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Android and kindle fire

Posted by shashank on September 11, 2012 at 7:50 AM Comments comments (46)

A for android is the wrod that is used more than 'a' for apple these days.

Talking about small portable system's it's high time,attraction of the end user is more on technology that is fast,compatible safer and easy while go.

For me,for you or any other person ANDROID is an open source linux operating system.

Not only mobile phonesthe future is tablet,even tablet pc leaving a laptop tech behind.

This scenario guides us to need of market and even customers,hence its high time.

Kindle fire-It is the another form of OS especially designed for tablets owned by amazon.

These OS are open source so the competion is big and the demand is high.'

Thus i am working on the project of these OS,and i assure that the outcome with new ideas and innovation will be great success


Suggestion For Apple and Other Smartphone Makers

Posted by shashank on December 6, 2011 at 3:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Like many people, when the World Health Organization announced in May that cell phone radiation was now classified in the same “carcinogenic hazard” category as car exhaust and chloroform, I was alarmed.  I suppose it doesn’t help that radiation seems to be a complicated matter, with conflicting studies and corporate spin making a lot of noise.  At any rate, there seems to be a pretty good reason to start being more careful.In the past year or two, I’ve found out that two friends of mine have been diagnosed with brain tumors (brain lesions).  Because of that, the subject brain cancer–and the cell phone’s potential role in causing it–has been coming up more and more often.

I use an iPhone, which is constantly pulling information down from a 3G network.  I wanted to put a little more distance between me and the phone.  At first, I tried taking my phone out of my pocket every time I’m not driving or traveling…but I kept forgetting it in random places.  Since then, I’ve been trying to remember to turn my phone to “airplane mode” at home and at the studio.  But it’s hard to remember sometimes; and on top of that, the iPhone actually makes it cumbersome.  If I want to keep it connected to my WiFi network, I have to go to the settings, turn on “airplane mode,” then exit that screen and go to a different screen to turn WiFi on (and yet another screen if I want bluetooth).

With that said, I have a request for Apple.  Give us a “3G Auto-Off” mode.  When my phone detects its familiar WiFi network (home, office), it should automatically switch off 3G, but leave on the WiFi and/or bluetooth.  It’s not a perfect solution, but it’s better than keeping a “hot” phone in my pocket all day.

I realize that I’m not that well-versed on this subject, so if any of this is incorrect or needs updating, please feel free to let me know in the comments.  And feel free to continue the discussion below.

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LP...My..all time Fab

Posted by shashank on November 9, 2011 at 3:35 AM Comments comments (2)

Linkin Park when...this word comes in front of reminds me..memories since childhood.

This the a kinda music,that makes me enthusiastic,passionate,strong.

First song i heard was numb...the song was already famous,but when i heard that i liked it very much..

since then i started listening to Lp,now i am used to all the linkin park tracks ,live shows/concerts..and each and every track i love that is performed by them.

some of my fab tracks from linkin park are

numb,what I've done,one step closer,iridescent,papercut,catalyst,in the end,waiting for the end...

nd my all time fab..'New divide'.

If you love LP....then visit their officialchannel

Lp forever ;)


Posted by shashank on November 5, 2011 at 7:10 AM Comments comments (0)

If you are a SYMBIAN user...then there is a blog-cum site mobile4maniacs.blogspot...this will guide to the basic functions and applications of your SYMBIAN phone..

SO....check it out

Steve Jobs..The Apple_King

Posted by shashank on October 6, 2011 at 5:10 AM Comments comments (2)

Passionate, prickly, and deemed irreplaceable by many, Steve Jobs made history defying conventions.

Steve, thank you for being a mentor and a friend. Thanks for showing that what you build can change the world. I will miss you. - Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder

Steve was among the greatest of American innovators - brave enough to think differently, bold enough to believe he could change the world, and talented enough to do it.- Barack Obama

He not only gave me a lot of personal advice and encouragement, he showed all of us how innovation can change lives." - Jerry Yang, Yahoo! co-founder

For those of us lucky enough to get to work with him, it's been an insanely great honor. - Bill Gates, Microsoft co-founder.

steve Jobs...was good example.of being a fully suceesful person..inspite of bearing so much obstacles in his life!!!thanku for making apple so awesome......ShaShank Singh.


Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA)

Posted by shashank on September 1, 2011 at 7:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Help demonstrate your knowledge of technology fundamentals by earning a Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification. Earning the MTA certification can help you stand out when you submit college and internship applications by helping to prove your commitment and understanding of a variety of entry-level technology concepts.

Level:Knowledge and basic understanding of key technology concepts

Audience:Students, technology educators, and entry-level IT staff of accredited academic institutions

Type:Microsoft Certification

MTA campus license

The MTA Campus License includes 1,000 exams per year, which your institution can deliver to registered students, faculty, and staff. Exams can be administered anywhere on campus, without classroom or desktop restrictions, when it is convenient for you. MTA exams are based on high-demand industry career tracks and designed by Microsoft Learning experts and professional educators. Each exam includes a companion MTA certification exam review kit designed to supplement the courseware already in use by educators. MTA content can be easily imported and integrated into your existing curriculum.

Why get certified?

Earning a Microsoft Certification helps validate your proven experience and knowledge in using Microsoft products and solutions. Designed to be relevant in today's rapidly changing IT marketplace, Microsoft Certifications help you utilize evolving technologies, fine-tune your troubleshooting skills, and improve your job satisfaction.

Whether you are new to technology, changing jobs, or a seasoned IT professional, becoming certified helps demonstrate to customers, peers, and employers that you are committed to advancing your skills and taking on greater challenges. In addition, certification provides you with access to exclusive Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) resources and benefits, including opportunities to connect with a vast, global network of MCPs.

So,this article guides us about Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA).

This article also tells us the importance of certifiaction to be a  IT-professional...:)