Tablets are here to stay !

Tablet PCs and Phablets are the new trends and with new ones coming into the market each day , Can Google and Apple maintain their supremacy ? Find all about the tablets.

Windows 8 is here.

Will it change your computing experiences ?

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News and articles on how to succeed at social Network marketing , SEO , blogging and much more

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Is Technology transforming our leisure world ?

The leisure time of past generations -- characterized by greater social involvement and longer chunks of uninterrupted time -- does not exist for most of the population, experts say. People often don't have time to participate in city or social organizations or even cook for their families, says Christopher Edginton of the World Leisure Organization. "After work they're going out to dinner together ... then they're coming home," he said. "They're not necessarily going out and engaging in the same way as they did in the past." The 24/7 global work-world "makes it impossible for people to do what everybody has always done in the past: to meet at the same time each week ... golf club, drama club, whatever it was," said Ken Roberts, a sociology professor at the University of Liverpool and the author of "Leisure in Contemporary Society."

Monday, December 24, 2012

How to Upload your pictures to all favorite clouds & FTP at Once

Yeah, that's right. Now you don't have to upload each and every photos from your collection to each storage cloud separately.
Photixo is a service to upload photos to Otixo, on your mobile phone. It is easy to do so via their android and iPhone app.
When you upload photos on your app, you have the choice to upload them to any or all the destinations.

Manage all your clouds from one login with Otixo. Connect services like Dropbox, Box, SkyDrive, Google Docs, SugarSync, Picasa, CX, Amazon S3, FTP sites and WebDav drives...all from one simple app.

Its very easy to use.You can-
  • Access many online services with a single username and password.
  • Search and find your files across many cloud-based services in one simple step.
  • Share files with your friends and colleagues.
  • Preview your documents and images.
  • Copy and Move files from one service to another without downloading to your computer. It's as easy as drag-and-drop!
  • Launch files and folders from Otixo directly into your favorite services.

How Does it work?




Download PHOTIXO @ Google Play Store  & for iPhone.

Sign Up for Otixo via this link and get 100 MB extra on your Quota.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Kingston announces 128GB Wi-Drive


Kingston announces 128GB Wi-Drive
Kingston, developer of memory products, has announced a new 128GB capacity addition to its Wi-Drive product line. The 128GB Wi-Drive allows sharing content on Wi-Fi enabled devices and adds to the existing line-up of 32GB and 64GB capacity drives....

Kingston, developer of memory products, has announced a new 128GB capacity addition to its Wi-Drive product line. The 128GB Wi-Drive allows sharing content on Wi-Fi enabled devices and adds to the existing line-up of 32GB and 64GB capacity drives....





Aakash2 to sell at Rs 1900 soon: Kapil Sibal


Aakash2 to sell at Rs 1900 soon: Kapil Sibal
Tablet lovers, specially the students would soon be able to buy the Aakash 2 tablet at a price of Rs 1900 ($35). The current price of the tablet is $49. This was announced by the telecom minister Kapil Sibal on Wednesday at Reverse Buyer Seller Meet (RBSM) here organised by Telecom Equipment and Service Export Promotion Council.He said that Aakash has all the amenities of any modern tablet. ...

Tablet lovers, specially the students would soon be able to buy the Aakash 2 tablet at a price of Rs 1900 ($35). The current price of the tablet is $49.

This was announced by the telecom minister Kapil Sibal on Wednesday at Reverse Buyer Seller Meet (RBSM) here organised by Telecom Equipment and Service Export Promotion Council.

He said that Aakash has all the amenities of any modern tablet. "It performs the same function as a $150 tablet," Sibal said.

He said that next version of the tablet will also have Skype, an application used for making voice calls using Internet connection and does not necessarily require a SIM.

The government is in process to get Cabinet approval for manufacturing of 50 lakh units of Aakash tablet in India, Sibal said.

"A global tender for its production in the country will be floated then"

Earlier this month the much talked about tablet designed, developed and manufactured by DataWind Ltd. for supply to IIT Bombay was launched by the President Pranab Mukherjee.

DataWind is to supply 100,000 units of Aakash 2 to IIT Bombay, which intends to distribute them to Engineering University and College students.

Few days back an English daily had reported that DataWind founders and NRI brothers Suneet and Raja Singh Tuli may have procured these devices off-the-shelf from manufacturers in China for $42 ( Rs. 2,263 then), exactly the price at which they sold these to the Indian government.

But Tuli refuted this saying that for expediency sake it had the motherboards and kits manufactured in its Chinese subcontractor's facilities, and then the units have been 'kitted' in China at various manufacturers whereas the final assembly and programming has happened in India.



Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance demo coming to PSN and XBL in January 2013


Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance demo coming to PSN and XBL in January 2013
Konami has announced that the demo for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance that is bundled with the Zone of the Enders HD Collection will be seeing a standalone release.

Konami has announced that the demo for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance that is bundled with the Zone of the Enders HD Collection will be seeing a standalone release. According to a





Tuesday a rumour day for Kashmir of ‘cosmic rays’ via phone


Tuesday a rumour day for Kashmir of 'cosmic rays' via phone
Late on Tuesday night, residents across Kashmir scrambled to switch off their mobile phones. The reason was not pesky calls but another 'incoming' hazard: a rumour that harmful "cosmic rays" were going to enter Earth via the phones from Mars, and set off blasts. ...

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Late on Tuesday night, residents across Kashmir scrambled to switch off their mobile phones. The reason was not pesky calls but another 'incoming' hazard: a rumour that harmful "cosmic rays" were going to enter Earth via the phones from Mars, and set off blasts.

The government finally had to step in and make announcements on radio and television, threatening to book people spreading the rumour, to quell the panic.

It was around 10 pm that the buzz started, with people making frantic calls to friends, relatives and neighbours urging them to switch off their mobile phones as dangerous "cosmic rays" were headed for Earth. The news was attributed to not just the ever-reliable BBC but also the NASA. Soon, it had made its way to Facebook and Twitter.

Some people called up the J&K Disaster Management Cell and local media houses to check the veracity of the reports.

The rumour coincided with predictions that the world was going to end on December 12, citing the ancient Mayan calendar.

Amir Ali, coordinator of the Valley's Disaster Management Cell, said he received dozens of calls. "Many people were not ready to believe me," he said, adding that several told him they were being asked to switch off phones and leave them outside as these could blow up, causing deaths or injuries.

"I tried to assure people it could be a prank or a bid to steal mobile phones," he said. Ali even went to social networking sites to reiterate that it was all a rumour.

Student Sana Iqbal said a friend had called to urge her to switch off her mobile phone. Ashiq Ahmad received more than a dozen calls. "Initially, I also switched off my mobile, but then I checked the BBC site and there was no such news," he said.