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  1. Zylog Systems plans to make Chennai WiFI-enabled, allowing laptop users in the city access to the Internet from anywhere, including a moving vehicle. The company plans to dot Chennai with WiFi nodes — electronic devices often kept on the top of buildings — which will tap data from optic fibre cables and transmit them to laptops and computers that will be equipped with a receptive device. “By doing away with cables in the last mile of connectivity, we not only ensure high speed and seamless connectivity but also the ability to tap into devices such as laptops, hand-held devices and gaming consoles,” said S. Ram managing director of Zylog Systems. The company launched the Wi5 plan in the city on Sunday. Zylog plans to launch the service within the next two years in Calcutta and elsewhere. At present, five areas are covered by Wi5 in Chennai. The entire city will be covered within 15 months. “Our packages will be priced very competitively at Rs 550 per month for an unlimited plan at a download speed of 1 MbPS (megabytes per second), Rs 1,000 at 2 MbPS and Rs 1,750 at 4 MbPS,” said Jankiraman, Zylog’s chief operating officer.
  2. 5th Anniversary For Rimweb! (23-12-2008)

    Happy B'day Rimweb .. 5 glorious yrs of success
  3. Ultra Low Cost Eee Pc

    Redesigned netbook now sports aluminum LCD cover. Asus had recently shown to a select few publications what the Eee PC 1000H would look like. Well, now they have officially taken off the wraps from 1002HA, which is a replacement of 1000H with more aesthetic appeal. The Eee PC 1002HA now sports a stylishly-designed chassis with brushed aluminum LCD cover and palm rest. The reason for going aluminum was to make the netbook as light as possible without giving away durability. The netbook now weighs 1.2 kg and is just 1-inch thick with the battery attached. The specifications include a 10-inch LED backlit display, 1GB memory, which can be maxed up to 2GB, Intel Atom 1.6GHz processor, 160GB HDD, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 1.3 megapixel webcam, 4-in-1 card reader and Linux or Windows XP as the OS options. Other noteworthy features are the included 10GB Eee Online Storage, keyboard that is 92% of the size of the conventional ones and is equipped with technology like Super Hybrid Engine (SHE) for better battery efficiency. The Super Hybrid Engine, coupled with 4200mAh battery, gives a total run time of around 5 hours in a single charge. Price & launch date will soon be announced..
  4. Broadband Through Mobile

    hopefully BSNL will be offering 3G mobile broadband in Calcutta by Jan 2009.. waiting eagerly for it.
  5. Discuss Here : All About Beijing Olympics !

