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WWW in your pocket
by Roopinder Singh

THE promise is simple. You can access the World Wide Web any time, anywhere. The new gadget that will help you do is none other than the ubiquitous mobile phone.

At first they brought the world to your desktop, now technology allows you to maintain contact with the World Wide Web even when you are on the move, all the time.

Digital imaging by Gaurav Sood

Generation-next mobile phones
Reed Stevenson
APANESE mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo Inc launched a trial third-generation service last week, securing its place as frontrunner in the race to provide services such as video-conferencing and fast Net access on mobile phones.


Windows should have been Gates instead
by Vipul Verma
T's time Bill Gates, changes the name of the popular operating system from Windows to Gates. When it was being launched, it was indeed a window to the world of computers. However, in the present day world it has become a floodgate of information, opportunity and features. The latter justifies the power of the operating system more than anything else.

Include IT in MBA curriculum
by Sumesh Raizada
ESIDES the electronic and computer industry, field of education, too, has also undergone a sea change during the past few years. Till mid 80s, the best career options that the parents had in mind about their children were medicine, engineering, chartered accountancy or law. These degrees were considered safe in terms of a secure job and immediate earnings.

Computer–learning on Web
by Peeyush Agnihotri
TUDENTS who visit computer-training centre can be broadly divided into three categories. The first category is of keen learners that comprise 25 per cent of the crowd and want to acquire jobs on its basis. The second 45 per cent bulk category of the learners are the ones who want to learn computers to enhance their professional skills and remain abreast with the latest. The remaining 30 per cent are the non-serious kinds.

Pak taking IT seriously
by Tahir Ikram
AKISTAN said it would offer it’s neglected but nascent information technology sector a major boost, aiming to increase software exports to over $1 billion annually within the next five years.


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