Monthly Archive:: January 2014

MTNL to provide high-speed Wi-Fi services to customers at non-home spots

Ailing state-owned telecom company MTNL plans to launch high speed Wi-Fi services in Mumbai and Delhi, which will provide Internet services to customers at different locations apart from their homes. MTNL will be tying up with malls,

YouTube, Vimeo and others woo Sundance filmmakers with new platforms

When newcomer filmmaker Cutter Hodierne won the Sundance Film Festival special jury prize for his short film on Somali pirates in 2012, he decided to release the movie on video-hosting site Vimeo, charging viewers $1. The film

Few Bitcoin operators resume India operations, call for regulatory framework

After suspending their operations for a few weeks amid growing regulatory glare, many Bitcoin operators have cautiously resumed courting business from their clients, and some new players have also come to fore in India. The Reserve Bank

All about Hacking seminars

Last year I was invited to many hacking seminar, one of them of organised by IT solutions, the auditorium had nearly 2000+ people. My eyes were searching for Fadia and finally realized that he didn’t turn up

Narendra Modi launches India272+ Android app to connect with supporters

Post an Android game and a smartphone, Narendra Modi has become the face of an application now. Only this time, the Chief Minister of Gujarat and BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate for the 2014 Lok Sabha polls has