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Saturday, 29 December 2012

Samsung Galaxy S IV rumored to arrive in April with S Pen functionality

 Samsung IV (four)

We’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about Samsung‘s next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S IV, and we don’t expect it die down anytime soon. The latest rumor fresh out of South Korea is that Samsung is preparing the Galaxy S IV for an April 2013 launch, and it’s said that the new handset will come with S Pen functionality right out of the box.


Multiple Korean sources are saying that the new phone will land in April, and the accompanying S Pen feature hints that Samsung is allegedly looking to bring some of the best features of their Note series to the flagship Galaxy S IV, which wouldn’t be too terribly surprising, even considering how different the two devices are just from the screen size alone.


The alleged April 2013 release windows is right on the money with a previous rumor that we heard at the beginning of the month, saying that Samsung was working on “Project J” that is set for an April 2013 announcement. However, an announcement and an actual release are completely different, so we’re not really sure what to believe at this point.


It’s rumored that the Galaxy S IV will come with a 5-inch 1080p AMOLED display, a quad-core Exynos 5440 chip, a 13-megapixel rear auto-focus camera, and will feature a slightly thicker 9.2mm body, a change that would make the S IV very Note-like this time around, and would explain the S Pen functionality.

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Facebook in talks to buy messagin application thunder Whatsapp

Will whatsapp appear @ your facebook timeline.........?????


"Whatsapp, the multiplatform mobile messaging app that has been one of the runaway success stories for ad-free, paid services, has been in talks to be acquired by Facebook, " a technology blog said citing sources close to the matter.
 
Social networking  Facebook Inc is in talks to acquire popular  messaging app Whatsapp , a move that will beef-up its mobile services business, says a media report.


Facebook is a social networking service launched in February 2004, owned and operated by Mark Zuckerberg. As of September 2012, Facebook has over one billion active users


"We are still digging around on potential price and other details...," the report said citing sources.

Whatsapp, which was founded in 2009, has 1,000 million daily active users globally and delivers about one billion messages per day.


Facebook has been making efforts to improve its mobile service business and made buyouts including the purchase of photo-sharing mobile app Instagram.

Earlier in July, Facebook acquired the team behind start-up firm Spool, in an aim to beef up its mobile business. Besides, the social networking firrm also purchased Israeli facial recognition firm Face.com in June.

Sunday, 2 December 2012

Latest BB10(Blackberry OS 10) likely to be features video chat

It might be a good news for all BlackBerry lovers because something exciting coming up in their hand  soon.                                                          
                                                                                             
Research in Motion may be working on integrating video calling to its popular  BlackBerry  Messenger service. According to industry speculation, the next version of the company's mobile operating system, named BB10, is likely to support video calling via its secure messaging service, just like Apple's FaceTime, Android's Google+ Hangout and Microsoft's Skype. 

RIM has already said it would be enhancing the communication suite of BBM by adding voice calling. However, a RIM executive recently told tech blog The Next Web that 'something else' is also on the horizon. Could video be that 'something'? 

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In the BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha update released by RIM, reviewers at CrackBerry had chanced upon a folder titled bbm_video in the notifications section. This folder contained a ringtone by the name of video_chat.m4a, same as the tone used in video chat on RIM's PlayBook tablet. 

Though there is no official confirmation, it is likely that such new features will be included in BB10, which is RIM's last shot at succeeding in the smartphone market. The company has lost a lot of market share since the first iPhone was launched, but is still praised for its BBM application. It has recently been dumped by Yahoo as well as several US government agencies in favour of iPhone and Android devices. 

RIM delayed the launch of BB10 operating system as it seemingly did not want to release a half-baked product in the market and drive away customers. Many consider BB10 to be the company's last hope of regaining the lost market share.











(source www.techgig.com) 

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Apple iPhone 5 breaks sales record

Apple said that it received over 2 million advance bookings for iPhone 5 within the first 24 hours of pre-orders. This is double the number of pre-bookings the company received for the iPhone 4S last year.

