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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 to be unveiled today at MWC

Samsung continues to be in market by launching smart phones in a bulk. Today at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona Samsung will launch its next generation phone of S series.S5 will be launched with a bigger screen and excellent rear camera.

S5 will overcome the S4 smart phone at its best. By launching this phone Samsung tries to capture the market of Nokia Lumia phones. Nokia Lumia series has captured the market of Samsung.

According to the critics the cost of this phone will be around five thousand higher then the Launching price of S4.

So, for those who are making their minds for buying a new smart phone under this range must have to wait for a month or two.
For more information regarding this phone launching and its availability, you can contact us on our email or by writing here in the comments section.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Tablets that support 23 Indian languages launched

Wishtel, a Mumbai-based company, last week launched two tablet PCs, Ira and Ira Thing, which support 23 Indian languages.
The seven-inch portable devices run on Taiwanese chipmaker VIA Technology's 800 MHz processor and operate on the Google Android ecosystem. While Ira sports a TFT LCD resistive touch screen, 256 MB RAM and 2GB of storage, the top-of-line Ira Thing features a capacitive touch screen, 215 MB RAM with 4 GB of storage. They are priced at Rs. 4,000 and Rs.5,500 respectively.
Wishtel CEO Milind Shah told The Hindu that the company engineers had included in the Linux kernel of the gadget the Indian language packs available for the ecosystem. Users will not only be able to see the menu option in their regional language, they will also be able to type and view regional language content. Native Apps also includes an eBook reader that will allow users to read content in Hindi and other languages.
Wishtel plans to sell its tablets through its nationwide network of 350 distributors. First preference will be given to educational institutions. The company is running trials on a proprietary content delivery network, through which it hopes to deliver educational content, including digital textbooks and multimedia.
The low-price tablet segment is booming in India ever since the Union government announced ‘Aakash Tablet' in October 2011. Ira was designed as per the specifications of the Indian Institute of Technology Rajasthan, as part of the low-cost computing devices project under the National Mission of Education through the ICT and sponsored by the Ministry of Human Resources. They are made in factories in Maharashtra and Gujarat.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Samsung Galaxy fit S5670 specifications

Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670Hey guys today i want to share information on latest android application handset launched by Samsung.Samsung has launched this set in April 2011 and now this is in huge demand.It has latest android application v2.2 installed in it.Samsung has got a good response from the users using this handset.I have also bought this handset in April.This handset has many positive factors and negative factors too.The basic requirements of an multimedia handset with android is fulfilled by Samsung in this handset.The people who want to buy a handset under Rs 11000 then this is the best option to buy it.The approximate range of this handset in India is Rs 10,500.

The main positive and negative factors of this model is listed below-:
Positive factors
3G- Yes
Wi-Fi- Yes
Android- Yes (with latest v2.2)
Camera- Yes(5 megapixels)
Expandable memory- upto 32 GB (with 2GB included)

Negative Factors
:The sound of this handset is not so good.
:The camera does not contain flash.
:It does not contain infrared port and secondary camera.

Above are the negative and positive factors but under this price range this is the best choice.For any other details about its features and other hansets please fell free to contact us on our email id

Monday, April 25, 2011

Mahindra renames Logan as Verito, drops Renault badge

A file photo of a Logan manufacturing unit at Nashik. -- Shashi Ashiwal (file photo)NEW DELHI: Just over a year after breaking up its joint venture with Renault, Mahindra & Mahindra today said it has renamed the 'Logan' sedan as 'Verito', thus completely dropping the French automaker's badge from the entry level sedan. 

"We are delighted to announce that the Logan will now be called the Verito. It will sport the Mahindra badge and emblem," the company said in a statement. 

It, however, did not specify whether there has been a change in the price of the sedan. 

Currently the Logan, which is available in both petrol and diesel variants, is priced between Rs 4.67 lakh and Rs 6.47 lakh (ex-showroom) as per the company's website. 

Last April, M&M and Renault had agreed to part ways from their joint venture -- Mahindra Renault Pvt Ltd -- that was formed in 2005 to produce and sell the Logan in India as the car failed to meet expectations. 

M&M had agreed to buy out Renault's 49 per cent stake in the JV for an undisclosed sum. 

The French auto major, however, agreed to continue to support M&M and Logan through a licence agreement and supply key components, including the engine and transmission. 

As per their understanding, M&M could use the Logan brand for 18 months after which it was to drop all the Renault badge from the product as well as dealerships. 

