Toyota Etios Liva India and Toyota Etios Liva full Price details

Monday, June 27, 2011 0 comments

Toyota on Monday launched its first small car in India, Etios Liva priced between Rs 3.99 lakhs and Rs 5.99 lakhs. The Etios Liva marks Toyota's entry into the highly popular premium hatchback segment.toyota-etios-liva
Prices of various variants are as follows:
Liva J: Rs 3.99 lakhs
Liva G: Rs 4.59 lakhs
Liva G SE: Rs 5.05 lakhs
Liva V: Rs 5.49 lakhs
Liva VX: Rs 5.99 lakhs
This will make the 1.2-litre car from the world's top carmaker competitive, the fastest-growing segment in the 2.5-million Indian passenger car market, and force rivals to consider price cuts.

 

Etios Liva is powered by a 1.2 litre, 4 pot DOHC engine which pumps out 80 PS of power at 5600 rpm and 104 Nm of torque at 3100 rpm. The car also boasts of class-best fuel economy of 18.31 kmpl (ARAI tested). The diesel versions of the car is expected to be launched in India later next year.

The Etios Liva will be sold in five variants J, G, G special edition, V, and VX. The prices of different variants are as follows: J: 3.99lakhs, G: 4.59lakhs, G Special edition: 5.05lakhs, V: 5.49lakhs and VX: 5.99 lakhs.

The base model being the stripped down version of the car would feature very few basic features while the top-end variant has exciting features such as Dual SRS Airbags, ABS, EBD, Immobilizer, Keyless Entry, steering-mounted audio controls, dual tone interiors, leather wrapped steering wheel, alloy wheels and chrome inserts on the grill and door handles.

Toyota has sweetened the deal by offering the Liva in seven exciting colours such as Vermillion Red, Celestial Black, Serene Bluish Silver, White, Symphony Silver, Harmony Beige and Ultramarine Blue.

Toyota can now boast of a portfolio complete with full range of products, right from the small car, Etios Liva to the range topping Land Cruiser SUV. The Toyota Motor’s management have set a goal of selling over 1,00,000 Etios sedans and hatchbacks in 2012.

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Google kills Google Health, PowerMeter services

Saturday, June 25, 2011 0 comments
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Google announced that it is pulling the plugs on free Health and PowerMeter services that haven't won legions of users.

"We're going to retire two products that didn't catch on the way we would have hoped, but did serve as influential models," Google Health senior product manager Aaron Brown and Green Energy Czar Bill Weihl said in a blog post.

"While they didn't scale as we had hoped, we believe they did highlight the importance of access to information in areas where it?s traditionally been difficult," they said.

A PowerMeter service for tracking home electricity use will shut down on September 16.

Google Health service for storing and selectively sharing personal medical records online will "retire" on January 1 but users will be able to download their information through the following year.

"Both were based on the idea that with more and better information, people can make smarter choices, whether in regard to managing personal health and wellness, or saving money and conserving energy at home," Brown and Weihl said.

Google Health launched in early 2008 and PowerMeter software made its debut in late 2009.

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Jet Airways introduces mobile ticketing

Friday, June 24, 2011 0 comments

Offering flight ticket booking through mobile phones, Jet Airways Friday entered into a partnership with ngpay, giving fliers a convenient option to seamlessly book tickets on their mobile phones, an official said.
This service will allow fliers to book, cancel and refund their eTickets and also manage payment cards on their phones. Upon completion of the booking process, an eTicket will automatically be sent to the flier's preferred email address. The eTicket details will also be sent to his mobile phone via SMS.

"Jet Airways' partnership with ngpay will offer yet another convenient booking channel, enabling our guests to book tickets on their mobile," said Sudheer Raghavan, chief commercial officer at Jet Airways (I) Ltd.

"We are confident that the convenience and simplicity of this service will be much appreciated by our guests, especially since mobile phones have now become an integral part of our daily lives," he added.

To activate this facility, fliers need to download the ngpay - mobile ticketing application on their GPRS enabled mobile phones by sending an SMS "JetNgpay" to 56388.

They will then receive a SMS with a link to download the application. Upon successful download, the ngpay icon will be displayed on their mobile phones.

