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Windows Vista advantage

8. August 2008

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Microsoft is known to shell out OS that power more than 90% of the personal computers across the globe. Everything Microsoft does makes the news. Whenever they announce a new product, huge hype and anticipation builds around the release. Same was the case when Vista was launched in January last year. Everybody was so anxious […]

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iPhone 3G launching on 22 Aug in India

8. August 2008

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Its confirmed now. Both the private biggies in the India telecom sector, Vodafone and AIrtel have announced that they will launch iPhone 3G on August 22. The key features: * Apple 2.0 firmware * GPS support * Connectivity: Wi-Fi (802.11b/g), UMTS, HSDPA, GSM / EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900MHz), Bluetooth 2.0 * Faster internet. Upto […]

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Firefox 3 released,how much “awesome” can it get?

21. June 2008

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The wait is finally over. The much awaited version 3 of the award winning web browser is finally here. Firefox 3 (final version) was released on 17th June. There are as many as 15,000 improvements over the previous version. It is safer,faster and smarter than ever before. Download Firefox 3 from here or you can […]

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3G iPhone anounced,out on July 11

12. June 2008

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[Image source] Come July 11 and we shall see beginning of a new revolution in mobile phone world. Apple has finally raised curtains from probably the most awaited phone of 2008. The next gen 3G iPhone. Steve Jobs, CEO Apple Inc, introduced the 3G iPhone in a june 9 keynote address in San Francisco.The main […]

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The Grid, 10000 times faster internet

8. April 2008

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THE internet could soon be made obsolete. The scientists who pioneered it have now built a lightning-fast replacement capable of downloading entire feature films within seconds. At speeds about 10,000 times faster than a typical broadband connection, “the grid” will be able to send the entire Rolling Stones back catalogue from Britain to Japan in […]

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