Category: Communications

ISRO awaits for Historic 100th mission

The Indian Space Research Organisation is prepared for its 100th mission on 9th September 2012 with the commercial launch of two foreign satellites from the spaceport of Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.

ISRO plans to launch 720-kg SPOT-6 remote sensing satellite from France (built by ASTRIUM SAS) and a 15-kg Japanese spacecraft Protiers on board the home-grown Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C21) tomorrow, in a major milestone of sorts.

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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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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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A Radio Frequency (RF) Jammer is a device used to disrupt or prevent communication via a broadcasted RF signal. Cell phone jammers work by creating a “dead zone” in the immediate vicinity of the device, which temporarily blocks the signals that make cell phone transmission possible. Most commercially marketed cell phone jammers are small enough to fit in the palm of a hand or in a pocket. The tradeoff is that their range is limited to an average 50 to 80 feet. Larger and more powerful cell phone jammers have a range that can be measured in miles. Read more to know how is jamming done and components used to make a jammer.

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Many of the Multi national companies including Franklin Templeton, Infosys etc., are using Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 because of its flexibility to share data, organise sites and group members into a single platform.

Key Features include

  1. Collaboration
  2. Portal
  3. Search
  4. Content management
  5. Business forms
  6. Business intelligence


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Google Input Tools

Google has yet again come up with a new concept for making our communication much easier though the world is of many diversified cultures, people follow different languages…. So to avoid any communication gap Google provides you with Google Input Tools….

Want to join the Google+ conversation with your Hindi-speaking friends?

Need to reply to an e-mail in Chinese?

Required to enter your name in Cyrillic letters on your visa application?

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Nokia Lumia 610

Nokia Finally Understands the Public demand for Smart Phones at a lesser price and brings down its series of Lumia ( Windows OS ) Phone to a cheaper price by releasing its new product LUMIA 610 which is priced at a much lower price than its   former Series phones….

As we all know that Nokia is facing a very tough competition from Android Smart Phones, It is more focusing to get smart phones at a cheaper price…. 

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Google has unveiled its first own branded tablet,NEXUS 7.Made by the Taiwanese company Asus,it runs the latest  Android,version 4.1 also known as JELLY BEAN. The 7-inch (17.8cm) Nexus tablet features a quad-core CPU (central processing unit) and a 12-core GPU (graphics processing unit).Having so many cores means the machine can ramp up its processing power when dealing with complicated graphics or running several programs at once, but can use less at other times to extend battery life.It is a similar size to Amazon’s tablet and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 7.0.It has got a scratch resistant Corning glass and front facing 1.2 mega pixel camera .

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KeyLogger – A Threat

Keystroke logging (often called keylogging or “keyloggers”) is the action of tracking (or logging) the keys struck on a keyboard, typically in a covert manner so that the person using the keyboard is unaware that their actions are being monitored. There are numerous keylogging methods, ranging from hardware and software-based approaches to electromagnetic and acousticanalysis.

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