Category: Technology



Click on the link below, enter your mobile phone number and check if your mobile phone is registered in the National Do Not Call (NDNC) Registry. In case it is you can feel good that you will not be bugged by unnecessary promotional calls from telemarketing executives.

http://ndncregistry.gov.in/ndncregistry/search.misc


Many Android Tablets are pouring in this year even in Indian Markets and even Govt. of India has announced a 35$ Android tablet PC for students. Huawei Smakit S7 however is already announced earlier this year has entered Indian Market- 7 inch Display screen device running on Android 2.2 Froyo.

With Olivepad, Samsung Tab and Dell Streak in Market, Huawei decided to bring affordable range of Android Tablet PC in India. Huawei Smakit S7 has a Qualcomm SnapDragon ARM processor, and runs the 2.2 version of Google Android operating system. It boasts an 800 x 480 pixel resolution with WVGA touchscreen. Smakit S7 has resistive touchscreen which may be turn down for some users but you will love 720 pixel high definition (720p HD) video playback.

Tech Specs:
Huawei Smakit S7 supports 3G voice as well as data, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1, and HSPA/UMTS 3G connectivity. Also, it has  two USB 2.0 ports, and two microSDHC slots which can be used to increase the phone’s memory. 3.2 MP Camera captures decent quality of pictures. HDMI out feature allows you to connect and playback videos and display on Television and Laptops. Impressive thing is that anything displayed on Smakit S7 can simultaneously be displayed on screens of other devices such as TVs, PCs, and other handsets running on Android.

Pricing:
Huawei Smakit S7 is launched in India at price of Rs. 14,000 approx.


Apple is in talks with Reliance Communications and Tata Teleservices to launch the CDMA version of iPhone in India, one of the fastest growing mobile markets in the world. Click on the link below to read the full article,

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Tech-Personal-Tech-Gadgets-Special/Apple-to-launch-CDMA-iPhone-in-India/articleshow/6740094.cms


This site is very informative, which ever diseases you click-upon (I wish you dont have one),…. it gives you the    video explanation !!!!

Interactive Sites on Medical Information

The tutorials listed below are interactive health education resources from the Patient Education Institute. Using animated graphics each tutorial explains a procedure or condition in easy-to-read language. You can also listen to the tutorial.


JUST CLICK ON YOUR PREFFERED AILMENT


NOTE: These tutorials require a special Flash plug-in, version 6 or above… If you do not have Flash, you will be prompted to obtain a free download of the software before you start the tutorial.


Why you shouldn't buy a Mac


Awesome flash site where you can sift through the blog pages just like you sift through your book,

http://www.silkairexplorers.com/light/winner.php

Really cool imagination and execution of the concept.


Facebook is in what’s called a recruiting sweet spot right now. Out of control growth in users and revenue and a nearly certain IPO run in the near future. That’s when employee growth expands at the greatest rate for a company as it grows from hundreds to thousands and then tens of thousands of employees. And with low priced private stock as currency, companies in that position can generally get anyone they want.
Yahoo of course does more than its fair share of feeding the beast, but they’re everyone’s favorite recruiting pool right now. But plenty of Googler’s are heading to Facebook, too – LinkedIn is tracking 118 of them to date. For some Googlers, it’s paying off just to go get an offer from Facebook and then tell their employer – a counter offer is almost sure to come, and it may be stratospheric.
One recent Googler, we’ve confirmed, was recently offered a counter offer he couldn’t refuse (except he did). He was offered a 15% raise on his $150,000 mid level developer salary, quadruple the stock benefits and…wait for it…a $500,000 cash bonus to stay for a year. He took the Facebook offer anyway.
Sources close to Google tell us that about 80% of people stay when they’re offered a counter to a Facebook offer. But some still leave. Part of that may be that Facebook is quietly telling people, never in writing, that there’s no reason their stock won’t hit $100 billion in total valuation over the next couple of years. No guarantees, yadda yadda, but hey if you get 1/10 of 1%, that’s $100 million in stock. Now it’s a party.
Google isn’t making these kind of counter offers to everyone, but it’s not a one off, either. It seems to me that every Google engineer at least should be taking a personal day to go collect a Facebook offer. Even if it’s just to get a counter offer from their current employer.

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Click on the link below to view a virtual tour of Mysore Palace. I guess most of us would have visited this marvel, but for those not so lucky ones this website is a teaser to the real experience,

http://www.mysorepalace.tv/360_Eng/index.html


If you wish to see the Madurai Meenakshi Temple in Madurai, Tamilnadu but are not able to do so, here is a virtual glimpse of the magnificient temple. Although it is no where close to the real experience, it gives you an idea of how the temple looks like.

Here is the link,

http://www.view360.in/virtualtour/madurai/


This goes on to prove again that when it comes to software product development and releases nobody is perfect. Even the big guns of the industry have their share of hits and misses. Click on the link below to see some of the biggest product flops by Google.

http://techcrunch.com/2010/08/18/is-google-me-nex/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Techcrunch+%28TechCrunch%29

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