strikes roots in India
technology mutates faster than a microbe. Barely has the euphoria of
SMS died down that a new concept looms large on the tech-horizon. That
of MMS. Short for multimedia
message service, MMS has been in news of late. World Cup ads hovered
around convincing cricket-crazy family’s head into marrying off his
daughter to a ‘networked’ lover.
ace against CDMA?
operators are trying to promote MMS and other value-added services to
match-up the non-voice value-added services offered by the CDMA
players, primarily Reliance. Can these value-added services really
help the GSM players in retaining their subscribers from churning out?
that cares for poor
in the Malwa belt of Punjab the Malout Institute of Management and
Information Technology (MIMIT) is rendering yeomen service in social
sector by giving vocational training to poor students free of cost.
Situated on the Bathinda –Abohar
highway, the institute has been established and promoted by the
Government of Punjab for technical education and management training.
poised to pip landline by 2006
has revolutionised the world and the way we live. We can now connect
with persons, exchange information, store data from anywhere, anytime.
The convenience telecommunication brings in is unprecedented. There
has been a sea change in the way we communicate. Telephones, mobile
phones, pagers, Internet, fax EPABX and many other related options are
outsourcing may be the next big thing
carving out a niche for itself in the global technology outsourcing
market, India is fast going up the animation-outsourcing ladder by
capitalising on its vast pool of low-cost skilled professionals.
India is a recent entrant in the global
animation scene but demand for its production services is growing at a
My daughter is CSCS— computer savvy cooking star.
teams up with HP for Athens
12th annual Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) this week
brought long-sought revelations like "Athens" prototype PC
co-developed with Hewlett-Packard.
I wear diamond cellphone tonight?
the young and fashionable in Taiwan if they’ve heard of DBTEL Inc.
and the answer will likely be no. But mention diamond-studded
cellphones and eyes gleam and heads bob in recognition.
dodges Chinese censorship
there is one thing the Chinese enjoy the most in the midst of the
media censorship, it is the Internet. The Internet is revolutionising
the way Chinese communicate and interact. In some respects, the
Internet users have crossed those boundaries of censorship.
chatting with friends has become a real breeze thanks to MSN, e-mail
and what not. But guess what? It’s just got even easier, with a new
free software solution called "ayttm" worked out by a young
Indian technologist in collaboration with his partners in France and
Pak ban, Net voyeurism continues
pornography has assumed alarming proportions across Pakistan, with the
authorities struggling to control the scourge despite blocking access
to over 1,800 Websites during the last three months. This
is because some Internet service providers (ISPs) are able to bypass
official channels to gain access to international bandwidth - as the
country’s telecom regular is not doing its job, The News reported.
intelligence still evolving
Intelligence or AI is that branch of computer science that deals with
making computers behave like human beings, partially, if not fully.
Johan McCarthy coined the term AI in
1965. More precisely it means using special software that enables the
computers to find solutions to some complex problems in more human
like fashion. Such software uses algorithms that work much like human