Saturday, April 30, 2011

Samsung Announces Nexus S handset in India

Samsung Electronics, a leading mobile phone provider, made public declaration on Wednesday the launch of Nexus S smartphone in the Indian market. Developed in joint venture with Google, Nexus S is powered by Gingerbread - Android 2.3 platform.

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Addressing to media -  Ranjit Yadav, Country Head, Samsung Mobile and IT, said that this was the foremost handset from Samsung with a four-inch super clear curved LCD screen and near field communication (NFC) technology which permitted users to read details from close by tags that were embedded with NFC chips.

The features incorporated Wi-Fi hotspot, true multitasking and access to over 1.50 lakh applications and widgets on Android market.

The phone comes with a 16 GB internal memory and a prevailing battery which offers a talk time of up to 6.7 hours on 3G - 14 hours on 2G and a standby time upto 17.8 days on 3G - 29.7 days on 2G.

Friday, April 29, 2011

India’s Most Recent Satellite Begins Beaming Pictures

World knows that India’s most recent advanced remote sensing satellite - Resourcesat-2 has been launched last week and there is a message from ISRO that it has beamed first set of pictures on Thursday.
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said that all the three cameras of Resourcesat-2 are ON and very goos and high quality images were established by the National Remote Sensing Centre’s Earth Station, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C16) launched three satellites – the 1,206 kg Resourcesat-2, the 92 kg Youthsat for stellar and atmospheric studies and a 106 kg mini satellite X-SAT for imaging applications on April 20, 2011.

Remote sensing satellites will get back to ground station with pictures and other important data for use. India has the most of remote sensing satellites in the world offering best imagery in a different of spatial resolutions, from over a metre ranging up to 500 metres, and is a major player in dealing such data in the global market.

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The data is used in different applications covering agriculture, water resources, urban development, mineral prospecting, environment, forestry, drought and flood forecasting, ocean resources and disaster management.

As per statement from ISRO, Resourcesat-2 has multispectral cameras – Advanced Wide-Field Sensor (AWiFS) with 56 meter spatial resolution; the Linear Imaging Self-Scanning Sensor (LISS-III) with 23.5 meter spatial resolution and LISS-IV Camera with 5.8 meter spatial resolution.

As scheduled by ISRO, the cameras were put ON during the satellite’s 115th orbit. The satellite covers a 3,000 km stretch of Indian landmass from Uttarakhand to Kerala. The data from Resourcesat-2 will be made accessible for operation to the users in few weeks time after owed calibration and corroboration.

ISRO had prior said that the accurate booster of Resourcesat-2 has saved around 20 kg of onboard fuel boosting its life span. The satellite at the time of launch was said to have a life span of five years.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Innovative and Latest Twitter version Available for Android

The official Twitter application acquires updated to 2.0.2, which transfers a swarm of most recent developments and tweaks. The official Twitter application for Android, which has a flaxen quantity of bugs, has been patched with a latest update. Twitter version 2.0.2 adds a bundle of latest functionality.

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The application at the moment includes much required search improvements incorporating tabbed search exhibit and search history controls. At the present it utilizes a further secure SSL connection for data transmit between the device and the network. Furthermore, an all enhanced data management system permits the smartphone to save decisive storage space. All this and some design alternations will make the application friendlier to the eye while operating the accessible space in a much enhanced way. At the moment users will also be able to open links embedded in the tweets unswervingly from where they are without having to copy and paste it in the browser for opening.

The Twitter version can be easily downloaded from the Android Marketplace.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Google Reveals 'Time Machine' to Explore Space and Time

Google has developed a 'Time Machine' with which one can concurrently explore space and time at tremendously elevated resolutions. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute have powers the most recent browser technology to generate GigaPan Time Machine, a system that allows spectators to discover gigapixel-scale, high-resolution videos and image series by berating or zooming in and out of the images whereas at once poignant back and forth through time.

