Archive for August, 2012


Samsung ATIV S – First Windows 8 Phone

Samsung ATIV S is a new smart phone for both work and entertainment, offering a premium Windows Phone 8 experience.

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How Lithium-ion battery works

lithium-ion battery (sometimes Li-ion battery or LIB) is a family of rechargeable battery types in which lithium ions move from the negative electrode to the positive electrode during discharge, and back when charging. Li-ion batteries use an intercalatedlithium compound as the electrode material, compared to the metallic lithium used in thenon-rechargeable lithium battery.

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There is a rumor going around the talks that Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini and Galaxy S2 Plus will be arriving to the masses before the end of the year. Just what kind of hardware will we be able to find in these devices? For starters, the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini is said to be a competitor to the iPhone 4S from Apple, sporting a 5-megapixel camera, dual-core processor and a 4” Super AMOLED screen with WVGA resolution.

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Many Enterprises use  third party software’s to connect to their internal Organization Network if they are not at their work place. Employees use either Blackberry Phones to connect to the Internal Network through Blackberry private network OR Apple IPAD IPHONE, Android Phones through a software called GOOD.

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Now Android updates provided by Google Play don’t require users to download the full app again and again, only what’s changed.

Normally, when an update to an application comes out, the Play Store downloads it in full, which with large apps and slow connections can get quite painful (think 50MB+ sizes). Smart app updates, announced at an I/O session in June, was the solution. When enabled, only the incremental difference (a.k.a. the delta) between the old and new apks would be sent over the wire, thereby saving huge amounts of data for both Google and Play Store users.

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Recently a CAR with only two wheels was released, it was equipped with a set of electronic gyroscopes which help in balancing the car. It is a single capacity seated car with all the latest features embedded to it as usual as any other car, It is called the Lit -C1.

What is Gyroscope Technology

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Difference Between UPS and Inverters

UPS and inverters are back up power supplies during main power outage. In our daily lives, we are heavily dependent upon appliances that run on electricity such as fans, lights, AC, fridge, and so on. Whenever there is a power cut, electricity supply to these appliances is cut off and they stop working. However, if you have a backup supply in the form of devices such as UPS and inverter or generator, you can ensure uninterrupted supply of power to appliances to be not bothered with power cuts. However, people remain confused with the difference between a UPS and an inverter. This article will highlight the differences between these two devices so that you can make better use knowing their features.

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Nokia India is reportedly in talks with the Indian Metro Rail projects for NFC (Near Field Communication) based ticketing services. Nokia seems to be rolling up its sleeves to make sure NFC gets established in India. The company has partnered with PayMate and leading banks to ensure a smooth rollout. The NFC initiative seems to be a part of Nokia’s long term game plan in India because NFC enabled mobile phones are yet to find their way to Indian users.

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A good news to the Windows and Mac users…. you can have fun with android apps on Windows and IOS by using an application named ” BLUESTACKS” ….

Have you ever wanted to run the apps on your Android phone or tablet on your PC? Or would you like to use Android apps even if you don’t own an Android device? An innovative application, named BlueStacks, lets you do exactly this: With it, you can install and run Android apps on a Windows computer.

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Google Fiber is a project which uses fiber optic communication for broad band network and which offers an amazing speed of 1000 Mbps,almost 100 times faster than todays broad band speed. Google Fiber is both your Internet and TV.It brings together your devices and gives you the freedom to search ,record and save shows.

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