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Saturday, March 3, 2012

Aakash tablet's Price and cost

New Delhi: BSNL has launched three tablets including two 7 inch resistive screen based tabs with Android 2.3 operating system while the third tablet comes with an 8 inch capacitive touchscreen.
Made by Noida based company - Pantel, the tablets will be sold with discounted data plans from BSNL. The three tablets are priced at Rs 3,250, Rs 10,999 and Rs 13,500.
The cheapest model is Panta Tpad IS 701r which is priced at Rs 3,250. Notably, Aakash is priced at just Rs 2500. However, Tpad has better specification than the Datawind's low cost tablet.

BSNL launches Aakash tablet's rival
Panta Tpad is a WiFi only tablet with Android 2.3 operating system, it has a 1 GHz processor (ARM11 IMAP210) clubbed with 256 MB RAM. The tablet also offers HDMI port through which it can be connected to a TV. Its 7 inch resistive touch screen comes with 800x600 resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio.
The tablet has a 3000 mAh battery and 2 GB internal memory which can be expanded through micro SD card. The tablet also has a VGA front facing camera for video calling. While Panta Tpad IS 701r has the BSNL branding, the other two tablets images do not have.
The second tablet is named 'Panta Tpad_ws704c'. It has the same specification as its cheapest cousin (701r) but offers added 3G connectivity which supports both CDMA/EVDO and GSM, inbuilt A-GPS, Accelerometer and Bluetooth. It also comes with a 2 megapixel rear camera and also has bigger 512 MB RAM for faster performance.
The costliest amongst the three is the Tpad WS802C which has an 8 inch capacitive screen. It comes with a faster 1.2 GHz processor and 512 MB RAM. The internal memory is also bigger at 4 GB. Rest of the features like GPS, camera and Bluetooth are same as the 704C.

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VLC build for Android devices

Mumbai: Media players are that software category that get a lot of attention from users. Now VLC is one of the most popular media players on the desktop and there are those who stand by it, no matter how many alternatives come up.
VLC Player has made a landing on the mobile platform, but that was on iOS and the player was removed from the app store following some licensing issues that arose between the developers of the program.
VLC 2.0 was launched recently for the desktop and there has been talk about a mobile version coming again for both iOS and Android devices.
Unofficial VLC build for Android devices ready for download
The source for the program is available online, so some of the coders over at XDA Developers have gone ahead and compiled the app and made it available for download.
Now, the app may not be fully ready for use but you can visit the forum and download the APKs for your device, if you want to take an early look at it.
The app is based on the VLC 2.0 source and it uses native VLC libraries to decode the various media formats. Like VLC on the desktop, it's safe to assume that the mobile app will also run all formats, flawlessly, except for DTS, MPEG2 and Theora, which haven't been implemented, yet.
Hardware acceleration is part of the feature set as well, so phones that support hardware acceleration for media can take advantage of this. However, if your phone doesn't support it, it's recommended that you turn off hardware acceleration.

Free Internet Connection in Bangalore Railway Station

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BANGALORE: Now, passengers at the Bangalore City Railway Station can enjoy free high-speed internet over Bluetooth or WiFi on their smartphones or laptops. 

RailWire Express Network, an initiative of RailTel Corporation of India, launched the Blufi service exclusively for the city’s premier railway station on Friday. “With this service, we want to reach out to the public by providing reliable internet services,” said Manohar Raja, general manager of RailTel. 

Explaining how the service works, Raja said that each platform at the station had a router installed. “The technology here is Blufi. Users with Bluetooth-enabled devices can access the service,” he said. 

Users can be assured about the reliability of the network. “To check on malicious acts, our server will have a record of every mobile number and its activity. Our server has all the necessary filters and blockers,” Raja said. 