Philip Schiller, the senior vice president of worldwide marketing for Apple called the customer response "phenomenal."

US mobile provider AT&T said it set a sales record with Apple's iPhone 5 over the weekend, making it the fastest-selling iPhone the company has ever offered. The carrier claimed on Monday that customers had ordered more iPhones from AT&T than any previous model both on its first day of pre-orders and over the weekend.

However, AT&T did not provide the exact sales figures of total iPhones sold. The company said iPhone 5 was still available for pre-order and would be available at AT&T retail stores from September 21.

On Friday, even as the day pre-orders began, Apple's initial stocks finished within a few hours and the shipping time for the device was extended to October instead of a week. And even though Apple iPhone 5 will be available in stores on September 21, a few buyers have already started lining up in front of the company's store on New York's 5th Avenue a week in advance. Technology website CNET has reported that people with heavy coats and sleeping bags were seen standing outside the retail outlet, popularly known as the Cube. Similar was the case at Apple's store on Regent Street in London to buy the iPhone 5 where some buyers have been already camping to buy the iPhone 5.

Apple is expected to sell approximately 10 million units of the iPhone 5 in September itself. Its arch rival Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III took around two months to reach the same milestone.

In August, Samsung Galaxy S III outsold Apple iPhone 4S in the US market for the first time ever in the previous quarter.
















































































(Note: This article is for your reference and also not written by me)

Reference : www.techgig.com 

Saturday, 30 June 2012

How Big Brands got their Names

How Big Brands got their Names 

 

 



























Absurd Laws From Around the World

 Absurd Laws From Around the World

Ah yes, laws – the rules which govern all nations universally (exempting an interesting few). They protect ordinary citizens and provide consequences to those who break them, providing order so that the country may be stable and not anarchic. There are, however, an abundant amount of countries with laws that are just downright ridiculous, ranging from the United States to Swaziland. I present to you the top ten lists of absurdly ridiculous laws, in no precise order, from ten different countries.

10. China — One Child Policy


I am fairly certain that this will be the most well-known law on this list, for it has received much controversy. Put into effect in 1987, the law hoped to slow and even decrease China’s vast population of more than 1.3 billion. The law places a heavy tax on couples who choose to have more than one child. Debate rages on the ethnics of the law, supporters stating that China has taken a great step in targeting the overpopulation issue in, not only its own country, but in the world. Detractors, however, believe that restricting couples ability to raise a family of less than what they would like is morally wrong, and that abortion has increased because of parents wanting to have male offspring. Numerous groups have fought for its repeal, and only time will tell what the future brings. 09 more after the break...
 09. Greece — Banning of Electronic Games


This law was first passed on September 3, 2002, and at first only illustrated the banning of video games in Internet Cafes as a way to combat illegal gambling, but as of December 8, 2003, it has been “revised” to include the banning of all electronic games. The reason was that lawmakers concluded that it would be too difficult to distinguish illicit gambling games from other harmless games, like online chess. I couldn’t imagine this law being implemented in my home of the United States, in which teenagers are infected with the “first-person shooter epidemic,” in which franchises like Halo and Call of Duty have sold millions of copies. However, other people have formed groups like the Mothers Against Video Game Addiction and Violence (MAVAV), which aim to have electronic games banned in countries, like the United States, believing that the increased violence in modern games increases instability and crime among young kids and adolescents.

08. France — No pig may be called Napoleon by its Owner


Yes, the great French general and emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, responsible for conquering most of Europe during the Napoleonic Wars (1799-1815), before finally being bested at Waterloo by the Duke of Wellington. The French had the utmost respect for him, and it is thought that George Orwell’s famous short story, Animal Farm, in which the pig representing Stalin was named Napoleon, launched the laws publication. Even in France, the pig is often referred to as “Caesar” rather than “Napoleon” in the book, but this is more due to Napoleon being represented as Stalin rather than being represented as a pig. Today, however, many people consider the law a joke and hardly anyone respects it, let alone know it exists.

