Wednesday, December 29, 2010

truuth of tata photon unlimited plan

So if you’ve been attracted by those catchy ads of Tata Photon plus mentioning Unlimited Internet at just Rs.950 per month, here’s the catch. While it is really unlimited, you’ll only get the photon plus speeds of 3.1 Mbps up to 5GB, beyond which the speed reduces to the normal 1x CDMA speed of 155 Kbps. So essentially, this is just an addition to the initial Tata photo plus tariff of 5 GB for Rs.950 per month, which is no doubt useful.

If 5 GB is just too small, there are two other Unlimited plans:

Rs.1100 per month plan where 3.1 Mbps speeds will be up to 10GB and

Rs.1500 per month plan where 3.1 Mbps speeds will be up to 15GB, beyond which, the speed will decrease to 155 Kbps.

Decreased price

If you didn’t know, Tata Photon plus post paid USB Modem is only Rs.2499 now. Added to that, you will get a Rs.200 discount in your monthly bill for 1 year from the date of activation. Which means that if you choose the Rs.950 unlimited plan, you’ll only be billed Rs.750 (plus applicable taxes) for 1 year, which is not a bad deal at all.

Speed concerns

A lot of Tata Photon users complain that they do not get the speeds advertised. Before you buy a Tata Photon device, please be sure that your area is served under its special High speed network. This network is different from the traditional Tata Indicom CDMA network. Please call the toll free number 1800266121 to know if your area comes under their high speed network coverage. If it doesn’t, then you’ll only get the 1x CDMA speeds of 155Kbps (even this is up to the ISP, the speed which you’ll receive will be much less). If it does, depending on the time, proximity to the High Speed tower and number of concurrent users, you should get a speed of (plus or minus something) 2Mbps (Mega bits) or 256 KBps (Kilo Bytes).

Friday, December 17, 2010

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

What Is The Importance Of Computers In Everyday Life

These days every single person is known with the word-computer. We can find computers at everywhere around us. In fact modern world will be incomplete without computers and their applications. It’s almost impossible to even imagine the modern facilities without the use of computers. For many individuals computer means PC, on which they can see movies, play games, prepare office sheets and manage daily planners. But this is just a page of the book of computers.

Computer means much more than a PC. A computer can simply be defined as a machine which takes instructions and perform computations and operations accordingly. These commanded instructions are known as programs and computers execute these programs to do an operation. At a time, a set of instructions can be given to a computer to perform several operations, simultaneously. This feature is a point of distinction for the computers.

Computers Vs Calculators
Just like computers, calculators also take an instruction as an input and provide output results accordingly. But a calculator can give response to a recent and immediate input only. But computers can be installed with a set of instructions, so a computer can work as a continuous worker. Computers provide outputs for respective inputs in a pre-decided manner, so there is no need to enter one input at a time, a computer can process various inputs simultaneously. Because of this exclusive feature, computers play a crucial role as an application device in application based services like banking, transportation, security, government affairs etc.

Computer services
Many types of computers are available these days. Depending on their usage and service application they can be classified in various categories. Supercomputers are capable of doing trillions of calculations in fraction of seconds, so they are used as controlling units of banking transactions; to keep records of railway and air transportations; to conduct decent flow of telecommunication and many more complex operations can be controlled, organized and conducted by using supercomputers.
On the other hand computers are also used in conducting simple operations like billing, ticket transactions, record maintenance, security analysis etc. And even computers (PC) are also used to do home based general activities like office sheet maintenance, day planner, entertainment etc. So computers are involved in every sector of life with different forms and different applications.

In modern word everything around us like GPS, ATM machines, cell phones, petrol pumps, portable play stations and all other modern devices use computer controlling units to conduct their featured operations.

Surely computers have very elaborated role in daily day life of humans. The biggest proof is present at our surroundings. Just having a look around at our surroundings will be enough to prove the involvement of computers in everyday lives. Shopping, banking, traveling, stocking, literature, entertainment, public sector, private sector, almost everywhere computers are playing their roles efficiently. Computers can be designated as one of the most creative innovations of human beings. In coming days computers are even going to be more pervasive, because technology is getting advanced day by day.

Why Computer?PC VS LAPTOP!!!

Last night I talked about why I thought laptops were being deployed more than desktops, by a two to three margin, in corporations. Tonight I'm going to turn the coin and discuss why, in my opinion, desktops are undervalued and what situations they should be pushed strenuously to users.