M&M's statement today did not elaborate on whether the Renault brand has also been dropped from the Logan showrooms.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Windows Phone copy-paste update expected in Feb

The long-awaited Windows Phone 7 software update that will bring copy-paste functionality as well as a handful of bug fixes is said to be arriving next month.
That's according to Paul Thurrott over at Windows Phone Secrets, who says that the update is being released to manufacturers this month, with users getting it in the form of a software update pending carrier approval shortly thereafter. Furthermore, Thurrott says the update will bring support for Qualcomm's 7x30 smartphone chipsetand a CDMA location stack, which could put the OS onto a more diverse set of hardware.
What about the more meaty update, though--the one that brings things like an upgraded Web browser and support for Microsoft's Silverlight? Reports of that cropped up last month with an expected release around August of this year. Thurrott weighs in, saying that he's unsure about the timing, but adds that the update will also bring support for gestures and the Trudent 5 rendering engine, the latter of which can currently be found in the desktop version of Internet Explorer 9.
Microsoft is expected to unveil details about the timing and possible additions to the smaller update later today at CES. You can stay up-to-date with both of the company's news briefings by tuning in to CNET's live coverage. Links for those events can be found below, where you can sign up for an e-mail reminder right before it starts:

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Nokia E7 will be available in India in Jan 2011

Bangalore: Nokia has in the recent past been in the news more for the wrong reasons than the right ones. However, after facing flak for its power problems related to Nokia N8 phones, the Finnish mobile company has announced that the availability of the flagship phone, the Nokia E7 starting January 2011. The price of the phone is not yet revealed, although expect it to be in the  25,000 to  30,000 price band.
The Nokia E7 is the trendier version of the Communicator phone from Nokia's stubble. Nokia E7 was announced earlier in the year at the annual Nokia World event in London.

The E7 is a full QWERTY smartphone that runs on Nokia's latest Symbian^3 operating system. The device sports a 4 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display and is powered by an ARM 11 680 MHz processor. It packs in 256 MB RAM, 1 GB ROM

The phone comes with dual cameras, with an 8MP primary camera that gives a resolution of 3264 X 2448 pixels and a VGA secondary camera. The features included in the camera include fixed focus, dual-LED flash, Geo-tagging and face detection. For its powerful camera, the phone has an inbuilt HDMI port for linking the phone to your HD TV or projector

The Nokia E7 has a tilting screen and ships with an internal memory of 16GB. The phone is available in various colors such as Dark Grey, Silver White, Green, Blue and Orange.

Other features include Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, Scratch-resistant surface, Touch sensitive controls, Handwriting recognition, Nokia Clear Black display, QWERTY keyboard, Multi-touch input method and Proximity sensor for auto turn-off.

Although the earlier announcements said the phone would be available in time for Christmas, but recent news surely don't confirm the same. Going by Nokia's fate this year where it has faced lower market shares to problems with its devices, we only hope the revived Communicator that once put Nokia into the limelight would once again prove lucky for the company in its new avatar, Nokia E7. 

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Facebook likey to launch email service from Monday

Social networking website Facebook is likely to offer email services to its 500 million users from Monday to compete with Gmail and Yahoo Mail, making it the largest such service provider on the planet.TechCrunch, a leading Silicon Valley technology blog, has reported that the social network plans to announce a web-based email service — complete with addresses — at an event in San Francisco.
The blog said that Facebook's planned email service was part of a secret project known as ‘Project Titan,' which is “unofficially referred to internally as its ‘Gmail killer.'”
Yahoo, Google and Microsoft are already scrambling to retool their email services to build them more around people's social connections.


A Facebook user logs into their account in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Facebook is likely to offer email services to its 500 million users from Monday, Nov. 15, 2010, to compete with Gmail and Yahoo Mail. File photoFacebook would have a tremendous advantage because it owns a vast trove of data about people's relationships and would find it easier to graft email onto its existing social services, such as photo-sharing.
The launch of the new service will be made official on Monday, along with a likely announcement of a strategic alliance with Microsoft to incorporate the functionality of Facebook in Office applications.
The new Facebook email will fully integrate the social network, using the working model of the network of friends.
The aim would be to create an ecosystem of communication “sensitive” to the world of relationships of people, able to combine text, pictures, music and video in a single container of communications. And to give this information flow a priority-based on the social context of each.
If it is announced, a Facebook email service would allow its more than 500 million members to communicate with anyone inside or outside the walls of the social network.
If they use it, Facebook would leapfrog the 361 million global users of Windows Live Hotmail, Yahoo Mail's 273 million, and Gmail's 193 million.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Google sues US interior dept over e-mail bid

