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[26 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
10 years of the Apple  iPod: See How the Gadget Set the Tone

There are many reasons for calling the late Steve Jobs a visionary. Hear what he had said while revealing the whole new concept of iPod, a decade ago: “With iPod, Apple has invented a whole new category of digital  music player that lets you put your entire music collection in your pocket and listen to it wherever you go” . He also said that “With iPod, listening to music will never be the same again.” And now we are here, 10 years away from 2001 launch of iPod, and having …

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[20 Oct 2011 | One Comment | ]
Aakash: Tablet Era Dawns in Indian Sky

Vignesh Nagathan
India seems very keen on bridging the technological divide between urban and rural areas that tends to get wider and wider. As a bid in that direction, it has devised the cheapest tablet device, Aakash.
Aakash, touted as a Rs 2999 (60$) device in Indian market, is the combined effort of  the of Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) and DataWind, a British firm in alliance with IIT.

Aakash started its project as Sakshat with a $35 subsidized price tag for students.India’s super-cheap tablet was received with open arms by …

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[17 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
A Wonder Called Steve: Innovations that Made the Man a Legend

We know the technology world is still mourning in the demise of mastermind in Personal computing Steve Jobs. Here is retrospection of his technological journey we would like to walk through, shortly explaining how and why Steve Job has changed the world we see and how we see the world.
1. Apple I (1976)

One of the first merchandises from Apple was an entry level computer, made for computer freaks and engineers. However, they where only made in small numbers. Another of the Apple co-founders Steve Wozniak designed this novel device. Steve …

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[3 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]
Tech Future Calling: Do You Have it in You to Be Part of the Next-Gen Tech Brigade?

The tech terrain has no plans to slow down with loads of challenges troubling them every now and then. From a study in the US including the top 353 IT executives who were surveyed in Computerworld’s annual Forecast, it has been estimated that around 29 percent of the companies plan to enlarge their IT staffing during next summer. This is reasonably high considering the 23% reported in the 2010 survey and 20% in 2009. With the IT industry booming again, we sum up the top skills for which IT firms …

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[22 Sep 2011 | One Comment | ]
Green Energy Resources: Tap Them to Full Potential

Leo Xavier
In the present day, coal, oil, gas and nuclear energy are the main sources of power in the world. But it is time we took all the renewable “green” energy resources that we see around a bit more seriously. These renewable sources not only have the potential to bring power to some of the poorest regions in the world and boost energy security for nations dependent on imports, but also reduce CO2 emissions that are creating more and more problems around the world by fuelling global warming. Let’s look …

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[30 Aug 2011 | One Comment | ]
Finest Crime Movie Remakes that Kept Us at the Seat-Edge

Vighnesh Nagathan
It’s always a thrill to watch a film tagged `crime genre’. The excitement is likely to double if the film is the remake of a celebrated cult film in the past. But seldom can the nouveau film directors cause the thrill and upshot the original films had created. But for a few exceptions, the majority of crime movie remakes have done a good job; some movies are even better than the originals. Rarely, films have just adopted the basic elements that made the old ones great and spun a new …