First off, let me do a quick rant on speed. I see a lot of blogs, comments, editorials, etc. where people say things like "fast enough for today's needs" or "those computers are plenty good for what that person does". This is a horrible attitude to take when it comes to your users.

Companies pay for every missed cycle of opportunity, whether it comes from a receptionist, a programmer, manager, CEO or attorney. ALL members of a corporation are interconnected and the slowdown of a system used by a secretary can affect a higher paid "VIP" just the same as if the slowdown happened to the VIP's PC.

An IT manager should always look to deploy the fastest most capable systems that can be afforded to every position in a campus. Does this mean that everyone should get the same system as the graphics developer or other user with extreme bandwidth requirements? No...what it means is that IT managers would be remiss to shortchange employees just because they don't get paid much or because they are perceived as not needing "much power".

Often people make these judgements when they have no good idea what a user will use the PC for is capable of doing with a PC.

Also, a clean system cannot be used as a good baseline for how fast a system will be during day to day use. As well, a new clean system will be faster than a used system with a full load of apps.

And let's not forget the psychology of speed. What is fast today is merely average tomorrow. As systems get faster, we expect more out of them and do not really get that perception of speed after months of use. Humans are built to detect acceleration or change in speed and not velocity itself.

OK, so much for quick you can see the whole "fast enough" attitude is a big pet peeve of mine, because in business fast enough, isn't. There are only 24 hours in a day and most of us spend most of that doing things other than the math.

So where does that leave desktops? At the top of the heap in my opinion. For a company that CARES about it's employees, and is really concerned with efficiency, a desktop is the best choice. Why?

Firstly, desktops are just faster all around. Faster CPUs, much faster graphics cards, faster memory buses, faster hard drives, etc. and you get the point.

Plus with desktops it's pretty standard nowadays to be able to connect multiple monitors and use them all as one big desktop or as multiple desktops thusly increasing efficiency by a wide margin. Some studies showed something on the neighborhood of 30% increases in productivity when using multiple and/or larger displays. Laptops have problems with high resolutions/multiple monitors, particularly in graphically intensive situations.

Pricewise, there's no contest either, although things are getting closer every year, particularly with the last couple of years as growth of CPU speeds on the desktop has slowed quite a bit. Still, for the same price as a base laptop with decent CPU and memory (512MB is minimum that should be deployed to any system in an organization these days) you can get a much faster desktop AND 19" LCD screen, plus external keyboard and mouse.

Support wise, desktops are also a better deal as they have significantly fewer failures overall and are much easier for in house techs to replace parts as necessary.

Things of course get fuzzy as we move toward the future. According to experts, the upcoming version of Windows (no, still not calling it by that mountain view name...actually Windows Mountain View has a nice ring to it) will be more efficient (faster boot, much faster network stack, etc.) than XP, but in my experience, as they add more features and we continue to add more and more applications to our systems, things will continue to reqire more speed. This means that for most of us, a desktop will continue to be the best option.

However, in corporations, things might be swinging the other way. As enterprises continue to put their toes into the "virtual server" waters as well as greater use of web based applications, speed of desktops will be less of an issue. Since well designed networks will continue to move processing cycles away from PCs and onto servers, the power of the PC becomes less of an issue.

Of course, in most cases these types of systems can be more costly than a PC is today especially when you consider that the user still needs some sort of system and monitors, particularly LCD panels continue to be a major part of the price of a PC.

And that leaves us with mobility. What about those users who REALLY require it? Well, for them, laptops will continue to be the system of choice as mobile users have no choice but to lose speed for transportability. And as I mentioned yesterday, there are other positions, professions, industries and functions for which a tablet is the overwhelmingly compelling choice. But for most users, who only move between two places, home and work, a laptop often isn't the best choice.

Of course if you want to use your PC in the garden, couch, coffee shop, or yes, even on the pot, a laptop or tablet is the only choice. But you pay a hefty price in speed and price for that sort of flexibility.

Then again, with computers, IT and life in general, you always pay more for flexibility.
PC Computers are just great. I remember back in 19959 when I bought my first computer, a TRS80 16k level 2 computer, a really big beast! I was really proud to bring the beast homeII brought the beast home with pride and let it out of its cage. I plugged it and I was ready to listen to the nicest roar ever. Complete silence. This machine did not have fans, so it stayed there completely silent. A little led showed me it was on. Yes the beast was ALIVE!

I asked myself; Now what?. I began to read the books and started to understand basic language. I created little simple basic programs. I was astonished. Look darling! You can read my name moving on the screen! She looked at me like a mother looking at her child with a polite smile and stepped out of the room indifferent. PC computers have progressed quite a bit since then. I have great memories of the shear amazement and pleasure I had with my humongous 16k computer up to this day.