07.Germany —Pillows are Labeled as “Passive Weapons”


Hmmm, if attacked by a thug, would you rather be assaulted with a knife or a pillow? As for myself, I would choose a pillow, yet in Germany they seem to think otherwise, in which pillows are labeled “passive weapons.” Perhaps if filled with rocks or used for suffocation maybe? In the meantime, however, I prefer to choose a gun as self-defense rather than a fluffy sack.

06. Israel — Picking your nose is Prohibited on the Sabbath


Ah yes, the nation of Israel, formed shortly after WWII, in 1948, as a place where Jews could reside without being persecuted. The country is internationally famous as being tough and resilient, fighting near constant war with its neighbors for nearly its entire existence. It is centered around key issues such as the rights of the Palestinians, and is the source of much controversy. Well, back to the law, a rabbi is legally allowed to, and often does, prohibit church-goers from picking their noses during the Sabbath. This law exists, not so much because of it being disgusting (although that is obviously a contributing factor), but also in that it is believed that the potential bleeding caused by the loss of nasal hair may result in violation of the religious code of sanctity. Thus, the law is only directed to believers of the Jewish faith, exempting ordinary citizens.

05. Swaziland — Forbidding Girls to Wear Pants


Swaziland is listed as one of the world’s absolute poorest and most poverty stricken countries, in which the average lifespan is between 30-35 years old. The people are suppressed by corrupt governmental control and a tyrannical and power hungry “king” (dictator), the current one being King Mswati III, who has passed a number of bizarre laws in an attempt to reestablish “traditional values” (aka patriarchic society), in which girls are unequal and considered inferior to their male counterparts. Thus, women are forbidden to wear clothing resembling menswear, and if one is caught in public displaying pants, they are subject to having them forcibly ripped off of them by soldiers, and humiliated.

04. USA/California — Animals Publicly Mating


That’s right, animals are prohibited from publicly mating with each other within 1,500 feet of any tavern, school or church. I selected a strange law from California because it happens to be the state I live in. What I wonder is how this law is enforced, and why this would be a concern with our citizens or local school children. I have never yet had the sudden urge to view animals mating during church, and I have yet to see any kind of “guards” or “regulators” who would be responsible for keeping animal couples from engaging within 1,500 feet of a school. As a resident of California, I can say that this law is, overall, just ridiculous and ignored by the people.

03. Philippines — License Plates Law


This law is very interesting in that it is so absurdly specific. It states that Cars whose license plates end with a 1 or 2 are not allowed on the roads on Monday, 3 or 4 on Tuesday, 5 or 6 on Wednesday, 7 or 8 on Thursday, and 9 or 0 on Friday. I can’t possibly understand what would be the goal behind the makings of this law, and how it would be implemented and enforced. Its logic has to do with some kind of identification and status procedure, but the law is so subtle and irrelevant it was difficult to do in-depth research on.

02. Japan —Honor Law of Marriage


This law isn’t so much “absurdly ridiculous” in the sense of others on this list, but it is surely considered very strange by most readers (especially American) and truly depicts the intense respect and honor Japanese people give to their family. This law illustrates that an elder brother, by law and honor, can formally ask for his younger brother’s girlfriend’s hand in marriage, and both must agree to it. Surprisingly, there are many laws similar to this in other Asian countries and displays how the Asian people still have not let go of the thousand-year tradition of respecting your elders. We Americans still do as well, we’re just not as serious about it.

01. United Kingdom — Death In parliament


Great Britain is famous throughout Europe for its number of ridiculous laws and taxes, dating back hundreds of years. Over 2,000 laws have been repealed since its long history. Justice Secretary Jack Straw has been on a crusade to get rid of all of Britain’s most absurd laws, and one of his top priorities was this one, in which it was illegal to die in Parliament. This law, which as of now is no longer in affect (wonder why) was internationally criticized and laughed at for being pointless, as there could obviously be no punishment, and if a government official were to abruptly collapse from a heart attack far from the exit and need urgent help, the paramedics would first move him outside before operating on him? In case he died in the building? God Save the Queen, it is no longer in affect now.

Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Facebook Wants To Hire 17-Year-Old

Nive Jayasekar created a mobile app for Home Depot over a weekend and won $10,500—and got an offer to work at Facebook.

She's only 17.


The Social-Loco conference organized a hackathon event held June 16-17, sponsored by big brands like Home Depot.

Jayasekar entered, drawn by the prizes. She decided to develop a project organizer for the home-improvement chain as a Windows Phone app, because that was a special prize category.

She swept the event with her app, which made it easy for both novices and experienced gardeners to find materials for landscaping projects. (Those were originally separate prize categories; she developed a single app that addressed both audiences.),But she barely made it to the conference to accept her prizes. After she found out she won, her mom had to drive her to San Francisco.
It was good timing: Because she was late, she got to present her winning app right before Emily White, Facebook's director of mobile partnerships, was due to speak. They met backstage and White offered her a summer internship.
"Nive is amazing and I'm going to be working for her someday," White said at the conference.
But here's the thing, and it tells you everything you need to know about the war for talent in Silicon Valley right now: The recent graduate of Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, Calif., who's headed to Carnegie Mellon University in the fall, wouldn't say whether she'd taken Facebook up on the offer.
"The recruiting process is still going on," she said.
Facebook couldn't comment on where things stood.
Let's review: A 17-year-old just got an internship offer from Facebook, on the spot after winning a programming contest. And she hasn't decided whether she's taking the job yet.
Meanwhile, she's porting the app to Apple's iOS devices and Android smartphones.

Friday, 4 May 2012

Samsung Galaxy S3 Price and Specifications

Samsung Galaxy S3 



Upcoming Mobile Phone
    Samsung Galaxy S3 was the most anticipated phone for the year 2012.It is the sequel to the extremely successful Samsung Galaxy S2.
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 has a massive 4.8'HD Super AMOLED touchscreen
  • The phone runs on Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, powered by 1.4GHz Quad Core processor
  • The phone has an 8MP camera with auto focus, LED Flash and has a 1.9 MP secondary camera
  • The phone comes with unique features such as Smart Stay, S-Voice, Direct call etc
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 comes in models with 16GB, 32GB and 64GB internal memory
  • The phone has been launched on 4th May, 2012 and will be available in India in June.

Samsung Galaxy S3 Price in India


Samsung Galaxy S3 was the most anticipated phone for the year 2012.It is the sequel to the extremely successful Samsung Galaxy S2. Samsung Galaxy S3 is a bar shaped smartphone with a massive 4.8'HD Super AMOLED touchscreen and a 1.4 GHz quad core processor. The phone should be launched in first week of June and may be priced at Rs 38,000.

Mobile Details

Design and Specification Samsung Galaxy S3 is the most anticipated phone for the year 2012. It is the sequel to the extremely successful Samsung Galaxy S2. The ultra slim phone has a bar shaped form factor with a giant 4.8" HD Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen. The phone runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and is powered by a 1.4 GHz Quad core processor with a massive 1GB RAM. The phone is fairly large with dimensions of 136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6 mm making it razor thin and super impressive in looks. The phone weighs a hefty 133grams. The phone features the all new Smart Stay feature which detects whether the user is still looking at the phone to keep the screen awake. The phone also has features such as S-Voice which can understand voice commands and do actions such as increase volume, search etc. The Direct call feature lets you call the contact you are messaging with by just bringing the phone close to your face.
Camera and Multimedia
The phone has an 8MP camera with auto-focus and LED flash. The camera has a chockablock of Geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection and image stabilization for high quality pictures. The phone comes with special Burst Shot feature that lets you capture 20 images at once and the phone then automatically selects the best photo using the Best Shot feature. The camera can record HD video at 1080p resolution at 30fps. The phone also sports a 1.9MP secondary front-facing camera that provides flawless image for video calling.
Connectivity
Samsung Galaxy S3 has all the latest connectivity options among smartphones. The phone runs on quad band 3G and quad band 2G networks as well as 4G LTE 700 network (North America, Korea, Japan). The phone can connect to the internet using EDGE/GPRS and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, DLNA with Wi-Fi Direct. The phone can also be used as Wi-Fi hotpot. The phone has Bluetooth 4.0 and micro-USB v 2.0(MHL). The phone features S-Beam which lets you use your NFC chip to transfer documents, images etc between friends. The phone has a TV out port to connect to the TV as well.
Battery and Storage
The phone has a standard 2100 mAH Li-Ion battery offering whopping talk time. The phone comes with 16GB,32GB or 64GB of internal memory which can be further expanded up to 32GB using micro-SD card.

