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Kalpik Nigam
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Root for Micromax Canvas HD (A116), inclusive of CWM recovery

February 28th 2013

It’s been ages since I posted here, but I think this post will be worth it 🙂 What we are going to achieve with this: Update your Canvas HD to the latest *official* ROM, which includes a fix for the Flipboard issue, and the G Sensor issue. Replace stock recovery by Clockworkmod Recovery. This will […]

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Google’s Web Browser: Google Chrome

September 2nd 2008

Ok, this just in! Google’s planning on an open source browser based on the WebKit engine. Via Googlesystem blog, Google Chrome has been built in a time when browsers no longer render mostly web pages, but full-blown web applications. That’s why browsers need to be more powerful, more stable and more secure. One of the […]

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December 6th 2006

WinRAR v3.62 (Direct Link) Yahoo Messenger v8.1.0.209 (Direct Link) Adobe Reader v8 (Direct Link)

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A 2,100 Years Old Astronomical Computer from Ancient Greece

November 30th 2006

A 2,100-year-old clockwork machine recovered from the sea has turned out to be the celestial super-computer of the ancient Greece. The Antikythera Mechanism has puzzled academics for more than a century after it discovery. Latest technology revealed beneath the surface of the 82 encrusted gearwheels bronze fragments a mechanism that could predict the Sun and […]

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300GB Holographic Disc Due Next Month

November 17th 2006

Holographic discs have been rumored around for some time now, but Hitachi Maxell is already willing to showcase 300GB samples this week. Hitachi Maxell is also planning to make their 300GB holographic discs available to select customers in the entertainment industry as soon as the end of December 2006. This small scale launch will be […]

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Kentsfield Will Cost Less than $1200

November 13th 2006

Kentsfield is out for almost a week now. That’s good but when it comes to availability, things don’t look that ok anymore. Although several large retailers are already selling QX6700 CPU, most of them do not actually have it in stock. A $1000 price for this CPU calculated using 1000-unit shipments as reference value seems […]

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Core 2 Duo to Reach 3GHz

November 7th 2006

Core 2 Duo is slowly evolving into quite a successful product. It’s both a powerful and affordable CPU. And then there’s the fact that it succeeded in turning the tables to INTEL’s side after 2 years of AMD supremacy. Take into account that there is still a large quantity of older NetBurst CPUs represented by […]

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New phone Nokia N70

November 3rd 2006

Finally after a month of planning, i bought the Nokia N70! Im *very* happy with it! The sound quality in the headphones is simply amazing! The camera is also of amazing quality! Hopefully this phone should satisfy my appetite for another 2-3 years 🙂 Tech Specs of Nokia N70

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WinRAR 3.60 Beta 3 relased

May 8th 2006

RAR is a general purpose archiving and compression program competing with/replacing programs such as PKZip, ARJ, and others. It offers significantly improved compression ratios, easier use and a cheaper price as well as supporting long file names, disk spanning, and self-extracting file creation.

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Sony Will Ship Blu-Ray Media

May 8th 2006

Sony Electronics announced that it had begun to ship its single-layer blank Blu-ray optical media and that it would start delivering dual-layer discs at the beginning of June. The company also confirmed the rumor saying that the manufacturer plans to equip its computers with Blu-ray disc drives.

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