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- Book Review: The Art of Assembly Language, 2nd Edition
The book comprehensively covers topics from the basic libraries of HLA to advanced arithmetic, macros and string instructions.
- Microsoft, Apple, Google - The Battle for Domination
The iPad will be no different, and Apple will continue to weave its net of circumvention yet again.
- A Lesson Finally Learned
The Ray household does not acquire gadgets in haste.
- Is The Apple iPad an i-Wash?
So, what is it? A phone? Or a MacBook? Or an Apple Netbook?
- Google Says - Next Us with Nexus
Google's Nexus One announcement is even more significant given the timing.
- Technology in Education
How does this software impact/ redefine the role of a teacher-student interaction?
- Climate Change App For the iPhone
The app allows visitors to the Swiss Alps to visualize change in glacier levels
- Apple Announces New Rocking iPods, Video Camera, And More
The best part of today's Apple iPod Event came at the very beginning.
- Mom's Guide To Not Losing The iPhone
I lost my iPhone while traveling over the weekend. No, I misplaced it and then some female stole it.
- Book Review: The Blender GameKit, 2nd Ed.
Blender is the free open source 3D content creation suite, available for all major operating systems under the GNU Public License.
- Book Review: Android Application Development
It is now the flagship software of the open handset alliance(OHA) committed to develop open standards for mobile devices.
- Book Review: Cisco Routers for the Desperate, 2nd Edition
Router and switch management, the easy way
- Book Review: Network Know-How
An essential guide for the accidental admin
- Photo Essay: These Window Washers Are Nuts
A photo essay of window cleaners and their equipment up on skyscrapers in London
- Innovation - That Strange Mythical Animal
Everybody wants innovation, but managing innovation is very difficult. Some views on innovation in firms
- Miracle on Hudson: All Survive US Plane Crash in New York
The plane had barely gained altitude when an engine appeared to blow and the pilot warned passengers to brace themselves.
- Book Review: The Art of Black and White Photography
The Art of Black and White Photography is the first serious book I have read on photography.
- Book Review: Android Essentials
The Google Phone is based on the Android platform, which is a software stack for mobile devices including an operating...
- Kindling The E-Book Revolution
Did the Amazon Kindle kindle my enthusiasm for e-books? You betcha!
- Apple Loses Its Innovation Edge
We are used to expecting wonderful things from the last icon of technology.
- Product Review: Google Chrome - The New New Thing
Google seems to bringing order to its cornucopia of services, slowly yet strategically.
- Photo Essay: Worldwide Photo Walk, Bangalore
Bangalore was the only city in India where the 'Worldwide Photo Walk' was talking place, apart from the other 192 cities across the world.
- The Apple iPhone 3G: How Steve Jobs Fooled Me
All that was then, the iPhone is now old news. What is in the news however is its rejuvenated version – the iPhone 3G.
- The World Congress of Information Technology 2008, Malaysia
Some thoughts on the discussions at the World Congress of Information TechnologyDr Bhaskar Dasgupta
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- Natural Instincts and The Gadget Community
The truth is that most us are losing some of the vital and inherent faculties endowed within us.
- Movie Review: Iron Man
The best parts of the film are the intensely detailed engineering scenes, a kind of geekporn-meets-steampunk mashup.
- The Wired Life
I have come to conclude, never take electrical connections lightly.
- Book Review: The Book of Wireless
A Painless Guide to Wi-Fi and Broadband Wireless
- Steve Jobs & Quentin Tarantino - The Bad Ass Boys
Violet Blue did the civilized thing of asking permission, Steve went mental anyway
- Why I Bought my Cell Phone from India!
The delight of using this phone is FAR more than the delight with which I had received our first tape recorder from the US.
- The High Definition Battle
The next generation DVD battle is upon us.
- Tech Review: HP's Halo Video Conferencing
Even if I can replace 20% of that wastage, then I have gained 1 full working day in the office
- Next-Generation Networks - Where's the Vision?
If this is the future of one part of business, then what is the future of financial institutions, network providers,etc.?
- Fiction: The Hitman and The Girl
Actually, I spent more time taking care of her booty than my guns.
- Travel Review: Why I Love Goa
Why I can't get Goa out of my mind
- Comparing Notebooks: Dell vs. HP vs. Sony vs. Others
Compares various notebook vendors for their pros and cons
- Book Review: The LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT Idea Book
A cookbook on building robots with Lego's bestselling Mindstorms NXT kit proves to be an excellent intermediate text.
- The Monster In My Computer
The monster is grinning and advancing closer to your hard disk every moment.
- The Withering of Queues
one of the freedoms that we enjoy in our 60th year of freedom is the freedom from suffocating queues.
- Technology: How it Makes Me Spin
Technology whirs around me and I spin around trying to make the right choices in a very rapidly changing environment.
- Nokia Announces Battery Recall, Largest Consumer Recall Ever
The company indicated there have been over 100 incidents of the batteries overheating while being charged.
- Nokia to Outsource Chip Development To Third Parties
It is indeed curious, how fast life is changing and our industrial landscape is getting modified.
- Tech Review: The Cowon D2 MP3 Player - No Flash In The Pan
That is a lot of features for a tiny player. The highlight of the product though is its battery life.
- The Indian Phone Addict
Why do we have this urge to pick up our phones no matter what we are doing?
- Apple iPhone: Reality Distortion
I cannot crystal gaze but Jobs needs loads of marketing crap to sell the future versions in the Mac Expos.
- In the Company of Friends: Bill Gates and Steve Jobs
A joint interview of Gates and Jobs - two of the biggest stalwarts of the computer industry - at the D5 conference
- Star Wars at 30 - the Republic, the Empire and the Rebel Alliance
Our world too, has gone through tumultuous change, though not quite in the same order.
- Cartoon: Mobile Rules 04
The Art Of Missed Calls
- Cartoon: Mobile Rules # 03
A man is known by the...
- iMacs - More Cool Than Easy
I really thought the iMac would be easy, but I don't think it is as easy as it is made out to be
- Monsoon Multimedia's Hava Platform - Television Anywhere
This company demolishes the shibboleth of Indian companies not being risk-takers or product-makers.
- Product Review: Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi 2006 - Old vs. New
Riding the new Pulsar is an interesting experience after having ridden the older model just before that.
- Broadband in India: Changing Rules
I should be able to blog, check feeds, work on word processors et al from a single interface. Broadband alone has made this effort worthwhile.
- Google University on YouTube at Starbucks in Barnes and Noble
Google could provide college education better, cheaper and caffeinated
- Mobile at Matunga
I am constantly amazed at how urban India is adapting to technology and change.
- Technology: The World is Your Market (Part 2 of 2)
How technology is falling in place to bridge the gap between the real world and the digital world
- Technology: The World is Your Market (Part 1 of 2)
Technology can bridge the gap between the real world and the digital world
- Cleopatra was Ugly, Dolphins are on Patrol and Other Tales of Science
Continuing the "A Bit of Science, a Byte of Technology series", this edition looks at topics ranging from chimpanzees to Cleopatra
- Understanding the XBox 360 in India - The Ground Realities
It's meaningless to compare sales figures with more developed, and culturally different markets.
- Movie Review: Jeremy Clarkson's The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
Jeremy Clarkson hates America but he does love the Ford GTX1