Friday, 16 March 2012

Indian Union Budget 2012-2013


Indian Union Budget 2012-2013



The Budget identifies five objectives relating to growth recovery, private investment, supply bottlenecks, malnutrition and governance matters.
GDP growth to be 7.6 per cent (+ 0.25 percent) during 2012-13
Amendment to the FRBM Act proposed as part of Finance Bill.New concepts of "Effective Revenue Deficit" and "Medium Term Expenditure Framework" introduced.
Central subsidies to be kept under 2 per cent of GDP to be further brought down to 1.75 per cent of GDP over the next 3 years.
Proposed: Mobile based fertilizer management system; LPG transparency portal; scaling up and rolling out of Aadhar enabled payment for government schemes in at least 50 districts.
Rs. 30,000 crore to be raised through disinvestment.

Efforts to reach broadbased consensus on FDI in multi-brand retail.Rajiv Gandhi Equity Saving Scheme: to allow income tax deduction to retail investors on investing in equities Rs. 15,888 crore to be provided for capitalization of public sector banks and financial institutions.
A central "Know Your Customer" depository to be developed.
Swabhimaan: remaining habitations to be covered; to be extended to more habitations; ultra small branches to be set up in Swabhimaan habitations. Efforts to reach broadbased consensus on FDI in multi-brand retail Rajiv Gandhi Equity Saving Scheme: to allow income tax deduction to retail investors on investing in equities .

Rs. 15,888 crore to be provided for capitalization of public sector banks and financial institutions
A central "Know Your Customer" depository to be developed.

Swabhimaan: remaining habitations to be covered; to be extended to more habitations; ultra small branches to be set up in Swabhimaan habitations.Investment in 12th Plan in infrastructure to go uptoRs. 50,00,000 crore; half of this is expected from private sector
Tax Free Bonds of Rs. 60,000 crore to be allowed for financial infrastructure projects.Allocation of Road Transport and Highways Ministry enhanced by 14 per cent to Rs. 25,360 crore.
Financial package of Rs. 3,884 crore for waiver of loans to handloom weavers and their cooperative societies; mega handloom clusters in Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand weaver service centres in Mizoram, Nagaland and Jharkhand,powerloom mega cluster in Maharashtra; Rs. 500 crore pilot schemes for geo-textiles in North-Eastern region.
Rs. 5,000 crore India Opportunities Venture Fund to help small enterprises.Allocation to agriculture enhanced; RKVY gets Rs. 9,217 crore; BGREI gets Rs. 1,000 crore; Rs.2242 crore project to improve dairy productivity; Rs. 500 crore for coastal aquaculture.
Various other agricultural activities merged into 5 missions
Target for agricultural credit raised to Rs. 5,75,000 crore
Interest subvention for short-term crop loans to farmers at 7 per cent interest continues; additional 3 per cent for prompt paying farmers.
Rs. 200 crore for awards to incentivise agricultural research.Provisions under rural housing fund increased to Rs. 4,000 crore from Rs. 3,000 crore.Interest subvention of 1 percent on housing loans uptoRs. 15 lakh extended for one more year.AIBP allocation raised by 13 per cent to Rs. 14,242 crore.National Mission on Food Processing to be started in cooperation with State Governments.Scheduled Caste Sub Plan allocation increases by 18 per cent to Rs. 37,113 crore; Tribal Sub Plan by 17.6 per cent to Rs. 21,710 crore Multi-sectoral programme to address maternal and child malnutrition in 200 high burden districts.
58 per cent rise in allocation to ICDS, at Rs. 15,850 crore rural drinking water and sanitation gets 27 per cent rise in allocation to Rs. 14,000 crore; PMGSY gets 20 per cent rise to Rs. 24,000 crore.Projects covering length of 8800 km to be awarded under NHDP against 7,300 km during 2011-12.RTE-SSA gets Rs. 25,555 crore allocation, showing an increase of 21 per #162 6000 schools to be set up at block level as model schools in the 12th Plan; Credit Guarantee Fund to be set up for better flow of credit to students.






