Wednesday, December 28, 2011

How To Extend Trial Period Of Softwares

How To Bypass 30 days Trial Limit of Software

Bypass 30 days Trial Limit of SoftwareMany times we like a software but can't afford to buy it. and the software will expire after a fix period (as 30-days) from the Installation date. So I want to tell you the process that how can we extend the trial period.

So, from now You will be able to bypass this issue.
Let us start:
  • Change the Date under BIOS to 2010 or greater if your BIOS version supports.
  • Log-in to your machine and Install the desired Software with 30-day trial.
  • Reboot the Machine and Log-in back
  • Change the Date within the OS to the current Date.
"Make sure that the software with Trial version,was not Installed previously,as it may leave the Install date code in Hex code under Registry"

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

IBM 5 in 5: HowTechnology Changes Our Lives

IBM's Five Innovations That Will Change Our Lives within Five Years

Its amazing how technology changes our lives – The life we lived 10 years back and the life we live today is completely different, thanks the advent in Technology. Just think how Mobiles have changed our lives, think how internet has made such a great impact on us…
Have you thought about how your life will be 5 or 10 years down the line? IBM gives you a glimpse of what lies ahead of us probably 5 years from now in their recent release of “IBM 5 in 5” study.

Power Production in everything

Very Soon, anything that is in motion or produces heat will be able to produce energy that can be captured and utilized. For example: When you are cycling, Jogging or walking, the kinetic energy produced will be be captured and utilized probably to light your house. Even the heat that is generated while using your computer has potential to be captured and used
Advances in renewable energy technology will allow individuals to collect this kinetic energy, which now goes to waste, and use it to help power our homes, offices and cities!

Passwords will be thing of Past

yes, that’s right – you will never required a password to do anything, because you yourself will be password for anything and everything you want to access either online or offline.
This will be possible using Biometric Technologies – Each person has a unique biological identity and behind all that is data. Biometric data – facial definitions, retinal scans and voice files – will be composited through software to build your DNA unique online password.
Imagine you going to an ATM and just asking for money in your voice and Machine readily dispenses (using your voice signature). We see these things even today, but 5 years down the line, it will be used for anything and everything!

Mind Reading will not be a Science Fiction anymore

You must have already seen videos online where you can give some basic commands just by thinking.  Many Scientists across the world have been successful in connecting devices to brains and read the thoughts of Human beings.
IBM scientists for example are researching how to link your brain to your devices, such as a computer or a smartphone. If you just need to think about calling someone, it happens!
It will be very much like what you probably have seen in Avatar – Where the guy rides a horse or flies merely by thinking. Its just not movies, if IBM is to be believed it will be reality in 5 years time!

No Digital Divide

This is sure to happen – With proliferation of Mobile devices in every nook and corner of the world, it is expected that 80% of the current global population would each have a mobile device. Even extremely poor people will be connected with their cheap mobile devices.

This is especially true for country like India, where even Villagers are taking advantage of Mobile phone and using it for checking weather reports for help them decide when to fertilize crops, know when doctors were coming into town, and find the best prices for their crops or merchandise. 
The Digital Divide will cease to exist in 5 years time!

All Content Distribution will be Personalized

No more will you be flooded with unwanted and irrelevant mails and advertisements – Everything will be personalized. In 5 years time, even unsolicited ads may feel so personalized and relevant it may seem spam is dead. Everything from your ticketing, to your music, to news, to sports, to politics, you’ll trust the technology to know what you want, so you can decide what to do with it.
This is what will happen in 5 years – Think where the technology will take us in next 10 – 15 years time!

Sunday, December 25, 2011

What will happen on 21 Dec 2012

What will happen on 21 Dec 2012Don't Worry About Dec, 21, 2012
Much like Y2K, 2012 has been analyzed and the science of the end of the Earth thoroughly studied. Contrary to some of the common beliefs out there, the science behind the end of the world quickly unravels when pinned down to the 2012 timeline. Below, NASA Scientists answer several questions that we're frequently asked regarding 2012.

"There apparently is a great deal of interest in celestial bodies, and their locations and trajectories at the end of the calendar year 2012. Now, I for one love a good book or movie as much as the next guy. But the stuff flying around through cyberspace, TV and the movies is not based on science. There is even a fake NASA news release out there..."     
                                                            - Don Yeomans, NASA senior research scientist

Ques: Are there any threats to the Earth in 2012? Many Internet websites say the world will end in December 2012.
Ans: Nothing bad will happen to the Earth in 2012. Our planet has been getting along just fine for more than 4 billion years, and credible scientists worldwide know of no threat associated with 2012.

