Monthly Archives: November 2006

Indian Cricketers Email ID ‘s

1.LAXMAN:
available@home-only.com

2.GANGULY:
nowdays@no_use.com

3.KUMBLE:
only@test_match.com

4.SACHIN:
admitted@hospital.com

5.KAIF:
good@for_nothing.com

6.SEHWAG:
consistently@out_of_form.com

7.DRAVID:
stick@crease_like_fevicol.com

8.PATHAN:
takewickets@only_with_keyna.com

9. GREG CHAPPELL
only_experiment@noresult.com

10. Munaf Patel
only_line&length@nospeed.com

11.Harbhajan Singh
no_spinpitch@nowicket.com

12. Suresh Raina
why_i_am_there@god_knows.com

Motorola Launches Low-Cost Handset

Motorola has launched a new low-cost handset, the MOTOFONE for the Indian market, in both GSM and CDMA formats. E Ink is providing the display technology behind MOTOFONE‘s ClearVision. The changeable electronic ink display is easy to read in bright sunlight or dimly lit environments from virtually any angle – just like paper. Additionally, the display is plastic, lightweight and ultra-low power, making it ideal for mobile and power sensitive applications by eliminating the weight and breakability of glass used in LCD displays.

“In the weeks and months to come, consumers from around the world will enjoy the benefit of the technological innovations packed into MOTOFONE,” said Ron Garriques, President, Mobile Devices, Motorola Inc. “Today’s global launch marks a major milestone as Motorola continues its drive to connect the next billion mobile phone users.”

“E Ink is unleashing the design freedom of Motorola……………….

Read More @ Cellular-news

Four New Phones From Nokia

At Nokia’s annual Capital Market Days, the company announced four new mobile phones including three mid-range models – the Nokia 6300, Nokia 6290 and the Nokia 6086 — as well as the Nokia 2626 targeted to consumers in entry markets. All four models are expected to begin shipping in the first quarter of 2007.

View the phones at Cellular News Photo Gallery

Read More @ Cellular-news

Nokia Sees Higher Handset Sales, Lower Profit Margins

At its annual Capital Market Days event, Nokia presented its forecasts for the industry and its financial targets for the next one to two years.

In his keynote presentation, Nokia President and CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo said, “To enjoy the full benefits of the continuing growth of the global device market that Nokia expects, we’ve made a number of important strategic moves and organizational changes, and have put our marketing and design efforts into a sharper focus. With these changes, and more to come, we believe Nokia has the power to build a further improved portfolio of devices that raises industry standards to a whole new level.

Nokia says that it expects industry mobile device..………….

Read More @ Cellular-news

Verizon Wireless to offer YouTube on mobiles

Verizon Wireless said on Tuesday it would deliver selected video clips from YouTube to cell phones starting in December in a bid to increase subscriptions to its mobile media service.

YouTube, the leading online video sharing site which was bought by Internet search leader Google Inc. this month, said it hopes to expand beyond computers to phones. It did not reveal the financial terms of the deal.

Verizon Wireless, a venture of Verizon Communications…………………

Read More @ Financialexpress

It’s advantage Bharti in deal with Wal-Mart

Commercial ingenuity will find a way around the most carefully constructed official restrictions. On the face of it, this would seem to be a fair assessment of Wal-Mart’s proposed entry into India partnering Bharti.

That would be an error. A more accurate conclusion would be that policy seeks to tilt the playing field in favour of Indian retail players rather than to keep foreign Big Retail out.

Read More @ Economictimes

It’s advantage Bharti in deal with Wal-Mart

Commercial ingenuity will find a way around the most carefully constructed official restrictions. On the face of it, this would seem to be a fair assessment of Wal-Mart’s proposed entry into India partnering Bharti.

That would be an error. A more accurate conclusion would be that policy seeks to tilt the playing field in favour of Indian retail players rather than to keep foreign Big Retail out.

Read More @ Economictimes

Management Lessons

Socialism:
You have two cows.
You keep one, but must give the other to your neighbor.

Communism:
You have two cows.
The government takes both and provides you with milk.

Fascism:
You have two cows.
The government takes both and sells you the milk.

Bureaucracy:
You have two cows.
The government takes them both, shoots one, milks the other, pays you for the milk,and then pours it down the drain.

Dictatorship:
You have two cows, The government takes both, then shoots you.

Capitalism:
You have two cows. You sell one and buy a bull.

Democracy:
You have two cows.
The government taxes you to the point that you must sell them both to support a man in a foreign country who has only one cow, which was a gift from your own government.

Corporate:
You have two cows.
You lay one off, force the other to produce the milk of four cows, then act surprised when it drops dead.

Novell wins 28 million-user deal with BT

BT has chosen Novell’s eDirectory as the hub for user services on 21CN, its next-generation converged voice, data and video network.

The directory system will store up to 28 million user profiles, and will authenticate customers for access to services such as video-on-demand and IP telephony.

“It’s one of the largest directory implementations across Europe,” said Novell’s UK sales director Paul Roberts. “eDirectory will be in the middle, talking to all the other applications. One thing BT needs to do is capture identities for all its customers.”

Read More @ Computerworld

RIL plans private GSM network

Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries Ltd is preparing to apply for permission to set up a nation-wide broadband telecom network for internal (non-commercial) use.

The network will in part use the global system for mobile (GSM) standard for mobile communications, as well as the latest broadband wireless technologies like WiMax to support a number of business applications.

The idea behind the network, which may entail investments of up to $750 million in the long term, is to connect Reliance Industries entire set-up in the country onto a common intelligent backbone.

Read More @ Business-Standard