Sunday, September 15, 2013


Jump from one situation to another situation.

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Saturday, September 7, 2013

This Week: Tech News at glance

XOLO heats up tablet race, launches Xolo Tab with 3G video calling for Rs 13499

 The tablet race in the Indian market seems to be heating up with another Indian handset maker deciding to enter the tablet market


90% of mobile internet users in India are men, Mobile advertising to grow 43%




Audi Introduces A4 in the market:  

KOLKATA: Audi, the German luxury car manufacturer, has introduced the powerful new 177 hp Audi A4 with Audi Drive Select. The car is priced around Rs 32 lakh

HTC, Tata Docomo team up to launch smartphones :
Taiwanese handset maker HTC today said it has partnered with mobile operator Tata Docomo, wherein they will jointly launch a range of smartphones at different price points, including dual-sim HTC One, over the next five months.

Apple ready to ship iPhones to China Mobile: WSJ
China's biggest mobile carrier looks set to sell Apple's iPhone, hugely increasing the California-based company's distribution in the world's largest smartphone market, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday



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Samsung VS Sony

Samsung Surface Pro 2 vs Sony Vaio Tap 11 fight inevitabe 

IFA 2013 is underway and there is unprecedented enthusiasm surrounging it. Japanese tech giant Sony’s Vaio Tap 11 vs Samsung Surface Pro 2 fight inevitable. Besides Tap 11, Sony launched two other great products
Along with its flagship cameraphone the Xperia Z1, Sony has surfaced three brilliant PC products at IFA 2013. The first one is the Sony Vaio Tap 11, a slimline Windows 8 tablet that can strongly fight Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet. It touts a detachable battery-powered keyboard, meaning that you can use it as both a tablet and notebook, at the same time.
The Vaio Tap features a FullHD 11.6-inch display and an active stylus. It is built around brushed aluminum. The device also features an integrated IR blaster so that you can control TV sets with the tablet. Micro HDMI and microSD are also there. Sporting an 11.6-inch display, it is a little bit larger than Surface Pro.
The Vaio Fit is the next PC product from Sony. It is a series of three Intel laptops with flipping features. Basically, the Fit is a hybrid machine that can act as a tablet also, flipping the screen back to the laptop. Under the hood, the Vaio Fit is up with a variety of processors up to Core i7 and it comes in 13.3-inch, 14-inch and 15.5 inch models.
Finally, there is a massive tablet called the Vaio Tap 21, which is a new upgrade to the last year IFA’s Tab 20. The new huge screen tablet from Sony mounts a 21.5-inch Full HD display and is made of aluminum finish different from its original model. It also has a big improvement in screen resolution and is powered by the latest edition of Intel Haswell processors to provide better power and stability.
Sony is about to take all these devices to stores. Meanwhile, the tech market is really frenzy about Sony’s flagship Xperia Z1 cameraphone. It has a gigantic 20.7MP camera and 5-inch FullHD display among many other high-end features.

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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Best Affordable Quad-Core Phones in India

Smart phones are very useful in our daily life. Where the range is from 5000 - 40000 INR. Depending on futures we can select our phone within the BUDGET.

Karbonn Titanium S5

Price: 11, 990

Karbonn Titanium S5 has a quad core heart with a speed of 1.2 GHz. Supplementing the processor is a 1GB RAM, which makes sure all your tasks are completed at lightning speeds, whether it be smoothly running high-definition games or opening multiple apps at a time.  The newbie is competing with the Micromax A116 Canvas HD.

The dual SIM device runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with one SIM supporting 3G and other for 2G. The 5 inch qHD IPS multitouch screen along with an 8 MP rear camera, 2 MP front camera, 4 GB of internal storage and a 2000mAh battery package makes the phone well worth for the price.

Intex Aqua Wonder

Price: 9, 590

The Intex Aqua Wonder powered by quad core processor comes with a 4.5 inch IPS panel display with qHD of 960*540 pixel resolution. Even though it doesn’t reach up to Karbonn or Micromax, it is considered to be the second cheapest quad core phone and possess the similar features as some of the costlier phones.

It is equipped with 1.2GHz quad core processor coupled with 512MB RAM with an internal storage of 4 GB which can be further expanded to 32GB via microSD card. It has an 8MP rear camera, with features like autofocus and dual LED flash as well as 2MP front camera for video calling. Powered by 1800mah battery, it offers 3.5 hours of talk time.

Zen Ultrafone 701HD

Price: Rs 11,999

Zen Ultrafone 701 HD is made of 5-inch capacitive touchscreen and boasts of a 720p resolution for its visuals. It runs 4.2 version of Android Jelly Bean OS, and is powered by a 1.2GHz quad core processor and 1GB RAM and equipped with an 8MP primary camera and a 3.2MP secondary snapper, apart from which potential buyers will be able to spot 4GB of internal hoarding capacity and a microSD card slot which expands storage up to 32GB.

It includes connectivity features such as 3G, Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth, apart from a dual-SIM functionality that has been a customary aspect for most of the recently launched Smartphones.

Micromax Canvas HD A116

Price: 14,499

Micromax’s latest sensation, Canvas HD has reportedly started shipping after the delay of almost a month. Among all others in the list, this phone is apparently the hot favorite of gadget fans now.