What is the origin of the prediction that the world will end in 2012?
Ans: The story started with claims that Nibiru, a supposed planet discovered by the Sumerians, is headed toward Earth. This catastrophe was initially predicted for May 2003, but when nothing happened the doomsday date was moved forward to December 2012. Then these two fables were linked to the end of one of the cycles in the ancient Mayan calendar at the winter solstice in 2012 -- hence the predicted doomsday date of December 21, 2012.

Does the Mayan calendar end in December 2012?
Ans: Just as the calendar you have on your kitchen wall does not cease to exist after December 31, the Mayan calendar does not cease to exist on December 21, 2012. This date is the end of the Mayan long-count period but then -- just as your calendar begins again on January 1 -- another long-count period begins for the Mayan calendar.

Ques: Could phenomena occur where planets align in a way that impacts Earth?
Ans: There are no planetary alignments in the next few decades, Earth will not cross the galactic plane in 2012, and even if these alignments were to occur, their effects on the Earth would be negligible. Each December the Earth and sun align with the approximate center of the Milky Way Galaxy but that is an annual event of no consequence.

Ques: Is there a planet or brown dwarf called Nibiru or Planet X or Eris that is approaching the Earth and threatening our planet with widespread destruction?
Ans: Nibiru and other stories about wayward planets are an Internet hoax. There is no factual basis for these claims. If Nibiru or Planet X were real and headed for an encounter with the Earth in 2012, astronomers would have been tracking it for at least the past decade, and it would be visible by now to the naked eye. Obviously, it does not exist. Eris is real, but it is a dwarf planet similar to Pluto that will remain in the outer solar system; the closest it can come to Earth is about 4 billion miles.

What is the polar shift theory? Is it true that the earth’s crust does a 180-degree rotation around the core in a matter of days if not hours?
Ans: A reversal in the rotation of Earth is impossible. There are slow movements of the continents (for example Antarctica was near the equator hundreds of millions of years ago), but that is irrelevant to claims of reversal of the rotational poles. However, many of the disaster websites pull a bait-and-shift to fool people. They claim a relationship between the rotation and the magnetic polarity of Earth, which does change irregularly, with a magnetic reversal taking place every 400,000 years on average. As far as we know, such a magnetic reversal doesn’t cause any harm to life on Earth. A magnetic reversal is very unlikely to happen in the next few millennia, anyway.
› More about polar shift

Ques: Is the Earth in danger of being hit by a meteor in 2012?
Ans: The Earth has always been subject to impacts by comets and asteroids, although big hits are very rare. The last big impact was 65 million years ago, and that led to the extinction of the dinosaurs. Today NASA astronomers are carrying out a survey called the Spaceguard Survey to find any large near-Earth asteroids long before they hit. We have already determined that there are no threatening asteroids as large as the one that killed the dinosaurs. All this work is done openly with the discoveries posted every day on the NASA NEO Program Office website, so you can see for yourself that nothing is predicted to hit in 2012.

How do NASA scientists feel about claims of pending doomsday?
Ans: For any claims of disaster or dramatic changes in 2012, where is the science? Where is the evidence? There is none, and for all the fictional assertions, whether they are made in books, movies, documentaries or over the Internet, we cannot change that simple fact. There is no credible evidence for any of the assertions made in support of unusual events taking place in December 2012.
› Why you need not fear a supernova
› About super volcanoes

Ques: Is there a danger from giant solar storms predicted for 2012?
Ans: Solar activity has a regular cycle, with peaks approximately every 11 years. Near these activity peaks, solar flares can cause some interruption of satellite communications, although engineers are learning how to build electronics that are protected against most solar storms. But there is no special risk associated with 2012. The next solar maximum will occur in the 2012-2014 time frame and is predicted to be an average solar cycle, no different than previous cycles throughout history.

Source: from NASA

How to Add Facebook Comment Box to Your Blog

"Simple Steps For Adding Facebook Comment Box To Your Blog"
Everyone knows that Facebook comment box is one of the useful tool for bloggers to increase conversations. To have a facebook  comment box you must have a facebook application if not then go to Facebook Developers. and create application on facebook and keep the application id along with you.  