With over a million users, ngpay is the fastest growing end-to-end mobile commerce service in India.

Jet Airways currently operates a fleet of 97 aircraft, which includes 10 Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft, 12 Airbus A330-200 aircraft, 55 next generation Boeing 737-700/800/900 aircraft and 20 modern ATR 72-500 turboprop aircraft.
--IANS

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Nokia's unveils latest smartphone N9 running MeeGo

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A new smartphone N9 has been shown by Nokia, which is based of MeeGo operating system

The Finnish mobile brand, Nokia has recently disclosed its another N-series smartphone supporting MeeGo. It was the most awaited handset since when the rumour came that the upcoming N9 will be the MeeGo running device.

This new smartphone from the flagship of Nokia has got amazing looks as it has got a 3.9-inch AMOLED display and its irresistible a curved design. The company disclosed that the new N9 will enter the market in three different colour options including Black, Cyan, and Magenta.

The Nokia smartphone will also be available in the two different variants that comes with storage space of 16GB and 64GB. The smartphone will ship with an 8-megapixel camera that allows for autofocus and "HD-quality video capture."
Some time back, Microsoft and Nokia announced that they had signed a pact, which would ensure Windows Phone become the "principal" operating system on Nokia's line of gadgets.
Nokia has also put another exciting new swiping software to Nokia N9. This new feature allows the users to get out of any application on the smartphone, just through a single swipe from the edge of the display and move them back to the home screen.

As per the company, there are three "home views" in the software, which allow the users to access applications, receive notifications as well as social-network updates and also switching between the different functions.

Nokia also informed that this Nokia phone comes preloaded with the near field communication (NFC) feature, which provide users with sharing pictures and video with other NFC-enabled gadgets through tapping them together.

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MakeMyTrip ties up with Visa Inc

Thursday, June 23, 2011 0 comments
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Travel firm MakeMyTrip.com today announced its tie-up with Visa Inc, a global payments technology company, to provide offers to Visa cardholders on the purchase of holidays and flights from the online travel agency.
The Visa cardholders, namely Platinum, Infinite and Signature, can avail a free airport transfer at any airport in India on purchase of an international air ticket or holiday from MakeMyTrip, or they can avail an additional domestic air ticket free on purchase of three domestic air tickets.

Commenting on the tie-up with Visa, MakeMyTrip co-founder and CEO Deep Kalra said, "This facility will be helpful to Visa cardholders and will enable them to avail maximum benefits while travelling. This tie-up gives us the bandwidth to reach out to more Visa cardholders and increase our customer base." This pan-India deal is valid exclusively for Visa cardholders, he said in a statement.

He added that "with people planning their vacation, Visa cardholders can gain by opting for some of our great offers available for international holidays like Europe, South East Asia, the US and more where Visa cardholders can benefit."
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Asus F83Se Notebook Price in India, features and specs

Wednesday, June 22, 2011 0 comments

sus F83Se Notebook comes with installed Windows Vista Home Premium operating systems. The Asus F83Se Laptop features 14 inch HD Color Shine display and powered by Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 Processor.asus-f83se-laptop-475x400

The Asus F83Se Notebook has integrated ATI Mobility Radeon HDD HD4570 Graphics Card, 4 GB DDR2 RAM, 500 GB Hard disk, 1.3 MP Webcam, Bluetooth and 3 USB 2.0, VGA, RJ45, HDMI, Microphone in jack Interface and more. The Asus F83Se Notebook comes with in-built 8-in-1 Memory card reader, DVD super multi optical drive, stereo speakers and weighs 2.4 kg.

