Bharti Airtel launched ‘mEducation’, providing access to a range of mobile education services such as English lessons, exam preparation and career advice.The platform allows Airtel customers across India to easily access various education services including courses for language skills, entrance exam preparation and career counseling from universities and professors in India.
LG has launched its latest flagship smartphone in Seoul, South Korea and the device may soon arrive in other markets. This device is the Optimus G, which the company recently unveiled during IFA 2012.The Optimus G is an Android 4.0 ICS based device, and it is powered by Qualcomm’s Fusion 3 chip which includes a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro SoC. It additionally includes 2GB of RAM and features a 4.7-true HD IPS Plus display with a 1280x768 resolution and a pixel density of 320ppi.The Optimus G further includes a 13 megapixel BSI sensor with an f/2.4 autofocus lens and dual LED flash.
Posted by Sinoj Mathew at Thursday, September 20, 2012
GoDaddy, one of the world's biggest Internet hosting companies and website registration companies, blamed technical problems for a nearly six-hour service disruption that affected some of its more than 10 million customers on Monday.Sporadic outages throughout the day were caused by "a series of internal network events" that corrupted data in the company's networking equipment, interim Chief Executive Scott Wagner said in a statement.Go Daddy spokeswoman Elizabeth Driscoll declined to say how many customers had been affected by the outage.
Posted by Sinoj Mathew at Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Google today announced the availability of two new features for Google Maps in India - turn-by-turn voice-guided driving directions through Google Maps Navigation (Beta) and live traffic information for several major cities.Now, users in India will be able to access free voice-guided GPS navigation on their Android smartphones and view live traffic information on desktop and mobile devices.
Posted by Sinoj Mathew at Thursday, September 06, 2012
Today, Microsoft officially releases Windows Server 2012, the first of its latest wave of new operating systems. It shares a few things with the upcoming Windows 8 client operating system, including the same Windows NT 6.2 kernel, and the same Metro and Desktop split-personality graphical interface—at least if you choose to install it. It also shares the same sort of cloud-centric focus as the Windows 8 client—except rather than just connecting to cloud services, Server 2012 is intended to be the building block for them.
Posted by Sinoj Mathew at Wednesday, September 05, 2012