Technology Sector

Samsung Fascinate is available for preorders

Samsung-FascinateIt has been announced by Best Buy that from August 29 Samsung Fascinate will be available for preorders. The Samsung Fascinate is the Verizon Wireless version of the Galaxy S smartphone.

It has a 4 inch Super AMOLED display, a 1GHz Hummingbird processor and operates on Android 2.1 version. It also offers Reward Zone members the opportunity to book Fascinate today at the nearest Best Buy or Best Buy Mobile location.

Government prepares for the move to IPv6, increase access

ipv6The Indian government is preparing for the shift to the new Internet Protocol version 6 as the Internet Protocol version 4 is running out of new connections and is also aiming to connect more people in the country with enhanced capabilities.

Gopalakrishnan likely to be next chairman at Infosys

s-gopalakrishnan-infosysS Gopalakrishnan, the CEO and MD at Infosys Technologies, is most likely to become the next chairman of the software major after incumbent NR Narayana Murthy exits next year.

Dell launches its first Android smartphone

Dell-Aero-AndroidDell has announced the launch of its first smartphone based on Google’s Android platform in the US named “Dell Aero” with many advanced features.

The Dell Aero has a 3.5-inch screen with a resolution of 640 by 360 pixels. The clear screens show sharp text and colorful and bright pictures. The phone also has a five megapixel camera.

Space sector offers great opportunity for private sector, MD Antrix

ISROThe Managing Director of the commercial arm of ISRO, Antrix Corporation Ltd Mr. KR Sridhara Murthy has outlined the opportunities that the space sector offers to private companies in India at the World Space-Biz 2010.

The space sector in the country is expected to grow at 15 per cent offering a huge potential for the private sector and the country could emerge as the affordable base for space technology.

Linux and Windows servers sales grow 23.8%, report

Linux-Windows-serversAccording to the latest report from the research firm IDC, the Linux and Windows servers recorded a growth of 23.8% in shipments in the second quarter of 2010 year on year basis while the growth in the previous quarter stood at 23%.

MIT’s TR35 list include three Indians

MIT’s TR35 list include three IndiansThe Massachusetts Institute of Technology's list of 35 ‘outstanding men and women’ compiled by the Technology Review includes three persons from India this year.

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