 

Asus F83Se Laptop features and specifications:

Dimensions: 34.5 x 25.9 x 3.1 cm
OS: Windows Vista Home Premium
Display: 14 inch HD Color Shine
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo P8700
RAM 4GB DDR2
ATI Mobility Radeon HDD HD4570 Graphic Card
500 GB HDD
1.3 MP Webcam
Wireless technology, Bluetooth,
8-in-1 card reader
3 USB 2.0, VGA, RJ45, HDMI, Microphone in jack Interface
Weight 2.4 kg
6 cell Battery

Asus F83Se Laptop Price in India – Rs 60300 app

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Google breaks billion-visitor barrier on Internet

Tuesday, June 21, 2011 0 comments
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Figures released on Tuesday by industry tracker comScore credited Google with being the first online operation to attract more than a billion visitors in a single month.
Slightly more than a billion people went to Google websites in May in what comScore billed as an unprecedented turn-out on the Internet.
Microsoft websites were closing in on the milestone with about 900,000 "unique visitors" for the month, according to comScore.
Facebook had the third most visited Web addresses, but topped other online venues in terms of how long people lingered after they arrived. ComScore extrapolated the findings from a sampling of two million Internet users.

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Russell Crowe to play Superman's father in "Man of Steel"

Wednesday, June 15, 2011 0 comments

Russell Crowe is set to play the role of Superman's biological father Jor-El in the upcoming "Man of Steel" reboot movie, according to media reports Thursday.

The mercurial Aussie is in negotiations to take the role in "Man of Steel," which Zack Snyder is on board to direct with Brit thesp Henry Cavill set to play Superman.

In the classic 1978 movie, starring Christopher Reeve, the role was played by Marlon Brando.

While the studio has yet to confirm the casting, the report indicates that an A-list actress is also being sought to play Lara, Superman's biological mother.

But if the early reports are correct, Crowe will join previously announced cast members Henry Cavill (Superman) and Amy Adams (Lois Lane).

Kevin Costner and Diane Lane will play Superman's adoptive parents.

"Man Of Steel" is scheduled to hit theaters in 2012.

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Google to speed up Web searches with Instant Pages

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Google Inc unveiled new features and technology to speed up Web searches and to make it easier for people to use its flagship search engine as they increasingly access the Internet from handheld mobile devices.

At a briefing in San Francisco, Google demonstrated a new feature called Instant Pages which allows certain Web pages to pop-up in a user's Web browser nearly instantaneously, as well as a revamped version of its website for mobile devices.

Google, the world's No.1 Internet search engine, said that traffic coming from mobile devices such as smartphones has increased by a factor of five during the past two years.

"We see all this mobile traffic growing on top of our desktop (PC) traffic," Google Fellow Amit Singhal said.

Singhal said that consumers' increased use of mobile devices benefits Google by allowing people to continue searching the Internet during times when searches on desktop PCs typically wane, such as after 9 p.m., during the weekends and during the summer months.

"There is no summer slump" with Internet searches on mobile devices, he said.

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Google launches voice search on desktop

Tuesday, June 14, 2011 0 comments
Making Google search requests on many officeand home computers soon won't require a keyboard.
A feature announced Tuesday will allow people to speak their search requests while sitting in front of their desktop computers just as theyalready can on smartphones running on Google Inc.'s Android software.
The spoken-request option will be available only on Google's Chrome browser. It will be activated by clicking on a microphone icon inside Google's search box. Chrome users will get the new feature within the next few days.
Google also unveiled a way to get results by dragging digital images into its search box.
The technological tricks are thelatest Google innovations aimed at making it quicker and easier to search.
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Googles Les Paul doodle gets a permanent home

Monday, June 13, 2011 0 comments
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Now that Google has given it a permanent home, whenever your fingers get itchy you can strum the Google Les Paul interactive guitar doodle.
The popular Google doodle was put up in celebration of the 96th birthday of the country and jazz guitarist, songwriter and inventor Les Paul. This doodle has been receiving special treatment from Google. It first got a day's extension for its presence on the Google home page and now has got a URL of its own: http://www.google.com/logos/2011/lespaul.html
While most Google doodles, after the are put off from the home page find a resting place in the Google logos collection. The Les Paul doodle is only the third Google doodle to have a separate enclosure in Google's online library, where it can be experienced in its full interactive form. The first was the PacMan doodle (google.com/pacman/) from May 21, 2010 and the other is the Robert Bunsen doodle (google.com/logos/bunsen.html) from May 31, 2011.
The Google doodle in honour of Les Paul is playable by hovering the cursor over the doodle and even by the computer keyboard. Users could also record the their own 30-second track.
The doodle was made with a combination of JavaScript, HTML5 Canvas, CSS, Flash and tools like the Google Font API, goo.gl and App Engine. Google engineers Kristopher Hom and Joey Hurst and doodle team lead Ryan Germick helped put together the innovative doodle.
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BlackBerry tablet to hit India within a month

Sunday, June 12, 2011 0 comments

rim-readying-blackberry-tablet-wsj-0The BlackBerry tablet PlayBook will hit markets in India and 15 other countries within the next month, Research In Motion (RIM) said Friday.

