WorldLink introduced “Gigabyte Surprise” to its customers. The company declared to provide 40 GB free internet worth Rs. 1500 at the speed of 10 Mbps on the purchase of 384 Kbps unlimited internet service for Rs. 1300. Company provided the extra volume up to 2.8 times that added to the surprise.
The package was launched on Nov 19, 2015. The company believes that the surprise will bundle the loyalty to the service provided by the company.
It is one of the advantages of being human that we can, when the time is appropriate, conceal our innermost feelings.
But that could be about to change as computers get better not just at recognizing faces but also at understanding what the person behind it is actually thinking.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has hit rock bottom. After years of working to lower the cost of hobbyist and educational computing, founder Eben Upton says it can go no further: At just US$5 its latest creation, Raspberry Pi Zero, is as cheap is it can make a computer.Read More
We reached the end of an Internet era just a few weeks ago. The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), the body that distributes Internet addresses in North America, announced it had exhausted its pool of numbers based on the IPv4 standard. Though invisible to users, IPv4 played a huge role in creating the Internet as we know it by facilitating the connection of millions of computers, smartphones, tablets, and smart devices.Read More
Instagram has not only grown massively in size over the last few years, becoming one of the dominant social networks of our times, but it has also introduced a ton of new functionality. From image editing features, new image filters, the introduction of direct messages and video, the Instagram we know today has little to do with the simple app that it was in its early days.Read More
It’s time to throw adware, browser hijackers and other potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) off corporate networks, Microsoft has decided. The company has started offering PUA protection in its anti-malware products for enterprise customers.
The new feature is available in Microsoft's System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) and Forefront Endpoint Protection (FEP) as an option that can be turned on by system administrators.
A recent FCC (Federal Communications Commission) filing from Google that was made public yesterday sounds suspiciously like Project Loon. Project Loon, for those who aren’t aware, is Google X’s plan to bring internet to hard-to-reach areas, and low-income places by a network of balloons which emit wireless signals. However, by giving access to the Internet, Google also wants to increase traffic for its own massively popular search engine. Previously, the ambitious plan was suspected to be close to release, and the new document asks for an “experimental license” to be in effect for 24 months beginning January 1st, 2016. An experimental license would allow Google to use the Project Loon equipment in certain frequencies without FCC certification, for testing purposes.Read More
Bodle Technologies has developed an innovation that could make charging smartphones a weekly task. The Oxford University spinoff firm has created the smart glass, a considerable battery-saving…Read More
Not content with the 3D touch interface that was added to the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus screens, Apple looks set to move to a new screen technology in 2017′s iPhone.
There has been a consistent buildup of leaks, rumors, and suggestions from the supply chain that a switch away from the LCD technology currently used by Apple for its iPhone screens is on the cards. Moving to OLED screens would allow for more power efficient displays that have a wider viewing angle, better color reproduction, and a more vibrant display. Apple has been reluctant in the past to make this switch because of worries around the lifespan of OLED screens.