Handset maker, Karbonn Mobiles introduced its new ‘Karbonn K25’ with dual SIM capability in the Indian market on Sunday.
The Karbonn K25 features a 2.3 inches QVGA display and QWERTY key pad. It offers various multimedia features like FM radio, camera, SMS, MMS, e-mail, hi-fidelity sound, different equaliser effects, and optical track pad among others.
HTC might include some elements of its Sense UI in the Windows Phone 7 as it is learned that the OS can be customized by the vendor.
According to HTC’sDrew Bamford, the Sense UI built on top of Microsoft’s OS but will remain within its boundaries. Microsoft doest want to allow any changes to its main interface and HTC is saying that it build a version of the UI at adds to the WP7 instead of replacing it.
A boat or catamaran made from plastic bottles is about to reach Sydney to conclude its four months voyage that began in San Francisco.
The boat named Plastiki, in a relation to Kon-Tiki raft Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl used in his 1947 Pacific expedition, is to highlight the dangers of plastic wastes to the oceans.
Software giant, Microsoft has reported a 28 percent increase in revenues from the sale of its Windows OS in the third quarter compared to the same quarter last year.
The Windows 7 has been successful in the market attracting a lot of users. Windows 7 has emerged as the fastest selling Os in history as it already runs on about 10 per cent of all computers around the world.
Popular social networking site, Facebook is growing at a rapid pace and crossed half a billion active users mark. The site has grown to a phenomenon and one out of 14 people on earth is on Facebook and continues to attract greater number of users.
The internet is expected to run out of IPv4 addresses soon and the countries around the world are gearing up for the change to the newer standard.
India is also in the process of devising mechanism to shift to the IPv6 protocol by March 2012 which will offer enhanced options for the users. The country is fast running out of the existing protocol with new mobile phone subscribers and the rollout of 3G and broadband wireless access.
The government of India showcased a prototype tablet computer priced at just $35 and possibility for further price reduction to as low as $10.
The union minister for Human Resource Development, Kapil Sibal showcased the affordable touch screen device in New Delhi as part of the government efforts to provide high-quality education to the students in the country.
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