The Waterloo-based Canadian company announced it plans to roll out the Playbook “in an additional 16 markets around the world over the next 30 days.”

Launched in the US and Canada last April, the tablet will reach India, Britain, France, Australia, the UAE and 10 other countries in the next 30 days, RIM said.

Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Italy, Spain, Germany, Holland, Mexico, Indonesia, Venezuela and Columbia will be the other countries to get the RIM tablet.

The RIM announcement said, “The BlackBerry PlayBook is the world’s first professional-grade tablet, delivering industry leading performance, uncompromised web browsing, true multitasking, HD multimedia, advanced security features, out-of-
the-box enterprise support and a robust development environment.”

Unlike the rival iPad which sold like hot cakes on its launch in April 2010, the BlackBerry tablet sold just 50,000 copies in the first week of its launch April 19. Sales at the end of its first month on the market were put at 250,000 units.

According to analysts, RIM is expected to sell half a million tablets by the end of its current quarter.

India has over a million BlackBerry users and RIM will target them as the Wi-Fi tablet can link with the BlackBerry smart phone through BlackBerry Bridge without the need to subscribe to a wireless carrier.

Though Indian prices are not known at this stage, the seven-inch, Wi-Fi-only PlayBook comes in three models in the range of $499 to $699, featuring 16, 32 and 64 gigabytes of storage capacity.

RIM has said that it will launch 3G and 4G versions that run on wireless networks later this year. The new versions will also offer Android as well as native email.

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Acer Chromebook Netbook

Friday, June 10, 2011 0 comments

Acer, a Taiwan-based multinational computer technology and electronics corporation is going to launch a new Netbook namely, Acer Chromebook which runs on Google Chrome operating system. It comes with many more specifications like 11.6-inch HD widescreen CineCrystal LED-backlit LCD display, built-in two speakers, 1.3 megapixel HD web camera etc. The upcoming Netbook of Acer is powered by 1.66 GHz Intel Atom Processor N570 processor and provides display resolution of 1366 x 768 pixel, 16:9 aspect ratio etc.jAFns

Acer Chromebook Netbook Specifications

11.6-inch HD widescreen CineCrystal LED-backlit LCD display
Provides display resolution of 1366 x 768 pixel & 16:9 aspect ratio
Powered by 1.66 GHz Intel Atom Processor N570 processor
Runs on Google Chrome operating system
Supports 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity option
Hard Disk of 16GB Solid State Drive
2GB DDR3 main memory
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 graphic system
Powered by 6-cell Lithium-ion battery
Includes 2 USB 2.0, & 1 HDMI ports
Built-in two speakers
1.3 megapixel HD web camera
The Acer Chromebook Netbook supports 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity option and is also equipped with Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 graphic system. it is powered by a 6-cell Lithium-ion battery which provides up to 8 hours of battery life and weighs at 2.95 lbs. The Acer Chromebook Netbook will be launched on June 15th 2011. But, unfortunately, its price is not yet announced.

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Google to ditch support for older Internet browsers

Thursday, June 9, 2011 0 comments
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Google is phasing out support for some Internet browsers from later this year.
Users of Internet Explorer 7, Safari 3 and Firefox 3.5 and all previous versions will lose some functions from Aug 1.

The features that will gradually stop working include access to Gmail, Google Calender, Google Talk and Google Docs.

The company warned that if users fail to upgrade, then these services will eventually stop working altogether, the Daily Mail reports.

They added that they are urging users to upgrade because of insecurities in the old browsers which could leave them prone to attack.