Free BPO Training

NS Infotech Offers Free BPO Training
NS Infotech Limited, Hubli has partnered with the Department of Industries and Commerce at Aryabhatta Tech Park, Navanagar, Hubli to provide free BPO training for 21 days. The training will be offered under the Suvarna Kayaka Koushalya bhivruddhi Yojane scheme. NSI, an end-to-end business solutions provider, focusses on resolving business pains for corporations worldwide. [Via Business Line]

NS Infotech Limited, Hubli, will provide free BPO training for 21 days under the scheme ‘Suvarna Kayaka Koushalya bhivruddhi Yojane' in association with the Department of Industries and Commerce at Aryabhatta Tech Park, Navanagar, Hubli. For details, call 9620609335 or email:ashwini.angadi@nsinfotech.com.
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Friday, March 2, 2012

Top tech companies

Title: Top 10 Tech Companies
Apple is gearing up for another huge year. It is on the verge of announcing the third generation of its stalwart iPad, no doubt with additional plans to conquer consumer's wallets. Last year was a banner year, of course, because of the passing of the company's iconic founder, Steve Jobs.

Under CEO Steve Cook, the company's annual revenues climbed to $108 billion, led by an 81% increase in iPhone sales -- a jump that doesn't factor in the runaway success of the iPhone 4S -- and a 334% spike in iPad sales, due in no small part to the revamped iPad 2. Increased sales across the board explain why shares soared 75% during the company's fiscal year to $495. 


In 1911, Big Blue began with the merger of three disparate-seeming businesses to become the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company. Fast forward a century later, the company celebrated its 100th anniversary with record annual profit of $15.9 billion, a 7% year-over-year increase. 

Much of that came from healthy revenue growth in BRIC countries -- Brazil, Russia, India, and China -- business analytics, cloud services, and Smarter Planet, IBM's savvy ongoing campaign to solve real-world problems, from traffic congestion to water management. 

For Google, 2011 proved a period of major change. Eric Schmidt passed the reins onto co-founder Larry Page in April, who not long after essentially streamlined the company into six major product areas, including search, social, mobile, and ads. 

Google made several acquisitions, including spending $12.5 billion for Motorola Mobility and $125 million for Zagat. Consumer-facing services like Gmail, YouTube, and Google Reader saw significant updates, and the company finally unveiled its social network, Google. 

Android also continued to dominate. According to Andy Rubin, SVP of mobile, 700,000 Android devices are now activated on any given day. 

Unlike many other large tech companies, Amazon is comfortable sacrificing large profits in the short-term for long-term gains. That's why, despite the fact that 2011 revenues climbed to $48 billion, net income dropped 55% to $631 million. 

The company leveled much of its capital at expansion efforts, including plans to open 17 new fulfillment centers. Later in the year, Amazon unleashed the Kindle Fire, a tablet which by one estimate may have sold sold as many as 6 million units last holiday season. 

As EMC sees it, the number of data sources and amount of actual available data are both expected to grow exponentially: 50 times what they are now over the next decade. 

The data storage company seems poised to benefit thanks to a variety of hardware and software storage systems and cloud-based solutions that help clients manage massive amounts of data, a.k.a. big data. Revenues for its latest quarter were up 62% to nearly $3.1 billion.

Best known for products like TurboTax or QuickBooks, the Mountain View, Calif.-based company provides business and financial management services to small and medium-sized organizations and individuals, with 33% of revenues coming from consumer tax products. 

For Intuit, 2011 proved a good year. Profits rose to $634 million on $3.9 billion in revenues, up 11% year over year, with the Small Business Group and Consumer Tax segments being the largest drivers. 

For the multimedia software maker, 2011 marked a significant change in strategy. Adobe made a concerted push away from its own Flash products towards the rapidly growing HTML5 web standard by launching a compatible Web animations tool called Edge. 

Net income was nearly $833 million on revenues of $4.2 billion, beating the company's own target of 10% growth set at the beginning of year.

