Wednesday, July 25, 2012
The coming together of the real and the virtual in everyday life is where the technology is headed at. One of the latest Open Source project from Google is the Interactive Spaces.
India’s second largest mobile operator, Reliance Communications takes a giant jump to offer new Unlimited Plans for its high end GSM, 3G and CDMA postpaid customers across all circles. These new plans will include Unlimited Voice calls (Local/STD) to any network, Unlimited SMSes and Unlimited Data (2G/1X CDMA and 3G) with FUP on usage while in Home circle as well as National Roaming.
Reliance Communications (Rcom) introduces three Unlimited plans – first plan comes at monthly rental of Rs. 899 and offers Unlimited Local and STD calls to any network from Home Network (FUP 6000 min/month) and available for both CDMA and GSM customers.The second plan comes for Rs. 1299 offers Unlimited Local STD and Roaming calls, SMS and Data usage (2G or CDMA1X) to both CDMA and GSM customers across all circles.
Google has now added a visual interface for its built-in calculator function, which shows 34 buttons.
Panasonic has announced the PTDZ21K Series, its new flagship 20,000 lumen 3-chip DLP projectors. The series consists of PT-DZ21K with WUXGA (1,920 x 1,200) resolution and 20,000 lumens of brightness, PTDS20K with SXGA+ (1,400 x 1,050) resolution and 20,000 lumens of brightness and PTDW17K with WXGA (1,366 x 768) resolution and 16,500 lumens of brightness.
The Gogh will have a dedicated camera button and will come with NFC for your connectivity needs. A couple of leaked pictures also show that it comes pre installed with Google Wallet. However, the pictures do show a different font, icon set and skin, something we feel is more similar to their Bada skin rather than their Android skin. Either way, from what has been revealed, the phone is thicker yet smaller than HTC’s flagship device, the One X. It looks like a metal finish but chances are high that it could just be brushed plastic more than anything else.
Apple Inc. will release its new operating system for Mac computers on Wednesday, with features borrowed from mobile devices and a tighter integration with online file storage. Dubbed Mountain Lion, the new software narrows the gap between the PC and phone software packages, making Mac personal computers work more like iPhones and iPads.
The mobile app Friday integrates itself with the Android OS on a very deep and intricate level to derive the content created by the user. Dexetra has also deployed its proprietary algorithms to understand and store the content in such a way that it becomes easier for the Application to fetch the information as and when it is required.
Apart from this, Dexetra will be soon unveiling something called ‘applets’, which are essentially independent apps, that can separately installed onto the phone but those apps use the information created by friday to make the phone smarter.