Thursday, 8 March 2012

Apple iPad 3

Apple has announced its new third-generation iPad, which comes packing a new high-resolution Retina display. “Until you see it you can’t understand how amazing it is”, said CEO Tim Cook.




 


The new iPad is an oxymoron: It is at once a strong leap forward that will let Apple hold onto its huge market and mindshare, and yet the new features are not so different from the iPad 2 as to cause an I-need-the- new-iPad-to-change-my-life panic for current owners.


The new high-resolution display runs at 2048×1536 at a pixel density of 264PPI. That’s 3.1M total pixels. The new display is powered by an A5X processor with improved quad-core graphics capabilities. The processor itself is dual-core.The new iPad maintains the current 10 hour battery life with 9 hours on 4G. It’s 9.4mm thick and weighs 1.4 pounds.There is also a brand new feature in the iPad, an iSight camera on the front and a new rear camera that runs at 5MP, with a backside illuminated sensor, 5 element lens and a hybrid IR filter. It looks to be the same camera equipment shipped in the iPhone 4S, aside from the slightly lower resolution sensor. This allows the new iPad to record HD movies at 1080P .


The device ships with iOS 5.1, the latest version of Apple’s software. It will be available for all users of iOS devices and comes with new Siri support for Japanese users, which will roll out over the next few weeks.Apple’s voice dictation feature is also coming to the new iPad as well. This is not the Siri assistant feature, but it will allow for live transcription of your voice.

The new iPad also has quad-core LTE 4G capabilities, allowing for much faster network access and download speeds. The new chip is dual-mode and includes 3G HSPA+ for up to 21Mbps, and dual-carrier HSDPA for up to 42Mbps.In a very nice new addition, the new iPad will also act as a 4G hotspot, something that the current iPad does not do.

A host of Apple apps were updated to work with its Retina display, including iWork, iMove and Garage Band. Each of these apps will have a free update available for existing users.

Apple also introduced the brand new iPhoto for iPad, a basic photo editing, photo-beaming from device to device and a new Photo Journals (collages)feature. The new version of iPhoto offers a host of gesture-focused photo editing options including utomatic horizon straightening as well as more detailed information about the images you’ve imported from other cameras. Images up to 19 megapixels in size are supported.


Apple also announced an upgrade to its ‘iTunes in the Cloud’ product, which now supports seamlessly streaming purchased movies to all iOS devices. These movies will be available in 1080P, which is a nice boost.
The new version of the Apple TV also supports 1080P and comes with a newly designed interface that is heavily reminiscent of iOS. It will still run $99 and will be available beginning next week.


Apple’s Tim Cook said about the company’s role in a ‘post-PC’ world “We’re talking about a world where the PC is no longer the center of your digital world,” he said, “but is just another device. The devices you use the most are more portable, more personal, and dramatically easier to use than any PC has ever been.The iPad is reinventing personal computing.”
Last year alone, Apple sold some 172 million of these post-PC devices, including the iPad, iPhone and iPod. 62M of them in the final quarter alone. If you count the iPad as a PC, it outsold every other major manufacturer last quarter with 15.4M units in sales.

