Though we are not allowed to provide the contents of the Google Sniper system because of legal obligations, we are providing you with an overview of the course layout and the chapters thereby aiding your decision of buying it or not.
A researcher has used Japanese art of paper folding – origami – to build an inexpensive bacteria-powered battery made from paper.
Seokheun “Sean” Choi, a Binghamton University engineer, developed an inexpensive, bacteria-powered battery made from paper, he writes in the …
Bharti Airtel’s largest foreign investor with a stake of 32.34 percent, Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (SingTel), has asked its Indian Associate to lead the domestic market consolidation drive assuring every possible support for such moves.
Chairman of SingTel, Simon Israel, …
Narendra Modi is becoming more and more popular with the masses following his candidature as PM candidate in 2014 General Election and having already grabbed a whole lot of followers in the social networking space it seems that Gujarat CM is now set to rule the smartphone world as well.
Smartnamo, an independent smartphone maker group, has announced the launch of three smartphones – Smartnamo Saffron 1 (two variants) and Saffron 2.
Company’s Spokesperson confirmed the news saying that “All the three phones will be available in India online from this Sunday. The Saffron 2 will be available for ₹24,000.” Saffron 1 will feature 2 GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage and will be available for ₹23,000. The other version will come with 1 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage and will be priced at ₹18,000.
Samrtnamo Saffron 2 will have a 6.5 inch IPS display with 1,920 x 1,080 pixels resolution. The handset will feature Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean operating system, PowerVR SGX 544MP graphics processing unit, quad core processor of 1.5 GHz MTK6589T, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage, 5-megapixel front camera and a rear auto focus 13-megapixel camera.
The smartphone will also feature dual SIM capabilities, micro SD card slot, a 3150 mAh battery, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, FM Radio, HDMI Support, light, proximity and gravity sensor and microUSB 2.0.
Saffron 1 handset will also have the same features as of Saffron 2. The only difference between the two is the internal storage and RAM capacity of the handsets. Saffron 1 will have 1 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage as compared to Saffron 2’s 2 GB RAM and 32 GB storage.
Box today unveiled a new feature called ‘Box Notes’, which will rivals the services provided by Google Docs, Quip and Evernote, allowing the users to note down ideas and thoughts directly from within the storage platform’s framework.
Dubbed as an informal way to collaborate Box Notes is yet another product that intends to move users away from traditional software like Microsoft office and towards cloud based applications. ‘Notes’ is claimed to be a “super simple application,” that would allow for multiple users to work simultaneously. Box has ensured that security is at its best and users will be able to view at all times who all have access to the document at all times.
Unfortunately, the feature is not going to be available publicly as the official release is slated for a 2014 launch. Currently Notes is available in limited private beta mode for a selected few.
The entire concept of Box revolves around helping users to store their files in the cloud in a safe and secure manner eliminating the need of a hard drive. With tough competitors in the crowded cloud storage genre like Dropbox and Hightail, it won’t be easy for Box to stand alone trying to grab more and more market share for them.
Box is diving deeper into cloud storage services by providing innovation that helps its customers do more with the files stored on its servers.
As part of reorganization called on by Microsoft Corporation in July, the Windows 8 maker is on its way to axe jobs of dozens of freelance writers and contractors working at MSN.
A spokesperson from MSN confirmed the layoffs, …
Micromax released its Canvas Doodle 2 and it is by far the most expensive handset from the company surpassing the price of its flagship phone – the Canvas 4.
The smartphone does pack some interesting specifications like a 5.7-inch screen, …
Micromax has launched its most expensive smartphone yet – the Canvas Doodle 2, which it has priced at ₹19,900 – a whole ₹2,900 expensive than its recently released Canvas 4.
Powered by a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, the Canvas Doodle 2 …
With FreeBSD 9.2 RC2 out and final release slated for August 31, the distribution’s developers are already busy developing the next major version of the operating system – FreeBSD 10, which will pack quite a lot of interesting features.