The world's largest maker of security software rebounded from a sales dip in 2010, reporting annual revenues last year of nearly $62 billion. Much of the upward tick had to do with Symantec's strategy, which involved tailoring its security software to take advantage of three key trends: mobile devices, cloud computing, and virtualization. 

Founded in 1995 as an online auction site for users to sell and buy goods, eBay is now one of the largest global commerce and payments presences. In 2011, it continued to impress earning $3.2 billion in profits on sales of nearly $12 billion, Much of that was driven by PayPal, which the company acquired in 2002. The popular payments service added roughly one million new users each month last year, driving total PayPal payments up 29% overall.

Title: Top 10 IT Companies

Way to Increase Blog Traffic

One of the most common complaints that I hear from bloggers is the fact that no matter how hard they try, they can’t grow their blogs past 100 or so daily page vies. Those early days are indeed the hardest, because you need to put hard work in without the certainty of achieving results.
If you are in that same situation, here is a simple strategy that will certainly increase your blog traffic and make you break the 1,000 daily page views mark. In fact, the strategy could be used even if your are already over that number but have reached a traffic plateau lately.
Just make sure to execute the 4 steps as planned and to spend the two hours and a half every day (obviously if you have more time available you can expand the time spent on each of the four steps proportionally).

First Step: Killer Articles (1 hour per day)

Spend one hour brainstorming, researching and writing killer articles (also called linkbaits, pillar articles and so on).
Notice that your goal is to release one killer article every week. If that is not possible aim for one every 15 days. So the one hour that you will spend every day will be dedicated to the same piece. In other words, expect killers articles to take from 5 up to 10 hours of work.
If you are not familiar with the term, a killer article is nothing more than a long and structured article that has the goal of delivering a huge amount of value to potential visitors. If you have a web design blog, for example, you could write an article with “100 Free Resources for Designers”. Here are some ideas for killer articles:
  • create a giant list of resources,
  • write a detailed tutorial teaching people how to do something,
  • find a solution for a common problem in your niche and write about it, or
  • write a deep analysis on a topic where people have only talked superficially
When visitors come across your killer article, you want them to have the following reaction: “Holy crap! This is awesome. I better bookmark it. Heck, I better even mention this on my site and on my Twitter account, to let my readers and friends know about it.”

Second Step: Networking (30 minutes per day)

Networking is essential, especially when you are just getting started. The 30 minutes that you will dedicate to it every day could be split among:
  • commenting on other blogs in your niche,
  • linking to the posts of bloggers in your niche, and
  • interacting with the bloggers in your niche via email, IM or Twitter.
Remember that your goal is to build genuine relationships, so don’t approach people just because you think they can help to promote your blog. Approach them because you respect their work and because you think the two of you could grow together.

Third Step: Promotion (30 minutes per day)

The first activity here is the promotion of your killer articles. Whenever you publish one of them, you should push it in any way you can. Examples include:
  • letting the people in your network know about it (don’t beg for a link though),
  • letting bloggers and webmasters in relevant niches know about it,
  • getting some friends to submit the article to social bookmarking sites,
  • getting some friends to Twitter the article, and
  • posting about the article in online forums and/or newsgroups.
If there is time left, spend it with search engine optimization, social media marketing and activities to promote your blog as whole. Those can range from keyword research to promoting your blog on Facebook and guest blogging.

Fourth Step: Normal Posts (30 minutes per day)

Just like a man does not live by bread alone, a blog does not live by killer articles alone. Normal posts are the ones that you will publish routinely in your blog, between the killer articles. For example, you could publish a killer article every Monday and normal posts from Tuesday through Friday. Here are some ideas for normal posts:
  • a post linking to an article on another blog and containing your opinion about it
  • a post informing your readers about a news in your niche
  • a post asking a question to your readers and aiming to initiate a discussion
  • a post highlighting a new resource or trick that you discovered and that would be useful to your readers
While killers articles are essential to promote your blog and bring new readers aboard, normal posts are the ones that will create diversity in your content and keep your readers engaged.