The new iPad is priced at $499 for 16GB, $599 for 32GB, $699 for 64GB. And $629, $729, and $829 for 4G. It will be available on March 16th in the US and available for pre-order from yesterday. It will be available from March 23 for 32 other countries. The iPad 2 will continue to be sold for $399 in a 16GB flavor and $529 for a WiFi + 3G 16GB model.

In india it will be available in coming few months.



 

Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Tata Megapixel car 2012



Tata Motors showed the Tata Megapixel concept at the Geneva Motor Show overnight - it's a four-seater range extended electric vehicle (REEV). An evolution of last year's Pixel concept, the Megapixel uses four in-wheel 10 kW motors and a 325 cc single cylinder petrol engine that generates 22 kW while charging the lithium ion phosphate battery. The result is a range of 900 km (559 miles) and an electric-only range of 87 km (54 miles). The Megapixel has several other killer party tricks, including acutely turning wheels which give it a turning radius of just 2.8 meters (9.2 ft), which is small enough to do a U-turn in a narrow street, and an inductive home charging system - park over the induction pad and it charges itself without needing to be plugged in. There's also some very useful automatic sliding double doors. 



 
The Megapixel is a good looking little beastie, and was developed by Tata's design centres in India, the UK and Italy. As a global car concept, this is both the company's evolving idea of the ideal city car for global urban environments, and the one you're most likely to see first if you don't live in India.
Tata Motors is India's largest automobile company, with enormous prospects. A few decades from now, India will be a superpower, with the world's largest population having transitioned from bicycles to scooter and now aspiring to drive a car. India's vehicle ownership ratios are currently the same as America's were in 1912 - when the Model T Ford was top seller.




Tata is already huge with consolidated revenues of US$27 billion in 2010-11 and operations in the UK, South Korea, Thailand, Spain and South Africa. Among them is Jaguar Land Rover, the distribution of Fiat cars in India, and the market leader in commercial vehicle sales in India. Indeed, it is already the world's fourth largest truck manufacturer and third largest bus manufacturer. Tata is unquestionably coming to a market near you, so if you think the Megapixel is worthy of consideration, it might yet become available locally.
The Tata Pixel which was shown at Geneva in 2011 had a "Zero Turn" drive system which has been evolved further in the Megapixel. When parking, the four independent electric hub motors drive the wheels in opposite directions, while the front wheels are turned at an acute angle. The unfeasibly small turning circle will enable parking in spaces you wouldn't even consider in a small car - very impressive and very useful!
The at-home induction charging system is another no-brainer. Time-saving and very convenient benefits are heavy motivators. It only takes a minute or so to plug and unplug a plug-in hybrid, but the two minutes a day you save adds up and it's one less of life's chores to tick off the list.



Getting into and out of a small car is also no easy task, and doubly difficult for the taller among us. More accessibility means much easier loading and securing of goods and children and the Megapixel's double-sliding door system and B-pillar-less design is very clever and genuinely useful.
Inside, it's bigger than you'd expect because the battery layout and hub motors maximize interior space.


Accordingly, the Megapixel accommodates four adults with luggage.
The front seats are cleverly cantilevered on the central tunnel, releasing floor space underneath the seats for additional storage.
Like every other automotive design house on the planet, Tat's has focused heavily on the human machine interface (HMI). There's a docking point on the console for a smart phone and the interface is based around a large touchscreen in the center of the instrument panel. The touch screen controls all the functions of the car, from climate to driving modes.





Monday, 5 March 2012

HOLI - Festival of colours

Holi (होली), is a religious spring festival celebrated by Hindus. Holi is also known as festival of Colours.