Users can use the structure to spotlight in on the information of a booth surrounded by a panorama of a carnival halfway, but also quash time to see how the booth was erected. Or they can gaze at a group of plants sprout, cultivate and flower, shifting viewpoint to observe some plants budge outrageously as they produce while others get eaten by caterpillars. Or, they can scrutiny a computer simulation of the early universe, viewing the gravity functions across 600 million light-years to compact topic in to filaments and lastly in to stars that can be seen by zooming in for a close up.

"With GigaPan Time Machine, you can at the same time explore space and time at tremendously high resolutions," said Illah Nourbakhsh, associate professor of robotics and head of the CREATE Lab.

"Science has always been about tightening your point of view by choosing a meticulous experiment or observation that you think might offer imminent. But this system guarantees what we call comprehensive science, incarcerating enormous amounts of data that can then be explored in astonishing ways," added Nourbakhsh.

An enabling technology for time-lapse GigaPans is a feature of the HTML5 language that has been incorporated into such browsers as Google's Chrome and Apple's Safari. HTML5, the latest revision of the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) standard that is at the core of the Internet, makes browsers capable of presenting video content without use of plug-ins such as Adobe Flash or Quicktime.

When the Time Machine GigaPan has been developed, users will able to interpret and save their explorations of it in the form of video ‘Time Warps.’

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

RIM Makes Public the BlackBerry Style 9670 in India

Research in Motion (RIM) has announced the latest and trendy BlackBerry Style 9670 in India. This CDMA based smartphone functioning on the latest BlackBerry OS 6.0. It has 360 x 400 resolution internal display and 240 x 320 resolution external display. The 9670 has a 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash and also able to record videos in VGA resolution. It has the standard BlackBerry full QWERTY keypad and the optical trackpad, along with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS.



The phone has 512MB internal memory and comes with an 8GB microSD card. The 9670 is priced at Rs. 24,999 in India and is available on Reliance and Tata networks.

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Saturday, April 23, 2011

Yahoo Stopped the Service of Buzz on April 21,2011


Yahoo’s arrangement to secure more than a few major services, the company has declared that it has shut down Yahoo Buzz, its social news Digg competitor, on April 21, 2011.

Nevertheless conceivably more interesting than Buzz’s impending demise is the fact that Yahoo declared this news of the service’s closing a number of weeks ago on April 4, but nobody cared about the same. It was other than a hardly any spotted press releases from Yahoo on the net, there doesn’t seem to be much prior reveal of Buzz’s transitory.

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There’s also a well-known declaration at the top of the most important Buzz page, also presume that has been there for weeks and has also gone unseen.

Nobody really cared about the failure of Buzz services from the giant Yahoo. Buzz was present on main yahoo page so it was getting well hit, but that to because of yahoo homepage and from that 2 to 4 people, who are news lover must have gone to Buzz.

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Yahoo introduced Buzz to users on the month of February 2009, but couldn’t fulfill the expectation of Yahoo. Yahoo did stop many services and also searching for buyers. The list incorporates Delicious, which Yahoo articulates of scheduling to sell off, and the social photo web site Flickr, which one way or another entirely missed out on the mobile photo craze. Yahoo has by now closed MyBlogLog, a service it purchased for $10 million and that also allow you generate communities around your blogs.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

YouTube cracks Adobe’s Flash video format and transfers videos To WebM Format


In an attempt to develop the feature of its video streaming service YouTube, search engine giant Google schedules to transcode most accepted videos on the web site to its WebM format.By now almost thirty per cent of the web site has been transformed to the WebM format which by the way exercises an open compression technology and is also royalty free. While the alteration of the complete catalogue might take years, the fact that most popular videos have been transformed fundamentally and that the latest format covers almost 99 per cent of YouTube viewing.

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This decision by Google comes at a time when they have stopped using the H.264 standard from its Chrome web browser. The H.264 standard is reportedly preferential by technology majors Apple and Microsoft at the same time as Google it seems is at the present appears at chasing an open standard.

This move will directly or indirectly also is expected to unfavorably influence the popularity of Adobe’s Flash video format while Google schedules to transfer the entire old videos present in Flash format to the WebM standard.