Like others, it also carries MediaTek's MT6589 Quad-core processor of 1.2GHz accompanied by 1GB RAM. The 5-inch IPS Capacitive Touch Screen with a 1280*720 pixel resolution renders a crisp display with good viewing angles. The dual SIM Smartphone has an 8MP camera with LED flash on the back and a 2MP snapper in the front.

The price of this Android Jelly Bean phone has been raised from 13, 990 to 14,499 recently. Yet there is no signs of any slowdown in demand and the coming days will prove whether the manufacturer will be able to resolve the shipping problems.

WickedLeak Wammy Titan II

Price: 13,990

WickedLeak, a not-so-popular mobile manufacturer is lately earning fame by giving tough competition to manufacturers who offer low cost high performing devices. The Wammy Titan 2 phablet is a hot topic among the gadget freaks who looks for a better device irrespective of the brand name.

The Wammy Titan II, an upgraded version of the first Wammy Titan, comes with MediaTek's MTK 6589 quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz. A PowerVR SGX544 GPU and 1 GB of RAM assure that your graphic-filled games will run smoothly. The 5.3-inch display has a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels.

The device which runs on Android version 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is upgradable to v4.2, according to the company. A 12 MP primary camera along with 5 MP secondary one make sure your photographic-requirements are attended properly.

The entire package along with a big 2300mAh battery comes at a handy price of 13,990, which seems more than worth.

Xolo Q800

Price: 12,499

Launched at 12,499, Xolo Q800 is probably the toughest contender in this list. Equipped with a MediaTek MT6589 1.2GHz quad core processor, the phone is powerful enough to tame whatever comes in its way. A PowerVR SGX544 GPU along with 1 GB of RAM supports the smooth operations.

Unlike its 5 inch counterparts, Q800 sports a 4.5 inch screen which is easy for single handed use. The IPS display has a resolution of 960x540 pixels. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean runs the dual SIM device and for camera lovers, there is an 8MP from camera and 1.2MP secondary one. The device is powered by a 2100 mAH battery.

With its Q, A and intel atom powered X series of Smartphones, the Indian manufacturer is trying to get a portion of mid-range Smartphone market.

Zopo ZP980

Price: Rs 12,500

Zopo mobiles, a Chinese manufacturer has just started its venture in India with its ZP890. It has a 5-inch Full HD screen with Corning Glass 2 with a resolution of 1920*1080 pixel resolution, pwered by a Mediatek quad-core MT6589 processor with a support of 1GB RAM. The Smartphone also houses a 13-MP rear camera as well as 5MP front camera and runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system.

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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Pinterest joins billion dollar network club

The addiction to Pinterest has the start-up valued at $1.5 billion, Facebook's co-founder is under attack from senators for dropping his citizenship, and Twitter supports the Do-Not-Track browser feature.
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Monday, April 18, 2011

Be careful Content farming websites!!

An official Google Blog titled: "Finding more high-quality sites in search" written on February 24th, by Matt Cutts and Amit Singhal, announced a significant change in Google’s rankings of Web pages in search results. The blog post stated that this new algorithm update would "noticeably impact 11.8% of Google’s queries."
Referred to as the "Farmer Update" Google was true to its word and that the update seems to have affected many sites search engine rankings. It was pretty clear from the beginning that the new Google algorithm update was targeting content farms, duplicate content and weak or spun content. The big question now is: "Who did it affect?"
Preliminary reports show that sites with a high amount of blatant advertising or those which had a high percentage of obtrusive advertising material seemed to have dropped significantly in rankings. Site that had good layout and design, were of high quality, or considered “attractive” seemed to be the winners. One does have to consider how an algorithm can differentiate a "good" site, opposed to a poor looking or "ugly" site. This one does seem pretty ambiguous as a ranking factor.
Low quality content from user generated content sites, site with content designed to create backlinks and Article Sites such as EzineArticles, Hubpages and Buzzle all lost out. Sites that produced more authentic content or not intended for SEO or link building seemed to have fared better (LinkedIn, Facebook, DailyMotion). Articles have been a major source of link building for many SEO companies for years. This change is forcing SEOs to reevaluate content driven link building strategies for their clients.
Sites that focused on quality content that was usable and valuable did well (Huffington Post for example), whereas sites that were rich in content but was not determined to be user-friendly, or easily readable lost out. This is another indication that Google is continuing to level the playing field by trying to remove the SERPs of webspam and low value content sites.
Certainly other signals were used in the new algorithm to measure the relative success of a site based upon other quality indicators. Signals such as usage statistics; time on site, click-through and bounce rates and page load speed seem to have been employed.
Indicators such as the analysis of the content for readability, for uniqueness and relevancy, as well as for visual attractiveness, all seem to have been additional factors used in determining the overall quality score that has affected so many websites rankings in Google.
Google has always stated that content is king. By focusing on quality over quantity, Google hopes to combat the problem of webspam that has permeated the search results for so long. I applaud Google’s efforts to rid the SERPs of webspam, but I am left with the thought that all the wild fluctuations we are experiencing could have been greatly reduced. With some initial planning and foresight, Google could have greatly reduced the manipulation of the SERPs by users trying to game the search results in their favor.
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