So now I am going to teach you that how to add/integrate Facebook comment box to your blogger in some simple steps. Before getting into the process I recommend you to back up your template and previous comments in blogger wont be visible if you use Facebook commenting system.

Follow the below steps
1: Disable blog’s default comment box. 
  • Login to your blog –> Dashboard->Settings->Comments – > 
  • Choose Hide option then click to Save Settings button.
2: Find xmlns:fb='' line.

3: after the tag put the following code 
      <div id="fb-root">div>
      window.fbAsyncInit = function() {
      appId:'Your FaceBook APPID',
      status : true, // check login status
      cookie : true, // enable cookies
      xfbml : true // parse XFBML

     (function() {
     var e = document.createElement('script');
     e.src = document.location.protocol +'//';
     e.async = true;

4: Before ending of the tag add following code 
       if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>  
       'data:blog.pageTitle' property='og:title'/>  
       'data:blog.url' property='og:url'/>else/> 
       'data:blog.title' property='og:title'/>
       'data:blog.homepageUrl' property='og:url'/>if>
       'MY-SITE-NAME' property='og:site_name'/>

       'YOUR-APP-ID' property='fb:app_id'/>
      /* This is different then application id, every facebook user 
       has their own unique id, 16: you can get it from the 
       address bar as soon as you login to facebook it will looks like!/profile.php?id=numbers */ 
       'YOUR-FACEBOOK-PROFILE-ID' property='fb:admins'/>
       'article' property='og:type'/>

5: Find the following Code

  6: Add the following Code 
       <b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "item"'>
       <fb:comments expr:title='data:post.title'
       expr:xid='' width='450'/>

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Friday, December 23, 2011

Google AdWords Editor 9.5 Released With Most Desired Features

"Google has launched version 9.5 of the Google AdWords Editor for both Windows and Mac computers. The latest version streamlines several tasks, grants greater control over experiments, and adds support for location extensions"
Google adwords editor 9.5Key Features of AdWords Editor 9.5
While AdWords Editor version 9.5 has a long list of added features, there are a few items of note. The most visible is the updated UI, which gives additional status information in-line and provides a warning text when you revert changes.
However, other function-based changes can be found just below the surface.
Additional support for images and extensions is given in 9.5. Users can use several new image sizes for both desktop and mobile ads, and location extensions can now be edited or created manually directly from the AdWords Editor interface. Adding multiple items will now be easier as well, with a streamlined workflow for this task.
Those working on large accounts with multiple campaigns will be pleased with the new “background download” feature, which grabs information from campaigns that you’re not currently working with.
The last key change is an updated set of controls for ad experiments. 

Users can now:
  •  Alter experiment status on the ad group, ad, or keyword level.
  • Edit default bids at the ad group level.
  • Alter bid multipliers at the keyword level.
  • Upload and download experiment details as CSV or XML.
All of these features are in addition to existing features such as the ability to work offline, make batch edits, create a collaborative team approach to AdWords, and copy items between campaigns.
Current AdWords Editor users will be prompted to download version 9.5 when they next open the program. If you’re not seeing the message or if you’re a first-time AdWords Editor user, you can download it from Google directly.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Website Of The Year Award 2011

"Award 2011: Websites and Technical Persons Of The Year"

Award 2011 goes to best websites, genius entrepreneurs and some talented technical persons those won this award by their great efforts.

1. Online Game of the Year

Winner: Angry Birds
Created by: Rovio
Team size: Two employees full-time, three part-time. Technical consultation from Google/Chrome engineers, mostly on using their tool-chain.
Length of project: Three months

2. Web Application of the Year

Github: Web Application of the YearRunners up: Stackoverflow and Wunderlist
Winner: Github
GitHub is a collaborative coding project that more than one-million people use to host over three-million coding repositories. The site provides social networking functionality such as feeds, followers and the network graph that displays how developers work on their versions of a repository.

3. Best API Use

Instagram: Best API of the year 2011Runners up: Gowalla and YouTube Instant
Winner: Instagram
Developed by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger and launched in October 2010, Instagram enables iPhone (and iPad and iPod Touch) users to apply cool filters to their photos. It's a homage to both the Kodak Instamatic and Polaroid cameras and confines photos into a square shape.

