Ultra low-cost Sakshat tablets set to take off

Multiple media reports suggest India’s ambitious ultra low-cost computing device “Sakshat” is finally going to arrive this month. The launch which was supposed to take place some six months ago hit several bottlenecks including an overhaul of the contract with the vendor. Continue reading

Gujarat youth electrocuted to death by phone

Dhanji Damor, a 25-year-old man from the Panchmahal district of Gujarat, died of electrocution after coming in contact with a Shanzai mobile phone. The bizarre incident took place when the deceased attempted to make a call when the phone was plugged in for charging. Soon after the shock he was rushed to the hospital where doctors declared him dead. Continue reading

MIT develope the inexpensive artificial leaf;

A team of researcher from MIT’s Nocera Lab, headed by Dr. Deniel Nocera, claim to have invented a durable artificial leaf using inexpensive and readily available materials and technology – therefore making it first practical artificial leaf technology. Continue reading

ISRO develops India’s fastest supercomputer

isro-fastest-compThe Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has built India’s fastest supercomputer in terms of theoretical peak performance —220 trillion floating point operations per second (FLOPS).

K. Radhakrishnan, ISRO Chairman, inaugurated the supercomputer, SAGA-220, at the newly established supercomputing facility, named after Satish Dhawan, of the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre here on Monday. Continue reading

The fastest way to transfer data, by INTEL

Intel discovered the fastest way of transferring data:- Intel discovered the fastest way o get information in and out of your PC and peripheral devices. At 10 Gbps, Thunderbolt™ technology gives you great responsiveness with high-speed data and display transfers in each direction—at the same time. With a single cable, connecting a PC to multiple devices is simple, making it easy to get and see what you want, when you want it. Thunderbolt technology gives you incredible flexibility; high performance expansion is just a cable away for new and novel uses, now and in the future. Continue reading

Samsung creates solar-powered 46-inch touchscreen TV

The initiative form Toshiba making the USB powered monitor, gives us a hint that technology trends are moving towards low power consumption products,while designing a gadget.A second display that fits in your laptop bag and needs no power cable and plug is an impressive achievement, but Samsung has set the bar even higher with its latest prototype TV. Continue reading

Trim Slice: A Tegra 2 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 PC

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New paltforms like Nvidia’s Tegra 2 are allowing for some very powerful tablets to appear on the market, usually running the Android OS. But Compulab has decided to use Nvidia’s platform to create a tiny, feature-packed desktop PC instead. Continue reading

Google Chrome 11 beta lets you talk to your computer

With the constant competition among browsers,specially Firefox and Chrome. it’s inevitable that any one of them release a new version with a lots more advance and interesting features.Well with the recent release of Firefox 4, with new stunning looks more compact user interface and more features making it worth using, but the Chrome 11 beta wouldn’t let Firefox draw all the attention as it comes with some really interesting and useful features. Continue reading

iRobot Scooba 230 floor washing robot

Back in January iRobot announced two new models. One of them was the Roomba 700, an upgrade to the popular vacuum line, and the other was the Scooba 230. The Scooba is a floor washing robot and the undersized number seems to be in place because of the miniature size of the bot. Designed to clean in tight places the Scooba 230 is about half the size of a standard Roomba. In fact it’s just 6.5-inches in diameter and 4-inches tall. Continue reading

Samsung 8.9 inch Galaxy Tab


Samsung who has already discussed the merits of 10.1″ Galaxy tab,with lots more spec but they maay be keen to put all the features in a little smaller box.
As we reported last month, Samsung is set to release an Android 3.0 8.9″ tablet which would in my eyes be the perfect size to compete with the iPad. The rumors suggested it would be released in March, and this could well be the case as Samsung is attending CTIA (Wireless event held at the Orange County Convention Center) today and they are thought to be unveiling the mid-range tablet.
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