The festival of colours

 

 

Sunday, 4 March 2012

Top Internet Browsers 2011

 

When we talk about internet, there is first thing comes in mind- “that is Browser”. Internet browsers plays the main role in internet world. Now a days, so many browsers are available on internet, but few has good rating on internet and among internet users. So today we come with some best browsers, these are getting popularity every day listed below. Every browser has its unique quality that make it popular among internet users.
Google Chrome is second most popular browser around the world. Some are getting more lovers every day like safari, opera, internet explorer, etc.
Few days ago we had been provide best antivirus of 2011 and Tumblr themes of 2011. Firefox is most popular browser among internet geeks because it has a big collection of Add-ons and has security, easy browsing, high performance, etc. Add-ons always play the main role in browsers popularity. Visit these list and find your best one for surfing the web easily. You can share your thought in our comment section below.

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1. Mozilla Firefox 4:

This browser is known for its better surfing speed, security, smarter look and one standout feature known as private browsing. This also provide open audio and video mode, built in spell checker feature add popularity among users. One more thing that make Firefox so lovable is customization, we can change Firefox looks according to our needs.

2. Google Chrome:

Google chrome is popular among internet users because of its dynamic features that provided by it like seed, security, simplicity and many more built in functions.
Here are some features that make chrome so popular
1. Speed: speed is factor that we look in every browser, chrome provides a good browsing speed that we looking for, chrome uses powerful java script engine for speed lighting. Chrome provides Omnibox chromes combined search and address bar, using this it is fast to search and navigate on web.
2. Security: chrome has built in malware and phishing protection, chrome uses safe browsing and sandboxing technologies to keep you safe on web. Chrome also has an auto update function that checks updates regularly to keep you up-to-date with latest security features.
3. Privacy: chrome manages privacy by using a feature Incognito mode, this mode delete all your visited websites and download histories and cookies.
These are the basic differences that make chrome unique among all other browsers. Many more features you enjoy when you use this browser.

3. Internet Explorer 9i :

This is the browser widely used all around the world ,it has increased performance and speed due to improved script engine than other older versions this feature no doubt most useful and noticeable to users, one more thing that attract attention of users towards IE9 is its stability, in older versions if one site or add on crashes it will close entire browser but in IE9 only the affected tab gets down rather than entire browser. This has a unique feature color coded tab grouping, this lets you see that which tab opened from link of which tab.
 

4. Opera11.50:

Opera11.50 introduce feature like interactive voice this is the unique feature that opera offers to users ,thumbnail previews also make attractive this browser among users, you can customize your browser by adding removing buttons and toolbars and also customize own keyboard shortcuts, you can easily look inside a tab when you put mouse pointer over a tab, opera has built in Bit Torrent so no separate application is needed for download, Opera11.50 have fast JavaScript engine this make opera fastest browser.

5. Safari

Developed by Apple, Safari browser provides you at-a-glance feature that provides you a preview of your favorite site this is an exclusive feature that safari has, you can also create your reading list that contain list of web pages through which you can read your articles, watch or browse whenever you are free , safari have Safari Reader facility that remove all those flashing nonsense ads that distract you from your matter. Security is a feature that every internet user wants in prioty; Safari is highly secure web browser.

6. Maxthon:

Maxthon is known for its rich features, it is a china based browser having customizable and user friendly interface with having cool look, it has a button for menu bar, you will definitely enjoy surfing with this browser, Maxthon has a feature “Drag and Drop” by using this feature you can easily drag a web address from any word file and from any email, use Anti Freezing technology and you can navigate from one webpage to other through the movement of your mouse. One thing that affect its popularity is security and speed it is not so fast and secure browser.

7. Avant :

Avant is Internaet explorer based browser having tabbed browsing and zoom functionality upto 500%.thishas a feature that allows you to enter your screen in full screen mode, when you minimize its window this will remove window and seen only a button at right toolbar.


8. DeepNet Explorer 1.5:

this mainly focuses on RSS feeds and have each tab secure.

9. Phaseout:

This is better known for its looks, has attractive and easy customizable skins, and flash based browser, easy browsing and user friendly.

10. SeaMonkey:

SeaMonkey is an All-in-one application suite.

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