4. Podcast of the Year

The Big Web Show: Podcast of the Year 2011Runners up: CSS-Tricks and Nettuts+
Winner: The Big Web Show
Hosted by: Jeffrey Zeldman and Dan Benjamin
Recorded in: New York City and Austin, Texas
Subjects covered: The Big Web Show features special guests and topics such as web publishing, art direction, content strategy, typography, web technology, and more. It's everything web that matters.

5. Social Campaign of the Year

Runners up: IE6 Death and It Gets Better Project
Jack set up Jack Draws Anything with the help of his father, Ed, and completed 536 pictures over 231 days, using 314 pens, 162 crayons and 96 pencils on 2,144 sheets of paper. He is now 'hibernating' for the winter and has raised over £32,000 so far.

6. Innovation of the Year

jQuery Mobile: Innovation of the Year 2011Runners up: CSS3Pie and Google+
Winner: jQuery Mobile

jQuery Mobile is like jQuery UI for mobile. It's a widget library that converts semantic markup into a familiar, finger friendly format.It's a fairly young but very ambitious project that aims to create the best possible mobile web experience on the largest number of browser.

7. Open Source App of the Year

Modernizr 2.0: Open Source App of the Year 2011Runners up: Firefox and WordPress 3.2
Winner: Modernizr 2.0

Modernizr, developed by Faruk Ates, Paul Irish and Alex Sexton, is a small JavaScript library that detects the availability of native implementations for the ongoing HTML5 and CSS3 specifications. It tells you whether the current browser has implemented a given feature, enabling developers take advantage of new features, yet create a fallback in the browsers that lack support for that feature.

8. Mobile App of the Year

Reeder: Mobile App of the YearRunners up: BBC News and Google+ for Android
Winner: Reeder

There’s more to mobile apps than throwing angry birds at green pigs. This award goes to the best and most useful application for mobile devices, as chosen by our judging panel.

Available for both iPhone and iPad, as well as the Mac, Reeder, developed by Silvio Rizzi, is an RSS client for users of Google Reader. It pulls in your latest news stories, presents them beautifully, and also enables you to send links to Instapaper, post to Twitter, and much more besides. You can also star your favourite articles to read later, and group your sources by topic. If you’ve never used it, check it out today!

9. Mobile Site of the Year

Facebook: Mobile Site of the Year 2011Runners up: Engadget and Nike Better World
Winner: Facebook
Whether they're bespoke mobile sites or responsive designs, our the nominees in this category enabled visitors to their sites to enjoy their online experience, no matter how small their screen size.

This year our judges were blown away with Facebook’s mobile site, which has set a new benchmark in what can be achieved on smaller screens, with the use of open web technologies. The social networking continues to innovate on mobile, which is increasingly becoming its natural home.
Despite 2011 being the year Google+ launched, Facebook has gone from strength to strength and is reportedly about to launch its own phone in collaboration with HTC. Is there no stopping this social networking juggernaut?

10. Site of the Year

BeerCamp SXSW 2011: Website of the year 2011Runners up: Activate and Sophie Hardach
Winner: BeerCamp SXSW 2011
Team size: 1

  • 11. Redesign of the Year

    Runners up: Gizmodo and YouTube Cosmic Panda
    Winner: Mailchimp
    Team size: Six, all in house (project manager, writer, two designers, two developers)
    .net: What was the brief?
    Mark DiCristina, marketing director: The entire brief from our CEO was "Make it pro." The challenge was to figure out how to do that while maintaining the integrity of the brand.

    12. Brilliant newcomer of the Year
    Rob Hawkes: Brilliant newcomer of the Year
    Runners up:
    Harry Roberts and Lea Verou

    Winner: Rob Hawkes
    Job: Technical evangelist at Mozilla
    Got into web design/development aged: 12 (13 years ago!)
    Education: Self-taught, but also studied Interactive Media Production at Bournemouth University and got a First
    Areas of expertise: Visual programming, HTML5 and the new JavaScript APIs

    13. Young designer of the Year

    Janna Hagan: Young designer of the Year
    Runners up: James Billingham and Lauren Thompson
    Winner: Janna Hagan
    Age: 20
    Education: Attended Durham College in Oshawa, ON for Web Design & Development. Currently taking business

    .net: What have you been working on this year?
    JH: This summer I worked at a design agency called Mediashaker in Edmonton, AB. I’m also setting aside time to do freelancing, as well as start a personal project specifically for web design students. My proudest moment this year has been to be named on the list of "50 Awesome Portfolios from Female Designers and Illustrators".