    Finally India wins GOLD after 28 yrs Congratulations to Abhinav Bindra!!
  6. Lenovo has entered the netbook market with the IdeaPad S9 and S10 netbooks The netbooks are approximately one inch thin and weigh just over two pounds. The S9 has an 8.9-inch screen while the S10 has a 10.2-inch screen. Both models come in glossy deep blue, ruby red and classic black. Lenovo has designed the keyboard to be 85 percent the size of a full-function notebook PC's keyboard, and an energy-efficient LED backlit display helps provide longer battery life than traditional displays. The netbooks feature Wi-fi and optional Bluetooth connectivity and also have an Express Card slot so users can enable the netbook for optional high speed mobile broadband connectivity. The netbooks feature a built-in web camera, two USB ports, a 4-in-1 multicard reader and come equipped with either Microsoft Windows XP or Linux. The IdeaPad netbooks offer up to 1 GB of memory and either 80 GB or 160 GB hard disk drive space. Lenovo has engineered the netbooks to reduce the heat emitted on key contact areas such as the bottom of the PC, the palm rest and the keyboard. Additionally, Lenovo's OneKey Rescue System on Microsoft Windows-based netbooks helps users recover data at the touch of a button should a system error or virus occur. The IdeaPad netbooks will be available in September in India at all Lenovo authorized storefronts, for approximately Rs. 15, 000 for the S9 and Rs. 17,000 for the S10.
  7. HTC Diamond is the only one which is a big threat to Iphone & probably the only one which can take the limelight away from Iphone.
  8. yeah the recipient has to reply just like it is in yahoo
  9. Sagem has just launched a new entry level handset in India – the Bleu 453x. It’s quite loaded with essentials that most users would expect from their cell phones. This GSM/GPRS-enabled handset has a slim candy bar design and comes equipped with a 1.5-inch display with a 128 x 128 pixel resolution and 65k colors. The 453x also has a host of other features that include Bluetooth with an A2DP profile for stereo Bluetooth headsets and a VGA camera with video recording. It also has an FM radio and an MP3 player. The integrated video player supports 3GP, AVI and Mp4 file formats. The phone also features a rather sophisticated Mobile Tracker application that allows users to block the handset by simply sending an SMS from another SIM and a whole lot more including formatting the phone book remotely. The 453x supports the use of microSD cards for external memory. The Sagem Bleu 453x is priced at Rs. 3,350 and will be available in 2 colors. I think this is complete value for money handset
  10. Bharti Airtel, India's largest mobile service operator, has reduced local, long-distance and roaming call charges effective from Wednesday. The telecom operator, which announced an investment of $3.5 billion for strengthening its infrastructure, slashed STD rates to Re.1.50 per minute from the earlier Rs.2.65 a minute for both home area and roaming. In its roaming tariffs the company also reduced incoming call charges to Re.1 a minute from the current Re.1.75 and outgoing local calls to Re.1 a minute, the company announced here Monday. “This initiative has been taken to encourage people to make more calls while roaming. This would also immensely benefit our rural customers,” said Manoj Kohli, president and CEO, Bharti Airtel. Bharti Airtel, in which Southeast Asia's leading telecom firm SingTel owns 30 percent stake, announced a robust 37 percent increase in its fourth quarter profit ending March 2008. The company recorded 62 million customers by the end of last month. Indian mobile phone firms added an unprecedented 10.2 million subscribers in March taking the total to 261 million.
  11. Its GSM .. wah ashoksoft sounds cool just think & the call gets dialed
  12. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has approved the pan-India implementation of Mobile Number Portability (MNP), and requested the Department of Telecom (DoT) to select an operator who will be licensed for providing and operating end-to-end MNP solutions in the country. Further, TRAI has recommended that the 'Mobile Number Portability Clearing House Administrator' (MCHA) should select a neutral third party operator through a competitive bidding process. If all goes well, MNP will be implemented country wide by June 2009 in phases, with the first phase covering metros, as per TRAI recommendations. With this, India will soon join the elite club comprising USA, UK, Australia, Korea, Japan, Canada, most of Europe, and Pakistan, who already offer number portability. And when effective, those planning on using MNP, here's something you ought to know. In case of pre-paid mobile subscribers porting the mobile number having balance amount, no credit transfer will be allowed to the new account. Subscribers will have to either consume the balance amount or forgo it. Also, there will be a 'break before make' arrangement for completion of porting process i.e. connection from donor network to be disconnected first, and then connection with recipient network to be made. However, TRAI has asked to keep the break period not more than two hours. According to some surveys, as many as half of the country's mobile phone users are unhappy with their service providers, and hence willing to switch operators if allowed to retain their existing numbers.
  13. Nokia Launches New Handset With NFC Nokia has introduced the Nokia 6212 classic featuring integrated Near Field Communication (NFC). The 3G handset has been designed to simplify sharing content, access services and information as well as conduct payments and ticketing. "NFC-capable handsets such as the Nokia 6212 classic are set to change the way mobile phone users interact with devices and services in their surroundings," says Jeremy Belostock, the Head of Near Field Communications, Nokia. "With the Nokia 6212 classic, people can swap items like business cards or calendar notes by simply tapping their handsets together." Near Field Communication is designed for intuitive, simple and safe interaction between electronic devices. By tapping an NFC-enabled tag, consumers can receive new content such as weblinks, audio files or contact data directly to their handset. They can activate a profile in their mobile or open applications such as the FM radio or web browser. Photos and videos can also be shared by tapping another NFC-capable phone and pairing with a Bluetooth NFC-enabled device. The Nokia 6212 classic allows consumers to personalize and edit their own NFC tags, be it for writing calendar entries or setting the alarm clock. The sales pack of the Nokia 6212 classic comes with three sticker tags, one of which opens the NFC introduction in the phone. The Nokia 6212 classic can also be used as a travel ticket or for mobile payments. Travel tickets can be charged over the air, so there is no need to wait at the service counter. Users can store their credit card information on the device and access their account online directly from the handset. Using the Nokia 6212 classic for payment and ticketing purposes requires a service subscription and the installation of an appropriate secure application. Security for transactions is assured as the handset can be set to allow payment only when the user expressly authorizes the transaction via an additional passcode. The 6212 classic also comes equipped with a 2 megapixel camera, a 2-inch QVGA display, stereo FM radio, music player and extra memory via microSD cards. The Nokia 6212 classic is expected to start shipping in the third quarter of 2008 in select markets in Europe and Asia with an estimated retail price of Rs. 12,525 (EURO 200) before taxes and subsidies.
  14. Bsnl Launched Ev-do

