Archive for November 3rd, 2006

Chennai will shortly become the first city in the world to be totally WiMAX-enabled. WiMAX or Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access, technology allows wireless internet access across large areas and even across entire cities, unlike Wi-Fi which offers wireless access within a smaller zone. Aircel Business Solutions is implementing the project. The project has been […]


Google launched a new version of Gmail Mobile (Java application) which is up to five times faster in access and use, thanks to automatic pre-fetching of messages and drastically reduced clicks and scrolling to access email. If you go to gmail.com/app, on your Java-enable mobile phone and download the small application, you’ll be able to […]


Weighing a mere 898 grams this Carbon cased ‘type G’ Vaio lappie manages to fit in a 12.1 inch LCD screen, Bluetooth, Wi-fi, finger print reader, 512MB of RAM, 40-80 GB hard disk drives and a mighty battery life. The laptop can run for 12.5 hours on a single battery charge in stamina mode. The […]


With Google India failing to announce the results of the Google Wordmasters Challenge, many bloggers have expressed their frustration on the callousness of Google India. But a few of them took this as an opportunity to let their creative juices flow. One of them came up with an interesting theory (Quoted from the blog.outer-court forum): […]


3spots has a huge collection of social bookmarks buttons which you can add to the footer of your posts so that people can easily submit/rate/share your posts. This will not only increase your reader count but also make life easier for your readers to share and organize their online data. 3spots offers you the html […]


Mr. Sang Shin who works for the Sun Microsystems is offering a 10 week free course on AJAX programming. The course is already half way thro’ (It started from August 4th, 2006) goes on till December 8th, 2006. All the late comers don’t worry cauze the course material and tutorials till date have been archived […]