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As all knows that there is supremacy of YouTube in online video streaming market, over time the reputation of Flash is going to take a noteworthy hit, more so with YouTube firming up strategy to increase its own HTML5 video player.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Indian Govt Prohibits Nokia's Push Email Service in India


Indian government need to know what's in your emails and this has been a controversial issue in the present scenario.

Recently, we all have witness the ongoing problems between RIM (Research In Motion) and the Indian government, where the government of India is trying its best to gain monitoring rights over Blackberry messaging service (BMS). With that issue still being unanswered and unsettled, the government has now also posted its rifle over Nokia's new push email services.

The government has barred Nokia's push email services in anticipation of the security agencies are given full access to monitor all emails negotiating via the network.

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To get the permission, Nokia had also arranged a local Indian server to help the government to check and seize emails, but still Ministry of Home Affairs, India has ordered mobile operators not to declare Nokia's projected pushmail/powermail service devoid of launching the monitoring facilities.

This is going to be nightmare for the users of Nokia's E Series devices push email services by the ban. Four months ago, when RIM was intertwined in the security issue, Nokia had been gently advertising Exchange ActiveSync for its smartphones.

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With the Blackberry disagreement still infusing exclusive of whichever signs of resolutions of the same in coming future, Nokia requires to do something fast and resume its push mail services, which it had already been advertising in the market.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Opera Browser for Tablets – Sounds New Beginning

Norwegian company Opera Software has made public the foremost public sample of its browser for tablets at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

The browser for Tablets will be helpful to People who use Opera browsers for PCs and Smartphones. Clicking the Opera icon gets hold of the user to begin screen with the company's Speed Dial feature, which gives immediate access to preferred web sites using nine tiles. The clip also reveals the technique of how a page can be changed by just flicking the finger from left to right or right to left. Also using two fingers users can zoom in and zoom out the page.

Opera isn't the simply browser developer that has set its sights on tablets. In December, Skyfire announced Flash friendly browser had been allowed for implement on Apple's iPad, where it contends with the standard Safari browser.

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All browsers have an analogous and same touch that permitted user interface, which is also including a menu bar on top of the screen with buttons for navigation and tab management and a search turf.

Tablets based on Android are conventional to be one of the enormous features at CES, with Android tablets unsurprising from Lenovo, Motorola, NEC, Stream TV and Toshiba.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Security flaws in iOS browser is very dangerous

The new browser security defects in iPhones, iPods, and iPads could be more hazardous than originally assumed. The susceptibility comes from the way the jailbreak software, released on Sunday, uses the mobile Safari browser in its place of involving that the device be connected  to a computer. Jailbreaking the phone permits it to run apps not accepted by Apple. But this error could be used to launch an exploit if the user were to surf to a Web site hosting a malicious PDF, giving unobstructed access to the device.

The same PDF develop used to jailbreak the device could also be used to install impressive malicious. Apple said on Wednesday it is functioning on a secure for the problem. But until then all iOS devices are at jeopardy. Now researchers are coming up with diverse ways to get an iOS device user to visit a Web page hosting the exploit, which is imperative for an attack to happen as expected and not essentially unproblematic to do if trying to attack a stranger.

Kershaw, who wrote the open-source Kismet Wi-Fi sniffer, has predicted numerous attack methods. They are hypothetical at this point, at least he hasn't heard of anyone attempting them, but that doesn't mean someone hasn't tried or won't. Person having iPhone would be very worried about using it out in public.
The attacks might sound far-fetched as owner need to trust company's security to the devices as they stand. One way to alleviate these threats is to turn off Wi-Fi.

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Several attack methods tried by Kershaw are:

1. An attacker could burlesque a wireless access point.
2. An attacker could use a tool christened Metasploit Airpwn to capture unencrypted Web traffic and pretend to be a Web server that an iOS device user is endeavoring to visit.
3. An attacker armed with so-called "IMSI-catcher" equipment, used to sneak on GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) phone calls, could imagine being a cell tower. Because the radio software in the device doesn't support data, the device is forced into voice-only mode and will change to wifi automatically.

The attacker could then send the user a text message, appearing to come from the carrier, that directs the user to a Web page hosting the malicious exploit, or even revert at this point to either method one or two.