JAIPUR: The Congress is now relying and focusing more on Rahul Gandhi. This fact was proved when Congress made a generational shift as Rahul Gandhi formally named as Congress vice-president of the party leaving no ambiguity that he would be its prime ministerial candidate for 2014. The Congress on Saturday appointed Rahul Gandhi, party vice-president endorsing a demand from a cross-section of the 127-year-old organisation [Read more…]
Indian Chess Master and World Champion Viswanathan Anand scored an emphatic victory over world number two Levon Aronian of Armenia after the fourth round of the Tata Steel chess tournament. Anand crushed Aronian to jump to joint lead .
Anand is not having a good experience in the past seven months since winning the world championship match last May but this win has prove as a big relief in the early stages of the first super tournament of the year and the way it came left all chess buffs awestruck. [Read more…]
Kolkata: A centre of excellence specialising in reading space weather conditions to help air traffic on polar routes would come up here by the middle of this year, the first of its kind in the country.
“It will be a centre of excellence in space sciences. The centre’s main thrust will be on areas of space weather especially weather in the solar system and gravitational physics,” its coordinator, scientist Dibyendu Nand. [Read more…]
Microsoft is the dream company for many of us, specially for computer engineers. To be a part of this glorious organization is considered as a highest achievement. At the age when children like to see cartoon movies and use to play sports and games and nobody even think about the studies. There is one someone special who use computers as their passion to do something differently instead of playing games. Yes talking about this special personality, there’s a 9-year-old boy from India that not only could show most people how to use Windows 8 but a whole lot more as well. [Read more…]
Sounds odd…!!!! Isn’t it??? Here’s something for you….
Everybody on this earth, at some point of life would wish for a total recall- i.e. remember with clarity, every detail of the events of one’s life. But surely there will come a day when all of our life’s memories are digitally preserved.
For such people, Martin Kallstrom, is building a device, Memoto, a Stockholm-based startup inspired by the Quantified Self movement, is taking a stab at this opportunity with a postage-sized camera that wearers will carry around with them constantly. This device will document every point of your life in intervals of 30 seconds and will support you to records your entire life. [Read more…]
This concept is widely accepted on a very large scale. In a traditional or fat-client environment, applications are stored locally, and data is stored centrally. Whenever we have to open a file, the entire file is transferred to the local PC, with the results being saved back across the LAN/WAN to the central storage area. Server/client architecture handle this process slightly differently, but processing still takes place at the local PC. [Read more…]
NEW DELHI: Samsung is catching the interest of one and all. Samsung Germany has sent invites for an upcoming device being. This invite says “So big can be small and so small can be big” and “Get ready for a little sensation” in German. According to reports, Samsung Mobile’s press invite shows the ‘S’ logo from the Galaxy S III and carries some hidden clues which together indicate that the company might launch a smaller-sized Samsung phone Galaxy S III Mini on October 11,2012. [Read more…]
Bangalore: India’s advanced GSAT-10 communication satellite was successfully launched on board Ariane-5 rocket from Europe’s spaceport in French Guiana in South America and declared the launch of Indian space agency’s 101st space mission a success.
GSAT-10, with a design life of 15 years is expected to augment telecommunication, direct-to-home broadcasting and radio navigation services services by adding 30 more to the much-in-demand transponder capacity, now hit by a crunch. [Read more…]