire world your computer.

Ever wanted to be able to manipulate images on a computer the way Tom Cruise did in Minority Report? A new Media Lab invention, sixthsense, lets you do just that as it allows users to manipulate digital information with hand gestures.

By wearing just a hat with a tiny projector and a camera, a sixthsense user can make any flat surface a connection to the world to check email, map out a location, or draw with fingers.

Designed by Pranav K. Mistry G, a PhD student in the Fluid Interfaces Group of the Lab, sixthsense has the ability to track colors, hand movements, and gestures. It connects with its owner’s digital devices.

Many natural hand gestures are possible with sixthsense. Snapping your fingers as if you were taking a photo on an actual camera or tapping your wrist with a circular gesture maps to the physical actions of taking a picture and checking the time.

“You can take a photo of a random book, and check its prices on Amazon. You can compare prices between goods in the supermarket” and check which ones are green products, said Mistry.

“There is a lot of information on the Internet, but humans do not have access to it at all times. Sixthsense gives you the ability to receive information about anything and anyone you encounter, anywhere, and at all times,” added Mistry.

Discussing the motivations behind his work, Mistry said “the digital world has brought many devices to human life, yet it has diluted human interactions. People have started using social networks as their major path for socializing. You would see people sitting individually in cafes, each busy with his laptop or phone. My task is to use digital work to integrate digital work into human’s lives.”

The idea for the sixthsense project came to Mistry about six months ago. “It came as a crazy idea of thinking of the term head mountain projector! I just started thinking of actually making real head mountain projectors that would truly connect to people’s physical world!”

Mistry initially implemented his inspiration as a projector helmet where the camera tracked what the wearer did with his or her hand. Further modifications resulted in a cap with a smaller projector, and, finally, into a small device containing a projector and a camera.

Mistry initially called the device “WUW” as in “wear ur world.” But when it was introduced, sixthsense was judged to be a better title.

Mistry also incorporated his Indian background into his invention. Bringing your hands together in the Indian gesture of welcome, “Namaste”, causes the main menu to open up.

Mistry foresees several improvements to ‘sixthsense’, one of which is incorporating the use of computer-vision based techniques that do not require the user to wear color markers. “I have a lot of applications in mind to make sixthsense more practical for use.”

“I believe that we should use systems to learn about users rather than have users learn about systems.”

Remarkably, Mistry developed SixthSense in less than five months, and it costs under $350 to build (not including the phone). Users must currently wear colored "marker­s" on their fingers so that the system can track their hand gestures, but he is designing algorithms that will enable the phone to recognize them directly. --Brittany Sauser

1. Camera: A webcam captures an object in view and tracks the user's hand gestures. It sends the data to the smart phone.

2. Colored Markers: Marking the user's fingers with red, yellow, green, and blue tape helps the webcam recognize gestures. Mistry is working on gesture-recognition algorithms that could eliminate the need for the markers.

3. Projector: A tiny LED projector displays data sent from the smart phone on any surface in view--object, wall, or person. Mistry hopes to start using laser projectors to increase the brightness.

4. Smart Phone: A Web-enabled smart phone in the user's pocket processes the video data, using vision algorithms to identify the object. Other software searches the Web and interprets the hand gestures.

The SixthSense prototype implements several applications that demonstrate the usefulness, viability and flexibility of the system. The map application lets the user navigate a map displayed on a nearby surface using hand gestures, similar to gestures supported by Multi-Touch based systems, letting the user zoom in, zoom out or pan using intuitive hand movements. The drawing application lets the user draw on any surface by tracking the fingertip movements of the user’s index finger. SixthSense also recognizes user’s freehand gestures (postures). For example, the SixthSense system implements a gestural camera that takes photos of the scene the user is looking at by detecting the ‘framing’ gesture. The user can stop by any surface or wall and flick through the photos he/she has taken. SixthSense also lets the user draw icons or symbols in the air using the movement of the index finger and recognizes those symbols as interaction instructions. For example, drawing a magnifying glass symbol takes the user to the map application or drawing an ‘@’ symbol lets the user check his mail. The SixthSense system also augments physical objects the user is interacting with by projecting more information about these objects projected on them. For example, a newspaper can show live video news or dynamic information can be provided on a regular piece of paper. The gesture of drawing a circle on the user’s wrist projects an analog watch.

The current prototype system costs approximate $350 to build.


Saturday, February 20, 2010

Intex Introduces Multi SIM(Triple) mobile phone IN5030 and IN4420

ndia’s own Mobile Phone maker Intex Technologies today introduced two new multi SIM power packed mobile Phone IN5030 and IN4420.The new handsets are equipped with distinctive features like one with a Triple SIM and the second one is Dual SIM phone.

Intex IN 5030 is the Triple SIM mobile phone (2 GSM + 1 CDMA). With this mobile phone users can receive or make a call on one of the GSM connections, the CDMA connection remains active (and vice versa), hence the user can easily shift between the two numbers. The Java-enabled handset comes with two batteries, each providing a talk time up to four hours and stand-by time of up 120 hours. Intex IN 5030 will retail at price point of Rs.4700.

The another handset Intex IN 4420 is dual SIM (GSM + GSM) mobile phone with a built in currency checker that lets users differentiate between a fake and real Indian currency note. The Mobile phone identifies and displays the name of the circle or area while making and receiving a call (the facility is network-specific). The phone also has a dual LED torch light, wireless FM radio and an Indian calendar with all the details of festivals. The handset provides a 3.5-hour talk time and 270 hours of stand-by time. The Intex IN 4420 will comes at price point of Rs.3300.

The IN5030 and 4020 mobile handset comes with FM radio, audio and video player, pre-set audio equalizers, Bluetooth, PC synchronisation / modem / wWebcam / PC Suite, GPRS & WAP, mobile tracker, auto call recorder, currency converter and expandable memory up to 4GB


Thursday, February 18, 2010

NOKIA Cheapest 3G Mobile at just Rs 4499 ---Nokia 2730 Classic now in stores

Nokia has launched Nokia 2730 classic in India. The sleek and compact Nokia 2730 classic is one of the industry’s most affordable 3G devices priced at Rs 4,499. It is equipped with Nokia’s services such as Ovi Mail, Nokia Messaging, Nokia Life Tools etc.

Nokia 2730 classic is available in black and dark magenta colors. The overall measurements of the handset are 109.6 mm x 46.9 mm x 14.4 mm and it weighs 87.7 g. The battery life offers maximum of 7.4 hours talktime and 16.5 days standby time. It supports 3G for faster search and browsing and an integrated Opera mini browser. The Nokia 2730 classic is Nokia Life Tools compatible.

Key Features of Nokia 2730 Classic
• Nokia Life Tools
• OviMail
• 2 megapixel camera
• Stereo FM radio
• Bluetooth
• Long talk time
• phonebook and having 1000 entry capacity
• MMS, Email, Flash message, Audio message


Check Your Password ....How Strong is your pssword?

What is a strong password?

A strong password should appear to be a random row of characters. It should be at least 14 characters long. It should include a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation, and symbols.

Are you doing enough to protect your business by having secure passwords? And do you have different passwords that can't easily be traced?

Many people use the same password for everything - from their private work accounts, containing a plethora of confidential details, through to their own personal Facebook or social networking account.

Analysis of the 32 million passwords exposed last month in the breach of social media application developer RockYou - who's applications can be used on Facebook and Myspace - provides further proof that consumers routinely use easy-to-guess login credentials

"Easy to crack"

After the security breach, database security firm Imperva analysed the passwords used, publishing a report entitled Consumer Password Worst Practices.

The data found that the most common passwords were:

1. 123456
2. 12345
3. 123456789
4. Password
5. iloveyou
6. princess
7. rockyou
8. 1234567
9. 12345678
10. abc123

The analysis revealed a large amount of users had chosen "easy-to-crack" passwords, the most common being "123456", which was chosen by 290,731 users, or almost one percent.

'Nicole' was the 11th most commonly chosen code, followed by 'Daniel' in 12th. Other names appearing in the top 20 passwords include 'Jessica' and 'Michael'.

According to Imperva, the data found that 50 percent of password records exposed used names, slang words, dictionary words or trivial passwords (consecutive digits, adjacent keyboard keys). Analysts believe that if login names and password are easy to guess then it's more likely that hackers will be able to break into accounts using brute force dictionary attacks and readily available password cracking tools. If users (as they often do) use the same login credentials for social networking sites and more sensitive accounts (email, online banking etc) then the problem gets even more critical.

"Everyone needs to understand what the combination of poor passwords means in today's world of automated cyber attacks: with only minimal effort, a hacker can gain access to one new account every second - or 1000 accounts every 17 minutes," said Imperva's chief technology officer (CTO) Amichai Shulman, in a statement, ITPRO states.

Password safety

The key point of the report is to make sure passwords avoid being short and simple, to make them as strong as possible, to protect your data.

Passwords should have a combination of numbers and lowercase and uppercase letters to be secure. He added that users should consider using longer 'pass phrases' - to protect their identity online.

The risks for businesses are strong if users don't up their security game by protecting their data with strong passwords, they put other people at risk.


Disposable Temporary E-Mail Address

There are many website provides you with disposable e-mail addresses which expire after 15 Minutes or 10 minutes. You can read and reply to e-mails that are sent to the temporary e-mail address within the given time frame.

Disposable temporary email addresses with MailCatch temporary inbox technology, fight the spam!
Antispam solution!