    14. Young developer of the Year

    Paul Adam Davis: Young developer of the Year 2011
    Runners up: Felix Krause and Garrett Bjerkhoel
    Winner: Paul Adam Davis
    Age: 20
    Education: Self-taught, initially from Chris Coyier of Holds no qualifications in art, design or development.
    Areas of expertise: HTML, CSS, JavaScript. jQuery and WordPress are the only frameworks PauI uses

    !people I've never met or spoke to asked for invites to the service. It left me with a smile on my face for many days knowing others shared my problem with storing code centrally and liked my solution enough to want to use it. There can be no greater feeling for a developer.

    15. Designer of the Year
    Sarah Parmenter
    Runners up: Meagan Fisher and Mike Kus
    Winner: Sarah Parmenter
    Education: Self-taught
    Areas of expertise: iOS UI design, user interface design

    .net: What have you been working on this year?
    I've been working on two really amazing apps, almost exclusively for the last four months. One is really going to change the way people read on their iPads. It's just a shame a lot of the apps are so cool, they are under NDA for long periods of time, so I can't share my work online as much as I would like. I'm really proud of my work with 'Beyond the Shock' for the National Breast Cancer Foundation of America, this year. Its iPhone and iPad apps are directly helping women, all over the world, who suffer from breast cancer.

    16. Developer of the Year
    Paul Irish: Developer of the Year 2011
    Runners up: Lorna Mitchell and Matt Gifford
    Winner: Paul Irish
    Job: Chrome developer advocate, Google
    Education: Bachelors degree in Technical Communication. Self-taught developer
    Got into development aged: 14, maybe? I remember going to an IE4 developer preview event at my local cinema where I got free popcorn and MSFT swag and learned about DHTML. I then copy/paste-abused DHTML heavily, as we all did
    First job: Cashier at Stop & Shop. I can still remember the codes for bananas (4011) and artichokes (4084)
    Areas of expertise: HTML5 and emerging web tech. Robust cross-browser techniques

    .net: What have you been working on this year?
    I've released new, major versions of my biggest projects, HTML5 Boilerplate and Modernizr, along with our very large developer communities. I've also been teaching people how to be more effective with the Chrome DevTools. I've been curating polyfills, and excited to encourage smart practices when using new features.

     17. Agency of the Year

    Runners up: Happy Cog and ZURB
    Winner: Clearleft

    This year, the Brighton-based user experience and web design agency hosted the popular events dConstruct, UX London and Ampersand as well as designing sites and apps for the likes of ITV and Channel 4. 2012 will be just as busy, with its UX London event penned in for April, featuring talks from 15 of the most influential UX practitioners from around the world.
    Clearleft continues to drive web design in the right direction, and for that our judges crown it Agency of the Year.

  • Clearleft: Agency of the Year 2011

    Tuesday, December 20, 2011

    Get Auto Update Feature With Your Internet Explorer Browser

     Internet Explorer coming with auto updates feature to compete with Google Chrome

    "Microsoft will begin rolling out silent auto-updates to Internet Explorer across platforms in January, beginning with Australia and Brazil. This will allow the company to finally make users upgrade their Internet Explorer to the latest version available for their operating system"

    In other words, Windows XP users still on IE6 or IE7 will be auto-updated to IE8; Windows Vista and 7 users still using IE8 will be auto-updated to IE9. The auto-update will require automatic Windows Update to be turned on however, and users will not be forced to move, with Microsoft also announcing IE8 and IE9 Automatic Update Blocker toolkits to stop auto-updates.

    "Microsoft has been trying for years to make users update their browsers, especially from IE6 and IE7, which are no longer supported by certain web services, and have numerous critical vulnerabilities that can be exploited. While the company can no longer be expected to provide any support or fixes, Microsoft is still following its original end-user agreements to the letter – allowing users to uninstall the latest auto-update at any point"

    In recent times, after increased competition from Mozilla, Google, and numerous other players like Opera Software, Microsoft started releasing updates to Internet Explorer, with IE8 coming out in May 2010, IE9 in March 2011, and even a IE10 preview released shortly after. Microsoft’s been hoping to make Internet Explorer an attractive reason to purchase Windows, a sentiment evident when the company didn’t make a version of IE9 for XP – an attempt to boost sales of Windows 7.