The announcement was made in a blog by Google's vice president (engineering) Venkat Panchapakesan, who said the move was also influenced by engineers who want to make use of the latest browser technology

Panchapakesan said on the blog: "These new browsers are more than just a modern convenience, they are a necessity for what the future holds."

"Older browsers just don't have the chops to provide you with the same high-quality experience."

Google Chrome users may also be affected by the move - but only if they have chosen to turn off the automatic update feature

Microsoft has also used several methods to attempt to get its users to upgrade. These include placing the software inside their monthly automatic updates.

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Microsoft releases IE 9 in 11 Indian languages

Wednesday, June 8, 2011 0 comments

Microsoft released the latest version of Internet Explorer 9 in 11 Indian languages including Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Konkani, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu.01-Internet-Explorer-9-Wallpaper

Microsoft may well be a late entrant in this space behind Google Chrome and homegrown browser Epic that is built specially for the Indian market.

This is not the first time Microsoft is engaging with the Indian market. The company has a few India-specific tools like Indic language input tool, phonetic keyboard that has language support, and features such as email, instant messenger are also available in local languages.

Experts feel that this could increase Microsoft's prominence in the browser market but will do only that.

"If Microsoft is looking at reaching the rural market and drive technology adoption, it is a good strategy but it will not lead to PC adoption. People are not going to buy a computer only based on local language offering. That won't happen," said Vishal Tripathi, principal research analyst, Gartner.

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Google India launches new tool for SMBs

Monday, June 6, 2011 0 comments
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Google India Wednesday launched Google Global Market Finder -- a free online tool designed to help Indian companies expand their business and reach out to potential customers in the international market.
The tool will be available as part of Google Ads for Global Advertisers.

The tool was launched at a special event held by Google which was attended by representatives of numerous small and medium business (SMBs) enterprises.

Sridhar Seshadri, Head Online Sales, Google India, said they have seen tremendous success with the adoption of the AdWords platform by Indian SMBs in the last two years in the domestic market.

"With this launch, we want to reach out and help all advertisers, especially SMBs, by giving them access to information about markets that have shown demand for their products. Since the tool determines demand based on how often the product is searched online in a particular geography, it is quite accurate in its assessment of demand," said Seshadri.
--IANS

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Ready gets mind-blowing start at the Box Office

Sunday, June 5, 2011 0 comments

Ready-Hindi-MovieAfter the humungous hype for the film Ready, one definitely wonders if the film has finally kept the good name, considering the collection at the Box Office. Well, with the release of Salman Khan's Ready yesterday all the worries have come to a cease.

Keeping up the Dabangg legacy, Salman Khan starrer Ready, has also hit the iron strong. On Friday, when the film hit the silver screens, the nation turned crazy. While, the morning shows were in 70% to 80% range (even 100% at some places), the noon show was running houseful everywhere (both in multiplexes as well as single screens).

Looking at the wide release of Ready, directed by Aneez Bazmee and produced by Bhushan Kumar, the film will definitely have a great opening during the weekends and will run strong throughout week one. It is also expected that Ready will give a tough fight to the numbers that Dabangg earned Salman in its opening weeken

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HTC launches Wildfire S @ Rs 14,700

Saturday, June 4, 2011 0 comments

HTC has launched Wildfire S smartphone in India. The Android-powered smartphone is priced at Rs 14,700. ksp1

The smartphone runs on Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread and features a 3.2-inch HVGA display and 5-megapixel autofocus camera. It is powered by a 600 Mhz processor and it is 12.4 mm thick. HTC Wildfire S is one of HTC's smallest phones ever – measuring just 10.13cm long and 5.94cm wide.

The smartphone has a 5-megapixel camera with auto focus, expandable microSD memory and support for a variety of audio and video formats.

It also features the new HTC Sense user interface. With HTC Locations, a new differentiated online mapping experience, users have instant, on-demand mapping without download delays or incurring mobile roaming charges.

HTC Sense also includes a new integrated online e-reading experience utilizing a new e-book store powered by Kobo and a new, mobile-optimized e-reader that offers the ability to highlight, annotate and quickly search for definitions or translate unfamiliar terms.

