The most disturbing reality might be that there are “more Indians have access to a mobile phone than to a toilet,” but there are other digital facts like “60 percent of all households have cable and satellite” or that “DD National, covers about 92 percent of the 1,200 million-plus population,” and so on, makes for […]
I’m finally blogging using a mobile phone.
Tanuja Chandraâ€™s Hope, and a Little Sugar is a thoroughbred Net flick. It “has been produced almost entirely on the internet, from location hunting to costumes and script changes.” So it qualifies as India`s first web film to hit screens. technorati tags:cinema, movies, internet
The Indian Express reports that our own Election Commission is going to go with openoffice. That’s goods news. Let’s hope the trend continues and more and more organisations in India go in for open source software. EC opens window to free softwareÂ
The Audit Bureau of Circulations, which has 411 publishers of national and regional importance, 151 advertising agencies, 51 advertisers and 20 new agencies and associations connected with print media and advertising as its members released the National Readership Survey (NRS). The news to ponder over is: “The Internet as a medium seems to have paused […]
The eradication of disease, malnutrition, pollution, and illiteracy — real concern in much of the world, including the “developed” one, can be achieved by using appropriate technology. The Stanford Social Innovation Review list 10 such technology that can make a difference in the qualities of life of the majority of the people of the world. […]
Priced at Rs.38,000 car navigation systems haven’t really caught the fancy of Indian car owners.
India rejects One Laptop Per Child India has decided against getting involved in Nicholas Negroponte’s One Laptop Per Child scheme – which aims to provide kids in developing countries with a simple $100 machine.â€¦ but Nigeria is to go ahead with it.
Netscape versus Digg Newly relaunched Netscape.com has been getting into a bit of a slanging match with Digg – the site which gets its users to rate news stories.â€¦
“India is under attack from rogue elements within and outside the country, not only in its physical space (think Mumbai), but in cyberspace too. Extensions â€œ.co.inâ€ and â€œ.gov.inâ€ are special targets of hack-attacks, whose number, and intensity, is increasing at a worrying pace,”Â reads a report from Vandana Gombar in theÂ Business Standard today. CERT-In […]