Rani and Shahid’s Jodi

September 8, 2009 by  
Filed under Bollywood News

The most interesting thing I have found in Bollywood is that each time you Rani and Shahidopen news, you are sure to have ‘jodis’ and ‘scandals’ and yes, ‘denying of scandals too’. Today, I am going to discuss a versatile Bollywood ‘jodi’ in which the ‘joda’ consists of 1 chora who is Shahid Kapoor and 1 chorri which is Rani Mukherjee. Shahid and Rani are doing a film named ‘Dil Bole Hadippa’. The film actress Rani Mukherjee is very excited about the Jodi and says that our Jodi is cool! Although, it must be a hot jodi but Rani says its cool because of her own reasons, after all she is 31.5 years old while Shahid boy is just 28.6 years. Rani and Shahid are not together for the first time, they also had a Pepsi commercial back in times when Shahid was not considered a Bollywood star. The movie ‘Dil Bole Hadippa’ is a Yash Raj film and the story of the movie is quite interesting. Amazingly, Rani is playing ‘Sardarji’ role in the movie which perfectly matches her acting talent. She is shown as a village girl who has developed extreme passion for cricket to the extent that she wants to join the national cricket team. Shahid Kapoor inspired by her talents, gives her opportunity and obviously, the

Bollywood thing, they fall in love.

Asha says still lot to do

September 8, 2009 by  
Filed under Celebrities

Asha Bhosle, the legendary singer whose voice echoes in both India and Pakistan has turned to 76 now. She recently celebrated her birthday at L’il Champs. Asha started her career as a singer in 1943 and has offered her services as a playback singer in over 1000 Bollywood movies. With over 12,000 songs sung, the singer is considered to be one of the most versatile in South Asia. Although she has grown old and has Asha Bhoslemany accomplishments till yet but still she seeks a new world undiscovered by her yet. She says that there is still a lot more to do and she denies the fact that she has really grown old. She says that she’ll grow old when music will be out of her life. Asha has increasing desire to go abroad and sing for them. Plan to enter a TV show also includes in her wish list. The singer has restaurants in Dubai as well and she says that she would have become a cook if she was not a singer. During her birthday event, Asha said that she still misses her late husband R.D Burman who also was a big name in Indian music composers.

Mozilla announces emblem design competition

September 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Mobiles

Mozilla, the leading browser company across the globe is now introducing Firefox Logomobile version of Firefox. The creative community of Mozilla needs to make a powerful emblem for the mobile version. The emblem will be used as an image to represent in promotional campaigns of Firefox’s mobile version. Firefox says that they don’t need a logo in actual and the old and beautiful Firefox logo will be used as it is. The competition is highly competitive and graphic designers from all over the world are accepting the challenge to make a logo that could represent the values, services and strength of Firefox. The work will be submitted as a high quality JPEG or PNG image. Special care must be taken to preserve the work and layers as well. The image must use the abstract concepts that a mobile phone browser must provide like convenience, one click access, integrated search engine etc. Participators must also provide with caption of images they submit. It will definitely help them to win votes.

Benefits of mobile OS like Symbian

September 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Mobiles

Over the past 10 years, user ship of mobile phones has increased rapidly.  10 Nokia Phoneyears before, expected mobile phones to have good voice quality. Now mobile users have tremendous desires associated with mobile phone. Today we prefer mobile phone or handheld devices that offer services like mobile banking, Facebook integration, weather updates and much more. These services are very easy to provide with mobile phones having OS like Symbian OS, Android, Windows Mobile and other such OS which provide immense scalability and users can do much more with them. Currently, Symbian OS is the leading software platform used in mobile devices. Windows Mobile is used in Smartphones like iMate. These softwares are compatible with many mobile phones and provide easier use of mobile. Nokia is the largest manufacturer of Symbian OS phones and there are thousands of Symbian developers in the world who have contributed many well written and useful applications. Symbian OS Series 60 was very famous and still some phones of Nokia N series use it.

Nokia getting rid of Symbian OS

September 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Mobiles, Technology

Nokia is the founder of Symbian OS and also its biggest promoter. But now Symbian OSNokia has decided not to use Symbian OS in its further mobile phone devices. Nokia is backing off from Symbian OS because users have criticized a lot about slow operation and same old GUI (Graphical User Interface). Nokia has found other alternatives like Maemo OS that Nokia is using in its Internet Tablets. Symbian OS was a great platform with series like S60, S40, and UIQ etc. Symbian OS has been extensively used in many Nokia mobile phones but almost all Symbian phones are slow and become a victim of many problems. The recent phones that Nokia made like Nokia 5800 and N97 were not able to
capture the market and Nokia being the market leader can’t afford inadequate services to its customers. The Symbian OS was not the first OS to be used in handheld devices, but it was the most popular. Many third party applications were available for the Symbian OS which will definitely not supported by Maemo OS. The new Nokia phones will be better in response time, application flexibility and user interface. The downfall of Symbian market will surely pose threats to Symbian developers.