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Sambhavna eliminated from 'Khatron Ke Khiladi' season 4

Khatron-Ke-Khiladi-Season-4-Sambhavna-Seth‘Khatron Ke Khiladi season 4’ hosted by none other than Khiladi No 1 Akshay Kumar went on air on Colors on Friday at 9 pm and Sambhavna Seth was the first one to be eliminated.

Thums Up Fear Factor Khatron Ke Khiladi –Torchaar, Akshay Kumar returns to test the mettle of contestants and this time in South Africa.
There are 13 beautiful contestents fighting for the title.

This time around, the danger levels are higher - there are going to be no harnesses and cables supporting the contestants in most of the stunts.
This year the contestants will be heading out on a wild ride with stunts that involve predators from the wild - cheetahs, lions and crocodiles.

So to watch all this and more watch Khatron Ke Khiladi –Torchaar, every Friday and Saturday at 9:00 pm, only on Colors.
In every episode one contestent will be eliminated  from the show and the first one to be eliminated  was Sambhavna Seth.

Akshay Kumar, known for his daredevil stunts, says that though he feels the fear while doing stunts on KKK 4, he does not let it stop him.

"I do feel fear but I call it 'good fear'. The fear of not being able to pull off the stunt carefully...the fear of losing my loved ones...if I don't take care of myself.." Akshay said.

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Google launches +1 button for the third party sites

Friday, June 3, 2011 0 comments

google_1_buttonGoogle is now rolling out the +1 recommended button all across third party sites and the Google properties, just a day after social networking site Twitter launched its Follow button for the third party websites. This +1 recommended button was actually introduced in the month of March for Google advertisements and search results.

Google reported on its blog that they are releasing the +1 buttons to entire WWW. The search engine even added that it had already partnered with some sites in which +1 buttons will appear in near future. Google is further introducing buttons on its sites like Blogger, Product Search, YouTube and Android Market.


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Google said that with just one click, the users will be able to recommend that news article, raincoat or sci fi movie to their contacts, friends and others. But how is this button useful? The users searching for some particular article on the search engine can now be able to see what their contacts or friends have liked thereby making it simple for them to choose the best from the lot.

Google has in fact launched this facility for some sites. The service is basically supposed to alter the way in which one searches the articles and other things on Google like a cooking recipe. While some may believe that this is a great service offered, there are others who do not find anything good in it. Either way, it is the welcome addition that will save huge time and efforts of users who will get more relevant search results than ever before.

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RPSC Results 2011 for Second Grade Teacher Exam Announced

Thursday, June 2, 2011 0 comments
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Rajasthan (DLN): Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) has announced IInd Gr. Teacher (Hindi-44) Exam Results. List of Selected candidates for Sr.Teacher IInd Gr (Hindi-44) Secondary Edu.Dept Exam-2008 has published at india result and myresult.co sites.

List of Roll No. of withheld Candidates by Court Order has also been published. IInd Gr. Teacher Cut of Marks Exam-2008 can be viewed here at india results site.

To view the published list for RPSC result 2011 Hindi Teacher visit at this link of myresult.co: RPSC myresult.co

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Airtel launches mobile wallet in Delhi

Wednesday, June 1, 2011 0 comments
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Bharti Airtel, India's largest telco by revenues and subscribers, launched its mobile wallet service Airtel Money in Delhi NCR, a company official said.

The service allows Airtel customers to make cashless payments from Rs 10 to Rs 5,000 a day for various services such as utility bills and movie tickets. The telco plans to raise the upper threshold to Rs 50,000 within two months, Airtel's m-commerce services chief operating officer Sriram Jagannathan said.

Bharti Airtel's scrip rose 1.83 per cent on Bombay Stock Exchange, closing at Rs 381 on Wednesday.

The service would be available to more than 8 million customers in Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad and Faridabad and will be rolled out in the country in a phased manner.

The telco has tied up with more than 3,000 merchants so far including local chemists, grocery stores and utility providers like BSES Yamuna and Indraprastha Gas. Earlier this year, the service was launched in Gurgaon and Chennai on a pilot basis.

Customers can fill their mobile wallet by going to the nearest Airtel retail outlet. Last year, Airtel's m-commerce service got a licence to use semi-closed wallet by the Reserve Bank of India.

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