The digital arm and subsidiary of DB Corp (Dainik Bhaskar group), i-Media Corporation Limited (IMCL), is gearing up to launch two new websites. As per the afaqs,Gyan Gupta, business head, IMCL reveals that one will be an English language news portal and the other will be an education related website. Both sites are expected to go live by the end of this month. However, the URLs of these portals have not been finalised yet.
Have you ever thought that one fine day if you will have to interact with everything through ‘Touch’,no matter whether things are Touch sensitive or not ? Yes, that is very much possible now - Atleast for most of the things. A Futuristic interface through which people can interact with many things in life just by a single touch has been launched by a company recently.
This Aug 13th,2010,National Geographic Channel (NGC) expanded its reach to a wider audience in India by launching in Telugu, the official language of Andhra Pradesh. Nat Geo will enable a larger spectrum of viewers in one of the largest states of India to `Live Curious' in their own language. With a commitment of making documentaries that explore the modern world from a unique perspective,we hope National Geographic Channel would continue to create smart innovative entertainment for viewers who want to know more.
Skype, a software company which allows people to call over Internet, has filed for IPO. Skype which was aquired by eBay in 2005 and later sold to private investors last year is all set to re-emerge as its own public traded company. A VoIP service provider which has filed with SEC for its first public offer is expected to raise minimum $ 100 million through IPO.
After much of criticism, dialogs, allegations and many turning points Research in Motion (RIM), makers of BlackBerry, has cracked a deal with Saudi Arabia Regulatory Authority to ensure uninterrupted services for all Blackberry users in kingdom. With such agreement on Saturday RIM averted the possible ban on BlackBerry services due to accessibility issue on user's data.
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Things are not going in the BlackBerry way, at least for now. After a major setback in UAE and Saudi Arabia where BlackBerry services will no longer be available after 11 October, it's time for Indian BlackBerry customers who need to worry now. In a recent move BlackBerry expressed its inability to meet the demand by Indian Government saying no one including the company could access the encrypted data. With this statement BlackBerry hit the wall where services may be banned in India too.
Keeping national security as prime concern, United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) has announced today that BlackBerry's Email, web browsing and chat services will be terminated inside the country very soon. Within hours of such announcement Saudi Arabia also has joined the row and declared the suspension of BlackBerry services in the country. Since India shares the same mindset with UAE & Saudi Arabia over BlackBerry's operational model, there are high chances for India to take similar action towards RIM ( BlackBerry).
Can Cloud Computing drive the economic growth ? Yes, according to an annual study commissioned by Savvis Inc., a global leader in cloud infrastructure and hosted IT solutions for enterprises. 68 percent of IT and businesses decision makers feel that the flexibility of cloud computing could help organisations recover from the current global economic slowdown.
Cloud computing is one of the most talked about topics in the industry today. In general terms, cloud computing is delivering hosted services over the internet. Shared resources, software, and information are provided on demand just like an electricity grid. The name cloud computing was inspired by the cloud symbol that's often used to represent the Internet in flowcharts and diagrams.
Infosys Technologies ( NASDAQ : INFY ) has planned to launched a Social Networking Policy for all of its employees across the globe. This policy will protect the interest of company for any valuable information leaking or any personal attack towards company management through social networking websites like Twitter, Facebook, MySpace etc.
In my previous writeups on the format wars, all the competing formats that I have talked about have eventually gone the way of the dinosaurs. In this section however, we tackle the topic of the most recent format war between 2 competing high storage optical media. The tech blogosphere was abuzz about this fiercely competetive duel in the mid 2000s and it is fairly recently that a victor has emerged. Yes, we're talking about the now legendary Blu Ray vs HD DVD battle.
A car that also doubles up as a plane will soon be a reality. Massachussetts-based company Terrafugia has developed a car-plane and plans to deliver it to its customers by the end of 2011. Called the 'Transition', the car-plane recently cleared a major hurdle when regulator Federal Aviation Administration granted a special weight limit exemption to it, the company said.
As per the latest 2010 survey conducted by Great Place to Work Institute India, in partnership with The Economic Times for ‘Great Places to Work’, Top 50 companies in India have many new entries this time. Unlike few International brand names, many local & Indian based companies beaten MNCs and established itself as one of the best companies to work in India