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RCom to launch IPTV services across Mumbai & Delhi !


One of the largest Mobile service provider in india, Reliance Communications ( RCom) hs planned to launch Internet Protocol Television services ( IPTV) in Mumbai & Delhi in next 3 months, a top official informed.

“We plan to start our proposed IPTV service initially in Delhi and Mumbai in the next three months. In the second phase, we also have plans to introduce it in six other cities,” RCom’s chief executive officer (DTH and IPTV) Sanjay Behl said.

IPTV operates on video signals received via the net, using a set-top box that will make TV viewing more interactive, Mr Behl said.

Moreover, IPTV will offer the largest library of national, international and regional video content, such as, movies and music, among others. Besides, customers can have a choice of over hundred TV channels, including high-definition (HD) channels and exclusive Reliance channels, Mr Behl said.

IPTV uses standard networking protocols, which promises lower costs for operators and lower prices for users. Using set-top boxes with broadband internet connections, video can be streamed to households more efficiently than current coaxial cable.

In the past, MTNL and BSNL have launched IPTV. The Asia-Pacific IPTV market revenues are projected to cross the $3-billion mark by 2013.

A Cool Google Goggles Mobile technology !


Very cool technology by Google called Goggles was announced today for the Android phones and is available. The just released version 1.1 is immediately available for the Android phones.

The application is capable of translating foreign language text and can identify objects based on the pictures taken. Simply launch the Google Goggles application, take a picture of the text (on a menu, for example), and then Google will provide the option to translate.

Goggles is also offered in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish and more languages are to be included soon.

The Android 1.6 and new smartphones support Google Goggles. This is one of the few very interesting Android Apps that has gain so much media attention and the Android OS itself is ganing much attention recently as it competes head on with Apple’s iPhone OS and also Windows mobile

You can visit the website at http://www.google.com/mobile/goggles/#landmark

Fizzik: A new baby in the world of browser !


You don’t see many startups these days trying to innovate with new Internet browsers. After all, that’s an area dominated by the likes of Microsoft, Google, Mozilla and Apple. So, I was immediately intrigued when I bumped into a new browser which not only provides you all the features available with most of the browsers these days, but goes miles away in terms of multi tasking and smoothness. While exploring further about the company, named  Spry Hive Industries, I found that team of ex-Microsoft workers have built a new browser called Fizzik, which is entering a public beta today. Here’s the demo

As you can see in the video, the most interesting feature is the split-screen functionality which integrates content from YouTube, Twitter or other content sources. Is that enough to win you over?

Another amazing video ad from Google for Crome !


Monitoring Googles‘ advertising initiatives from last few months. On closely monitoring of the same, it seems that google has gone way long in terms of talking and promoting their products to handle their arch rival Microsoft. Here comes a latest Google Crome ad with excellent sense and humor :

India may have internet domain names in 7 local languages by the end of 2011


India plans to have internationalised domain names (IDN) on internet in seven local languages — Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, Urdu, Tamil, Telugu and Gujarati — by the end of 2011. Once implemented, this would see the present country code ‘.in’ being replaced with ‘.bharat’. IDNs are currently available only in Latin characters, the script in which English and most other European languages are written.

The department of information technology (DIT), government of India, will soon submit its proposal to US-based Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a non-profit organisation responsible for managing the internet’s domain name system.

According to DIT senior director Govind, at present only 10 per cent of India’s total population knows English and only English speaking population can access the internet. The country has currently 81 million internet users out of which only 8.1 million are broadband customers.

“Considering the population of the country, the number is not satisfactory. Once the domain name is available in regional languages, it will not only help the masses in sharing information but also help in internet proliferation even in remote corners of the country,” Govind has said.

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Why Intel Will Be a Mobile Loser


Intel, as it’s wont to do, overnight made a splashy unveiling of a new family of processors: the Atom Z6xx series, whose chips are much more powerful than current versions but consume less power. Why the hoopla?

  Apparently these chips, which run at over 1.5 GHz, can be used to power not only smartphones but also tablets. So as I usually do when a public company announces major news, I checked Intel’s stock price in pre-market trading: largely unchanged from its closing price the day before. If this was supposed to be such a big deal, why was the market ignoring it, and responding by shrugging its proverbial shoulders?

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Amazing Facts and Figures : You must know !


Its been said that learning never ends and one can keep on earning more if he keep on learning more. The more you have IQ, more you can engage and attrasct people. Few facts and Figures which you must know: