Nokia unveiled three new phone models

Nokia unveiled three new phone models and said its new Booklet 3G will go on sale for about 575 euros ($820). Nokia smartphone on line-up to better compete with Apple and put a price on the new laptop leading its foray into the fiercely-competitive netbook market. Nokia has major challenges on developing user experience, and might have to wait for a significant improvement until the second half of next year. Nokia has seen its profit margins drop over the last few quarters as handset demand has slumped, and analysts have worried that entering the PC industry, where margins are traditionally[more...]

What makes Microsoft to launch Office 2010 version for the Mac

What makes Microsoft to launch Office 2010 version for the Mac? A survey taken in the fourth quarter of last year by the ITIC/Sunbelt Software group found that more than two-thirds of businesses were open to integrating Macs into the IT infrastructure and more than 50 percent of respondents wanted to further integrate Macs with iPhones. The recent announcement of an Office 2010 version for the Mac, it's understandable that Microsoft wants to take a bite out of money-making Apple. Mac users has been steadily growing in the corporate environment. These days, it doesn't take much to get Windows apps[more...]

Microsoft has released Visual Studio 2010 Beta and .NET Framework 4.0 Beta- Available For Downloads

Microsoft has released the first Beta version of its next-generation development platform and tools. Visual Studio 2010 Beta and .NET Framework 4.0 Beta are now available for download, in the first phase of broadening the testing process. For the time being, access to the Beta bits is limited to just MSDN subscribers. The public downloads of Visual Studio 2010 Beta and .NET Framework 4.0 Beta are not that far behind. In fact, the software giant plans to start serving the Beta for the successors of Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 tomorrow, May 20, 2009. The .NET Framework is[more...]

Bharti Airtel – The first Indian telecom to have 100 million users

Bharti Airtel, which launched its mobile operations in Delhi (1995). On Friday it announced that it has become the first Indian telecom to have 100 million users. Others which have achieved the milestone are China Mobile and China Unicom. Bharti Airtel the country's largest mobile phone operator looking at big-ticket acquisitions abroad in its quest to double its subscriber base, after it became the third Telecom in the world to have more than 100 million customers on a single network. Bharti's chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal said that If we focus on India alone, we will reach 200 million (users) in[more...]

Sony has announced the launch of the world’s thinnest LCD TV in India

Sony has announced the launch of the world's thinnest LCD TV in India along with dozens of other new models to strengthen their current crop of offerings in the mid to high end segment. The highlight of the launch was the announcement of the Bravia ZX1, which at 9.9mm happens to be the world's thinnest 40" LCD TV. And soon it will be on sale in India! Apart from being slim, this one is quite light as well, tipping the scales at just 15.5 kg.. The ZX1 features: * Bravia Engine2 * Edge LED technology * Motionflow 100Hz * Image[more...]

New search tools For Google search platform – Google Squared

Google Tuesday unveiled search tools for its Google search platform which includes Google Search Options and Google Squared. And also quirky planetarium-type application for Google Android phones called SkyMap. Google's search products vice president Marissa Mayer told that Google's Searchology event in Mountain View. Google was looking to make its search tools better, more specific and more sophisticated than ever before certainly a Google prerogative as the search giant looks to maintain its heavyweight status and put even more distance between itself and the competition. Google's new tools also might say a lot about what it perceives its market-share competition[more...]

Facebook in Indian Language

In order to gain some more footing from Indian citizens, Facebook has launched the local language version (translated) in Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam. Users can change language settings through the 'settings' tab or through the language option on their Facebook homepage. Facebook looks towards expanding its over 200 million user base by reaching out to the vast Internet user community in local languages in India. Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam are the languages being offered. However, Facebook is not yet enabled for transliteration ie conversion of English script into phonetics of other languages. The move[more...]

New Firefox version Latest- Free Downloads

The new Firefox version is in the process of release soon. Now they are in the act of getting the feedback from the users. They have placed this free trial version in their webpage. So if you wish to download this version then click the below picture This browser has many new features; some of the features I found while I tried this version are; Private browsing is the main feature which is included in this version. When we use this mode and browse the history will not be stored in the web page or any other source. Includes private[more...]

Microsoft to Launch Next Generation Search Engine- Kumo

Although Microsoft is testing the search engine under the Kumo name, executives have said that is just one of several names the company is considering. Microsoft has reportedly put up a clock in one of its buildings with a 40-day countdown to the launch of its next generation search engine, code named Kumo. The search engine focuses on a couple of areas, including an attempt to break down a search query into a couple more detailed options. When searching, say, for the term "Audi," Kumo breaks things down into an initial result with facts such as price and fuel economy[more...]

Yahoo-new music service

The new version of Yahoo Music, unveiled on Monday, aggregates paid and free music services available on the Internet, allowing Yahoo users to access and interact with the services directly from the Yahoo site. Yahoo Inc is partnering with other online music providers as the Internet giant tries a fresh approach to getting an edge in the evolving digital music business. The move comes a little over a year after Yahoo announced it was shuttering its own paid-music service, and is in keeping with the company's latest efforts to make Yahoo a more open service by integrating products and services[more...]