that computers of today have become more powerful than computers of
yesteryear, the devices have become progressively smaller and lighter,
what next? If one of the companies that made all this possible to a
large extent has its way, you would set up your computer anywhere and
it would find or "sniff" a network and put you on it.
on IT highway with 64 bit processor
thrills. That seems to be the deciding factor for most chipmakers.
After having conquered the market with 32-bit chips, there is a new
number in the hunting for the chipmakers. It is 64 bit .The two giants
that are fighting here are Intel and AMD. Though AMD has beaten Intel
to be the first one to come out with the 64 bit for desktops yet Intel
is also in the run. So what is 64 bit all about?
per cent of e-mail is spam
over his computer keyboard in a London suburb, Steve Linford is
fighting a desperate war. The numbers ranged against him are growing
and he fears he may be losing. Linford is one of the world’s
foremost fighters of spam — random e-mails that plague all our
inboxes. For persons like him such ‘junk’ mail is not just a
nuisance, it is a menace that could bring the e-mail system to a halt.
He thinks we may have only six months left. ‘The e-mail system is on
the edge of meltdown,’ he said.
sheen may never return
Valley’s one-time boomtown capital has a small army of unemployed
engineers, caverns of empty office space and a message for potential
employers with a bit of wanderlust: Do you know the way to San Jose?
industry ‘on brink of collapse’
industry is on the brink of financial sickness with the accumulated
losses over Rs 7,100 crore mainly due to government’s policy of
allowing basic operators to offer WLL (mobile) services, says Cellular
Operators Association of India.
It was a call from my wife. She wants me to MMS her to prove that I am working overtime in the office
mouse for livestock’s sake
Kanwal Singh Bindusar
Central Government is poised to unveil its National Livestock Policy
to make animal husbandry more lucrative. Even though the government
has not given due impetus to this sector yet its contribution to GDP
has been showing 6.8 per cent growth rate as against 2 per cent in
love fraud that ended in extortion
former executive of a leading cement company has been arrested for his
involvement in a cybersex fraud case, blackmailing an Abu-Dhabi-based
construction adviser and cheating him to the tune of Rs 96 lakhs by
using fake e-mail addresses.
made Net successful, says expert
and pornography have played a significant role in the development of
information and communication technology, according to an expert.
"Both war and porn are manifestation of baser instincts in man
and therefore demand a certain degree of perseverance from their
patron," Prof Rajesh Kochhar, director of the National Institute
of Science Technology and Development Studies, said while delivering a
lecture on Information and Communication Technology — Role of War