• Are you addicted to your mobile phone?

    Are you addicted to your mobile phone? The use of smartphones is taking over our lives. This infographic examines mobile phone usage characteristic then explores common scenarios that could lead to mobile phone addiction. In conclusion, turning off your mobile phone to avoid addiction might not be the best idea, since the stress that comes with not being able to communicate with others could just make things worse. Are you ready to swi...  Read more »

    10 Million Indian Professionals on LinkedIn

    10 Million Indian Professionals on LinkedIn About six months ago, LinkedIn reported it has over 100 million users across the globe. And out of these, 10 million are based in India. The number is poised to increase as LinkedIn starts placing more emphasis on Asia-Pacific markets, especially in India and Japan....  Read more »

    The history of the iPhone

    The history of the iPhone It’s been an auspicious week for Apple and its much-touted wonder device. We thought it appropriate to take a look back at the history of the iPhone, its many iterations, and the cultural and economic contexts in which the various devices were introduced. So take a stroll down this gadget-themed memory lane, and tell us about your fondest Apple recollections in the comments below....  Read more »

    The Insanely Great History of Apple !

    The world’s most comprehensive mapping of Apple products, this print shows every computer released by Apple in the last thirty years, from the original Mac through the MacBook Air. Products are sorted according to type, including the connections between various form factors which have arisen as Apple has invented—and reinvented—insanely great products....  Read more »

    Do you know ? History of the razor/shaver

    Do you know ? History of the razor/shaver It took six years for Gillette’s idea to evolve. During that time, technical experts told Gillette that it would be impossible to produce steel that was hard, thin, and inexpensive enough for commercial development of the disposable razor blade. Then in 1901, MIT graduate William Nickerson agreed to try....  Read more »

    CISCO : The Future of Shopping Here

    CISCO : The Future of Shopping Here Imagine taking your wives out shopping and actually enjoying it. And ladies, what would you do to get rid of all the changing rooms and optimize your shopping time? ...  Read more »

    China launches world's fastest train

    China on Saturday December 11, 2010 launched the world's fastest train service covering a distance of 1,068 kms at the average speed of 350 kms an hour. The distance between Wuhan in central China and Guangzhou in the country's south was covered by the high-speed train in two hours forty five minutes. The train reached a maximum speed of 394.2 km per hour during trail runs that begun on December 9...  Read more »

    Bloom Energy !!!

    Bloom Energy !!! The Bloom Energy Server (commonly referred to as the Bloom Box) is a solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) made by Bloom Energy, of Sunnyvale, California, that can use a wide variety of inputs (including liquid or gaseous hydrocarbons produced from bio sources) to generate electricity on the site where it will be used.It is highly efficient, low cost and has lower polluting emissions. This type of fuel cel...  Read more »

    Sabarimala Panorama view

    Sabarimala Panorama view Sabarimala Panorama view...  Read more »