    Microsoft’s latest move is a leaf out Chrome’s book, with auto-updates now being almost silently applied. We’ll have to wait and see if the company decides a similar rapid release cycle however, though in the past, it has been vehemently opposed to it. Such an update cycle is not necessarily a great idea, with its bad handling and subsequent add-on compatibility issues easily one of the factors in Mozilla Firefox’s current static position in the global browser market. To be clear, Firefox does not auto-update. Chrome recently became the second most widely used browser, finally outpacing Firefox. Importantly, if counting individual versions, Chrome 15 has beaten IE8, becoming the most used browser version in the world.

    Monday, December 19, 2011

    Find Out Who Unfriended You On Facebook

    How To know Who removed you from his Facebook friend list
    FaceBook is the most exciting, popular and lovable social networking website  where  we meet our friends, update our status, upload pics and videos. Its very interesting having friends from different origins and country, I love to add some known and unknown persons in my friend list but sometimes I feel very bad when someone removes me from his friend list. So I want to tell you the perfect and easy solution for this kind of problem.

    Now, Mozilla has introduced a new extension called Unfriend Finder that helps you to find who removed you on Facebook from their friend list. Basically, Unfriend Finder is a simple script that provides all its users to know which one of their friend removed them in notifications after installing the Mozilla add on. One the script added, you will be able to discover which of your contacts are your old “friends” virtual. 
    Steps of using "Unfriend Finder" Mozilla extension:

    Please read the following instructions and descriptions carefully to get Unfriend Finder to work along with Firefox.
    STEP 1: Install Greasemonkey:
    • To add Greasemonkey to your Firefox click here.
    • Validate by clicking on "Install now", and restart Firefox.
    • Greasemonkey is installed, and you should see a smiling brown monkey head in the top-right corner of Firefox, next to the search bar.
    STEP 2: Install Unfriend Finder:
    • Click Install, and this is it.
    • Now re-open your Facebook Account, Unfriend Finder is installed with your facebook account at right top corner.
    facebook unfriend finder:Find Out Who Unfriended You On Facebook

    Friday, December 16, 2011

    Aakash, Cheapest Tablet PC in India

    "Purchase Cheapest Tablet PC Just at Rs 2500 only"

    aakash tabletAakash, the world’s cheapest tablet, finally hits the market as its maker Datawind puts up near about 30,000 tablets online with a price tag of Rs 2,500, with a delivery period of seven days.

    The seven-inch touch screen tablet, now available through its portal ‘’.
    It is learnt from the sources that Aakash's next commercial version called the Ubislate 7, which has a faster processor, is slated to be launched late January.

      Configuration For Aakash Tablet:
    • Processor: Connexant with Graphics accelerator & HD Video processor
    • Memory : 256MB RAM / Storage (Internal): 2GB Flash
    • Storage (External): 2GB to 32GB Supported
    • Peripherals: 2 Standard USB port
    • Audio out: 3.5mm jack / Audio in: 3.5mm jack
    • Display and Resolution: 7 display with 800x480 pixel resolution 
    • Battery life: about 1.5 hours
    • OS: Android 2.2
    • Document Rendering
    • Supported Document formats: DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX, ODT, ODP
    • PDF viewer, Text editor
    • Multimedia and Image Display
    • Image viewer supported formats: PNG, JPG, BMP and GIF
    • Supported audio formats: MP3, AAC, AC3, WAV, WMA
    • Supported video formats: MPEG2, MPEG4, AVI, FLV
    • Communication and Internet
    • Web browser - Standards Compliance: xHTML 1.1 compliant, JavaScript 1.8 compliant
    • Separate application for online YouTube video
    • Safety and other standards compliance
    • CE certification / RoHS certification

    aakash tablet configuration

    In a bid to provide a facelift to the existing model, the Indian government is also planning to provide a new specification for Aakash, which may come with a faster processor, better battery life and expanded memory capacity.

    According to sources, the Indian government is also planning to provide a new specification for Aakash, which may come with a faster processor and better battery life. The current version of Aakash has a battery life of about 1.5 hours. An email to the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, which is supplying the tablets to schools and colleges remained unanswered.

    The government till now procured only 10,000 tablets. It has still not procured the remaining 90,000 tablets for distribution in schools and colleges, even as other nations have expressed interest to the government for similar low-cost computing initiatives.

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