MailCatch is an email service that allows you to create temporary disposable mailboxes, in a completly anonymous way. When you are asked for an email by a website and you do not want to give your (for fear of spam), you can simply give whatever mailbox name you want on the domain (like Then you come here, type in the mailbox name and check your mail. We get the spam, not you! The ultimate anti-spam service!
No Registration!

You do not need to register with us or give any information. We do not want to know about you, that is what "anonymous" really means!
No Sign-up!
With this service you can create a temporary e-mail address that will forward all incoming mail to your usual e-mail address.
Simply enter your e-mail address and the life time of your spambox and we will generate you a temporary e-mail.

Many websites ask for your e-mail address to download software or to register. But you don't know what they'll be doing with your e-mail.. Your e-mail will probably be stored in a database which will then be resold to spammers and you will be receiving unsolicited bulk e-mail.

What is whspr!?

Need to receive a message by email, but can't (or don't want to) give out your email address? whspr! gives you a URL to share instead.
So what?

Here's an example: Say you want to advertise a job opening on Twitter, and you don't want to share your company email address. Some applicants may not want to post a public @reply, and they can't send you a direct message if you don't already follow them. Include a whspr! URL, and they can reach you discreetly.
How does it work?

Fill out the form and we'll give you a URL you can post wherever you like. Viewers who click it will go to a form where they can send you a message. We forward the message to you. That's it.
What about privacy and spam?

When you create a whspr! URL, your email address remains hidden to those who send you messages. When someone sends you a message, he or she must provide an email address where they can be reached.

We take spam seriously (and we hate it as much as you do). We use reCAPTCHA, and you can delete a whspr! at any time.

whspr! is experimental. If you'd like to leave feedback or report bugs, send us a whspr!


Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Manage your Cybercafe using CLINCK Cyber Cafe manager

CLINCK Desktop standardizes Cyber Cafe desktops across the country making the user experience better and simpler.
It hosts advertising inventory that is served and
tracked on all internet metrics.
With the USP’s of - 100% Accurate Geo-Targeting, a
*.* website reach and user interaction levels 4-5
times the industry standard, CLINCK has grown to be
one of the most efficient internet branding mediums.

Cyber Cafe brand CLINCK is spearheaded by the CLINCK Cyber Cafe Manager, an in-house Cafe Management and Security Application that caters to the 360* needs of managing a cyber cafe. It is also the only application that caters to the Security norms laid down by the Law enforcement agencies, for public internet access points.

CLINCK also offers the CLINCK Desktop, a desktop portal that is the default interface for all users in CLINCK enabled cafes. It is a key navigational interface providing ease of surfing, search, quick links, user preferred content and brand communication. It has grown into a well recognized advertising platform in India that delivers an average interaction performance 5 times the industry norm.

Following are the features with this software.Before using this software you need to do simple registration on

Once you are registered just login after confirmation of your email address. Then download the server and client software and refer user manual at

Customer Management:

Registered Customer
Walk-In Customer
All India Single Login
Session Timer for User

Print Manager

Printing Rate Plan
Auto Add to bill
Multiple Printers
Print Jobs per Terminal/Customer

Time based Rate Plans
Billing & Cash Register
Walk-In & Member Plan
Multiple Employee Logins
Other Products (CD, Mobile Recharge etc)


Daily Register
Billing - Collection Report
Customer Details & List Report
PC Usage Report


Monday, February 1, 2010

Mozilla launches Firefox Mobile version for Nokia’s

Firefox is now available for Nokia’s Maemo platform. Nokia N900 owners can now enjoy many of the same Firefox features they know and love on the desktop on their mobile device. Firefox is the first mobile Web browser to support add-ons. Add-ons like AdBlock Plus, URL Fixer, TwitterBar, language translators, and geo guides become especially handy when you’re out and about on yourmobile device. Just as Firefox does for the desktop, Firefox for mobile provides a platform for developers to create rich applications. Developers can use the latest Web technologies like HTML5, CSS and JavaScript to improve, modify and customize the browser

Visit the Develop for mobile page to learn more.

Firefox for mobile is packed with your features like

* Awesome Bar – Go to your favorite sites in just a couple of keystrokes with intelligent and personalized searching
* Weave Sync – Sync your Firefox tabs, history, bookmarks and passwords between your desktop and mobile device for a seamless browsing experience
* Add-ons – Customize your Firefox by adding small pieces of functionality, like games and news readers, that help make the mobile Web browser your own
* Location-Aware Browsing – Get maps and information relevant to your location
* Tabbed browsing – View open tabs as thumbnails to easily identify and select the Web page you’d like to go to next
* Safe Browsing – Get an Instant Web Site ID and easily access and edit security settings
* Available in more than 30 languages and counting

To download it click here. To check out available Add-ons click here.