Telecom Boosters are safe – PTA

September 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Technology

The chairman PTA Dr Mohammed Yasin directed PTA to collaborate with PTA LogoFAB (Frequency Allocation Board) to check the power omission from transmitters and BST’s (Base Station Transceivers). The survey was conducted in 11 major cities of Pakistan including Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Faisalabad, Mirpur, Muzzafarabad, Quetta, Abbotabad, Rawalpindi, Hyderabad and AJK (Azad Jammu and Kashmir). Special tools were used to check that whether frequency and power emissions are as per directions or not. The result of survey depicted that power omissions in BST’s is quite less than the limits set by ICNRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection) and WHO (World Health Organization).  The survey was carried out because of extensive health threats posed by harmful radiations emitted by transmitters and other industry specific equipment. PTA says it will constantly scrutinize the power omission levels to ensure safety.

England’s town got cyber crimes

September 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Technology

The UK has become the land of cyber crimes. Almost 16m Euros were lost by ShildonSouth-east London in the previous year. Shildon is a small town in the county of Durham and statistics say that it is home of internet crime. The Third Man, a security company revealed that 24% of deliveries made in the area were fraudulent. It is said that Beds, Mobile Phones and Laptops are among the favorite stolen items. Mostly the fraud is done by hackers who hack the credit card information of credit card users and exploit that information to buy items. Official authorities say that Beds are favorite items for criminals because mostly criminals come from abroad and they need bed as a very first
necessity. Durham police investigations are not public because they are directed to report to the banks before making any proceedings. The Third Man says that just one or two persons are responsible for all the terrible happening. A crackdown operation is ongoing to catch the criminals. Online banking has become very insecure and people are losing confidence in it. A lady was caught red handed in Shildon who was sending fraudulently purchased items to criminals in Nigeria. The population of Shildon is just 10,000 but the area has become a headache for security agencies.

Computer has become lawyer

September 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Technology

Another breakthrough has been made in the field of Computer Science. European Scientists have made a computer named ALIS that is a ‘legal analysis query engine’. It is a perfect assistant for legal rules. The engine includes concepts of Artificial Intelligence, Game Theory and Semantics (contextual understanding) to provide assistance to legal matters. This time, the system is typically working for IPR (Intellectual Property Rights). The system is amazing; it not only offers advice but also given suggestions for conflict resolution and let both parties to hold consensus on certain terms. The concepts of Game Theory used in ALIS are vital for its decision making power. The system will help in understanding and uniform application of IPR and regulations like DRR (Digital Rights Regulation) which are becoming complex to understand day by day. Scientists are very hopeful about the huge success of this project. If ALIS becomes a successful lawyer than more projects will be made by Computer Scientists. More information can be obtained from www.alisproject.eu .

Does Google know you?

September 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Technology

One of the greatest traffickers of information is Google. It has a magical Googlesearch box that gives you whatever you want (conditions apply). Ironically saying, Google’s search box is a rabbit hole that goes deeper than you can imagine. If I had to make an abstract relationship diagram between cyber world’s information and its access, I would simply draw the globe and connect it to the Google search box via a line. So, Google knows everything and when it doesn’t know something, that thing either doesn’t exist or its
existence is oblivious to the world. Sometimes, I write my name in search box and search out whether I am known to the world or not. And alas! I don’t find myself there (because my name is too much common). I don’t find a single web page where somebody has written about me or my article is published. Whatsoever, the rule is simple, just write your name in Google search box and see the results. If you find yourself out there with some relevant prominence, you’re not a local person. But being on Google doesn’t mean that you find some pages of Orkut or Facebook where somebody has written you a scrap. Rather, it means that either somebody has written your biography in Wikipedia or some website has acknowledged your talents and they have admired you. People have discussed you on discussion boards or have made a fan club of you. The cyber world has introduced the concept of “Global Village” and has unified the still existing diversity in a wire. Now, almost everything can be searched out by search engines. Knowledge and information has become boundless and more saturation in its dispersion is observed. And those who don’t contribute into cyber world positively, they must break the ice. The world is much competitive now and we’re living in an age of exponential growth. Do you know that a when a graduate earns degree, the course he read in the first year of study may probably obsolete.  Today our graduate has much more knowledge in one year than a person in ancient times has its entire life. If in this advance era, people can’t find you on internet.

Freelancing and its scope

September 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Technology

A 9 to 5 job is not suitable for professionals whose work requires Freelancingbrainstorming of not more than an hour or so. Also, people who can perform their duties well within the realms of sophisticated wires, don’t fanaticize the idea of sitting idle on the desk of a single organization. There is less need of personal interaction in this fast-paced world where everyone is just a phone call away. If a freelancer does his assignments within given time, then rationally speaking there stands no reason why he should be available ‘in person’ to the organization. At present a large number of people all around the globe are working as freelancers. Only in USA, approximately 7.4% of the workforce is pursuing different types of freelancing. While freelancing is beneficial for freelancers in many ways; it is of great help for the companies too for which freelancers work. These companies can’t afford to give them cubicles and accommodations because usually freelancers are not region bounded. You can find a freelancer even in a small city of Peru. One more reason for freelancing is that some jobs have a variant or seasonal nature.
Organizations can’t afford monthly incomes and offices for such employees.
The future of freelancing is vibrant and uprising. Professionals don’t bother themselves to work within the bondage of offices and are free to share their expertise to many outsourcing organizations. On the other way round, companies don’t bother health insurance, social security, cubicles and monthly wages to freelancers.

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