Internt search giant Google has sued the US Department of the Interior alleging that the federal agency favoured rival Microsoft while considering bids for e-mail and collaboration software for its 88,000 employees. In the suit filed in the US Court of Federal Claims, Google alleges that the US agency's request was written to "exclude Google's online services, Google Apps, by stating the system had to include the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite," the Wall Street Journal reported.
The Interior Department's decision to only consider Microsoft's standard is "unduly restrictive of competition," Google said in its complaint.
The Interior Department, which includes the National Park Service and Bureau of Indian Affairs, is looking for a web-based email and collaboration platform to replace 13 systems currently used by its 88,000 staffers.
The contract is estimated to be worth USD 59 million over five years.
"A fair and open process could save US taxpayers tens of millions of dollars and result in better services," the Journal quoted a Google spokesman as saying.
"We are asking the Department of Interior to allow for a true competition when selecting its technology providers.
"Google's lawsuit aims to block the Interior Department from proceeding with requests for bids on the contract without first conducting a competitive procurement process.
The Journal said according to the complaint, Interior officials told Google they were committed to an open competition for the contract even though the department had "standardised" on Microsoft technology.
Expressing concerns about whether Google could comply with the agency's security needs, the Interior Department concluded that Microsoft was the only vendor that met all of the department's requirements, the lawsuit added.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

World's fastest car Bugatti Veyron launched in India at Rs 16 Crore

Bugatti Veyron.

New Delhi, Oct 28 (IANS) Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport, called the world's fastest car, has made its debut in India.
Priced at Rs.16 crore (ex-showroom Delhi), Buggatti is the third major luxury brand from the stables of the Volkswagen group after Bentley and Lamborghini.

'India is a growing market for luxury and hence it was a conscious decision for us to launch Bugatti here,' said Julius Kruta, Head of Tradition, Bugatti Automobiles SAS.

Other than its famous 'fastest car' tag, the Bugatti Veyron is powered by a 8 litre, 16-cylinder engine with 64 valves, 4 turbo chargers and 12 radiators.

It combines state-of-the-art technology and the beauty of a convertible, and can reach a top speed of 407 km per hour.

The super premium sports car will be available at Exclusive Motors in the national capital.

Microsoft issues new test build of Internet Explorer 9

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer talks to PDC 2010 attendees about HTML5.
REDMOND, Wash.--Microsoft kicked off its developer conference on Thursday, releasing an updated test version of Internet Explorer 9, the company's effort to reassert itself in the Web browser market.
"We've tried to make the Web feel more like native applications," CEO Steve Ballmer said as part of a keynote speech Thursday morning.
The update is a new platform preview that developers can use to test Web sites, but is not an update to the more full-featured beta version that Microsoft released earlier this year. Microsoft had said it would continue to update the platform preview versions for developers even after releasing the beta. Unlike the beta, the platform preview can be used alongside earlier versions of the browser. Ballmer also talked about coming improvements to Windows Azure and noted that it expects to have more than 1,000 apps for Windows Phone when the devices go on sale Nov. 8.
"We're driving hard," Ballmer told a crowd at the Microsoft conference center here. Although he talked about Windows 7, phones and the browser, Ballmer stressed the role the cloud is playing in all manners of computing. "The cloud is a backplane on which to program and rapidly deploy applications. These are powerful new platforms."
Ballmer said that HTML 5 is the glue that will allow all kinds of new programs and devices to emerge.
Microsoft changed the format of its conference this year, having fewer people at the conference itself, but broadcasting it on the Web and having 30,000 people at local events worldwide.
Ballmer also took a moment to tout Microsoft's consumer efforts, touting Windows 7 PC sales, the release of Windows Phone as well as the gesture-recognizing Kinect add-on for the Xbox 360.
"It is really remarkable," he said.
As for the phone, Ballmer said "I think we really kind of nailed it," noting that it is more personal, offering more options than a one-size-fits-all approach (i.e. Apple) while offering more coherence (clearly a knock on Android).
Ballmer also excited the crowd by telling the developers in attendance that each of them would be getting a free Windows Phone.
On the PC front, Ballmer said, as he has frequently, that Windows 7 machines will take new shapes and forms in the coming year, but didn't announce any new efforts on that front. The company has been under pressure to offer up a competitive response to Apple's iPad.
"You'll see people push," he said, noting ink and touch is built into Windows 7.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Popular VLC media player now available for iPhone

VLC media player for iPhone Popular VLC media player now available for iPhoneThere is very interesting news for the Apple iPhone users and i sure that after read this news you will purchase this one.
The popular VLC media player is now available also for the Apple’s iPhone device and it is able to all types of video formats.
VLC player is available for free download on the internet for the iPhone users and a slimmed down version of the popular player had recently been made available for Apple iPad.
The VLC media player has been most popular with iPad. The new VLC has new features include edit (read & delete) files easily without go through iTunes.
It is also have more extensions and faster decoding process.


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