Nowadays we can find so many sorts of PC computers and with a lot of different gadgets, it is just incredible. And what is hot today will be just lukewarm tomorrow. In the life of a computer, time goes fast.
But there is a lot to be said about PC computers.
A desktop model is a computer that will sit in your home, and will take care of all your personal things. Though in some cases, you may still want to have a desktop in your home. For some reason, they still see more secure, and more convenient when it comes to using a computer at home. Even better, the prices for good PC computers have come down considerably. When you think of computer potential from ten to five years ago, and the prices they charged then, you are getting twice or even more a computer today for half the money you spent at that time.

When laptops are becoming more popular, there is still a big market for PC computers. If you go to an electronic store like Future Shop or Best Buy, you will probably see an even display of both types. Even though I love my laptop, I am glad to have a couple PC computers in my house. Though one of them is really old, I will replace it soon with a more recent model. I still like playing online games and find it more interesting on a regular PC computer.

If you buy PC computers today, you have more choices than ever before. Some companies will allow you to design your computers right like you want them to be. Dell computer is one of them. This means that they can build a system just for you if you are into computer gaming. If you use your computer for business, there are many additional options they can add. For those who take a lot of photos, or like to play around with video, you can find PC computers that are made just for you.

Yash Interesting facts

1).The servers r in denmark.The software is from Estonia.The domain is registered in Australia & the corporation is in south pacific island.Ths Kazaa the p2p software.

2).Bill gates & Paul Allen started a company called Traf-O-Data to monitor traffic flow.

3).The four largest software makers in the world are:-

(a) Microsoft
(b) Adobe
(c) Sap
(d) Computer Associates.

(4)Top Ten Supercomputers of Today:-

Arranged according to the speed:-

1. Bluegene/L DD2 Beta-system(IBM).

2. Columbia (NASA).

3. Earth Simulator (NEC).

4. MareNostrum(Barcelona Supercomputer Center).

5. Thunder (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory).

6. ASCI Q(Los Alamos National Laboratory).

7. System X(Virgina Tech).

8. Blugene/L DD1 Prototype(IBM).

9. eServer pSeries 655 cluster(Naval Oceanographic Office).

10. Tungsten(National Center For Supercomputing Applications).

5). According to university of california 1,693,000 terabytes of information are
produced & stored magnetically per year.

6).Hard drives in the near future are expected to have a track density of
about 100,000 tracks/inch.This means that tracks are spaced 10 millionths
of an inch apart.

7).One terabyte(1000 gigabytes) is equivalent to storing a stack of
documents that is more than 16 times the height of New York's empire
state building.

Let The Wireless MP3 Sound Pillow Lull You Off To Sleep

Getting a better night’s sleep has been shown to have many positive effects on our health and wellbeing, but for some people it is a health improvement that is easier said than done. For those with snoozing issues there are all kinds of sleep enhancing options to try. Some are effective and others are not. Also, as with many things in life, what works for one person may not work for the next. If you are among the people who are lulled to sleep by background music or peaceful sounds then the MP3/iPod Wireless Sound Pillow could be your new best friend.

Instead of having music playing somewhere in your bedroom, you can have the sound coming softly through your pillow via a wireless connection with your iPod, iPhone or other sound source that uses a 3.5 mm audio cable. The device does require 2 AA batteries.

The great part about this product is that your partner won’t have to be disturbed by the sound, at least that is one of the claims. Considering that it so often happens that one person loves background noise when falling asleep while his/her partner can’t stand it, this seems like a great selling point.

Real-Time Collaboration is Ripening

Real-time will play a major role in the future of online collaboration. We’ve seen all the hype around the new Google Wave platform, as well as the growth of Twitter and Twitter-like communications (such as Facebook status). On the business side, SAP’s Gravity, a prototype of real-time collaborative business process modeling within Google Wave, is a good example. But I see this as the tip of the iceberg.

Companies that are more efficient have an advantage whether within their walls or with their customers. Imagine being able to make real-time changes with your colleague in another city and graphic designer at your local Kinko’s to finalize a presentation and print it hours before your meeting. Or working with your manufacturer in Nanjing, China on changes to your new BBQ grill design and seeing if it’s possible in real-time. Or game developers in Korea and Dallas story boarding a new video game concept in a new real-time game development application. There is massive potential for real-time collaboration across almost every discipline, and I believe there are an incredible amount of exciting possibilities here.

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