Mar 17, 2011

Videocon launches 3D HD DVR in India


When DTH companies are busy launching their HD set top boxes in india, Videocon has launched a 3D HD recorder set top box for the Indian market. This is quite a leap ahead when considering the fact that india is still a miniscule market for even HD and this company has launched 3D here in India.

Tech2.com revamps website

The very popular Indian technology review website tech2.com has revamped its website to a new refreshing look. With new features on the website and the web2.0 look the website has got a major overhaul.
The website was slowly losing its sheen to the UTV's more popular techtree.com but now the team at CNBC seems to be turning the table around. Check out the website here

Mar 12, 2011

Surf at a speed upto 3.1 mbps on delhi jaipur highway with MTS

MTS has fully covered the Delhi Jaipur highway with speeds of up to 3.1 Mbps on their CDMA network.

Mar 8, 2011

A cute pen drive


All the inside scoop about Airtel 3G

Last week, Bharti Airtel, India’s largest mobile operator by subscribers, announced the launch of 3G Mobile services in the National Capital Region (NCR), across Delhi, Gurgaon, Faridabad and Noida. Delhi is home-base for Airtel, and the launch follows previous launches in Bengaluru, Chennai, Coimbatore, Mysore, Manipal, Udipi and Jaipur, where it has managed to acquire half a million customers on 3G. Airtel is targeting 40 cities by the end of this month, and 1000 cities by the same time next year, Atul Bindal, President (Mobile Services) for Bharti Airtel told us. In Part 1 of this two part interview, Bindal talks about data trends since 3G launch, and the companys approach to 3G in terms of on-deck versus off-deck, and 4G-LTE.

Mar 7, 2011

New look speedtest.net !!

  The very popular internet speed test site today updated its look to a more futurisitc form . This website has hosted more than 2 billion speed tests from internet users all over the world. With servers present in every area of the world it is considered the benchmark for accuracy in the broadband speed test world.