    these are pretty impressive speeds for 1X service .. @ 250/pm this is more than value for money
  15. Mobiles can be more cancerous than smoking A new study by an Indian-origin neurosurgeon has shown that cell phone use could kill more people than smoking, because of its possible association with brain cancer. Dr Vini Khurana, a staff specialist neurosurgeon at the Canberra Hospital and an associate professor of neurosurgery at the Australian National University, said heavy usage of mobile phones might turn out to be a greater threat to human health than smoking and even asbestos. To support his finding, Khurana conducted a 15-month 'critical review' of the link between mobile phones and malignant brain tumours, and said that using mobiles for more than 10 years could result in more than double the risk of brain cancer. In order to curb this danger, he has urged for 'immediate and decisive steps' by industry and governments to reduce people's exposure to invisible electromagnetic radiation emitted by handsets. He has also asked to begin a 'solid scientific study' observing heavy mobile phone users for a period of at least 10-15 years. 'It is anticipated that this danger has far broader public health ramifications than asbestos and smoking, and directly concerns all of us, particularly the younger generation, including very young children,' the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Khurana, as saying. However, he added that it is not that smoking was better for people than using mobile phones, but mobile-phone related health issues were a lot more dangerous and affected a far greater number of people. He pointed out that currently there were 3 billion mobile phone users worldwide, and the number is growing with each passing day. In fact, people started using them as young as three. He underlined that mobile phone radiation could result in heating up the side of the head or potentially thermoelectrically interact with the brain, while Bluetooth devices and 'unshielded' headsets could 'convert the user's head into an effective, potentially self-harming antenna'. Khurana indicated that there had been increased reports of brain tumours linked with heavy and prolonged mobile phone use, particularly on the same side as the person's 'preferred ear' for making calls. However, Chris Althaus, chief executive of the industry body, the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association, rejected Khurana's conclusions, saying handsets were designed, built and tested to comply with strict science-based guidelines. He also pointed out to a 2000 World Health Organisation fact sheet, which said no recent reviews had concluded that exposure to the radiofrequency fields from mobile phones and their base stations caused any adverse health consequences. But this was denied by WHO, saying that there were 'gaps in knowledge' that required further research to better assess health risks, which would take several years to complete. Even Khurana said that the WHO fact sheet was irrelevant in this instance because 'most of the worrisome data has been surfacing in the last 12-24 months'. Another fact sheet on the NSW Cancer Council's website said stressed for further research as not much was known on the long-term effects of electromagnetic field exposure. Khurana said there is a time-gap of 10-20 years between the starting of regular mobile phone usage to the diagnosis of a malignant solid brain tumour. And the link between mobile phones and brain tumours had not yet been 'definitively proven' because widespread mobile phone usage started in the mid-1980s and solid tumours might take several years to form. 'In the years 2008-2012, we will have reached the appropriate length of follow-up time to begin to definitively observe the impact of this global technology on brain tumour incidence rates,' said Khurana. However, he stressed that there was already enough evidence to warrant industry and governments taking immediate action to reduce mobile phone users' exposure to electromagnetic radiation and inform them of potential dangers. 'Worldwide availability and use of appropriately shielded cell phones and hands-free devices including headsets, increased use of landlines and pagers instead of current mobile and cell phones, and restricted use of cellular and cordless phones among children and adults alike are likely to limit the effects of this physically invisible danger,' said Khurana.