Showing posts from November, 2006

final exams

Yahoo buys polling site

Soon: Mobile Broadband Internet

TechDirt-Reminder: When Ditching Your Company To Build A Competing Product, Don't Discuss It On Work Computers

TechDirt-PS3 Line Insanity; Pregnant Woman Tries Not To Give Birth While Waiting

MSN Upgrades Storage to 1GB

WinZip 11.0 Betters Compression

Adobe India CEO's son rescued after 5 days

The Miniature Earth

Adobe Document Center for Security

Nokia Partners with Red Hat

Phishing attack targets SBI customers

Sun's Surprising Openness

Microsoft to debut wireless music sharing Zune in U.S.

Vodafone, Yahoo launch ads on mobiles

Intel launches 'four brain' computer

Tech Dirt:-Men Use Phones To Impress Women; Women Use Phones To Ward Off Men

Tech-dirt:-When In Singapore Make Sure To Turn Off WiFi Network Autodiscovery

New computer virus unleashed via e-mail

Reliance, BSNL in Toll-free Tie

Microsoft, Airtel Partner for SMBs

Future Watch:--Asus G1 & G2 Gaming Notebooks

Watch out for Beyonce on MSN!

PlayStation 3 hits 'grey market' is my new enemy

Vista needs no anti-virus, says Allchin

Yahoo! Messenger in Yahoo! Mail

Rajshri Media launches Broadband Portal

Indiagames Intros Games on Demand

Talking with orkut

Pointsec unveils security solution for Nokia Eseries

"Rock solid" Vista ready to roll, says Microsoft

Skype 3.0 Beta Released

Global IT firms on a hiring spree in India

Future watch:-Zalman ZM-NC1000

Mickey has Eyes only for Nintendo!

India recruits beggars to curb spread of AIDS

WiMax Device Cum Mobile Phone

Movies, TV Shows on Xbox Live

Is it a Song? No, its a Mac OS X Virus!

McAfee SiteAdvisor Plus Launched

Meebo in Hindi

AT&T announces direct entry into India

World's Fastest Monitors from BenQ

Sify, Mauj Tie Up with LFW 2006

Microsoft loves SUSE Linux (true!)

Gmail on mobile service

Nintendo Is Preparing to Kill the Xbox 360 and the PS3

Microsoft Vista to Release on Nov 30

Spy in the sky over Chandni Chowk

Google acquires Web applications pioneer JotSpot

U.S. intelligence unveils spy version of Wikipedia

Want to Repair your iPod? Anyone?